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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, Til U LSI) AY. MARCH 3 1892
A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavenintr strength
Latest U. S. Government food re
port. BWRLINQTON & MISSOURI RIVEU It. V.
V TIME 1 ABLE. J
F DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
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No. i, 5 . n-
No. 5, 9 :05 a. m
so. T lft a. m.
No. 0, 2f P, m
No. 11, ... :05 p. m.
1 11 5 a. m.
....5 :06 P. M,
...10 JO a. a.
...7; 44 p. m
....10 -.14 a. w
Bushoell's extra leaves for Omaha about tYo
'clock for O in ah a and will accommodate pas
sengers. MISSOURI PACIFIC RJLIL.WA.Y
No. 384 Accomodation Leave 10:86 v.
No 3S3 ' arrives 4 ;00 i. m.
Trains dally except Punday.
A. N. BTJLLTTAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will plv. prompt a"1?
ail bustneea entrusted to him. Office In
VbIob block. East Side. Plattsmoutb. Neb.
no. '1. Meets every Wednesday evening
at tbelr br tt In Parmele Craig block. All vis
Itlnc kn-"h i are eoidlally invited i attend
M. N. C Jl-tli. C. C. ti Povey.K.B. B.
AO, U. W. No. 84 Meets second and fourth
Friday evenings in the month at t. A . K.
all in Bockwood block, M. Vondran, M W,
F, P, Brown, Becorder.
. oa a iaa t o O F. meets ev
en Tuesday night at their hallln Fltzgen W L
lock. AU Odd Fellows are cordiaUy invited j
toattend when visiting In the city. Chris Pe,
ersen, N. G. ; B. r . osoorn. pcticimj
nOYAJ. ABCANAM-Css Conncll o 1021.
R Meet at the K, of P. hall In the Parmele &
t Mock over Bennett & Tutts, vlslrtng
brethren invited. Hei
Thos Walling, Secretary,
A O. U. W..8 Ileels first and third Friday
evenings of each month at G. A. B. Ball
In Bockwook block. Frank Vennilyea, M, W.
D, B. Euersole, Becorder.
TMJGBrE OF HONOB. meets seeond and
fourth Thursdays of each month In l.O.
O. F hall In Fitzgerald block. Mrs. F. Boyd,
Lady of Honor ; Belle Vermylea. recorder.
GA. B-McConlhle Poet No. 45 meets every
Saturday evoninp at 7 : 30 In their Hall in
Bockwood block. All vlsitins comrades are
cordially Invited to meet with us. I? red ates.
Post Adjniant ; G. F. Nlles. Poet Commadder.
ORDEB OF THE WOBLD. Meets tX 7 : 30
every Monnav evening at the Grand Army
ball. A.F. Groom, president, Thos Walling,
-ASS CAMP No. 332 M. W. A. meets 'ivery
second and Fourth Monday evnlng in
Fitzeerald hall, visiting neimioors wnioim,
P.O. Hansen. V. C.
8. C. Wilde, Clerk.
P. Wertenberger, W. A.,
. t-t- t w XT a Pil.URR DAMP
f vrtrin. division of Nebra ka. U
S. A. meet every Tuesday nigni ai j " cm-l-.j
v w " . , . . I A
visiting comrades are cordially invited to meet
with us J. J. Kurtz. Commander; B. A. He
i thoir hall in tf lticreraia n oes. ii nou- mi"
nwain. Ut Seargent.
DAUGHTERS OF FEBEPCA- Bud of From-1-e
Lodge No. 40 meets the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each nioi.th in
the I O. O. F. hslb Mrs. T. E. Williams, N
G. ; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary.
YOUNG MEN'S CHBISTION SOCIATION
Waterman block. Main fet-cet. Booms
open from 8 -.30 a m to 9:30 pin. For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday afteiaoou at 4
PLACES OF TVORSHIP.
Cathoijc. St. Paul's Church, ak. bet we n
Fifth and Sixth. Father Carney, rrntor
Services: Mass at Sand 10 iM a. m. Sunday
8chool at 2 0, with benediction.
Christian. Corner Locust and FM. - - .
Services morning and evening. , Elder A.
Galloway pastor. 8nr.day School ia a. m.
Episcopal. 8t. Luke's Church, corner lriC
and Vine. Bev. H B. Burgess, pastor, t --vices:
11 A. M. and 7 -JO P. Jt. Sunday bebr-.i
at 20 p.m.
Obbmak Methodibt. Corner Sixth St. acd
Granite. Bev. Hlrt. Pastor. Services :11A.M.
and 7 CO p.m. b-t oday School 10 :30 A. m.
PbesbttebiaS. Services in new i:-ii -ner
Stxtb and Granite sts. Bev. J . T. t
pastor. Sunday-school a. 9 ; 30 ; e.
The B. S. C. E of this church meets evcv
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 In the basement oi
thechucrb. All are Invited to attend thene
vikst Mkthodist. Sixth St., betveu Main
ad PearU Bev. L. F. Brltt. D. D. pastor.
Services : 11 A. M.. 8 0 P. M Sundav School
,30 a. M. Prayer meeting W ednesday even
rj.Dvix PRK8BYTKB1AN. Corner Main and
Ninth! Bev. Wltte. pastor. Services usual
hours. Sunday School 9 -.30 A. m.
Swekdish Coobboational. Granite, be
tween Fifth and Sixth.
Colored baptist.-MI. Olive. Oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh, Bev. A. Boswell. pas
tor. Serv tees li a. m. and 7 JOp.m. Prayer
meeting: Wednesday evening.
YOUSO MtS'S CHBISTIAH ASSOCIATION
Booms In Waterman block, Mala street. Gos
pel meeting, for men only, everv Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Booms open week days
from -30 a. m.. to 9 : 30 p.m.
South rxr - iakh. jh.i-i..-- ,.
SOUTH PAFK TAErnNACLK. ?ev.
gVir mUttsuwulh gjcntld.
COK.NKK OF VIXK AND FIFTH STS.
.NOTTb BROS Publishers
Published cvciy Tlturt-luy, mid tliiily
every welling except Sumlity.
K'ejiistered at 1 lie l'lul turnout li, Nebrul:u
Mst pfiice an k-imikI clu-s nutil mutter for
runMiiiiiscduri through the V. S. mails.
TEKJIS I'l K WKI KI.V.
One j-t-ar in atlvuitce - - - - $1 5(1
One year not in advance - - - - 'i (W
Six niontlis in advance - w
Three months in advance 40
TEkMS OK PAILV.
One year in advance - - f 0 i
One copy one inont li - - - - - . :i
Per week by carrier - - 15
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN-
The republican electors of the
state of Nebrj-.ska are requested to
teiid deleptes from iheir sever: 1
coi: iies to meet in convention i '
the city of Kerrney Wcdnes:
April 27,1'9'i, at il o'clock a. m., or
the puvpose of elect ing four dele
gates at large to the republican na
tional convention to be held im
Minneapolis June 7, 1892.
TH ' APPORTIONMENT.
The several couniiec are entitled
to representation as follows, be'ug
based upon the vote cast for Hon.
George II. Hasiin-s for attorney
general inlSfO, giving o:ie delegate
at lage lo er.ch county and one for
each 130 votes end the major frrc
. oa the cof:
Blaine 2 Keith
Iioyd 2! Kimball 2
Boone 5 Knox 5
Box Butte 61 Lancaster 36
Brown 4i Lincoln 6
Buffalo 10 Logan 2
Butler 7 Loup 2
Uurt K'JIadison 6
Cuming 7j Perkins 3
Custer - 12jPierce 3
Dakota 4:Phelps 4
Dawes 7 Platte 4
Dawson 7 PolK 5
Deuel !Ked Willow 6
frtw ioa ....
ell Saline 14
3 Sarpy 4
t Saunders 8
5 Scotts Bluff 2
5 Seward 10
5j Sheridan 6
Xlnrlark . . ...... 4
Ifownrrl ....... 4
Hooker J... 2
It is recomended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present1 be auth
orized to cast full votes of the del-
It recommended that the repuoli
cans of eve.-y courly in this sti te
be requested to select their co-ti.
central committee at the fir&t coun
ty convention held in their respec
tive ro unties. Said committee 'o
serve ti.:til the county convention
of 1S03 be held.
Dn. S. D. M :rcer,
Walt. M. Stilly.
I'IRST D1S TR1CT CONVENTION.
The reprblican electors of the
First congressional district of the
stale of Nebraska are requested lo
send delegates from the several
counties comprising said district to
meet in convention in the city of
Falls City, Wednesday, April 20,
IS-!, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing two delegates
and 1 'o alternate delegates io the
republican national convention to
be he-cl at Minneapolis June 7, 1892.
The several counties are entitled
lo representation as follows, Le
ing based upon the vote cast for
Hon. W. T. Connell for congress in
1390. One delegate for each 1CJ
voirs and major fraction thereof
and one delegate at lrrjre Iron 3cl.
Counties. Del. 'Counties Del.
Cass 1H Otoe 13
Johnson 10 Pawnee ........ 13
Lancaster 45 Kicbardson...... .. 16
It is recommended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present l:om
each county cast the full vote o2 the
W. H. WOOWA"D,
J AT SHALL MAKE OUR SUN
. - ' '
be the iai
e of our Sun-
lo be istir even noble when one
thinks about the growth of common
he.ie. The it'ya of a day of rest for
man cad loast ought to ask no aid
from revel; lion, so eaisly should it
reoo.-e upon the wants of our race.
And i' to 11 is conception of rest be
add-d the idea of a certain high and
niiir; I education, the day (should
sidl find ample support in the pro- J
cess of season. A majority of
Americans perhaps fdvor the day
bee u.e of Hi -it religious beliefs
and f'-elin; but almost the entire
pooi" laiioii ou,ht to confess the
value of a season by any former
e. iod. The multiplying millions,
the avaLened inteMect which can
grow in ice as easily r.s in virtue,
L'.ie .leedless work and pain of a
pc ple made half wild by liberty,
t!ie value of all true education and
frl in toe c' ur;h to 'discover what
kind of Sunday will most truly bles:;
man. not only as a relig-ious bciiig"!
but albo as a being capable oi a
grcaine:--' and happiness upon
earth. The occpuation of this coun
try by the European Sunday ought
to be looked upon as only a calam
ity. Such a day intensifies passion
the Sunday was designed to abate.
It doubles the opportunity of both
vice pnrl crime. Under it society
csva 1V3 indeed, but the spectacle is
a poor one compared wilh the
v' j'onof a great nation h .-which,
the d -earner sees the labors of the
week all suspended for one day, the
dens of temptaMon all closed, the
churches, the parks, the libaries,
liie 5,i'-llerlss, the fields all open, and
t -?quenled by millions of persons
in youi'j or in old age wh one day
in seven touch existance on its
greater side. If these millions can
not all feel with the Hebrews that
God is in these silence, they can all
feel for one day each week that
there is much of nobleness and hap
pinsa possible to mankind. .
G?aJJemen would jotuse "Blush
of Poses" if it w?.s a paint or pow
der, of course not. It i clear an
water, no sediment to all the pores
el the &kio. Ite mission ia to Iionl,
ctean.se aid mri:"y I e cou)l J.Oii
ol evei-y imperf-'t'on, and injures
every lady and gjentleman a clean,
tmooth complexion. Sold by O. H.
Snyder. Price 75 cents.
Notice of Stock Holders Meeting.
The annual meeting the stock
holders of the Plattemouth Loan
and Building Association will be
held Monday March 7, 1892 at 8 a. m.
a I Rock wood Hal!.
2t T. M. Patterson, Sec'y.
A Million Friends
A friend in need is a fried indeed,
and not les'j than one million peo
ple have found just such a friend in
Or. King's New Discovery for con
Li'inpi'on, coughs, and colds. If
you never have u "d this great
cough medicine, one trial will con
vince you that it has wonderful cur
ative powers in all diseases of the
throat chest and lungs. Each bot
tle is jvvarmiteed to do all that is
claimed or money w;H be refunded
Trial bottle free at I
G. Fricke &
j Co's drugstore,
Large bottles COc
Take Ralrena for your blood, liv
er and kidneys. It cures Nervous
nnd general debility, Rheumatism
iU'.poressed or painful periods, dys-p-,--'a,
indigestion, billious attacks
fc'.-'ii eruptions,, urinary complaints,
and the worst blood disorders
known. It is the best tonic on ear'h
for the debilitated. Prce $1 at O.
H. Suydar and Brown & Barrett.
No hsalthy person need f?ar s:u,
Or 5?oUw- consequences from ? i
Pi c': of la grippe if prop? y
..?rd.. It is much the same as a
tevtv-e cold and requires preci 'y
i tie same treatment. Remain quiet
Jy i't home and take ChamberJnla's
l Oi" o ll iiiec"y a ti' i-ectet"; for a r f-
k cotti puu-j.u.j 'i kuu i u.u-
' 4 J V
old pua y -jvo.j'u ?utt
e r-covory to io'.Io".
j s iTmetiy f : o roi- iitbcij i. jy
acy oil" ' i pne tor?. -Mr i
puciiiiion". Auiojrr the many
t liouuaud.s vso -u vc ucil it during
f be epk' - ."-s ot' the pi-, t l.-o ye:'r -V7C
h?ve ynt ;o lfro of i: bin-!c
ca e .' uat iu'o not recovered or On i
has ve.-i-ltd in pneumonia. 23 and
Z0 cut bottles for srle bv F. G.
l rlcke & Co.
t :?nerfor the completion, most
userul toilet mad", is highly mtjdi
cal'td and perfumed. Pemovos
piniplen; makes the skin clear aud
velvety, 50 cents at Brown & Bar
rets and O. H. Snyder.
The Hhndsomsc t Lady In Pla' tsmouth
Remarked, to a friend the other
daythate.be knew Kemp's Balsan
for the throat and lungs waj a sit
pei lor remedy, as it stopped her
cough instantly when other cough
remedies had no effect V7h::tever. So
to prove thi and conviuc- you of
its merit- i-ny .ir.ggi?i wing ve 3-01 .
asample bo ilk. free. Large si
sLudv, whether it comes from the ! thr,t tin y were three inches deep on
t. ehi,, - .(. the road (which probably wasn't).
art or the fields or the sanctuaij, . v i i i i . ..k
, . , At about 4 o clock the locusts percn-
jo n ia asking the thinners power- ed d for the r5,Pnti fimiing a lodg-
LOCUSTS IN ALCIETC
An Army "h a Front of Tliree Mil,
The fliirht oi ''mcIi tlicv oriHriallv I
formed members i 1 u front of lont
three niilt-s (ru!:il' I by the wi 'th I
. t ii . .i . . i if...,.
the valley), says ' the Curitli il Mi-jn-zine.
They traveled fail ly fast ; i int
i ri -x myself along- the level path f.r 1
1 yards in the lir'Cti')ii of their p:;;-a'.'o,
must confess to havir.' been out
paced by them. The main body was
nearly iive hours in passing a iven
joint. Almost the greater number of
them Jlew at a considerable heigiit in
the air but did not perceptibly darken
the sky. That ni-rht, in the little
country anberge whert! I stayed, two
team dVivers.one a Spaniard, the other
a Sicilian. were comparing notes. One
said that in the mi i.-t of tlui swarm he
could not see the sun; the other, that
he could not drive his team against
them, as the horses refused to face
them (which was probably true), and
log on the hot, iot ground, in vine
yards, corn". Ids, and a wood or two.
Tie 1 rantie 'i -tors did all in their
p r.ver to p . t such a calamity; but
one can not f.gat a snowstorm, nor a
flight of locusts, either. In the vine
yards the acridians were everywhere;
in the cornlielda they perched, head
upward, one above the other, four or
five on each stalk; in the woods they
massed themselves upon tha tree
trunks, facing the declining sun. Thus
do they like to take an afternoon nap
after the fatigues of their day's jour
ftey, sunning themselves to the last
moment as evening draws on. Espe
cially do they love to find sandy banks,
or a good dry road:,- facing the sunset
and: so they rest, motionless, for the
Next morning they ought to have
fot up, and, after a hasty toilet and
reakfast, they ought to have winged
their way onward again northward;
they generally start so soon as the sun
has dried the air and their wings. But
to the exasperation of the proprietors
of the land, they stayed two days.
mating and egg-laying, before mov
ing. In this interim many of them
died or were put to death, and here
we are arrived at a few of the graves.
Before this present year most people
believed that after mating and egg
laying the locusts would die a natural
death. It isn't true. No doubt vast
quantities do die, but these are hardly
an appreciable fraction of the whole
So, after two days, on went the sur
vivors. They had eaten nothing! This
is on the principle of the cabbage but
terfly, who leaves her eggs exactly
where the young caterpillar can find
plenty of food so soon as he is born.
Tke locusts had left the vineyards and
the cornfields for their sons and daugh
ters, the crickets, to make a meal of so
soon as they should be hatched. For
here we are arrived at the cradles.
The female locusts had laid their eggs
an inch or so underground, and in
from ten to twenty-five days' time, ac
cording to the heat and character of
the soil, the eclosion the hatching
would occur. And what were the ex
asperated proprietors to do
while? . "
In the Antipodes.
In all iip-coiintrv places mn drink
tea. They drink it all day long and at
every meal in amazing quantities and
at a most unwholesome strength. The
method of preparation is simple, and
one would think that if the aim were
to brew a concoction altogether poison
ous it ought to be effectual. On Sun
day mornings the tea-maker starts
with a clean pot and a clean record.
The pot is hung over the tire with a
sufliciency of water in it for the days
brew, and when this has boiled he
pours into it enough of the fragrant
herb to produce a deep coffee-colored
liquid. On Monday, without remov
ing yesterday's tea-leaves, he repeats
the process. On Tuesday da capo and
on Wednesday da capo, and so on
through th week. Toward the close
of it the great pot is filled with an
acrid mash of tea leaves, out of which
the liquid is squeezed by the pressure
of a tin oup. By this time the "tea"
is of the color of rusty iron, incredibly
bitter and disagreeable to the unedu
cated palate. The native calls it "real
good old post and rails" (the simile
beinr obviously drawn from a stiff
and dangerous jump) and regards it
as having been brought to the very
pitch of perfection. Doctors tell cf
cases resulting from this abuse which
inSpiv hnrder. n the r m-inii'ostations.
I on the of the deiiri.ara tremens.
Two Recipes for Cooking Bananas.
Place eight bananas, peeled (not
overripe), in a silver or enameled pan,
and pour over them half a pint of good
claret or burgundy, with three ounces
of sifted sugar and the juice of half a
lemon. Stew very gently for twenty
or twenty-five minutes. Serve cold,
with whipped cream.
Six bananas, one well-beaten egg,
four dessertspoonfuls of flour, and
two dessertspoonfuls of sugar. Mash
the fruit into a pulp with a fork, add
the other ingredients, beat up well,
drop half a dessertspoonful at a time
into boiling fat, turn as soon as set, and
keep turning until fried a nice brown.
Can be eaten either hot or cold.but are
rather rich hot.
I In February, 1877, Qeen Victoria re
ceived from th.3 empress of Brazil a
(dress woven entirely of spiders' webs,
rwhich for iineness and beauty is said" to
ianrDass the most splendid silk.
ATOVV IS YOUl'l
The Weekly "'""so2
- 2 4."
- 4 m
501 Vine Street.
Everything to Furnish Voui House.
Having ouicba ;ecl the J. V. Wn ly, "i sio-e i'oo noi south
Main street where! am now 'ovated can b 'H foot's cheap
er than the cheapest bcr' )' jvr.t put in the Ji-.-pbt stock
of new goods eve brocbL to the c j . Gaso':ue store
and itiisi'twre o? M kind sold en the -taMment t)1?.?.
F Q FBioqe C2
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Fall and
Drugss Medicines, Faints, and Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGA.
try 0"v ACRES of Colorado land for sale or trade for Plattsmouth real
ZiJ estate or for merchandise of any kind. This is a bargain for
some one; the land is Al. For further particulars call oa or address
THE HERALD, Plattsmouth, Neb.
E POSITIVE CURE.
ELY BROTHERS, M Warren
j if. ioTj-srsr
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 VINE
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
T ' . SIXTH STREET
F. H. ELLENBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market Also fresh
Eggs and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
HXTH STPl ET
A. Great Surpriee
13 in eLore for all who use Kemp'f
Balsan for the throat and lungs iie
great guaranteed remedy. Would
3 ou believe that it is sold on ii3
merits and that any druggits is au
thorized by the progrielor of this
wonder! ul remedy to g:ve you a
tample bottle free? It never xails
to cure acute and chronic coughs.
All drugpists sell Kcmp'e Ba'sam.
Le rge Bottled 50c and SI.
Z-Govercor rumaa wrllcs: Send
i nr,f do. en Rsil Road Pn'.n Ci e
' with bill, it cure : movi ac J. T. - -S
: !ian any other pr'p .:'t:oa 1 h -.ve
rccd or Iinown. 25c and oOc at O- H.
i S jyder and Brown &. Barrett.
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