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PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY,. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER! 1891:
.50 A YEAR
f I Ps Pure
'cream of tartar bakinc powder.
hest of all in leavening strenth.
itest U. S. Government hood Ke-
WINDIIAM & DAVIES.
WINDHAM. JOHN A. DAVIKS.
Notary 1'utillc Notary I'ubtle
Office over Bank of Can County.
ttatuimoutb .... velirtmtia
' A. N.
Attorney at-Law. Will lv prompt sitMitlon
to all huKlUpns entruFtcd to him. Olllce In
Colon block, Kat Hide, I'latUuioutli, Neb.
JCJR. A. SALSBURY
: D-K-N-T-I-S-T :
GOLD AMI FGKCELAIN CROWNS.
BtelDways aniMtlietlc frthe palnleu ex
trae.uon oi leeiu.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
;wood Block Plattsmoutli, Neb.
lEW HARDWARE T03 E
S. K. HALL & SON
'p all kinds of builctpin hardware on hand
4)0 Will uiiiy ConilHl'l in uu Iliusi id.
TI3ST ROOFING :
and all kinds of tin work promptly
' one. Orders irein tne country aouciieu
SIR I'easl St.
1'LATTSMOUTH, N KB.
00I.D AND POROKLAIN'CUOWNS
3ridge work and tine gold work a
STMNAUS LOCAL as well as other ,nu-
tlietloiKlven for the paluless extract loo o.
A. MARSHALL, Fitzgerald P'"
Brown & Barrett have just re
vived a fine line of imported tooth
land nail brushes, cloth ana nair
rushes. Prices away down. tt
All members of the Oxford Dane
tig club are requested to meet at
fiiver & Morgan's store this even-
g at 8:30 p. m. EdSc'HULHOFK,
j' ' President.
Wanted Business man to travel
ood oav. Permanent situation.
Times Huilding, Chicago, 111.
JOE, 1 the
Leadincr One Price
takes pleasure to inform
. I is many friends and patrons that
,e has left for the east, where he
I xpects to make the largest and
rest fall and winter purchases he
ever made and everything will be
rendv for inspection about Sept.
! 10th or 15th; tt
l Our prices are very low on wall
paper a"S we WIHII IU tiunc imii. uni
stock. Anyone wanting wall paper
t. ..1 ......
should take advantage ot these
prices, tt jjkown wakkh-i t.
r ,ooo- wi
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i-i- We fusj Make Room For Our Fall Gjiow Coming in -I-
rr-Uft-a in 5M.u.eK
Wow. Feacli Wow potatoQS. Old folks TdIow hot toa. (Engine He, 12 Blovroi , BLEW, BL'w, 33LOW1T, Iiook out for a bliz
zard this winter. Buy yourslaoes whore they will ljxst you through thod wcathor and hcro ycu can get the best bare-aina
M. O'Rotirke was a passenger
F. K. White was a passenger on
No. 7 this morning.
D. S. Guild is transacting busi
ness in Omaha to-day.
M. O.Polk waa a passenger this
morning for Grand Island.
Billy Neville was a passenger
this morning for Lincoln.
G. W. Griffith departed for South
Omaha this morning for a few dayH.
MIsh Jamison, who is to be an in
structor in the city sehools, arrived
W. C. Harlan came in on No. Sand
will be in the city a few days can
vassing for noted books.
Miss Gillits, who has been vinit
ing with her friend, Miss McClel
land, left this morning for Lincoln.
Capt. Palmer of Omaha passed
through the city last evening on
the flyer, enrottte for points in
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thorpe left
for Dee Moines, Iowa, on No. 4 this
morning for a few weeks' visit to
friends at their old home.
A Robber Lynched
A lynching took place near
Kansas City, Mo Monday after
noon. The victim had robbed a
bank, thus fleecing the citizens out
of their money, and they resort to
the strangulation process in order
to get revenge.
I have been troubled with chronic
catarrh for years. Ely's Cream
Halm is the only remedy among
the many that I have used that
affords me relief E. W. Willard,
Oruiririst. loliett. 111.
My sou has been afllicted with
nasal catarrh since quite young
I was induced to try hly s Cream
Balm, and before he had ,used one
bottle that disagreeable catarrhal
smell had all left him. He appears
as well as anyone. It is the best
catarrh remedy in the market. J.C.
Olmstead, Areola. 111.
In the police court Samuel Clark
was lined $10 and costn, on a charge
of disorderly conduct. In default
of payment he was lodged in jail.
Two suspicious characters were
arrested but for lack of warrant
able charges they were dismissed,
and the marshal instructed to
escort them safely out of the city.
JOE, the Leading Clothier, will
have his grand fall opening in day
time so his former menus aim
patrons can attend. tf
Wanted Two apprentice girls to
learn dress-making at Mrs. L. A.
Owens, second door west of Hotel
Owing to some break in the
machinery at the brick and terra
cotta works there was a slight in
terruption yesterday but every
thing is moving along aa usual to
day. Mrs. R. H. Windham departed
this morning for Lincoln, to visit
a few days with the family of O. A.
Campbell, whom many will re
member as a former resident of our
Wanteiv-A desirable tenant forevt'rv
the Dovey homestead, corner o
Seventh and Oak streets.
tf K. G. Dovey a Son.
Mrs. S. C. Wheeler and Mrs. Fannie
McDougal were passengers this;
morning for Nebraska City. They
will take in eights about the exposi
tion and visit friends before return
h.Q-wlinfi and blowh.ard wcrk ia ladvartisisa.- thessa daT3'JEvo'?,bod7, "blo,Te. Wliistlen rr-u
W. i2. SCHILDISHECHT'S SHOE STORE
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Yours Running Over Wit.
A DARING F.OBBERY.
fhe Expr Mesxenger Offer ReaiM-
ance But is Finally Overpowered.
A special from Texas Creek, Colo.,
conveys the intelligence that nn ex
press train four miles west of that
place was held up by seven masked
men and robbed of $.l,fi()0. Kxpress
Messenger Angel made n deter
mined resistance, and used a revol
ver to good advantage, but whether
anyone was killed is not definitely
Citizens are in pursuit who have
telegrnped for hounds that have
been used in the penitentiary. No
efforts will lie spared to find the
Tllli IlKKAt.1) takes occasion to
inform those parties who make a
practice of sneaking the papers
belonging to regular subscribers,
whether for the purpose of reading
them or because they are naturally
otiery and do it for sheer mean
ness, that if they do not want to be
exposed we should like to have
them leave the papers alone that
belong to other people. Now if you
want the paper for news, for which
it is well eouiped, we will make a
special reduction and deliver it to
you for 50 cents per month.
We desire to extend to our friends
our Heartfelt thanks for deeds of
kindness and words of consolation
offered during the sickness and
death of our beloved husband and
Mrs. FrepGorper and Family,
A Pleasant Event.
A pleasant event occured at
South Park last evening, and doubt
less its memory will be cherrished
by all present. The neighbors and
friends of Mr. anil Mrs. Charles
Rankin planned a surprise party,
in coinmenoration of the tenth
anniversary of their married life
The ladies with well filled baskets,
gave evidence that all would be
supplied with a bountiful supper
and in this, none were disapointed
All voted that it was good to be
there atid wishes that Mr. and Mrs
Rankin may live a longer and more
prosperous life than ever before
Among those present were the fol
Grandma Taylor, Mcsdaines Jake
("oilman, Green Coffman, Arnold;
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Churchill, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Rasmusser, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Koyoe,
Mr. Will Tucker, Misses Mollie and
Agather Tucker, Ruther Churchill.
State Fair Attractions.
The arrangements are about com
pleted for the state fair. The
managers have endeavored to make
the fair particularly interesting
to the farming industry. Aside
from the usual stock, exhibit, which
promises to be unusually good,
and the usual exhibitions of farm
products and machinery, the Grand
Island and Norfork beet sugar
industries will make an exhibit;
Dr.Billings will be present and teach
farmers how to guard against hog
cholera bv inoculation. Many have
an idea that inoculation is a dirflroceed to indulge
cult operaiion,out ur. inuinge pays
that it is not expensive and.that
farmer can easily: irtiard
against the swine plagut, by which
Nebraska farmers losie millions of
dollars every year On the whole,
the outlook ia ry promising1 and
with favorable weather the man
agem assure all that a fair in Jte
lug wii.fi the demands will be p if
rdc-d. The B. & M. offers reduced
ates. ' ,
M - IF
ROrpTn'rVr . - T1
Aecommodatichs and B
ife vcyouiuiuuauvus ana Ljar
Mr. Robt. Walker leaves thia eve
ning for Nebraska City, where he
has secured employment for a short
time. , i
Jay W. Kennedy is in the city rep
resenting Chamberlain & Co., phar
macists, Pes Moines, Iowa. Mr. K.
will lilyly establish pleasant busi
ness relations with our citizens.
A large force of Dagos were
marched down this morning to be
paid off, to which thay had no ob
jection, as might be seen by the
way in which they chuckled over
The regular meeting of the La
dies' Aid Society of the M. E. church
will be held to-morrow afternoon at
2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Kroeh-
ler, on Locust street and Washing
ton avenue. Six h-iiTAKY.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wood returned
this morning from Hastings, Iowa,
accompanied by Mrs. Wood's
mother, Mrs. Henderson.
They will leave to-morrow for Fac
tory ville, where Mr. Wood will "rule
Miss Graves, who has been visit
ing with the family of Capt. L. D.
Uennett, departed this morning for
her home at Ackley, Iowa, where
she holds a position as principal of
the schools. Miss Alice Wilson.
Miss Gass and Madge Wilson ac
companied her to Omaha.
We are pleased to note that the
council has taken steps to have the
weeds cut about the streets of the
city, this making a more creditable
showjngfor our city. Visitors on
arriving nre at once'impressed with
surroundings, and such steps as
these cannot but make a good show
ing. We have received an announce
ment of the College of Law recently
established in connection with the
State University. The board of
regents has spared no pains to pro
vide every essential for a first class
law school, and the chancellor as
sures all that they will be furnished
every accommodation necessary for
thorough and rapid preparation for
the practice of law.
Mr. H. K. Hendricks, principal of
scho'ils nt Heloit, Iowa, is in the
county visiting friends in the city
and vicinity. This is Mr. H's. first
trip to Nebraska, and after having
visited at different portions of the
county he expresses himself as
very favorably impressed with our
thriving little city. Mr. II. speaks
also of a visit made in com
pany with Miss Fischer, with their
old school mates, Miss Cora and
Troy Davis, daughter and son of
Meek Davis. They conclude that if
Z ZgmOT CA8P BIDES
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are truly hospitable.
Almost every evenbf a casual
observer will noticeAictiona on the
part of a few tqjifehf, that to say
the least, areliBorderly and pun
ishable offences. We believe that,
withouja single exception the
parljLrtpants in these rows have first
fitd up well with liquor and then
ing lantruatre and even come to
blows. Last evening an occurance
of this kinJ happened that was dis
graceful in the stme and the
participants should been
marched off to jail to soJj.: -p.
The Herald can plainly see, ho '
ever, that as long as we alio w intox
icating drinks sold thus encourag
ing drunkenness, that we must ex
pect to have these occurrences occa
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IIKSUMMER CLEARANCE SALEr;:vVrJ.
In order to reduce stock to make
we must close out tlie Imliuice ot our Summer stock as quickly us pu
sible. Commencing to day we will oiler our entire line ot white'
goods, einbroitleries Hoimcinc and all overs
At 20 IVr tViit Mx'ouiil
Jadies Himiner vests at 8c
Jadies summer vests at 10c
Jadies black and fancy ribbed
T adies black lisle and aney
i-rf 35 worth 45c
T adies silk mixed vests at 6oc
-1 ' at 75c, '
Jadias silk vests at $1,
20 per cent, on all ladies shirt
per cent dicsount
ClinUies redii"d to Scents (Jer yard, regulars 8i-t' miallity
Mquv.'i line ile India I; ''','.' .?. cr j :ird, " ,
We make this oiler u m,-, f.
purchase it in want -if w.y of aUve roodn. k KMEMUKW
goods murked in plain ligures nnd
tnis sa.e as tney are tne lowest prices
ONE DOOR EAST
EAWw ARE, STOVES &' IHOU
PUMPS, TINWARE ETC.
She ia a winner. We reduce our
not because somebody com Dels us
time credit man that can stand it
a lew more priceB tnat may interests "r
Golden machine oil ( - ' - e ' . Koee at Per Kal
Gasoline )' X.aftf " " "
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Warrnntprt Ifav Knrk .
2.0110 odd si?.f carriaire
Another lot of clothes r
'. Carpet tacks . t(JO
Cook stoves at coaf JiRlosi
Folding ironinrds '
Blk barb .winfr s '
' Galvanized; wire -
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Lrjsm'e in and see us whether you
Rer f-nber that we can and will save
Cfst anoY;npesi line oi iimmc id uie vii,
NOT - ONE-CENT
OUT -1 037" - PRICES
R. T. DAVIS, Manager. '
room for our fall nnreli.-Lsi s
From Popular Trice,
regular. 10c quality.
regular. 15 quality,
vests 25c worth 35c.
Egyptian cotton vests
was a bar-
reduced from $1.28,
on all our silk vmbrellas
wr - tn.x u K .w is tin
we do as we advertise.
quoted this season, .
prices because we enn afford too,
x Vh0J the high price, long
JTFtTTSMOUTIL We crive
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are in need of any
you money every time
AZTttlfjl " " " 30C each
lnr j . - - wic per nunarea ,
A, I t.'' J . m m
r - z.io y
still go at leper paper jy
3.70 per hundred SA f
rt,oOoo ' jfP '
erfAor not il
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