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THE DAILY 11EUALD : l'L-ii IYSjuou tA, v.,iSKASKA, SATUKDAY, SEKfEMiyiU K,
ralt. Telephone o. it-
the Palale Itoatlrta, I'aloa
'a llraic htorr, fMatUnoath.
.'im May Kennedy is confined to her
.9 by sickness.
lira. Oeo, Dovey will open her Kin
J7gerten school next Monday.
A wedding which has been talked
of for some time will occur within a few
days and doe notice will 1m: given,
There will he preaching at the new
colored church tomorrow at 11a. in. and
' - alsQ at 3 p. m. Everybody id cordially in
The wife of Mr. T. T. Wlulen p-
sen ted hi ui with a boy which weighed
j- eleven pounds this morning.
A vote was taken last Thursday
night, on a train from Lincoln before its
arrival here, for Harrison and Cleveland.
The vote stood 187 to OS, in favor of
Mr. George A. Williamn, representing
the Andrews Dramatic Company, is in the
city. The company will play here five
nights next week and put some of the
most popular plays on the boards.
A road inspector's steam trolley is
now being finished up in fine style at the
B. & M. Paint fchops. It is bui't some
thing after the style of a street motor,
and is furnished up as neatly ns a palace
car inside. It is the idea of Mr. Calvert,
who had it made to ordcf, and the car
will le used by the inspector of the road.
It is a complete arrangement and pre
sents a very handsome appearance.
Complaints are heard almost daily
from subscribers who do not receive
their paper regularly "N'c are sorry that
this dissatisfaction should occur, and
every possible scheme we could think of
has been tried to prevent it. If the sub
scribers would tack a small box to the
fence or in some convenient place, the
carrier boys could have no excuse to
offer. "When the disagreeable weather
comes on the papers will easily be des
troyed, unless some box or covering can
be made for them. In the future we
will do our best to sec that the paper
reaches every subscriber regularly.
A much larger crowd than was ex
pected, turned outlast night and took in
the excursion to Omaha to witnesa th-i
Siege of Sebastopol. Two hundred and
twenty passengers were counted on the
return tr!j. The perforiuauce was very
much enjoyed by the majority of
tho crowd and it apparently did
not fully reach the aaticipationa of
many, some objecting to as much of a
circus performmcs as they gave, such as
tight wire walking, tumbling, etc., which
did not correspond with the surround
ings. A more complete display of fire
works could not be seen at any place and
the scenery could not be excelled.
Mr. M. Archer, of this city, was
about the only man from itere who nt
tended the republican rally at Malvern
lat night We received a yery fayonbl
report of the proceedings from him, and
he stated that it turned out to be a suc
cess ia every particular. There were
about seven bands in the procession
which was headed by about four hun
dred equsstrians. The Malvern citizens
were disappointed when tbey learned that
the republican club of this city had
abandoned the trip, as they had a warm
welcome awaiting them. A club of 100
of Glen wood's belles attracted much at
tention by their beautiful costumes of
dark dresses which were ornamented
by stars, while a club ot
the same number of Malvern young la
dies won the admiration of all, by thei;
uniforms, which were made of our flaijv
Mr. Archer says he found many pleasant
people in the city and feels well repaid
for his yisit.
Mr. Charles Forbes and wife returned
from Lincoln yesterday on the flyer after
a few days visit.
Mr. John Giser lctt for his old home
in New York state, where he will reside
Mr. Mike Grassican, of the post ollice
book store, took his departure this morn
ing fr St. Jee where he will spend a few
Messrs. Brad White and Val Burkel,
accompanied by Misses May Fellows and
Nannie Sampson go to Omaha tonight to
attend "Keep it Dark," which will la
played at Boyd's.
Mr. George Chatburn, princi
pal of the high school here, who has been
spending his vacation at his home in
Ilarlen, Iowa, returned to the city last
night to resame his duties here as teacher.
Don't forget the grand concert given
by the Y. P. S. C. E. next Monday night.
Program is in tlm evening's paper.
Admission only 10 cents.
O. P. C--b & CcNf ill retail their
NOTES FROM THE EAST.
Ourtrayellng Correspondent Lands
In Holmesyllle, Holmos
Seen and Heard on the Way.
IIolmkbvii.le, O., Sept. 11, '88.
To thk Editor ok Thk IIekald: 1
promised to send you some items. I left
Ashland at 2 o'clock Friday, and ar
rived at Chicago at 11 the next day.
Tho cars wen comiug in from all direc
tions loaded with men, women and child
ren, consequently there was a tremendu
ous rti.il) at that point. Started from
Chicago at '.I o'clock; there were not cars
enoutrh to accommodate oe-fourth of
the people, thc'hallancc were compelled
to wait for another train, but when the
time came the crowd was larger than be
We saw many curiosities on the road
Saw many towns lighted with gas from
the earth, which is a curiosity to some.
but not to all. We saw hundreds of
acres of cahhagu along the road, a good
prospect for corn, in Illinois, but not so
fair as in Nebraska. Apples not more
than half a crop at least we would
think so. We arrived at Columbus at
7 o'clock, where we remained all day,
and it did not seem much like the Sab
bath day. The crowd continued to
gather till nearly every available place
waj taken. I had intended stayiug two
.lays at tha reunion, but thu cars came in
every few minutes loaded with people,
I suppose there never was such a crowd
in that city before. At 12:30 o'clock the
next morning we left Columbus and ar
rived at llolmesville at 7 o'clock in the
morning. Have been here two days and
rind tli crops fair through this part of
thecouatry; apples fair but not much
more th in half a crop, peaches in abuu-
While on my way from Burlington to
Chicago a "political expression"' was
tikenof the men in the cars. There
were seven for Cleveland, and twenty
nine for Harrison; between Chicago and
Columbus we took another expression:
eighty-live being for Harrison and
twenty live for Cleveland. That would
not be a fair expression, for they were
mostly soldiers. Ohio will undoubtedly
give it usual republican majority for
We will start lor Pennsylvania in the
morning, and when I get through you
may expect to hear from me again.
Y. M. C A. Movements.
The Youn z Men's Christian Association
met and elected the following board of
directors for three years: J. II. Water
man, 1J. B. Windham, Thos Pollock; for
two years: D. B. Smith, Wash Smith, II.
L Gault; for one year: YV. II. I'ool. C.
Barbour, Fred Gorder,
The board met last night at the office
of It. B Windham to arrange for extend
ing the work in Plattsmouth. Mr. Pol
lock was called to to the chair to preside
at the meeting. Mr. J. II. Waterman
was ch cted president, "r. II. Pool, yice
pres.; II. M. G-uilt, treas.; Thos. Pollock,
recsec. D. B. Smith, Thos. Pollock and
II. M. Gault were appointed a committee
to examine and report on rooms suitable
for the work in this city. Plattsmouth
has more young men than any town the
same size in the state, ami the Young
Men's Christian Association in openin
parlors and reading rooms in the interest
of young men, are doing the one thing
needful" and should be encouraged and
helped in the work they have undertaken
The meeting last Sunday was of unusual
interest, 47 rcre present and one young
man gave his heart to the Lord.
Th i young men hold a meeting tomor
row, Sunday, at 4 p. m. in the Presbyter
ian church, for men only.
Beatrice vs. Plattsmouth.
Another game has been arranged be
tween Beatrice and Plattsmouth for
Tuesday next, the ISth. It is unneccs
sary to say that the game will be interest
ing, as ths two teams are determined
on victory, and the Beatrice club will
siyelr work with more energy than at
the previous game, to gain the champion
ship. The same men, as near as can lie
bucurni uv uom ciuos, win piay. ir me
1 1 I. -.1. . 1 T -11 , -r j ,.
same nine cannot oe secured nrre, as
good substitutes will be put in the field
and good work will bs done. The same
mon-'ywill be played foras before ($100
a side) and the conversations now lead
A ft , t , - " .
us to neiieve mat considerable money
will be put up on the outside. The Be
atrice people will no doubt come loaded
1 .1. :n v-t-i i
uuu mcj win pru!aiiy nnu some one
here who will be willing to hold them
. uuiju)c never
netore seen the boys play should see the
coming game if possible, as many believe
it will prove to be one of the most excit
ing matches ever played on the diamond
here. Give the boy3 the support they
deserve and turn out in large numbers.
All parties desiring private sewerage
connection with tho main sewer, can be
accommodated at any time, by address-
tt . esc n c .
m? Hfia.ins & Shelton, Sewer Contrac
tors, P. O. box 1180, or by calling at the
office, Murphy's store. lm
it . CT . . .
AU goods of O. P. Smith & Co. at the
fair will be for wle cfcesp. I
Y. P. S C E. Concert.
The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will give a concert in tho
M. E. church, Monday evening, Sept. 17.
The following programme will le ren
dered: Selection Y. M. C. A. !lee Club
Duet Mr. and Mr. Keiiiptr
Lullaby.. Mlsse Kiltie Kussel and Clara Urt-en
Solo and Chorus, "The old Church Kelts are
Silent" Missps Murphy and Straight,
Messrs. Dickson aud Streljjlit.
Selection MatlMiiouth Gl"e Clut)
Molo,-The llillsttf the Lord"..... Mis Kearuey
Solo and Clionii. "lie's a Drunkard Tonight"
Mosdanies Martin an I Joverhi. M. ssrs. liek-
soii and Itaiikio.
I'Uno Nolo Mi-s Clara Paul
Main QunrtPttt'. "'erenad AlesMH. Dickson.
Mnt. Kiiiikin and Mreight.
fcol , "Tie? as a lord" W. A. Derrick
l-en.iile (juaiieite, "Mothers I.ullabv" - Misses
Kiis-ell. liicliey. Nticlnlit and Airs'. Martin
Solo. When tlx; Leaves lSej;in to Fade"'. . Miss
Oliie Mat hew s.
ShIo.ohI Chorus, "The Uo.se of Sharon" .....
Mt-H.sr.s. Dickson n.nd Striht, Misses Mur-.
'y and MreiyUt.
Selection V. M. C. A. :ieo Club
'olo ; Mr. Kempster
Harmonica Solo Mister Hilt Wei-rott
Solo. -Not Sparrow Falleth'' Mrs. Martin
.u olctt-. Sins thou merry Ilij-.l" Mit-s
Anna Kussell, Mrs. l.o verin,;Mes.si-'. Vas
and it tiikin.
S'jlo aud Chorus
Admission lOcts. Proceeds tolc used
to send delegates to the state convention,
to be held at York. Oct. 9th to 11th.
Waterman Opera House.
The Andrews Dramatic Company will
commeuce their five nighfs engagement
next Tuesday night, and present their
great success, a grand double Kill, A
Naval Engagement, and " Uncle Josh."
Two laughable comedies.
The following we clip from the Crete,
Nob., Ulobe, where the company played
last Monday night:
Last Monday evening the Andrews
Dramatic Co., opened the season in Crete
with two complies, "Naval Engage
ments" and " Uncle Josh." Where all
did so well it would not be. right to sin
gle out any particular ones to receive a
larger mead of praise than others, still
we cannot help remarking that "Uncle
Josh." as represented by Fred Andrews,
eaini! anoui as near tiic reality as it is
possible for acting to get. This alone
was well worth t lie price of admission.
If the company ever returns to Crete
they will be greeted with an overflowing
Reserved seat tickets now on sale at
J. P. Young's. Admission, 50c. and 35c;
Crapes for Sale.
Grapes for sale at 4 cents per pound.
Leave orders at Eigenberger fc Troop's or
Lehnhoff fc Soennechsen's store
Sli-dUt J. E. Lkesi.ey
Colic, Diarrhrcaand summer complaints
arc dangerous at this season of the year
and the only way to guard against these
diseases is to have a bottle of some rdi
able reined v. Hoggs' Diarrhoea Balsam is
a POSITIVE KELIEP in all these disa
greeable cases and is pleasant to take.
It will cost you only 35 cents. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists.
School books cheap at the Post Office
Book Store. loStf. W. II. Bakeu.
See O. P. Smith & Co.'s display at the
Having just returned from New York
aul Chicago with a stock of clothing,
nuts anrl caps, shirts and drawers, and
everything in the gents furnishing line.
Call and see Elson The One-Price
Look our for O. P. Smith & Co.'s dis
play at the fair. .
.A man can furnish his house more com
pletely from the furniture store of II.
Bocck tliau at any place in town.
A large stock of Gents furnishius of
the latest styles can now he seen at El-
son's, the One Price Clothier.
II. Boeck's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the city.
Elson, the one price clothier, has the
most complete stock of ready-made
clothing in the city.
Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, nt Fricke & Co's. drug
For boots and shoes, socks and any
thing for the feet, go to Elson's the
Every thing at the fair belonging to
O. P. Smith fc Co. will be for sale cheap.
Everything necessary for furnishing a
house can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
The handsomest suits of ready made-
clothes can be found at Elson's.
Lit;ht snmmcr shoes for your
girls, cents only, at Merges'.
Plenty of feed, flour, sraham
mel Ht Heistl's mill, tf
The finest bedroom sets can be
at II. Eoeck's.
Child's high sandals, only
?3 cents a
pair, at JMerges'.
Notice to Property Owners.
l Office of Boakd ok Pcblic
( Plattsmouth Neb., Sept, 13, 1888.
To all whom it may concern:
In compliance with resolutions of M.iv-
or and council, Mr. .T. E. Riley, who has
the contract for paving and curbing Main
street, win reset any old cnrbiii"- which
owners may wish to h ivo reset; provid
iog sucli okl curbing complies with spec
All curbstones shall be of "ootl qualitv
cut ia rectangular form. 5 inches in thick
ness and not less than 20 inches in depth,
and not lc9s than 3G inches in length witli
A lievpl of onp.lmlf t'nr.li mi. -
ed-e9 and face of all cnrbstnn.Awi !
dressed smooth and eren, to a denth of
1J 'ncues below the top and not less than
inches on ".
All persons wishing to have theirenrb-
ins TJet immNiLi, Zll Z"??,
up so that it may be inspected by the
engineer in charge, and if not found tuit-
able may be replaced by the contractor
with new mrhL. j w r-JJZr
Chiirrria Board Public T7erVi!
Having tliis day sold my stock
of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, etc.,
to Messrs. UrekenleM fc "Vcid
inan, I would respectfully and tur
nestjy ask that all those in my debt
come iorward promptly and settle
their accounts; as it will be neces
sary ior tne to close up my business
as 'speedily as possible beiore en
gaging other pursuits. I also
take this occasion to thank tin
public, both in the city and county
for the very liberal patronage giv
en nie diirintr the tin eJ have been
enor.-iged in business here, and ho pi
tne same win he extended to my
successors. JNO. II. COX.
There is not one thing that puts n man
or woman at such disadvantage before
the world lis a vitiated state of the blood
Your ambition is gone.
Your courage lias failed.
Your vitality has left you.
Your languid step and listless ac
tions show that you need a powerful in
y isolator, one bottle of Hegg.s' Ulood
Purifier and Elood Maker will put new
life in a worn out system, and if it doe:
not it will cost you nothinir. (). P. Smith
& Co., Druo-ists.
Our Suit Department is complete in all
lines, Men's, Youth's Boy's and Children's
suits. You miss it if you don't buy your
clothing of Elson, The One-Price clothier.
When your skin is yellow.
When your skin is dark and grer.sy.
When your skin is rough and coarse.
When your skin is inflamed and red.
When your skin is full of blotches.
lien your skin is lull ol pimples you
need a good Mood medicine that can he
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 yoo get a bot
tle of this wonderful medicine. For sale
by O. P. Smith & Co.
The Last Call-
All persons knowing their indebted
ness to the late firm of Smith & Black,
druggists, are rt rpusied for the last time
to call at the store of O. P. Smith fc Co.
and settle with Mr. Chas. Black, as
signee. Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henrv Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make jour home beautiful and comfort
able; anil above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
D.& M. Time Table.
GOt NO WKT.
No. 1. 5 :lo a. III.
3.-7 :00 p, m.
No. IS. 7 :::o a. m.
No. T.--7 -AH . in.
No. a.--6 :17 u. ni.
No, 2.-4 :'J5 p. m.
No. 4. 10 :30 a. in.
No. 6. 7 :15 . in.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. m.
No. 11 C ;27 a. ni.
All trataB run tlally ly -avo( Omaha. xcPt
N os. 7 and S which run to and from Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
No. so is a club to Pacific Junction at ft.SIa III
No. 19 i.s a stub from Pacific Junction at 11a.m.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
Prrservation of the
Auesthetics given for P.ux-
lkss Fn.i.ixis on Extraction ok Tektii.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth arc extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FiTziERM-n's fir. tcit Ir. itthmouth, Neb
DItS. CAVE & SMITH,
The cr.ly Hentisf" hi tlip West controlling this
New System Extracting mi1 Killiiivj'l eeth
without rain. ur i.i:a--thetic is en
tirfly tree from
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
Q - A
Teetli pxtru!f(l r.'.rl tifieiiil tp-tli inserted
next ilay if lieyiicd . The preservation of the
r aiuiKl tfetli a specialty.
POLD Cmm, GGLD CAf S. BBJDSE WOEK.
The VPry fliiest Oifiep in I'r.ioii Block, ovti
I'rieke's Ding Store,
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main Sr., Over Merges' Slice Store.
Has the best and most .couinletc stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. .Note these prices: Business suits
from 10 to 3., dnss suits, .25 to $45,
pants ?4, .f G, ?G..r0 and upwards.
"Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defv Competition.
WMm Tj. BROWNE,
PrsonaI attention to all Bualcesre Entrust
lo my care.
XOTA1CV IK OKFICK.
Titles Examined. Abifarcts rcniplled. In
surance Written, Eeal Estate Sold.
Better FAcilities for making Farm Loani than
Any Qttiov Agency.
Plattsaoatb, - Kelt, ilia
- . . - :ji
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN TIIK WAY ' ,
BOOTS AKD SHOi
.Do not fail to call and examine the ''Cali' Prices we will
for the Next Thirty Days.
You Can Save 25 Per Cen
"We are now Showing a
Our Line of Fall Dres (Jomls is the Large-1 ami Mot Complete
Stock in the City, and we are showino; all the new
Dress Flannefs, Broadcloths, Henriettas.
Beiges, Serges. t Prices not to becypifCcted.
oS inch All "Wool Suitings, Solid Colors ami SI ixtnro, only iHe. yd.
-40 inch All-AVool Jhoau'eloths. bo!i Colors ami Uitnis, only
() cents ,er yard.
o-2 inch AlMVuul Ih-oadcloths, colM Colors and JUixtnns. only
u inn ja i am.
o-l -inch Imiich Hroadelot l,s. Twilled
These rood.s sold last season at S2.0O.
Ui inch All-Wool Senrc-i in all the popular shades, only fire. vrd.
10 irn-h French Jlenriette Cloth, in all the popular shades, onlv
nU per yard.
The Largest and Finest Line we have ever shown comprising
everything in the Latt-.-t Novelties in
Gimps, Passementeries, Braids, Etc.,
Also Full Lines of Foragers, Ornaments and Loops. Our
STOCK OF BUTTONS
Comprise everything IIin and Fanr-y Crochets, P'ain :,
Juliet Silk Tailor IJuttoijs, Jets, Fancy Metals and Pearls. Feat'
s, ail siuHles, only 40 cents
Flushes in all Colorino-?, siicl
LfoUI, bapii-re, JSavy, Uiow
yaru; fame goods to'd last s.'.-enn at
burah Silks in til 1 shade- only :o cent
Jilack bilks at sl.oo, $lo, Va.C-O si
all good values.
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We will have a Special S-de of all Arti. I. s in Stock, so as to make root
for our Fall Purchas.
In every Department, and all goods kept in a First-Cluss Tin Shop and
- Hardware Store will be found in our Stock. Cull and sue us"
before buvinj els win-re.
Weidmann & Brekek
(Successors to J. 11. COX.)
ONLY 15 CENTS PER WEEK! P
OFFICE COOEK VINE ArX
i!jf C JOOS
now ami A 1 tractive Lim of
Iiach, at U:()
yard, worth 5.
gs, such as Tahar, :,Ial:ogaiiv, Iosp, Olive,
n, Card. rial, Wine, Ulnck" only 1.00 a
!Kvard, worth SlJ'O.
in an it
ATI02TAL EAI'K. 9
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