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PLATTSMOUTlt, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY KVI2XIXCJ, OCTOIIKR 1, 1SSS.
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Council .ia. li: ward. J'A HAi-ihiiuitv
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Clerk ol ln-luis On ui,
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Blalno at Detroit.
Dktiioit, Oct. 4. Tiie republicans of
Detroit turned out by tliu t!i:iin vi to
day to listen to lilniiie's oi'niiig speech
in Michigan. Arrangements hut leen
mule to hold the meeting in rerreatiou
park, hut an icy wind from tlio west
warned the managers of t!u occasion to
cancel that part of the programme and
hold the niL'Ctin in the Detroit rink.
With 3,000 capacity, tho rink was crow
dd an hour ljeiore the tiin t set for the
opening procfcdinir-, nd a multitude
'arg-r (Inn that within the I mi l.li ti
was turned away for w-int of room.
From the m-miciit the Mainn stati-Hinau
nppuar.-d at th; c ut s auce until lie mount
ed the platform t lie great audience iniin
tain d a continuous cheering, :nd when
he reached the plat form a gr. at yell of
wvlcom-j as-mred him that he was among
Kan Cver by the Cars.
Hi. i;k SritiNus. X:l., Oct. '. The
nor h bound pas -ng'. r ran over an tin
k no vn man iuar IJirncstiin last evening
at ( o'clock, lie will probably die.
lie w.t-i sitt ing on the track, and was pro
bably drttnk. Til? engiie-er did not see
l.im in tim" t j stop the train. He was
t, - en to' 15 u ie -ton for medical aid.
His i o' I ir bnii" is broken and he i.s in-
WOMAN AND HOME.
FOLKS ARE LOATH
pi.A'rrIOl':;l KVCAMI'MKN' Ni . I
I) i:ieiJ "v y ;i '."Cili' I'lij iv ill
ai-li 'iMin'a i i ill- . i-.mi" M l!. Visr? .-'
Mr o li i; i li't ! ' . ' !
'jn:!o i.o!!;k i. a. ' l -v j...t jjrred internally.
i-ver. i! .-iii- ! i ll iV niim ;ii li. il !'.
! iM. I'l tti-t I t;r i i r - ir - isin-rl i ii;iy in-
v;?.- l f a l i I l '1 i-ii-i V.i k an ;
1". e. !'.:-li. Iir.' I'., v.-liea T. vt-
..r t: v r.ni .- I' ii turii-r : .- K. Hoiir'-
. ui-ili. l.- i. i.ii i ; M M.i! r lit. l'-ii'ivi r ; ovi nii.tr. when tlie .St. l'atll hose cart
r. .1 Kim, i
A F. reman Injured.
Oki., Xi Ii , Oct. At 7 o'clock this
I A - U-l ! i
.. I .1 V lt..vL-i.l: llllifl.'. I
v. ' ' team was in:ini:ir a wt t test in the fire-
i:a:i:' Ni. MuiiKHN '.Vuudmks ! men's tournanu nt. John IMiillips, son of
u uc i -Mn l.- st-joml aiet fourili Mim- '. ,.-,..;,.- nf h- f (o'liinercial Ihottl.
1 -4V v.-i. af K. ..f 1. i:i 1. All lla'isient
rtvii-r- a" rciiiirii'J t im'et. wit u us. I,. A. , St. Paul, and th wheel of the hose cnit
l .i.... ...... I . .1 Vtt.i.
WurUiy ilviser; S. C. Wilde, Hanker; W. A. run over his head. lie was carried to
doctor's near by and has not recovered
consciousness He bled profusely and a
fatal result U feared.
Stage Robbers in Arizona.
Fi.ouexck. Ari.., Oct. 4.- Tho down
stage from this place to (Jasa Grande
wa9 held up yesterday afternoon at Dry
Lake, five miles north oT Ca3.i 'Giun.le,
by 'two Mexican1;, who took the Welli
Fargo treasure box and ransacked
the registered mail pouch. Xo pass
engers wera aboard. The robbers escaped.
IiLATrsvoi'i'H i.oim;k NO 8, A. 1). v. w.
Mei-ts every uirraate KriJay eiiiiii at
U'ickv.aio.l I; all at H itelnCKr All iransieiit lirut ti
ers aic rcspii-truhy invi;-l r sttti-ml. S.
J-arson. M. W. ; F. Moy.l. Foremau : 8 c.
Wilrte. Keeor lcr ; I.couai'1 AiuHrson. Overst ;r.
aI..V'f tsMOI'TH I.OIM ; K NO. i. A. F. .t A. M.
I M-i-ts on tiie lift ami tlni.l Meiitlays l
each niniitli at lln :r hull. All transient iTotls
e are corlially iiuitcd t iwet with us.
.1. 1. Kicii KV, W. M.
VkHUASKA rilAITEK. NO. 3. K. A. M.
M4-ls simmip! and fiurtli Tuesilav of each
ino.nl h at .Mai-1 u' Kail. Trauscirlit brothers
are iaviteil lo meet witli us.
F. E. Whitk, H. P.
V. JlAViS, Secretary.
At T. ZION COMMA" DAHV. NO. 5.
-Meetd f.rst and ihird Weilnesday nkht of
eacli month at Masu 'i hall. Visiting brutliers
re eonlialiy iuvitetl to meet with us.
Wm. 11 a s. Kee. F. E. Win i k. V. V.
-ASS('ol'NCIi.XO 1021.KOYAL KOANFM
t the eeeoiid and fourth Moiulavs of i
Jich muulh at Aivauuni J lull.
it. N. ULEN'S, lie,
V. C. Minor. Secretary.
PLATT-3fvOUTH 30ARDOF TRADE
1'ivsiit.if Koht. H Wiudhani
1st Vev I'.-.-s'.i.-.it
Sa l Vie-1 l'r -s;.i.'.iK
Trea-ur-r F. It. iai Lilian
.r. ('. Ki lu v F. F. White. J ('. l'atterson,
.1. A. 1 i" iiT, i:tsi ii, v. W. Sheriiii.ii, F tior-!-r.
J. V 'eekb.teti.
POST 45 O. A. ft
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f :;rs -
The Yellow Foyer.
Jacksonville. Oct. 1. Official bulle
tin for the 24 hours ending yesterday at
0 p. m.: New teases. 73; deaths, 0. Total
cafes to date, 2,800; total deaths, 270.
Cf the new oases 32 are white, 41 colored.
Hev. A. C. Barbour, Episcopal rector
in Tnvilla. died this morninor. His familv
A. H. To Id ! . .
vm Nevi.'le , is in Illinois, their old liomi
Water Conds Voted.
CoLU.MErs, SoU., Oct. 4. At a special
Icity election held heiv to-day 10,009
: bonds to cxtenrl the water maim an 1
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M . t tv ! v i
Co .:: n.o..
AM'.-'te"'' Fi:'. -
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. . ,.niii:.?.rt -r, uoi) io;icia to Duibl a iindge iiCro.;s tiie
Men lor V Ue
Platte river were carried.
" fa r ye-
lrcsui Out of tiie l'asluon.
Of course dress is important, and it is ri.iht
that is should receive a goodiy share o2 r.t- J
tentio:i. lz is best, too, that the fashion :
fchuuld bo ooeyed withta bounds; for to defy i
tho fashion is to declare dress of even mora j
importance- than obeuieneo to fashion de- :
dares iz; is to maintain, moreover, a iei- i
Eonalit y that is unlovely ns arraj-ed in op- :
position to tho rest of tho world; and is to j
betray e. vanity that is really quite as bad as 1
7. g I J betray e. vanity that is really quite as bad as
J I' 2i that contrary Liiid of vanity which gratifies
jj 1 V,. iStlt with tho wildest profusion c-f gauds
t 5 j mid gewgaws. la addition, bj it remarked
i i i t
Plenty i '!, ti ur.
meal at llei- i" mill, tf
that the lirst constituent of good dressing is
tho e!nienfc of inco:ispie"aniios; a lady
wi-c ii fnultlcs.-!;.' dressed is so duthed as not
to attract attention, but shuuld s-ho chance
to attract it. then to Le found with her Unlet
exactly right f ud all en it thould be.
Tr,o person who dresses out of tho fashion,
bceau.-o not liking cr approving of this or
that feature of it, makes herself prominent
by her dissimilarity from others, wears a
quality of notoriety, and is. so far, in worso
taste than the worst fashion cxid in.nko iic-r.
Dress is important, and we would int wish
our young girls to Le reared thinking other
wise. But wo would have them place it at
its right value, and not give to its considera
tion tho time and strength that belong to
still better things. Harrier's Bazar.
The tiii -st bedroom s.-t' can be ft tut d
at II. Ho, ck's.
. "The art of war, b;eh everybody talks
fditmt. i ::::".-.'i)' t ...rjob-orj.
Oetlliiic IU-aily for Sicklies I-uniiu to
Work Ire A JlIistnLe I'aronts Make.
A Happy Wlff -llcullli Illm Note for
Ask a young lady who is yearning fur her
own vino and fig tree, and a husband, by
way of an adjunct, why it is that the uion
ure so loath to take unto themselves partners
for liettcr or for worse, and uhu will reply:
"Oh! tho men aroseliish. They want tospend
all their money upon themselves. They like
tho luxuries of celibacy. Tbi-y like their
club life with all its comforts. They want
to provide themselves with everything that
is calculated to make a man satu fled with
himself mid the world at large." This is the
reply that the interrogator will get in most
easels. Tin-re may be varieties of expression,
according to the individual, but tho tenor of
the answer is not far removed from this.
Ak the young man who is a lit subject, for
the matrimonial market why it is that tho
men do not marry end he will say: "O! the
women c.ro so foolish. They want to enjoy
themselves. They want to weur line clothes,
keep up with all tho fashions, have servants
to do the work for them and live like the
wives of millic-'tf'.ires. If the women v.vre
not so foolish more men would get married,
lf they were less capricious there would be
less unxiety felt about tho married state. As
it is the young man with a mi derate income I
is afraid to plunge in the vortex of matri
mony for fear that iinancial bankruptcy may j
be the out ome.-' This will be tho reply in
nine cases out of ten.
Ib-re wo are between two grindstones.
But when one investigates the question in a
careful way the conclusion is inevitable that
there is ground for complaint on both sides.
Tho young man is certainly scllish. He
forms habits in hia bachelor days which cer
tainly would not become him as a married
man. He has his club and tho dub claims a
good deal of his time and thought. He does
not as a general thing take his wifo to tho
club with him. Therefore she naturally ob
jects to clubs and thinks that they ure horrid,
lf the young Benedict would make his home
his dub house and his wifo his clubfcllow,
there would lie much less ground for coin
plaint than there now is. But to most young
men, who even in a married state pine for a
little bit of freedom, club life of this kind
would be too monotonous. Again, there is
some ground for the complaint that the
young man is too fond of his own comfort.
That is undoubtedly true. But man is very
largely a creature of habit. He forms tastes
and habits in celibacy which ho cannot shake
on. Too often when he has u w ife ho grati
fies those tastes even if to do so he is com
pelled to sacrifice his vife"s comfort. This is
wot riht. A woman when she marries take
tho step in some eases for the want of con
genial companionship; in others to lietter
her condition. But, leaving the material as
pect of tho matter out of sight, a woman who
marries does not at once like to legin a life
of denial and self abnegation.
Tho young man has a good deal to com
plain about, too. The education of a young
woman is often far too superficial, aud,
therefore, useless. It does not fit her to fcs
the true helpmeet of a man. It is calculated
to make her an oruunienr, not a useful being.
The average society woman is well defined
by tho philosopher Thomas Carlyle in
his "S;irtor Ilesartus"' as a piece of
celestial art which he glories to sur
vey in galleries, but which he has
lost all hope of purchasing. The young
woman too often is educated to be a parlor
ornament, to dress well, to poseelFectively, to
play the piano a little, and to have a smat
tering in those brandies of education which
tire purely ornamental. A wife of this kind
is not what tho young man wants who is just
starting out upon his career. lie must have
some one to help him save. In order to do
this the wife must know how to work, aud
must not be afraid to work. That they do
not is, perhaps, not so much their fault as it
is the fault of soc iety and its standards.
Women like to share the burdens of those
they love. They are willing to put up with
very much o incouveniece, withstand any
tribulation, providing it will help along the
one that is loved and cause him to fed happy.
When it comes to a question of sacriiiee, or
moral or even physical courage, the woman
in three cases ous of live is superior to the
man. She will bear more pui:i uncomplain
ingly end will complacently battle with an
noyances that v.ould almost drive a i;i;ia
crazy. Jlu;l. women would be true help
meets if they had a chance. But from the'.1.
childhood's days they are taught to have a
wrong view of life, aud to ignore the t-uli-star.tial
in favor of the artificial.
This is wholly wrong. Men and women
were created to be joined in matrimonv. It
is wrong to keep them njKirt. It is not only
wrong to the individuals of the two sexes,
but it is fraught with danger to society,
Vv'hero there arc the most happy marriages
there the standard of purity will le the high
est. "Where there are the least marriages
tho standard of impurity will be the highest.
Det roit Freo Press.
Neat Laundry Work.
All parties desirous of having the neat
est and cheapc.t laundry woik done,
should leave it at this ollice Tuesday
niht anil it can be secured aain Friday
evening. The Council Ulu IT steam lmn
dry, where the work is done, has put in
all the latest improved machinery, iiikI
their work cannot be surpassed. The
finest polish. V. A. Dkkuick, Aa't.
We have a few Toys, IolN, Album-',
IJooks, Cups and Saucers, Vc, that we
desire to close out before our new ihk!s
arrive. We offer real barna-ns in above
1 ! He lor () 'lays. t nine and see us.
W. J. W.l:lii'K.
I UU Mm Hh
All pat ties dc.Mrlng private
ouiiw ct ion with the main svwi i
act oiiiiuodati d at any liiii". by
ii;if ll.iiiln.se: Shi Iton. Si wii
tots, 1'. O. h..- 1 i:;, or by c.dllii
ollicc, Murphy's -tore.
ev i -ige
( nt i in-
a I th
Thanks to the l'topk: of IMatlMiio
lor having shown him so miu
hv haviii''' called so iiiimrtis
Child's high : 1 . : l ..
pair, at Merles'.
Dont to Omaha when you want
to o-t jour beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but jo to lbnry I'uetk's fur
niture emporium whereyou can -t every
1 1 1 1 ii in the furniture line that will ;o to
make your home beautiful mid comfort
able; and above all you can ;et it cheap,
ib tnciubi r th it he w ho si lls most ran
nth ami vicin-
DOlsTOT J DOLLAUG WOUTI-I Or
Will .1. Warrick is nfTYrint
in Wall I 'a per.
rt u w
ft 0? a ii t ii
! U U
Wall Paper at Waii'ii k's Dru Store at
reduced prices for next -M days.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
CLOTH I NG !
l-iTS -:- -:-(TS!
Preservation of the Natural Teeth
Specialty. Aurstlu tics given fi
I.1-S FlI.I.IMi OK KXTKACTHlX lF
Artificial teeth made on Gold
Itubber or Celluloid Piatt s, and inserted
as soon as teeth tire extracted whin de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZiiKKAMi's c;i I'nvrrsMOurit. Nki:
C. F. SMITH,
The Boss Tailor.
Main St., Over Merges Slice Store.
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Xote these prices: Dusiness suit
from $11 to dress suits, $25 to $45.
pants $4, $ $0.50 and upwards.
C'Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defv Competition.
JJKFOKK SKKIXC HIS
SlGOOiDS - A tit) - rJC$,
in-: wihh s.vvi-: monkv for vor.
estroyer of High Prices.
Solomon & iNTa.tliari.'c Old .irand.
U3 1 2 1L
! 9 -a o
& XM 5 Q
for an incurable case of Catarrh
In the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
Symptoms of Catarrh. Headache,
obstruction of nose, discharges falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid ; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
ileafuess. difficulty of clearing: throat, expecto
ration of offensive matter: broath offensive:
emell nnd taste impaired, and peneral debility.
Only a few of these symptoms hkely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con
sumption, and end in the prave.
by its mild, southing, and healing properties.
Dr. Saire's Keinedy en res tho worst eases, fide.
ble & Harmless.
HAS A Tl'LL I.I x i: OF LA I I I.r
leaks W raiss
Pox Winter "Wear. .
dress o- o o jy s
Tin: lowest i -1 : i i;s.
'j a saddest thing unuer tne sny is a souj
iucapable of sadness. CouuU?ss de Gasparui
Few persons live today, hut aro preparing
t.-j tin s. to-ra jitow. J )idri-rf-.
Unequaled asaLiver Pill. Pmallest.clienp
est, easiest to take. One Pellet a Dose.
Cure Sick Headache, ItilioiiM Ifeadnclie,
Dizziness, Constipation, Indices! ion,
Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of
the etomaca and bowels. 25 cts, by drutrifiets.
ii. & fp. t ime Table.
And Tivervtliiriii ket v :i i' ii -t-( -lai- IIoii;. lor WiiilorV
ARFETS. OILCirOTHvS, MATTINGS,
A Full ainl Coinjili to Stock ii'
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
.nov.' iT.'iriils K'fci t- J.iily. iii(
v k ' e
No, 2.-4 ::;.'! p. in.
No. 4. 'lo :Mi a. in.
No. 0. 7 p. lil.
No. 10. u :i. n,.
No. l . ." :10 si. !:).
'i. :i.--i" r In p. III.
No. r. i; -a; u. m.
Xo 7.--7 ::: n. in.
.! --1; :!7 p. in.
No. 1 1 ' :J7 a. in.
Al train rin daily 1 y wavof On aha. except
Ns 7 and 8 which run to and fn in -liuj ler
daily except Sunday.
Nn. 0) is a stub to Pacific Junction at s.?,a i in
N . 19 Is a stub from 1'aeiliu .lenetiun at iia.ui.
OTZnTO- T'E! .ZLjXj SEASON
Glen's AVorking- Suits
Meii J5usincss Suits
Men's Best Marie Suits
Men's Custom Marie Suit-
Child's Kilt Suitsfrom
Child's Suits from
Jioys' Suits from
Youths," Suits from
o r- "
2.00 to J.0
3.25 to 10.90
4 00. to J5 00
Men's Nobby C'heck Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats
Men's Black "Worsted Overcoats
2 ( 0
nisliiiig Goods, Soots azid Shoes, etc., of
The - One - Price - Clothier, - Plattsmouth, - Nebraska.
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