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PLATTSMOUTII, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15191
$1.50 A YEAR
, ' A cream of tartar linking powder
H ighest of nil in leavening strentli
Latent U. S.Oovernnient Fond Import.
Mm tie Vleker.
A large ami appreciative audi
ence greeted tne Mattie Vickers
.1. ' .I-
troupe last evening, in iuu
Mattie figured most prominently.
It was not her first appearance be
fore a I'lattsinouth audience and on
this occasion she fully sustained
her former reputation. Doubtless
in the event that the troupe should
fimt it convenient to appear here
again they will be greeted with
A Remarkable Case.
John Reich has been in the em
ploy of the RAM. as night watch
at the shops for the past 'ii consecu
tive years and, until last night, he
has never failed to be on duty. He
is at present confined to his room
on account of sickness.
R. A. SALSBURY
PLATTSMOl'TH, Oct. , X I
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment, resent, A. H. lodd, A. I.
Lndcrnud Jacob Tritsch, County
. n-K-N-T-I-S-T :
COI.n AND 1T.KCKI.AIN CKOWNS,
Hr. K;eli:wiiv !in;i'si hctlc fcr the
traciicii' hi H'Hii.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Rockwood Rl-ek riiUts!i. ii:!i. Neb.
IHOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
otary Public Abstracter Solicitor
al Estate, Loan aid Insurance Agents
If you have real estate to sell or
NV.; exchange send us description, price
; tiini ii ' .
(-Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at V percent and
no commissions, on good
' POLLOCK ti IIYF.ICS
I'LATTSMOL' Til - NEH.
Clllee under Ca Comity Hank.
A reception was tendered Rev. L.
F. Hritt and family last evening un
der the auspices of the Epworth
League, at the residence of Frank
Davis on Eighth street. The com
modious dwelling was well filled
with young people who indulged
in pleasant games and conversation
interspaced with instrumental and
vocal musicall of which was highly
appreciated by those present. De
fore dismissing Kev. Hritt made a
few remarks in which he expressed
delight seeing so many young peo
ple who were either connected with
the young people's society in the
church or whose sympathies ran in
that direction; and expressed a hope
that the relations between him, his
family and the young people of
I'lattstnouth.'jjinight be eminently
pleasant and profitable. Other
singing wan participated in by all,
at the conclusion of which the com
pany repaired to their homes.
Kev. Hritt enters upon his pastor
ate at this pls.ce with a zest and en
thusiasm that promises well and
doubtless with proper co-operation
on the part of the citizens his labors
will be eminently successful.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney Ht-tw. Will ply prompt atfntloD
to 111 bili'limM e:itrii"tiMl to turn. Olllee ID
Onion block. Kiwi .W'. 1'lati.Hmoutli, eb.
-jCAWSON & PEARCE
Their Fall straws, filing ribbi'iiMip nJ quill
MSO 4 lot of new fuetuo'i " nhau liatu
In straw ami fi-1. Tlicy li've a full
line ol buby h"ort. ami In or'
rler U rlee old stork out bvo re
diiGd tliilr sti-iiw eallor Hal- to 4(1 anil to
i T5 ctv Isirlmineil,
MISS PCIIl'YLEK, TRIMMER.
During balance of pickingseason
I will continue to pay the highest
market prices for good varieties of
winter apples at canning factory.
2S(it El Somkks.
Regular meeting of Ladies' Aid
Socety of M. E. church, Tliusday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. Niles. Comer of pearl and
HAVE J I .ST KEC1VEO A Kl.'LL LINE OF
AtfD WP'TER HATS
VS'e gli have a lres niaUliiK tlepartmmit. But
SiiERWooi Stoke. I'lattsmouth
Ji X .
r HOLD AWH rOROELAIN CRO'ANS -Bridfre
work and tine jjold work a
DK.8TK!NAl'8 LOCAL as well an other ..rii
esthetlMKlven tor the uatnleM extraction of
0: A. MARSHALL. Fitzgerald "'-
F. II. ELLENHATM. Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also tresn
Kggs and Butter.
Wanted - Sonn
at this office.
good cotton rags
There will be a regular meeting
of the directors of the Livingston
Loan & Huilding Ass'n., Thursday.
Oct. 15. 1MU. at 7::iO p. m., at the sec
retary's office over fiering & Co's.
drug store. Hknky A. Oekinc,
To the races held at Nebraska
City, Oct. 13. 10 anil 17. the Missouri
Pacific will sell round trip tickets
for $1.0h Good to return until the
Good Evening! Have von used
Ah! there is no need of my saying
any thing further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing iut the
hamous HlusM of Noses lor your
complexion. Yours with best
Floka A. Joxkh,
South Bend, lad
P. S. Call this eve please at.O. II
Snyder and learn the particulars.
St. John's Altar Society will hold
a social at the residence of Asher
Clark, 403 Vine street, on Thursday
evening. Oct. 13. Everybody invited
Minutes of September session
read and approved, w hen the fol
lowing business was transacted in
YllEKEAS, it has been made to ap-
nenr to the county commissioners
flint the citizens of Rock Hlutls
ureeincts are dissatisfied with tin
changes made in the division of
said precinct and of constituting a
.:... r;il1...1 '.Tl nrrii v MThir
L'l vc. v v ...... ..
fore lie it.
Resolved, by the board of county
commissioners that their action
made August 5, 1S1 in relation to
the division of Rock Hlutf precinct
be is hereby reconsidered, and that
said Rock Hlulfs precinct shall re
main the same as it uut ociore sum
division was made.
Resolved, further; That as Rock
Hlutls precinct has cast over
votes at the last general election,
we therefore, in compliance with
the law made and provided in such
cases, establish and declare an
extra voting place in said precinct
as follows:-AU that portion in
Townshiu 11 ran ire 13 cast, shall
.miMiitiite volintr district No. 1. All
the residue of said precinct oeing
township 11 range 14 shall consti
tute voting district No. It. The
county clerk is lier.-by ordered to
notify all persons who have been
nominated for precinct officers that
such change has been made.
Hoard sdiourned iill to-inorrow.
' Oct. 7. 1H.
Petition for submission of the
question of Township Organization
was granted as prayed for, the
notice of election for next general
election shall contain said proposi
tion, and the tickets to be used in
the several precincts shall also
contain the words, For Township
Organisation, and Against Town
H. F. Hrendel was appointed coun
ty physician for second physician s
Upon complaint of Llsie rioorc
of unjust taxation oi inimncij
stock, in tne city os I'lattsmouth,
the valuation of the same was re
duced to for the year IS'.).
HILL AUDITED AND ALLOW ED ON GEN
A J McDonil l, (iicniiiss grave, poor.... 5 3 .
(,' W rili'-rinim, priming tax llrt . W 2u
0 W Sliivmun, " h anks 41 M
; W Noble, am ex .... l'7-
A B Knotts, printing H 85
J K Kdthl.'y. prh.llugciiuitdi'rket ... W
A H Todd, iial and exp.... , "
M n Murphv Co. nidseto poor w no
p. Loiter. Kal and exp...... '4 10
Itlrd Cil elill-ld, l-taxlW A exp !.'.
11 Mall, te,c:se EiiK'ekliiif, dee'd.. . 8
W C Hhowalter, " " w
.Vm Tlchfl " " " 39W
,J C Klkenl.ary " "... 2 30
1 P Hairs, supt court house 'H 00
If C MtfMaken A Son. Ic- T (10
lacoli Tr.taeli, 1 wl 'P 91 35
A Clark, mds
p.ira KleKhman, ker ln poor IB 00
State Journal, books and statlone y.. . 90 25
11 C McMukcn. Wk nn enirt bouse n'd. 5 0"
V M Jine, repairlim Jail !
Louis losr, w'k on court liouneg'd 4 K
Wm Tlghe. b'diitt A (t'diiR prls 149 68
Jones FitKcrald, team to cum' . 12 M
A H Knott, priiiilm tax lit 406 20
Oniuli, ll'.eiiublli'ail.lirllilillllK & Ktat'y .. 25 50
Kti Povey & Hmi. mdse 12
Mrs M D Hlaik. rent Co Judge's office.. 30 Oo
,1 ( llilkenliary, kfeplnu poor hoiu-e .. 172 M
Lehnliotf llws. statlon'iy if. 65
Dr .1 II Hall, nied services t poor 75 CO
Platt Brick Terra Cotta Co, brick to
poor houe I
Can Co Agrlciil(uialSoi'lety,Coil"t.... 7M ,V5
H ( Bace, printing 22 M
W J White, moving l ine tree lo 00
K 1) McDonald ft Co. colon to poor... . 12 00
Weldman ft Breckenfi-ld. hardware. ... 10 on
Hills audited and allowed and al
lowed on bridge fund:
Coleman t McPbern.m, lumber, etc i!3 4
J 0 ( ummlns a Son, IIIIuk' 120
" hauling a storaKe 0
" tiling to I'dIoii ... 166 to
Beardfley, Clark k Co (W W) tlllug etc t.16 4!
there may be a better showing dur
ing the next six liiontbs.
All Justices and other magis
trates will please make their depos-
ites of lines, and other moneys re
ceived according to Section 534 of
chapter I., of criminal code, 1SS0
and also be able to make statement
to county clerk on or before Feb. 1st
189- as per section 5;W of Same chap
See section fill, chapter L. crimi
nal code as to allowance of costs in
Hy order of af commissioners.
OUR FALL AM) WLVmi Su;(K
- - OF - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
THE ADVERTISING TRAIN.
All the Preliminaries Arranged and
Everything Ready to Move.
Arrangements have been nearly
completed for the ndvertising ex
periment and indications are that
it will be a coinnlcte success. I he
exhibits are all in their places and
the decorations are completed. II.
C. NcMaken who has taken a promi
nent part in the enterprise informs
us that Cass county's exhibit com
pares creditably with other coun
ties and in some particulars, partic
ularly fruit and corn, surpasses the
exhibits of any other county.
The train will leave Omaha to
morrow as to previous nunoimce
inei.t, and arrive at I'lattsinouth
either one hour before or one hour
alter the llyer. We could not deter
mine certainly in reuard to it, A
stop of from lifteen to thirty inin
utes will be made here. All that
Gild it convenient should avail
themselves of Ibis excellent oppor
tunity of seeing a representation
of the cream of our resources.
We are showing a handsome line of
CAM KLS IIAIK PLAIDS,
FLA NN KLS,
full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
A good Ladies Jeruy vest at 'J5c.
Ladies line Jersey vest and pants in
while or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests and
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under
wear. Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
xvear in natural, scarlet and while
at prices as low as the lowest.
Autill will give you a dish
milk stew oysters for only 20
cents, cash. tit
Card of T hanks
Wr desire to extend heartfelt
thanks to our friends for their kind
ness and sympathy during the ill
ness and death of our dear little
daughter. Pearl, and especially to
her teacher and schoolmates for
their many tokens of love and sym
pathy, which win ever ie remem
Mk. and Mrs. li. Pktkkshn.
Reducnd Rate. ,
The U. & M. road will sell reduced
tickets to Omaha and ret urn atone
Hid one-third fare on the certificate
lan on account of the Trans-Mis-
sissippi commercial congress.
Tickets on sale from Kith of October
The lndttpectdeiiia to Roily.
Hon. m. Jlclxeighan, congress
man from the second congressional
district, will speak upon the polit
ical issues of the day at Kockwootl
Hall, Friday evening at 7::i0 o'clock.
The speaker is a representative in
dependent and will expound the
doctrine of his party at its best.
AVK nnviT hliown ho large a line in tliip department.
We cull tmociiil attention to our Urn-d assortment ut l.oelers
Military ami Hip Coat slupes trinimi , with Mink-, Sen', Astmeluiii.
Miiilalooii and Coney furs. ,
Our line of Plueli Sucijuca arc
lincH of Cliil'lrt'im utnl Misses Clnaks mihI .Jackets.
cheaper tllilii e-er iK'toie.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
SIXTH STk'KET fH
Sleepness night made miserable
by that terrible caugh Shilohs rein
edy is the cure for you, by F. O
Fricfc. and O II Snyder. 2
Croup frequently finds a house
hold unprepared for its visit, while
the repiditv with which it develops
call for "instant treatment. For
this dangerous disease Ayer's Cher
ry Pectoral is an admirable remedy.
Itsaven many lives every year.
Keep in the house.
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and CliiMiens
all wool underwear and be
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
call and see our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you Iseen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 05 and 75 cents
CliicHKO Lumber Co, lumber 31 on
A K Htiirm. lumber.. 44 fs
Aitxiti'd & swauaon.r' pair load tool.. 4 til)
Kai-krlt t(iHie. iiaMi 1 20
It K Firmer. niRtertil ft help im roads. . a Oo
A C MayM. urT'yir.K & exp 31
.1 (.' Hinllli, deposit on road 10 0"
Total ain't of lines received
during the six months end
ing Oct. lst,1891 in Cass conn
ty Treasury ai (X)
Total cost paid in felony cas
es durinir the six month end
ingOct. 1.1M1 $1,(IK( 10
State of Nkhkaska,
Cass County, '
I, Hird C'ritchtield, countv clerk
in and for said county, hereby cer
tify that the above is the total
amount of lines and recogniitanc
moneys received by the county
treasurer during the six months
ending Oct. 1. 1J1.
It will be seen by the above that
the lines and recogdizance receivt
fall far short of the amount of costs
paid out in felony cases during 1h
last six months, and therefore the
board of commissioners are justi
lied in laying over the tost bills in
misdemeanor cases until next
April for allowance. It is quite
probable that many justices of the
peace have not yet deposited the
lines that have been paid into their
hands and that when this is done
nNF. DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
In the case State vs. I'arker tried
yesterday the jury, acting under
instructions of the court found a
Verdict of not guilty.
1 he case State vs. Henderson on
a chariicof burirlarv is tieuuing as
we go to press.
1 i i mi v.r . re s - ii . . . i i
granted as follows today: Henry lUZUGVei WIVIS QUQTGVL 10 IRQ P0pie 01 riaLlSmOUlIl ailQ
lirumliolier, Christ, nruinnouer . .
and Christian J tier. viwmuy.
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR v
WE m?0S TO SEU
An Old Citizen Die at Union.
J.is. Chalfant, Sr., one of the earli
est settlers of C ass county, died at
1:3U yesterday at the home of his
son, Wm. Chalfant. Had he lived
until to-morrow he would have
been SI years of age.
Hlection occurs three weeks from
The constitutionality if the Aus
tralian ballot law will be tested in
The Mattie Vickers troupe left on
the early train for Lincoln where
they play this evening.
Don't fail to attend the high-live
uarty and social at Asher Clark
Thursday eveningOel. lath
Provision should be vnaile tor an
assistant mayor if his honor be
required to supervise the police de
Kev. I.. I Hritt and tannly came
in on the llyer last evening. They
will occupy the property of Dr. K.
I,. Siggins on Sixth street.
During balance of pickingseason
I will continue to pay the highest
market price for good varieties of
winter implcs at camming factory.
OUR STOCK S
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of all the newest as well as the more staple styles, and will be com
posed of the newest ami choicest productions ' domestic and foreign
manufacture . For a fit aild excellenc of workmanship our garments can
not be excelled. Ami the prices that we offer them at are unprecide nted
in the amountsof the cloak trade.
"WE HAVE a silk seal plush acqiie,3H inches lone; with quilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for f 12. 50. Thi gar
ment is a perfect reflection of tfie plush sncque Unit is universally sold
at $15 and $2.
"WE HAVE a silk seal plusk jacket '.' inches lonir that we can
sell at f'...1)) that would be cheap at $12.50, although some merchants ask
$15 for the same garment. In the finer grades we have something very
elegant and stylish in the trimmed jacket and reefer in both cloth and
THE PROPER, thing for Misses this fall and winter will be
lacKets and reetern, the newuiarhets being almost entirely uiscarueu.
'e have both the Jackets and Reefers lor Misse's wear in endless varity,
We bought our cloaks early of first hands and are thereby enabled
to offer them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early ins. ec
tion of our stock.
Thrrewillbe a meeting of the
Agricultural Society on Saturday,
Oct. h.atthe office of the secretary
at K (forder s store at l oclock, p.
J. K. Vai.lkkv. Hies.
DAVIb Ml 1.1. KM, Sec.
WM. HEROLD & SON,
507 3Inin Ftivet l'latttmoutli, Nob
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