The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, April 08, 1892, Image 2
I! it X' I IS ' it. '4 if 1 ?i , . . - . V i: i. Ji 8 fel A & 4r$ flt'c Inch yic r-Wvl l7 Cmrrr ZA 1 1 L JJU JL ls) Vv-yw-y III'- ui uvi proffering another brand. cerrainjq; fake nooli?er, wc And ali shrewd dealers keep it, Mexican Mustang A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast A long-tested pain reliever. Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by ever one requiring aa effective liniment. o other application compares with it in efficacy. I his well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. Mo medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustano Liniment. Occasions arise for its use almost every day. All druggists and dealers have it. WILL KEEP COXSTaVT' OX HAN) A Full and Drugs, Medicines, DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES j Prescriptions I aivl'iilly HENRY BOECK The Leading FURNITURE BEALEP AND UNDERTAKR. Cir&tHntly Keep on hand everyttih. you ne"d n furnish your iiouw. t'OKNKK MXTH ANO MAIN STUKKT Plattsmouth Neh Family Student School Library : : S-H-O-U-L-D Own a Dictionary. J ' Cars should bo tien to ,ET THE BEST. T WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE IJiTKKAATiOJIAL. NEW FKOM COVER TO CO VEX, nccESSOR or THE unabridged. 5 i ton mployed. OTor $300,000 expended, Sold by all Bookseller. i O. C. MEREIAlf CO. PublUbors, . SprUffield. Me-. .8. A. jDo not buy teprinU of obeoltuj H I II ' 1 1 II . - - - i i ii - i 12 tllvVSSCnSpri.H.Mi- i . , .: . ; MKT v s - ill i fa a. a v f e. b i I r i , - "SANTA CLAU5 SOAP list none but tbe best, are you behind the rest ?" 2 J -I I CI liniment. ('"iiipbtr :in Paints, and Oils. AND PURE LIQUORS rMpi2iiiii'l ( t Hon mm WHITE Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water. DUSKY DIAL'.OIID TAR SOAP. For Farmers, Miners and Mechanics. Ours Chapped Hands, Wound, Burn, Sto A. ZUahtfal Shampoo. Fon MEH OHLV YOU1IO HnOLD 11X17 IT ii tni niu ir in sunns If IISEME. Tkr mm wriu aasru im umuiitm, SHAKE OFFTHC HORRID SNAKE Ikay nnir ui w iiiy our hew ca:x (MM) f Ifclllli M.ia m AMUttoa at tke Ore MM.."i.7r y wiimwiyiM ,1 sae klltty. WhIum ui Sfta4. UeM f Brrne YCOirJt SCHIFFMANH'8 Asthma uf . ' ' , T J V '-Tit - .'IIVi'l't'Ml'ClJ .tislooq'S (i j-IioV IIov Of.iH kiMka trnueu Wear. muuV. 7 taUrVn ! w" T.1Ml5 MMIFUtlillWtouUlfcg MB WOO M . TTMrt 7V ERIK M tDICALCO.UFFAXO,tt.Y. . . . i i republican: state conven tion. Tlie republican electors of the state of Nebraska are requested to neml delejjatea from their several counties to meet in convention in the city of Kearney Wednesday April 27,1 8J2, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of electing four dele gates at large to the republican na tional convention to be held in Minneapolis June 7, 1892. THE APl'OKTIO.NMEXT. The several counties are entitled to representation as follows, being based upon the vote cast for Hon. George 11. Hastings for attorney general in 18'J0, giving one delegate at large to each county and one for each 1H0 votes and the major frac tion thereof: Counties AchllllS Antelope . . Uiiiiiier lilaim; ISoyd li'liTH' .. . Mux Hutte. Brown liuliiilo. .. ISutler Hurt Ciiss Ceiar ... Chase Clievetme Cherry Ciav Oil fax Cuming Custer Dakota.... I)awes Del. ... 11 Counties Johnson Kearney Iveve I'aha . . . Keith Kimball Knox Lancaster .. . Lincoln liuan IvOlip Mail ison Mcl'hearsoo Merrick X ii net? Xemaha Xuckolls Del. ... 7 . .. 0 .. . :i 3fi Otoe I'awnee ... IVrki?is Mierce Illelps 1'Iatte I'olk... k'cd Willow .. WicharUsou . IVock Saline Sarpy Saunders . . . Scotts Hluff.. Seward . . Sheridan Sherman .. . Sioux Stanton Thayer Thomas Thurston . alley .. Washington . Dawson Deuel Dixon Doilire I ii)i la s. . . . DiMidy Kilniore. ... Kranklin . . Frontier ... Furnas GaKe C.arfieM .... ( iosper. . . . lirant (ireelv Hall ! Hamilton ... Harlan I I a yes Hitchcock.. Holt Howard. . ... Hooker Jellersonj. .- l 11 11 10 1! Wiivue Webster Wheeler York . . i Total .. 12 . .WW It is recomended that no proxies be admitted to the convention, and that the delegates present be autli orized to cast full votes of the dele gation. It recommended that the republi cans of every county in this state be requested to select their county central committee at the first conn tv convention held in their respec live counties. Said committee to serve until the county convention of lS'.tt be held. I)K. S. I. Mekckk, Chairman. , Walt. M. Seeley. Secretary. FIRST DIS TRICT CONVENTION. The republican electors of the First congressional district of the state of Nebraska are requested to send delegates from the several counties comprising said district to meet in convention in the city of Halls City, Wednesday, April 20, 1891, at 7:30 o'clock p. tn., for the purpose of electing two delegates and two alternate delegates to the reoublican national convention to be held at Minneapolis June 7, 1892. THE AKPORTIOXMEXT. The several counties are entitled to representation as follows, be imr based upon the vote cast for Hon. W.J. Connell for congress in 1890. One delegate for each 100 votes and major fraction thereof and one delegate at large from each county: Counties. Del.lComities Del Cass I'M toe i:j Johnson. .. 111 Pawnee 13 Lancaster 4i' K'ichardson ! Xemaha 1U 1 Total J.'S It is recommended that no proxies be admitted to the convention, and that the delegates present from each county cast the full vote of the delegation. W. II. WOOWARD, Chairman. Kraxk McCartney, Secretary. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN PRIMAR IES AND CONVENTION. The republican electors of Cass county are requested to meet in primary conventions on April 9, 1892, for the purpose of electing del egates to attend the republican county convention to be held at Vreeping Water on April 16, 1892, at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp for the pur pose of selecting nineteen delegates to attend the district convention to beheld at Falls City on April 28, 1892, and fourteen delegates to attend the state convention at Kearney to be held on April 27, 1892, and tor the transaction of such other business as may come before the convention. The basis of representation is fixed at one - delegate for every - fifteen votes, or major fraction thereof, cast for George H.Hastings for attorney general at the general election held in 1890, and -one delegate-at-large for each ward and precinct. Wards and piecincts entitled, to Ablegates, and times and place" for holding primaries,. as follows: Tipton, f delegates, Wilkinson &. Stopher's lumber office. 5 p. ni. - Greenwood, 3 delegates, town hall, 7 p. m. , i ,-. ' V . . .' - J Salt Creek, 7 delegate. Greenwood town, 7 p. ui. Stove Creek, & delegate. G,. A. R. hall. Klmwoo'd. S p. m. delegates, Murdock, 4 delegates, school 8 p. ni. South Hend, house, 7:110 p. in. Center, 0 delegates, Manley, 3 p. m. Louisville, 7 delegates, Justice Cline's office, 8 p. m. Avoca, 6 delegates, Hutchins school house, 3 p. ui. Mt. Pleasant, 5 delegates, Gilmore school house, 4 p. in. Kight Mile Grove, 7 delegates, Heil school house, 3 p. in. Liberty, 7 delegates. Union, 7 p. m. Nehawka, 6 delegates, Nehawka, 7 p. m. Kock Hinds, First district, 0 dele gates, Murray, 1 p. in. lv'ock Hluffs, Second district, 3 del egates, K'ock IJluiTs, 7 p. in. Plattsmouth precinct, 7 delegates, Taylor school house, 4 p. m. Plattsmouth ciy, First ward, 8 delegates, council chamber, 5 to 7 p. in.; Second ward, 8 delegates, school house, 5 to 7 p. m.; Third ward, 11 delegates, Ridley's lumber office, 5 to 7 p. m. ; Fourth ward, 9 delegates, county clerk's office, 5 to 7 p. m.; Fifth ward, 4 delegates, school house, 5 to 7 p. m. Weeping Water precinct, f dele gates, Cascade school house, 7:30 p. m. Weeping Water city. First ward, 5 delegates, Churchill building, 8 p. m.; Second ward. delegates, coun cil chamber, 8 p. in. ; Third ward, 3 delegates, Tidball & Fullers's oflice, 8 p. in. Total, lo4 delegates. M. M. HrjTLER, Chairman pro tem. A. L. Tim BLI N, Secretary. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada K. Hurd of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on mjr lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in consump tion. Four doctors gave me up say ing I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, de termined if I could not stay with 1113' friends 011 earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My hus band was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds. I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles; it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s drug store, regular size, a()c. and $1.00. Rheumatism cured in a day. 'Mystic Cure" for rheuniatisi-:i and neuralgia radically in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is rem arkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediatelN' disappears. The first dose greatly benefits, 7.1 cents Sold by F. (i. Fricke 1VC0. A Great Surpriee Is in store for all who use Kemp'f Halsau for the throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on its merits and that any druggits is au thorized by the progrietor of this wonderful reined- to give you a sample bottle free? It never fails to cure acute and chronic coughs. All drugpists sell Kemp's Halsam. Large IJottles oOe and $1. Catarrh in Colorado. I usedKly's Cream Balm for dry catarrh. It proved a cure H. F. M. Weeks, Denver. Ely's Cream Hlm is especially adapted as a remeby for catarrh which is aggravated by alkaline Dust and dry winds. V. A Hover Druggist, Denver. I can recommend Kly's Cream Balm to all suffers from dr- catarrh from personal experience. Midiael Herr, Pharmacist, Denber. Jvlj- s Cream Halm has cured C A w . many cases 01 caiarrn. it is in con stant demand Geo. W. Iloj-t, Phar macist, Cheyenne, U y. Startling Facts. The American people are rapidly becoming a rase of nervous wrecks and the followtng suggests, the l-MTldv-' n 1 T dl f 1 1 1 ri I 1 1 1 tllnf 1 ; ,1 ot cutler, I'emi, swears that when his son was spechless from st. Vitus Dance Dr Miles great Restorative Nerving cured him. Mrs. J. I Miller of Valprai and. J. D. Taolnr. of Logansport, Ind each gained 20 pounds 11 an taking it. Mrs. II. A. Gardner, of Vastulr Ind, was cured of 40 to 50 convulsions easy and much aeadach. dizzness, bockach and nervous prostiation by one bttle. Trial bottle and fine boek of Nervous cures free at F. G. Fricke, 6c Co., who recomeuds this unequailed remedy. Some Foolish People allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine They say. "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it wears "them away. Could they be induced to try the successful Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would see the excellent effect after taking the hrst dose. Price 50c and $1. Trial size free. At all druggist. Naw Washington renn , People Are not slow about taking hold of a new thing, if the article has merit. A few months ago David Byers. of that place, bought his first stock of Chamberlain's Cough remedy. He has sold it all and ordered more. He says: "It has iriven the best of satisfaction. I have warrahtad ev ery bottle and have not had one come back." - 25 -cent, 50 cent, and $1.00 bottles for sale by F. G. Gricke & Co., druggists. ' " ; foiigh Following the Crip Many person, who have recovered from la grippe are "now troubled with a persistent ! cousrh. Cham berlain's -cough remedy will promptly loosen this' cough and relieve the lungs, effecting a per manent enre in a verv short time. 25 and 50 cent bottle for sale by . O. Fricke .Crf. Jvlmwood, 6 How to Cure for TrolHr. When the horse come iu from '.n work rub him till over from his eurs r his tail and down to his knees wit h wash as near the temperature of his Inxly us possible. To make this wah take ono part alcohol, two parts pure witc h hazel and three or four times as much oft water as the combined quantity of al cohol and witch hazel. IJvery ninse'.o should be rublied thoroughly. Throw a medium weight blanket over tho lxrs now, and let him stand until j ou have put tho bandages on. Use the name wash for the legs us for the body, but have it cold. After put ting the wash on the legs, rub them weil with the palm of the hand, always rub bing down, never up. Put tho bandage 011 immediately after tho rubbing. lii;I all his heels perfectly dry with clean, dry rags. Care should bo taken in this, as cracked heels are very stublxirii uiiJ often lay a horse up for tho season. Throw the blanket back from tho head and scrape out all wash that re mains, most of it will have entered the pores of the body; cover up his shoul ders and scrapo tho rest of tho body; take a clean, dry rag and rub him all over lightly, always rubbing with tho hair as much as possible; now put h light hood on him and an extra blanke t over his loins, and after looking at his heels again walk him out for about lives minutes, then bring him in, and should he have broken out any while walking scr?lio him again lightly, aft?r whicii give him another li.v'.it rubbing for my four or five minutes, when ho (should again bo walked for about ten minutes, and again taken in and rubbed slightly, after which put on lighter blankets an 1 continue to reduce tho weight as tli9 heat leaves the body. Rider and Driver. A Cum for Laziness. A traveler in the course of a morning walk in Amsterdam came upon a group gathered around a well, into which n strongly built man had just been let down. A pipe, whose mouth was at the top of the well, had been opened, and a stream of water from it was flowing into tho well and gradually filling it. The man below had quite enougli to do, if he did not want to bo drowned, to keep the water out by means of a pump which was at the bottom of the well. The traveler, pitying tho man, aske 1 for an explanation of what seemed to be a cruel, heartless joke. "Sir," replied -an old man standing near, "that fellow is, as you soe, healthy and btrong. 1 have myself offered him work twenty times, but he always al lows laziness to get the better of hi?n. and will make any excuse to big LJ bread from door to door, though U; might easily earn it if he chose. "We are t.ow trying to make him real ize that he must vrork. If houses tne strength that is in his arms he will be saved: if he h ts tliem hang idle he v. ili be drowned. But look," continued tin old Dutchman as ho went to the edge cf the well, "the fellow finds out that li has muscles already: hi an hour we shall let him out witli better resolatioid foi the future." Tho traveler watched until the ma. was liberated from his watery prison, and felt fare that at h ast a temporary euro had been effected. Youth's Com panion. One M-n's Miare. The other day n poliik-ian of national prominence sat in "iLw a men corner," as it is called, of t!u Fifth Avenue hotel, where Republican big guns go i:: batteries. Across the corridor sat a keen eyed, swarthy life insurance agent. Presently a newspaper num. who makes his heatlquariers at tho up town hotel -entered and nodded familiarly to both politician and life insurance agent. They wero Loth under obligations to him. In the most natural way in tho world, from talking to both at almost the same time, he introduced them. Soon after ward he strolled on. Now this particu lar life insurance agent had been watch ing for months for an opportunity of making the acquaintance of this par' i-?u-hir politician, lie was not slow to im prove the opportunit, now that he had it, and he wrote a life policy of 2.t.00U as the result. The next day the journal ist who so innocently introduced the hunter and his prey received by mail a check for 100. Now this shows a great, many things among others, the enor mous profits life insurance agents must make when they can give such commis sions. John A. Cockenll m Aew lork Recorder. When Did the "Glass Ate" llegin? So far as research has been able to de tennine, glass was in use 2,000 years be fore the birth of Christ, and was even then not in its infancy by any manner of means. In the Slade collection at the British museum there is the head of a lion molded in erlass, bearing the name of an Egyptian king of the eleventh dynasty. This is the oldest specimen of pure glass bearing anything like a date now known to exist. The invention now known as "bleezing," the mode of var nishing pottery with a thin film of glass, is believed to date back to the first Egyp tian dynasty. Proof of this is found in the pottery beads, glass glazed, found in the tombs of the age above referred to. St. Louis Republic. Manic That Is Seldom Sung. The raising of an umbrella in the theater is a bad omen for the business. Where is the man of fearless heart who will Bing the music of "Macbeth' or "Meg Merrilies" other than at the re hearsal or production of those play.-;- Shonld he attempt it he will l)e -sat down upon" in great shape and very hard by the other members of the com pany. Of all bad omens tne singing oi that mnsic is among tbe worst. Chicago Herald. . ' Robert Toouibn' Advice. A lawyer went to Roltert Toombs ki; ! asked what he should charge a client i , a case to which, Mr. Toombs had jn- listened in the court house. "Well." :-.ti ! Toombs. Bhould charge fl.PA). b; t yoi ought to have $"i.000. for you did V greet many things that 1 would not h i -eoM." Excbna. PLACKS OF WORSHIP. Catholic St. raur t'lmrch. im' Klftli ami Sixth. Fatlur Carney, Pastor S rvicef : nt xml l :.K a. m. Hunuajr School nt 2 ::n. with Ix-netlictloi.. CimisTiA. Corner l..:usf and Eld"ih BU. si vice iiiornliiK fiul t-vei.lni!. hitler A. tiapoway pn-stor. Sunday Kctiool 10 a.m. Ei is"oi'AL.-St. Lukf'H Church, comer TJilr and" Vine. Kev H H. Ihirnfr.ii. pantor. Hr viceH : 1 1 A . M . H- d 7 :30 1 m . Kunday School Mt 1 :30 v. M. it.KMAN Mk.thoI'ubt. jrnt-r Sixth Kt and tiranitf. Kev. lllit. Pat-tor. S-rvioen : 11 A. M. and 7 :: v. m. suuday School lo :30 A. . PiKMVTKHiA'.ervlfes In it w chnrcli.eor-. i.. r Sixth and Crimite Htf. Kev. J. 1. Haira, i.ior. Mindav-wC ot.I ai 9;3'; Irfachlnj. at 11 a. in.:d h i in, I hf V K S. P. K f hli rhurch mef t every SnttHth evt-nlni' at 7 :1ft In Hie ham-intuit of the chiierli. Ali MS Invited to attend the irt'ellnus. Kikst Muthouiht. Sixth St., betwen Mais himI fearl. Kev I.. V. Krltt. 1. D. 'HU)r. serviffM : 11 a. m.. 8 :(Ki p. m hundav 8chool 9::ia m. I'rayt-r ineetii g V ednesday evea ln. utliMA.v I'kM!VTKkin.-t.'oriier Main and Ninth. Kev Itle. p!ist r. St-rvices tis'Uil liotirs. Sunday st-hool it :'M) a. m. 8wKKiniii (i.vmini ATioNAi. Ciianlie, bt-twt-en Fifth ami sixUt. Coi.OKKit itAiTiHT. Mt. flllvt. ojik. bftwcen Tenth and Klt-venth He v. A. Konwell, pa.H tor. Servlt-es 11 a. in. hiiiI 7 .) p. in. 1'rayer ineetiiiL' WfdiifHday evfiili'K. .l..ii Mi'N'h tllltl TIAf AKHIICIATION I. ddins iii '. ;t' I :i iin Murk, Main at reel. ton jcl ini-ri iiin. i'r i!i i. only, everv hi.ntlay hi -trrixi.'li :il -t i.'i l. .! . II (,iiih iMMI wi ck di.y I: out s.;ti a. in., i v : :Ui p. i.i. Sl J-.l H ''. ?. V. I 1! N A .K . KrV .1. M. Wood, i aM.nr. (ivir. .t : Sunday School, ifl.ri.: I ii aclili').'. 1 1 r in. ainl 8 . m. ; i.r:vi n.ff.t'nir 'lufsil;-y i;iflii ; t-linlr piae- . If.' 1 11"! '. nlull- All ilfH t-lcollM. Subscribe for Tiik 1Ii-:kai,i, only 15 cents a week or HO cents a month. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The I'kbt Hai.vk in the world for Cuta Uruiwis, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rln-unt. Fever Stirec, Tetter, Chapped II an (In, Chilblains, Corns, anil all Skin Eruptions, and posi tiv. ly cures Piles, or uo puy lequired. It is truaranteed to give ttatisfaction, or money refunded. 1'iict 2 centi- per box. For sale by P. G. Fricke Lincoln, Blair, Beatrice and Kear ney now have each two kinds of gold cure. The First Step. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in Klcctric Hitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to it normal, healthy condition? Surprising results fol low the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative, Your appe tite returns, good digestion is re stored, and the liver and kidneys re sume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price HOc. at F. G. Fricke A: Co's drugstore. 0 Do not confuse the famous Blush of Koses with the many worthless paints, powders. creams and bleaches which are flooding the market. Get the genuine of your druggist, O. II. Snyder, 7.1 cents per bottle, and I guarantee it will re move your pimples, freckles, black head?, moth, tan and sunburn, and give you a lovely complexion. 1 Fort Sidney is to have a new de tachment of troops, the twenty-firs! infafry being ordered to New York fort, AMttits iris Cxpc r c r.ce in a LigUt house. Mr. and Mrs, Loren Trescott are keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Snnd Bench Mich, and are blessed with a tin tighter, four years. Last April she taken down with Measles, followed with dreadful Cough and turned into a fever. Doctors at home and at Detroit treated, but iu vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she was a mere" handful of bones". Then she tried Dr, King's New Discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles, was completely cured. They say Dr. King.s New Discovery is worth its weight iu gold, yet you may get a trial; bott It free at F G. Frickey Drugstore. The Homliefet Man In PlHltsmoutli As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure all chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and consumption. Large boftles 50c and $LJ How's This!- We offer 100 dollars reward for any case of calarrh thatcan not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. Cheney & Co, Props, Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and belive him pefectly honorable in all buisness transactionsand fin ancially able to carry out an oblig ations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Drug gist. Toledo Ohio., Walding Kinnau & Tarvin, Wholesale druggist Tole do Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, action directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggist; Testimonials free. One Fare for the Round Trip. The B. & M. will sell round triii tickets for one fare to Hot Spring,, Arkansas, on the following occa-' sions: Meeting of tbe Government Reservation Improvement associ ation, April 12., Tickets will be sold April 7 and 8, inclusive; final return limit, May 10. District meeting Southern and Central Turnverein, May 9 to JO. Tickets will be sold May 6 and 7, in clusive; final return, June 10. Annual meetinggeueral assembly- of the . Southern Presbvterian church. Mny W. Tickets will be sold May li ami 17, inclusive; limit to return. June or further information inquire t ticket oflice. F. I.ATMAM. Ajfeut.