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l'UTTsMOUTH. CASS COUNTY. XKIII'ASKA. TIIUUSiiAY.SUn'KM HHU2I1891
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of sill in leavening strenth.
-Latest lT. S. Covernmcnt Food Re
port. R. A, SALSBURY
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WILD AM) IV.KC KLAIN CKOWNS
lr. Sleltiwitvs iiiKi-Hltietic fertile pillule t
iiuenon in teem.
Fine Gold Work a Specially.
IfiK'kwood HIiM'k riitttsiiiiiiiih, Xih
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
AoUry Public & Abstracter solicitor
eal Estato, Loau and Insurance Agents
ii you nave real estate to sell or
exchange send usdescription, price
ir i .
Abstracts of title furnished
IliKMKM) to loan at 7'., percent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK & IIVKK'S
I'l. ATTSMUl'l II - N'Kli.
Office under Cii Cuiiiitv l!;ink.
jAWSON A PEARCE
Their Kail straws, laiiev rilibniiK, lips and iiill
uiso ,i Kii i tii'w i ;tr-1 1 1 ii ciine .Imp Mar
in straw a i il fe t. I hey li-'Vea (nil
line ol haby Ir'nil anil in or'
derUclixe did stock out have re
duced Uwir laraw ailur hatK to 40 ami to
!i ee Is iiinimeil.
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UOI.l) AM) I'OltCKLAlV CKOWNS .
Bridge wnrk mid tine gold work 8
UK. STKINAl'H MM'aI.h well as other inn
eslhetiosu'lven torthe rainless extraction o'
0. A. MARSHALL. Kit.ijcniM "'
Frank Young is in Omaha to-day
Pat Malinncv is taking in Omaha
Knitik Morgan went to Lincoln to
day on No. n
Mrn. I,. A. Newcomer is visiting- in
II. J. Streitfht went to South Rend
last night on the Schuyler.
Lewis Moore, our enterprising
tlortHt, is in Omaha today.
Mrs. S. A. Davis whs a passenger
on No. 7 west thi morning.
Several Stock trains passed
through to-day for Chicago.
Mrn. Joe Klein left for Omaha
this morning for a few days' visit.
Tom Murphy left this morning
for McCook to look afler his grading
Phil Cotfman returned from Falls
City last night after a visit of ten
Mrs. Geo. S. Ferguson, who has
heen visiting friends at Lincoln,
has returned home.
F,d Donelan and wife left on the
flyer last night for Chicago to I.e
gone about ten days on a visit.
Mr. Jas. Clishe Hnd daughter May
Clisbe ahd Mrs. C Russell came
over from Weeping Water to-day.
R. H. Windham goes to Lincoln
this morning to attend the M. Ii.
conference now in session there.
Minn Olive Oast leaveH forOmaha
to-day, as a delegate to the Mate
convention of the W. C. T. V. The
convention will he in session four
The society of the A. O. I'. W. lias
recently instituted a degree, desig
nated the "Degree of Honor.'' The
degree is taken by ladies, only. It
is intended that this order shall
have about the sutne connection
with A, O 1'. W. that the Daughters
of Rebe, cti hjis with the I.
0. O. F. -The Rebeccas
give a reception to the newly insti
tuted order this evening at the new
1. O. O. F. hall in the Fitzgerald
block. Kxtcnsivc preparations
have been made and a good time is
Mr. Joseph Hawksworth and Miss
May Hevernge were united in the
holy bonds of matrimony this after
noon at 4::i0, Rev. Hurgess of the
Ivpiscopal church officiating.
The groom is an employee of the
R it M.road, and for some time has
beeu stationed at McCook.
The bride is one ol our
most charming and promising
TllK IlKK' Al.D joins with a host of
friends in extending congratula
tions. Ine Busmen Department.
TllK IlKK'ALD is able to state,
authoritatively, that the Husiness
Course will be adopted in the pub
lic schools in accordance with the
original plan, notwithstanding the
temporary interruption. Prof.
Halsey informs us that about
thirty-five have already signified
their intentions to attend the night
session, thus assuring a class sulli
ciently large to secure its establish
ment. In order that it may be
known how many will probably at
tend the night school, those who
contemplate attending tire request
ed to notify Prof. Halsey, either
personally or by postal, by to
morrow evening, if possible.
TllK llKKAU) hopes to see this en
terprise succeeed as originally in
tended, and indications are that it
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Parker, of
Ohio, parents of Samuel Parker,
who have been visiting in the
county the past two weeks, left this
morning for Indiauola, Iowa, where
they will visit before returning
home. Mr. Parker informs us (hat
while here he was afforded thepriv
ilege of traveling over the county
considerably and that he was very
favorably impressed with the ap
parent prosperity of our farmers
and the general appearance of the
The family of L. C. Stiles is
moving to-day to the property of
1'. V. Mathews, on the corner of
Vine and Fourth streets.
C. S. Sherman, of Loiiis ille, was
in the cit y last evening.
Always take vour prescriptions
to Hrown & Barrett's. if
That HuckitigCough can sonuick-
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it, For Sale by lv G.
Fricke mid O II Snyder. 1
A Safe Investment.
1c one which is guaranteed to
brine vou satifaotarv results, or in
case of failuree a return ofpurchase
ii.: r. . i
lm e. v mi in is sine piain you can
buy from our advisertise Druiririst
a bottle of Dr. King.s New Discrverv
tor consumption. It is guaranteed
to bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat,
Lungs, or chest, such as Consum
ption, Inflammation of Lungs Bron
chitis' Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Croups.ets., etc. It is pleasant and
gareeahle to taste, perfectly safe
and Trial bottles free at F. (J. Fricke
A: Co' 8 Drugstori.
acli $10 worth of goods
it kThc Fa'r' me not
ee our r,
H) and 25
ent counters lor Hargains
The following is a partial li
a wards made at the recent t
FANC Y WOK'K.
Mis. J . W. Thomas, Plattsmoiith,
fancy crochet and embroidery
work, live first ami three second
Mrs. C. K. Cook, Plattsmoiith,
worsted and embroidery work, three
Mrs. L. A. Owens, Plattsuiouth,
needle, ci'ihroidcry, lace and
worsted work, one second and nine
first premiums; best silk quilt, nee
ond premium; best suit ladies'
clothes, fust premium; crochet,
first, ami needle-work second pre
mium. Mrs. lv lv Hilton, Plattsmoiith,
point lace, first premium.
Mrs. J. II. Hecker, Plattsmoiith,
best cotton quilt, second premium.
Mrs. A. H. Taylor, best cotton
tidy and lace, two first premiums.
Mrs. Val Hurkel, Plattsmoiith,
woolen quilt, first premium; best
display of quills, first premium;
I fancy crochet, needle and variety
crochet work, one first and two
Mrs. S. Thomas, Plattsmoiith, best
silk quilt, first premium.
Mrs. L. Churchill. Plattsmoiith,
cotton quilt, first premium.
Mrs. Wm. Wetlenkamp, Plitts
inontli, best ten yards carpet, first
Mrs. S. Thomas, Plattsmoiith,
dresser cover, press cover, splasher,
center piece for table, each first
Mrs. H.lSoeck, Plattsmoiith
diet and needle work, i:i'h
Mrs. M.J.Poisal. chair tidy, first
J. W. Thomas, Plattsmoiith, one
lirst ami two second premiums.
M. Ii. Murphy, Plattsmoiith, one
W. II. Ileil, Cedar Creek, one sec
ond and six lirst premiums.
G. S. I'pton, I'n ion, three first and
two second premiums.
IIOKSKS AND Ml'I.KS.
. Propst V Freistch, Plattsmoiith.
iuiported stallions, two lirst pre
Wm. Gilmore, Plattsuiouth, bc-.t
geldings, one first and one second
premium; stallion, one first pre
mium. . M. Cottier, Nehawka, best marc,
W. A. Humphrey, Plattsuiouth,
best gelding, first premium.
Frank Young, Plattsmoiith, best
colt, first premium
J. W. Sage, Plattsuiouth, draft
horses, first premium; family
buggy team, second premium;
gvlding, first premium; best team,
1.IHH) pounds each, second premium.
Jones & Fit.gerald. Plattsuiouth,
best colt, best two bred mares, best
stallion, (showing five colts), each
lirst paemium; best draft stallions,
one first and one second premium.
Sam Archer, Plattsuiouth, best
draft team, second premium.
W. D. Jones, Plattsnioutli, best
colt, second premium,
A. Hccson. Plattsmoiith, best colt,
S. II. Shumaker, Plattsuiouth,
best family buggy team, first pre
mium; best mare, second premium.
John Ramsey, Louisville, best
matched team, best 3-yearold
gliding, each first premium.
Jas. W. Holmes, Rock Klutfs, best
mare over two and under three
years old, first premium.
R. F. Dean, Murray, best stallion
over three years old, first premium.
Ivan Gray, best team of mules,
A. B. Todd Decline.
Pl.A t TSMot ril, Neb., Sept. '22, '511.
the County (Jerk of
I wish to thank my many
friends for the confidence reposed
in me in the past, as evidenced by
the nomination tendered me for the
office of county commissioner from
tlie First district.
Having served the people of Cass
county in the capacity of county
commissioner for the past nine
years, fo the best of my ability, I
hereby decline the nomination so
unanimously tendered me by my
esteemed fellow republicans, in
county convention assembled at
Louisville, Neb., Sept. 1(1, JS)1.
A. H. Tori.
It is reported to-day that the
charges against Prof. Ivwing were
not will founded and that he has
been released from custody, hut we
can not vouch for its accuracy.
M PR KAY HKLYITIF.S.
Mrs. Dr. Hrendle of this place is
lying dangerously ill. Dr. Wallace,
of Cnion, was called early Monday
morning for consultation. At this
writing she is no better but we hope
to note her recovery soon.
Mrs. J A. Walker is enjoying a
visit from Mrs. Andrews, of Weep
We had the pleasure of attending
n missionary concert, given at
Otterbein chapel, about five miles
from tins place, on last Sabbath
evening. The program although
lengthy, was rendered well by rruisl
all taking part in it. The house
was crowded to over flowing and
the evening being somewhat warm
made it very uncomfortable for a
good many. There waw a selection
or two spoken which we thought
were not appropriate for the Sab
bath day as comical recitations are
out of the place; but overlooking
this and taking it altogether a good
program was rendered. After the
exercises four young ladies were
appointed to take up a missionary
collection. The minister in charge
offering a bible to the one whose
subscription amounted to ten dol
lars or more which, was won by
Miss Lillie Tucker. The whole
amount raiseu nemg a little over
twenty-four dollars which will bi
used to .send the gospel to the
heathen in dark Africa. Calico,
musline, and wearing apparel was
donated by a j;ood many which will
be shipped at once by (he I'nitcd
M r. Jas. Totten, who has been so
journing in Dtikota, for about three
months returned home last week.
The game of base ball played by
1'iurray agamM I'lallsinoutli re
sulted in a ti' Hut Murray claims
she have beat had Plattsuiouth
Win. Hodgens departed for his
home in Page county, Iowa, after a
two weeks i-it with friends.
Hon. A. Root and Geo. Lloyd at
tended the convention at Louisville
Miss Hcssie Walker is attendiii'!
school in Plattsuiouth again this
A new compositor has been
added to the liauner office.
Miss Florence Grosser iscnjoying
a visit from her friend Miss LaRue,
of York, also her aunt, Mrs. Graham
of the same place.
The most delicious peaches we
have seen this year came from the
orchard of Mr. Lee Oldham. We
extend thanks for the del icious ones
we were allowed to sample Tues
day of this week, they very near
come up with California fruit.
To Con I Consumer.
All those that do not settle
their last season's coal bills with
nie by the Kith of Oct. next will not
expe ct to have any accomidations
li'om nie tins season of course.
Office ami yards lot South Third
street. Telephone, 1U.
I always try to have a full line id
all grades of coal on hand.
tf TIMU I 1! V ( t.Ak'K.
I'lattsniHiilh, Sept. 22, H.
A, B. Todd's Announcement
It is with regret that we chronicle
the fact that A. H. Todd declines to
allow his name to be uscdas a can
didate for re election to the office of
county commissioner for the First
district. lr. Todd has served Un
people of Cass county for sev
eral years in a manner very credit
able to himself and highly satisfac
tory to his constituents. He de
serves, and doubtless receives,
credit for zealously guarding the
interests of the tax payers, and
favoring every move calculated to
promote the general welfare of Un
people. We are informed that the nomina
tion was unanimously tendered Mr.
Todd without his knowledge that
the district convention was being
held an appreciative compliment,
As TllK llrilfAi.phas before Miited,
the candidacy of Mr. Todd would
add strength to the ticket, and while
the rt publican party is amply pro
vided with good material frotn
which to till the vacancy, if will be
necessary to exercise discretion and
judgment to select a man as well
qualified for the position as A. H.
F. M Young, Cass county's most
prominent bee man, was a pleasant
caller at Tin; Hkkai.p sanctum to
day. Mr. Young bas been confined
to bin room for several weeks and is
Now is a good time to subscribe
for TllK HhWAI l
I ft SUMMER CLEAKANCK SA LIT
A T I
: : l-IMjfjA(AjjYS : :
Mbit (,o n.tuoncin, c, clay wo will oiler our entire line ot wlfite
good, embroideries lloiincings mid nil overs
At 20 Per (Vnt Discount From Itrgular Price,
Jjidies tummer vests at
Jadies summer vests at 10c
JJidies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
T adies black lisle and ancy Egyptian cotton vests at
J -i oo worth 4oc
Tndies silk mixed vests at 6oc, was a bar
J ar. 75c, '
Radios silk vests at
gO per centdiosounton all our silk umbrellas
We make thisotfer in order to inlm-i. Ui,.l v
nNE DrjOr EAST FJHST NATIONAL.
TIME HAS COME
W Ii e ii jii ii
sllolllil licgjll to
think iiliout your
We Jun e just re
ceived ten (rases
of helies, cliil
lreii(!, mens, and
direct from a
nmniifae t u r e r
who was need
incf money and
was willing; to
VK'eiiil Ho. 1 2
years old. ONLY :Cc KACH
SlH'fM'll No Children heavy natural wool colored Shirt
irlvllll 11U. nm and Drawers running in same sues as the (tear
let only 2.") cts a garment. You can't afford to buy the cloth to nuike your
children underwear when we can sell you them ready made so cheap.
JlinePll Nfi l Mens extra heavy ribbed natural wool o
lOILl Itll t shirts iind drawers all si.e only :i ct F;A
SllPPi'll Nft 4 Ladies heavy merino Shirt and Drawers, Silk
OJKA l(U HUj 1 trimmed, a very nice garment, that isuniversally
sold at. "met; We sell at 3 cts KACH.
Special Floor Oil Cloth Bargains ZVZ
stoves, etc at only 2,"ic per square yard. We have it in several different
designs mid widths.
IMiMikots or Ital Comforts ''ZZ
you with prices. We have them to uit anyone pockcthook and will
give good value for your money.
Best English Linoleum '"'2 c7; aTan' Fi1 ha-
gam at the price.
New Stock of Shoes Just Received.
During the last week we have received frotn New Kngland factories 59
case of Ladies, Misses, Children, Mens and boy s shoes, among thern
are unprecedented bargains. Call and see u. and Ictus show you
how cheap, solid, serviceable a shoe can be sold
WM, HEROLD & SON.
8c regular. 10c quality.
regular. 15 quality,
$1, reduced from $1.20.
ladi6S Sh'rt WaisU and
dispose of part
of this years pro
duet of his mill
at a sacrifice, his
and we hoiight
the roods at less
than their ac
tual value, to
start this under
wear we intend
to make some.
TO EARLY BUYERS
wool Scarlet Shirts and drawers, al
large enough to lit a c hild twelve
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