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VOL. XXVII. NO. 37.
S1.50 A V KAU.
Royal Baking Powder is Best
" The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure,
for I have so found it in many tests made both for
that company and the United States Government.
i ,tU go still further and state that because of the facilities that company
have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent
upon the proper 'proportions of the same, and the method of its prcparaUon,
"the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt
edly the Purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to the public.
"HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D."
Late United States Government Chemist.
Board of Trhe.
At a nieciing of the lo;irI i,f truth
last 0 veiling it was found impost ilh
tt uct a quorum, The following
were selected however to attend (lie
Beet Sugar convention at Lincoln:
uilas Pcpperberg, J. W. Johiifton,
. M. Patterson. 1. E. White and L.
1). Hen net t.
President Wintlliam will inter-
lew tin Omaha company to nay
relative to the proposition to locate
si plow factory here.
Off th T rack
As an extra was entering th? north
nil of the It. & M. yard at a o'clock
this niorniPiJ'. the eneine No. -'II- ex
erienccd a.mishap similar to that
cronicled a few days since. As it
struck (lie froir the front wheels
started up the side track while the
hind trucks adhered to the main
track. The disturbance reunited in
tearing up about seven roils of
track uud Blinking the train men up
considerably. It is fortunate that
the speed was not irreat as the re
sults might have been more disas
uUK FALL AND WINTEIt SHUk
- - OF - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
Is !Tov7 Ccraploto in all Dopartmcnts,
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS 1 1 A I K PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
V TIME TABIy
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
V "G ERST
WO. V. Pi '"
MO 10 .5 a. Ill
yo! 20 8:30.n
' GOING WEST
I. o v
No. , 9 .on,m
to. T '-I- "'
so. 6 :! P. m.
No.it, ... aVOSp.tn.
-o t( 11 :5a. m.
. I ! ..
T. L. Mathews is in tlie nieiropoun
The county commissioners, Geo.
ami On- court house clock.
i ul3o i4. .v. ... i :issipirw iiy iikiiij iiivhw.-, .....
Miss Pettee is an Omaha visitor a brilliant reception in their beau
IllsS lt.ut.i,i ..(., .,, t, ...., tiTlu. Simur Cave.'
to-day. Thursday and Friday evenings. A
i? riiritmas slippers go nnr,u..i invitation is extenned to nil
rui t""11 v - . r - -
lo panaite oi umi nimwj d..v..-.
Ed Ross was arrained before
Judge Archer this morning on a
charge of drunkenness, to
.i.:..i. i. i . . !i.-- if -
. . . ? i Qrt 1 II II. II 111 I ill till u II 1 1 1 V. Ill; II Pi tin
it nr :il)HiraCTS oi ime in m-upwu-i . - " -
i ..... 1 i m i oviin fninn sessetl the usual ; nnd costs after
auu- ruir?, $;i t j. ) " I
block. 11 ine payuieni oi wnicn ne weni on
wir uv,,uf ntwl liis Oneen. Forstv. his way reioicinir. Mr. Koss, it will
assisted by many friends, will give lie remembered, some fiit.e oinct
ni.ANKI.TS AM) (OMIOKIS
Stock complete and prices lower
r in: inv i:it
A pood Ladies Jcrsy vest ut il.'ic.
Lathes line Jersey vest find pants it
white or natural grays at fKlc eack
Ladies natural Gray Wool Veftsuni
Pants a talk. Kegular 7.")C under
Full lines of Lathes Fine wool
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal ami lilack.
Complete lines of Child' under,
wear in natural, scarlet and whit
at prices as low as the lowest.
UiSSOVRl PACIFIC UAILWAY
dally eict-pt i-unfay.
. 4 ,00 p. in.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorn TOW!1 'm"e
ot losenh Fetzer. u
Mrs. Geo. Dovey is an Omiiha Tie
v 1 c 1 1 1 V 1 1 Viif'i 1
Hal Johnson came in last evening
Pure buckwheat flour for sale at
lieisei p iiit'i
Vnr lii rpinninder of 'fll "llie
i'.;,." r ; 1 1 nffff mi the 5. 10 and Li
cent counters, articles worth twice
the amount af-ketl.
Geo. Vass and the court house
WViir vnn romrh when Sill'
i. ..J ... j ri-- - .
irtt.'a Kiim will invc iiiiiuecliate re-
ef. Price 1U cts., no cis. auu
. n.K-N-T-I-S-T :
60LD AND PGKCELAIN CKOWN9.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty,
gckwood Block rit.8I.H,Ulh.Neb.
tWSON & PEARCE
lB C"o?lhy h-ort HU.Mu ..r-
Uced lb 'l r rnw nukr tiHt. to 40 and to
7ft c Dtillinnic'l.
MISS SCHUYLER, TKIMMKK.
n r MeMaken is transacting For sale by h. O. fncKe
business in Lincoln to-day. A young man holding a Tery
For a nice
served a term of three vears in tin
penitentiary for having engage d
in a drunken fiirht in which a knife
figured prominently na a weapon.
Mnce serving ms term lie has con
ducted himself much better, and
if it were not for an occasional
over-intlulcence in drink. he
would make useful citizen.
The case of Philip Thierolf vs.
Rodenbush, suit on attachment
wan settled by agreement and dis
The case of Mathew Gering vs. J
fl CIlll RplH'iil
. I . .1 1
vcr t-hown tio large mine in huh ucjianuicuv.
m;'vi iittontion to our I irn (Hflortinent of Heelers
Military and Hip Cout hiipoa trimmed with Mink, fnal, Astraehai,
iMllflilloOtl Hill (Jutiejf furs.
Our lino of Plush Pan ties are cheaper thnn etr helorc. Full
lines of Chiltlrena and Misses Clunks nnd Jackets.
Lincoln to-day. A young man holding a w irawkB Bllit for the recovery of
ellatorCapgotoJOL, trustworthy position in this city I likcwiHC BClllcd
the One Price Clothier. tf
r:, AMnruev Polk ia transacting
leiral business at the metropolis
For fine boots and ehoes go to
Joseph Fetzer, Main street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets. "
Mrs. A. N. Sullivan' has returned
from York, where she has been vis
Vnn ran tret the best ot nanti-
it niiorney uh'h was iikcwihc bciiicu
1 rllt.ilr ( MAAI1 ir 1:4V. I J
. . . . ' " 7 "H nnd diHinisse.l.
n-iii tiio nn trp rnnip in t:iiiiini:i i
with him he would have been
brought into the police court. We
withhold the name tin time.
i I Oil tn K- ' . i
I l.. i,u.ij nml hIkics nt losepli center.
HlilUl . 1
u n Windham, accompanied by
Mrs. Windham, is transacting legal
business in Omaha to-day.
WANTED Ladies to travel Kalary
S0 per month.
i i i:
Winter Hats. U
Probably the larjreet hen egg we
have seen this season was left up
on our table to-day. It measured
six inches iti cirfuinferance at the
Wanted Ladies to canvas
ill itll H i il (
day, Thursday and Friday between
U, i aim i. a at u.t, iouriu sireev.
AND TYPKWR tTING COLLLGh-
There are tl.o.i.H.uU of v..nrg - ;
to mipply tl'tl - vryly , 'sMln Min-t at.rt
"'.'.''..inn. l-ii rnilteed t ccmi-ctelit Mildelits
DAY AM) KVKMN'3 SKSSIONS.
ltoi.ins t.v. rMayei m.w.
'i i,,,r,i-x. niwl Fridav between 9, 12
and 2. 5 at 123 Fourth street. 2t
Mrs. A. Swift, who has been
Htoiminir at the home of her
daunhter, Mrs. Frank Morgan, for
some time, departed this morning
if.... trmir-t where Bbe will
tjf I 1 14 IlftV I lliirtv tlavs.
U. A. Pler.LW Al.N, jeweiei,
41.) Mam street
Mnst toe s ia it m
The Dickons Party,
Tlii fntlnwincr nnmntia rcnrejteilt
I ............ , ----
Call on the Tucker Sjsters in the I characters in the Dickens party at
Sherwood block for bargains the "Author's Carnival" Thursday
and Friday evenings:
Nr. MicawOer itr. lawyer.
David Copperfield J.I Mathews.
Mr. Murdstone Dr. Humphrey.
Hani Peggotty Frank Dickson.
Uriah Harp Mr. Ivigenbroadt.
Mrs. Micawber Miss Clark.
Dora Copperfield May Dutton.
Miss Peggotty Miss Hyers.
Betsy Trotwood-Deana Fisher.
Mrs. Guniridge Mrs. Dickson.
Dollie Varden Hattie Sullivan.
Mr. Hufhn-Mr. Rawls.
Mrs. Buflin Mamie Stiles.
Mr. Siiueers Mr. Barrett.
Mrs. Squeers Miss Halsey.
Nicholas Nickleby-B. A. PlcJvl
Mr. Skunpole Henry Herold.
Ned Cuttle-Prof. McClelland.
Mrs. larley Dora Herold.
Madame Defarire Miss Sherman.
Miss Havishani Miss M.Wright.
Pip (Philys Pcrseys)-Frank
Mr. Pickwick W. L. Knotts.
Mrs. Ilardell-May McClelland.
ONE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
lilzie L. Lewis vs. Win S. Ward.
Suit in attachment. Hearing on
motion to dissolve attachment con
tinued until December 12 1S91. 10
Bank of Cass County vs. E. W.
Carroll et al. Suit on note for $2u
with interest. Default of defendant
entered. ludirinent for plaintiff for
I warrant every piece ot goons i ;na83.
.. n ii ... l....l.-tr nrirfs
sen ami win m ii en i.v i
' ' -f ir
gold and r'Wi.Ais n;o vMi -Uritlgo
w.'rk nml liiK; w"rk "
rH sriMNM'S l,(H'M hhi'II il;C
DK. S l l l 'V ' ''. i,i,..tri.t it, in
C. A. MAliSII.M.l.. K.'.' H.'.'
Hie hibt wet
out S'llf ut
I liuiii and ol i tiwsire.
yoll will save liii'liej
ailvaiit. tfe '!' ctt'iig
Wallt. ( Vnm: ill :.inl
for tliis clofrh p
Oi'i i:A llufsn (1i;.:ki;y.
M. E. Smith & Co. vs. Charles
Clutter. Suit on account for
merchandise. Default of defend
ants entered. Judgment for plain
A. T. Simpson vs. O. M. Streight
Suit on note for $213 less indors-e-
uieiils with ten per cent interest;
default of defendant entered. J udg
incut for plaiutill lor if.V.ni.'A).
L. G. LarM'ti vs. Rastntis Petersen
Suit mi at'ctiuiit. S. P. Yanatti en
teis a (jeneral appearance for tle
fi'iulant; judgment for plaintiff on
proof taken fur C!3,"S.
Sloan, John-oil iV Co. vu. Charles
Clutter. Suit on account.
A number of practicing physi
cians throughout the state are ex
perietieing consiileralile difliculty
complying the new law requir-
Headquarter for ETcrything inthelinof
DIAMONDS, FANCY AND DRONZfc
OPTICAL GOODS, OPEKA GLASSES
SOLID GOLD JEWELR7
A BIG STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODi
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Repairing of FINE WATCHES a Specialty
and all Work warranieu.
THE LEADING JEWF.LEH,
4 15 Main Street,
IS OI'I MM! II'
nf the nev.est and brightest
UHDLEEP.LE F.XD FI-'THIL
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
WVI L LINK
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS
. iilways in stock
!., Lollsi iJovi hi 8.
I-'i.r Hi'' 0 1 1 'af 'r:i-U' Mm lias li.'fit
fi'i-it ia t"w I' f V a't
lie sure to call and see the prices
on Ladies and Gent's gold and
OH J..iv."" -
.1 ICIUil ..mtrnpH
s n A. McElwain. Jeweler,
Which was boiiu'lit early in the
season from some of the
I.Alv'tiKST I.MI'OKTI.Nd HOISKS
Which guarantees you the pick of
the market and at prices
for which we
-.-The Lowes f in the Country .
Tho nubile Is cnrrtlnllv Invltcit Mlapert onr
Pre.-iden t ('roan, of the Western
Normal College, recently destroyed
by lire at Shenandoah, win in
Omaha ye.--terd.iy to entertain a
trit.sitiii from the hoard of
trade of that city looking to th
e.-tal.lishnictit of the school there.
Mr. Croat! 'ays that he 'jt lives th
work is hampered somewhat m a
hiuall town and if sufficient induct
itfiits are ottered it is very prol
abb that Omaha will secure its
location. One thing is certain, if
Omaha decides that she wishes to
make a hirht for it, she will win.
Fremont is also making a struutr'
fs it worth while for Plattsmouth to
be "in it':"
lVt t-iitl v:lflt tn tctinur wlint wniilil
make your father, mother, brother,
. . . .i i . a i i a ; .
stsier nun sweetnearv nappy: ji is
a nice p;iir ui nnoes ur supiieis iti
ii f'tirint inns nresent. W. A. Hoerk
& Co. have just received an elegant
line that they otter at VEKY LOW
prices for thirty days only. tf
Auction at J. Finley Johnson's
hardware store. U2t
inj them to present diplomas to
the state board of health for exam
ination. Thus far we believe but
two physicians of C-iss county have
been relegated to the rear, and they
took their medicine with the com
placency of a defeated candidate.
It appears however that a physician
in Beatrice was more desperate in
his attempt to pass muster. His
was a new dodge but it proved un
able to pass the scrutiny of the
skilful board. He secured a
diploma from the I'niversity of
New York under date of 111 and
by the use of acids removed the
nnmciof the partv to whom it had
been lawfully granted, and inserted
his own, Great must have been his
mortification and chagrin upon
having his little game detected.
This law is a step in the right
direction and should receive the
support of all good people to the
end that cranks and quacks, may
be relegated to the rear, the
rights anil safety of our people
cared for and the profession protected.
Ladies thinking of purchasing
lewclryor Silverware should not
iniss attending the alternot.ii sales
..I r .. i iitli .V Son's iewelry More.
All'irootls guaranteed as represent-
etl same as ai p n.iu-
..ooil.-i offered but lii st-cia.-s.
" tf i'k'ANK C'AK'KU I II & Son.
OUR CLUB1NO LIST,
Hi. Iin Vnui.lneai.il t' R'l.l
in ll.i 111 il- rtll'l tIKIl I l '
ll.ir.t'l'- Man '"' '"', " l:A1'" "
II ru f.t it ' I ii il "K l'l
Il.iii r' - H .ii.i fiMi.ii
I !,.,! I. Ill- li'KHICI ' ft'l'l n HI A I.I).
V.tHlTII Kin a a (I iik.mai.ii
.... V M
The laws of health are taught fit
the schools; but not in a way to be
. i l.......(il 1 11 I nr
Mho Pnvnto 5-c-retnry." oiniucii .i.it,i.t ...
ihoirivn.o , n.-v.-r illustrated by livingexamplfB
A large house reeled the '"w " , n lu i, in many cases might easily
Tr ivers company last night I done. II some scholars, who
u'', Oilletle's famous comedy, j had just contracted a col. I, was
WHI. wini u i,t , .f,,, ,. the sci.ool. so that
1 1 le 1 1 is .in .'.iil""j.
merely say that it was a success
would certainly be drawing it mild
ly. Although the play has been pre
sented heie. before by some very
Lin.n..- comtmnii s. it loses nothing
... . . ... , ... 1 ..........
all c iiil.I lit'ar ine ii v, loini hiuku
an. I know its sign ilicince; i;ee tlie
thin while coaling on the tongue
and latter, as the Cold developed,
see the proluse watery expeetora-
1 1 i. ii ami thin watery tiiscnarge
j from the nose, not one of theiii
would ever torgci wuai tin; ins.
siiii'toins of a cold were. The
scholar should then be given
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy free
ly, that all might see that even a
severe cold could be cured in one
01 two tlavs or at least greatly miti-,-.i..,l
whi'ii iiroiierlv tieatetl as
;,. ita Hii eiiL-th as presented by the 1
company last night. Special men
tion should be made of Mr. William
i:...;rt.itiks in the title role, which
I we think was better taken than by
any one that has assumed the role
heretofore. The tattennoie '1 ,iu. r,r8t HvmpioniH appear,
Harry E tinge, the Douglass ol -,1(irt ri.mi.,iy i8'f,, mous for it's
Edwin T ravers, the Gibson of E. J. cures of cough, colds and croup.
M ick the Miss Ashford of Missilt is made especially for these
ilacK, int ;ii. s Mi '.hsease and is the must prompt and
rtertha Livinirston, antl the ?tiss 1:, l.w.-.i fur
Stead of Miss Nelly Whiting were
nil admirably taken. In fact a
The Aid Society, of the M. E.
church, will meet to-morrow after
noon at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. Lela
Pine, on Marble street between
Fourth and Fifth streets. Sec.
more evenly balanced compy ny has
not gracetl the boards of our opera
house this season. The :ostunies
were elegant, the stage settings
were elaborate and worthy of the
cleanest, funniest and most charm
ing comedy of the present day.
-Oil City (Po.) Derrick.
LOCAL ON LAST PAGE.
1 .....jt r,.li il,l,. irii'dii int known lor
the purpose. 00 cent bottle for sale
by l. G. Fricke Co., di uggists.
Good Evening! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my saying
any thing further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
Famous Hlush of Roses for your
complexion. Yours with best
Flora A. Jonm,
South Dend, Ind.
lS. Call this eve please at O. II.
Snyder and learn the particulars.
415 Main street
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