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1 LATTSMOUTH, NKRASKA,TUKSI)AY, JANUARY 5, 181)2.
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A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Goveriinieiit footl report.
BWRLIXQTOX & MISSOURI ItlVEIt It. R.
V JTIMF. TABLE. J
OK TA1LY PASaENGEK TRAINS
Wo. 2 5: 05 P. M.
No. 4 10:3oa. it.
No. 8 7 ;44 p. m
No. 10 9:45 a. m
No. 12 "
Mo. 20 8:30 a. n
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MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Commissioners' Proceed injjs.
l'LATTSMOlITII, Dec. 31, 101.
Hoard mot-full hoard present
when the following business was
transacted in regular 'orin:
J. I. Unruh, comity coroner; A. C.
Mayes, county surveyor. Assessors:
Tohn Laughlin, Salt Creek; G. A.
I Hay, Elmwood; T. W. loiintam,
bout II Jienu; iin
Blulfs; J. C. Williams. Fifth ward,
riattsinouth city; E. A. Kirk
patrick, Nehawka; J. M. Carper, Mt.
Pleasant; F. H. Htihhard. Second
ward, Weeping Water City; M.
McFall. Tipton. Constables: M.D.
Pollard, Nehawka; Mcl ivrociiicr,
Plattsmouth; L. W. Clements,
Greenwood jirecinct; C. W. Spence,
Louisville; John McGuire, Stove
Crook; K. J. Wright, Tipton; John j
Troinhle, Avoca. Justices of the
Peace: John Clements, Stove
Creek; G. W. Curyear, Greenwood;
Jos. Graham, Avoca; G. W. Peter
son, Tipton. Overseers: Chas.
Philpott, district J. C. llayes,
district 4; 11. 1'eii, uibuiu
Frank Towle, district 44; James
Hoover, district 11; C. F. Vallery,
district 14; J. H. Hecker. district 13;
John Haird, district 30; Geo. Pear
son, district 6; James McKay,
district 53; G. G. Pitz, district 1(5;
Carmichael, district AJ; o. f..
Trains dally except funday.
A. N. 8ULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will clve prompt
to all buMnet.8 entmeted to him. Office In
Union diock, r.msi aiue,
K "'NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. tJauntlet Udge
im 47 Meete every Wedne?lHy evening
at their hail In Par.,?ele & Cra block. All v.
Itto? knlRhtt are cordially invited to attend
C. C. Marshall. C C. ; tw Dovey. K. R. b.
A O, U. W. No. 4-Meets f econd and tourth
- ! naay r "i."y-" , M W.
hall In Kockwood block.
r. Brown, iiecorucr.
nnvn a KC AN AM Cat's Council No 1021,
Praie block over Uennett &
h?ethVen Invited. Henry Uerold. Kegent ;
Thos WailinK. Secretory.
a lODC.K No. 146. 1. 0. 0. F. meets ev
er ueedyniphV at their hall in FitzKerald
block AlUdd Fellows are cordially invited
Attend when vi9ttin In the city. J Cory
N. G.S. W.Bndge. Secretary.!
Chandler, district 21; L. B. Brown,
district 38; J. A. Hennings, district
12- J. B. Worrell, district 9; W. V.
Graves, district 17; Pat Ilaes,
district 54; J. Y. Bullis, district 45;
Geo. Pickwell, district 25; John
Tromble, district 57; A. P. Cox,
Resignation of Wni. McCaully,
oiop nf ' nrd waru oi
Plattsmouth, accepted, and C. S.
Twiss appointed to fill vacancy.
Resignation of Win. Deles, over
seer district 52, accepted, and M. B.
Williams appointed to fill vacancy.
Resignation of J. B. Tipton,
iustice of the peace of Kiht Mile
Grove, acceptea, anu jos. vmuc
appointed to fill vacancy.
Petition for public roaa oeiween
sections 3 and 10, township 10, range
11. was granted as reported by
viewer, and no damage allowed.
Petition for the refusal by county
commissioners and county clerk to
DISTRICT FUN D.
Fred Kroelilt-r, use of scraper. dist37.. 7 M
Request of G. A. R. post of Weep
ing Water for the sti iking off the
taxes erroneously assessed on their
j property at said city, ueing ioih i
and 2, block 0., grsmted, anil tax
ordered stricken from list for 1SS8,
1SM and 1J ).
The following letter to thecounty
treasurer was presented to the
board, and request granted by al
lowing a warrant on the general
fund for the amount of interest
due, with the understanding that
the same be transferred from the
court house bond interest to the
general fund when the same is collected:
Lincoln, Neb., Dec. n
W. H. dishing. Treasurer,
r.miitv Dear Sir: Herewith
county court house bond coupons
of J,(HK). due January 1, 1SU2, eighty
coupons at $.KJ each, uur contrail
with county commissioners on
purchase of said bonds was to pay
Hi.Mii bv installments as they
wanted the money, and to charge
i..i.M-.st on the money for the time
they had it at the rale of interest
Hip l winds were for (5 per cent).
Our charge for interest is $1,854.17,
which balances the deal to January
i i' ivlnVli amount olease remit
and oblige, Very respectfully,
J. K. BILL,
Board adjourned till January o.
1892. BlRI CKITCHKIELO,
A O. U. W..8. Meel first ana win ' i
A eve jlnn of each month at O. A. It. . UaII
In Rockwook block. Frank V eirullyea. M, W.
1. B. Euersoie, necorun
tvt:ii inorv anrl flressmakiiiST at
Tucker Sisters', in Sherwood block
Lean Year Party.
The j'oung ladies of the O. D. C
are making elaborate preparations
for a leao vear oarty, to be held at
Rockwood hall, Friday evening
lanuarv 15. The young ladies met
last evening at the home of Miss
Kate and Teresa Hempel to take
steos in organizing and making
.r.,iinno for tlie dance. The
music will be furnished by the cel
ebrated Italian orchestra of Omaha,
and no pains will be spared to
make it a grand success. Follow
ing are the committees that have
the dance in charge:
Committee on Arrangements
Nannie Moore, Bertha Wise and
Ticket Committee Frankie Stiles,
Dora Fricke, Janet Livingston. Ella
"Inside Information" Faulty.
The supreme court room yester
day was packed with a throng ex
pecting to hear Chief Justice Fuller
deliver an opinion in the case of
Boyd vs. Thayer. But the crowd
was disappointed. The justices
occupied an hour and one-half in
delivering opinions, many of which
were of the utmost importance, but
in none of which the crowd seemed
to take any interest. Chief Justice
filler always ren lers his opinions
after the other jusiics have sui-
mittod theirs, consequently no one
expected to hear from the chief
justice until all the rest of the de
cisions had been rendered.
There seems to be no question.
however, but that tlie court nas
agreed upon a verdict and that the
report sent out la-st Friday night to
the effect that that decision will be
in favor of Boyd is correct. It is
believed here that the decision
would have been rendered yester
day but for the premature publica
tion. The court is anxious to hud
out the location of the leak and
it. may be that the whole matter
SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY
1 Siiiiilq(oi oi Cqsli Ti'ncie o
W i el o - A a v i 1Q P g l s o q s .
While we appreciate
the large amount of trade we
still desire to increase our
are favored with, we
. - . CASK TBADE:-:. -
and have completed arrangement in which we have secured large quail
tides, 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 appreciate the
fact that we are spending the money ve set aside for advertising purpos
es by returning it to theiii, believing they will appreciate the gilts ami
tell their friends, and thereby increase our tr ule.
KVKRY Cash purchase to the amount of !f5 entitles the purchaser t
either a K'oer's Solid Silver Metal Butter Knife or Sugar Shell sola
bv Jewelerv at $1.00.
KVl-JRY Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to
set ) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at $-.0
KVKRY Cash purchase to the amount of $25 entitles the purchaser to
set (0) of Roger's solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold by Jewelers at
will be delayed until this has been ( KV,.:Ky CafjJl T)Urci1:lser to the amount of $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (0)of Rogers' Solid .Nickel laoie spoons or a set oi ooim
Forks, or a set ot Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $4.00.
, f .'1.1.. ,,.,4l1ni1 Til 41. I. Illl'f 111 t I
uenniieiy ftiutu. -' ...v ...... ,
if the decision is in favor of Mr. ;
Bovd the sale of the news in ad- '
vance will act simply to keep Gov-j
ernor Thayer in the chair for a
week or two longer.
In this connection it will be
interesting to know, however, that
inquiry into the matter to-day
developed the fact that only eight
iustices sat in the hearing
case, Justice Bradley being
on account of illness. The prema
ture announcement that the court
had decided the case in favor of
Boyd by a vote of six to three can
iwio-Vit and Mrs. Sam Patterson.
iqque cernncaie ui c"--i,v" - "-?- .
acceptance of oflicial bond of L. C. Floor Managers-Nettie Ballam.
Eickhoff, treasurer-elect, by reason Mrs. Sam Patterson, Frankie Stiles
oy and Georgia wnver.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
P.Vnfti.ir.-St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Filth and Sixth. Father Cainey, i wr
Services: .Viss at 1 and in :30 a. M. bunday
School at 2 :30, with benedictioc
rnRHTUN Corner Locust and Eiifhth Sts.
C"?rv7cmnlnB and twii.r. Elder A.
Galloway pastor, huuday 6cliool 10 A. m.
Epihopal. St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine? Kev. H B. Burgees. pat or. Ser
vices : 11 A. m. a:.d Sunday bchool
at 2 HO P. M.
Gkrman Methoihst. earner Sixth St. and
Granite. Kev. Hlrt. Faotor. Services : 11 A. M.
and 1 :30 p. si. Suuday School 10 :30 A.M.
PBFfKVTF.Rl a. v. Services In new chtirch. cor
ner Sixth and Granite Kev. J . T. Uairfl,
pastor. Sundav-sciool at;W; Freaching
at 11 a. m.itud p. m.
The K. S. C. E of thi? church meets every
Sabbath fveninir at 7 :15 in Hie haseinent of
thechucrh. All are invited to attend these
of non-citizenship, supported:
affidavit of Fred Lehnhoff and Wm
Weber, was refused consideration,
irtnar XT irT n on tst. Sixth St.. hetwen Main
ti, I. V Hritt. I. I), nastor,
Service! : 11 A. m.. 8 :(K) p. m. Sunday fechool
9 :.T0 A. M. I'ray tr im-etii t! ediiesday even-
. . . . - puL-snvTirRKV. Comer Main and
K-int'h Kev." Witte. nastor. Services usual
hours. Sunday tctuol a -.30 a. m.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All rents will be due January 1
for the reason of no jurisdiction in 'atCr consumers not wishing con
tinuance must give proper noii.
Swfedir roxJKFATioAU Granite, be
tween Fifth and Sixttu
Colored Baptist. Mt. Olive, Oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh. Kev. A. Bonwell. pas
tor. Services 11 a. ni. and 7 -0 p. m. Frayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
yopfo Mkn's CiiKifTiAif Association
Koomsin Waterman block. Main street. Gos
pel meeting, lor men only, every Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Koonie open week days
from 8:30 a. m.. to 9 : 30 p. m.
The following bills were allowed:
Coroner's Inquest bill case oi j i
Coroner's inquest bill-case of John
F P Sheldon, mdse to poor
Dickson & Stopher. coal to pauper. ...
G A K post. Elir.wood, room for election.
llatts Gas Co, gas
Neb TV1 Co. tel rent
.1 A Patrick, work on jail
Wm Uerold i Se n. mdse to poor
V H Pickens, work on Jail
G W Noble, salary and exp
C S Twiss, work on sheriff's office
G Douyla. phys 3d diet, calaiy
Western Printing Co, stationery
Mrs P Cummins, care of Mrs Hai kine . .
Teter Janseu. rent of house for pauper..
v i!iiinT. mdse to poor
t .tf. Journal Co. stationery 51 91
. . . i, i..,nat nt milfe to county- 1 10
Weckhach & Co. mdse to poor
M B Murphy & Co. same
O B Polk, room for election
Tidball & Fuller, lumber 25
. . t : .1 Polmpr. nuils .............. 7 00
jiim iuc c .... -
Win Gilmore, work on road
S M Davis, viewinroad
R Morrow, same
Petr Perry, same
Sackett & Gates, nails
Plattsmouth Water Co.
South Park Tabernacle. Rev. .T. M.
Wood, Pastor. Services : Sunday School,
10 a.m.: Preaching. 11a. m. and 8 p. m. ;
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; choir prac
tice Fridav night. All are welcome.
K. G. Fricke & Co.. Druggists &
Pharmacists, Union Block, Platts
mouth, Neb. desire to inform the
public, that they are agents, for
the most successful preparation
thatjnas yet been produced for
coughs, colds and croup. It will
loosen and releave a severe cold in
less time than any other treatment.
The article referred too is Chamer
lain'sCaugh remeby. It is a medi
cine that has won fame and popular-it-
on it's merits and one that can
always be depended upon. It is
the only known remedy that will
nrovpnt crotin. It must be tried to
be oppreciated. It is put up
cent and $1 bottles.
For anything in the Millinery or
dregs makintr line call on Miss
vuio Moore, east room of the
Parmele block. tf
Miss Fllsie Moore has tu,e largest
arwlt O f Millinerv iroods in the city
at her store in the Parmele block, tf
We will sell lamps for net cost for
tke next thirty days. M. B. Murphy
John Krhart, of Louisville, was in
the city to-day.
Councilman M. B. Murphy is re
ported better to-day.
Miss Carrie and Maggie Oliver
are on the sick list to-day.
Mrs. T. L. Poland returned home
J r. . ! M...
this morning alter visiting
Kate Oliver over Sunday.
License to wed was issued last
evening to Charles M. Smith and
Pearl Graves, both of Kock Bluffs.
It is rumored in society circles
that there is to be a prominent
wedding in the First Ward ere long.
Mrs. A. K. Horton and Mrs.
Masteller, of Red Oak, Iowa, are
visiting Postmaster II. T- Streight.
Mrs. Horton is a sister of II. J.
Miss Mabel Colvin, who has been
visiting with her cousin, Miss Ella
Kennedy, for the past two weeks,
left this morning for Lincoln to at
tend the Cotner University.
Attorney J. S. Matthews, received
information last evening from
Washington that Mrs. B.J. Cooper,
guardian of the minor of Hon. John
L. Brown, deceased, had been
lowed a pension amounting in
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fetzer and
Henry Goos accompanied Mrs
Heitzhoun as far as Omaha this
tnorninar. Mrs. Heitzhoun has been
visiting her parent?. Mr. and Mrs
Fred Goos, and left for her home in
Forest Grove, Oregon.
The motion to quash service m
the contest case of Edton vs. Tighe
was argued in county court this
forenoon and Judge Ramsey has
taken the matter under advisement
and will probablj- render a decision
in a few days in both cases.
The First M. E. church and the
"First Presbvterian church are
observing " the week of praj-er,
Services were held last evening in
the M. E. church and will continue
in the M. E. church to-night and
to-morrow night, and the remaining
of the week's services will be held
in the Presbyterian church
ERE 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 and Forks to take
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rue place ui ouuu nn i i in't jncn. ...iv. - - - - - i
for some time to attain this end, and are now able to olter tlie punnc our
t., Mini -irwl Wrurprs'Snliil Nickel Silver. We iruaraiitee this metal
.y eight 7erior to any Nickel Silver manufactured and have thegreatent conh
r of the (ence jn assuring our customers that this ware is inferior to service on
r absent i ly to solid silver. It is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure Hilver. We recom menu tins w.irr
especially for 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 inaiiufac-
. ,,p' , therefore so far as : tured plated ware since 1N15, anu their name is never put on gooun xuai
not be correct, thereiore, so tar as . f h ,e H( our custoim.r caI1 rt.st assured that they are
respects the majority by which tlie - uillff Home very desirable goods when they get goods under then
decision was alleged to have been ! i)rand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is too
reached. The justices, of course, pite.
would say nothing whatevei as to
the case in advance of the an
nouncement from the bench of the
A curious coincidence in connec
tion with the publication in ad
vance of what the decision of the
court would be, and the respective
number of justices in favor of Boyd
and in favor of Thayer, developed
in. the court yesterday. The case of
the Northern Pacific against Hiram
Dustin, prosecuting attorney of
Yakima county, Washington, was
decided to-day by the vote which
the publication referred to alleged
to be the decision of the justices in
the Boyd-Thayer case. In this case
the court reversed the decision of
the state (then territorial) court, as
would be the result if Boyd wins
the suit. Whether or not some
chance utterance with respect to
this case was overheard and mis
taken for an expression with regard
to the Nebraska governorship con
test, perhaps will never be known.
We GjHitnt2c 0tjt Prices o bo Ito'csj quel
THAT I AM GIVING
UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
In the best grades of
WATCHES - CLOCKS - JEWELRY
.A-TSTTD SILVE RWARE
A Pleasant Party.
A progressive high five party was
given last evening by Miss Hattie
Latham in honor of Miss Eva
Vieregg, of Central City, and Miss
Julia Vineyard, of Hastings. The
evening was spent m an enjojaoie
manner by all present. At a late
hour refreshments were served.
Those present were: Misses Eda
and Mia Gering, Harriet Fulmer,
Flora Donovan, Julia Herrmann.
Dora Herold, Etta Shepherd, May
Grant, Lulu Burgess. Eva Verigg
and Julia Vinyard. Messrs. J. P.
Wellington, Mathew and Henry
Gering, Henry Herold, Cliff Shep
herd, Fred Carruth, Dave McEntee,
Will T. Streight, James Pollock and
George Rummell, of Pacific
function. The king prizes were
won by Miss Eda Gering anujames
K. Pollock, and the booby prizes by
Miss Lulu Burgess and George
CALL AND HE CONVINCED BE
FO RE I'L'KC II A S I N G. W ILL B 15
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH
MY STOCK, WHETIILK MJL v isn
TO BUY OR NOT.
IB. A. M'ELWAIN
415 Main Street,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
c- cr s ,
pstate or for merchandise of any kind
one; the land is Al. Por lun
HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
ACRES of Coloraio land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth real-
hiandise of any kind, llns is a uargain jui
some one: the land is Al. Por lurtner particulars can o..
primn no olav ever written en-
, -.i-irlr nonularitv with the
masses than "The Burglar. It U
absolutelv clim in tone and so re
r.iota ivUU wiiiiine surprise that is
not surprising, the play has been
eagerly in demand lor nr.-i-ciass
houses. "The Burglar" is a capital
piece of stage property, and under
its present management, who have
provided so liberally in the way of
accessories, the public are offered
a very enjoyable preformance in
At the Waterman next Saturday
night. Tickets on sale at J. P.
Youngs. Price, 75 cents.
The regular January term of the
supreme court commences to-morrow.
Judge Post will be inducted
into his office as judge of supreme
Why will you cough when Shi
loh's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Cc
Gentlemen would not use "Blush
of Roses" if it was a paint or pow
der, of course not. It is clear as
water, no sediment to fiil the pores
f 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 O. II.
Snvder. Price 75 cents.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Dest Salve in the world for Cutt
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sore?, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by F. O. Fricke
For the Nebraska Soldiers Re-union
at Nebraska Citj- Jan. 12 to 14
the M. P. Ry., will sell round trip
tickets Jan 11-12 and 13 good re
turning Jan'y 15 at $1.10. tf
Miss Elsie Moore has moved her
sitock into the east room of the
Parmele block .
Constantly keeps on hand every thin
you need to furnish your houe.
CORXEtt SIXTH AND MAIN STREET
For abstracts of title at
able rates, go to J. M. Leyda
& Co. "
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