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J'LATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY. JUNK 10, 1892.
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A cream of tartar baking" powder
Highest of nil in leavening strengtli
Latest U. S. Government ioou report.
BURUXGTON ti MISSOURI IUV Ell R.
V TIME TABLE. J
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
&hc jyinUsmoiith gcrald.
tOk'.Nl-K OP VINE AXIJ FIFTH STS
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Published every Thursday, and duily
every evening except Sunday.
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The democrats will not have any
such time in Chicago as the repub
licans are having in Minneapolis.
The democrats haven't anything
worth lighting for.
No. 2 5 : 17 P. M,
No. 4 10 :Si a. n..
No. 8 7; 4 p. m
No. 10 8 : S a. m
No. 6 12 :25 a. Di
Xol... 3 :45 a. m.
No. j 3 :4 p. in
No. 5 : a. m.
"0. 7 6 -1T P Hi,
No. n :W P.m.
No, 91 7 :15 a. m.
TlIEKE will be a meeting of the
board of trade and citizens at the
county judge's office this evening
at 8:30 o'clock, at which every bust
ness man is requested to be present.
Bushnell's extra leaves for Onialia about two
o'clock lor Omaha ana win nccummuuaic
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 381 Accomodation Leave"..
No. 31 - arrives..
Trains daily except Hunday.
10.-S6 a. m.
The Minneapolis excitement has
been a blessing to the democratic
organs; they have had a chance to
temporarily forget their own over
whelming sorrows. But they will
yet have their opportunity. Globe
rAS$ CAMP o. 33- M. vr. a. iuxw
.eeond and Fourth Monday ev-ninpi. In
Fltzeerald hall. ViaitliiK neighbors welcome.
p v" Hansen. V. C. : P. werteunerirer, . -a..
8. C. Wilde. Clerk.
MANUFATUKIES are springing up
all over this fair land under trie
nmtprtion ot the McKinley law.
Why not have a few in Platts
mouth? They give employment to
laliorinf men and therebv create a
market for the farmer.
piiiitk nMP NO 50
Son of Veteran. division of Nebraska. U
A. meet every luesaav into i, at 'f"".
it lireraiu o'uvit. wo .-.out ..-.
CAPTAIN II E
try and get a few manufacturies
located right here in I'lattsmouth.
It is all that will make this a large
city. Manufacturies will give em
ployment to the laboring men and
make a market for all the farmers
produce at a good price.
Yesterday's Ball Cames.
Grand Island went down before
Hastings yesterday in a disappoint
ing manner, but hard luck had its
hands in it to a great extent. Hast
ings' hits were bunched with Grand
Island's errors. The score:
SSCOKE 1Y l.NXINUS.
Hastings! 1 1 0 10 0 0 2 0 011
Grand Island .0 13 00000 37
Earned runs-GranJ Island 4, Hastiuc;
Two base hit Pcttiford, Kipp, Gerriam.
Throe base hits- Koiirke.
SacrilTce hits Johnson, Wulleck.
I limbic pliiv llotlerto Kourke.
Raises on balls-Oil Packard 2.
Struck out liv Packard 3.
Passed balls Murray 2, McFanland 1.
CTimeof icame 2:00.
The R. Ac M. will sell tickets for
the second annual encampment
competitive drill. Omaha, and for
the meeting of the Manufacturers
ami Bi.'-Iness Men's association,
Oinnlia,' at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets will be sold June 13,
15. 10 aiwi 13. Final limit for return,
June 22. J. Francis,
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent.
The population of Plattsmoutb
Is about 10,OUO, add we would say
at least neo-half are troubled with
some elfection on the throat and
lunirs. as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numer
ous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their drug
gist and get a bottle of Kemp's Bal
sam for the throat andlungs. Trial
siae fret?. Large Bottle 50c- and $1.
Sold by all druggist.
At Liederkratiz hall Saturday
June 11. Admission "Joe for mem
bers and oUc for non members, ot
Spot Cash Hardware.
MANY YEARS AGO TTT'T TYN3T WROTH:
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
It was true then and just as true to day, and fits our case exactly
ALL THAT WE WANT IS
Your Trade on
T. H. Pollock, Agent.
Yesterday's game between Beat
rice and Fremont drew the largest
crowd of the season. It was ladies'
day, and fully 100 of the fair sex
were in attendance. The game
was, with few exceptions, a repeti
tion of Wednesday's close contest
the greatest exception being that
yesterday Fremont was saved from
a shut-out by an error. In the sev
enth Holmes missed a high fly of
I will be in the city for the next
ten days, and, as I have two good
Singer sewing machines wiiicn i
must dispose of, any one wishing a
machine at a bargain, lor casn or
on the installment plan, should call
at once at Henry Boeck s store.
Ex-Manager Singer Man'f'g Co. at
Tbe Roof In the City.
On one of the few warm evenings of
the season a visitor at a friend s House
IKS comrade K cordially invited to meet
Stilus J. J. Kurtz, Commander; li. A. Ac
Elwain. 1ft beargeui.
ie tur WOULD. Meets at 7 : 30
xt... i v- vninir at the lra:id An
V llrnnm. Treideilt. TilOS Walling.
K u V W Xo-Meet first and third FrP !
V , :. ..r taflt mmit hat ltlUr
- . 11" 1. I f ..Pll'll"
1-r.iTiic ermviea ; j " "
"WE hear a good deal in the past
four or five days, from friends ot
the different aspirants, about the
'greatest living American," but in
almost every case the wrong mams
mentioned. The "greatest living
American" is John Sherman.
Bowman's, he scoring on a single was asked by the servant to "Walk tip
by Purcell. The game was intense- stairs, please." Somewhat surprised, the
lv intPrPBtlntr anr nboimded in reouest was acceeded to, and at the upper
sharp plays, which kept the audience landing the hostess appeared. "I thought
r t -i r.u vou would enjoy our roof garden tniB
in a fever of excitement from the you vo j y b
beginning until the last man was way throt,gll the Dack room and assisting
out. Randall made a sensational the caljer over an improvised stile, made
catch in middle left field after a from two library step ladders, out on to
hard run. catchinjr the ball while the roof of the parlor extension.
mtiniiKT !it full arfri null w it h out- Here the host was lounging in a ham
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.-(l,1 ..,q II,-.1V,,. V.or1 4on mOCK.SmOKinS.auu tauesuireniu
ii cushions and several comrortaoie wicnei
rr A ZZTj'w A K E,
WOODEN WA MA.
' just for a few years, say twenP
little" our cup of happiness will
That is all: "Nor do we want it long
or more and if you will grant us this
be full to overflowing.
In return you will have little to want, lor in these goois we onr ie
best and most complete line made in this country to-day and
u.t Prices so Xjtx7-
That every time we fill out a quotation sheet we feel that we ought to be
accorded a place in history among the philanthropists for we are givjut,"
the trade all the cream and keeping the skimmed milk for ourselves.
WILL YOU NOT GIVE US THE "LITTLE" THAT WK WANT.
J. W. Hendee, & Co.
"i a K.McConiliie Po?t No. 45 merU every
J -aturrtay evouinn at 7 : .30 in their nan m
' ' vi..i, in visitiiii comrades are
i n. nuAt with ii4. r rtl Mutes
ai4r;:il.F Niles Pout Commadder.
TTNIrtHTS OF PYTHIAS Gauntlet Lole
- .i...:, i.-.ii nwr lennet oe iuu i.
v "in kniuhts are cordially invited to
isiiiiii, -,.. o;4i. --. litis Dovey K of
attena. a-i x v .....,
K and S.
A O V
W No M Meet second and fMrth
. . 1T1 TUP TIH1I1LI1
t. it ..m "l . i . 1 r : i T I . . A i r.w.
r v iuu- - -
txaI'OIITEKS OF KEBECOA Bud of Prom
D he l!odw No 40 meet- the second and
VUIS.-:. ..f h month in
tniirth 'I tllirHQlftV CYCUH'ha v - -" "
St. Paul evidently rejoices in the
boom of her twin sister, Minneapo
lis, in-spite of cruel outside criti
cism. The St. Paul Pioneer Press
depicts Minneapolis as a life-sized
summer girl with crowds ot vis
itors perched on her outstretched
hands, walking up her strong arms,
and surveying the scene from her
shapely shoulders. The caption
under the picture is, "Minnie has
her hands full but she's all right.
chances and accepted them
without an error. The double
plays, of which there were three,
were great. The score:
SCORE MY INNINGS.
R.-.-itriee 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 14
Fremont 0 0000100
Wnrm psirned Beatrice
Two-base hits Taylor, Kennedy, Austin
Stolen liases Uoatnce 4, bremotit I.
Double plavs Holohati to Stoney, rviiu-
m.'l to Ilowman. Austin to Purcell to
Rases on balls Holmes 1, himmel i.
Hit bv pitcher Purcell.
Struck out Holmes 2, Kimmel 1.
Wild pitch Holmes.
Time of ame 1:30.
Standing of the Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost.
. . Thiiraitsiv pvpninirs
the I O. O. K- hall. Mrs. T. K.
G. ; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary.
Mrs! Nannie BurkelnSister secretary.
r-A ixiDGE No. 146.1. 0.O. F. meets ey
eS TSue?nit at their hall tn FWtenOd
block" AlfOdl Fellows f JbTOrt
to attend when visiting In tne city, cnris rei
ewen. N? G. ; 8. F. Oborn. Secretary.
Rt al? i?trlPa
miz Wock over 'Bennett & Tutts, visirlng
Sr?thren invited. Uenry Gering. Begent ;
Thos Walling. Secretary.
ew'skept constantly on hand.
Game of all kinds kept in Season
. t)..lt., m ft i
w Trtrlr VPal. IMllllOll, rutin
WHO PAYS THE TARIFF?
The Herald quotes the low prices
on goods and then asks the Journal
to explain why it is that such
things can be under the McKinley
law. Well, every sensible man
knows that competition ana im
nroved machinery is constantly
tendincr to mase an luauumv-iuicu
articles cneaper to me cudbuuici
and if the McKinley tax was abol
ished these things would all be
onlrl for still less money, and we
Id all he happier. It is useless
Beatrice 21 IB 5
Grand Island.... 25 11 U
Fremont 22 11 11
Hastings 24 12 12
Plattsmouth .... 22 S 14
Kearney 21 7 11
chairs awaited occupants.
'We always want to sit out," said the
hostess later, in explanation, "and the
narrow, uncomfortable doorstep of our
city houses offers no comfort or seclusion.
Here, at least, no passersby see us, and
we greatly enjoy the added spaciousness
and ease of tins place.
A railintr had been put about the ex
tension and painted a dull red to match
the roof; inside this ran a narrow box
trench filled with earth and sur;jlied with
flowers and vines well start l a. Several
inexpensive but useful rugs were scat
tered about, and, with the chairs and
hammock, the place was very attractive.
Not every householder, indeed, owns
an extension, whien are mucn less com
mon in New York than in other cities,
. ii I- 1 . iri i F Tn i T r 1 1 1
.560 I Out mere is ai w x j o uuo iv. v...,
.500 undoubtedly, tins vaiuauie unoccupifu
!goo 6pace will be utilized in this way, with
.364 nerhaps a solarium, or sun garden, in
. - . T-f A- C
addition for winter use. iier romi, oi
View in New York Times.
J. I. UNRUII h
FOR FIRST CLASS FURNITURE.
can offer gi
S the Whitney baby
crood bargains in them
Parties desiring to furnish a house complete
could not do better than to call and inspect his line of
furniture, in the way of Parlor sets, Dining room sets,
Bed Room set. and evenything kept in a first-class
J. I. Unruh,
The social and dance to be given
by St. John's Altar Society, Friday
June 10th will be postponed to Mon-
day June 13th.
change of date.
The Children's Palace.
The World's fair will be wonderful if
onlv the clans that the committees have
Don't forget the already aaopieu are w V
etteCu Auose who iiu,d iu
in charge are said to be showing good
Snow Ball Carnival. taste and a picturesque and poetic sense.
A annw Rail carnival will be eriven Th fold, drearv waters of the lagoons
under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. or Jackson park are being transformed
F:. of the Christian church. Ice ,-.,4. canals, and these waters are
to be satisfied with half a loaf when cream and cake will be served in t mnminated, and out of them the
Cor. 6th St and Lincoln Ave
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
Among Tobacco, Havana
alone pleases the taste of
the critical connoisseur,
artificial Pcess can en
hance its value. The liua
cigars are always made of
the finest Havana fillers and
has always been esteemed
above every other brands
made ar sold at 1 latts
t ctc Twf (lesjrauic
dence lots in Orchard Hill addition
to IMattsmonlh. within a block o
the Missouri 1'acinc ucf"u '
Particulars call on or address THE
w. ran nisr as easiir nave
whole one. Can't you see that,
neighbor, or are you totally blind?
The Herald asked who paid the
tariff and the Journal failed to
state. That is what we want to
know, who paid the tariff, the man
ufacturer or the consumer?
The Journal says competition and
improved machinery are what make
the difference. That is what we
have claimed all along. What
4bii rotnoetitioii and im-
V-1. . - ' V v - - j
proved machinery? We say it is
the McKinley law, as it is caned,
for if it was not for our protective
policy there would be no induce
ment for capitalists to invest tneir
money in this country nor for the
inventive o-enius to invent new
If it were not for our protective
policy we would nave no nome
competition and would still be pay
ing high prices for manufactured
articles and sending our gold to
Europe. Supply and demand rule
the prices. Remove the supply
from the demand and the prices go
Protection is what we want, and
we waui ii rigin n nuuiti
here in Plattsmouth. We want a
tariff put on the retail houses ot
Omaha so high that they can't sell
goods in Plattsmouth. Better buy
your goods in Plattsmouth, even if
you do have to pay a little more for
- while. Competition will soon
bring prices down again. But buy
all your goods in Omaha and you
will soon ruin our fair city
Come, Brother Sherman, preach
a little tariff and less free traic and
the orchard. Wait;for it. At Kobt.
Walker's Friday eveniner, June 10.
Everyone invited. ot.
"Hackmetack" a lasting and fra-
o-rant nprfiime. once 4o and ou cts.
T I , , ,1 "C
tor sale oy kj xi. ouju auu
irv nrt palaces will lift their wings as
from a new Venice, and over this bright
Adriatic 100 condolas are t pass.
Thfl Aztec palace, the Temple of the
Sun and the historic buildings that rep
resent poetic periods of Latin America
havft the same charm of Oriental fancy,
AiQiidin and fairvland. The visitor
For millinery and pattern hats or fin(1 kere in stone and marble the
anything in the line ot nDDons, historic poetry ot tne western unu..
Tt. in riroDOsea to aau w iuc udawm
- X- j.
flowers of the latest styles and de-
c;,r,i r-all on the lucker tisters in
the Sherwood block. tf
Fok Sale ok Trade A desirable
lot in Plattsmoutn. Win sen ior
- 1 I 1 . . . . ,1 1 . . . . v- . . r
casn or win taKe a kuuu uukkj
horse and horses in exenange.
For particulars call on or address
Arcordinsr to the census of IStX),
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population ot l,uy,nu people, as xne
eighth largest city on tne giooe.
Most ot us aesire, u one nmc ui
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons tind nomes, ana,
when we do. we can find no better
line than the "Burlington Koute.
Three fast and comfortable trains
daily. For further information ad-
dress the agent or tne company m
this place, or write to j. irancis,
General Passenger and licKet
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
Just as sure as hot weather comes
there will be more or less bowel
complaint in this vicinity, livery
person, and especially iamines,
outrht to have some reliable medi
cine at nana ior insiani use in case
it is needed. A 2o or oO-ceut bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you
outrht to have and all that yoa
would need, even ior tne mosi
severe and dangerous cases. It is
tht best, the most reliable and
most successful treatment known
and is pleasant to take. For sale
r. . i r.c.i.c o., l. ..g,. .-.-'.
city a Children's palace, which shall ex
hibit the juvenile piays anu piajijiuuuua
rf all nations.
Tho ulan is to be commended not only
because no such proposed exhibition of
the arts of childhood has ever yet been
nanV hilt because It suggests many
practical and educational methods which
Probablv the usefulness and interest
of preparing an exhibition of the litera-fm-n
for children of all nations, books,
.art work will not be
ovenooKeti. x uuiu o vuuii .
Perils of Kealistio Advertising
A. Manchester tradesman who at-!
tempted a little bit of "realistic adver
tising has just had a ratner unpiet
exjierience. He is the proprietor of a
certain cattle food, and it occurred to
him to send out two horses, one a nne,
sleek, powerful animal, the other a mis
erably abject and depressed scarecrow
of a horse. The first horse bore a pla
card announcing that it had been fed on
Mr. Blank's condiment; the other ac
counted for its wretched condition by
tho announcement on a placard that it
had not had the advantage of that spe
Unfortunately for the advertiser, the
attention of the police was very prop
erly drawn to the wretched animal m
thft shafts, and they haled the owner be-
t- vq mairictratps nn the charge of
iUiO UIO ""O"" . Ct. I 1
"working" the poor creature in an unfit I I
conainon, ana ne was uucu
costs. r.Ianciiester (Ln Ouardian.
WK INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE Ob-K
LOW PRICES IN MENS. BOYS. LADIES MISSE
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES THAT ARE GOING
AT BAR G
THF POSITIVE CUHt,
Warren BUNnrTnnt PrtoBnj