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PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, MONDAY HVKNINO, OCTOItlSK S, 1S8S.
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l'uliuti J adf(e.
Counciliuon, 1st ward,
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lioaid TuIj. Works
Ie?iuiy t'eiS'irer, -Cieik.
ojiUV -ti rtl"r
Clork of ll-ti tct Co irr,
So-..t. 'ti i school.
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i: v:iu OK SUI'KUVISOKS.
A. St. Tl)ll). ('ll'lll.. - - rUltMliOUth
A. II. Il K.-UN,
' a No. U(J. I O. . K. -Meets
-A-very T'if;l:iy ve:iiii;? of eiu-h week. All
tr.iifnt blathers ate respectfully invited to
1 l a r r .i o u r h K c a m r.M k n r
O. I".. nnv:t every alternate
So. 3. 1. O.
each month In the M.i.nic
Iir.it lien are I i vile. I to attend.
t LOIXiK N.. 81. A. O. ll. W.-JIiffti
. rv :ilririu Kii.Uy eveuin at K. f V.
fr:i!isieit lirotlier :r reswirtf uily In-
. tti.-n l K..I. Miirjrnn.MiKtt-r VirkiKn ;
;:r.n. KikreitMii ; IS. It. ,,iHfir. Over
; i: A . Taite. Financier : n. Il.u
ii KrirOr ; M. Mavlirinlit. lti-ccivor ;
.nith. I'm'! M. W. : 1. N . Itoweu, ljuide ;
Kunz. In.stde Watt-h.
j . I niprii i MiitiiMMtl :tflit filtlrtll Moil
i:iy eve:iii4 at i. of 1. h.til. All transient '
l-rothcri are ni:iestd to mer with ii. I-. A. :
.W.vco mir. Venerable C-.n:il : 'S. r , MleK,
Worthv Atlii.-er : S. C. Wllde. lianker ; W. A.
LATrSMli It I.OIX1K N'. j. A.O. V. W.
Kork wood hull it Xo'cloCK. All transient broth
er arc re-ipHi-lfully lnvit-d attend. I..
I-:rsm. M. W. l K. liovd. l-'oremaii : S. V.
Wil.tr. Kuordt-r ; l.uon ird .Vu-lert a. verieer.
til IH.CIi M1.C, l-'.&A.M.
M-rt!" ill t!
i url anil ni.r i .Mon.iayi ia
pmi li tn-::ti; af ilieir hall. All ra isieut broth
er are eiT tiiiliv in ite'l to iu-e' with us.
.1. IS. Kkmxy. Y. M.
V;i. H ath. ,eri,,:iiy.
V.ii It A-iC A CIlirrK!! N. ;;. 11. A. M
-;:!. set'.nid till. I fiturtll l:'S.la. ot eaell
p:oi.;h at Ma.-ouV Hall. Traiisei nt brothers
ari ii:viled C-. itieel with us.
J-'. 1". WlIXTK, H. P.
Vm. IIavs. eeietary.
Z1 r. ZION lillMMA DAUV. NO. 5.
A'A.Meeta Hrst and third W ednesday night of
each month at Mso i's hall. Visiting brothers
are cordially iuvited to meet with us.
Wm. Hays, itee. F. E. Whitk. E. C.
COUNCIL NO. 1021. KOYAL HCAXUM
J meets the oeeond and fourth Mondays ol
acn month at Arcaaum Hall.
It. N. Ole.vn, Kegeu t.
P. C. Mi nob. Secretary.
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Kobt. II Windham
1st Vice Presideut A. B. Todd
Snd Vice l'resideut W in Neville
Secretary V. Uerrmaiin
Treasurer V. K. (Suthiuan
J. Klchev. K. E. White. J. C. ratterson,
J. A. Conner, li. Elon, C. W. Shennau, F. lior
der, J. V. weckbaeh.
MCCONIHIC POST 45 C. A. R.
J. VT. .lanxnos
Q. 8. Twins
F. A. BAT!
M al.on Dixon
.1 ACim I So KB'. KM AN".
, 1,'flieer of the Iay.
..Quarter Mas'er Sergt.
I., r.. vvuti...
e'lbvr -aturlav evening
m-.n you waHT
Cor. 12th and Granite Streets.
Contractor and Builder
Plenty of feed, floor,
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
The finest bedroom sets can be found
at 11. Bocck's.
Men's Working Suits
Men's Business Suits
Men's Best Made Suits
Men's Custom Made Suits
Clogoxit Ziino of
THE CHICAGO STRIKE.
The First Collision Betwaen the
Polic and Street Car Men.
Chicago, III., Oct. 7. The first colli
sion between the police ami the ptreet
car strikers occured about midnight at
the Larrabec street barns. Captain
Schanck and a company of his men nl
tcmpted to escoit faixtecu imported labor
era to the barn, when a number of striker
who had congregated bejan to cry"scab."
The enptaiu sprang from his buggy and
ordered the oHiecrs to clear the streets
The officers sprang up'n a little knot of
strikcrt with drawn ciubs and scattered
it in every direction. .Mayor Koclie lias
issued a proclamation requesting the
people of tlie city not to congtegnte
in the streets. An attempt to run the
north side cars tomorrow with new men
proclamation. The chief of police has
directed a contingent of police from
every station from t lie west and south
sides to report at G, tomorrow morning,
at Captain Shaack's station, on the north
side. The total number of police thus
will be several hundred. Fifty of the
men imported from Philadelphia turned
out to bo union men. They were taken
in hand by th ttrikvrs, and to-night
have been pledged not to work for the
north side company. Their return trans
portation will be furnished by the strik-
AVashtn-oton-, Oct. 8. Tli3
nati & St. Louts express which
Baltimore & Ohio station, this
10:45 Saturday night, collided
east bound freight train from
bun?. Y . Va.. near Dickeison. killinsr
three train men nnj ir'juring six others.
The killed are: William ll. Wiley, pos
tal clerk, of Fairmount. V. Va.; John
Caser. uostal clerk. Washington, and
George Uidenbaugh; bfakemnn, Herling.
Mil. Tiicir bodiis were brought to this
Kioth County Republicans.
OtSM.i.Ai.A. Nci., Ovt. i. At tac re
publican county convention held here
vesterd.iv G. F. Cole and E. S. Williams
were placed in nomination for county
commissioners; G. F. Copper for county
unerintendent and J. J. Ilalliaan for
countv attorney. F. O. Feltz, of this
place, has been selected by tho demo
cratic committeemen as their standard
bearer tor representation of this district
in ulacc of C. D. Essisr, who declined
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums nut ud bv Cheao John houses or
s 1 -
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction nt equal price? No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as BEGG'S BLOOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever bottle that
does not do its work will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
Blow ! Blow your horns,
We've not the slightest fear !
You cannot beat the Garlands
You blow a thousand years.
im For sale by Johnson Bitos,
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
auil ciMiiil. and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a littl; cold." atvl keep Siivit'.g their,
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down withting fever or con
sumption, when thev can be so easily re
lieved by BKGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
equals. For s.ile by O. P. Smith & Co.,
All parties desiring private sewerage
connection with the main sewer, can be
accommodated at any time, by address
ing Haulins & Sbilton, Peivir font rue
tors, P. O. box 1180. or by calling ot th
office, Murphy's store. lm
3Ea 0 C3
7.80 ' I
25 00 I
Boys', ToutUo, and Cfcttdrsxi's Overcoats. You misa it if yon don't buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, 3Tur-
nioning Goods; Z3oots and Shoos, ota, of
GREAT IS TODAY.
Out on a A-otid that's pone to woedt
Tho great tall corn Ui fetill btrong In bis seed;
Plant ber breast with laughter, put ong in your
The heart la still young io the mother soil;
There's sunshlueand bird song, and red and white
And iovo lives yet, world under and over.
The light's white as ever, bow and believe;
Clearer dew did not glisten round Adam and Eve,
Never bluer heavens uor greener sod
Since the round world rolled from the hand cf
There's a sun to go down, to como up aprain.
There are new moons to fill when tho old moons
ts wisdom dead since Plato 3 no more?
Who'll that babo be, in yon cottage doorf
While your Shakespeare, your Milton, takes his
place iu tho tomb.
Ills brother U stirring in the c-ood mother womb:
There's glancing of daisies and running of brooks,
Vy, life enough left to write in the books.
Tne world's not all wisdom, nor poems, nor flow
ers. Cut each day has tho came good twenty-four
The same light, tho same night) For your Jecobs,
They see tho Rachels at tho cna of the years:
There's waving of wheat, and the tall, strong corn.
And his heart blood is water, that sittetu forlorn.
John Vaueo Cheney in The Century.
Ihey Should Learn to IVori.
Ouo of tho common errors of rich parents
is tho failuro to teach their children how to
earn their own living, so that, should their
fortunes melt away, they would not be com
pelled to live on charity. It is by no means
an uncommon thing to see men and women,
who have been reared in luxury, living in
poverty, serving as waiters or in some capa
city where they can barely earn the necessa
ries of life. These persons have been "edu
cated," as generally understood, but they
well illustrate the need of practical instruc
tion. Possessing only book learning, when
thrown on their own resources, they are help
lew. It is gratifying to see n tendency in some
quarters towards a different course. A rich
lady in this city, whoso daughters speak va
rious languages, and have been otherwise
educated in the conventional way, recently
placed them iu the kitchen to receive practi
cal instruction in cooking nud housework.
Fortunately they submitted with good grace
and will soon make bread, broil steak and do
other such work. In another family the girls
are learning dressmaking. The late Charles
Crocker, the California millionaire, stated
lliat ho compelled all his sous to learn some
practical way of oarning their own living iu
case tho time should como when they might
have to do so.
It is best for the children of all parents,
rich and poor, that they should have such an
education. Many parents regret, when it Is
too late, that they did not follow this course.
In connection with this matter it is well to
bear in mind the great benefit that would
flow from a little more practical instructions
in schools. The 6tep taken in that direction
by the partial addition of manual training
should be followed up by still more radical
reforms. There is need of less "higher in
struction" and more practical training.
New York News.
Hoys isressed Luke Girls.
A little Philadelphia miss, who has
been traveling In northern Europe during
the summer with her mother, was much
amused at the way that prevails in Hol
land of dressing boys and girls under 8
years of age exactlv alike in full dark
skirts and bright bodices, Tho only way
to tell them apart is that the girls wear
plain caps, while the boys' caps are col
ored. Both wear the hair short, with
bangs, to that the face offers no hint as
to the ses of the child. Philadelphia
Tendency to Increased Luxury.
The tendency of the time is to increased
luxury. There will be more pretty little
adjuncts to the dressing ease thia year
than ever, louetsets have been growing
richer and richer every year. Last year
ivory backs to brushes, and ivory combs
were considered the proper things. This
year everything runs to oxidized silver
for combs aud brush and mirror backs. 1
suppose after awmle gold will be the
proper caper. J. A. XV. Fernow in Globe
Democrat. The Tli ird Class Passenger.
The third class passenerer Is becoming
more and more conspicuous In England.
According to a report of the Great North
ern railway for oue-half of the year, first
class passengers were 3 per cent, of the
traffic, second class 5 per cent, and third
class J1 per cent. Chicago Herald.
In Seventy Pays.
A postal card 6ent from London around
iiie world via Hong Kong and San Fran
cisco returned to its destination after a
tour of seventy days. This Is forty days
ess than the lime taken ten years ago.
Tho population of St. Petersburg has
im hushed by fco.000 hi the last seven
r . -
Woman In Morocco.
Woman i- a subject never mentioned in
Jlorocco. It would be a terrible breach of
etiquett to &k a tufin attr bis wn? or
...X" I"3E3EE: 13 J. ZF2. 3r
Child V Kilt Suitsfrom
Child's Suits from
Boys Suits from ,
Youths' Suits from
Tlio Ilrvrrse f-lde ;f War.
A boat- load of hohliers had f,'one to
place, in tho Damile, torpedo obstruc
tions, fur tho benefit,, or tho reverse, of
the Turkish ironclads, aud when they re
turned, ono of their number wus lifted
from tho boat, dead.
"lie was a line fellow," said some one
in the throng. As soon ns the drooping
head of the dead man becauio visible,
Ixtund with a blood stained white handker
chief, it heemcd exactly as though some
thing had stung me; for a moment I real
ized tho frightful reverse sido of war.
I beheld a fctrong, healthy man struck
down by a bullet, his pale faeo framed in
a black beard, his powerful hands hang
ing. I beheld standing around him his
comrades, as strong and healthy as he had
been. I glanced at their gloomy, swarthy
faces. 1 heard the sighs, tho remarks of
tho crowd which had assembled; in a
word, I beheld those details of war which
it is difficult to reproduce with tho pen.
Wonderful fact! I afterwards took part
in several great battles; I saw hundreds
of the slain, but this first man killed
whom I had beheld in tho midst of peace
ful surroundings, without cannon shots
and volleys of musketry, produced vnon
me a crush in r.' - I .
all those joyous dreams and tho charms I
which I had fancied I should perceive in
war, took their flight, and before my eyes
there flitted the hoad of Gorshkoff, bound
up in that white handkerchief, and with
its pallid, deathly lace. "At Homo and
To Tow Wheat to Europe.
A man in Duluth has an invention
which ho thinks will cheapen by a half
the cost of transporting grain aud lumber
from tho northwest to Europe. In his
idea there are suggestions of the Leary
raft, a canal boat, and a torpedo boat.
His plan is to make cig-ar shaped cylin
ders of steel, which are to bo loaded in
Duluth with grain, sealed up, taken in
tow through the lakes to Buffalo, through
tho Erie canul to Albany, down tho Hud
son, and over to Liverpool, without once
One of these shells is now on tho stocks
at Duluth, and if. will be sent to Liverpool
as soon as it is tested and the uecessary
contracts for t owing are made. It is likely,
though, that more than ono shell will bo
built beforo an experimental tiip across
the cean is made, as it would not be a
complete experinieut uor would it pay to
take over o:dy one fcbell. Ti:o f;lr Us'jue
mado ns large es tho locks of tho Ktlo ca
nal will permit. That is the limit to tho
Bizo of any ves-;c-l bound from Duluth to
New York. New York Sun.
B. St, M. Time
No, 2.-4 :33 p. in.
No. 4. 10 ::t0 a. ni.
No. C. 7 :13 p. in.
No. 10. 9 :45 a. ni,
NO. 1. 5 :10 a. 111.
No, 3. C :40 p, m.
No. 5. 6 :4" a. in.
No. 7.--7 p. til.
No. !."(! :17 p. ni.
No. 116 ;27 a. in.
All trains run dally by way of On aha, except
Nos. 7 and 8 which run to and from Schuyler
aany except Sunday.
No. ao is a stub to Pacific Junction at R.30a.m
No. 19 is a stub from Pacific Junction at lia.ui.
C3-- 33. KEMPSTEK,
Practical Piano anil Organ Tnner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at iioeck's
furniture store, Pluttsmouth, Nebraska.
CT. C, SOOXTE,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
John a. Da vies,
Attorneys - at - Law,
Office over Dank of Cass County.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebrask a
For "run-down." debilitated and overworked
women. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
the best of all restorative tonics. It it a potent
Specific for all those Chronio Weaknesses and
Plseaaea peculiar to Women ; a powerful, gen
eral as well aa uterine, tonio and nervine, it
Imparts vigor and strength to the whole system.
It promptly cures weakness of stomach, nausea,
indigestion, bloating', weak back, nervous pros
tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex.
It is carefully compounded by an experienced
physician, and adapted to woman's delicate
organization. Purely vegetable and perfectly
harmless in anv condition of the svstem.
tlon" ia the only medicine
for women, sold bv drufrwiets,
under a positive guar
antee of satisfaction in every case, or price
($1. 00) refunded. This guarantee has been
printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
carried out for many years.
For larRc. illustrated Treatise on Plseasea of
Women (100 pages, with full directions for
home-treatment), send ten cents in stamps.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical,
Association, &3 Main 'tree t, Buffalo, N. Y.
1.90 to 3.75
2.00 to 9.80
3.2$ to i0.90
4.00 to 15.00
Extciuls Thanks lo t lie I'tople ol
lty lor having- f-Jiown
by having called
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HE WILL SAVE
Destroyer of High Prices.
At Solomon l ITatliau's Old Stand.
HAS .V KCI.L LINK OF LADIES'
OFFERED AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
FLANNELS, YARNS, ETC,
Anl Everything kept in a First
A Full and Complete Stock of
!New Goodo Received
IE 3XT Si -
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black Worsted Overcoats
IMatlsinouth and vicin-
bo much kinliKsH
so numerou.sly at his
fTTu "3 Til
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