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I'LArrSJIOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, 3IAY 2i, 1889.
ThW p wilcr never variei A marvel of pur
t. strength and whileoiiieiic:9. Mop econo
Iiiic.il tnii Ilic ordinary kind, and cannot be
old in ei.iieiitin with the multitude of low
tft. sli 'if weiirlit id. mi or pho-in:i'e iwien.
S.t!i imhj in r aim. I'l.VAL KUvlXl 1'OWbKK
Co.. Wall t. . Y.
V. M. Hi' H K V
W li Fox
ilAMK- r.TTKK80N, JR.
II. C M-IIMIHT
1. 11. Dunk
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I : I;i:kkk ki i.
I lilt. A SHII'MAA
l M JON KM
)M ri M L'lt I'll V
I ClIA i. II MI'LK.
I J I) IMW.!.V,
t .1 W Johns is,t
Work?- i- iifi ;i'ir.K
I W II MCWKLL
W Johns n,Chaihman
Deputy i're;i.surer, -
Recorder ol Deeds
Clerk of District Coart,
I). A. CA M rvKLL
- FKANK IMCKSON
W. H. I'OUL
Jonx M. LKYDA
V. C. SHOW ALTER
II. ;. s--hmidt
- Matthew Ckuino
Kupt. OlPIlD SCUOiiH,
noAKD or ac
A.B.Todd. - -
Lor is Ki,tz.
A. B. Dl 'KsuN. Ch'iu.,
C AHSLODNk' N. I5. 1- -. F. -Meets
every Tuel.-iy evening of each week. All
tran?tr.t brothers ure reepecUully inviled to
11LATTM.Il? fll V. S CA M PM E NT Xi. 3.
O. K.. iii -eU every alternate Fridii
each mouth ;:i the M.isonic Hall. -Vis
Brother -tr j i ivile-l to attend.
No. 3. f. O.
1 i,T T - ill il 'T H lt:UK .C A. v. ."t A. 31.
M-,-t-ou t:i" fir-t and third Monday of
each mouth at th-ir hall. AH trtinsient liroth
er are cordially lni:cd to meet with ui.
nt, V . tilt. HIM, ! 111.
Wit. Hats. Secret ary.
CIAHS CAMP N0.3.T2. MODKBX WOODMEN
of nierica Meets second aud fourth Mon
ti ay evening at K. of I, hall. All transient
brother re reij-.n-Hfed to r.ieet with u. L. A,
Nweo-ner. Veaerahle Consul ; i. K, Nile
Worthy dv!ser; S. C. V tide. Banker ; W. A.
i'TKR. NO. 3. K. A. M.
Meet soroiul and fourth Tuesday of each
month at MusoiiV Hall. Traiisrient brothers
are iuvited to meet wiili us.
K. E. WlllTE, II. P.
Wm. ! v. Secretary.
mt. ZION COMM A x DA P.Y. NO. . K. T.
At Meet" first nud third Wednesday night of
each month at M icon's hall. Visiting brother
are cordially ir.vlied to meet wiih u.
WM. II ays. I t e. F. E. WltlTK. E. C
IILATTSMOU t"H I.OD;K SO. g. A. O. V. W.
Mct evrv alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood b ill at hoVIock. All transient broth
ers aw respe'-lfut'y invlud to attend. L. t.
Ijtrson. M. V. ; F. B v l. Foreman : 8. C.
Wilde. Heeoruer ; Looaurd Anderson. iversf er.
KIO LOIXili NO. hj. A. O. U. W. Meets
trrv .ltrn U Friday evening at K. of P.
Ull. Transient brothers are respectfully In
v ted to attend. V. P. Brown. Vaster Work
mrn;(i B. K- i:istr. F. -rem an ; V. H.Stelmker
overseer: W. if. MdlT, Financier; 1. V.
Iloitstwoub. Kecorder; F. J. Morgto. Receiv
er; wm. l r.h.in.;ut'le : Wm. Ludwig. Inside
tVatca : L. OU.en, Outside Watea.
Men's Custom Made Suits, -
Men's-lilack Imported Cork Screw
Men's Business Suits - - -Men's
Cheviat Suits -
EKUdHTS .EJim S3HWW3S, "FIHITUIHIEIS lUHD TfILiISESS,
EVERYTHING MUST GO IN THIS GREAT DISCOUNT SALE !
CAH'f MONKEY WITH STEWART.
Mloux. C'lly Men llullil Pou toon. and
then "Klvj" with the Colonel.
Ha Claims fha Right of
Parties in Sioux City have constructed
a pontoon bridge on their own hook, but
used Col. S. N. Stewart's pattern in build
ing. The result is stated in the follow
in";, clipped from Thursday's Sioux City
Col. 8. W. Stewart, of Philadelphia,
known by the Austrians as The River
King," arrived in Sioux City Monday.Tbe
colonel claims several inventions in con
nection with pontoon bridges, among
them the V-shaped draw, which is not
on the Sioux City bridge. After looking
the bridge over the colonel found E. C.
Palmer, secretary of tho Sioux City and
Nebraska Pontoon Bridge company, and
remarked to him:
"I heard you had built one of my
bridges, and I thoughtl would come and
see you. I hope you have plenty of funds
on hand, for my bill is large, and I would
like a settlement within twenty-four
The colonel and the members of the
bridge company wrestled with the
question of infringement and settlement
until yesterday, when an amicable udjust
nent was reached. How much the
doughty in venter was paid has not trat s
pired, but his eyes twinkled when he in
formed the reporter that he had brought
the company to terms.
Mr. Palmer was not very communica
tive as to the sum paid. He admitted that
a settlement had been made, and said
without any appearance of enthusiasm:
"I suppose it is all right that the inventor
should have reward. We have no liking
for a lawsuit, with its expense and uncsr
ta'nt'y." Speaking of another Jprojected
pontoon further up the stream, for which
no arrangement has been made with Col.
Stewart for the use of bis inventions, the
"Wait till they finish aud I'll make
them wish that theyhad never been born.
Messrs. Palmer and Mohn are nice men
and I let them off easy, but the next in
fringer I find I am going to crucifv."
A MEW BRIDGE COMPANY.
Yesterday the Northwestern Pontoon
Bridge Co. was formed in Sioux City. It
:s composed of S. N. Stewart, of Phila
delphia, and E. C. Palmer and J. M.
Moan, of Sioux City. Its object is to
build pontoon bridges on the Mississippi
and Missouri rivers and their tributaries.
It will contain all the late patents and
new inventions relating to pentoon
bridges known in the Unite4 Statpg.
Eight Mile Grove.
'Are you going to vote bonds!" is the
question asked by almost every individ
ual in this vicinitj, aqd '1 don't hardly
know;" will almost invariably be the
awnser. They don't seem to consider the
question from a buisiness stand-point,
but think how much nicer and more
convciennt our county buildings would
be near the center of the county than on
the border. They have'nt yet considerd
the natual advantages and superior qual
ities Plattamoqtl) ha? over the interior
cities and we want our county buildings
in a place that has some prospect for
Corn looks well but we fear one of it
vtvtt ti-n Try
can buy a Suit
Tills (Kreat HMscount Sale will only continue a short time longer.
FORMER PRICE. NOW.1
$25.00. 33 1 per cent off, $16.67.
20.00. " $13.35.
15.00. " $10.00.
S 10.00. ' $ 6.65.
looks better now than it will the 4th of
July if our boys do not meu.l their way
of cultivating it. We haye found with
what little expedience we have had in
corn raising that it will not pay to only
split the middle as we see some of our
cornfields. It is highly neccesary that
we work close to the corn row and throw
the dirt away from the tender plant the
first plowing and then throw it back the
second. I am only speaking of corn that
is put in with the planter.
Mr Krager lost a fine brood mare Sat
turday. It is supposed that she had the
colic This makes the third horse for Mr.
Krager within past few months ons being
a fine three year old which he had just
broke to work. The third was a suck
Strawberry season .is with us again but
we fear the cool evenings will check the
ripening of the delicioucs fruit.
We have two very accommodating
dentists here, they come right to your
own door and extract your teeth for you,
thereby you will save the expense of
traveling to some stationed dc-ntis.
"Mixed Pickles." J. B. Polk, than
whom a better or more popular omedian
does not tread the boards, opens at the
Walnut street theatre for Thanksgiving
week, in his comical creation of Jo
Pickle, the merry practical joker, in the
whimsical and satirical comedy, "Mixed
Pickles," a play which may rightfully
claim to be a perennial favorite. Happily
it bears no resemblance to the acrobatic
and variety absurdities which have for
?oma time passed current as comedies.
Mr. Polk rattles through his part with
rare abandon, spirit, d ish and humor,
giying as he goes along, some highly
artistic touches, notably that of changing
f omthe harutu-scaru n Joseph to'tbe sedate
Arthur, his facial expression being such
as only a well-trained actor, one of de
cided ability, coul I satisfactorily accom
plish. Polk has a company of reputa
tion and experience, and Miss Julia A.
Polk, the leading lady, sings exquisitely.
The Philadelphia Hjrald." Sacure
your tickets now, for it will be the last
theatrical performance at the opera house
until about September Is, so don't fail
to go to the opera house next Saturday
Elm wood Notes.
Mr. Wm. Smith and Mr, H. G. Bearda
ley are. happy fathers, sons having arri
ved at their homes on the 16th; nd Mr.
G. E. Surface is the happy father of a
girl baby, born the 23rd.
Elmwood is building a new two-story
Arohibald Bu3ter, of Otoe county, was.
visiting his son Wm. here this week. He
is 87, and says he is good for twenty
Uncle J. I Jones celebrated bis
eightieth birthday on the 20th. His fiist
vote was cast for Andrew Jaokson.
The Elmwood schools have just re
ceived a $30 set of tho International
Cyclopedia XV volumes. This is a work
wLich should be in every good school.
The proceeds of the school entertainment
of last term were used n its purchase,
The effect of using Hibbard-s Rheuma
tic Syrup is unlike all medicines contain
ing opiates or poisens, it being entirely
free from therg. Jt cures rheqmatism by
nnri f r: n er tVi VilonV Hnld hv "P fl
I Fricke St Co.
of Clothes for a
Men's " " -Men's
Men's Custom Made Pants
IPIatttamoadEaj EToturcioCsp. ILower ElaSca St.
The Nature of the W R. C. Enter
talnment at the Opera House-
The prospects for a beautiful day to
morrow to observe the sacred custom of
honoring the country's noblest dead are
very good. Business will be generally
suspended and the program of the day
carried out as published elsewhere in the
Herald. The W. It. C. have planned to
close the day with an appropriate enter
tainment in the opera house at 8 o'clock
in the evening. The Woman's Relief
Corps invariably prepares a program
for their entertainments which can be
highly appreciated and la worthy large
It will be interesting to many citizens
to know the design of this organization
of ladies and to whit jin'wo r.r M
earnings of their efforts. The oriijiz-i-tion
raises funds for the supporting of
widows and nurses, and to-morrow's en
tertainment is to raise money to distibute
locally by the W. R C, to be sent to the
headquarters to forward the building of
the home. Money cannot be spent to a
more charitable purpose, or where it will
bring better returns of thanks from
grateful hearts. The W. R C. invaria
bly g'ves splendid entertainments, which
merit all the admission foe charged. At
to-morrow's entertainment the Episcopal
c'loir w'll sing, there will be 'some fine
declamations and forty pret'y little chil
dren will decorate and dedicate a immu-
! meat to the unknown dead. The admis
sion will be 25 and 15 cents, and. chil
dren 10 cents.
Non-Partisan Convention Rates.
All persons purchasing tickets at all
points on the B. & M., Union Pacific,
Missouai Pacific, and F., E. & M. V.
railroads, to attend the non-partisan pro
hibition convention to be held at Lin
coln on June 5th, will be entitled to re
turn tickets at one-third of the regular
fare, by taking receipts of the local
agents for full fared paid to Lincoln, and
presenting the Fame to the convention
authorities. Persons attending the con
vention from points on other lines, should
also demand receipts for full fares paid
to Lincoln, as all lines are expected to
make the above rate.
Indications point to a great convention.
Notable speakers will be present. All
electors should attend who desire the ad
option of the prohibitory constitutional
amendment. The convention is NOT to
be held to organize a new party, or to
nominate candidates for office, but sole
ly to insure the adoption of prohibition.
C, A, Robbtxs,
J. M. Stewart,
C. A. Atkinson.
All who are to take part in the W,
I R. C. entertainment to-morrow night are
' requested to meet co night at the opera
house for rehearsal.
Rheumatism is cured by nibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup stacking at the seat; of
J the disease and restoring the kidneys and
J liver to healthy action. If taken a suffjei-
ent time to thourly eradicate such poi
son, it never fails. Sold by F. G. Fricke
The south trench for the foundation
of the Riley hotel is being dug. It will
be of sixteen inches of concrete and that
followed by foot foundation heayy
mere song? 33
FORMER PRICE. NOW.
$ 8.00. 33 per cent off, $ 5.36.
$ 6.00. " " $ 4.00.
$ 5.00. 5 3.34.
$ 7.00. ' " $ 4.65.
FOISE IT IS TO
NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY!
Complete in all departments. Handsome line
of .Xeopolitan and pattern
HATS. RIBBONS, PLUMES, COLLARS
CUFFS BELTS GLOVES
FUNS HANDKERCHIEFS SflSMR IBBON.
AVe cordially invite ladies to call and yet prices, we
can save yon money.
Moore & Studebaker.
One door west of Joes clotliinir store.
For Solid icinf.i.
Supply your home with Furniture that
is easy and comfortable. Boeck's Furni
ture Emporium is the place to buy chairs
hard bottom or plush, for office, home
and the parlor. Tables, Desks, Secre
taries, Baby Carriages. Beds, Dressers and
sUnds of every description. But keep
your victuals cool and healthy in an
Alaska Refrigemtor. IIknky Bceck.
Summer slippers ni cm nod's
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Heisel's mill, tf
Tho IVew How only $25.00 at
House and lotO;i R tchie place forsale
on easy payments; enquire at Joiimon
Bnos. Hardware store. tf
A O H. Attention !
There will be a meeting of the A. O. 1T.
in the G. A. R. hall Thursday evening,
May 30, at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
M. J. O'Reilly, President.
NO SMOKE OR SMELL
To ibe new COAL OIL, Steve
ugt recei vedat Jobnwon Brot.
Call and Nee them. They will
your ice cream with theliphtaisg freezer
sold by Johnson Bros.
Fifty Dollars in clean Cash
To he given away by C. E.
Weseott, the Ioss Clothier.
Each dollar's worth of goods
bought from our Elegant stock,
entitles the pin chaser to one chance
to draw this GRAND PRIZE.
Drawing takes place October
15th, 18-9. The money is on
Exhibition in on show window.
Our stock is complete. "We
carry only reliable good. Sell
at the lowest bottom figures have
strictly one price and no Monkey
business. C. E. "Wtsoorr,
The Boss Clothier.
U-ffi from inarkeal fsrlc? of
Childs' Suits - - -
Working Shirts 35 cents. Shirts and Drawers 35
Call and be convinced that what we say is true.
Thoroughly cleanso tho blood, which u the
fountain of health, by using Dr. Tierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery, and good direction, a
fair akin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health
and vltror will bo established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors,
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption,
to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poisou. Es
pecially baa It proven Its efileacy in curing"
Bait rheum or Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas,
Fever - sored, Hip-joint Disease, Hcrofuloue
Bores and Swelling, Enlarged Glands, Goi
tre or Thick Meek, and Latlng- Bore or
Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump
tion (which is Borofula of the Lunus), by Its
wonderful blood - purifying. Invigorating-,
and nutritive properties, if taken in tlmo.
For Weak LunifH, Hpltting- of J flood, Short
ness of breath. Catarrh In the Head, Ilron
chltis. Severe Coughs, Asthma, and kindred
affections. It la a sovereign remedy. It
promptly cures the severest Coughs.
For Torpid Liver, Uilloutmens. or "Liver
Complaint' Dyspepsia, and indigestion. It la
an uDequaled remedy. Bold by drujraista
Prloe 1.W, or six boitlea for $4.00.
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN TIIK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 20. 1885.
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st Vice President..
2nd Vice President.
...Itoht. IJ Windham
. A . 1!. Tortd
lr. K. (iuthciail
J. O. Iilchev. K. E. White, .1 C. PuttervoM,
J. A. I'onner. H. Klxon. C. W. Miieriiiau. bor
der, J. V. Vl eckbach.
.1c30NIH:E POST 45 G. A. R.
H. A. Dicktov ,
3. CAitiiHJAX Junior "
J :. N I Lies
A. Shii'ma ?r ,
a . Ta ksch
Ayr.Eiisov 0. KuvV.
'.i. '. Ccans
Oflicerof the Day.
.Quarter Ma.vcr Senri.
'eeMnir Saturday eveiii
I r. spectfnlly request all parlies in
debted to me to cali and settle their ac
counts before June 1st.
Alfred SuirMAx M. D.
Drink Champaign Mist. Delicious,
Cool and Refreshing. For salo by E. W.
Cook at Smith & Black's old stand, tf
FORMER PJirCE. . NOW.
- S 3.50. 33?, per cent off. S 2.34.
cts. Overalls 2oc.
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