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.lighest of all in Leavening Tower.
S of v. Note. j
The camp will give a "Short No-j
tice" Hocial next Momlay evening, j
March Utli, at thr home of I.t in
C. Cooper, second door east of Chris- j
tian church, between Seventh and I
Kighth streets. Refreshments will
le served in due form at !" cents
for each person or 'i cents per
couple. All are cordially invited to
attend and make it a grand success.
Don't forget the date.
The camp met Tuesday night,
with Co. O. of Nebraska's I'irst Reg
iment. Col. Lew Ginger in coiumaiKl.
as visitors. Camp opened in due
form and proceeded with the regu
lar order of business until it came
to taking the password and coun
tersign, with Co. O. in the soup. A
'recess was then declared, to dispose
of Co. O., which was done after an
hour or two. it) which time Hro. H.
A. Mc. went "out of sight" in sev
eral ways, especially when it came
to "choose your partners for a
wait.." Oh! where. Oh! where was
Hert'r The echoes answered, "out of
Col. (linger has fully promised to
come to I'lattsmouth again in
April next and reproduce the "Gyp
sy Mummy ," and also give a reyithir
minstrel in cotinec'ioM with it. in
behalf of Capt. II. K. rainier Camp
No. .";. The proceeds of which will
go to the camp funds to uniform
the camp, in order that they may go
to the field encampment at C..-ne::
next J line, to take part in the com
petitive dri 1 1 s; a in ! it is hoped thai
IMattsinouth's and f.irrnii.-
people will not withhold tln ir as
sistance in this undertaking of the
camp, as this ranks as a "first class"
camp in the divi.-ion.
And v!i : i v. a -; i ! i, matter wit h 1 he
eiiaplain'r lie seem d to have been
cons! ( -r.ibly llu-Uruled on account
of th" mam i: res of Co. . They
: '. t .
liin.1' 1 lie matter
with his heart.
Our worthy ch.i :upi :i and brother.
C. II. Ja.inelie f Capt. C. N. liaird
No. ('. ot Wet-piny W ater, was the
iiv'sl of tile camp and :ivc a vi r
llatterinu- : ,.e -c!' in re-anl t. the
camp's s:;pe;-ci:-ii; i" otlier camp.:
he hail visaed i h is t :a vels throne h
the state, and in-i especially ditl
he couimenii Capt. Will Ackeniian.
fr the manner in which he main
tained onler. We are pleased to
note furtlu-r that Mr. Jatpiette will
at th" next a 1 ee I : n "; be transferred
to the camp here, which will be a
1 the future.
Ifvtuwant to enjoy a fine per
formance, don't f::il to u and see
Mlsr- IClIsier. -u pportet I by her own
company, at the opera house next
Saturday niuht in her threat success,
An artistic pertormaiice was that
jrfven by Miss Lltie Ivllsler ami her
atimirable comp.an last ni.uiit.
Miss i;il.ler plas with power, pa
tiios ant! all r o:n :;. ;race. Ii is
retrcshiiiii tt see in r act. because
she is accompbsheil iu both the art
and trade of acting. There are so
few of whom this can be fittingly
said that we must continue to re
gard Mi.-s Lilsier as one of our most
precious po.-.-ession. Ietroit Free
Seats on sale at J. I'. Younr. with
mt any advance in prices.
When vim are in Lincoln, call on
W. C. Austin it Co. in Mcltridc block
corner oil twelvth audi Street fr
Havelock and University properly.
Royal Arcanum Notice.
The regular meeting of Cass Coun
cil. No. 1"JL R(yal Arcanum, occurs
this evening at f o'clock, in the K.
of T. I lull. All members are re
piestel to be iu attendance.
Tlio.s. WALLIN;, Recent.
You cannot form an idea what it
is to sell clolhiiiL,. etc.. at and below
cost until you look through JOK'S
The executive committee of the
Nebraska State Soldiers' Association
meets in Lincoln today. II. C. Mc
Maken, wh.o :s a member of the
committee, is in attendance. Ar
rangements will be made for the
holdim; of the next re-union which
we believe takes place at Lincoln.
I'LATTSMOUTH. NKIiKASKA. TlIUi-M)AY
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 18S7.
A genuine Stetson $4 liat at $H.7"
at JOKS. If
MARSHALL, DKNTIST, will
-. j,, his ofticc 011 and after March
Come and nee the difference be-
tween cash and credit,
Steimker's department received
part of a train load of wrecked cars
this morning that will entertain Mr.
Steimker's assistants for several
Governor Hoyd yesterday signed
the Australian ballot bill and the
one establishing a state institution
at (ieneva for the feminine juvenile
William Johns, of Hamilton, Iowa,
blew out the as on retiring and
came very near never jcttinjx up
attain. I le was evidently not related
to our Jim Johns.
Cieor;e ler;usoii, one of the best
II. it M. boys on the road, has been
promoted to the main line, which
necessitated his removal to Lin
coln. We are sorry to see him n"o.
Remember the "T. K." concert at
the Presbyterian church tonight.
The price of admission is so low
that every one can only
cents, and you can reserve your
seats without any extra charges.
W. A. Davis, formerly of this city,
writes his brother. Frank Davis, that
he is delighted with his new home
m ar Los Anu't h s, California, and
really rcicis that he did not mow
to the land of Mowers sooner.
The Culloiu Cornet Hand will have
a bii;- supper at the old Concord
school house on the evening" of
March JI. for the benefit of the baud
b v s. A 1:;i l;' crowd will be in at-
;" :la::ce and a :.."' time is ",uar-i
The reserved -eat sale for Kffie
lilsier next Saturday ni.ht is now
o!t-n and ;l ".v hnv yo'ir c1uici
iu seats without any advance in
prices. '' and si ctr.V ihem early
and see a line performance. Trices.
T.i, ai) ami :;a cents.
Information ha-; been received at
the office of the chief clerk of the
railway mails that J. L. I'olk. of
(iriviiwiiiid. has been appointed to
run as postal cier'i betwei-n Missou
ri Valley and Loii riue. and that
1". A. Harrison, of Omaha, has been
appointed to run between Omaha
and Oe;dc:i.- Omaha lice.
1?. A. ("lib-oil v.;:- in i!ie city last
ni-ht and returned home on the be
la.ed train tuis nmrrdu--. Mr. (lib
son's frientls here were sorry to
note the fact that rheumatism had
almost r.:::d" a r. ck of his former
ly line consiiiiit i in. He ha;-; visiieti
all the health resorts, but is unable
to find anything- that will help him.
(iruuululcd suLrar for April deliv
erv is fjuoti'tl in the New York
wiloie.-aie mair.eisai t eem- pei
, ... A It .....J.-. ..
will be a rraleful re
i!::-ti.j-: 1:; v:.,'lT" ":: inners. but j
without assistance how much land
would be devoted to the raising
of siiir heels in Nebraska with
suiar at that price:' The farmers
would have to i;o back to corn a:id
A larie number of Nebraska
j;r;iin men had samples of seed
;'r;iiii fn exhibition yesterday with
their bills for supply 'nig seetl to the
drouth suiTerers, but the passage tf
the bill w;is delayed and it was
necessary to delay the openincr f
bids until 'J p. in. today. Our Col.
Connor was anum;' the number and
if the colonel trets left it will be his
lirst experience in that line.
Don't forget the "T. K." concert at
the Presbyterian church tonight,
and eneourai;e the ladies in cttittcr
e;ood entertainments for their
church patrons. The "T. K." J;i.:r-
tette come hiyhly recomim tided
from every town and city where they j
have given their concerts, and as j
this is their first appearance ir. :
I'lattsmouth. let them be greeted by :
a large audience and encourage !
them to come again. j
No old chestnuts or rubbish at
JOE'S. Everything of the latest
style and at below cost. 1
Fred (loos is iii Omaha today.
Mrs. C C. l'armcle went to Omaha
til is morning.
J. IJ. Strotle is iu the city to. lay on
Miss Aiuison was visiting relatives
iu Omaha yesterday.
Mrs. T. L. Murphy is a visitor at
the metropolis today'.
Mr. Wright, the Weepim;' Water
caj)italist, is in the city today.
Mrs. McIMierson returned to her
home at (Ireeley " Center this
Herman Smith is home fnun St.
l,ouis, visiting the Smith family for
a few flays.
A. 1-'. (irooinc and wife have joue
to Creston anl fit her Iowa points,
for a ten daws' visit with relatives.
K'. W. livers has spent most oi the j
t,-iiili,i it 4li, uI'iIm j"it,if:il lit lllfkk I
, . . . , -
inn iti r,ii nut jnn"i'i ......
Mrs. Alta Howen returned to her
home at Alliance this iiiuriiini;, af
ter a pleasant visit with relatives
and friends in this city.
Colonel Connor is iu attendant-"
at 1 he legislature today. The colo
nel circulates amoni;- the legislator.
with the jracc of a t ont;rcssiiian.
A Good Change.
I'lattsmouth should be congratu
lated fiver the fact that Mr. Hroalch,
one of )mahas smallest calibred
statesmen, has been t roAdeil oif of
the Missouri K'iverCfiinmi.-sioii.antl
the genial Dick Herlin been ap
pointed in his stead. Mr. Ih-oatch's
treatment ff our city i;i reference ;
our river ajipropriat it n has been
little less than a hii;h hamlefl out-ra-e.
and to see so cheap a tliti
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. . , 4, ., 'cahi l:i'h-peiident, winch pajier will
minded ''eiitKiiian lmn A 1 . i.cilin,: 1 ' ,
is ccrtainlv 14' rat u i a ;;
A Farevoll Party.
Samuel Cooper, resi-'i'i";
i' 1 i e 1
coil 1 i
wartl has been transferred to ihe
I iu i t iepar. ;: ei' 1 t ' I .-I.-!..!:.'.. : e
results in his I -. t -i 1 1 com
mi e to 1 .!; ! n. Wf 1 1 e -1
iile; his i w o t i.il! u 1 1 !'S. J .
I : i ;,- -d 1 v '! -s. t
cd l v
i;nV of I
st l't of i;t k i;
!'-ir you !!;;
-! t'e Kiee;-
; 1 1 1 tt other
n iiui'! i !
i : i be ! up ' I bci" f"..-; ;.: -; e
new I ...e. '. ! ii-''
ser veil an 1 p!ea.-au!?y
after wliich, I s i l.:-! i live
dime:- were indul
u. . - -.--.'
pleased v. i i i 1
e : -1 - i
lose Jh- ;e-t : cs:c..- of i':
Th.s.. pr'-seut were eial
Mal-.el !la es, Amiiv .-'-itlii
a! ; : ' -. . Mi - : : ; .. . . in-- ur
iv. L:tiie Coo'.er. ! ! Coo)ie,-.
A lice Ivi !--i-n 1 '.; I
1-ranee I 'allance.
!'. i -- i : . r.- . i otn
J-i '. i i ci". .' i i-. Hi ive. j
oocrt ', ::yes, C. : ;
1 1 vers. Char I ie Sul! i it. 1 i ettry Suy- j
tier, Mr. Coi b'tl-e, Oliver Voitiiu. j
(a ::: I: van.
lame.- Drake vs ih.e vtlla:;'i
Louisville. Jury waived, case tried
tt court and taken under advise
.ile'i Maurice O'RouvI-.e sr. s Wm. Wet-
tenkamp. Suit for damaiies on 1 rial
to-d::v to n j:ry.
joha C. l!i'U'!'.-n:i vs , una usi - r -
Ihtsch Hrewitii; Association. One
hundred two titular - ;t:d iifly cents
claimed .is damages ft ice house
1 . .1.' 1 iiiit .io:'i;ii.uu.- uuuti -
itte-. After jnoceediuL; with the j IUU hloved by a I a rye circle of
trial for some time phiiniiff was al- '. friends. The funeral will take place
lowed to withdraw a juror and have i tomorrow at 2 o'clock from the
case continued generally by payin-; j L'nitetl Prethreti church, south of
one days' attendance of jury. The j town, the interment takitii-; jdace at
plaintiff was yiven thirty flays in ! the llikenbary cemetery. The
which to amend hi.: petition. The funeral v. ill be in charye of the Ma
peculiar proceedings was on ac- j sonic fraternity from this city.
count of a defective petition which
was not discovered until the trial
was lial f over.
A. lv. Alexander vs Wm. H. Shafer.
Motion to modify injuction sustain
ed to the extent that sale may take
place and money be paid into court
to abide the final disposition of
plaintiff's claim for lien.
The court room has not been
changed any since the Grand Army
occupied it a few weeks a . J ud -re
Chapman presides with becomincr
fliynity uutler a canopy of Hays,
while hundreds of y an!, of bunting
in the national
toons from the walls and stretches
across the room, caught up by the
i!u:;uklit r.-, which aro y-y u: a
bright dress of red. w hite and blue,
rllL. regular meeting of the Cass
County Agricultural Society will
be held at Fred (lorder's office on
Lower Main street. Saturday-next at
'J p. m.
Tli? Lulest Nw From lnrolii.
Lincoln, Neb., March .". (Special
t tin 1 1 i:k"AI.i.) Thesupremecourt
iiii.'. 11101 n i 11 y o vet 1 11 led motion
of IJovd's attorneys to dismiss the
contest, and ordered them to ans
wer by Tiu tlay next.
Kxpressimm Isaac Dunn is deliv
ering Samuel Cooper's j'ootls at the
ilepot to-day preparatory to ship-
nient tt Lincoln. I'lattsmouth loses
au excellent citizen in the person of
Colonel Morris Crisuian, fine of
the main spoke iu the Hl.KAlJ) wheel
left last evening for Weeping Water
where he will take a prominent part
in a "Y. M. C. A. convention now in
session at that place.
Wall 00 has been selected by the
agricultural department as a jjov
ei anient beet sui'ar experiment
station. Since Cass was lelt out, we
'art fortunate in havintr a station
near us, if any of our people care to
try raising- a few sniir beets.
Mrs. Spurlock is in Lincoln to-day
meeting;- with the other members of
the Womens' Home Missionary So
ciety. Mrs. Hishop Newman ami
Mrs. Clark, of ( "i : ici 1 1 ti 1 1 i, are mem
ber.; of the executive committee and
art: expected to take part in the
Dr. Hlack's wife arrived yesterday
frt::i the east and is stopping for
the present at the Perkins House.
As soon as I !a xtcr Smith ets moved
ami the house can be furnished, the
recently purchased South Park man
sion xvlil be occupied by the doctor
and hi.-; new made brltie.
M. L. Thomas, late of the Cass
County independent in this city,
has bought an interest in the Lin-
hereafter be in the hands of Mes.-r:
Kuowles. I'homas tV lluckins.
Ihtnna:, is a reoublican and
; Iluckms is. a vry loud mouthed
democrat; between them an inde-
pen-lent may have a fair show.
S: :; em has tie- name ol
; l . ! -
i- !i i v.x 1 'tis 1" ys wit
t , , 1 , , . V , .t
l e l ext- a. !'-. :Me rapul mannei
yoilii'v; it.man was J i 1 1 1.-- up the
I rack ami aero-.-- o-tt) the :;md bar
', I'll iii.-' ii aie fiiiii. i" in hot pursuit
til is ini'Viii ;i;.''. Ti)" boy was too
r i'.)i l for ihe p-in-ui. yet the j.ur.-uit
-.. as Kepi Up So':" t V. ' Hi I!".-
!l '- Cl
u p 1 h i
escott is n: n-ceipt ot it let
In !' ard anno; inch;
re:no a!td i'.v r Ut'ice. M rs
'rem her 1 "U-porary fiitar-
1 lie scene of t he Pa n I !an
L at 1 i a ",'er.-1- w n. Indian."!.
President M illei of the Pennslii
n!!'::! r::ilv;:V iinuy lentieieti
e of his pri ate car which w a s
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i ,-,;i-.--..- '
much more comfortable than a com
mon sleeper. M rs. Prusie's husband
is now v. iiit her ami : 1 1 i 1 1 i ii; 1 1 st
verelv cut tn the ri.'ht and left side
of her head, her luus crushed, and
bruised ot herw i.-c.she is recoveri u.lt
ohn i it-vcri.ii'e, ::n otd citi.en ol
this county, ; nd brother of Viash
iif toii and Charles 15 -vetiim-, tlied
at the home
f William Snvder,
about five miles south. vest oi
city, this inornitiLS' at 1 o'clfek.
I i 1 :-
! H..v.r;,,.-,. v-;is a single man, about
14) v,.iU-,, ,,f a" Ihe cause of his
. , jt.alj, v.-;is robably an accident
j vvhich he received in Omaha while
! v.OI-;ijiij at the I". P. shtijis ;:bout
tWo years a.u'o.that injured his head.
, 1 he tleceiiseti was liiu'iiiy respecieu
Boyd Will Go
The heariny in the Boyd contest
case at Lincoln yesterday practically
settles the fact that James K. Boyd
will have to retire from the gover
norship. His attorney, John IX
How e, of Omaha, one of the ablest
lawyers in the state, beys the ques
tion in his argument and tries to
defend Boyd on the ground that he
should not be unseateed on a mere
technicality, although the constitu
tion is plain and clear on the topic
of ciii;etiship. he thinks Boyd's mis
laKC should not be counted against
him. No denial was made or at
tempted on behalf of the governor
as to the citizenship question. The
point for the court to decide is as to
whether the governor to be is Thay
er or Majors, and we would guess
every time, if we had a thousand
guesses, that Thomas J. Majors will
very soon be the governor of Nebraska.
LADIES AND CH1LDRENS CLOAKS,
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
BLANKETS 6 COMFORTABLES
WHICH BEGINS TODAY
SJK HAVE cut the prices deep, and par
ties in need of anything in the above lines will
save money by calling.
Our new line of embroideries, the handsom
est and largest line ever shown by us.
rncsr nooi: i:si fikst
NA I ION A I. I5ANK-
AWSON & PEARCi:
Cnrry a Full Line of
fine mili,i:ei:y axd ciiil-
also ruKsn en i'i.'ivv;:i:s
K.lilM , lt.I.KY I' LOCK. I'l.ATTMOL'TI!
A nict;chiltls suit at .fl at JOE'S.
The finest of of furnishi-iy yttotls
al slaughtering riees at J ( K tl
A yootl pair of shoes at .'rl.OO at
All the late.-t styles oi v.all jajier
ftr-f-d at Wilthlian .V I'ullers.
If von want yootl goods cheap, yo
to Klsoit the cash out-price clothier.
Wildtii.'in fuller carry the lary-c.-t
ami finest a -.-oi imenl ot V...1J .t
jer in Cass county.
Elson the cash one price clothier,
is st lliny yootls cheaper than any
oilier house iu town.
Miss Mollie Tucker. Dressmaking
and milleiierv a specialty. K'oonis
over Harohl's stort:
Co to JOE antl lay in your stipply
for next year. It will pay y u good
interest ai die jirices he is closing
out his stock. tf
It is with regret J(K has tt. sell
out his entire stock, for lit: has done
a very satisfactory and successful
business, but dissolution between
Joe and his partner. Wm. l-'isher
compels him to close out. tf
For glassware, queensware and
the best and freshest groceries go
to Phillip Kraus, where you will find
everything you want for your table.
Now is your chance and such a
chance you will have but once in a
lifetime, to buy clothing, furnishing
goods, hats, etc., at slaughtering
prices at JOK'S. The entire stock
must be sold out as quick as possible
A fine worsted men's suit, former
price 1 now tl2.."o at Joe's tf
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the under.-igncd under the
firm name of Uu-ck Walker is this
tlay dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts due said lirm must be paid
to Henry Du ck, who assumes all in
debtedness of said tirm.
Geo. W. Walkkk.
Feb. 'JO 1891. thvlm.
George Sheafor ami Robert Drown
have gone to Weeping Water to at
tend the Y. M. C. A. convention.
Tin- V;tlilnt'ui Avfiiiif
1 iMtlqiuii f rs JOr
FUiUii aNI) FKKI),
W; !ty in) rent and hi ll for (!ASrI.
Yui tttni't pay any bilis fur if-Jiti ht-utJ
wli- ii yell buy t)f tl.is firm.
Th" lust SOFT COAL nhtiiy :.
or tde p'jri'i.An
OF O M A y A .
Mr. W. S. Marshall,
Organist of All Saints Church. Omaha
Admission - - 35c
?ata any be rt served at .). I Young t.
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