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PI.ATTSMOLTII, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOHEK 5, 1888.
F. M. KH.IIF.V
W K Fox
- JAMK1 PA1 'TKKHON, JK.
- liVKO.V Cl.AHK
W II MAI.1CK
Councilman, lit ward.
5 J V WtCKIIACII
A f AI.IKKUKV
i II M .lo.NKS
UK. A Mill I'M AN
M ti Mu it pi i y
H W IK'TTON
I CO.V O't'ONMOB.
I F MuCallkn. Fkks
t J W Johns
I D II Hawk
W JOHMt ,JIA1HMAN
Uoard Tub. Works
Recorder of Heeds
Cleric of LM-tncl Co.irt,
Hupt. of mb. School.
I). A. t'AMPRKLI.
W. H. Fool
John M Lkyda
W. C. Snow alt k.k
J. (J. Kl K FN MA It V
woaud or 8U
A. B. Tooi. Cli'm.,
A. 11. J)i KSOX,
W W W W W W W W.
1ASH M)(J No. 110.
O. O. K. -Meets
"every Tuesday evetiiu of e.icii w.-ek. All
transient hrotlieisi ae ret-peetf iilly invited to
111. AT I'.M'lU I'M K N C A M I'M V. NT No. 3. I.I I.
U. F.. n--t- eveiy ati-mate Fildiv in
each inoiir'i in M inni II .1!. Visiting
Mr.. then ur-r i vi:o I "o attend.
WKIO LOltiK N . M. A. O. U. W. Meets
everv iliefiiib I'rl't iy erenir.a :it K. of 1.
Iiil!. Triiileut lrit Iht ;ir. respeeirui ly iu
vireil t- -i-leu. I K..I M ii-n.M-isierWt.iric'iiiiii ;
F. I". Ilr.e.vn. Ki.re-. iiii ; ;. I'-. 'v--nit jr. ver
pper; ll. A. Taitf, F iiam-lfr ; -. F. Hoin-e-wtntli.
Id i fi't.t-r ; M. Miibrplit. Heerivrr ;
it. II simih, i;ii. . 'V : 1. N. liowi-s Uuidc ;
1. J Kiwiz. I;. side Wateli.
JIAH- t'V .11' SD.ia. '
J tif Auieric 1 Meets .teot ind and fourth Miti
d ay eveuiim at K. t '. ll.ill. All transient
brotllern ale If.i'.iested l" lU'-ef witll I.. A.
Newco 'er. V.iuer.. liT? ,.uh il ; I. . . Vile-,
Wi.rtliy ttvter; C il Je, H.iuker ; W. A.
III. TTS.'!'U Ti! 1HHiK S- 8. A. (I. I'. W.
Meel cvry :iller:i.ite KiMay eveiiiti at
Kjekwoitd h.illai .VIt;s . All transient lirt-l It
ers are rf.ttvtfiilty i.ivil.'.l k attend. 1-.
l.-iiMri, ..I. A.; K. I'.oxd. I 'ii-i!i;iti : . ".
V ll : , Ij 'ft it der ; Lrtoli ir.l Ali-lers.m. Vft.-ri'l .
1:.AT! -Mt"T I. !;!: n.f,. V F. & A.M.
JL M....J ttll t!i tii-t Jlll.l l:r- Mnn'iiyi '-f
eat h i.km: f ! at ill. - i I. a!.. Al. fi.r- -l "I'H
t r aru eordi.iliy ii-iled to in- e us.
J. It. Kit tiKV, V. M
V ji . Hays. Seere-ary.
KISKAsKA (TIAI'TKH. Ml. 3, K. A. M
Meets seeond ami fourtn luesdav t.f eR- ll
morth at Maoii'.- liall. Iran.scunt brothel
are lnviled to meet v.-itli us.
K. K. Will IK, U. P.
AV.m. II.vvs. Secretary.
. ZIDN ( IIJIJIA IIAK. U. O.
NO. 5. K. T.
leetit first ami third vv ednestl iy night of
eaiTi inontli al M so .'shall. Visitiiij; brother
are cordially tnvit.-d to meet wiili ns.
Wm. Hays. nee. F. E. Vmri:, J:. C.
Ciasscoitncil.no hh;i,koyal .kcaxi;m
ii.ei l- the fecimd and fourth Mondas ot
tuch mouth at Arcanum Hall.
K. N. Gi-kk.v, Keent.
V. C. Minor. Secretary.
PLATTS MOUTH DO ARD OF TRADE
I'resi.lent Uobt. D Windham
1st V itre President A. B. Todd
2nd Viee President Wm Neville
Secretary F. Herruiann
Treasurer F. K. tiuthman
J. C. Richev. F. E. White. J . C. Patterson,
J. A. Conner, B. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. !or
der, J. V. Weckbaeh.
McCONIHI POST 45 G. A. R.
J. W. Jonssox Comniauder,
ii.8. Twiss Senior Vice
K a. Batks Junior "
titro. N l lf.m Adjutant.
H2NRV STRFIG1IT Q. M.
MauiN Dixox Ofllcerof the Lay.
ivniiuny Krv Sert Major.
Jajoi'hb'-kmax.. ..Quarter Master Serjct. J
I.. C. Cckti l'ost i napiain
Mer inir Saturday eveuinjj
WHEN YOU WANT
Cor. ml ;-iii.te S;r.-. ts.
Contractor and Builder
. Sept. 12-ui.
Plerifv i f tYrd, ll- tir, yr:.hui !ir!!
nual nt"l!c!Ml mill ti
The Hn- t p 'r -i.i
at II. I'.o vk's "
. t ' ft-.n ! fo-ind
Glen's Working Suits
Pipit's Business Suits
MiHi's Host .Made Suits
Men's Custom Made Suits
.n 2l3sa.nt Xins of Soy 3, Youths' and Chaldron's Overcoats. Tou. miss it if you don't "buy yo-vir Clothing, Sats, Caps, Fur
nishing Coods, Boots and Shoos, etc., of
A New Nobraska Postmaster.
Washisotox, 5. Henry P. Lamb lias
been appointcdiiostmaster nt Vacoma,
Washington cJkAv, Neb., vice John H.
The Yellow Fever.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 5. Official
bulletin for the twenty-four hours to fi
p. in.: New cases, 7.; deaths, 1; total
cases, 2.U71; total deaths, 271.
Decatur, Ala., Oct. 5. Seven new
cases were reported here todiy, but
Groyer Requested to Financially
New York, Oct. 5 The pressure of
the regular democrats to forte their pres
idential canbidate, O rover Cleveland,
to endorse the nomination of D. 15. Hill
for a accond term as govenor is to be in
creased, and the president will be forced
to placed himself either in line wito the
unanimous action of his party in this
state or by remaining silent give the im
pression that he approves th'i action of
his supporters who are engaged in knifing
It is said on good authority that when
Colonel Dan Lamont was here Thursday
last he was informed by the lenders that
a check from the president to cover a
portion or" the campaign expenses of
(tovemor Ili'.l would stop all friction It
wi3 not then ileum ;d tti-r.-! wis any ne
cessity f r the Jatt-r.
The situation has
changed so.nc-vh.it since then. The anti
Hill democrats atv well supplied with
money, a.id are making such a vigorous
onslaught on the governor tint t lie Hill
men can be kept in line for Cleveland
only by a ringing declaration from the
president that he dots not favor the war
fare on the democratic candidate for
governor. Already the Hill democrats
arose iking votes from republicans for
Hill in return for vote? for Harrison aud
Morton. Tin; republicans are not trad
ing any candidate, however, and the
Hill men, if th-; voto for Harrison, will
get nothing in return.
STRAY NEWSPAPER ITEMS.
It is announced that there will be an
other "Passion Play" at Ober-Ammergau
Of the 8.000.000 francs worth of china
made last year at Limoges, one half came
Engines of 20,000 horse power have
hcen ordered for the new cruiser Blake,
at a cost of 140.000.
It is said that barely half a dozen wa
tering place hotels thus far have met
The reports of extravagance and show
at our watering places are not so loud
nor so numerous as usuaL
The daily opening of the churches U
being advocated heartily by Lord Car
narvon and the bishop of Cambridge.
Parisian swells steadily give way to
English fashions. They now wear the
regular short wlute tie for evening dress,
instead of their former black butter
flies. A newspaper in Constantinople says
that 213 Christians and Jews have be
como Mohammedan during the past year,
a larger number than those who have
abandoned Mohammedanism for other
A Michfgan peddler who sold goods on
the cars, first singing a comic 6ong to
attract attention and please his cus
tomers, dropped dead in a train a few
days ago. Lie is believed to have left a
fortune of $200,000., accumulated hi this
Germany is doir.g considerable foreign
missionary work nowadays. It has
eighteen societies and supports 523 mis
sionaries, who look after their 210,000
converts. Last year tho total receipts in
money were over $700,000.
Three Chinese pheasants attacked a 14-year-old
boy near Vinegar Springs, Ore,
a i-hort time ago, and fought him so hard
that he droped a sack of wheat he wa3
carrying and fled for bafety. When tho
neighbors went to tUe spot the wheat
and birds had both vanished.
An Australian football club has ar
ranged with an accident insurance com
pany to pay any of its members who are
disabled whii-j playing tin game 30s.
per week as long ::s they remain on the
f-ick list, and JL'2J0 to the relatives if tho
injuries received in the football field
should terminate fatallr..
- The - One
Xj O Q 2E3L
fa human hearts what bolder thoughts cs
Than man's presumption ou to-niorrow'n Jnwnr
Where irt to-morrow? In another world;
For numbers thin i certain; the reverse
Is sure to none; and yet on this "perhupe,
This "perailventure," iufamoud for lien,
' "(na rock of adamant, we build
.nountaln hopes. Ymiij.
The Kcotlmu of Criminals.
The illiteracy of criminals is illustrated by
Dr. Seouller, of tho Illinois Reform school,
thus: "While the state of Illinois has less
than C per cent, unable to read and writ.
i tho commitments to tho Reform school show
nearly 25 per cent, unable to i ead and 70
per cent, unable to write." "What is your
nationality?" wo asked of a young man
nearly six feet high. "Don't know." "Are
you an American" "Eh?" "Were you born
in America?" "No, I was born in Shelby
ville, Ills." The criminal is, above all, selfish
and egotistical. lie knows it alL lie is
incapablo of being taught. Smartness is his
curse. He is ever reudy to sneer at others.
Bragging is his unconquerable propensity.
He commits crime because he is proud of it.
Which suggests that the habit of ignorant
egotism in parents tends to breed in children
a criminal conceit and tendency to do what
ever will make thorn notorious. Globc-Dem-oerat.
Courtesy of llnnstan Ofllcerfl.
When I left Moscow at noon wo were told
that tho train would stop for dinner within
an hour or two, but it did not, and we learned
from some Russian otllcers who were sitting
with us that there would be no opportunity
for obtaining n-thingnntilG in the evening.
As we had taken an early breakfast, we ex
pressed our dismay, when one of them went
nto another compartment of the ear where
his family were and soon returued with a
hearty lunch, which ho insisted upon our
! taking, and which we, of course, gratefully
acccptoil. Una 5 mo n captain in tho United
I States army oifcriug a part of his dinner to
j a foreigner on a railway train. And this
was but ono of the many acts of courtesy
which wo received from them, during tho
long day which wo wero together between
Moscow aud Warsaw. Henry M. Wright in
Detroit Frco Press.
Dropped rier Studied Dignity.
Mrs. Sam Newlyi ich, the haughty, purse
proud wifo of a Montana millionaire, unbent
Fufliciontly to take u iarty of Doston tourists
out riding in her own landau, drawn by four
black horses with red fly nets and plumes,
while the coachman was in scarlet and yel
Mrs. Xewlyricb maintained an attitude of
studied dignity until h-.r John happened to
give one of her four black steeds a cut with
his whip, when she lapsed into her old air of
case and frankness, and said, smartly:
"Here you, Billy Jackson, you stoplickin'
them horses like that or I'll lick you blamed
if 1 don't 1 Excuse me," she said to the awe
struck Bostouians, "but that off boss cost
f 000, and I don't Intend having hirn licked
for nothing." Time.
Te.bra to Cross the Channel.
Once more suggestions are iu the air for a
postal tube between Dover and Calais, and
this time in a more detailed form. The idea
is to suspend two tubes of about a yard each
in diameter by means of steel cables across
the Channel, forty yards abovo the level of
the sea. The steel cables will be fixed to
pillars at distances of about 600 yards, and
in each tube a little railway will run, with
cat's capable of carrying 450 pounds in
weight. No parcel of greater weight than
this will be taken, and the cost is estimated
at tho modest figure of $5,000,000. It is also
proposed to run telegraph and telephone
wires through these tubes. Financial News.
Typhoid Fever Kills More.
Typhoid fever kills moro people in this
country every year than most of the yellow
fever epidemics do. Yet nobody runs away
from typhoid fever. They stay where they
are and take the chances. But at the first
hint of "Yellow Jack," country settlements,
villages, towns and whole cities lose their
heads and run oft as fast as their legs will
carry them. In Havana yellow fever some
times prevails all the year round, but the
citizens stay there, and American tourists
visit the city and never think of danger.
Why does a touch of the disease in this coun
try produce such a general scare? Atlanta
Tjo "Devil's Looking Glu.
A curios relic of old English magic was re
cently sold in London the "black stone," or
magic speculum, of Dr. Dee, who was 60
notorious an astrologer in tho times of Mary
and Elizabeth. Dr. Dee professed to be able to
call his familiar spirits into this stone, which
magically reflected many strange scenes, and
afforded glimpses into futurity. It is men
tioned in "Hudibras" as the "devil's looking
glass." The stone is merely a round piece ot
cannel coal, about half an inch thick, with a
kind of handle at one side, and is highly pol
ished. Onco a Week.
Three hundrert years ago the council of
Treat denounced tho "detestable practice of
J-jUann Most says that there are C00.CC0
boeialists in the United States.
Child's lvilt Suitsfrom
Child's Suits from
lioys' Suits from
Youths' Snits from
Price - Clothier, - Plattomouth, -
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
Heeatisc he bail no (3ai:i.ani Stovk.
liny one of Johnson Rhus. Hcpt22-dl 111.
A few llirthday Cards at half price to
close out at Will J. Wahhick'h.
We have a large ntot k of Wall Paper
(hat we will seb at bargain prices. We
want the space for fall and winter goods.
Will J. Wakuick.
Colic, Diarrhti'K ami summer complaints
tire dangerous at this season of the year
iitui the only way to guard against these
diseases is to have a bottle of some Till
able reined v. IJeggs' Diuri hrea llalsam is
a POSITIVE RELIEF In nil tins; disa
greeable eases and is pleasant to take.
It will cost you only :i." rents. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists.
We have a few Toys, Dolls. Album",
Hooks, Cups and Saucers, Ac, that we
desire to close out before our new goods
arrive. We offer real bargains in above
line for 30 days. Como and se n.
. J. U A II kick. I
All parties desiring private sewerage
connection with the main sewer, can be
accommodated at tiny time, by address
ing Haulins A Shilton, Sewer Contrne
tors, P. O. box 11 CO, or by calling tit th
office, Murphy's store. lni
A fine line of Juvenile Rooks at reduc
ed prices to close out and make room for
new goods at AVarbick'h
Child's high sandals, only
pair, at Merges'.
5 cents a
Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henry Roeck's fur
niture emporium w here you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make jour home beautiful and comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
Will J. Warrick is offering a bargain
in Wall Paper.
Wall Paper at Warrick's Drug Store at j
reduced prices for next SO days.
B.& M. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 :io a. m.
No, a. 6 :40 p. m.
No. 5 C :47 a. m.
No. 7.-7 1. in.
No. 2.-4 p. in.
No. 4. 10 ::) a. m.
No. fi. 7 :13 p. 111.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. Ill,
No.fl.-6 :17 p. m.
No. ll 6 ;27 a. m.
AU train run daily by wavof Omaha, except
Nos. 7 and 8 which run to aud from Schuyler
daily except Sunday.
No. so is a stub to Pacific Junction at R.sna m
No. 1 .1 is a stub from Pacific Junction at lla.m.
Practical Piano and Organ Tnner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Boeck's
furniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
OT- O, BO CUE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER, i
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
R. B. Windham,
John A. Davif.s,
Attorneys - svt - 2Law.
Office over Rank of Cas County.
Plattsmoctti, - - Nebraska
for an incurable case of Cmtarrh
la the Head by the proprietors of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
Symptom 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,
deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expecto.
cation of offensive matter: oreath offensive:
smell and taste impaired, and general debility.
Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con
sumption, and end in the grave.
By its mild, soothing, and healing properties.
Dr. Sage's Remedy cures the worst cases. 60c.
ble A HarmXett,
est, easiest to take. One Pellet a Dose.
Cure Sick Headache, Billons Headache,
IMxztness, Coustlpatlou, Indigestion
IS aiucki, ana ui uereugvuieuut ui
the stomach and bowels.
25 cts. by druggist.
$1.90 to 3.75
- 2.00 to 9.80
3.25 to 10.90
- 4.00 to 15.00
Extends Thanks to the People of Plattsmonth and vicin
ity for having" shown him so much kindness
hy having called so numerously at his
DONOT J3TJ-5T DOLLARS WORTH OF
l-IATS -:- AjTD -:- GAPS !
HE WILL SAVE
JT 0 IES'
Destroyer of High PriceG,
At Solomon c& XTath.an's Old Stand.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
HAS A FULL
Cloaks & Wraps
Por T77"ir3.ter Wear.
DRESS Gr O O D S
- OFFERED AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
FLANNELS, YARNS, ETC.,
And Everything kept in a. Firvt-Class House lor Winter Ware.
CARPETS? OILCLOTHS MATTINGS,
A Full and Complete Stock of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES !
New Goods Received Daily. Give 113 a Call.
JFe Yo WeckTbacIio
- JJST& l
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black "Worsted Overcoats
MONEY FOIl YOlJ.
LINK OF LADIES'
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