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1VLATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 13, 1888,
Council men, 1st ward,
" 2nd "
W K KoX
Jam Pattkkhon, jh.
- liVKON O.AKK
- A Maikh.k
W II Mai.ick
1 J V Wki-kkacii
J A SAMHIiUliV
i It M .Ion k
I I) It. A Sill I'M A.N
M H MlkI'H v
s W Imiiton
I McGaLLKN. l'llKS
I W JiHINH IN.CII.MKHAS
1 J W
1 I Ji
1 Monty freaiurer, -
Recorder of l",eds -l.M'iuv
'!rk of LMtri Co art,
St.ertlT. - -Unryeyor.
8upt. of Hub. HohoolH,
l'.OAKO OK HOI'KRVISORS.
A..Toii.Ch-ni.. - - w IMattsinonth
).(MiiHK..;rz, - Weeping Water
A. It. Dl.-KHON, -
1). A. Cam pbkll
BlRl I'KITl llKIKI.a
W. II. PoOL,
Jo'IN M. I.KYI) A
W. C. SlIOWALTKIl
J. O. Kl K K.N IIAKV
M A V N A II l S'lNK
1AHS M!Ih;K No. H. 1 O. O. H. -Meets
1 i,.v,.rv i v Hwpnini' of eiii:ll week. All
r.aihieiit- i.rotlier urc refnecUuliy
- . . ..." ' 1 -1
I) F.. iue.;l every alternate Friday in
A w li .iiih in Hie Maxonic Hall. isiting
)irtlet afe iiiy jtrd to attend
1 1 UM TTJilifi FN O. hi. A, . U. W.-Meets
1 evry :ilr.-ri:it Friday eveniiiK at Iv. . til 1 .
hall. Transient hmiliert are respeetfully lu
vite.l to attend. F..I. Morgan, MasterWorkinan ;
K S lSartov. Foreman ; Frank Itrown. Over
oeer; I. Iloweti, Guide ; Geoige lloiiHWort Ii.
I i. . r 11 .1. .linsoii. rinaneier; ..i-ii
hniitli. U. eeiver ; M. Matirilit. I'ai-t M
Jack Maiifiherly, Insiile linard.
V i't k ...i. a. it si-ciinJ and fourth Mon-
.l ... i.vT.iri!-''iit K. -of I. hall. All transient
v in t ii v A
..b " 1 " - " " ----- -
a'.e re'pivMed to meet witli n. U
i.r, .nii'l .loin CoiihiiI ; F, N i
A.tvHer ; S. F. Wilde, llaner ; W .
ODCE NO. 8. A. O. Lr. W.
I iiil at o'clock. All transient tn-oili-
I Sleet every alternate Friday evenliiB at
THE ANNUAL BANQUET.
Continued From Fourth Page.
I -trson M W. ; F. Iloyd. 1-oreman: . v. uhuk juu iu. mv. ..w, j -
vl iM. Itccordi r : Leonard Anderson. Overseer. vour invitation to attend your annual
.Mo- i iiiouuk.no f A.l- i A.M. ban;, uet cp Jbo tl; cf h(Uvu. out
1 Leas .... Vhi .,rVt u.d ti.n J Motidjiys ol j nuJj that engagements will cf necessity
trious lineage, of an unt'iinted record,
able niitl sagacious in state-craft, with a
following united, enthusiastic and loyal,
the combined hobta of patronage and
power cannot prevail against us. 1 he
democracy may sneer at the ancestry of
our candidate, because lie has presiden
tial blood in his veins. It is an old say
ing that blood will tell. And when I
look in the presidential herd book and I
find the name of our candidate written
there, I shall pin my faith to him to the
end of-the race. For I believe he will
forge to the front every time as against
an old "shell bark' who has neither ped
igree behind him, or posterity in front of
him. He will win sure unless jockyed
out of the race in the South or in ho
city of Xew York. Speaking of poster
ity reminds nie that the justices of the
bt.prome court were once discussing the
effect that a certain decision would have
on posterity, when Justice Davis Inter
rupted the discussion with the statement
that in his opinion that there was not a
single posterity judge on the bench. It
is one of the fallacies of this administra
tion that it will be remembered by pos
terity. In my humble opinion there has
never been a single poscerity democrat
president, except Jackson, whose admin
istration will go down the centiuies,
smelling to the heavens, as the rankest
and most corrupt that ever disgraced the
republic, while the enlightened pol'cy
and patriotic governu.eiH oi Abraham
Lincoln will shine with undimmed lestre
through the ages until the dusty scroll of
man's history is rolled up forever.
Letters of Recret.
The following letters of regret were
furnished us through he kmdness of
Hon. It. 11. Windham, lu read, them at
the banquet last night, these being only
a few from the most prominent leaders
of the party. f epapc vov perm.it we
would be pieas'-'d to publish all :
Rossmokk Hotel, New York, July 4.
Messrs. It. Ii. Windham, A. N. Sulli-
, respeeltnlly Invited to atte.nl . . y . , . - coultesy of
Coal is Cash.
The undersigned coal dealers, doing
business in the city of Plattsmouth, deem
it to the best interests of the public, as
well as of the dealers to sell coal strictly
and exclusively for cash.
Coal is a commodity that is, and should
be, sold on a veiy close margin, too small,
in fact, for the dealers to trust to the de
lays and uncertainties of col lections.
The dealers are required to pay spot
cash for coal. The credit system entails
a serious loss each season, by reason of
the amount of bad debts necessary to be
charged off to profit aud loss, and in the
additional expense required for book
keepers, collectors, etc.
fly dispensing with the above formid
able items of expense, dealers can afford
to sell coal at lower prices, and they feel
assured that this will commend itself to
the thinking public.
For the above reasons, therefore, the
coal dealers have decided to sell for cash
ON AMI AFTER J FLY 11, 1SSS.
This means just what it says.
TlV.QTU v ("i Vtl'.V
tf Hi A. 'Waterman & Sox.
There "s n.o,t one thing that puts a man
o' woman at such disadvantage before
the world as a vitiated state of the blood
Your ambition is gone.
Your courage has failed.
Your vitality has lefi jo...
Ypvr languid step and listless ac
tions show that yoii heed a powerful in
yigorafor, one bottle of iJcggs Blood
VurlGer and Blood Maker will put new
life in a worn out fjaicm., nul if it does
not i will Co2, yoii uat'uing. . V. Smith
Sherwin fc Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & (Vs. drug
store, S-t f.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
I'lencrvatlou of natural teetl. a Hjieclaily.
I'erth tj tnu tut wiilmut jxtiit tiy use jMityliing
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlT.MBltAI.n'H IU.1CK 1'I.ATTSMOtITII. N K It
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
Tl'e only DciitiKts in the West roiitroIlDK till"
New System ef Extractnm iinil Filling 'i eet I.
withi'iii l'ain. (ini- ::uaest lietie is !.
tiiely free from
C 1 1 LO RO I'O KM O R KT HER
AMI IS AHSOLUTFI.Y
Harmicss - To - All
Teetli extraeted and Krlilieial teeth insevle.1
nxt day if tlesi;( il. Tlu preserval inu of tlie
natuial eiiii a specialty.
GOLD CROCKS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WORK.
The very I'niest. orReeln l iiion Lloes, over
'J lie CitieiiM ll-iiik.
OurMid-Summer Slaughter Sale !
In ordi'i- lo Clean uj our ()lls and Kiuls in various Departments wo
Shall oiler Extraordinary inducements lor this week.
3 Special Bargains in Hosiery - 3
Lo r i.
K. Hoyd. Foreman : S
:.... 111. nit Ii at their hall. All transient nroti.
er, are cordially invited to meet wjl
W m . II A vs. Secret ary.
nilTI--t NO. 1. ii. A. 31.
MeeVs second anil fourth Tuesday of eaH.
.... i.r MaiiimV Hall
are invited to meet with us. R WfITE H p
detain me here beyond that time. I have
to lose the pleasure I should Iiaye nau in
beiu"- present witli you. 1 ours u u.y,
,j on.N v. r ut)i.i.
Calumet Place, WAsniyuToH, D. C.
K. B. Windhamn and olhers. Dear
Sirs: Please convey to 'The oung
Tn"a T?piii i lean UlUti mv biuie.e
UNDER THF. ROfiFT,
JM.-en firt and ti.Ud s e.uies. a 1.1, . thanks for the iionor or tneir nattering
roV:;n,S'to Vn't inlV r invitation, and my regret that I cannot
iii.s!L f. K. win i k. F. attcn(i their banquet. May the patriotism
TiTssrorNCILNO ioji.uOYAL jKCAXUM that inspired their organization prompt
r effort in achieving a
- , " i. ... lr. llr.U
w i acn iiiuiiiii . j.v""-"- .
'"rj l.j-g- Ml.volt. Secretary.
LvcCOHIHIE POST 45 C. A. R-
F. A. HATM .-.
VU Mil.l'W Fo:i
. ........... W ll k'
.! ..!: ;o .km AN. . ..liaarter Master Serjst.
I. Fi ::ti-j :......l'ust Chaidain
Meeting ftal-.iroay eveiun
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OFTRADE
Hol,t. I Wiudl.am
1st Vice I'resiilent
2nd Vice Fresidel.t
i if!i-h..v F. K. White. .1 C Patterson.
J 'a r'oni.er, B. KNon. C. W. Slieriuan. t. (.or
U r. J. V. V,ecktaeli. '
them to untirin'
great victory in the approaching
imi?n. With best wishes for each
berTand yourselves especially, I am
Mi:s. Joun A. Loo ax.
Indiana rQLi Ind , .Ttdy 8, 1SS.- R.
B. Windham. A. Sullivan and t. M.
Wead. Committee. Plattsmouth, Jfeb.
Geutltme.ii ! Permit me to thank yon
mot cordiallv for vour kind invitation
to attend the Fourth Annual Banquet of
the Younir Men's Republican club of
your city c.n July 12th, 1888. t regret
l UK J I llv v . . v m. M
'V. ,, i t .;.,rr
Wm Xeviiie upon me win prevent mc nom ..i...io
Herrmann i tul mn Vmirs very trutr.
F. K.taithman - " " ' TT
...otilcer of the iay.
If 1 should stoal a little kiss
Oh, woidd she weep, I wonder?
I tremble at the thought of bliss
If I should steal a little kiss!
Such pouting lips would uever ruia
The dainty hit of fimuaur ,
If I should steal a "tit tie kiss.;
:,vjh, would she weep, I wpiidof?
ioiifrs to steal ft kiss of mtno
lie may, if hell rotiirn it ;
If I can read the tender msh.
He loners to steal a kis.-; of mine:
'In Live anl war" you know the 1 111. ;
Why cannot he discern it ?
Flo l.'iiecs to steal a kisx ;.f iuuh!
ITe m:', ;t i.e U rrtnrn It. " ' '
Xtorn (ftve minutes later)
A little kiss when no one sees
Whore is the Impropriety
How sweet, nmi'l th ltirU and bos,
A iirtlo kisa iheii no ouo ses-,
Xor is it wroni?, tho world agrees,
If taken with sobriety;
lit tie kiss v.hnn no on sees.
"nere is the impropriety?
Samuel Jlinturn Tock.
Wm. Merolil & Son
Dry Goods. Notions Boots anil Slices
or Ladies aud tientai
FURNISHING - GOODS.
lie keeps as large and as veil
As can tie found any place in the city and make
you prices tLat defy competition.
At 2." cents a pair Our Entire Lino of CliiMrcn'ri Fancy
Printed Hose that have never liefore retailed for less than 50
cents a. pair. Ladies' Hose in Solid Colors awl Stripes worth
from 35 to 5 cents a pair.
At ;")() cents a pair comprises our Entire Line of Children'!
Plain and liihlx d Knfit-li JJslc Thread JIo-c, formerly sold
by us from 75 to i'U cents a pair. Ladies' Fancy Liido and
Silk Plaited Hose worth from T.r to $1.0(1 a pair.
A t To cents a pair takes in our Stock of Children's Fancy
! !.'-'. ;..(, v.i.ilh Sl.."Ua pair. Ladies' Fancy Litdo
aud Silk Hose worth Sl.f.O a pair.
Extraordinary Values In Fans !
(laii.e and Satin Fans, Plain and IIand-lainted, formerly .sold from
1.50 to SLIT), leducetl to
Jfawbo',ie tat i ii and Feather Fans, Hand-Painted, formerly sold
fivM 2.0(1 to s2. :(, reduced to Jj?l. ;'..
Klecant Carved Pone Handle Satin Fans, Hand Painted, formerly
sold from to 'A.iii, reduced to 2..'5'.t.
Iack and (Uziv Ostriclt Feather Fans, formerlv sold from 1.00 to
4.50, miuce.l to" $;..-..!.
Our $S. 00 Ostrich Feather Fan, Pone Handle, in Cream, Maize and
Plack, reduced t. S5.(-0.
Our $l0.0o O.-trieh Feitther Fan, Shell Handle, in wlack and Cra',
reduced to $0.50.
P"ull Lines of Japanese Fans at Popular Prices.
HarDf-r-s 'am fmm and Bail's Corsets.
KBW ICE HVUZEZsT
We have our house t-iled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And a.e tHYIivetl to deliver it daily to ourcus
toiniis in iay insaiitity Ueaiittl.
ALL OBDEES PROMPTLY TILLED.
I.ea'se orders with
T. IP. EEiVUMEISTEFl,
At ntoie on Sixth Pticet. We make a Spec
ialty of 1
Ana Loading Cars. Kor terms see us or
If. C. MfMAKEN & SON.
Telephone 72, Plattsuioutli
tbf! followincr time-
tried and tire-tested comp.inie
Furniture for Sale-
A fine lot of household furniture can
le purchased at a moderate price, also a
fine residence can he rented which is m
a convenient location for parties wishing
to keep hoarders. There arc several
larcc rooms in the house which would
find ready tenants. For information ap
ply at this office. lOjt.
BANANAS A B.LE$lNa THERE.
Salvador Makes rretty Jsearly Everything
Out of the Fibers of t!c Tree.
A yo.mg Salvadorian, with the dark eyes
and "inky hair of his country, talked to a
reporter tho other day about the Central
American banana tree. Tho tceo is 2 to
a feet in circumference at its base. Its tap
ering fibrous biidy, without a branch, is from
10 to 15 feet in height. Tho fibers, separated
by a thin pith, are as long as the body of the
tree. These flbers are used iu Salvador, jus
as they are taken from the tree, as shoe
Strings and as eords for all purpo.-.os. The
natives u-e them largely for bridie reins and
lariats. The raw material costs only trans
portation to the ropewalks.
Each banana tree bears in the twelve
months of its existenee oidy one bunch of
fruit, but from two to ten trees spring from
the roots of the one that lias fallen. In Sal
vador the bunch of bananas is wortl; f teen
cents, and the dead tree nothing. A cordage
- American Cei.tral-S. i-oma
V'JX t.imercial Union-England,
Ins. Co, of North America, Phil.
Uverpool.tLiadrtii & Jlohe-Eng
North i'.riti-di Mercantile-En 4
Springfield K. . M. -Springfield,
Furnished House to Rent.
A furnished house is open to tenants
at a moderate n.te. The proprietor offers fact0rv or paper mill or coffee sack maker,
. !..,.., ...to, f-.inllr thnt. rents the were not the dead trees numberless, would
., .. . t u etve for each tree ten times the varne of tho
house. Any family without small child- g?1.! croduced Spljt, dried and
ren can have a cood chance ny mquuiug
of AV. W. Cole.
Total AseH, ? 12.115,774
Losss3 Aijnstnd sua Pail at tlis Apncy
WHEN YOU WANT
Ladies, Attention !
Recamicr Toilet Preparations which
c.wa.7si inciua0 Cream, ll.din, Moth, and Freckle
TS'S Lotion, Powder and Toilet Soap, are sold
3nu.''..i5 only by Gering & Co., and recommended
hy the following society ladies : les
damcs Adelina Patti-Nicolini, James
lirown Potter, I.illie I.angtry, Sarah
Bernhardt, Helena Modjeska, Fanny
Kavenport, Clara Louise Kellogg and
ue hundred ollicis. tf.
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor aud Builder
packed, the bodies of the banana trees might
be shipped proiltably to tho United States;
but there is no reason why Borne enterprising
American would not take them iu hand and
ship to Salvador the proper machinery for
their manufacture, as labor is fully two-
thirds cheaper there than m ew i ork.
In Salvador ropewalks are found in untre-
quented streets aud suburban roads. Tho
native machinery consists of a crank attached
to an upright board, with which a native
boy twists the fibers of the bandana and cac
tus. A man skilled in the ropewalker's art
splices the fibers together, adding to the
lencth and thickness of the revolving cora
The stem of eaiU banana leaf consists of the
touchest and finest threads, and thet5 leaves,
two and a half and three feet wide, and ten
to fifteen feet long, resting on the heads of
native women, are umbrellas in the rainy
season in rootless market places and streets
of Salvador. These are the carpets on which.
Job work done en
the Herald office.
short notice at
Will J. "Warrick has the best and larg
est stock of wallpaper in the city, their
t vies are new and fresh and no job lots of the people sit and the beds on which they
J . . . . . ... i . sleep. "There is a fine opportunity," said
last year s m-i$$n
run off, if you want the latest and best
leenrtment of IieV JTOods SCC Warrick's
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main Sr., Over Merit s' Sluv Store.
lias the best nnd most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Uusiuc?i suits
from $10 to $:55, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, aud upwards.
l?"Vill guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition.
arsains in Parasols !
Cream Lace Covered and lM-ec Silk Luce Trimmed I'.-uuh. Is worth
trom $4.00 to ft.".00, now $SJ.0.
Cre:un and Black Luce-Covered IWfieols that H.ld from ..0 to
sS.00, reduced to $o.00.
Black J5e:ilel Lace-Covcred Tara.-ols that sold at 8!..r,), reduced to
Fancv Striped Coachin- Jara?ols that bold for 5.00 reduced to 3.
44 J it 4t ' " ' from so.r.O to KS.OU re-
duced to $0.00,
Silk Sun Umbrellas at Greatly lied need
1 Bomhazinc Parasols at (ireatly ruceu 1 rice?.
ONE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
J. E- BOBBINS, ARTIST,
IXSTRI'CTIONS C1VEN IN
FINE OIL PAINTINC
WATER COLORS. ETC.
ALL I.OVEUS Of AltT A UK INVITED
T ) CALL ANJ
STUDIO OVER OLIVER & RAMSE
Practical Piano and Organ Timer
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Orsans. Office at Hoeck'i
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
J. C, BO CITE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street
North liobeit Sherwood's Stoic.
K. Ii. Win nil am, JoiinA. Dames,
Notary l'uMic. Notary Public.
Attorsievs - at - Law.
Offiee over llank of Cass County.
PLATTSMOtTII, - - NeBKASKA
the Salvadorian, "for some enterprising
American with a small capital to do a thriv
ing trade end make money by introducing
western ideas and machinery to the people
of Salvador." 2ew York Mail and Express.
N. SULLIVAN, Attorney at. Law.
Ilest in the world. German Vegetable
Liver Pills. For sale by Germg & Lo.
Those elegant Hecamier Toilet pre
parations at Gering & Co's.
Men's canvass shoo at Merges', only
85 cents, everything cheap. tf.
The cheapest shoe3 at Merges . tf.
Hardly Worth While.
Dakota Man (with head out of car window)
Anythin' interestin' coin' on this yere
town today, stranger?
Citizen There's a hangin this artemoon.
Dakota Man Single or double!
Dakota Man Only a single, eh I Waal, I
recken I wont stop off. Tid Bita.
give prompt Attention to all bueinesi" in
truster! to Mm. Olnce in union lilocK, r.a
side, riattsinoutli. Neb.
Fire Insurance written In the
Etna, Phoenix and Hartford by
Windham &. Davies.
B.&. M. Time Table.
No. 1. I :5f a. in.
o, a. 6 :-10 p. in.
No. R 3 :3-r a. m.
No. 7.--T :-15 p. in.
No. . .6 :17 p. 111.
H. W. GSULT
Has moved and is now in the Sherwood
room, Cor. rth and Main Sts., where
he is better able to show his
Large Stock of "Watches,
CLOCKS AUD JEWELRY !
Than ever before, nnd will as an induce
ment sell von Watches way down. Call
and i;et the Special Prices in Gobi Watch
es; iTwill surprise you. A Full Line ol
the best st vies ot Jewelry ami silverware.
Repairing will be given Spicial Atten
tion. All work warranted to give satis
wm: brq w k k,
Personal attention to all Business Entrust-
to my care.
ros ! O .5
XOTAKY IX OK KICK.
Titi.a KvMtnined. Abst.uct" f'oinpi'.ed. In
surance Wi itten, Real Estate Sold.
' 'A .
u - ui
Better Fwliili.'s loi' ii!a!;inii Farm Loans ll.au
Any Other Ageacjr
Colic, Dianluca and Summer com
plaints are dangerous at this season of
the year and the only way to guard
against these diseases is to have constant
ly on hand a bottle of some reliable rem
edy. IJcggs Diarrha-a Balsam is a POS
ITIVE RELIEF in all these disagreeable
cases and is pleasant to take. It will 1
cost you only 3 ."5 cents. O. P. Smith & .
Use Tdackberry Cordial for Diarrha-a
and Dysentery. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Sold only by Gering & Co.
No, 2. I :2 J. III.
No. 4. 10 ::!0-a. tn.
No. f 7 :l-t p. m.
No. 8.-9 :" :i. rii.
No. 10. 9 :43 a. m.
i tinina run ihiilv bv wav of CUTiaha. except
Nns. 7 and 8 which run to and from Schuyler
daily fxcent Sunday.
No. 30 is a Ktub to Pacific Junction at s 30.a.m.
No. 19 is a stub from Pacific Junction at 11 a.ui.
Plenty of feed. Hour, graham and
meal at "i feiscrs mill, tf
When your skin is yellow.
When your skiu is dark and greasy.
When your skin is rough and course
When Vour skin is inflamed and red.
When your skin is full of blotches.
When your skin is full of pimples you
need a good blood medicine that can be
relied upon. Beggs' Blood Purifier and
Blood Maker is warranted as a positive
cure for all of the above, so you cannot
possibly run any risk when you get a bot
tle of this wonderful medicine. For sale
by O. P. Smith & Co.
E (" 1 1 u ' '--jr- mm
AJNfD ApTY CLIMATE. O
Send fr Circular.
IFO IR, SALE JLT
HAVEN & RHODES
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