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tfLATTSMOfJTH WEElL njSrtitw, ixxcJUSOA V, SEPTEMBFR C, 18SS.
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j THE EFFECT OF OUR CLOTmSffG ON . THIS COMMUmTlT
SHOWS THAT INTRODUCING FIRST-CLASS, PERFECT FITTING AND WELL MADE GOODS HAS STRUCK THE POPULAR CHORD. WE REACHED NEW YORK IN TIME TO BUY AT A GREAT SACRIFICE
IN PRICES A LARGE PORTION OF THE BANKRUPT STOCK OF LEHGMAN, MAY & CO. WE PROPOSE TO GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT THEREOF THIS COMING SEASON, AND SELL YOU
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Slaughtering; Prices, ur tock ofMatN, Caps, Underwear HBoots and Slioe in Complete
in every detail, and we will convince you tiat your dollar will buy you
More and Setter Goods than you can buy elsewhere.
QlaUsnwuth Igeehhj frald
Publishers & Proprietors.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Tom Rkkllc was in Omaha today.
Mrs. I. H. Dunn was in Omaha today.
Miss Emma Stickler was in Omaha to
day. Miss Minnie Guthman was iit Omaha
L. C. Mercer and wife were in Omaha
L. E. Skinner and wife arc in Omaha
J. Vallcry, sr., is attending the Omaha
Mr. Ed Jeary, of Greenwood, is in the
Frank Dills went to Omaha to see
W. J. Hesser was in Omaha today to
attend the fair.
J. L. Farthing was an Omaha passen
ger this morning.
Dick Strcight was in attendance to the
Omaha fair today.
Mrs. M. B. Murphy is attending the
Omaha fair today.
D. K. liarr went to Omaha this morn
ing to see Barnum.
Rev. Father Carney was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
Miss Laum Twiss was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
J. C. Pctterson was an Omaha visitor
today to see Barnum.
G. F. S. Burton and wife are attending
the Omaha fair today.
Miss Kate Valleiy and Carrie Guthman
were in Omaha today.
"Win. Callacut and wife, are attending
the Omaha fair today.
I. Pearlemauand wife are in Omaha to
day attending the fair.
A. "W. White was a passenger this
morning to see Barnum.
Frank Smith went up to see Barnum
this morning at Omaha.
TV. G. Keefer and wife were Omaha
2assengers this morning.
Sam V augh and wife went up to the
Omaha fair this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Melyin were in Omaha
attending the fair today.
Miss Nina Tucker and Miss Ella Ken
nedy were in Omaha today.
Chas. Rankin and wife, were Omaha
fair passengers this morning.
A. Clark and wife were in Omaha in
attendance to the fair today.
Peter Merges and wife were in Omaha
toTIay tm account of the fair.
E. II. TVooley, of Weeping TVater, is
in the city on business today.
Chas. Campbell went to Omaha today
to attend Barnum's big circus.
Henry Eikenbary and daughter were
Omaha passengers this morning.
Mrs. Ida "Wagner and Miss Alma
TVaterman were in Omaha today.
Mr. Iden and Mrs. Lessie Hunt were in
Omaha today, attending the fair.
Mr. ana Mrs. . V. Leonard were at
tending the fair in Omaha today.
mrs. i,ua.3e ana son, Herbert, were
Lincoln passengers this morning.
Dr. Smith, of the firm of Cave, Smith
fc Co., is taking in Barnum today.
Hans Goos and Miss Kate Goos were
in Omaha today attending the fair.
J. C. Eikenbary and daughter went to
Omaha this morning to see Barnum.
Dal Jones, night operator at the B. &
M. depot, went to see Barnum today.
TVill Stadleman and Ed Streight were
in Omaha today, attending the circus.
Miss Lizzie Leach was an Omaha pas
senger this morning to attend the fair.
A. Eigenbroadt leaves this eyening for
Chautauqua, New York, on a brief visit.
Mrs. Cooper and daughter, Florence,
were in Omaha today attending the fair.
Rev. Alexander and daughter went up
to Omaha this morning to attend the fair.
Jas. Dickson, of the county Clerks
office, is in Omaha today to see the circus.
A. X. Sullivan and wife were Omaha
passengers this morning to attend the
H. C. McMaken and son Joe, were in
Omaha today attending the fair and
George B. Mann, of the Journal was
an Omaha passenger this morning to take
Miss Alice Wilson returned from her
summer vacation, this morning, from the
western part of the state.
Miss Mattie Kecvcs, who has been vis
iting relatives here, returned to her home
in Osceola, la., this morning.
Dave Hawksworth, Frank Johnson,
Robt. Hayes and Chas. Richey went to
Omaha today to see Barnum.
Mrs. Newland and children left this
morning for Sac City, Iowa, to attend a
a reunion of the family at that place.
A game of ball was played yesterday
afternoon by the Browns and tli3 clerks.
The clerks were beaten by a score of 1)
James Donnelly, of Harvard, uncle of
Jas. Donnelly, of this place, who has
been visiting here for a few days, return
ed home this morning.
J. E. Kline and wife left this morning
for Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Kline goes as
a delegate from the B. of L. F. to attend
the convention ill that city.
A maniage license was issued today
by Judge Russell to Mr. August Engel
kemeier and Miss Matilda Keirchhoff,
both of Jit. Pleasant precinct.
Mrs. J. Ruedy, of Hamburg, la., who
has been visiting with Mike Grassman
and wife, returned home this morning,
i accompanied by Mrs. Grassman.
Platte; John M. Buckman, Humboldt;
Fred Behni, Omaha; N. S. Porter, Ponca;
E. A. Dodge, Linwood; Milton Daven
port, Pawnee City; Joseph E. Hill, Clar
From Monday's Daily.
Ed Cinnamond, a boy about eleven
years of age, accidentally shot himself
while out hunting. The hall entered his
shoulder under the left arm.
Omaha's fourth annual fair and ex
position opens today and continues until
Saturday the 8th. Round trip tickets
will be sold here at half fare for the
round trip. During the week, the siege
of Sebastopol will be produced each
night. This production is claimed tc be
even more extensive than that given in
the east last year.
Today, the first Monday of September
which has-been introduced to therepubli
canjplatforni as what is known as a labor
day on which all mechanics and laborers
arc to rest, has been recognized, before it
has come into effect, by the union cigar
makers in the employ of Mr. Julius Pep-
perberg. They are the only cigar-makers
in the city who work only eight hours
The Nebraska State Fair which opens
on the 7th will continue until the 14th.
The B. & M. will run a special train from
this city the llth and return the same
day, at one fare for the roud trip. It is
expected that the state fair this season
will be well attended by Plattsmouth
citizens as those who have ever attended
any of the expositions are ever anxious
BY J. r. BKCKEK.
(For Tub Hkkald.)
O. sing the praises as you will
For the people of your choice ;
liut always be for Harrison
For he's our nations choice.
But. better far than beauty fair
Than iSrover's vetoing eye.
His teuder voice soft cadence rare
Is that which we most prize.
So sinp the praines as you will
And in your loves rejoice,
Keiuembvr well that 'Jlan iHoa"
Is our ISatioua only choice.
His eyes are lovely and luminous.
There's business in lii.s face ;
The treses piled above his brow
Add witchery to his grace. .
About the center of next November,
When the birds are on a roam.
The people will goto the nimbler
And say "veto" Grover you had better
to return another year. This year it will
Geo Aylcsworth, who has been visit- be more extensive than ever before and
ing his grandmother, Mrs. Kate Oliver,
, left on the flyer this
his home in London,
for a few week
I. L. Farthing yesterday sold to the
Omaha Water Works company 250 car
loads of stone from the Cedar Creek
quarries; also 200 car loads to the New
York Life Ins. Co., of Omaha.
TV. A. Derrick, local editor of the
Herald, was in Omaha today. It was
supposed he was going to attend the fair,
those who attend can never regret their
Great preparations are being made
by the democrats of this place and Glen-
wood for their anticipated grand rally
which is to be held there. No doubt
the disappointment and backsets
so frequent to the party in the past will
prompt them to a sense of their duty for
the coming event, and we trust, if for
no other reason than the sake of opposi
tion, that their efforts will be more fruit
but we tound out later that he went up ful this time. . The date set for the grand
to atte nd the circus, as it is the first time outbreak is the 13th of Sept. We would
lie evor saw Banium's great circus. like to see a democratic urocession thi
Yesterday TV. L. Brown showed ns a time.
complete abstract, maae entirely py a The lavin of the corner fitone of t,
typewriter. He claims it to be the hrst proposed colored church which is te b
urns ... uiu MHLu una expects 10 maKe an iocated on Oak street, between 10th and
oi ins abstracts nereaner in mat way. I 1 1 th, was witnessed bv a larre sratherina-
i ' i CD o
George F. Oliver, foreman of the f Plattsmouth citizens yesterday after-
journal composing rooms. Fevers noon at 3 o'clock. Rev. A. Boswell, the
his connections with that sheet this even- pastor of the colored peoyle of this city,
ing. lie goes to Council Bluffs, where ,ias U(-'en an agitator or tlie building of
he has secured a position in a clothing this church for some time and succeeded
store. George is a good boy and we quite well in raising the required amount
wish him success.
A serious stabbing affray oceured in
Omaha last night, in which Chas. Duke,
of that place, fatally stabbed Micheal
Connelly. It seems that they had some
words over a woman and it finally ended
as above stated. Connelly is in a very
critical condition, and Duke is under ar
Several of our prominent citizens
have donated liberally to the good cause,
and the building will be erected as soon
as possible. The corner stone had a
large hole in the center of it for the pur
pose of dropping cards or envelopes
bearing the names of all who helped
them by contributing to erect the build
ing, so that the children of future year
Free Trade vs. Protection.
Editor Herald: TVe hear a great
deal about free trade and protection in
this election campaign, but the average
voter knows but very little about the
practical working of the free trade doc
trine. Perhaps a slight allusion to the
practical working of free trade right here
at home may set some men and women
to thinking. And first of all we will
give C. Whopper a nut to crack, who
fills what little space there is for reading
matter in his paper principally with free
trade slush and flings at protection. But
he is not consistent in his teachings he
frequently has an article in his paper de
nouncing persons who go to Omaha, Chi
cago and other places to buy their goods.
This he should stop or stop preaching
free trade. It is all right for men who
believe in, and vote for free trade to go
to Omaha to buy goods and pay the tariff
or tax in the shape of R. R. fare (pro
vided the R. R does not violate the In
terstate Commerce Law by giving them a
pass). But what is the effect of this pol
icy ? Just what protectionists are
FREE T HE ATM EN T HY MAIL.
" I just bought a dog," exclaimed the
chairman of the Democratic National
Campaign Committee, coming into head
quarters yesterday morning. " I got a
good chance and I "
" I've got a letter here for you," broke
in the private secretary.
" What's that ? "
" I've got a latter here for you."
" TVhere'd you get it I "
" Man with a gray suit and a big leather
bag brought it."
" Who's it from ? " said the chairman
with a good deal or interest, having for
gotten all about his new dog.
" That's what I can't make out," re
turned the secretary. " It looks like a
woman's writing on the envelope."
" No, that's a man's writing," said the
chairman, looking at it closely.
"But that B ' and r' look ltke the
way a woman always makes them."
" Jan't help it, a woman never dots an
"i" that way. Can't we read the
postmark ? "
" I thought it looked like 'Plainfield,
N. J.,' or Plattsville, N. Y.,' or some
thing lik3 that."
Having tlns day sold my etock
of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, etc.,
to Messrs. Jrekenleld Sc TVeid
lnan, I would respectfully and ear
nestly ask that all those in my debt
come lorward promptly and settle
their accounts; as it will he neces
sary lor me to close up my business
as speedily as possible before en-
aginj in other pursuits. I also
take this occasion to thank the
public, both in the city and county,
for the very liberal patronage iv-
en me during the time I have been
engaged in business here, am hope
the same will be extended to my
successors. J.NO. 11. COX.
Asleep on the Railroad Track.
A little child, tired of play, had pil
lowed his head on a rail and fallen asleep.
The train was almost upon him when a
passing stranger rushed forward and
savud him from a horrible death. Per-
No, that isn't it it's 'Plymouth,' h?V vou are SI'I on the track, too
somewhere Indiana, I guess."
"Maybe it is," admitted the secretary.
" I'll bet I know what it is," said the
" What ? "
You are, if you are neglecting the bil
iousness and constij ation which trouble
you, in the hope that you will "come all
right." Wake up, or the train will be
upon you! Constipation is too often the
" Some prominent republican writing forerunnt'r of a general "breaking up."
i;r. i-ierce s Aleasant 1 urfative Pellets
will regulate your liver, stomach and
bowels, aLd restore your system to its
from Indiana to say that he is going to
vote for Cleveland. Either that or a
contribution to the campaign fund it
feels soft, same as if there was money in
it," and the chairman pinched it between
his thumb and finger.
" Better open it and sop,
The chairman tore off the end ef the
envelope and sank into a chair. After a
The Union Labor Party of Nebraska
nominated their ticket yesterday and put
' Dlirrrfno(i1 I till f fi rrAi'ii-n rw av i ! , . -m , . u I ) .. 1 1 ...
ouOO,'l'U I I Ct " W 1 CAUUVII1IU J li 1 1 1 I .
preaching. It not only ruins the business
i .uuvuau,, luuipcis mem to moment he looked up and said
sell higher than they otherwise would, on Well, we didn't hit it ri-ht
account ot tlie loss of the trade that goes time."
from them and into the hands of foreign it it anytuing that win k ug m
merchants. And the merchants are not the campaign ? "
the only loosers by this free trade policy. 0h, yes? I guess it will help s-me.
Every man who owns property in the city rt'9 a ,.;.! from th T.;.,l,f r,; n; f,
is injured; every mechanic and laboring Comoanv. Tt R l.- l.;t7ra ;a t.
who has a home in Ithe city or iOSs of energy, forebodings of impending
Gray hair te made to resume its youth
ful color and beauty by the use of Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, the best
preparation known to science.
The County Seat of Chase
Gkaxt, Neb., Sept. 5. The special
election held Monday in Chase county to
change the location of the county seat,
was not decisive, imperial, the present
county seat, pitted against Chase, Cham-
intends to make it his home is injured by disaster and that tired feelin" and the lion and Maucle,sou was only short 40
lu,s Pncai wording oi nee traae. clerk writes rWn in vs J" te race. Uliase, receiving the
a . a . J
ouuse eveiy person in me city anu he didn't know but nerhans we miht
surrounding country were to do their want some. I believe T will trv n small.
irau.ng in some ouicr city, how long sized bottle It only costs fifty cents.
woum u ie until you hart no merchants You write the letter for it while I go out
: 4.1. 1 4. i i . i o
ui me cny, auu now long would it Ue and get the monev somewhere N" v
uniu you wouiu ue Put a country village Tribune.
without a store or shop in it ? If thi3 be
smallest vote, will drop out. Tlie next
ballot will take place in thirty days.
true of small cities and villages, how THE IR1SH WILL STAND BY
uuu mure sirongiy uoes it apply to us
Gentlemen, practice what you preach. FT 'l6'3 7ibre "f Fabric" Boston l
tf iv- . i , 1 ' A peculiar phase of the present politi-
If you believe in free trade, buy vour Qi :, , , 1
"J Cat Situation IS tliof rnr monn f,l..
when the church crumbles to dust may
m: Woolley, of Weeping Water, is find the names of their forefatheis in
in town today with a petition signed by their own handwriting. Three hundred
2.5(h) legal voters to remoye the county and seventy-five dollars have been raised
seat trom Platttsmouth to Weeping Wa- to assist them. Rev. A. Boswell preach
ter. As they have the required number ed a short sermon to the lare audience
it wnl cost the county $800 of needless who manifested considerable interest in
expense, as the county seat cannot be the good move of the colored people of
moved. this citv.
The republicans' of Cedar Creek pro
pose to have a pole raising and grand
rally at their little burg on the evening
of the Sth. The republicans of Platts
mouth have a special invitation to be
present and witness democracy put to
flight. Good speakers have been secured
and all should go from here who pos
goods in Omaha, Chicago, or other cities
and let your own city that you are trying
to build up, go to the dogs.
1 may have hit some protectionist in the
foregoing, and if so, all I have to say is,
if tlie shoe fits wear it.
They Pay $500, or Cure.
For many years the manufacturers of
Dr. Sage'sCatarrh Remedy, who are thor
oughly responsible, financially, have of
fered in good faith, through nearly every
newspaper in the land, a standing reward
of $500 for a case of nasal catarrh, no
matter how bad, or of how long stand
ing, which they cannot cure. The
cal situation is, that our manufacturers Renie!y is sold by druggists at only 50
are almost a unit on demanding pro tec- cents. It is mild, soothing, cleansing,
tion and know precisely what they want, deodorizing, antiseptic and healing.
while at the same time a few " indenen
1 1 u . .
new neprasKa fostmaster.
Washington. Sept. 4. Willie Calkins
was today appointed postmaster at Har
old, Holt count-. Neb., yice Frank J.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Judge Russell granted a licence to
wed, today, to Mr. Charles B. Andrews
and Miss Gertrude J. Vosbureht. both of
Miss Zoe Moon, of Ashland, who has
Harrison at Fort Wayne.
Fout Wayne, Ind., Sept, 5. The reg
ular train carying General Harrison and
party was 20 minutes late starting from
Toledo yesterday afternoon. Short stops
were made at White House, Liberty and
Napolian, where he was greeted by large
crowds at the stations. At Defiance 500
people were at the depot, but the stop
was too brief for a speech. After mak
ing stops at several other small towns the
dant" papers ti eat the manufacturers as
if in their babyhood, insisting continual
ly that they do not know what is good
for themselves, and that they must haye
South Bend. what they do not want. Patrick Ford
Evcrvthing is generally quiet here but llnft tne World think differently, disorders of the stomach, liver, and
there is considerable .activity in real es- and are a unit with the manufacturers kidneys, can be cured by restoring the
UUJS- and for the first time in American noliti- blood to a healthy condition, through
School opened Monday with a good cal history a heavy Irish vote will be t,ie vitalizing and cleansing action of
placed "where it will do the most r0od" ver,s Sarsaparilla. It is the safest, most
for American protection as against British powerful, and most highly concentrated
free tride. alterative available to the public.
attendance in each room.
Grandma Streight is absent on a pro
luugeu visiu to Iowa,
Masters Norman Dean and Harry Lon
ien i uestiay evening tor Crete where
they go to school.
Some of the democratic papers are IHtiew lorK un g,v,s a
denying the statement that the Mills bill sllowin tua Cleveland will get about
Mr. Edwin Dean who has finished at proposes to remove all federal burdens -,P00 more votes than Harrison in New
Crete is visiting his parents. from the retail liouor busines and make York Cit this year- Four years ago
The Platte bridge is doins a crood saloon-keenintr f,- lr.irri..,f io,i Cleveland's vote in that town was 4:j.000
so far as the General Government is con- more t,ian "la,ne s, while his plurality in
cerned. If they will turn to the bill in
question and look at the fortieth section
thereof they will find it to read as fol-'
lows: "That all of clauses section 3244 of
the revised statutes, and all laws amcn-
Our sidewalks are about finished and
now we can get around town without
peopie were at the depot to wit-
uess his arrival. His special car was
switched off and General Harrison and
his Dartv alirrltpl nnrl worn oernrt1 i
been yisiting her friend, Miss Mary Skiles. the JuUic SOUflrp T w fl
of thi: city for some time, returned home n,K-; p nnn . ,
, a numbering 6,000 persons, had assembled
last evening. , ... .
i sicca me uibtmguisueci guest. As the
The following named gentlemen general appeared on the platform he was
were appointed at the Norfolk reunion a pelted with a shower of boquets. When
the noise and cheers .ibateil hp a.
livered an address on the issues of the
day, the audience frequently expressing
it keen appreciation by applause and
Prof. Berge still lingers in the Bend.
tne greenwood school having been post
poned two weeks.
Mr. II. S. Evans and wife were passen- datory thereof, and all other laws which I office
i;ers to umana tins mormncr to spp. tli : i r
train reached Fort W. V1W non fIr nn,l Ua x; f ck ""IJUSC I-iai upon manuiac
tne whole state was only 1,047. By tak
ing the Sim's figures the republicans will
carry New York this year, by 20,000 or
Send your job work to the IIehai.d
few days aso as a reunion committee
Gov. John M. Thayer. Lincoln; Dr. R.R.
Livingston, Plattsmouth; John Q. Goss,
Bellevue: James I. Sham. Adams: .Tnmpa
j Callihan, Lyons; J. G. Hesse, North
Utah Indians Making Trouble. repealed.
Salt Lake City. Utah, Sept. 5. The
Ltes and Navajoes in the Son Juan cou
try are growing very insoleDt and settlers
are daily tearing an outbreak. Manv
the ranchers have mnvp.l ihnir fo.r;i;,.c tne system
- " " - 1UI11I1IVO
into the settlements, and if the Indians
continue their raids, will appeal to Goy
West for protection. The Indians have
lately gone to the homes of ranchers and
turers of stills, retail dealers in liquors, J T AS. s. MATBEwa, Attorney st Law
and retail dealers in malt liquors are Mt?nTet
To William Lindsay : You will take notice
I mi a f a I !
ine oniy way to cure iever and ague i, Vi-.n ..'j"1 upusr. ikm jtta
n- . ... . . . k'"?: I"iit,n I-indsay. Nellie IJnd-av ai rl
is eitner to neutralize tne poisons which rean i.inueay. minor, by tiieir next fri-n.i
... ... Peter I). Bates. Hlerf thoir r..tiM ,
, cause the disease or to expel them from trict Court of ca?s .ountv. k,,,;' ..J,' .7
11 I " l
Aver's Aor nPP nnt '","' r '" "uu Jrayer oi wi.ui, are t- ob-
j --0 i - -
in both ways. It is a warranted
for all forms of malarial disorders,
never fails to cure. Try it.
taiu a liuleraent auaiuft vou for the sum r.r
pecific thousand dollars for support of plaintiff. A
, writ of attachment ih been issued in said
(, and -ause. and the following property levied on by
virtue thereof town : l,ts three and four iii
" ''1U ouiik7 iiayn- addition
to the city of Mattsrroutli c i.iv vi, . '
The standard remedy for liver com- f'f ton,winr personal property : one cow. one
11. . I I vim, Miu a iwiui ui;u.irilUlU HlJl KltrllHtl fitmi
helped themselves to whatever thev nlaint is West's Liver Pillsr rhpv n ture. to satisfy said claim. Yon r VriLi....""
wanted. They also detain travelers and disappoint you. 30 pills 25c. At War- &VyTOSii?! i.I,Uon D r before lh'
waylay them. rick's drue store.
COVELL, POLH J: BEEfv
Att'y for Flalntiff.
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