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PLATTSMOUTH, NEIUtASKA. SATURDAY, FRHKUAllY 13 1892.
FIFTH Y K Alt.
Absol utely P u re.
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Latest U.S. uovernmeni ioou io-
BWRLINQTON & f ISSOURI ItlTEli R.
V TIME TABLE, y
F DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
No. 2 6:05 P.M.
No. 4 lu :ao it.
Mo. T;4 p. m
Ho. 10 8 :45 a. m
No. 12 10:14 a. n.
. 90 8 JO . n:
No l 3 :45 a. in
N o. ., 6 :5 p. n-
No. s. :0 a. m
!o. 7 ' rift a. m.
o. i.. .. :25p. m
No. il. ...5 :05 p. m.
..19 11 :05 a. m.
tj...,v,ii' in i.cs for Omaha about two
'clock I r umua anu win k
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MISSOURI PACIFIC RJLILWA.Y
w. u iunmndttuB Leave 10:65 a.m.
Mo 383 arrive
Trains daily except .-unday
4 ;00 p. m.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will b1t prompt atwrntloi
n htiinuiB entrusted to bin. OAlce ts
Vnloa block. East Side. Plattsmouth, Neb.
TTNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS1 Uauntlet Lodge
rv o. 47 Meetr every weaneuay evrmuK
t,.i, h ,ii in famii frmi? block. All via
Ulnc kntirhts are eoidtally invited to attend
M. N. Griffith. C. C. ; tin Dovey, K, R. S.
W . No. 84 Meets eecond and to jrth
A. t'rtriuv - wnlnis in the month ai O. A . K.
i n IT
hall in Kockwood block.
J. , . . . mm .1 ... n m
M. Vondran. M w.
F. P, brown. Kecoraer.
rTuMdavriiKhtat their hall" In Fitzgerald
T . . ... . ii .n4ia v mvirnn
rsen. N . G. ; S F. Ortiorn, Secretary
ROYAL AKtANAM-rrtHB Council No 1021.
m Ttit at. the K. of P hail In the Parmele &
Crate block over Benneit & Tutte, visaing
brethren invited Henry Geiliig, Regent;
Tbos Walling. Secretary,
r it a Mspid first. nci third Friday
evejings of each month atG. A. K. Hall
In Rockwook block. Frank Vermilyea, M, W.
D, E Euersole. Recorder.
DEGRF.E OF HON 'R. meets necond and
fourth Thursdays of each r onth in .0.
O. F hall in KHzg' raid bl ck. Mrs. F. Boyd.
Lady of Honor ; Belle Vennylea. recorder.
GA. K.McConihie Post No. 45 me ts every
tiir -v evoninir at 7: 30 11 "heir Hall in
Rockwood Mock AH visiting comrades are
cordially invited to et with us. Frea nates
Post Adiniant : ;. F. Niles. Pos- Commadder.
ORI)wK ' THE WOULD. Meets at 7:30
everv Mrnnav evening at the Grand Army
. . ; Tli..u W . . 1 1 1 . i w
ail. A. f . lirooill. Jliceiucut, J ""J
OASh CAMP No. 332 M W. A. mets every
second and F- nrth Monday ev nings in
Fitzwrald ha 1. visiting iieignoors welcome
p. v.. Hanxen. V. C. : P. ertenberger, w. A.
. C. Wilde. Clerk
ntpnrv If K PAIHK.lt CAMP NO 50-
Soiis of Yetarano. division of Nebraska. V
. A. mee' very -uesoa nigi i i .- "i
in th'-ir hall in itlgeram i o-k. an" i
visiting comrade are rordially invited to meet j
in. .. I I W.irtT -iiftiin.ii.der: 15. A. -C I
Elwain. lit -eaigent.
-r-v Ti. iiti- i:s (if :k. k j a liiui 01 I -rom- I
L i o IjhIw n . 40 tf.-ets the second ano I
lounn iiifrsoay eeIlll;, "l "
the I O. O. . h 11 Mis. T. E. Williams, N
. ; Mrs Jthn Tory. Secretary
Yi.UG MEN'S ' HI'I.-sTl'-N' SOCIATIOV
W aterman blotk ?lain Street. ICooirs
open fr in fi-jiia tit to S :30 p m. For men on'y
Gospel meet ng every Sunday alternoon at 4
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Catholic St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Fifth and hixth. Father Cainey, Pastor
Services: Viss at nd 10 :30 a. M. Sunday
School at 2 :3o. with benediction.
. . n- , .. . : . . . .. . . .. I ....... H II. I
Christian. Corner Locust and Eighth Sts.
Services morning and tveniBg. Eider A.
tial'oway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Erts'-OPAU-St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and V ine. Rev. H B. Burgess, pastor. Ser
vices Ml a.m. aud 7 :30P. m. Sunday School
at 2:30 P.M.
Ukkman Methodist. t-arner Sixth St-and
Granite. Kev. Hlrt. Pastor. Services : II A.M.
and 7 JOr.Jt. Sunday School lo :30 a. m.
Pkf.sbytfki an. services in new church, cor
ner Sixth and Cranite sts. Rev. J . T. Bain',
pastor Sundav-sc ool at 9 ;30 ; Preaching
at 11 a. ni."jd 8 p. m.
The . K. s. V.. E of this church meets every
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in ihe basemept f
thechucrh. All are invited to attend Hum
Fikst Methodist. Sixth St.. betwen Main
and Pearl. Rev L. F. Britt. 1. I), uastor.
Services : II A. M. 8 :00 P. m Sunda. School
9uWA m. Prayer nieeti.-g Wednesday even
ing. Gshmw PkbtkkiaN. Corner Main and
N-.uth. Rev Wltte. paster. Services us'ta!
hours. Sunday rchool -M A. M.
Swrr.nisH cpsr.Rir.ATiosAU-Graniie, be
tween Filth aud Sixth.' ..
Coi-okfd Baptist. Mt. Olive, oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh Rev. A. Bcswell. pas
tor Services u a. m. and 7 0 p. m. I rayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
Yocno" Men's Chhi-tiaw association
KMnisin Waterman block, Main street. ;os
pel meeting, for meu only, everv Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Kooms open week days
from 8:30 a. in., to 9 : 30 p. m.
south Pakk Tabkrn aclk. Rev. J. M.
Vod. i astor. Services : Sunday School.
Vis, in. : Kreachrng. 11a- m. and 8 p. i. :
The Plattsmouth Herald
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e renlng except Sunday.
Keisterei At the Plattsmouth, Neh. po-t-
o nefor traiismi.s-,io:i throuih 'he IJ. S. ina.ls
:i' second class rata.
Ofnee corner Vine and Filth streets
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THE democratic party of New
Orleans admits that that city is
overrun with hoodlums, and that
they are not negroes; and they are
shipping Winchester rifles into that
city for the purpose of keeping
order at the coming election.
The Herald has been informed
that the canning factory will be
operated this season, and that it
will be overhauled and themachin
erv cleaned ud so as to be ready as
soon as the season opens up to do
more canning than was ever done
in this city before.
A LOTTERY party without a lottery
and a boodle party without boodle .
. , 1 TVT !
present a saa speciacie. ic-w
W1 a TtAt1o i
But tne democrats sviu nave me ;
!iL 1 1J - Tl.n Mirvht '.
wini loucry uiuucy.
to keep a good many negroes from
EX-GOVEKXOK Foraker says that
he will lake his coat off for Sher
man, McKinley. or Harrison if
nominated. Foraker is always a
1 good fighter for somebocy else and
it looks as though the republicans
Ohio would again pull together
as they did last fall when McKinley
was elected by an old time
Governor Boies in his Denver
speech says: "The great issue of
1892 will be tariff reform." The
governor's speech was much more
discreet than his famous speech
down east, when he wrote "paupers"
over the doors of western farmers.
Boies will have one large advant
age over Hill he has a reputation
for honesty. Juler Ocean.
Hon. R. B. Windham read from
the compt'-oler's report of the cur
rency last night at the meeting of
the board of trade, which t bowed
that while all the other townsiu the
state of Nebraska had decreased in
Iheir individual bank deposits
f rrn 4 i ;nmi, nalta
1 1 ., ,v v s i.uf.v.i,iuv j
Platismoui ti had increased
i4.J. aiiis is ni t- ii iioi u i uiii y
ul.nn.itl ri 1 1 f 1 w 1 1 rt . 1 1 rl ttlrttl 5.11 fltttl.
nl.-ii i;s of hard linies i'l tliis citv.
COT TON TI?S.
It is to be hoped 'iatM . S.: iaer
wi!! insist npoi pas? ig ihe b 'l
putting ci tton ties upoi t.ie f ?e
list. The discussion suro to sp; :ng
up over this q'ifs !oi wi'l bring
out the i? i th.u s'.ice . beMcK'tiley
bill increased the du y on his c'ap
of goods 'omuj per a itadv.do e.n
to 1 3-10 ceils per pound ;'ie sc.! 'ii ir
prices of the i:es has decreased 20
per cent, and i he goods are now all
home made ins ead of the pioduct
of English fac.'o. 'es.
The oit se of vhe coi'.oa tie
mr k't i'.x th? last nvoyivs is the
besl evidence .batcouid beb'oiiifht
r. tvar I oi .'e sound '.ess of the
pi of p-o.ct "on and t'.ie i ie
t ii. Iv-e s'd it g ves in dc ciop'.n--t'.:e
i esou: ces of the corn y. Hr (..;
'o t'ic pass.'p o'-.be i'.'cKinley ct
'he r.i? i. 'a . e o' h
U n " : ed
s c paia no a - o.i o lie coi
toi a'le Li: fh In.- '-s had
con' tl o' hr't n?- i .and made a
lir--:!l d'p'a of ceih e.-eiy time
an An1? ciii bc'?.i oninkeamove
towa d produe'rg these goods.
Rather lhan force a fij;ht agp' st
well es'sbl Iiied ai d poweTi '
lo..e. the home ma.iu k u eis
turned lie"r a J.-.i o.i in o.i'e:
diiec.'ona aid !e ; ' he l"e!d cierr to
1 ";t fo e ',. ' fi.
T ie McK ilev tariff bill changed
a'l this. The increased protection
encouraged American manufac
turers o embark in the business.
nf:iio ..it i r n.. .
i iiiinj in cm jidiis j l tut; liouniry.
I and especially in
Ihe south, began
quantities. The result was exactly
what the friends of protection in
sisted it would be. The retail price
declined 20 per cent and the goods
were all made in this country, em
ploying American labor a;.u capital
and using American ma'er'als and
machinery. Jn the year ending
June 30, lS'.JO. we imported 41,01,033
pou:ids Now we have not im
ported a co.iou e tor over a year,
and '.her;' seems no prospect that
the British manufacturers will ever
regam a loo. hold in the trade on
this tide of the water while the
Here is a concrete instance of the
bdielit of a protective policy thai
will outweigh a carload of theory
on the advantages o ee trade
The increased la..f o.i cuiton tie
has Irausfe -red a large industry
bodily from Great Britain to the
United States, and the people are
enjoying the use of practically liit-
satne articles at a reduction ol
per cent from the old price. The
lesson is so plain that Hie way
faring man, though a democrat.
bs no excuse to err therein.
WHERE DO YOU GtT YOUrt COAL?
Do you know? Were you ever in
a coal mine? Can you imagine
what one looks I ke? Or what kind
of folks the miners are? Or how
their families live? After you have
read that splendid paper in the
March number of Demorest s
'family Magazine, "through the
Coal Country With a Camera," and
8tudied the twenty-odd pictures
WIllll lllltQltdtC J I, CVCI V 1
. vou spe ... . invested with a
w infprf,Ai. nnf1 wh- vmi md
rike" amo.ifr the miners.
you will better appreciate their
true significance. Photographs
were taken especially for this arti
cle, and have been reproduced in
"German Without a Master," by
Prof. A. de Rougemont, of
Chautauqua University, will be
incalculable value to
those who wish to study that useful
language; "The Home of a Special
ist" furnishes excellent ideas about
economizing space, and acheiving
artistic results without a great ex
penditure of money; and -'How to
Ivorize Plaster Casts" tells how to
make those pretty oraments look
like ivoi-3'. "Next Summer's
Garden" is in good season, so that
garden maybe planned properly,
and a profusion of flowers ensured
all through the summer; "Training
a Husband" will amuse everybody;
and there are other splendid
stories, and all the excellent depart
ments for which this magazine is
noted are replete with seasonable
things. The subscription price to
this ideal family magazine is only
$2 a year. Published by W. Jenn
ings Demorest, 15 E 14th St., New
Republican State Committee Call.
Omaha. Feb. 12. The state central
committee will meet at 2 o'clock
sharp Saturday afternoon, February
20, at the Millard hotel, Omaha, for
the purpose of apportioning repre
sentation of the several counties,
fixing upon the time and place of
the next state convention to elect
four delegates-at-large to the
national convention at Minneapolis,
and such other business as may
come before it,
S. D. Mercer,
Chairman Republican State Central
U. B. Balcombe, Sec'y-
R. D. McNurlin, of Weeping
Water, is in the city to-day.
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. H. Snj'der, price 75c per bottle.
George Duflield, a lad aged fifteen,
was brought before Judge Ramsey
on the charge of incorrigibility,
aud as The Herald goes to press
the case is being heard. The lad is
from Weeping Water.
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, ild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, Potatoes
Green and Dried Fruite, Vegetables
Cider, Beans, Wool, Hides, Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Beeswax, Feath
ers, Ginsing, Broomcorn, and Hops.
M. E. BALLARD
Cen. Com. Merchant and Shipper,
27 Market Street - St. Louis, Mo.
JVLTJXLiArerjini ea eju-I o tewithF
Freeh Heef. Pork. Veal. Mutton, Butter and
eggs kept constantly on hand.
Game of all kinds kept in Season.
SATISFACTION - GARANTELD
Cor. 0th St and Lincoln Ave
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
"w HARDWARE STOKE
S. E. 1 1 A 1.1. A. SON
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ituil wli. -i'
W. H. CiTsuiNi;
! i lit X.HON,
V irt- frutideut
-ooOT II 33 o
Capital Paid in
F B Giifliin-in J V J thru m, E Gieusel.
ne-iry Kik'.nbwrv. "1 Vonau. .1
A C'omiar. W"'Vette:'k in p. W
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A general bnriXing business trans
acted. Interest allowed tin de
NATIONAL : BANK
OF PLA'l'TsM! ITU, NHHKAh,i
'aid up cap tal
. .. Ifi.Oim.'r
is the verv iiet facilities lor the iii-.n.
transaction of liiti'H-ite
rocks, bonds, gold, governriei't a- 1 lony.i -
unties bought nd so!d. i lep'tsit" reciv
.nd interest allowed n tl.e certific'
drafts drawn, available in any part of ti
Jtiited States and all the prii eipal Imwdh :
XH.LKCTlOifS KADK AND PROMPT1 V RHMIT
TK.tl. I'.ghest market price pid tr 'oiinti Ws:
rants. State aim County houds
John Fitzgerald D. HawKsworrti
Sam Waugh. F. R. White
(ieorge hi. Dovey
ohn Fitzgerald. S. Waugh.
MANVFACTURF of ano
UIEDLESRLE IND RETAIL
dkal.fr in tbf.
CIIOCEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
Fl'l.L, LINK ( F
TOBACCO AND SMOKE.. S ARTICLES
alwaj'S in stock
p j. riajsrsEjsr
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
All orders left with the county clerk will be
promptly attended to.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE,
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
CLEARING OUT FOR SPRING STOCK.
"KXT WEEK DAWSON
JOB LOT OK TRIMMED 1 1 ATS AT ?U EACH,
WELL WORTH UX). ALSO A JOB EOT OK SAILORS
AT 75 CENTS, WELL TRIMMED, WORTH $1.50.
CIIILDKENS HOODS, AT 25 CENTS EACH, AND A
I'EW BOYS SPRING CABS AT 25 CENTS.
JOVV IS YOUf
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Harpers Magazine -Harper's
f 1 85
- 2 45
- 4 80
501 Vine Street.
muZ FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
..'ivin oarcha-ed the ) V. AVeckbach store room on aoutk
Main Trcet where Turn now located can 6ell goods cheap
nr than the cheapest having jut put in the largest stock
I' new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline store
and I'm nil ure of all kinds sold on the installment plan.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full aod Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils..
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hour,
FOR SALE OR EXGHANGA.
cr ACRES of Colora Jo land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth real-
Z-J-J estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain fr
some one; the land isAl. For further particulars call on or address
THE IIKKALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
i THE POSITIVE CURE.
wA SLY BBOTHEBS. M Warran BC, Kev York. FriceWaUl.
I IT. TDITjVK
Always has on band a full stock of
FLOUR AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
- Hay for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
CORNER SIXTH AND TINB
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
& l'EARCE WILL SELL A
Iowa State Register
Western Rural -The
e irjqe o Subscribe
Furnish Your House.
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17, 10, 21, AND 335 yAIN ST,
F. R. GUTHMANU. PROP-
Races f4.50 per week and vr.
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