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''UTII YEAR. ' PLATTSMOartl.PRASKA. TUE DA' B I'h'MPER. 8 1891
A cream of tartar hur.ing powder.
Highest of nil in li'iivcni'i:; wtrenth.
Latent I'. S. ( IdvcrniiK i.'l Food Ke
J,JR. A. SALSBUKY
: D-K-N-T-I S t : -
(iOI.II AM) I'CjKCKI.AIN CKMWX1.
Dr. Mii'Iuw.ijj ni :iHii llf f.-rlhr p. 'iirr
tllieltnr tif l.--ill
I lilt' Gtd rt ) tinny. -lUM
koiiuil lili'i k rialtHIIKMIItl. Nih.
TH0S0LUCK W H1ERS -
HoUiy Aulillc ti Aliiiift'ior Solid r
I'OLI.OCK & IIYF.KS
Eeai IstaU. Loan il lnsnrancfl Agiuti
I'LATTHlot 111 - NKH.
If you have real eti.te to Hell or
hi'ik I un description, price
of title furnished nt ri'iiM
hii lit 'a per frill hikI
I'liuictyWi ti goon
I ( farm ci ( nrity.
!- I ull J trsu t
Tin- I!, fi M, pay car arrived tills
morning ami llm.-e having orders
(or money were paid as usual.
Jiic Dove, .1 geijial llKkAI.I) frieiid,
ivli.l has been confined to his room
for hut j'.l.st .yeekH in convalescent.
It will jirohHldy lie n week before
Mr..!), .will lie able to resume his
wot ft nt tlio H. ,V M. shops.
The Altar Society of St. JoIiii'h
church will (rive a social nt the ren-idi-nce
of Win. Neville, corner Four
teenth and Llm streets, on Thurs
day evening, Sept. 10. An invita
tion in extended to nil. M
ChiiH. Spraue, wlio atioiit twelve
year" Kince was. a irxidetil of -tlty
city, and who in now contractor on
me a. w. k. k. in 111 tne my lo-tuiy.
Mr. S, IniH about twenty team under
Iiim iiiimediate HUicrvii-ion.
Ah-ck Clifton depiirlM thin niorn
inj; for NVIinihkii City, where lie will
reniinn; liiri work n Koveriiinent
Mtore keeper. Mr. C. report Unit
the expohition in proving nineef
ful mid (Irawint; lartf" crowd.
Kv"rv hi'iri" mnn 8ho!!ld mane
it a point to nxk hi farmer cim
toniei'N to lirinjj an t xliihit to the
fair. All we need to iiHMiire a profit
able fair 10 a hariiionioiiH pull to
that end by nil who can lend a
hand. It i a nettled fact that with
the Decennary co-operation we will
have the bent fair ever held in the
The friends of Mr. Mm. K.K.Todd'
have planned for n mirprine atlier
inpfHt their home three mid one
half inilen went of thecity.thiHafter
nooii. It in lii-ld in commemoration
of the thirtieth imiii vernary of their
weiled life. Kxtcimive preparation
have been made, and douhtlcHM a
highly inlcrcHtinji time will be hail
by tlione that attend.
Superintendent McClelland han
tnaile a npecinl effort to ncconiodate
pupiln living in the country that
denire to prepare for teaching. An
I'l.ATTHMOl'TIt, Sept. 1, l.ll.
Hoard met piirnuant to iidjiiuru
inent. l'renent -A. C. Loder and
Jacob TritHch, comn innionern, nnd
Hird Critchlield, county clerk, when
the following wan done, to wit:
Knot ti I iiukIiI, lumlvor 3 ul
rt H .XiiiiiiiikiT, immp tu court limisti.. 3 50
Wenti-rn V Iiim'I Seraiii-r Co wli-i-I r to
PlMilct Nil 3 . ..
A II Kiiiitm, lirlntliiK ....
J f ' Cmiiii'l ii A Hun liniill.iK ti)
J CM'aninilui (4 81m. 1 1 i 1 uk
J A It ""fiiii lrr, Miliiry i iiuiily pliy'ii
Smith I'lallfi l.umbi'i (', lurnher
J V HriiiM, il.iry e'iinty iln t.hin ..
.Mrs M If lil.irk. ''lit uf JndKe tlln-
C S ' win4 ii-imir wink, juM ...
Ii W M tiil, 4l cuiiii I y iiii,'
J:it!::t) 1 ritK'Ji, h.i! exp's c unity rom.
A (J l.oilir,
II Tit Crltc!irMil,tal,try mill In Ii t
Hoard then took npthe petition of
J. F. Fcendel, of Avoca, for the
Kraiitiuj; of ilinpennation to l)r. (J.
G. DouhiH.of Weeping Water, Neb.,
to ad an county phynician of Third
HiHinet iinriny Haid llrenihrn
Hence mini the ntate, and tin
rnitr, L. C
, Murray and Jacob
Firnt ward, A. Hach,
I'. J. Hannen nnd Steve Hiuzell
Second ward, George Trinnler, F. Iv.
White and J. M. I'atternon. Third
ward, 1!, Ivlnon, 1'. 'Miner, Chan.
Twin and L. 0. Lumen. Fourth
ward, CIuih. Ilanneu, Joe Klein and
J. C. I'etcmcn. Fifth ward, Ed
Oliver nnd J. C. Williamn.
Hoard then adjourned to meet
Friday, Sept. 11, ll.
IlIKI) CKITC1II IELI),
to thini i- don't keep a full line
nchool tuippliCM. Ii
tieucild. tabletn mid evervtliini"' for
nchool. Our cuntoniern will pleane
bear thin 111 mind.
dl!t I.KIIMKIIvK Hk(IH.
iiHI.li Asr Pi It! KIAIN'CRovVNH -PriiU:"
wuik iud tin-' (fold work t
1H. BrKINAt'S LOCAL ' wll M oilier
eMbiioi4i;iv.n irliie iHiiilefl e&iraciluu ul
I). A. M.MtSII ALb, . Fnu'imld ''"
! I KKSONAI. '
Mm. A. Clink in in Lincoln to-day
J. X. Wine returned to Otnahu hint
evening on No. X
Cnpt. J. C. Parmer 1 ante down
fr::;. C)if.i Irint 4-iiiii).
J. A. Havin in in Council Kluffn to
day on bifdneHH trip.
Hick t It' Hi a 111 wan a pannener
for Omaha thin morning.
(leu Carruth returned from X
btai-Ka City thi morning.
niiiir iuon m laKiiiff in Die
i ti t h at l.iucolu to day.
Dav Miller wan a paHnenuer for
the ntate fair thin morning. ,
llrfrry Miller, of the nupply houni
ii vinitin the elate fair to day.
rtnwnon & Pmrce have necurid
Minn Mary Skylen for trimmer.
J. A. H.iHom, of the f urry Kanner
aHant call nt TlIK !fhk.Ll
Vw.is a pleaM!
t-M.ivtitiii win y .
J I.11I.1 Kiiinen departn for Hrndley,
1 Iowa, to day, where nhe will vinit
friends 11 few days.
I C. S. Dawnon. who han been in St
' ' 011in, for the pant two inoiithn, re
jrned bint evening.
1 . l)oiiard, who hanbeen cooking
Si hotel at Omaha, returned to
city oil No. 4 hint evening.
. -.Irn. I K. Skinner iije 75 yenr
. died at 10 o'clock a. in. to-day. The
funeral will be held nt the residence
M C. M. Duller Thurnday at 2, p. m.
)A cordial invitation in extruded to
Mm. Skinner in 11 mother of
lend. mien WiikIi Smith and C. M.
hitler, and ipiite well known in the
lily. She wan recently brought to
r(liin city from Har Harbor Michi
gan with u hope of recuperating her
health, but owin- to her advanced
ijff ami ireoie condition, me clianne
I1V.11I11I lint little.
lective courne ban been provided
iiifliidiuR all the common nchool
branchen; in which thorough work
will be done for thone deninnir it.
HoiibtleeM many will avail them
nrlvenofthin opportunity to make
the necennary preparation.
The H. A M. had an engine on the
road thin iiiornin that attracted
the attention of niiectatorn. The
object in to tent an attachment, by
which it in claimed the work can be
ilone liv the line ol .ill hit rent len
coad, without the 11n11.1l npnrkg innu
inf from the ninoke-ntack, with but
very little einoke. In the event it
proven mucccmm ful, it doubtlenn will
le a ureal iiiiprovemeiit, ami come
into iinivernal ii"e.
The CoUon it Ounley Conipiiny
opened the theatical Hennon in thin
city lant Thurnday itiht with their
nintchlenH production of Kip Van
Winkle, to an ubnulittely packed
bonne. Thin company In componed
of ladien iiikI i;rntlemeu of hieh
nrtintic talent, fully eipial to any
that ban ever appeared In our city
Indeed, thone of our citizctm who
had expected nomethin entirely
different were happily dinappointed
Thir ccsf.:r::cs arc r!cuiit iiiid 'it
ulTect tif their npecinl ncenery whh
striking. Their handnoniely uiii
formed Imnd when it appeared on
the treetM created quite a Hiirprine
Journal, Decornh, Iowa, AumiHt
They will ajipear at the Waterman
next Saturday niM, Sept 12. Watch
for a Htrect prude by the Knicki
bocker Cornet Hand. I'ricen, 'S, XI,
.XI, nnd i.V. Secure your ticketn at
J. ! . 1 omiK n.
Alwiiyn take your prencriptionn
10 nrowii a, iiarrt ii u. tt
Sept. 2, Hid.
Hoard met. l'renent -A. C. Ixjder
and Jacob Tritnch, coniminnioiiern,
hen the following wan done -
I lilln allowed:
rainier, iiid In poor ti to
C Klkenh.iry, kcepaiK pu.ir limine .... .m
r iHlmrn. vinlnir. Iiiintlin tor county ... Inj 1
M M Murphy k Co, inline in poor 13 M
no wplir, ri'pnlrlm lirlJue 17 i
'Her Jwiwu, rent (01 po ir is i
Blonder firm, mil e In poor I'.M
L'iwI t)lll-Stl vt.lacoli Kriiinliort ... 19
ml lilll-Htite v Mastou W 40
Win 1l(he, b'lliiKitiiJ g'diiK pi la Ill wi
Hoard then took up petition for
road running on north aide of the
C. K. I. k F. R. R., beginning at the
nouth-went corner of nection l.'i II 10,
running thence into M unlock. Tin
name was granted, without damage
an there were none filed iu the turn
npeeitieil in the notice.
A new petition bejng preneuted
or vacation of that part located on
eolith went riuarter of nection
15-11 10, and to locate the name on
ant nide of nnid Mouth-went ouarter
of nection 15-1 110. the name wan
granted and damage allowed to
owner thereof to the amount of fJO,
with the iitiderntaiiding that all of
aaid road mIiiiII be located on went
nide of tpinrtc r-rcction line running
north and nouth between the nouth-
went quarter and the nouth-eant
quarter of said nection.
The public will take notice that I
V. ill nut be reniloiiniljle for 1111 v (tel. In
imtrncted liy my wite, ISimrv J
Sept. 7, IH'.ll.
J. J. C HANM.KK.
each $10 worth of goods
at Tlic hrr' are no
"Dunns" hut real artlts
Sec our 5, 10 and 2
cent counters for Dargalns
K. F. F.SCHF.K
1 1) S U M M E R CL E A JiAK CE S A LE
In order to reduce Btock to make room for our fall purchases
wo must cloBeont the lmlance of our Summer Btock as quickly as pos
Bible. Commencing to day we will oflbr our entire line ot white
goods, embroideries ilouncings and all overs
At 20 Per Ct nt Dieount From Hcular irie,
Tin: IIkkAI.Ii ntaled inyenterday'a
paper that Mennrn Chandler and
RaHintinner hud purchaned a large
(piantity of liipior and proceeded to
the: home of the former to have a
general good time. Since then we
have been reliably informed that
Mr. K. left Chandler' before the1
trouble commenced, and thene
gentleman ntate there wan not a
Hiiflicient amount of liquor about
the preminen to intoxicate in the
leant Till. Ht.k.M.M nimply denircH
the fa' ti-' in the natter mid denire
to treat nil part ieri fairly hence the
correi t ion. ,
PiMii'j,. fi iri Organ.
Anyone in need of a piano or or
gan would i oiihiilt their own inte
rentn by ivlliun on J. M. Muir, who
keepn uotni;ig but the bent, hich
he neliw at I eiiMii.abh' pt ieen to nnit
the t i t:n ". in
jadies fcummer vests at 8c regular. 10c quality.
jidies summer vests at 10c regular. 15 quality,
Jjidies black and fancy ribbed vests 2Sc worth 35c.
T adies black lisle and ancy Egyptian cotton vests at
-i-i oo ivorin loc
uuies siiK mixea vests at 6oc was a bar-L-1
a :75c, '
New (iotide. r.rrivt;
JOli'S tiie one price
:g every !ay i
Jadias silk vests at $1, reduced from $1.26.
20 per cent.
on all ladies shirt waists and.
gO per cent dicsount on all our silk umbrellas
Sept. 4, 1WH.
iioaru met. l renent A. C Jider
and Jacob Tritnch. comminnionern
when the following wum done--
OAMl'uat, I'lutthnimitli, r- of IihII
l..r jury a itl
A t'laik, uut'c In p.mr 5 15
f U IUtK,iiup't tuurt buiiii 7c im
B nnrtt i Tuit, iiid to poor. t
Wr.irrn wml Hcrau'r t'o. wriipi-r.... If Ml
(;l bill Tom IIimiUithod .. . 610
tlfi.ry I'ifcuik, fliiiw Ui wif riviHe tfi fm
Benrilvli jr. Clark & Co. lumber ui ;v
C mt bill. Iiiiii.l HmiM-ini-lii lliirurobn 1110 IU
O II Snydor. nnUe to poor houn 33 no
Doc Wheeler, ri-pulr wpll it MM.r b.iuf -a in
rUulfJcmiD;il('o,Ulliiiiri, X' 00
W..11M Ailiuin, ntiU 175
Murllrr 4 Jacobi, n-p Ir mm! .critpfr . II uu
St-pt. Tt, I!.
Hoard met. l'renent A. C. Iider
and Jacob Tritnch, comminnionern,
when the following wan done, to
wit: Hill of V. I). Diindan A Son-iM.'lfJ-
-building bridgen, allowed.
The following lint of nanien wan
selected from which to draw the
petit jurom for the October term of
Tipton -Mail V.'ulf. Jacob Humh
and J. J. Hahr.
Greenwood V. Hird and C. Honk.
Salt Creek -W. R. Haldwin, N, II
Meeker and K. C. Coleman.
Stove Creek Win. Hunter, W. S.
Wilcncknon and I). Helln.
Klmwood - Phil Nickel, J. V. Con
nally mid C. F. I.au.
South Hend John Kleiner ami J
V. V. I'rariuct-W. II. Jl. Cannell
and C, Wunnell,
Weeping Water-Kimt ward, S. M.
Iloldeu. Second ward, E. K. Day.
Third ward, C. C. HaiUdl.
Center -John Krhart and Win
I.oninville-Frank Slander, K.Jeu-
kiiin nnd Theo lleim.
Avocu John Corbet and K. .
Mt. IMeanant -Chan. Hoedeker and
Kight Mile flroxe Jonathan
AdjiuiH, I 'tt it Tritnch and S. L. Cecil
Liberty liiinc I'ollard, Geo. W.
Conrad, K. Murbhy and J. K. Mc-
Rock Hlulln Kunterholu, S. J.
F'leming, J. It. Iloliiiea and J. G
I'hittnmoiith ,1'recinct -R. W
Labor day panned out with but
little notice in thin place, excepting
that buninenn wan ntinpc tided in a
meanure. It wan quite gererally
observed, hfiwever, throughout thin
and adjacent ntaten. In the larger
citien, baudn of mimic, procennionn
and npeakinsr helped to enliven and
appropriately olmerve the day.
Thin move i riirht. It nlionlil l e
declared a national holiday, and
and observed by all cla.tn as
fittingly and caielully 11.1 are any
of our great holidays.
Minn Mary Giant will return in a
few dayn, from her vinit to her
home in Canada, and will resume
"giving miir'ic lef-ons next wick'
All pupiln exiecting to take lennons
will plenne leave onlern with J. I'.
Th3. A H Kt N ehrnk City.
The Grund Army of the Republic
encampment opened in Nebraska
City this morning. The members
of the po!. in our neighboring
town hae completed nil iirrnnce-
mentn and iiidicatioun point to a
Hurt I'Muful rennioii and a pronbible
time. Tents have been placed on
the grounds by the hundreds and
ample accommodation prepared
for nil. The W. R. C. has a lare
tent, to be lined 11s a dining hall and
heiiduuiirters tent. Doubtless
ninny old soldiers from this city
will attend tne encnmpinent.
Challien reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars M-,r uualliiy
Mounni line de India reduced to lie per yard.
We make this offer in nrder to reduce stock - Now is the time to
purchase if in want of imy of the above goods. KKM KMHKR all of our
goods marked in plain tii;ures, and we dons we advertise. Don't 111 inn
thin na,e as they are the 1 iwenr prices quoted this season,
ONE DOOR EAST FjrtST NATIONAL.
V h e II V H
nlioillil ln irill to
thi nk nlioutvour
We liiivc just ie
ccivcil ten cum'
.f linlies, cliil
dretiH, men, and
direct I'roiii a
inaniifac t ti r ' r
wlio was need
inc inonev mid
win Milling to
"0 ' '
ol tins years pro
duct of liis mill
at a sacrifice, his
111 it-tor tunc was
and we bought
the goodcat less
than their ac
tual value, to
start this under
wear wi: intend
to make ecAne
SPECIAL OFFERS TO ESRLV BUYERS
The finest line of Neckwear, Hats
and Caps nt JOK'S,. the one price
Dawnon V I'earce have received
their fall straw., fancy ribbons, tips
mill quills, ulso a lot of new fash
ioned cone shape hats in straw nnd
felt. They have a full line ol baby
hoods, and in order to clone their
old stock out have reduced their
straw sailor lints to 411 smltn " em
I'earl Steam cookers for sale by
J. W. Hendeei Co, go and see them
jor.n Mock 01 1 iKierwear, is
larger and better than before and
prices less than last year.
Drown A Harrett have just re
ceived a line line of imported tooth
nnd nail brunhen, cloth and hair
brimhen. Prices nway down. tf
pLTiai 110. J.
Childrcna all wool Scarlet Shirts and drawer, air
sixes running large enough to lit a child twelve
ONLY :dc KACII.
o 1 XJ t Children, heavy natural wool colored Shirts
opOCUll iiO. (W a11dDrawersru1111i11ginsameHi7.es as the scar
let only ct. a garment. You can't afford to buy the cloth to make j our
childrcna underwear when we can sell you them ready made so chenp.
Special No, t
Mens extra heavy ribbed natural wool colored
shirts and drawers all siacsonly 'M eta EACH.
C 1 Ha 1 ''a(U,'H "twy merino Shirt and Drawers, Silk
OjlLCIal ti", 'A triiumed, a very nice garment, that is universally
sold at .TO cts; We sell at fll i ts KACII.
Look out fcr JOE'S
Grand Fall Opening he
will announce exact
date within a few. days.
Nolle 10 Coal CoiiKiimar
I will fiiriiieli the bent of coal of
nil grades to those who pay me, but
those who wish to run long winded
at counts I don't want. As I hnve to
pay for what I net I must insist 011
liny for what I sell. All those who
know themselves indebted to me
will please pay by the lath of Sep
tember as I rutint hnve money to
pay for winter coal,
Dealer in Anthracite and Hitunii
nous conl and wood. Oflice and
yard 404 South Third st, telephone
U, I'hittsmouth, Neb. tf
VANTKt- Good salesman,
ut J. M. Muir's munic store.
IJbnkcts or Hod Comforts iiZ.
you with prices. We have them to suit nnyones pocketbook nnd will
give good value for your money.
Best English Linoleum
0'.'la cents a square yard,
gain nt the price.
A special bar-
SCHOOL BEQIS MOjNDHY.
AND YOI K LITTLK HOY AND GIIxl"1
Needs a pair ofeliocB this week. We intend to inaurgurato a Special
Pale of Bhocu for School Children. School bhoeu bhould be Strong,
btjlish, Shapely, well mado, Well Fitting, Durable.
WE HAVE THEM
and we guarantee to fell them cheaper than you can buy them
WM. HEROLD & SON,
Special Floor Oil Cloth Bargains ZTuJfc
stoves, etc at only 'ic per scpiare yard. We have it in several ditTerent.
designs and widths.
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