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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. WEDNESDA Y, JANUARY 27 ISi).
Royal Baking Po
The Royal Baking Powder makes tV: .'.;: fla-.-o.-.
tendcrest and most delicious fool, never ! ls-.-s its I-.mvp,:..
used, and bread, biscuit and cake raii'i;.' :.y it : .- -impunity
by persons of most delicate tl:j.;es.:vc w
their moisture, sweetness and fresh r.e.i.s more perf.ji uiy i
with yeast or any other leavening aent.
JU,s adifrJ- q.AS$xk , co-xa) Jito fyn
L".t3 Cherabt V, S. Dcpartnant of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
KHUll YS OF PYT1II A? 7; aunt lerTodtfe
Ko. 47 MetB every Wednesday evening
at tbeir hll In I'arinele & Craig block. All via
UIdk knights pre cordially invitel to attecd
M. N. Urilllth, C. C. ; tin Dovey, K. K. 8.
A O, U. W. No. g4 Meets neeond and fourth
Friday venins in the month at ii. A. K.
hall in Kockwood block, 41. Vondran, M W,
K, P, brown. Recorder,
CASS LODGE. No. 146. 1. 0. O. F. meets ev
ery Tuesday niklit at their ball in Fitzgerald
block. All Odd Fellows are cordially Invited
to attend when visiting In trie city. Chris Pet
erten. N. tl. ; S. F, Ocborn, Secretary.
"ROYAL A KUAN AM Cfn Conncil No 1021,
11 Mwt at. th K of P hull in th Parmplc Xt
Crate block over llt-nneit
brethren invited, lieury
Thos Walling, Secretary.
& Tutte, visirniK
Gerln;, Regent ;
AO. U. W ft. MeeiH first and third Friday
eve.jint; of each nitmth at . A. It. Hall
in Rockwook Mock. Frank Vermilyea, M, W.
D, K. Kuers)!e, Recorder.
nGCKRK OK HON 'It, meets cecond and
fourth Thursdays of each rroiith in I.O.
O. F hall in Kitzir r:l.l hi rk. Mr. F. Hoytl.
1-idy of Honor; Belle Verinylea. recorder-
K.McCoiiihie IWt No. 4" m t every
5xtur svcvcinii'.'al 7 : .'! in lieir Mall in
I'ockwKod I. lock All v i -i 1 1 i 1 1 -r coinr.id -s are
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The Plattsmouth Herald
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published every Thursday, and dally every
e renlng except Sunday.
Registered at the Plattsmouth. Neb. pot
o flcefor trnii9iiWioa through the U. S. ma. Is
a; second clasa rate?.
Oftlce corner Vino and Fifth streets.
TERMS FOR WKRKLY.
Oae copy, one year. In advance $1 50
One copy, one year, not in advance. 2 00
Ona copy, six monthf. in advance 75
One copy, three month", in advance. . 40
TERMS KOU 1ATIA
One cop one ywr in advance Sti 00
O le copy pi r week, by carrier ir,
O le copy, per niontl w
:iii1 I'j'cHle coastr, and it is incon
ceivable that any American tate.
man will vote to permit the relei
tion of the control of our iathmus-
transit to any Kuropean power, fe
miiiHlmf tne united states navy
and American commerce to the
Cape Horn route, at the option of
the parties controlling the Canal
President Hayes called the caral
"a continuation of our coast line."
It is more than that; it is a domi
nant factor in the control of the
commerce of the Atlantic and
Pacific, oceans, siml .Lake Nicaragua
is a position unique in its import
ance to our national interests.
Gibraltar, Aden, or the IJos phorous
do not compare with it in the value
of its military position. Upon its
bosom an iron clad fleet may float
in fresh water, in a deli;.
climate, surrounded by a territory
produciiiyr supplies for fleets and
armies. The construction of the
canal will be a practical, friendly,
and complete vindication of the
mon roe tioctrine, assuring our
friendly and paramount influence
with our sifter-republics of North
and South America.
The Pacific states appeal to the
patriotic impulses of all Americans.
Uy journeys over trackless plains
or around the C?'pe our pioneers
paved the way for us and laid the
foundation of our Pacific empire.
The time has come when our east
ern fellow-countrymen can aid us,
and in so doini, honor and benefit
our whole country and the com
mercial world. The political con
sideration of the canal can have
only one result with patriotic, intel
ligent Americans. It must, con
vince them of the necessity of mi
inter-oceanic canal under Amer
ican control. It woul d be unfortun
ate beyond comprehension if the
day should come when the great
canal, under the control of a rival
maritime power, should become a
menace to our interests instead of a
peaceful highway for the world's
commerce, and a monument to
American statesmanship and
American energy. Capt. V.
Merry, in the February Forum.
Freeh Beef. Pork. Veal. Mutton, Nutter aud
eggs kept constantly on hand.
Game of all kinds kept in Season.
SATISFACTION - OARANTEED
SAN SON EROS.
Cor. fith St and Lincoln Ave
PLATTSNOUTH, - NEUKASKA.
jTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. L iAx . & SON
Keep all kinds o Guilders hardware on hand
aud will oupply contractor on most lav
and all kinds of tin work promptly
done. Orders from the country Solicited
616 Pearl St.
ANK OF CACSCOUNTY
Cor Main and H t
'tld up capital (Kn
urplue 25 0Uf'
J H. Parnele President
U S Ramsey Vice 1'resident
M. I'atterson Cashed
i' M. Patterson, Ast Cafhit-r
It. Parn ele, J. M. Patterson, Fred Gorder.
1. H Sniitli K. Ii. Windham, Ii. 8. Ram-ey and
TRANS A TED
accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time
epositf and prompt uttentionsriveu to all bus
ness entrusted to its care.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Tin; dispatches this mommy: state
that over M.1XKI people arc dvsinrtc-
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th.-y will be
"You ilon't mennre a o-irl's love by
its signs. Elmiru (J izctte.
It is when the turkey is in the oven
that the cook studies Browniujj.
Of course it i possible for a woman
to le 'fair and Mjiiare." but we like
iT iicitfi- if sin; is round. JJoxlou
A man will spend enoiih nionev
WMrmiiiir liMi-.cif lv oj-'i-siiMp liros to
oiu a et:tl and wi'dd l.u-itieas.
S::e 'I m i ; l i. n -e:(! j-(e!.;its an; ro
ir.tr in. '' Ii" " 1 i it hi i . '. WiuMi liiev'rn
'HE CI1IZKNS BANK.
Japltal stock paid in as f 1
Authorized Capital, SIOO.OOO.
W. H CiiPhinK, V 1 1
W. n. CUPHINO. Cahier.
F R nuthman. J W Johnson. E S Greusel.
Henry Kikenbary. M W Morgan. J
A Connor. v Wettenkamp, W
RANSACTS'JL GENERAL BANKING BUSlNES
-s cer'iflc.itr"; of i?epo"its lieari'iu inter""1!
'tiivs '1.(1 e;iJ 1 .'!:aiige, county and
f.' .. 1
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I'AI.KKU C VMP NO .111
,1-. i?i 1. 1" N.-i.r.i ka. 1" J tht
S. A im Vi-iy Mii -'l n niL"lit at 7 : 'n 11 t l' k
in I In ir liall in i' it lut lal.i Ii oi-k. li 'in an :
visiting c-:iir:.de.i arc coidi.'.lly invited to meet
ni'li us .1..!. K r. .. t'oini i lud-T : 15. A. A-c
Eluaiu. 1-t cca :.t.
"HArGllTKUS OF RENKCCA Hud of Prom
1 e l.o(i;e N . 40 mtets I he secmul aim
fourth Thursday evenirgs of each month in
tnei'o. o. y. us-11. mis. 1. K. Williams,
J. ; Sir?. John Cory. Secretary.
TTOUX MEN'S eilRISTION - SOCIATION
Waterman block Hain Street. Rooms
opon irom 8 :30 a ni to 9 :30 p to. For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday afternoon at 4
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Catholic St. Paul's Church, ak, between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Cainey. Pastor
Services : Mass at 8 and 10 :30 a. m. Sunday
scnooi at z :30, witn oeneaictton.
Chbistiak. Corner Locust and Eighth Sts.
Services morning and tvenlBe. Elder A.
Galloway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.-
KP18COPAU St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Kev. H B. Burpee, pactor. Ser
vices : 11 A. x. and 7 -J30T. M. Sunday School
at 2 :3o p. M.
8irmax Mkthodist. Corner Sixth St. and
Granite. Rev. Htrt. Pator. Services : 11 A.
and 7 :30 p.m. Sunday School 10 :30 A.M.
Pbkbbytkkia.v. Services in new church, cor
ner Sixth and Granite sts. Rev. J. T. Baird,
pastor. Sunday-scbool at 9 ;30 ; Preaching
at II a. m. jd 8 p. in.
The . R. S. C , E of this church meets every
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in the basement of
the chucrh. All are invited to attend these
First Mfthodist. Sixth St.. betwen Main
and Pearl. Rev. L. F. Britt. I. U. oastor.
Services : 11 a. m.. 8 -.00 p. m. Sunday School
tJ0i.il. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Uirman Pbksbytrbiajj. Corner Main and
Ninth. Ilev. Wltte, pastor. Services usual
hours. Sunday trchooi 9 :30 a. m.
Swkedkh Conobkoatiovai. Granite, be
tween Fifth and Sixth.
Colored Baptist. Mt. Olive. Oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh, Rev. A. Boswell. pas
tor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 JO p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
Youno Men's Chkistiak Association
Rooms in W aterman block. Main street. Gos
pel meeting, for meu only, every Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Room open week days
, from 830 a. m., to 9:30 p.m.
South Pabk Tabkrjjacljc. Rev. j jr.
Wood, Pastor, Services : Sunday School,
10 a. m. : Preaching. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ;
prayer meeting Tuesday night; eboir prac
tice Friday night. AU are welcome.
Wninci.mv 1 v 1: 1 i . minis-cr to
I'ranre will re.--i.'ii and return to
I'nited Slates eurly in I e'. u'uai'3'.
It is believed the cause for his
resignation is a tlesire to resume
his lii'eiime labors in the newspa
er profession, and is in accordance
with the understanding reported at
the time that lie probably would
not remain in Paris for the
t . I. 1)1 i;'-r V. : 1 1 ill- II I
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M'-! in. -IV eei)!('
lull l'r c: 1:1 i n r ri 'ii
tril l has a r em d
briii,e!i exei i liv
1 1 v ruii
11 111 1 nu 11 ir.uy ro.
! t-,rii.:r t ! e. servaut-
li.ai iii-vr wiil b'.1
h i seli - J i'l-Utt -i.
tenure of this administration
has successfully conducted
negotiations for the removal of the
restriction upon the admission of
American pork into France, and he
can now return, knowing that he
has been instrumental in accom
plishing one of the most beneficial
acts of the administration.
A ni :"s co-irarter is iiko a plinto
rr.iiiie rn -ii ivi. It is a blank, until
il lias been u . jncu-d to I In? eiiein istry
of eireumstaueu. n'lshiu-jtut St ir.
"Lt's tro into this re-' aiir nit and ?ct
' But I m not hun-
'Tii:it1s 110 matter; vou will be
f ion hi i i:
M ?(.r Hil- iTui
A Writer in the Inter-Ocean
answering the statement that there
is no reference to the tariff in the
book of books, says:
The word tariff may not be in the
bible, nor do I think you could
readily find the word Methodist
there. However, if you read the
ninth verse of the ninth chapter of
Matthew you may be convinced that
custom houses existed in time of
the Saviour, and that he chose
Matthew, whom he found "sitting
at the receipt of custom," for his
first disciple. A learned Methodist
minister long ago sent me the fol
lowing, which I copy: "Some one
asked His disciples if the Master
paid tribute. When His disciples
came to Him He gave them this
question: 'Of whom do the kings
of the earth receive tribute, of their
own. children or of strangers?'
They say to Him: 'Of strangers.'
He replied: Then are the children
full i something to eat.
1 r I ?ry
I before vou ret anvthino.1" Tid-BUs.
mam "Woy is it that one-naif the
world doesn't know how the other half
lives?" Secundum "The other half
doesn't live; it boards." N. 1'. Herald.
Guest (at restaurant, in moist weath
er) "Waiter, I cau't set any 6alt out
of this salt-cellar." Waiter "you've
fonrotton to unscrew the top sir'" N.
The world moves. Once upon a
time they used to pitch scolds into the
water on a ducking-stool; but now
they pay them to write satirical para
First Mouse "Let's go out and
break up the ballet." Second Mouse
"Pshaw! They wouldn't mind us.
Wait till the skirt-dancers come on."
The best way to keep a diary is to
keep it clean. Never write in your
diary, my son. unless you desire to be
sorry at some future time in your life.
Jessie "We missed yon in our box
at the theater last nisrnt." Jack "I
should have felt out of place there. I
bad such a cold I couldn't speak above
a whisper." N. Y. Herald.
"I am afraid that George is tiring of
me." "Why. dear?" "He has been
telling me that 1 am too good a wom
an to be the wife of such a man as he
is." Indianapolis Journal.
A Chicago scientist startles the world
with the announcement that dynamos
and electric lights canse la grippe.
Mem. By extinguishing the incan
descent illuminator you will dy na mo.
SL taul Ulobc.
WE MUST CONTROL THE NICA
The Nicaragua Canal will be the
great ingnw ay ot our increasing ; pends. What is your askirg price?"
commerce between the Atlantic Boston Transcrivt.
stoi'kf , bonds, K"'d. povernment and local t
arii i ti luiunht ..nd sold. Deposits recei
-ii niit-reNt allowed fn the certifiC.ti"
mfts drawn, available in any part of tht
.'luted States aud all the principal towns o
lOLLKCTIOJJS MADE AND PROMPTLY BKMtT
TKD. Htgbest market price pid for County War
rants, State ana County bonds.
John Fitzgerald D. Hawkswortb
Sam Waugh, F. E. White
George E. Dovey
ohn Fitzgerald. 8. Waugh.
jp j. ira.jsrsEjvr
Lover "Sir, I am passionately in
love with your daughter. Have I yoar
permission to ask for her hand in mar
riage?" Practical Papa 'That de-
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
QUR ANNUAL INVENTOR
We invoice February 1st and we find ourselves overstockr
linen of goods which must be reduced
KiQARDLESS OF COST. I
In order to run them off in a hurrv we have not taken 11, .
into consideration, but we have put the knife in clei for
tiiiiiil 4.1 .---.. ..... .... ir.ii ... '
u Linij ti mm nine as posHioir.
30 inch wool plaid former price
f0c now 3.'lct.
HO inch camel hair plaid go at 4Nc
regular (Tc goods.
40 inch home spun now AH cents re
duced from 05 cents.
40 inch habit cloth ilannels regular
GOet now 4'J cents.
30 inch dress ilannell a few odd
pieces left they go at 25, regular
35 cent goods.
We have too man Ladies swiss rib
bed vests and pants in Halbrig
gan and Natural goods that re
tail everywhere at 50 and 05 cts
We will let them out at at 4t)c
each or 75a suit.
Ladies scarlet vests and pants reg
ular $1.00 quality now 75c.
Childrens underwear at L'O percent
Ladies and childrens wool hose a
drive at 25c.
sactjues reduced t
Our $12 plush sacoucH
Our $'J0 plush Hat-ones
Our $15 plush
Our $"J0 pluh coats reduced
Our $30 plush coals reduced !
Our $40 plush coats reduced !
CLOTH NEW MARKETS.
Newmarkets that sold from $15 t
$20- Your choice at $10.
Newmarkets that sold from $10 t
$15 Your choice for $7.50.
Newmarkets that sold from $7.50 to
$10 -Your choice for $5.00.
Ladies Cloth Coat and cape at 2f
Childrens ami M isses Cloaks at half
FiirCapt-H at half priie.
Mulls at 20 per cent discount.
COMFORTS and BLANKETS,
Rt SO Percent,
All goods marls ad in plain figures and wo
do as wo advortioo,
MOW IS VOUff Cljfl.jTCK.
Toledo I Jlade
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HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
Having purchased the J. V. Weckbach store room on south
Main street where I am now located ' can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest having just put in the largest stock
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline stove
and furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan.
I. PEARLMAN. v
iraveungua Ulium ua
represent our well known
house. You ned no capital to renre-
a firm that warrants fltotk flrst-claes
and true to name. WORK ALL THE YESR
SlOuper month to right man. Apply quick.
stating ago. . LLMAYA CO.
'ursery, rmnet ana seeaHmen.se ram. Mini).
tinis aousew resposioie.)
F Q FqiQfiE o G2
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Iiour
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