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PLATTSMOUTIT. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. OCT. 0, 1887.
VOLUME XXIII. NUAIHKIl 20
Ii tlio Oriental salutation,
knowing that good lieulth
cuiinot exist without n
healthy Liver. When tho
Liver is torpid the towels
are sluggish and constipated,
the food lies iu the stomach
undigested, poisoning the
blood; frequent headaeho
ensues; a feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and ner
vousness i nd irate how tho
whole system is deranged.
Simmons Liver Regulator
lias been the means of restor
ing more people to health
and happiness by giving
them a healthy Liver than
any agency known on earth.
It acts with extraordinary
power and cflicaey.
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
It general family lemedy for Dysnppsla,
Trid l.ivrr. Cnnsiiputioii, etc , I I'.ardly ever
ast a!.j thin;.' -Iso, have nfiver licon ilisap
Tioiulcd in h ellct proiturt-d ; it m-chih to be
lmot -A pprffct euro for oil diseases of the
Counciluieu, 1st ward,
" 2ml "
Board roi). Works
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J I) II
J I) Simpson
J II W'ATKll.MAN
J S Mathkws
W-ll Ma lick
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I I) M .IINKS
I W.n Wki'.kii
( M 15 Ml'lll'MY
1 S W DUTTON
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(1 itll UAIXIlS, I KKS
Penuty Treasurer, -
Deo U y CM'-rk,
le'rk of UiUiet Co art,
fcupt. of Pub Schools,
v- HO.YllO OF HUPEUVISOK3.
Louis Foltz, C'h'm., WeIn;; Water
A. It. Toil. .-- l'laltsinouth
A. 1. Dl KSO.v, - Kin wood
J). A. CAM 1'BKI.I.
J. M, Kohinson
C, ( '. Me P.iKitsoN
V. ('. SHOWA1.TKK
J. II. lilKKNIAK
15 J. Ykomaks
ALLF.y I'.KKS .M
en mo i.oimiic si. a. o. u.
every alternate l-rniay evening u 01 r.
liall. Transient lirot'n-rs ar respectfully in
cited to attend. 1 H. White, Master Workman ;
A, t aite. F.nei.-iai ; V. J. Morgan, Overseer ;
J. 12. Morris. koc.T.l.-r.
ASS CAMP NO. 3.T2.
v of America Meets?;
reonl and fourth Mon
day evening at IC. of P. hall. All transient
orothers arc reiierea to meet, wiin n. i,. a.
Js'eweoiner, Vener.-.Ule Consul ; W. C. WiSli-tt,
Worthy Adviser ; i, Merges, llx-Iianker ; J. E.
ULATTSMOUTII i.ODfJF. NO S. A. ()
Meets eviTV ali.'rnate Friday evenii
ltnpku-Dori hall at S o'l locn. All transient broth
ers are respectfully itivitetl to attend. '. A.
tJutselie, M. W. ; S. O, tlicen. Eoreinau : S. C.
'Wiltle, Keeorder ; A. Newcouier, Overseer.
McCONIHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
IIO ST Kit.
f. W. Jon x sox
O. S. Twiss
i". A. 15 A TICS
Jacob Goiiki.i man.
Alvii a W moirr.
Jfceetiui: .Saturday eveniie.'.
-.nicer of the Day.
..tjuarrer Master Serjit.
. ..rovi unapiain
JlOllltOWKlJ AND KTOI.EX.
Brilliant Climax to tho Chamber of
Commorco Opening. Ban
quet and Toasts.
Omaha, Oct. 5. Special to the Tlatts
month IIkj:li). Tlio most important
and eminently (successful banquet that
was ever invent was iven by tlio board
of trade last niirht at tho board of trade
rooms. And the whole massive structure
as completed was lighted from the bot
tom to the top, six F.torrics in all and
thrown open for the first time to Omaha's
distinguished guests from all portion
of the United States.
The stars and stripes were beautifully
displayed over the whole building in
all parts of the room, and beautiful trop
ical plants were displaj-cd so ns to pro
duce an almost tropical scene. Four
long tables were loaded down with the
most luxurious menu that ever tickled
the palate of a connoissuro of the '"Gate
There were about 200 covers laid the
banquet and about 220 participated
amongst the most prominent and wealthy
mcu, of the metropolis.
All the large cities of the west like
Denver, Salt Lake, San Francisco and
Portland, sent distinguished men to the
opening and banquet; from the north,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Deluth, and Sio::
City furnished their quoto; from the
south, Kansas City, St. Joe, St. Louis
Meuip.i.o .... '. .; ' s ' 1 icir
prominent citizens to tlio '"G.n.o Oity
banquet, r.ud the east representatives from
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Bos
ton, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, and other
prominent cities furnish their quoto of
Sam Allerton and Phil Armour the
two millionairs of Chicogo, sat at anc
enioved "the feast of reason and flow of
soul" at the first board of trade banquet
Mr. C. C. Ilogers and Vfm. P, McLaren
the president of the board of trade of
that city and her moat wcathy citizens
were present. The president or vice
president of the board of trade of the
afore mentioned cities were present. The
leading state officers of Nebraska sena
tors and congressmen were present, aud
about 220 of Omaha's most prominent
business men belonging to the board of
The guests were assigned to their seats
at S p. iu., filling up four large tables,
running the full kngth of the room.
The president, secretary and directors
were seated about a table running at the
sides and rear of the platform, while
irom the hollow square so iormetl, arose
a great pyramid of fruits rnd flowers.
hue beautiful etrains or music came
from the gallery, where the musicians
sat amid the minaturc forest of palms
and ferns. The guests were served in
five courses ns follows:
Ulue Poiuison theSIiell.
Clam C'iiowdera'la Iludson.
Callfornit Haltuou. S iuce Chutney,
Pniniue de Terre llolLuidn'so.
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW.
BEESON & SULLIVAN, Attorneys at Law.
Will give proaiT't attentiou to all business
Entrusted t them. Odico in L'uioa Block, East
iBtde. l'lattsmoutli. Neb.
T A3. S. M.vrmcvS. Attorney at Uiv.-. Office
" over SI. i. Murphy Co's store, eouth side of
Jvliln between rth aud Gth streets. 21tl
"OBEKT U. WIN Dil AM. Notary Public and
Attorney at La-v. OIUcn over k of
Cass County. ri.ittsiiio:ith. Neb. Office tele
phone No, 7 ; revi leace. o. 6.'
DA V IKS. Attorney at Law. Office
15. Windham, over ltank of Cass Co.
Platts.mout!:, L-Jau 71j- Nkmkaska.
PUVSICtANS AS1) SUltGIiOXS.
1 ff. COOK.M D., Piiyieia mud Sursroon.
OiUcx at Fis'.:er"9 iru,? Stcre, l'latts
L, lU'il. M. l.. riiytcian ami Mir-
ireon. One door weet ol Bi-nni-t s slore.
Office hours from 10 to 1-J a. :e. and from :; to n
jtud7to9p. ill. Kesiilence. comer Ninth and
Kim streets Mrs. Lcviugs' lioure. Telephone
lat office and house.
STATE OF NE15UASKA. In County
Ca.-s County, (ss Court.
To all persons interested In the estate of John
Nash, deceased :
Notice 1 hereby piveD that on th 14th day
of October, A. 1., l"S7.at the hour of n o'clock
a in..t the city judce' oiiic in Piatts
uioutli.in said county, th petition, akiiur for
the appointment o; Elijah Luff as administra
tor of said estate. will be heard and consideied
at which time and place all persons may uppear
aud show cause, if any they have., why he
khould not beat-painted .s fik-Ii administrator.
Dated this 22d day of September A. I . 1SS7
28 3 County Judge.
Notice of Dtisoiution of Co-Partner-
Notice N hereby riven tht the co-partner
Uip here?o;ore existin.; between Alhert Iu
finir and J. W. Kiud. in Cass county Nebraska.
In .lin li'.. nL- 1... .. I I. . . -
... ... .iwv -s, nil-, i.iisj u:iy in'tu
tisidved by mutu.I consent. Ttie businrss
w ill hereaft-r b con luated by Albert luifour.
whom all bills aro pay ilde. O.iled Sept. 26,
137. Aliskut lJL rocn.
Fillets of Gro-i-se a'laCiiambord. Bordeaux.
Olives, A-spar 'L'us C-'lery,
Lobster Sal;:d V'r.y. nniU'1.
Coffeo, lioque.ort Cnet.ve, Water Civ.ckcr.
Fiii'rr. Nuts and Itaisins.
As soon ns aH lmd satisfied the inner
man Hon. W. V. ilorse arose and respond
ed to the toast "Masters Greeting." Sir.
ilor.-e gave a sketch of Omaha's financial
history, said some very interesting odds
and ends relative to her growth, and
wrs continuously applauded. Ho said
that in the absence of .Mayor lh oatch, the
toast "The city of Omaha" would be re
sponded to by Mr. Fred YV. Gray, who
said that he considered the city of Omaha
a very large one and referred briefly 'to
her growth and prosperity.
"Welcome to our Guests" was respond
ed to by that prince of humorests Judge
Savage, in his original and quaiut man
ner and wasuproarously applauded. He
said "I read about the first post master
of Cleveland Ohio cariying around the
mail in his hat." lie said that A. D.
Jones was the first postmaster of Omaha
and carried the mail iu his hat that he
had made to order for the service (this
was over thiry years ago) and that the
said Jones had worn the same hat contin
uously since that time and that sometimes
the hat would get the hotter of the
post master and the post office would go
rolling over the prairies where the streets
of Douglass, Farnam and Harney are
now located, much to the tlisgu-t of the
proud and haughty handler of Uncle
Sammie's P. O. bags.
"The State of Nebraska" was responded
to in a most clonuent and ablo inaiine
by Senator Chas. F. Mandcrson. He re
yiewed the past and spoke in glowing
language of the present and pictured as
only a cultured gentleman can that has
sncnt the best nart of his life in the
"great west". He spoke of her live stock,
hoi, cattle, horses and sheep and how
Nebraska was rapielly becoming first in
rank in these animals. He paiel trib
ute to our state in the growth of wheat,
corn.barley and oats. The Senator showed
how he had introduced a bill in congress
and seeing that it was passed making
Omaha a port of -ntry but that under a
democratic president it was vetoed.
The Senator further stated that he was
going to introduce a bill in the next con
gress asking for an appropriation for a
U. S. court house of one and one half
million elc-llars and also for an approprl
ation to buy a cite.
In closing the senator said that he had
a scntamcnt which he wish eel to proposo.
It was this:
To the Gate city, the Young Giant of
the West: Mav the census of 1U00 mvc
you C00,000 happy, coutenteel, prosperous
people within your borelcrs.
As the senrtor took his seat tno np-
plauso was tremendous,
The Hon. James W. Savage then read
Mr. Thomas L. Kimball.s response to the
sentiment, " Railroads," that gentleman
having bei n unavoidably detained at
home. Mr. Kimball's response was of
greatest interest, anel received louel cheers,
.kit 1 I . V. 1 V.' 1 . -" j - - -
"Trade Manufacturers and Industries of
Oanha" with a short thou-rh interesting
"Banks and Bankers" was clorpiently
rcspondcel to bv the Pres. of the Neb.
National Bank, Hon. II. AV. Yates. He
gave a brief history of the banking in
terests of Omaha, ami treated lm subject
in a masterly manner. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Yates is a national author
ity and author on banking.
"The Clergy." The deacon of Trinity
Ca'hednal resuondeel to tins toast in a
manner that reflected great honor on him
self anel the church.
The subsequent toasts were: "Public
Improvements in Omaha," W. J. Connell;
"The Press," G. M. Hitchcock: "The
Bar," General J. C. Cowin; "The Ladies,"
Mr. John Evans.
It Wf.s a late hour before tho lights
Another Fatal Casoline Explosion.
Lincoln, Neb,, Oct. 4. Mrs. Belle
Faulk, living in the Patvin block'in this
city, while lighting a gasoline stove to
day had her clothing set on fire by es
caping; tras anel before help reached her
her boely was horribly burncel. Physi
cians at once put her under the influ
ancc of opiates to relieve her sufferings.
After lingering several hours she elieel
this afternoon. Mrs. Faulk was the wife
of a carpenter living in the city, anel her
death is the second one in the last thirty
days from elefective gasoline stoves.
Athens, Oct. 4. A shock of earth
quake was felt throughout Greece this
morning. The disturbance was the
strongest on the northern anel southern
shores of the gulf of Corinth.
Vlcos of Our Homo and School Ed
Bishop Hcxtinuton, in the Forum lor
October: Tho Prussians havo a Mying,
that whatever you wih to have aj.ja ar
in the life of a nation, you must put in
to its schools. "Will tho republic be en
noblcd, then, by the citizenship of a gen
eration taught iu childhood to believe
that as soon as chilelren can bo taught
to go alone on their feet they should
bo permittee! to go alone in their juelgo-
meut, their manners, anel their principles!
A pleasant aphorism of a German po. t,
that a wise age reverences tho dreams of
its youth, appears to frighten parents
from setting up a rule in their own houses.
1 he children arc consulteeled ns to what
they like, which is well enough; with the
important limitation that a large part of
the divinely appointed business of their
fathers and mothers is to teaeli them
w hat they ought to like. It is reckoned
despotic to ceerce nature, as if we did
not onng into tno worm our nature, a
grca teleal of which, unless someboelv
eioes ceerce it, riiiua us. i.ariitr mid
earlier the reins are tossed on the neck of
juvenile inclinations, till that crioel of
beautiful and blessed Hiibjeetioii which
Saxon homes once knew ns boyhood and
girlhood is eaten away by a premature
anel offensive self-assertion, and instead
of boys anel girls, we have only little
men anel little women. Sumo futile
attempts are made, too late, to hire or
bribe the virtues which might have been
healthily grown under a sturdier nature.
Indulgence ends in mi-icry. Sharper
cruelty can hardly be done to a child
than to leave him to himself in those
flings in which Goil ordains the parent
to act over him and for him. "When
ever we come tw be a lawb ss urn . as
we certainly shall after four or live
i l . .
lawless nations nave grow up in
it, this "great country" will be a
great grave of true freeelom of manly
virtue, anel a pure peace. Where the
young are brought up to obey, not
coaxeel or supplicated to obey, in ex
plicit allegiance to a domiuion in the
family, the foundation is laid for a social
fabric. From home legislation the first
transfer was to school. The same firm
hanel of law, strict anel merciful, and
merciful because it is strict, is meant to
take him up there too, holding him and
guiding him, The whole apparatus of
education, from top to bottom, fails un
less it chastens and moulels the mind to
orderly methods. Not more self-reliance
but more intellectual humility, is now
our national want. Orators forget that
the reactian from mental tyranny
finally achieves its object, and that it is
small gain if we escape from the terrors
of the single tyrant only to encounter
the terrors of the mob. To create in the
scholar a patient, modest and obedient
action of the whole intellectual nature is
a benefit that lasts en in the personal ex
perience and makes an abiding element
in character, opening the semi to all the '
light of truth. Of two graduates from
.11 i . t.i
couegc, one carries out a store or tilings
lcarneel, the luggage of his mind. An
other carries the secret how to learn,
w hich is the better part of wiselom, anel
faculties pet in the order of the Maker's
plan. "Which will be the master of his
place nnel the master of other men iu the
fight of after years, whq can doubt t
T1E IDiiYLlQl-IT STOE.
FJIOM : 3 TO $D.
I'KOJI A3 TO $12.
In All Styles.
Rich Astriean and Fur Trimming
FROM ,'3 TO
u lTtjll Lint; of
( : : S
FJIOM $2 TO $10.
1-E DHYLIQl-JT STO(E.
We Announce Without Further Notiee a
CON IS KING.
And SiouxCity Has Buildod It a Pal
ace Th9 Jubilee.
Nebraska and Iowa Pensions.
Washikgtox, Oct. 3. The following
Nebraska and Iowa pensions were issued
to-day: Nebraska "Wright Long, Brai
nay. Increase: James "West, Cams; J.
B. Curtis, Simpson. Restoration: it. B.
McDowell, Dorchester. Iowa Original:
J. J. Vallcnweieler, Williams; J. S.Elliott,
Shenandoah; I. F. West, Brazil. Increase:
G. C. Dewitt, Dcs Moines; A. A. Hamlin,
Manchester; TV. Fesscnden, Lime Springs;
D. Murphy, Keosauqua; Frank McCreerv
"We have a large quantity of brick
for sale, quality guaranteed. Give us a
call. 22-tf Kcktz & WECKnAcrr.
Attacked With Vertigo.
St. JosEm, Mo., Oct. 3. Colonel F.
M. Tuffs, city auditor, and one of the
best known of St. Joseph's citizens, is at
the point of death, having been attacked
with vertigo in its worst form yesterday.
Hon. H. W. Crady.
The Statesman, Scholar and True
American, set an example worthy of re
flection for all True Americans. Ilealinf
wounds that no methods except those
used by Heaps' Camphorated Arnica Salye
which is sold on its merits for any use
that a salve can be used. No cure, no
pay. For sale by the following drug
gist. Price 2oc per box.
"W. J. Warrick.
"Wall Paper New stock just recived
at Warrick's. d(Jt-w4t
Balycat's Fig Tonic.
Balyeat'a Fig Tonic Cures chronic
Balyeat's Fig Tonic is especially
weak and delicate women.
Balycat's Fig Tuic, not only relieves,
Balycat's Fig Tonic removes all impur
ities of the blood.
Balyeat's Fig Tonic is a mild anel gen
tle laxative; with its use, strength anel
ambition will return and a healthy glow
will brighten the complexion. Price 50c
anel $1. Money cheerfully refunded if
the above is not substantiated by trial.
For sale bv AT. J. Warrick.
. i r , m M 1 9k
. i lis 11 t i i. 3 ' .5
m& mm mmm
Commencing TO-DAY, JULY 12th. and
AS THIS IS A POSITIVE-
h p. M
without reserve, it will be to the individual interests
ot Cass County to take advantage of the
The Quaker Medicine Company
Respectfully a.k some very plain ques
tions: Can Consumption be cured or
even be benefitted? Can a Cold be cured
or even stopped ? Can you expect to be
eveu relieved by any medicine or physic
ian? No you cannot, if you simply
change the temperature of your body
three or four times a day for every
chang you aeld to your cold Mothers,
your children's health and your future
happiness demands of you consistent
love. Shall vanity make your life mis
erable, ending only in death. Dr. Wat
son's New Specific Cough Cure is the re
sult of science. Price 50c and $1. It is
warranteel by the following druggist.
W. J. Warrick.
S?e what R. B. Windham offers you
on the 7th j agc. "
Those Wheeling Stogies art Warrick's
are fine, 3 for 5 cts. d-4t
Having in view the interests ot our customers, and to enable ti
multitude to share the benelits of this great
consideration sell to other dealers wholesale
under this clearance sale.
We so to Xew York soon to make our Fall Puvckatoii,
ive kindly request all of our friends indebted to to
call as early na possible and adjust their account s.
White Ff'-ntj Dry G-ood?
b'h ttsixouh, Neb
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