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FIFTH YE Alt.
PLATTSMOUTH, NE11RASKA, Fill DAY, JANUARY 15, 1892.
A c renin of ;r1:ir baking nowdt-r
Highest f Jill in leavening strength
Latest U. S. (iovci ii iiK'iit food re
port. ltUlil.lX(lT-) ft Missnntl l; IV Kit It. It.
OF DAILY I'ASSKMilik! TRAINS
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engrr.x. MISSOURI PACIFIC IIAILWAY
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Trains daily rxrept uunay
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SKCltKT SOCl KT1ES
KMI.I1IK 4)1- fV'll lA!- .:.iilillt li.'ue
. 47 Mi-t-tr efiy -di -.-iny ev-nin(i
at ttieir h nil I arn e e & la n block. All vie
lunic Ki.itrhts are eoidU.ly n v tet 10 atteud
M. H. Gr flUU. C. t . ; ti l ovey, K. K. is.
A'O U. W. No. M Meets Hewnd and fourth
Frnlav vi inK" i" the montli a . A . It.
hall in Ko:k wood block, M. Voudran, M W,
F. F, brown. Ii--order,
CASS IXlDC.K. No. UK. I. . O. F. me-ts ev
ery Tufi'dsiy ntlit at Iheir hall in Filzjreralil
block. All Odd r-Hof are cordially n vite.i
to attend when vMtif a in t!ie cty. Chris Pet
erten. N G.;S F. Obom. Secretary.
nOYAL AKUANAM Crts Coi ncil No 102t.
Meet at the K, of I' hail in the Parinele &
'Crn block over Itennett & IiiMb. visiring
brethren inviled Henry tiering. Kegent ;
Ttaos tt ailing. Secretary.
o. V. v .. Meis flrt unit third -'rid:iy
eve.ilnjf of e:'h moli'li at. tl A !?. Hail
in Rookwook I loi-k. Frank Vermllyea. V, .
li, P tuerno'e. ltecorder.
"pEKIiK OF l!t)X It. ineeta neciini and
fourth Thursdays of ewSi onth iol.O.
O. F hall in Ki'zji raid bl -k. Mr, a. Uojd.
Lady of Honor; Belle Vennylea. recor!er-
A. It.McConihie loft No. 45 me- ts every
T atur v evonniL' :l 7 :." in heir Hall in
Kockwood Mock All vUifinsr comrad s are
.-tUrdial'v invited to e-twithus. Ir"di'ates.
TT. . . II 1 . . ' v. X" i t K. r,iMiim.iil.lur
ORnrK "' THE WORM). Meets at 7:30
everv Vrnnav eveniiitr at the Grand Aiiiiy
h.all. A. F. Groom, orerident. 'J'ho WaUniic.
v. . .
fASs CAMP No. 332 M W. A. nfets every
neeond and F'-urth Monday ev nitifrs in
Fitzgerald ha 1 Visitnnr n-ihh .r welcome.
P.O. H.inen, V. C. : P. Wertenberter. W. A..
S. C. Wilde. Clerk.
""APTMM H E PAl.HKIt CAMP NO 50
Sons of Vet ran, division of Nebraska. IT
8. A. meet -very '"ue-da nieht at 7 :0 o'eb ek
in th-ir hall in Kitluerald b ork. II son" mi't
visiting comrade are conlially Invited to meet,
with us J.J. Kurtz. Couiiii.inder ; B. A. c
Elwain. W e;i gent.
DM'tiHTFKS OF :KKECA p.ud of I'roni
i e l.oli;e N . 40 'i-eel the sep.ind ann
fourth Thursday eveub g 'f each month in
thel'O.O. t-. h 11 Mis. T. K. Williams, N .
. ; Mrs John ('r. Secretary
YullMi MKN'S HIUMI N- M 'CI A " N
vaterman bl k lain srr'-et. Ko'ims
open fr'm H uio a m to S :30 p n-. t or men on y
Gospel meeting every Sunday alternoon at 4
PLACKS OF WORSHIP.
Catholic ft. Fanl's Church, ak. between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Carney , Pastor
Services : Miss nt 8 n nd 10 :30 A. i. Sunday
School at 2 o. witn benediction.
Christian'. Corner Locust and Fighth Sts.
Services morning r.d tver.ing. l.lder A.
Gal'oway pastor. Sunday School 10 A. M.
Episcopal. St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Rev. H B. Burgees, pai-tor. Ser
vices : 11 A. M. ai.d 7 -.30 P. M. Sunday School
at 2 :30 P. M.
Gjckman Mrthodist. corner Sixth St and
Granite. Rev. Hirt. Pastor. Services : 11 A. M.
and 7 :30 p. si. Sunday School 10 :30 a. m.
Vk fBESBYTEKiAN. Services in new church, cor
1 I ner Sixth and Granite sts. Rev. J. T. Bairrt,
1 pastor. Sunday-sct ool at9;3P; Preaching
1 at 11 a. m.9-jA 8 p. m.
I The tl. It. t. 1'. r. oi inis rnurtu iiirrn? every
' ' Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in the basemer.t of
thechncrh. All are invited to attend these
. First Mfthodist. Sixth St.. betwen Main
and Pearl. Rev. L. F. Britt. 1). U. pastor.
Services : 11 a. M.. 8 -.00 p. M Sunday School
9 :30A. m. Prayer meetitg Wednesday even
ing Gfrman PRKsnvTKRiAjr. Corner Main and
Ninth. Rev. Witt e, pastor. Services usual
hours. Sunday t-chool 9 :30 A. M.
.Wwef.dish Conokfgatioj.au. Granite, be
tween Flit n aua aixtn.
CotOKRD Baptist. Mt. Olive. 'ak. between
Tenth and tieveniu. j-.ev. j. nweu, pas
tor. Services 11 a. m. nd 7 0 p.m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
Yovva MK'8 CBKI";Tip: Association
. Rooms in W aterman block. Main street. Gos
pel meeting, for men only, everv Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Rooms open week day
from 8:30 a. m..to 9:30 p. m. L
SOUTH PARK TABERNACLE. Rev. J. M.
Wood, Pastor. Services: Sunday School,
10 a. m. : Preach Id. 11 a- m. and 8 p. m. ;
trayer meeting Tuesday night ; choir prac
' ''ice Fridav night. All are welcome.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
t . .. t U'llt rrivo nnmnt Ktrention
so all bueine-s entrnted to hiw. Office in
l Onion blrek. East siae. IiJM.luol.
No. 29 had an emigrant from
Norfolk, Va., who is moving with
his family to Praquc, this state.
On account of the grain blockade
in Chicago, all available side tracks
are lined to store the Chicago grain.
W. T. Boyd, who has been em
ployed as a switchman in the yards
for some time, is now firing the
Weslej' Wilson, a switchman in
tlieI5.it M. yards, left last, evening
on No. 3 for IVd Cloud, NVb., called
there by the serious illness of his
No. 5 brought in Consulting
Engineer McClure, of the o. sys
tem, in a special car this morning,
lie will, in company with C. 1'.
Olsen, bridge inspector of the
B. Ac M., make a tour of the entire
system, inspecting bridges. Con
ductor Abbott had charged of the
In Durance Vilo.
The following was handed in at
THE IlEKALOsanctumthis morning:
Plattsmoutii, Jan. 11. To whom
this is presented Dear Sir: We
are two. Kacey and myself, printers
by trade; good fellows by nature,
and carrj' cards; but are in durance
vile for a slight altercation I had
with a Swede at Weeping Water.
If you will kindly send us a few
: exchanges, or other articles of
literature, or call on. us at the
' sheriff's mansion, you will com
mand our undying gratitude. We
J have positively nothing to occupy
; the time, and we are bound over to
i the next term of the district
Geo. W. Wilsox.
A Turkish Bath.
The Keokuk Gate City says of "A
Turkish Bath," which will be pre
sented Monday next at the Water
man opera house: "It is a clean,
pure, wholesome musical comedy,
and its vocalists are away above
r0iipr:il nvcrnn-P of niUSiral
- - - .
comedy companies. Winsome little
.Marie Heath, as Dot Sparrow, is
certainly a wonderfully clever little
actress and was very chic and
childish in herpranks. Her "Won't
You Come Out and Play?" is inim
itable, and upon the rendition of
"Listen to My Tale of Woe," which
is the clearest bit of acting she
does, she received an ovation.
McGoogle is an artist of merit in
acting the Irish policeman, and his
puns were original and witty.
Miss Emma Berg has a fine and
cultured soprano voice and her
expression and power of execution
was at its best, the audience not
being satisfied until she responded
to an encore. T. Wilmot Kckert
and his daughter, Miss Maybelle,
also captured the audience in their
musical selections. The whole
company is exceptionally strong
and their specialties particularly
bright and clever; in short, the
show is a good one and bound to
r.'ilesllerveand Liver iils.
Act on a new principle regulat
ing the liver, stomach and bowels
through the nervs. A new discovery
Dr. Miles' Pil's spee lily cure biliou
sness bad taste, torpid liver, piles
constipation. Unequaled for men
women, children, smallest, mildest
surest! 50 doses, 25c. Samples
free at F. G. Fricke & Co's.
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, have since been permanent
ly cured of it by Chaimberlain's
Colic, Cho'era and diarrhoea Rem
edy. For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co
Bird Critchficld .is in Elmwood
Simon and Charles Mayer re
turned to Lincoln this morning.
Millinery and dressmaking at
Tucker Sisters', in Sherwood block
The case of Kllenbaum vs. Bill
stein has been continued until the
Mrs. W. L. Browne was a passen
ger on No. 5 this morning for Lin
coln. Mrs. J. P. Taylor, of Central City,
is in the cit3r the guest of Mrs. Kate
Frank Carruth and Tom Hicks
were passengers for Omaha this
I The infant child of Mr. anl Mrs.
j Mclauh'ti. was buried lliis aTtei
! no:ji aL2 o'clock.
M iss. Jessie Oldham, daughter, of
J. G. Oldham, left this morning to
resume her studies at the commer
cial college at Marj'sville.
Geo. Freer, the express messenger
on the Schuyler run, is confined to
his Dom with the grippe and Jas.
Kirkman, of Omaha, has taken his
District court is in session to-day.
The Petersen cases will be disposed
of to-day and to-morrow, after
which court will adjourn until the
regular March term.
A good sized audience greeted
"Dan McGinty" at the opera house
last night. The specialties were of
a first-class order, the company is
well balanced and no chestnuts
j were indulged in.
Judge Ramsey yesterday issued
a license to wed to Benjamin F.
' Jaquette of this city and Miss
Olive Varco Fisher of Nemaha
' county. To-day he issued a license
' to George Brunholber and Miss
Mary Leutchens, both of this city.
Cards have been received in this
city announcing the approaching
nuptials of D. E. Thompson, for-
! merl3- superintendent of the B. &
! M., and Miss Jeanette Miller, at the
residence of her parents at Oak
'. Park, 111., January 27, 1802.
To-morrow, at 10 o'clock a. m., the
countr court will consider -claims
against the estate of John G.
' Roberts, deceased. This is the case
! where the deceased left a will
' bequeathing a large amount of life
' insurance to a Miss Sadie Taylor of
Iowa, and sought to disinherit his
The merchant in Nebraska who
j follows the old and foolish custom
'of discontinuing his advertising
with the advent of the new 3ear,
makes a serious mistake. Thre is
plenty of money and collateral in
ihe country for a good winter and
spring business and the meriant
who keeps his name before the peo
ple will reap the benefits. Kearney
The ladies of the W. C. T. U
gave last night a very credit
able entertainment. The solos
were both entertaining and im-
! pressive, and the recitations by
' Messrs. Leonard and Coolidge and
Misses Martin and Davis were sen
timental and contained, in them
selves, a strong argument in favor
of the cause which the ladjes so
In stating the standing of the
county officials, politically, the
Weeping Water Eagle says, the
commissioners stands, Tritsch, re-
' publican, Loder, indpendent, and
Dutton democrat. The fact is the
board stands Loder and Tritsch
democrats and Dutton repnblican,
although Commissisner Loder says
The Herald can inform the Eagle
that he is strictby alliance indepen
dent is not strong enough for Mr,
The Missouri Pacific bridge over
the Platte is to be completed with
in sixty days and will be 120 feet
from the B. & M. The Missouri
Pacific will go into the Omaha
Union depot over the Union Pacific
tracks from Gilmore. As soon as
the bridge is done and the cut off
completed, the distance between
Omaha and St. Louis will be
reduced forty-eight miles, two fast
trains each way will be run every
day. One of the trains now run
will be made a limited and the
other a local, while the third will be
a limited. These trains will have
all modern conveniences andjwill
be models of elegence. The pres
ent train only average twenty miles
per hour, but the new ones will
make forty miles. The new trains
will not be put on until the road bed
is thoroughly settled and numer
ous other improvements are made.
The Hei Presumptive to the British
t Throne ie D?nd.
A stated in j-esterday's Herald,
the Duke of Clarence and Cardinal
Manning were dead, but to-day's
papers announce the death of
Cardinal Simeoni, the papal secre
tary of stale. The Duke of Clarence
and A vondale died at 9:1.1 a. m. yes
terday. The duke was heir pre
sumptive to the Llritisli throne and
was in Mis twenty-eighth year.
Cnrdi'iaP Manning, who was at
the he id -of the Roman Catholic
church' In England, died at S
"jlocl yesterday' morning. Both
Ca'diTja?s Manning and Simeoni
livoJiT u ripe old age. Card'nal
Seralino Vamuctelli, papal secre
tary of memorials, will succeed
Taken to the Asylum
Monday afternoon Sheriff Tighe
took under his care, Jennie, wife of
E.S.Gilbert of this city, who had
been adjudged by the proper
authorities to be insane. The M. I,
train conveyed them to Lincoln
where the sheriff deposited the lady
at the asylum. It is a very dis
tressing case, four children two
boys and two girls being left with
out their natural protector. The
mother's last pleading words before
she left the station, was for the
writer to take her home to her
children, but that was impossible
The powers that be, who are sup
posed to have examined thoroughly
into her mental coud Ltlon, had ad
judged her to be a proper candi
date for the state to care for.
Doubts have been expressed by
inany as to her real condition.
Her actions have been very strange
of late for a sane woman, and per
haps it is best for her and her fam
ily that she be removed for a while
from them, in the hopes that good
will result to all. Weeping1 Water
S. of V. Oyster Supper and Enter
tainment. The Sons of Veterans will give an
oyster supper and entertainment on
Sat urday evening, January 16, ccn
sisi"ng of vocal and instrumental
music anl.cj:cLtations, to close with
a general'cainp ' fire. Everybody
come and bring jour wife, sweet
heart or somebody else's best girl.
Supper, 25 cents.
Judge Arc ier's Court.
Crosby vs. Richey was argued
this morning. The case was taken
under advisement until Monday.
Draper & Ruff ner vs. D. W. Shum.
Suit on account.
Levi Goldiug vs. Brady, McCord
& Co. Suit in replevin.
W. F. Fox to-day confessed judg
ment for $37.30, board bill, due Fred
Card of Thanks.
We desire through this medium
to tender our heartfelt thanks to the
friends who so kindly extended
their assistance and sympathy to us
during our sad bereavement in the
loss of our daughter, Carrie.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Wr. Vass.
The you ng ladies of the O. D. C.
give their leap year party to-night
ai Rockwood hall.
The Colonel's Dinner.
A confederate soldier of Gen. Bragg's
army has much to say of the state of
eenii-starvation iu which he and his
comrades were much of the time kept,
says the Youth's Companion.
While we were at Chattanooga my
father paid me a visit. Rations were
mighty scarce. I was very glad to see
him, but felt ashamed to have him
know how badly off we were for some
thing to eat. We were living on
parched coi n.
Finally I hit upon a plan for get
ting him a good dinner. I invited
him to go with me to the colonel's tent.
"Col. Field.' said I, I wish to intro
duce you to my father, and, as rations
are a little short in the mess just now,
perhaps you will Ira good enough to
invite bim to dine with you.
'Certainly,' answered Col. Field;
I shall be happy to have both of you
remain to dinner.'
I accepted the invitation with many
thanks, and just then a young negro
came in with a frying-pan of parched
corn and dumped it ou an old cloth.
"'Master,' said he, 'dinner is ready:'
and we all sat down. The colonel,
like the private soldiers, had nothing
to eat but parched coru."
Kditor Boycotts a Railroad.
A Georgia editor, who is moving his
paper to another town, boycotted a
railroad for refusing him a free pass.
He shipped his hand-press by another
road, and walked the whole distauce,
a matter of seventy-five miles.
Ely's ' Cream Balm has cured
many cases of catarrh. It is in con
stant demand. Geo. XT. Hoot
Pharmacist, Cheyenne, Wy.
SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY
K Stinitilqoi ov Gisl' Ti'qdc to
While we appreciate the large amount of trade we
still det-iie to increase our
and have completed arrangement in which we have secured large quan
tities, at lirst 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 ail vert i.-i ng purpo
es by returning it to them, believing they will appieciate the gifts and
tell their friends, and thereby increase our trade.
EVERY Cash purchase to Ihe amount of .f." entitles the purchaser to
either a Roger's Solid Silver Metal Butter Knife or Sugar Shell sold
by Jewelery at $1.X) '
EVER Y Cash purchase to the amount of $15 entitles the purchaser to a
set (0) of Roger's Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, sold by Jewelers at VJ.O
EVERY Cash purchase to the amount of $2T entitles the purchaser to a
set (0) of Roger's solid Nickel Dessert Spoons, sold b Jewelers at
EVERY Cash purchaser to the amount of $30 entitles the purchaser to a
set (0)of Rogers' Solid Nickel Table spoons or a set of Solid Nickel
Forks, or a set ol Tripple plated Knives, sold by Jewelers at $1.00.
- KfS s what the manufacturer says in regard to Solid Silver Met
f7 al goods and Solid Nickel Silverware: "There h;n been a grow
flKB, i"ff demand for years for a grade of Spoons and Forks to take
jX3i the place- of Solid silver and plate ware. We have experimented
for some time to attain this end, ami are now able to oiler the public our
Rogers' Metal and Rogers Solid Nickel Silver. We guarantee this metal
superior to any Nickel Silver manufactured and have the greatest conli
dence i.i assuring our customers that this ware is inferior to service on
ly to solid sj I ver. It is a beautiful white color, is highly polished and
can hardly be distinguished from pure silver. We recommend this ware
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 firm have manufac
tured plated ware since INio, 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 pet goods under iheir
brand. Come in early and secure a share of these goods before it is too
We Qntfqqtec oqi 3?iccs o he 1g Iiocs
-A. 1ST ID SILVERWARE
CALL AND BE CONVINCED BE
FORE PURC II A S I N G. WILL BE
PLEASED TO SHOW YOU TEIKOUGII
MY STOCK, WHETHER YOU WISH
TO BUY OR NOT.
XIB. A. M'ELWAIN
4-15 Main Street,
FOR SALE OR EXGHANCE.
ACRES of Colora lo land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth reaT-s,v-
estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain for
some one; the land is Al. For further particulars call on or address
THE HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Isn't she Beautiful!" Occasionally
one hears this. expression, as a lady
with a strikingly lovely complexion
passes along the street. Certainly!
she uses the famous blush of roses
manufactured by Miss Flora A.
Jones, South Bend, Ind. Supplied
O. II. Snyder, price oc per bottle.
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a posi
itive cure Catarrh, Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
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
E. W. Sawyer, of Rochester, Wis.,
a prominent dealer in - general
merchandise, and who runs several
peddling wagons, had one of hit,
horsas badly cut and burned with w
lariat, The wound refused to heal.
The horse became lame and stiff
now-withstanding careful attention
and the application of remedies. A
friend handed Sawyer some of
nailer's Barb Wire Linement, the
most wonderful thing ever saw to
heal such -wounds. He applied it
only three times and the sore was
completed healed. Equally good
for all sors, cuts, bruees. and'
wounds. For sale by all drugjjia t
ire favored with, we
THAT I AM GIVING
UNHEARD OF BARGAINS
In the best grades of
WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY
- The Leading
Constantly keeps on hand evtrythin
yoa need to furnish yonr house.
. CORKER SIXTH AND VAIN STIiK&T
F : r out - Neb
For abstracts of title at r&nn.
able rates, co to T. M. Levda. TTnim.
g j Y-'T-i riW
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