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''PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. ."SATURDAY SEBTEMPJBR 26.1891
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1 1 MY A cream of tartar baking powder.
Ugliest of nil in leavening ntrenth.
Latest V, S. Ciovernment Hood He-
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GoLU AMI POkCKLAlX CROWNS.
milt. htrtiiaavii n:i Mlii'lli! fertile piilnlem rx
V tl.irlllil' III ti l-Ill.
, Mnetiolil ork a Specialty.
JilCoikHoiMl lllui'k Plattauioiitli, Nnh.
iHOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
Iutary Public Aliilrniter biilliitot
al Estate, Loan and Imurance Agenta
If you have real estate lo sell or
exchange send iiHdeHcriotinii, price
Abstracts of title furnished (it reas
(iioo.omto loiiii lit 14 per rent and
J HO OOllllIlisslOMH, m good
I'Ol.I.OCK A IIYKkS
I'l.ATTSMOl I II - Nkh.
Ortlre uiiilrr Ci' Cinility Hunk,
MAWSON A PEA nCE
1 lirir Kail Miawa, fancy rlliliini". Iltm am) iiilll
iivi 4 ml m iuw iahlnii runn nliai
Mi si is iiml l t. I lie) linv k lull
1 1 Tie III liiiliy ll'uul- allll III IT'
ilrr tn rln olil nliN-k out Iimv n
duerd lli-'li m Hilnr iiau limiai.il In
;i cm In l riMHiir il,
MISS SC IH Vl.KK, TKIMMKK.
UOl.l) AM) I'Olti'Kl.AIN ( KOWNH -linden
wnrk nml Hint Kuld work a
K. HTKINAIH LOI'AI. na aril oilier Ian
iwllml ImWfu lurllif iiitliileni iriw(iiiii o
'. A. MAIWIAU Fitzui-raM
I I Mra. j.oiiiK I'ini'
I ( MrM. I'liruli im vi
ine i iir linnliii.
inilin in I linalui
Mrn. Hmnkliii w;in ii piif Binder tor
Mm. Steimker nml iliinnlit'T xre
l iHilintf in Onialiii lo d;iy.
Jimeph KiiotlK wcit to t'oiincil
ffltiilfrt tliiH morning for ii nliurl
Sunt I'illtiTMOII WIIH II pll4Mell(;i'r
ii the enrly truin HiIm morning for
J. W. Rii'lnirdx, uf I'nion City,
Mich., in a (iiu-nt of C Wickemliuni
ii (Iiih city.
. A. H.iHdin, of Hie Murray Man
ii'r, in uttcndiiijr (lie eonvenlioii o
l.iy it a looker-on.
K. I. ('arlriulil and family left
liix morning fur Colorado, wliere
they will remain nlioiil two weekx.
Mjmm Olive ( iiiHH reltirned from
Imiiha Lint even iiiif. lu re lie Iimh
S'li alti inliii llie W. C. T. I'. con-
entioii thin week.
Mr. IUI Threlk. l.lof I'lallmiioiith,
el, afterim iiliHence of ceven yearn
ruin hi old lnnne in Charilon, re-
nrned LihI Monday for a viki'I
itiioiiu li i h old (iii'iiiIh. Charilon
1 1 funk Slreihl, poHtmaHler ol
iatlHiuoiilli wan here thin week in-
ectintr th poMtoiVicr. The new
.iw ilinkeM It ini'linilieiit oil the roHt-
k;iHler at the county neat to iiiHpect
theolllceii in the county. Wa-
Iwiivh take vmir hri'inii.lu.n.
Wown & Harr'ett'n. tf
A Herald CorrnarionflBnl in Pennsyl
vania. JvDITOR IlKRALii:- Ilavintf prom.
iHed to write you a letter while on
my viit eiint, 1 nend the following.
I had it plcammt journey from
I'lattHiuouth to I 'it IhIiu rtr. making
the run in twenty -xeven hours over
the C. H. iV (J. and f'eniiHylvania
Central, and over the A. V. k. k. to
my old home, keynoldaville.
keynoldnville in located in the
center of the (front hitiiminouH coal
ficIdH of I'eniiK) lviinia and Iiiih
ahout .llllil inhabitanti", not in
eluding the HiihurliH, where the
minor principally recide. Ahout
75 per cent of thene minerM have
hoinoH of their own, and many of
(liemjiiiHMeMU hornc and hllKy- To
hear the report in the went regard
ing the poverty and ditreHM ol
niinerH, and then come eaft md
liiul jiiHt the roverne, i certainly
amiiHiug. In converHiitiou with
leading local men, I find that the
average miner eanm from $." tn
$!' per month, according to the
ahility of the man; anil, notwilh
Htanding all thin, there in dixHatiH
faction among many of them.
They remind me of a Ciimh county
oflice-holder- they not only want
il.. f.Hrt.ii, Imt it fence around it.
in no uncommon thing to hear
the chimcH of an organ or piano in
the home of thcHc coal digger.
There ure ahout l.HOO minor in
keynoldMV ille ami vicinity, and the
monthly pay roll amount to
nearly flUO.IMl. They have nliuiit
2,(m coke oven, and to nee them in
full lilast at ni'lit i hejond
doHcriptiou. A line of lire a mile in
length i no niu uiiiiiumi thing here.
Ill ohedience lo a Mate law, alter
thi month miner will receive their
wage every two week. The
are moMtly foreigner (ierinan.
WelHliinen, Kii( lifliini n. Irinhiuen.
and a very few Italian.
The caiacity of one mine the
Hell I.ewi i ahout 1 10 car perday.
The coal i taken out of the hill
from thirty live to eventy feet ahove
the line of railroad and i conveyed
on an incline into the car.
One of the largo! tannerie in
the eat i located here, having
ahout IM) men on it piiy roll;
alo a largo woolen mill, employing
I find the hill and valley the
came hm I loll them twenty year
ago, and hut few f my old hool
mate. When I gut otf the train
there were ahout I'll) people at the
depot and among them I iliil tn,t
recogni.e a face. It reminded me
of old kip Van Winkle; and when I
met Home of my acquaintance h of
flay of yore, I think from their
look of urprio it Htruck them a
little the Maine way. I leave to
morrow ft Niago a Hnl In, Huffalo,
Toronto, and hack hy way of Phila
delphia, and will go home hy the
(irand Trunk Railway riiiinini;
through Canada. Will write you
iigiiin when I relurii houi the
To Gnwl Coliautiier.
All thoe that do nut nettle
their lawt eaon' coal hill with
mi' hy the Kit It of Oct. next will not
expect to have any accomidation
from me thi hoiiou cd couro,
OMire and yard tot South Third
ntreet. Tolophono, IX
I nlwayn try to haven full line of
aii grade ot coal on InuiAr.
tf Timothy Clark.
riattmulh, Sept. I!i.
The Schuyler train had two extra
coache on thi morning for the ac
coiiiiuodatioii of the wrnteru ileiuo
craln w ho are attending the conven
That llackingCough can oiiick
ly cured hy Shilidi' cure. We
iMiarautee it, Hor Sale hy K. (1.
Hrii ke and O II Snyder. I
Has just opened up a full line
of ladles. Gents and Childiens
all wool underwear and be
fore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
call and 6ee our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you seen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 05 and 75 cenls
THE CRWta NA$ED.
The irhD pxaU a Very
Harmonious Convention. ,(
Everyihlnu Cut, nnd Unert unci Oiled
by the Bohb - llie Tiokiit
The democrat mot in Waterman'
opera limine thin afternoon and put
in nomination their county ticket.
Tlie reprenentatioti of the county
wan not complete, hut the full vote
of oat h precinct wa admitted and
counted. H. K. White wa clionon
chairman. No one neemod to care
wllfl III.. .If iltl i lu.i.ij ...up,. ..u....... ..u
...... ...v ........nni,t.M,-, Hill
clerk of the dintrict court. Hollow-I
ing in the ticket an nominated:
hor tieanurer, Hred llerrmann;
for nherilf, Win. Tighe; fur clerk of
the dintrict court, Dr. Deering; for
county clerk. J. H Tipton; fur
county judge, It. ,,S. kanmey; for
eounlv commiioi er, Win. Neville;
for ci. .oner, Dr. II. kH. Ilrendel, of
Murray for county .iiperintriidi iit
of nchool. (J. W. Noble; fur county
mirveyor, Hred I'atternon.
The following were ap' ind il
delegate to the judicial cony, utiuii
to lie held at Nebraska fit; next
A. C. I.oder, II. .. Aldorin.'ii. Win
Neville, J. Vallery Jr.. J I, Minor,
Con Conner-, V. V. Leona d, S.
I'alterHon, W. Ii. Shr clt, h.
Morgan. Ilarrinon Suiitii, l'n-d
fiordor, Alex Sky lei, In U
M. Archer w,i noiniiiated lo.
jiihtice for the city of I'lattninoul i
Hred Kroehler for count ible.
k. H. Wallace, of I'nion, w.i-choMi-n
chairman of the eouitv
D. C. McKntee wan chiineu net ie
lary of county central couimiltee by
l lie DiiNioeh Men Meet
The meeting of the Munim-
Men'n Annociation wa held hint
evening at the K. of I', hall a per
previou announceinent. While
the attendance wa hardly in
keeping with the importance of the
oeeaiou, it wa evident that thone
prenont were deeply interented in
the matter, and ntep will be taken
to :iure Cax county represen
tation. The mooting wan called to order
by the chairman, Timothy Clark.
On motion of II. N. Dovey a com
mittee on finance wan appointed a
folluwn: II. N. Dovey, Hrank Mor
gan and C. K. WeHcott.
The next thing in order wan the
eloction of a rejiroHentative to ac
company the Can county exhibit.
On motion of A. M. Knott-,
k. II. Windham wa unanimously
declared the choice of the
On motion of Hred Herrmann the
nocretary and chonon delegate were
empowered to t Iioomo an alternate.
On motion of II. N. Dovey the
meeting adjourned to meet Tuen
day. at 2 p. m., at K. of I', hall.
In order Hint thi- Indian encamp
ment Mt'onc in the new "On the
Trail, or Dan'l lioo'ie," may be ren
dered mont effective and roalintic
Mennr. I'eck A Hiirniuau have en
gaged a band of genuine Shawnee
Indian to appear in the play and
take the part their aueontorn are
credited with. Thone men are real
non of the forent, and have with
them their niiaw and paipooe.
They are under control ol a ncoul
and iute. preler, who act or them
and direct their movement. Don't
fa'l to nee them in the ntroet parade
and opera houne tit nigh, appearing
in th" play "Dan'l lloone" next
Thuinday, Oct I.
The live trained Kentucky
blooded hornen of the now "On the
Trail, or Dan'l Hoone" company are
wondein of eiiine nagacity. Prob
ably one of the moid intelligent
hornen in the world in the trick
mure "Mollie," who, brnidoH doing
a number of Hoemingly impoible
trick, ha been trained to untie
"Dan'l Hoone" from the nlake where
he Iiiih been left to burn to death by
She i a great favo-1
rite, especially with children, and
Iiiih ii irroom asnigned to her care,
while her stall in the "Dan'l Houne"
car i a marvel of comfort. Will
Hppenr at the opera house Thurs
day, Oct. 1.
Mm. J. N. Wine leave thin eve
ning for Den Moines and Keokuk,
Iowa, for the purpose of being
prenont at the opening of the largo
millinery oHtalilinhments located in
V ''w,g,ita iir kciiJW,
'"CitinH ciunilitVLul! 'td 'l!Vlwith
thirteen weekly and" to daily pa
per. s Hurrah for old Cans! She be
lieve insetting the world know nhe
The honor of being a nominee for
county Hiiperintendcnt fell very
gracefully and unexpectedly npon
the broad nhoiildern of J. R. Leyda.
(lo wad not a candidate hut he got
rtiore jimt the name.
J'hc 8ai news come from I'latls
nmuth slating that the little win of
Mf', and Mrs. Hrank Dickson, died
Sunday evening. The funeral wan
held from the homo of H.M. kichcy
at 2 o'clock Tuendav.
" sftl-'isrlit who i
the poHloflice detiartihent In vinil
the poMtoflh-en in C'iihh county, wan
here Wednesday and reported find
ing Kliuwood pontoflice for the pant
two year fanltlenH and necond to
none in the county for regularity
llie many friend of H. D'jkson
in thin end of the county are much
pleanod to hear of hi nuccesn in ne
curing the nomination for county
clerk by acclamation. Hrank'n faiih
wa i -race.
Km I I
fi.ind old principle ha never
oil and he .vill make a noble
con-orx at ively and man
repulilii an placed I,. C.
il tin- In ad of the ticket
lor i i. mil v treasurer. Mr. ICickholf'n
iniiii latum wa- iiuanimou and by
ai i'laai itiini, notwithstanding the
tingl'iree thai tried to draw him
hum the hi. lit.
IIKill SCIIool, NOTKS.
in I'ATkIC OIV H A WAY.
Tin re is a i-teady increane in
John Wright visited nt the high
Minn Olive Hoyd wa a pleasant
caller at highnohool Hriday.
"(iorrude Milton wan a visitor at
central building one day thin week.
Miss I. aura Keeney, uf Central
City, Neb., wan a visitor at central
blinding Monday afternoon.
Student at central building have
enjoyed several outdoor recenses
this week as results of lire alarms.
Several of the post-graduates are
taking the teachers course, which,
by the way is one of the good fea
tures of the high nchool thin year.
As an evidence of the interest
taken by the students in education
al progression, wo want t month II
the nrgnmatiim of a Literary
society in the high school. We un
derstand also, that there are to be
one or two mote nociotie organized
in the near future. Jt is noodlenn
to nay that thone nocietien will great
ly benefit those who take an inter
est in them. We will nay more
about ihem later.
Drown A Harrelt have just re
ceived a lino line of imported tooth
and nail brushes, clolh and hair
brushes. I'riffH away down. tf
. C. I.ewin one of the cleverent of
comediaun, ansinted by a company
of merit, presented the amusing
Yankee drama, "Si I'lunkard" to a
tine audience in Shawhan's Opera
House last evening, and never wan
an audience more pleased. Mr.
I.ewin has siirruunileil himself with
a good company, W. M. Milligan
as the (ierman comedian, in a w hole
team and he wan recalled alter
nearly every appearance. The en
entire company found favor with
the audience nnd were responsible
for considerable merriment. A to
the comedy itself, there'n junt plot
cnouogh in it to bring out the
quaint drolleries of the Yankee
peddler and hi coterie of friends,
likewise hi enemies. "Si I'lunk
ard" neoi ed a point, and will be
greeted by host of friends should
ho return to Tillin. Tiff in, ()., Daily
Advertiser, Nov. 8. I Si Hi. Will up.
pear at the Waterman Tuesday
night Sept. 211.
J. I,. Minor relumed from St.
I.ouis last evening, wdiere he ha
.,.n attending the exposition now
being held there. He reports, the
exposition a grand nuccesn, in every
Charles ThonuiH Dabh in off duty
to-day celebrating his twenty-fifth
birthday ami taking in the demo
cratic county convention which
meet in thi city this afternoon.
Charley has the make-up of a gootl
strong democrat, but Ih not yet old
enough to vote the democratic
ticket w ithout a ni ralch.
IDSUMMEU CLEARANCE SALEf
Iu order to reduco fitock to make room for our tall purchases
we must clotse out the balance of our Summer 6tock as quickly as this
6ible. Commencing to day we will
goodw, embroideries ilouncings and
At 20 Per Out DiK'ount From J.csular Trice,
adies Bummer vests at 8c regular. 10c quality.
" adies summer vests at 10c
J adies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
Ladies black lisle and ancy
' 35 worth 45c
Jadias silk vests at
20 per cent, on all
gO per cent dicsount
Challien reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars 8:)c liallity
Mousseline do India reduced l Ik' per yard.
We make thisolTer in order to reduce stock Now is the time to
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. klvMKM HKk nil of our
good marked in (dain figures nnd we (loan we advertiHo. Don't miss
Ibis na,o as they are the lowest prices quoted this season.
ONE DOOR EAST FjRST NATIONAL.
1 - -: , ISA
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WE PBOPOSE TO BUI
Than ever before offered to the people ofPlattsmoth and.
our stock: is
Constantly arriving and will noon
... ... . llM ,,,,, morestaple ntvlen, and will bo e
posed of the newest and chmcoM productions o domestic and t
manufacture . hor a fit an, excellenc of workmanslmMu.r .,,.
no oeexceiie.i. Ami ttie or.cen that
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
a silk si-iil iilunli u i.-,.i,.. -lu
od natin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for $2 50 Thi!'! r'
al fla amg"' n,nWtM,n """" UuiJHy
sell aUlU. that would be cheap a,
.. for the same garment. In the
elegant and stvlish in the trimm..,!
" ' '"r"'"ii eiissoHwear in endless varitv.
We bought our cloaks early of
to onVr them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early inspec.
tion of our stock.
507 Main Street
offer our entire line ot white
.regular. 15 quality,
Egyptian cotton vests at
mixed vests at 6oc. was a bar-
$1, reduced from $1.23,
on. all oursilk umbrellas
be complete. It will comprint
we olfer them at are ,
II silk seal iilunli 1,..L,.i vu :.... i- .. .
I2V aitlm,, " 1 "J" , r" h! X
fitu.r gn,,,,., v ,,.,,. , ' '8 "
i . C ":, Z .. . "y . - ' '"ng very
both cloth and
for Misnonthm fall and winter will be
Hrst hands and are thereby enabled
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OL D & SON.
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