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PL.ATTS3IOUTH, NEBRASKA, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTE3IDEU 11), 1888.
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. II M .IllNKrt
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J W JoHNrt (N.CllAIUMAN
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Kn.rit Pllh. Works HtKIi(HII'K
" Deputy treasurer, -Clerk.
c;i rk, -Kecor.ler
Clerk ot District C'irt,
Hupt. ot Pub. Schools.
County J u.lct;.
IOAItl OK SCI'
A. 11. Todi. Ch'in..
A. I. Dl -KsoN,
I). A. OASIIMIKLI.
W. II. Tool.
JOH N M. I.KYIIA
W. C. SIIOWALTKH
J.C. Kl K K.N MAM
Weeping W l:r
iU'WML'VKo'Wi.V'r. . F. -Meets
(Jevery TinVday t-vei.luK f '' V4- ,A"
VnMent l.rotle are respectfully invited to
111 VTTMOL' I'll ENCA.M I'M KXT No. 3. I. O.
I' O I' in-TH . very alternate Frh ay In
ieh month i Ma-onie Hall. Visiting
ltrotliers are i'lviicd lu attend.
rilKIO LOYgENO. XI. A. O. I). W. Meets
1 "very alrernan Friday evening at K of 1.
hall Transient brother are respectfully In
vited to attend K.J Monwn.Maner Workman ;
K P. Hp.",,. Foreman ;G B. rVriloS!E.
eer It A T:,ite. Kiuaneler ; r. 1IOUM
worti,. He.or.ler; M. Maybr.ght. KcceWer;
7 H A.nttl.. IM-t .M. W.: 1. N. Uowen, Guide ;
1. J. Kun. Inside Watch.
1ASS C .MP N0.3.-U. MODKKN WOODMKN
I J or Vmerici -Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. .f 1'. hall. Alt transient
Mothers re requested to meet with us. L. A.
Newco ncr. Veneral. e Consul;'.. K,
Worthy Adviser ; S. C, Wilde. Hanker; W. A.
1LATTSAiOU I'll LODGE NO. 8. A. . IT. W.
Meet every alternate Friday evening at
Kockuood hail at m uYIock. All transient broth
ers are respe.-tfully ii.vlted to attend. I. .
Larson. M. W. ; F. Boyd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilde. Kecorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
IM.ATTrtMonTII LODGE NO. C. A. K. & A.M.
Meets on the lirst and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
er, are cordially iut 1 f J,'.' 1 i. W - M.
Wm, Hats, Secret ary.
TEBUSKA CIIAI'TKIL NO. 3. K. A. M.
Meets seeoml and fourth Tuesda) of eaeh
month at MaonV Hull. Transeiuit brothers
are invited to meet w.th i. n p
Wm. Ha vs. Secretary.
Mt. ZION COMMA OAKY. NO. 5. . K. I.
Meet first and third Wednesday nmht of
each month at M iso .'s hall. Visiting brothers
Hre cnrdialiy iaviteJ to meer "illi us.
Wm. 11 a vs. hec. r. h. WinrK. b. r..
Ci ASS CO V N C 1 X O 10.M , IU) Y A L KC A N V M
meets tn ee nd and f-mrlli Mondavs of
each month at Arcauum llall ksk
I'. C. Minor. Secretary.
McCO?J!HI POST 45 G. A. R.
jr W. Johnson ... . ..Cornniauder.
lls.Twiss fienior Ice
ANIIKksoN Hiv :T g Major.
.1 aoo b oo B km A N . . . . Marter M aster honrl .
L. CCi-iin Iot Chaidaiti
Meetinir -aturd av eveniu
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
rresldent K"'t. K Wi'.ilhaii.
1st Vice President -A-
I.I KK- TOMS.
J C. Kiehev. F. K. White. A C. ratterson,
J. A. Conner. B. Elson, C. W. Sherman, t.or-d-r,
J. V. Week bach.
WHEN YOU WANT
12tli ami Granite Streets.
etor and Builder
cents per ponnrl.
berger & Troop'3 or
J. E. Lee.i.ev
'.ss Suits .
An Ocean Record Broken.
SanFhancikco, jAi..,rt-ptcmler 18. The
German ship Euterpe Arrived from Car
diff this morning, la.len with coal, in
ninety-four ilnys, heating !.y two days
the beat previous record between the ports
which was made by the Merioneth, belong
ing to Sprecklea. The Euterpe was built
by Barrow, of England, and is owned in
Cored to Death-
Wichita w, K:i., Sept. 18. Robert
Somerville, a young New Yorker, met
with a frightful death on Saturday night.
He was visiting at the ranch of Mr.
Johnson, a stockman, south of here, and
went out into a corral where some fine
cattle were kept. A ferocious young
bull attacked him, and before aid reach
ed him ho wan gored to death. The cat
tle, about fifty in number, afterward be
came unmanagcable.'and before the body
could be taken from the corral they com
menced fighting and strewed the remains
of the young man oyer the field. Two
persons who attempted tc rescue him
were seriously, if not fatally, injured.
Yellow Fyeer Spreading.
Washington, Sept. 18.- The secretary
of the interior has received a telegram
from Surgeon General Hamilton daed at
Camp Perry, Fla.. Sept. 17, which says
Dr. Posey has yellow fever, contracted
at McClenny. Three cases are reported
at Gainesville, and there are rumors of
cases at Wellborne and Ferninda. The
whole seaboard is alarmed on account of
refugees breaking their parol at Hender-
Havana, Sept. 18. The number of
deaths in Havana from yellow fever dur
ing July was 80. During August 114
persons died of the same disease.
Talk of a London Paper on the Que
The Daily News has a belligerant lead
er upon the quebec threats for secession
and annexation. It begins: "We are
evidently on the eve of a period of trou
ble in Canada. The failure of the fish
eries treaty and threats of commercial
retaliatiation, now so very near fulfil
ment on the part of the United States,
have excited public feeling throughout
the entire community."
It adds: "Quebec is eyidently talking
to England rather than to the Dominion
in these propositions to throw in its lot
with the republic on the other side of
the border. The language of t-Uat kind
from Quebec is unhappily nothing novel.
It has long been remarked that the di
vision between French and British Can
ada grows sharper every day."
The article concludes thus: "The sit
uation is a grave one, but it ought not
to be beyond the resources of statesman
ship. We must look it full in the face.
Its difldeulties and its hardships are
The Highwaymen Shot and the
Nashvillk, Tenn Sept. 1. A special
from Carthage, Tenn., says: Yesterday
if ternoon as John Smith, a stone con
tractor of the Nashville fe Knoxville
railroad, and his book keeper, Mr.
Shreiner, were between Gordonville and
Lancaster, on their way to pay off the
hands, they were stopped by two men
who demanded the $ 1,000 they had in a
gripsack. They fired at the robbers, but
Smith was struck on the head and ren
dered insensible, and Shreiner fled. The
robbers escaped with the money, but
were soon evertaken in the woods by a
party of railroad men who were uotrfied
by Smith as soon as he recovered con
sciousness One of the pursuers, named
fohuson, mortally wounded one tf the
.-obbers and shot the other so scycrely
that he may die. The money was re
covered and the robbers taken into cus
tody.' They were former employes of
the road and knew when Smith would
pass and the amount he would havj with
Boys', TTonth-s' and Cliildren's Overcoats.
s.Vi n CirrA
The One Price Clothier, - Plattsmouth, "
Ordered to the Samoan Islands.
Wahinoton, Sept. ltl. The secretary
of the nayy has telegraphed Hear Admir
al Kimbetly, commanding tire Pacific
station, who is now at San Francisco, to
send one of the vessels of l.is Etpiadron
to the Sumoan islands for such services
as may be required in the protection of
American interests. The United States
steamers Alert, Vandalia and Adams are
now cruising in the vicinity of the Ha
waiian islands, and one of these will be
sent to Samoa at once.
In this age of push and worry, the
bu iness man and the professional man
are alike unable to devote any adequate
time to exercise. In the daily round of
toil and pleasure, no suitable provision
is made for that important fuueiton, and
the result is that men of sedentary habits
become subject to many forms of ail
ments arising from a torpid or sluggish
liver. Constipation, sick headache, bil
iousness and dispepsia are all due to the
improper action of tlto liver. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant purgative Pellets cure these
troubles by restoring the liver to its nor
Send your job work to the Herald
Our druggists keep for sale Hall's Veg
etable Sicillian II tir rencwer, the best pre
paration ever made for restoring the vit
ality ana color of the hair.
Severe Literary Labors.
Cholly You look tired, old fei'; whatcher
Dolly (briefly) Literary work.
Cholly (surprisedlr) Doa't say I "What
branch, old rnm?
Dolly Well, you see, I know a man who
writes for papers, and this morning he asked
mo to help him count tho words in an article
ho was goii& to send down town. Mighty
hard work, I assure you. Almost as hard as
writing, don'tcherknow ! Judge.
They Diminish SeTf Reliance,
The committee appointed to consider the
situation of the London unemployed poor re
port that "work3 started for tho relief of the
unemployed, even though they bo in soma
degree useful and beneficial, tre tn tho long
run an injury instead of a benefit to the com
munity, by discouraging tho real spirit of
work and thereby diminishing self reliance
and enterprise," Now York Bun.
ITalrle Chicken Mavi.'-g West.
Prairie chickens, like other natives of the
wilds, aro opposed to civilization, and are
being pushed back toward the frontier with
tho advance of the immigrant. During the
last ten years they have been moving west so
fast that they are no longer seen in, Illinois,
Iow& and Minnesota, and now flock in west
ern Nebraska or Dakota. Chicago Herald.
Scared Into Matrimony.
The peasant girls of South Russia are
flocking into matrimony owing to a rumor
of the government's intention to impress Jnts
military services as "sappers' all unmarried
females between 20 and 30. New York Jour
nal. A year is like an apple round, full, com
plete and juicy. It makes little difference
into which sido we bite. Mary E. Sppncev.
The sweetest of sweet girls who will wait
for you is worth her wait in gold. New
The Romans are said to have first used
lip founi the Owners,
Assessor Thomas Drown, after the first
day's roynd, complained that he had not
found an owner for a single dog in tho ward,
though thero were hundreds. Taking him
aside, wo told him that if he would take the
trouble to kick the dogs Le met, he might
get tho desired information. He ciiiio home
on ft dray that night, the vanquished of six
teen fights. Detroit Free Press.
What Statistics Say.
Recent French and English statistics in
dicate that, while the average duration of
life is increasing through improvement of
the health of children, the number of ex
tremely aged persons is diminishing. Ar
There aro fifteen Siamese students four of
them ladies undergoing various kiius. of
professional training in England. They ara
tent by the government of iSiam.
Professor Rogers has invented a solidified
gas which can be immediately volatilized for
the special u&a of ballooiiisU.
Unmarried women and widows have had
the municipal suffrage in Finland since 1S79.
Child's Kilt Suitsfrom
Child's Suits from
.B03V huits from
Youths,' Suits from
With Ayer's Hair Vigor. Its dHanli
ness, beneficial elTei-ts on the scalp, and
lasting prrfiuiie commend it for uni
versal toilet use. It keeps the hair soft
and silken, preserves its color, prevents it
from falling, and, if the hair has become
weak or thin, promotes a new growth.
"To restore tho original color of my
hair, which had turned preniatirrely
gray, I used Ayer's Hair Vigor with en
tire success, i cheerfully testify to the
of this preparation." Mrs. P. II. David
sou, Alexandria, La.
" I was afflicted some three years with
ncalp disease. My hair was falling out
and what remained turned gray, i wan
induced to try Ayer's Hair Vigor, mid
in a few weeks the disease in my scalp
disappeared and my hair resumed in
original color." (Uev. ) S. S. Sims,
Pastor U. H. Church, St. Bemice, I ml.
"A few years ago I suffered th entire
loss of my hair from the fleets of tetter.
I hoped that after a time nature would
repair tho loss, but I waited in vain.
Many remedies w . r -!' !, .:..n:-.
however, with such proof of merit as
Ayer's Hair Vigor, anil I began to us if.
Tho result was all I could have desired.
A growth of hair soon came out all over
my head, and grew to be as soft and
heavy as I ever had, and of a natural
color, ainl Jinnbj set." J. II. Pratt,
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mass.
6olJ by ImiggUts and Perfumer.
Represent the following time
tried and lire-tested companies:
American Central-S. Louis, Assets Sl,'JS8,ltH)
Commercial Union-England, 2..WG.314
Fire Association-Philadelphia, ' 4,413,57i3
Fraukliu-I'hiladelphia, " 3,117,100
Home-New York. 7,S55.5( 0
Ir.s. U , of North America. Phil. ' 8,471.302
LiverpoolALondon & Globe-Eng " C,tJ3:t."sl
North British & Mercantile-En '" 3,378,751
vorwich Union-England. ' 1.2 15.4JG
Springfield F. & M, -Springfield, " 3,04-1 t?o 3
T:M Assets, 42."lT5,774
Losses AMnstfid end Paifl at ftisAgency
A a. F. THOMAS.
Attornev-at-Law and Notary Public. Office In
Fitzgerald Bloi-k. i'lattsinouth. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney-at-Law. Will giye nomjit attention
to all bueinesH Intrusted t:i him. Orlice in
Union lilccK. ttast side, l'lattstnouth. Neb.
AGlilCULTUltAL I M PLKM FN TS.
HALL & tliAli;.
Agricultural Implements, ('omtland P.uggies
and Kutliford Wagons, "Oood limber and
Hone Drv." sold and Warranted. .Main street,
betweeif Sixth and Seventh,.
Pi ttS'i- NATIOVA L HANK,
of Pliittsnic-tith. Capital Sso.oon ; stuping 11,
000. John Fitzgerald, President; S. Waiifih.
Cashier; F. S. White, Vice-President. Hoard
of Directors : John Fitzgerald. F. E. White,
Jno. K. Clark, 1. Hawkstrth, S. Waugh,
of Pl.it tsiuuuih. Capit-1 stook paid in. ajo.ooo.
Frank Cairulh, Prefjdout : W. II. Cushiug,
Cashier i J- A- Connor, Vice-President. A
treneial banking buMie.s transacted. Collec
tions receive prompt iiud cartful attention.
bl.,A-1....;th wl U'.i.r.inn.'ii.-e Ile'ii'ir ill kVtllil-
Mill. Pinups ana Finings.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boots and Shoes. Uepaii tufi promptly attended
to. South Side Main iUrrtit.
BOOTS AND SHOEH.
A complete assortment of every kind ol Foot
wear and cheaper thau the cheapest wist of
ttie Missouri Kjvfcr. Also muuufarturing and
BAEBEIi SHOP ANO BATH UOOM.
Hot ard Cold Ba'hs at all ho-,ri. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cuttijitf a ispeeially. Cor. .'.Hi
and Main, uudfi- C'arrutiiV.
Bread. Cakes. Pies. Huns. etc.. frch tlajly.
Party. Wedding and Fai cy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any juanlity.
J. P. YOU NO,
Bookseller, Stationer, and Nev. 3 Dealer ; Fancy
Ooods, Toys. Confectionery, Fine Cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and, urjw and
$1.90 to 3,75
2.00 to 9.0
3.25 to 10.90
4.00 to J5.00
You miss it if you. don't buy your Clothing, SCats, Caps, Fur-
aTVri Shoes, etc . of
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"We have just il:tccl on our bhelvea a ,N
NEW STOCK OF ZEPHYRF
-We are daily
lew Goods For Fall Trade
Ami have a Complete Line of
FALL & WIWTER GOODS
Our Yarns in Spanish, Saxony, (Jernian ami Zephyrs
are on hale.
i) :r h: b s goods
Dress Flannels ami Velvets, Carpets, etc., in all the
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES I
None but Western-made Goods F Kept in That Line.
(Jive us a ('all.
l S. & C MAYEIt, , CHRIS. WOHLKAKTH.
Cent's Furoishiiifts. Fine Tailor Made Clothing Staple and I ancy Ornrern-s, Olassware and
in Men's. Hoys' and Children's Wear. Their Crockery. Flour and Feed.
juices defy competition. Thev misrepresent , .
nothing, lheir Word 's Their Bond. TJOTEL.
ToriiiKr ' " Fit EI '!OOS,
rji.oijiiiu. coiDINC Proprietor Citv Hotel. Terms, ijl.tm per day.
Clothing. FuiniHhing OoodV ' Co to I he o!d rc- l''cial Attention given cotiiiiiereial men.
liable house for Hats, Caps. Umbrellas, Trunks.
Boots, Shoes. Mala street, next Cass Co. Bank. TTAUNES-J.
LL W. O. KEKFKIt,
CLOTHINt;. Suci-essrir to O. M. StrelKht. Ilaruet-s, Saddlery
C. K. WESCOTT, (ioods. Nets. Uobcs, Ou-tcr:, and all horse fur
Clothing. Hats, Cans, Ac. Fine Furnishings nishl-jg goods.
our specialty. One price mid no Monkey I'.ns- .
iiifss. it pays to trade with us. Kockwood Blk. u p owakk
P ANN I NO COM PAN Y. , ' '.'lOHNSON BKOS.,
j C VPUl'TH CANNINC CO Hardware. KtovfH. Tinware, Table and Pocket
Frank Carr'nth. Henry .1. Strek'ht, Proprietors. Uutlcry. Kasors, etc Household Sewing Ma-
i....,w; HkcHiuhv I-rH.nl Vit'et i tiles i Cllltos and Jewel V.S.nllliH htoVftH. llllWOrk
I aekeis of thcCltniav l.rand ( bt-l.tt.le-. of all kind- done :,i reaon:tbIe prices. Main
noNFKCIlONKKY. meet. Kockwiiod Block.
I' PHII.LIII KKAUH. .
Fraifp. Confectionery and F'ine Cigaro. Tl'WI'LUV
DUUOS. " ' ' ha. M ELWAIN.
O. P. SMI Ml & CO, Walchea. Clocks. Silverware and Jewelry.
Dealers In Wall Paper. Paints. Oil, Art Mater- Special Attention given to Watch Kepaiiiug.
ials. Cigars .tc. ICock'.vuod Block. ,
OEKINC&Co " FBANK CAHBUTH d SON.
D-.M- Chiiiic iU 1-nli.ts Oil- Always earry a fine Htot-k of DlaitioinlH.Wafcli-
o.ifa-, Chviiiic.ilh. l alius, oils. , (t Ll ,.,.Si,ewHrv ..silverware and Spectacles.
Lj.rt-y I Drop iii and inspect theirgood.s before parchax
V. (i. FlilCKE A CO., ) nigflsewhere.
Drug. Medicines. Chemicals. Paints, Oils,
Yariii-lo s. Dye SlufI- etc.. Fine btatiouery, I '--t .......,
Select Toilet and Fancy Articles. l'iiu,t:ililly. M
Dry floods, Groceries. Not ions, denoral Mer
chandise, etc. S. E. corner Main and Cth Sis.
Dry Goods, Notions aid Ladies' Furnishing
Goods. One dOoi eal First National Bank.
DUY OOODS. tiUOCEKI eK
E. G DOVEY c SO:.
Carry a 1-u-ge stock of Fine Groceries, Dry
Goods, Carpets, tueensware. Notions, -nd
Fancy Goods, to be fouDd in the county. Up
per Ma n street, between 5th and fith.
THIS, CAVE & SMITH,
"The Painless Dentists." Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm. Artificial teeth
ftiseited immediately after extracting ii-ritural
ones hen tiesdi'ud. Gold and all other Fillings
stnetly first class. Ollice lu Union Block.
F U KNIT U KB '
Furuiture. Bedding, LooKing rfiii-. Picture
Frame-, etc. Wooden Aletal Caskets kept
17. t n N 1 1 lT e7
I. PEA It LM AX.
Furniture. Parlor Suits, Upholstery Good-.
C. niiaanDiL-upa 1 inu'.tro -inl fill Lin.la iif
I Household 'ioods. S'orth cth street, between
.Main and Ine.
GENT'S F UK .VIHING goods; '
J. 11. DONNELLY.
Gents Fine Furnisher and Hatter. The most
complete and llnest stock in the city. Carruth
Block. Cor. 5th and Main.
M. P.. MURPHY CO.,
The Le:idlrig Dealers m Groceries. rockery.
( liina. La'.ri. Vvotten and Willow ware.
Flour, Fecd,&c. CksIi .a'd for country proc'uee,
LEHNHOFF & POENNICHSRN.
Grticeries, Provisions. Glasswaro kiI Crockeiy. j
VI F. MrCOURT,
Green. Ssaple and Fancy Groceries.
X BENNETT & TUTT,
Jta:.leand Fancy Groceries, Green Fruits and
Groceries and Queensware, Floer and Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cutlery. Kiddle House.
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black Worsted Overcoats
T IYLKY STABLE.
Ll M. HOLMES & SON.
The Checkered Barn. Livery. Feed and Sale
ptahle ; parties conveyed toail pnrtxof the city.
Carriages at .Ml trains. Comer Vine and ;tli.
Who'esale and Itetad Dealer In First Onalify
Beef, Pork. .Mutton. Veal. Lamb. etc. Sixth
street, Neville Block. Prices moderate.
J. IIATT & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Bender their own Lard
and Cure their own Bucon. Main street.
F1CKLEK & CO..
P!ggs, Poultry &c. We use only the best erade
of native stock. Oysters and game in neason.
TVS" EKCHAKT TAILOK.
"I C.I". SMITH,
Merchant Taiir. Main street. 'over Mcrgei'
shoe store. Complete stock of samples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MKS. J. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the latest Styles of Mil
linery and Ti'inimiiius ; aU'o Children's and In
fants' Boimeis. to be closed cut at cost.
T ESTAUKANT AND LUNCH KOOM.
k JACOB HKNNCii.
Meals and Lunches sei veil to order at aM hours.
A Iso Oysters. 'ig;irs. Tobacco. Pop and Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
FKAIIM fi: K LI ETCH.
Sample Koom. lipcr:el ami Domestic V'uf,
Liiioi- and Clears. Onlv straight goods liitn
dled. Milwaukee Pol tied Lager a Specialty.
Cor. fith and Main tits.
THE AM EKICAN EXCHAVGE.
Ni-'-k Cunningham, proprietor Choice v ins.
Liquors :ind Cigars. Pool and Billiaid Tables.
K-ddle Hou-e Block.
THE ELKffOKX SALOON.
Wm. Weber, proprietor. Manufac turrr rt
Soda Water. Birch Beer, f.'ider, etc. Agents lor
Fred K rug's Celebrated Iiger Beor.
Sample Koom and Billiard Hall. Choice Wines
Liquors and Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.
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