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PLATTSMOUTH. NBUItASKA. MONDAY EVKVINO. FKKItUAHY 2.'. 1891.
of iili in Leavening Tower.
A nice Child' Suit at $1.00 at JOE'S, tf j
Don't forget the tuuniel ali w of I lie j
season at the opera house ttniLht. j
Save mon'y ami pet t!e In st selection
and cheapest wall puper at Uei'ng t Co. 1
Tliat extensive line of nectack-s u
auit eTcry eye i to be found only at
r The best RpeHtxdes in the
old by Geriug & Co. They
the fit or nionev refunded
Jim Yanda, ihe tuba player in the lio
hemiun band. received at the linn Is of
J. P. Young Saturday a very fin- bs
horn of the latest pattern.
Go to JOE and lay in your supply for
next year. It will pny you good m tr
eat at the prices ho is closing out his
Fine is money then go to Oering &
Co s to buy wall paper. eod wtf
Union is booming for a canning facto
ry. If they will consult Fred Gorder or
Prank Guthiuan tuey cau bay one vtry
No old chestnuts or rubbish at JOE'S.
Everything of the latest style and at be
low C06t, tf
Miss Mcllie Tucker,
millinery a specialty,
Rooms over Her
Now is four chauce, and such a chance
you will have but uiic iu a life time, to
b Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats,
ttX, at slaughtering prices at JOE'S.
The entire stock must bo sold out as
quick as possible. tf
We want everybody in the county to
sea our stock of wail paper before uui
chasing. d wtf.
A genuine Stetson f 4.00 Hat at $2 75
at JOE'S. tf
Pat Ilooney, the accomplished and
versatile commediau arrived in the city
t lis morning with hi company. The
opera house should be crowded tonight
as a rare treat Ls in store for theatre no
era. When you are in Lincoln, call on W,
C. Austin & C., in McBride block, cor
ner of Twelvth and P striets, for Have
lock and University property. f
JOE has not "bursted." Joe never
j has failed, for he believes there is an
I honest living for everybody, but owing
! to Dissolution of Partnership, Joe is rom
!' pelled to close put bis nice and clean
U stock, regardless of cost. tf
For glassware, .queensware and the
bMt and freshest, giocerie go to Phillip
Kraus. where you will find everything
you want for your table. tf.
Tie largest and most complete and
cheapest Ptockof wall paper, paint and
oil in the county at Gering & Co's. eod.
Oa and after March 1st all notes and
il book accounts due me will be ia the
!'i hands of an attorney for collective. No
exceptions. 3t U. V. Mathjcws.
j A good pair of shoe at $1
To Nervous Debilitated Men.
If you will send ua your address, we
will mail you ,oar illustrated pamphlet
Unplaininfi all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
'jZlectro-Voltiac Blt and vpplianoea. and
hix charaiog effects upon the ncrvioas
debilitated system, and how they will
! (uickly rer ore yo to via: or and ao
100d. Pamphlet free. If yon re tbo
(dieted wr will send you a belt and ap
!,4iancea on a trial.
i Toltiic Bkmp Co. Marshall, Nick.
& For Sate.
A good farm one-fourth mile from the
ijjwn of Murray, on tbe M. P. R. R.
hleaty of timber and' water. Good.
irchard.'830 bearing trees. Plattamouth,
Jeb. Feb, 9tn, 1891. wtf
jl - R. W. HiKas.
'; : Tea can not form an idea what it is to
111 Clothing, eta. at and below cost an-
i you iook luroaga oiii r
It is only with regret JOE has to sell
it his entire . stock, , . f or he has done
r .satisfactory and irocceasfal Imaiaeaa,
. i 1 ii(ssainriAn rur?fiMA .it ik ann niH I r
I tVeia: rT.Winexrn ViAT Ailutll lAlXL I C&h.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Pat Roonoy, Pat ll oney, tonight.
Clayton Ilarb'T of Lincoln was in the
cily over Sunday.
Thoa. Wiles accompanied Elder Iteid
to Oiiiah 1 this morning.
Walter White was aa Omaha boucd
passenger this morning.
John Kdmunds the Murray merchant
made a business trip to the metropolis
Mrs- Maiden, of Ashland, was the
iuest of her si.-ter, Mrs J. A. Connor ov
Nelson Jean and wife came in this
morning from a pleasant with Mr. Jean's
bi other at Silver City, Iowa.
J. E. Riley the genial owner of the
Riley Hotel was in the city last evening
and returned home this morning.
Mrs. B. F. Diffenbacher returned to
Lincoln this morning after a pleasant
visit with Mr. and. Mrs. B. S. Ramsey. ;
Senator Thomas stcnt 8unday with
rela ires at Hillsdale Iowa and re
turned to his legislature duties this morn
ing. J. P. Antill, the confectioner, is going
to open up a big candy store iu the old
Stadelman house at the corner of Sixth
and Pearl stceta.
Dr. SchiMknecht is on the street today
for tbe first time in two weeks. His le
gion of friends are glad to see him able
to be out again.
Col Higgins; of Omaha, was in the
city yesterday looking over the
plans for the new court house prepar
atory to ia-.:.;r.i a b- tj t?e jlunidin;r
Walter Miller, better known as shorty 1
is moving today with his family to Oma
ha where be has permanent employmcn
as an engineer. Their many Platts
mouth friends ar sorry to see them go
Come and see the difference betwet n
cash and credit prices. EUon, the cash
The county Treasurer and Recorder
are moving into tbe Bank of Cass county
basement this week.
You ought to see the fine Belle Flow
er apples which Major McCourt has just
received from the Caliinua.
- It will not be our aim to see how much
profit we 'can make, but to sell good
cooda for a tmall margin for cash, El
ton the csh clothier, tf
Conrad Schlater is in the eity and says
the Louisville people. are up at Lincoln
in force today after the girls reform
school, which it . ia thought will b
located at Louisville or Geneva.
II. Guy Livisgston Esq., the tax col
lector, sold fl25 worth of empty cans at
auction Saturday to collect the taxes due
from the cann ng company for the pa6t
two years. Fred Gorder was the pur
Judge Ramsey baa issued 217 mar
riage licenses to date, and of this number
only one baa been issued to a colored
couple, that being issued on Saturday
la?t to Mr. Pearle Frasspton and Miss
Helen Smith, both of Plattucontb.
The Great American Desert tomorrow
(Tuesday) evening. Feb. 24. at Mrs.
Henry Cooper's, on Locust street between
Seventh and Eighth. Everybody invited
come one. come all, and sea the fun.
Don't forget time and place. - See Aid
Elder Wood is having the sand hauled
today for the new South Park Taberna
cl . If some of tbe erher church people
woold emulate the zeal - and. enterprise
of Brother Wood and his flock, we
might have more respectable places of
worship tbaa what we bare got.
This hot sunshine of today makes
Heury MeMaken the liveliest man in tbe
county, lis has contract calling for
80 tons of ice, and with present facilities
be can only gct ,out- 20 tons, per day.
This summer weather will shorten the
ice harvest with unusual rapidity.
From this - day ". forward, Eleon, the
one price .dt bier will only sell
County Seat Reflections.
Gentle reader don't forget that the
ftllows liki' Ike Pollxrd, who have in
stinted the people of Louisvi'l to take
up 1 he worn out county seat fiht, do
not liHve half as much interest in remov
ing the county seat as they have in de
feating the erection of a court house.
Plnttsmouth is much more convenient
for Pollard, Todd & Co., than Louis
ville It is not tde county seat those
fellows are after half so much as the de
teat of the S80.000 bonds voted to build
the court house. Pollard. Todd & Co.
kuovv full well that the bonds cannot be
ifed to build couuty buildings at Louis
ville and it is tbe defeat of the b uds
they desire. Iu other wordn, those fel
lows would vote ugaint-t anything that
would ad'l a tint taxes upon their
broad acrts. They nro fill rich, aDd rich
mon do uol like to pay taxe?.
With more than one-third of the pop
ulation of the county within the cor
pcrate limits of Plattsmouth City; with
more than one-hulf of the legal voters in
the county within a radius of eight
miles of Plattsmouth; common sense
would suggest to the electors of tde
county that the Weeping Water and
Louirtyille papers know full well that the
present county seat agitation is a hum
bug, a sham, and a delusion,
The press of Plattsmouth, and our
people, have no ill feeling aga'nst the
good people of Louisville. Those peo
ple know Plattsmouth is a fit and proper
place for the county seat and always
voted heavily for Plattsmouth as against
Weeping Water. Now, if they have
been humbugged by Ike Pollard & Co,,
into believing that Weeping Water wants
Louisville to have the county seat, we
have no objections.
We have a distinct reccollec'ion of
the Rev. (?) Mayfield visiting Platts
mouth bi-ennially when a county seat
contest was brewing, on his mission for
money to keep the Louisville fellows
from voting for Louisville. Now that
elegant apostle of morals ia shouting
fraud at Plattsmouth in his elegant and
choice Hindoo. We violate no conn
dance when we say the people of Louis
ville know him.
Not striking a name from the late la
mented petition asking for a special
election for the puipose of voting on the
question of the re-location of the county
scat of Cass county, and adding thereto
the names of seventy-five additional
signers, sent in to the county clerk nearly
forty days after the petition had been
filed and submitted to the county board,
the petition did not contain the requisite
three-fifths of the votes cast at the last
general election; and to haye granted the
request of the petitioners would haye
been a flagrant violation of law; yet, tbe
county commissioners are called knaves
and rascals for not calling the election.
When the county board denied the
prayer of the petitioners fur an election
to re-locate the county seat, Mr. Wooley,
their attorney, took voluminous excep
tions, and gave notice before tbe board,
and iu the highways and byways, of an
appeal from their decision to the courts.
Everybody, almost, then knew that the
appeal notice was mere bluff; even Gov.
Todd saw through that and admitted
that tbe county commissioners were
right in their action. Yet, the Gov's
alliance paper at Weeping Water is en
gaged in the elegant business of abus
ing good men and official, who have
simply ione their duty as honest men
should do. e .
r. xiirocJi is - gT"K up ma (juiibcn
under tbe Bank of Cass County . t-
day. lie moves into., the -. Tarruth, base
ment nnder Mayer Bros, stare,' :r - . .
The pot.& office is' closed today, except
froaa 11:30 tol and front. 5:30 to 6:30,
on account af Washington' birthday,
which occurred, yetterday. Tbe Father
of Ills Coantry would be jost. 148.-years
Id. yesterday lf.be wer(s-' alive.;,
Patti - Rosa baa been secured by J. P.
Young fur -a date .in march to. appear at
the. Waterman.. This, .will be the event
of r the rest of th dramatic season as
the New. York. Symphony Clubj March
10,. will be the event of the music&i.sea-
aov :! :. : '
We under tar d that any loyal woman
of good character, ' whose loyalty has not
been rof the) tempery kind,. is eligible, to
membership ia tbe the relief corpe. The
Baembere aeera io hare, come - out of their
4iunauen thoroughly nivted,,a4 vbent
The Opera Hou9e Management
Editor Herald Pleaxu give tin? fol
lowing a place in th-. columns of your
To 1 he citizens and opera house pa
trons: Since I have t en bu-iness inim
ager of the Wa'ermati opera house, 1
have alw:iys tried to secure the best at
tirtc tiouH possible, warranted by the pa
tronage, io come lien. It u true. s"ine- ;
times I hnve. been deceived in the elars
of attraction:, not heiiig v!iat they rep
resented themselves to be; but I can say
with a clear conscience, that I nevtr
b oked or a lyertised a company of an
immoral nature, or one that was not tit
for ladies to go and see. It is true there
had been a great deal of talk agiinstthe
Duncan Clark Company, which played
at the opera house Friday night, and the
ladies were afraid t go, especially after
the publishing of the article in Friday
nitilit'r) Journal, saying, "The Dizzy
Blonde Minstrel Company tonight will
doubtless have an audience of bald
heads. This article was entirely un
called for as the writer had no personal
knowledge of the performance to I e
fiiveo. I had the assurance of opira
house managers where the company
played that the performance was a food.
clean show, one that any lady could go
and see without being offended; nnd of
this fact I assured myself before 1 booked
I am authorized by Mr. Waterman to
inform tbe patrons of the house that the
performance Friday night .was a clean,
chaste and moral one, and nothing was
said or done that any lady could have
objected to; and that he Tfill not allow
any immoral performance in his house.
Mr. Clark says he has been on the road
ten years with this company and if it had
been an immoral one he could not play
ten days before he would have been
stopped by the authorities.
Iii conclusion I will say that the
attractions coming are all strictly first
class. Pat Rooney, this evening, will
give a performance to please alt. Then
comes Effie Eilsler, the New York Sym
phony Club, and Patta Rosa all of
which are worthy of crowed houses.
I am Yours Truly,
J. P. Young.
A noted Qjisy fortuuc i.e!lc jjtfiuin
the east is at the Perkins House, ibis
city. "Past, present and future all told
by tbe hand. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money returned. Enquire for Mrs
Bos well. tf
Persons wishing to make investments
with best ret urns or to borrow money on
real estate will find it to thir advan
tage to call on Mr. Thos. Pollock aDd
investigate the plan of the Proyident
Savings, Loan & Building Association
of Omaha. A large amount of stock has
been taken and a number of loans msde
in this city, to the satisfaction of all.
This is a home institution and books are
ouen to the iuvestication of all. The
many beneficial points seen iu our plan
will commend themselves to all. Call
and see us and be convinced.
40-lw Jas. Pettke. Oen'l Agt.
Office under Bank of Cass County,
second door from Main street, on Fifth.
Mrs. Spuriock and Mrs. M. M. Rich
ardson are getting up a box of clothing
etc. which they will send to the ministers
in the drouth district. It turns out that
the ministers, who by the nature of
things are compelled to live upon the
charity of ttieir congregations, are the
most destitute of any class to be found
in the west. The supplies heretofore
sent have not reached these people,
therefore an especial effort should be
made to make them comfortable. ' What
ever you have to send,. f you will .leave
it at the residence of . Mra. Spuriock- on
Pearl street no trouble will be spared to
aee that only needy ministers .are tbe
The telephone company has been
petting in new instroments all over their
linea which ia a; great improvement.
Tbe new phuce wcrka f o well that tome
ay they can hear the men . working on
the new court house at Plattsmouth, caa
hear Jadge 8ullivan clap hie hand as
he stands on the fonndation, and can
hear Ed-Wooley emit a vplume ,of blue
profanity, all of which makes a et range
combination when it reaches Union ex
change. -Union Ledger. ' j
j. p. Young completed arrangement
with Chas. H. Yale, general manager for
Was. J. Gilmore'a enterprises, by signing
contracts for the appearance of Gilmore'a
Twelve. Temptations," ' to appear here
May 28.' Ibis is one of the largest spec
tacnlar attractions on the road,' compris
ing e0pople and . a , eat load of scen-
UKOWEAR AND HOSIERY
WHICH BEGINS TODAY
E HAVE cut the
ties in need of anything
save money by calling.
Our new line of embroideries, the handsom
est and largest line ever shown by us.
FIKST DOOR EAST FIRST
Since the new time card went into
effect a few weeks ago it has been im
possible to buy a ticket on the evening
trains, the 5:45 or the 6:lo, for Green
wood, as the trdin did not stop at that
poiit. This was a great inconvenience
to Greenwood people who tame down in
the morning and could not return the
same day. The editor of the Herald
called Mr, Latham's attention to the
matter and asked him to lay the facts
before General Manager Holdrege, which
he did; and s a result we are confronted
this morning with a bulletin requiring
Mr. Latham to cell Greenwood tickets
for these trams and ordering thtm to
stop. No further complaint from that
quarter can now be made.
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Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25c.
Sampla free at F. G. Fricke & Cp'b.
Every one indebted to JOE,
The One Price Clothier, must set
tle within thirty days or the ac
count will be placed in the hands
of a Justice for collection. tf
Joe Klein. Wm. Fibhjsk
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Among the great strikes that of Dr.
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Tbe finest of FumUhing Goods at
slaughtering prices at JOE'S. tf
Dr. Marshall, DENTIST,
Will be in his offlce on aad - after
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