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PLiATTSMOUTU, XEIJUASKA, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOI5EK 22, 1SSS.
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THl ACTION OF TH K SIOUX.
souri undoubedly ho would have vetoed
, it. The stent of Turncr'a success in e-
Duo to tho Influence of Chiefs Call I curi:iIr its approval U now ma.le known.
una o,ii.nK duii- , , , .i..v,.i,1(i tl.:.f
unless he signed the hill, J. Milton Tur
ner, us ii leader of Ilia Colored luce,
- I'epuiy Ireaiurer,
Clnrk of IM-Mict Co irt.
huft. i School .
hoakd ok an-Kivis.i:s.
A. IS. Toon, Cli'm., - - J-lP.UsiiM.utli
l.oi'H F-iit .. - Vw!j)iii4 Wnli-r
A. II. II KrtOX. - tf.mwooU
I). A. CAMI'KKU
Hii:i t urn hhki-u
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Al I.K.N liKKKON
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I.Ui'. No. ll!'. I ' H. -Meets
every T'iihimIuv oveiiUK "I evil ''. ek. All
transient brother are re-peetfully iui:e: to
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iL.vriMourii km: auiwikn r No. n. i.o.
Why They Rejected the Treaty.
Washington, 1). C. Oct. 22. I is no
ticed duting the conference between the
Sioux Indians and Secretary Villas lmt
week that while Utile 'Wounded, Gray
Eagle, nud a half doen other prominent
chiefs had KUgCht:oiis to make, and that
they interpolated remarks from time to
time duriug tho translation of Secretary
Villa' pioposal, Cziiefs Sitting Bull and
Gull Hat in apparent indifference in the
rear of the room with their backs against
the walls. They nppearod throughout
the pow-wow to have the least possible
interest in the proceedings. Yet these
two men did nrre than all the rest to
gether towards securing the rejection of
Secretary Villas' proposals. In fact, 't
is stated, now that the Indians have left.
that but for the opposition of these two
wary old wariiirs the majority would
have acquiesced in the proposals, and
that, insteed of a failure, their visit
would have been a success. (Jail and
Sitting Hull understand that the accept
ance of the Sioux bill means the aboli
tion of the power and the breaking up of
would at once renounce Democracy and
carry with him into the Republican camp
some 40,000 colored Democrats from the
doubtful Stutc3. The i rgument was
most convincing and the. President yield
ed. He stipulated, however, that Turner
should make an active canvass among
the colored voter. in the doubtful States
until election. The bill is n'w signed,
and Mr. Turner Iris gone on his mission
as y v s '
Wo I O 5 ca 5
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22. The last ' !
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decided in- j o o
The Yellow Fever.
Jacksonvii.t.f., Fla., Oct
two days nave witnessed a
crease in the number of new cases, und
today the death record is not vtry en
couraging. Dr. Xeal Mitchell, president
of the board or health, reports 2i new
cases up to 0 p. m today; deaths, 4;
total cases to date, :J,7!)tr total deaths,
it iiK'-.-K i-frv ait'r' lie Ki'iliv III
-.ieli iiiimii'.i in ili" M.i-..ni.r n.ii!. Vim: me j the tribd rel ttions of this powerful na-llr.tli-rH
ire iuvileil in altfii.l. ., ...
I tiou of reil men. l ioin the nm their m-
1UU UHUiK X . si. A. O. li. w -M.-.-ts , ,,.
vrv alf.-rni- 1- .-i l.iV evenmii ;it K. ol r. iiutuic u.n i.-.hi hiihimiuii-
!!:..!'' 'ws,s realized from the outset
1". I', r.ro.vn. l-'oreivan ; ;. 15. vcm-.T. Ov-r-ft-er
: It. A. Tailt. 1'" luun ifr ; ;. K. llmlfe
wirs:i. iii'i i.tili-r ; M. Miilii(iht. K-fiivei ;
I. II Sn;it!i. I'ai-t M. W. : 1. N . Howtii, liuitlc ;
y. J. !uu.. liis:ile waii'ii.
that more was to be feared from Sitting
Hull nud Gall than from all the others
put together. The election of the In-
1 Sliliia viicfti'.l-it ltIttrra a final w- r
Jl.S.H CV.MI Sli.3...", MOIIKUN WODllMKN J'"""""; " "
ot America Mi:ts!ecoii. ana f.iui r.i Mon- . goti itions under the act known as the
.1ay vei.i..(; ut K. o l hall. All transient
inollicrf ar! riMjriesieti it iie-f. huh u-, i,. ... . jjjiwes uui, ami li is noi iiKtjy iiiai uny
Nawii.r. VoiiraMe !oi,sil : i. K. ,'.r-, i ,,,....,.,.. . ,
Worihy .ll.-'or; 8. V. Wthlo, la:ikei ; W. A.
I.ATTS.IOIJril LOIIliK SO. s, A. I). V. V.
- Meet evi-ry alt-rr.ate Kii'lay eveiiins; at
Kockvvood tiiillal so'ciocK, AH :r.insiiMit Itrulli
r it aie retpeetfnily invilel lo attuiei. L. S.
I.nri:j, M. V. i V. IIy i. Kor-ms;n : S. O.
Willie, Iti'cr.ler ; I.o manl Aiil-rH-iti. overseer.
iH.ATIsMOlJTU I .DUCK X. A. V. Jb A. M.
Mn ti mi Hi" lir-t ami ilnr.l Momiays of
raeli mon! i At I li-ir hall. Ail tran-iiett hroth
ers are corJi.tUy ln ilcl tu meet Willi us.
J. Kii.-iikv, V. M.
Wm. II ts. s,..-reiar
VE!'i;K ell I'TKlt NO. :, It. A. M.
.M-i-ii .-euin! ;::nl f.e.irili Tiiesilat f a,li
R.i.i.riT ::I M:iihV Hiill. 'IViiiii..! :it protliers
. isviteii l iii.it viVl lis.
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V-. ZI?N l.'ilMM V IdKV. Xti. S. K. l.
JX ftil an:l :!nrl 'Ve:l:n -"l ly ni'nt of
fH' Ii hi it!i ;. M ti 's li:ill. V::i hr-.l!ier
itre cr.li:illy n.vii, l tv inc 'vi.li in.
A M. Mavs, litre i". V.. ii i i fi.
i iasS!' .:;vcl
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Proposals for the construction of san
itary sewer in dist. No. 2. l'lattsmouth.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Chairman of the Hoard of Public Works
ut his ollice in said city until noon, No
vember, tfth, for the construction of an
eight-inch sanitary sewer pipe in district
No- 2, ns follows: Commencing near the
east end of the alle' in block No. 20,
thence M-cst in alley to a connection with
the 15 inch pipe sewer in Fifth street.
To be done according to plans and
specifications on file in the office of the
lioard of Public Works. The aggregate
estimate of the cost of said work is
Dids must be made on blanks furnish
ed by the Chairman of the Hoard, 'and
must be accompanied by a certified check
on a "local bank in the sum of $100, as
an evidence of good faith.
and contract let
ard reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. W. Johnson,
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tfizvUuJ -sturJHy eveains
orn'orof the Way.
.Quarter Master Sergf.
HEALTH SS WEALTH!
jz V I ,,..c.vyf
lr. K. . s's Very ami Hrain Treatmpni
guarantee Kjiecirtc for Hysteria Dizziness
CavuUins. Fi'j. Nervous ei:ra)tfla. Head
aelie. Nervcou rrostrytioii oaused ly tli-usc
of a'.eohol ortoliaceo. Wakefulness. ier.tal De
priion, SoftfMiliijj f t he Hrain resultinti in in
g;i!iitv ai-t leading t misery, deray Mid death,
reniaiure dd Age. Harrecness, Loss of Pow
er In lt:it-r si x. liiViduntary Issues and Sper-nr-tt
rrhir cuused hy over-exertion of the
brain, selialnwe ir over-te.iiidijence Kaeh bos
toiitidus one moetli's treatiiii'iu, 1 im a box
orsii boxes for o.w, sent by mail prepaid or
retdpt of iniee
GUAHAMIE SIX BOXES
To cure aiiv ease With ea'di order received
by im ! ' s! boxe.i. econi;aued wltti $5.00.
we will end ti e purchaser our written Kuaran
tei to tetiirn the iruiey if the treatment doe;
not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only by
Will J. Warrick sole a ut. Flattsmoutn, Neb
thing further will be done for some time
to conjc towards the opening of the Sioux
reservation, as secretary Villas is deter
mined not to depart one iota from the
premises laid down by him when he in- J
formed the Ind.ans that they must sig- rMs w;u ,)0 pf,nfttl
nify their willingness t'j accept as indi- . on samft day. The Ho
viduals before returning to their people.
A Terrible Catastrophe.
HoorEK, Neb., Oct 21. A terrible ac
cident occred. at tlia place lust night
by which three persons were killed and
twe were seriously injured.
About 10 o'clock p. tn. Henry SchafFer,
living four miles west of town, started
for hotii'. Accompanying him in the
wagon was his stepson D ivid Minnick,
his sons Percival nnd Henry Schaffer,
his son 1) iiiiel Si hai'tt'r. l-ltumas line and
a Air. Ji.-nig. As thr.y drove to tho
Elkhnrn road a stock train was approach
ing from the west at a high rate of spejd.
It seems that the occupants did not see
the train until it wa- upon them. Just
before the engine strufk them the
mule teair: thev were driving tarred
down the track in tho same direction
that the train was going. The engine
struck them, killing Henry SeLaf
fer, sr., lJavid Mjuuick; arid ' Percival
Schnfrer, and injuring Thomas IVe and
Leri'g. lioth lie in a precarious condition,
with some cbancc3 of recovery. Henry
Schaffer. jr. escaped, after being thrown
about forty feet away. One of t!",e
mules was killed. The coroner' ;:i-nest
was held today and 4 verdict rendered
censuring the the train crew' for running
at too high & rate of speed and not
giving proper signals. One thing
noticeable was that eich of the victims
Tits killed by being struck iu the head.
Turner "Bluffs"- Cleveland.
Wasiiixgtox, D. C, Oct. 22. One of
President Cleveland's last official acts be
fore the adjournment of Congress was to
fulfill his agreement with J. Milton Tur
ner. The bill to pay the Cherokee freed
inen $75,000 received the Presinent's offi
cial signature and became a law as he
had promised J. Milton Turner on last
Wednesday. The colored apostle of
Democracy left on Thursday, according
to agreement with the President, to take
part in the campaign. The President
waa opposed to the bill, and had it not
been for tha dusky statesman from Mis-
WH AT ON EARTH
Is tho reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put tip by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rat I km than take a medicine of world
wide reputu'ition and one that is giving
universal siti.-fuction t c;jual price? No
medicjjic in world is giving such un
paraiieled satisfaction for puiifving the
hiood as HKOIVS IU-OOD PURIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever buttle that
di es not do its woik will cost you noth
ing. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
I . gSgSSsy
Blow ! Blow your horns,
We've not the sHg'.ite-t fear !
"i'oyi cannot beat the Garlands if
Vou blow a thousand yer.rs.
lm For sale by Jotisox Bkos.
A MAN f 0 TO DEATH !
Because he had no Garland Stove.
Buy one of JonNsox Bnos. sept22-dlm.
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the world is the re"- '
will conji k.c-K c.oughiug and still
fcCji iryinpt inferior medicines when
BEUGS1 CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
Tliiii is no advertising scheme, but au
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co., druggists.
U. B. Wimhiam, John A. Davikh,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
H I.Vltll.UIA KAVIKN,
IttoriiGys - at - Law.
Office over I'.aiik rf Cai-.s I'l imiy.
Pl.ATTPMOt'TH, - - NlCISKASKA
MANUKACTl'ItKIt OK AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor do Popperborgo' end 'Duds
FCLL LINE OF
iUliAUl-U AJNIJ S-MUivt-ltb ARTICLES
always ia stock. Nov. 2G.
n m n v
ij liAi. 'irfe J &
Will havo a very intorcsting Hand Bill out Saturday
tho 23tr)f Full of Truth.
1 Fir II
Ami Kral it Oai-efiillv and
Thoroufflilv clcanso the blood, which is the
fountain of health, by using: Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery, and good digestion, a
Jalr skin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health
dod vigor will be established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors,
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption,
to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poison. Es
pecially has it proven its efficacy in curing
Salt-rheum or Tetter, Eczema, ryslelas.
Fever-sores. Hip -joint Disease. Scrofulous
Sores and Swellings, Enlnrpred Glands, Goi
tre or Thick Keck, and Eating Bores ox
Golden Medical Discovery cure Consump,
tion (which is Scrofula of the Lunirs), by its
M'ondenui ' blood - purifying', invigorating.
nd nutritive properties, if taken in time.
For Weak Ludot, Spitting- of Blood, Short
ness of Breath, Catarrh in tho Head, Bron
chitis, Severe Coughs, Asthma, and kindred
affections, it is a 60vereign remedy. It
iirbmptly cures the severest Coughs.
For Torpid Liver, biliousness, or "Liver
Complaint, Dyspepsia, and indigestion, it is
n unequaled remedy. Sold by druggist,
notice f l.oo, or six bottles for $5.00.
Vou Will Profit Thereby-
.JOE wants al-out 1,0iM) l-s in n,t ,f Ihk Simi
temoon at 4 O'clock
An; ovcrv oiif f-ltall rt'ct-ivc :i nice Ca'.iiiiain Whittle.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and strain
and cough and calmly say ; "Oh! it is
only a little cold," and keep giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when thev can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS' " CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
equals. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
For rent house of four rooms, one
block from High School. Inquire at
this ollice. tf
II. Boeck's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the city.
Send your job work to the IIeuald
Dont go to Omaha when vc- -iV.D
to get your beaM-p-y "d
roo,n.;'c.s out go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where ou can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful and comfort
able; and above all youcaugetit cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
P.y virtue of an execut ion issued by W. C.
Showslt-r. clerk of the district court, within
and for t'as eouisty. Nebraska and To me di
rected. I will .m l In 301 h day of November, a.
D. Ji-KS, at '' o'clock p. Hi., of s;tM rt:iy. at the
residence of S:;iiiuel L. Tho'eas. iu l'lattsmouth
Precinct, in said county, sell at public auct ua
the following person;! "property. M'-'.vit :
The undivdei out-!:a f interes- in two bull,
and t'liMimlivideil one-eventli inte:-e.-f in eitrlir,
cows, five steers one to two ywnrs Id, eight
calves, one ball one year old, abd tv.o oue-yca:'
The Fame beinc levied upon and taken a-s
the property of Thomas J. Thomas. defendant ;
to oatisfv a iu!rniert of s:i d court recovered
by George E. Dovey, plaintiff, against said de
feiKiant. l'lattsmouth. Neb., Oct. 22nd. A l. lo-.
oJ 2 J. I.:. hlKKMUIIV.
Siiflitf Cass County, Neb.
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Plattsmouth Street Railway Time! p. m. from wes-t end of line.
Table. j Fkank Cahki.tii. Pres.
i.kave vallery place O. II. B.w.i.ot;, M'n'g Director.
6:15 a. m., 8:20 a. m., 0:30 a. m., 11:40 j Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 8, 1S8S.
a. m., la:4U p. in., j:.'u p. m., .:-ii p. in. j
B. &. M. Time Table.
LEAVE VTII AND VINE 6TKEETS
FOR SAI,i: TO FEEDK11S ! J 7:30 a. m., 8:50 a. m., 10.15 a. m., 12:05
Steers and Heifers,
One. Two and Three years old, near Kiowa,
Kansas : suitable for Feeding or Koiijr'.n ns?.
-A-lrao Stools. C3o."tt3-o.
Will eel! on time to part'.'s making first-clas
pan- r ; a1!ress :
R. V. (HilMK-i, Kiowa. Ka., or
W. Ii. GKl.MK.s, Kanea- City, Mo.
No. 1. 5 :1' a tn.
Mo, 3. li :4l p, ni.
p. ni., 1:30 p. m. 4:30 p. m., 0:10 p. m., ! 2 L' ,"'"
No, 2 4 p. in.
N. ! " a. ni.
No. :. 7 p. in.
No. 10. a :15 a. in.
6:50 a. m., for switch, rcturninj: to 7th i No.n -c :i7 p.
, ' . i No- 11-6:27 a. i
ana v inc ai i.iu a. in. j All trai:) run daily by wav of Onihha. except
One fare (five cents) will be charged ! "except "'"'" !T" Bchuy'r
for round trip, leaving Seventh and j x. i is tiibtoVaeiflc.liiiietioii at k .vih.ih
ine at 1:30 p. m. and returning at 3:20 ' No. 19 Is a tib from r-ucific Junetion at lia.ui.
Men's "Working1 Suits
Men's Business Suits
Men's Best Made Suits
Men's Custom Made Suits
4.05 1 Child'fe Kilt Suitsfrom
7.80 I Child's Suits from
10.00 I Boys' Suits from
25.00 I Youths' Suits from
1.90 to 3.75
2.00 to 0.80
3.25 to lO.OO
4.00 to 15.00
Men's Nobby Check Overcoats
Men's Fur Beaver Overcoats -Men's
Black "Worsted Overcoats
An Slaat Lin of Boys', ?ou.tb.s' and Children's Overcoats. "2"ou miss it if youdon't buy your Olcthing, Hats, Caps, Fur
nishing Goods, Boots and Shoos, etc., of
EL80f, - The - One Price - Clothier, - Plattsmouth
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