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PLATTSMOUTO, NEBRASKA. TUESDaV SEBrEWER 29 1891
I A ...... u.t if (nplnf It.iLi.i.r ituri 1 r
' llighest of nil in leavening strcnth.
-I.uti'Ht I', n. (jovcrnment rood Ke-
: I)-K N T-I S T :
(KlU AND I'KKCKLAIN CKOWNS,
I lr, HiclnwHyi n'ilbrtlc firth pHnle ev
Fine Cmld Work a Specialty.
Iturkaood BIik'K Ptutuniniitli. b
' liAHOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
' g fitry 1'ulillcA AbMnwtrr H.ilirlUir
Etate, Loan and InnuraDoe Agi'cU
' It yu liiive rrai reii.ie in scil or
: . ' exchange send usdescription, price
' and terms.
A bstracts of title furnished nt reas
f HIOIU) to loan itt 7'j jut rent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK A HYKKS
Oftlrr umlr ' County lizzt.,
mUWSON A PCARCK
HAVE KH KIVKIl
tirlr Full it raw., funr? illilnma. llpt and Ulllt
io loi ol new Iiflilon run Up hitl
in lrw nd fc I 'I hry hxvt a lull
llur ul liatiy hnnl-mil In i.r
W t. flour nlil .fork out have rr
ducrd tbi li imw ntlnr hat to 40 mid to
7It rn l iimiini-il,
MISS SCIICYLKK, TK1MMKK.
if' .r ;: ' 7
UOI.II AMU POKC'KI.AI CKOANs -Briil
no work and Hon gold work
DK. HTKIKAIIM LOCA I. u rll m othsr 'wi
OTtllcllCKKKlun lllf tllf lilUlllFMFllntCllllll ul
fc C. K. MARSHALL. - PituenilJ -
W. II. I'icki-iiM in in Onuiliii todu) .
Win. Millrr went to Omnhii tliin
morning to work.
T. II. Sti-vi'min, of Ncliniitku City,
lit in the city tixtiiy.
Mm. Joe Kline wun 11 puiiHfimrr
tin the early train for Onialiii.
The Troup t'Hine in on tlie K. I',
thin miirniiijf frniu Oiniiha.
Mrn. Mny Humi of Chicno in viriit
i ri n lu-r mother. Mm. Vuniitta.
J. II. Waterman of Lincoln came
in on the St hu ler thin mur 11 i 11 tf .
Mm. Frank I'nliner returned thia
morning from an n tended viwit to
Wat. FUlmen, John Milium and
Jim Johna arc duck hunting over
the river to-day.
A. If. Oray Htiatained juite a
painful injury to-day by accident
ally mndiing the tore linger on hi
Mra. I.ivingntone mid daughter,
Jeanet, who have been viaiting at
Ann Arbor, Michigan, Chicago and
other c.ihIi i ii (mint returned home
The Lincoln Journul apcaka in
high term of a very large and fine
plant dnnated to the laboratory by
our enternrininir florin!. W. I.
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TSjc ".".i I'lunkard" Comedy Co.
arrived thU tnoriiing on No. 4 and
indication are that it will merit
the patronage of our jieoplc. The
play in peculiarly a novel one and
cannot fail to Interest, aniline and
instruct. The company Mipimrtn
an excellent band and attired in
farmera' garb It pre ton I a a novel
1HEFICH r FOR PURE FOOD.
Buoctn of th Elfurta to Scotch Bad
Baking Powktri -The
HggrcHtu've war waged by the
Royal linking Powder Company
upon the hoaU of adulterated and
impure baking powder told
throughout the country ia bavin
a deairable effect. The acandaloua
attacka upon the Royal company
by the manufacturers of the impure
good (which are made doubtleaa
aitll from a apirit ot revenge and
in the hope of breaking the effect
of the damaging expoaurea) allow
that they nre hit, while the oflicial
reports which have come from vari
ous: public authorities, fully corro
borating the statements made by
the Royal company, havenwakened
a wholeaome public aentimeut in
favor of rcprcaaive laws, skliirli
menns miachief to the illegitimate
The Royal Making I'owder Com
pany set out some time ago to ex
pose, the character and to break up
the sale of adulterated baking
powders. Having found from an
examination nt many ' nprcimcna
there was it large number of brands
actually injurious in the market,
they brought the matter before the
public and denounced the makers
by name in the press and to the
health authorities. The affair was
taken up by physicians. Hoards ol
Health, and legislatures through
out the country, Chemists were em
ployed to test the various powders
in the market, and the governient
itself directed analyses to be made
before it would purchase the
supplies needed for army, navy
and Indian uses.
The results justified the charges
made by the Royal company. Not
only were the majority of baking
powders in the market found to be
lergely adulterated, but many of
them were ascertained to contain
alum and other pnisionous ingre
dients to such an extent as to
render them positively unsafe for
tine in human food.
In making the charges the Royal
Making Powder Company did not
hesitate to enter into competition
with every other baking powder in
the country, and it ia a public sat
isfaction that in the eiflicial tests by
the government anil state chemists
and by Hoards of Health, the Royal
Making Powder has been declared
to be the superior of all others in
strength, purity and wholesome
ness, and absolutely free from all
inferior or determined substances.
From recent official reports it is
evident that the alum ami other
wine impure goods have again
come upon the market in danger
ous quantities and their old enemy,
the Koyal, is airain upon the war
path. In continuing its warfare
against these good the Royal is
meeting with the old time otipoxi
tion and abune. The public, how
ever, will appreciate, as heretofore,
both the object of the abune and
the action of the Royal company,
and award full juMit e In lin- (om.
pany that so fearlessly standn up
for its protection from such adven
tures. To Cual Cohaumar.
All those thiil
their last season's coal bills with
me by the Kith of t let. next will not
(pri-t to liHva toty "".en:!:::!::;:::::.-!
from me this season of course,
llflice and yard VH South Third
street. Telephone, 13.
I always try to have u full line of
all grades of coal 011 hand.
tt TIMOTHY CLAr-K.
PlBttsinulh, Sept. 2"-', N"1.
Always take your prescriptions
to Hrown & Harrett's. if
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
fore you buy your Fall or
Wiuter goods. Don't fail to
call and 6ee our prices. We
beat 'era all.
Have you seen those nob
by Missts Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, (15 and 75 cents
The council met in regular ces
sion. All members present except
A.Salisbury and W. I Hrowne.
A petition of T. H. Hrown and
others praying for liberty to do
more work on Kight street north of
Timber, was presented and prayer
of the petition granted.
Petition of Peter CarlHon and
others praying for permission to'
work out poll tax was presented
and prayer granted. ,
A petition of J. M. (irace and
others praying for permission to
keep saloons running until 11
o'clock rather than 10 as provided
in ordinance 33. On motion the ju
diciary committee was instructed
to draft an amendment to ordin
ance 33 to the effect of the prayerf
On motion the report of the
finance committee wan adopted and
in order for the same was
authorized drawn on the treasury.
Fred Herrmann, dry goods. . $ 8 72
l.eo. I'oisal, street com 22 00
H. Holloway, special police. . . 7 00
A. H. Knotts, printing 16 00
I Reinhackel, spec'! police. . . 4 00
Win. Oenry, hand labor , 1,1 00
John Monroe "
G. Swobody "
R. Johnson "
C. Wheeler "
J. Vanda "
Wm. Hrantner "
C. W. Green
Geo. I'oisal, team work.l 55 00
Jones & FiU'd
A. G. Green
On motion the report of the com
mittee on sidewalks, to the effect
that certain walks be repaired, was
adopted and ordinances to thai ef-
feet ordered drawn up. '
On motion the incline on side
walk at the livery stable on Sixth
street was ordered removed and in
addition the walk was ordered
made a legal width.
On motion a resolution to the ef
fect that Hayes' udTtllion n
proved was adopted.
On motion the following registrars
of voters were appointed for the
First ward: Fred Hlaek, M.
O'Rouke. Uan Coffey.
Second ward: P. E. Ruffner. 11.
C. McMaken, Wm. Hrnnter.
Third ward: ( has. Twins, O. M,
Streight. W. II . Mann.
Fourth ward: Henry Ofe, C. O'Cim
nor. W. J. ThomaK.
Fifth ward: J. Williams, A. J.
Graves, J. L. Minor.
On motion the clerk was au
thorized to purchase registration
books as chcapl) an possible.
On motion the meeting ad
journed. Hv Dr. U-!'t Cominj
It has beeir authoritatively an
nounced that Rev. Hritt, I). i of
Hastings, has been appointed to
succeed Rev. Huckner as pastor of
the M. K. church in this city. Rev.
Hritt hiA b. t ii ! Hied nt Hastings
for the past live years, and is every
where conceded to be one of the
strongest uud most popular min
isters in the Methodist Conferenci.
He will arrive next Wednesday and
occupy the pulpit next Sunday.
Ha Failed to Arriva.
After learning that Rev. Huckner
would not be returned to the
pastorate in theM. E. church at this
place, the members of the church
planned a farewell reception to he
given at the parsonage hint eve
ning. Everything worked smoothly,
until a telegram was received from
Rev. Huckner, stating that he
would not-urrive as he had previ
ously announced, but would be
detained until the IT. Ml iust. This
was a disappointment to all, but a
highly sociable time wan enjoyed
until nuitcHlatc hour. Doubtless
the reception will be held at a later
date, when there will tie no doubt
as to Rev. Huckner's presence.
The members of the church
greatly regTtt that he will
not labor with them another
year, and the best wishes of all go
with him to his new field of labor.
Pol lee Court.
As we go to press .piile an
Interesting case ia pending itt the
police court. A Mr. Nell incuses
Cade Rogerst.f having stolen a sum J
of money from the former. We
shiill give the result to-morrow. '
Utift w ill uud testament of Fred
erec Gorder admitted to probate
Hond of Executrix and Executor
fixed at 120,000. J
.- Suite Hank of Elmwood vs. Jas.
Huce. Suit on promissory note.
On trial to court.
State Hank of Elmwood vs. Henry
Hollenbeck. Suit tin promissory
note. On trial to court.
License to wed issued to Mr. John
H. Huettc and Mias Sophia M.
Goellner, both of Avoca.
In the matter of the adoption of
Ixmiu K. Bosburg. On application
of John Guehlstorff, decree of adop
tion entered, with full right as heir
under name of Louis K. Gttehltorff.
Nebraska City Driving Park and Fair
"fl ? Aaaociation.
-J.LThk Hekald acknowledges the
receipt of a complimentary ticket
and blso program of the thfee days'
meeting of the Nebraska City
Driving Association. It ia evident
that lovers of good racing will be
well provided for as some of the
best "flyers" in this section of the
country will be there. The dates
are Oct. 14-1(1.
In order to give a local coloring to
the sceenry used the new "On the
Trail, or Dan'l Hoone", it has been
painted from eketchca made in the
vicinity of Hoonsborough, Ken
tucky, by special artist Goodfellow,
of New York. No expense has been
spared to give the play the most
perfect setting. The principal
scenes, are a Kentucky clearing,
Hoone s early home, with a fac
simile of the first cabin ever erected
in the state, Eagle Rock Falls, an
Indian Encampment, a Mountain
Glen, and Interior of Donne's New
Home. The scenic effects used in
the burning of Boone's cabin at
the end of the first act are startling
and realistic in the extreme. The
play of Dan'l Hoone will be pre
sented at the Waterman Thursday
( ct.lst. prices, 25, 35, 50, and 75 cents.
Notice w. u T. U.
Regular meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance I'nion will
be held in the Methodist church
to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
There will be reports of the state
convention held in Omaha last
week. This is n matter of interest
to every member. I-t everyone
that can do so attend this meeting.
Kcp tne Peace.
Iii the police court yesterday the
case of Mrs. Kolaska vs. Mrs. Nancy
Chandler developed the fact that a
bad slate of affairs exists in tin
section of the city in which these
people reside. The testimony indi
cated that both sides were impli
cated and it was difficult to ascer
tain which was the most at fault.
It appears tube a general neighbor
hood wrangle, abusive language
and actions having been indulged
ill by both men and women, that
were fur from becoming decent
people. The parties, from all ap
pearances, were ready to come to
blows in the court room and doubt
less would had not the police inter
fered. The Vacaney Filled.
The central committeemen for the
First district of county cominis
siouers met to-day and nominated
S. W. Dulton to till tin VHCHrtcy
caused by the resignation of A. H.
In selecting Mr. Dilttou the com
mittee makes an eminently wise
choice. He is almost the unani
mous choice of the republicans of
the county, and enter- the rice
with every element of strenirth es-
sential for J! successful canvass, in
asmuch as he possesses the essen
tial characteristics to make a good
officer and is popular with all
Hrown A Harrett have just re
ceived a line line of imported tooth
and nail brushes, cloth ami hair
brushes. Prices away down. tf
Mr. W. A. Derrick, well and
favorably known to our citizens,
recently appeared in concert at
Salina, Kan., and is thus compli
mented by the Republican of that
city. "Mr. Perrick has a uiagnili
eent voice, and in his singing he
combines inusicianly feeling and
almnst perfect eiinuticialion, Mr.
Derrick was on for two solos and
was obliged to respond to an encore
each time. His solo, 'My Little
Woman.' seemed espei Inlly adapted
to Ion voice, ami the manner m
which he sang it will be lonir
Mrs. Perry Walker returned this
morning from a six weeks' visit at
ifllDSUMJIEU CLEARANCE SALE
In order to reduce 6tock to make room for our fall purchase
VTA miliar, nlnco nut tlio Knlona A m. U,rtW,nB .,. .. I. ...
Blblft. ( Villi nietieiriiF to rlav urn
goods, embroideries Countings and
At 20 Per Cent Discount From Kcsular Trice,
jadies summer vests at
" adles summer vests at 10c regular. 15 quality,
adies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
Ladies black lisle and ancy
35 worth 450
T adies silk mixed vests at 6oc, was a bar
' a -,75c, '
Jadias silk vests at
Per cent, on all
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gO per cent dicsount
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NE DOOR EAST FIHST NATIONAL
I ill JJ IKS
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WE PB0PG8E TO SELL
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
OTJ33, STOO SZI S
Constantly - arriving and will soon he complete. It will conu.rise a full
range ll the newest as well as the more staple styles and w)e com
rrf"' t he "T" "c1 ,'h.oic,,, Productions o domestic am feZ
manufacture . l or a fit and excellenc of w.irkmatishipourtrar nerit. In?,
no. he excelled. Ami the prices that we olfer them a 'ri ! S
in the amounts of the cloak trade. ""prtciiu nttu
iia rr,1,T,ion ,,,e
sel.yS oeHeh,r !,, tTuX ' l'" ,""t W' f
m f.r the same garme! t. Th" SnriT"v -k
eh-gan, and stylh in ,e ,rimf tX,t "ffM
. THE PROPER lliinir for Misses ll.i. f:.ll u...l ..
We Solicit your favors and an early inspec
tion of our stock.
WM, HEROLD & SON,
507 Main Ftrwt riattsmoulh, Neb
will i.ifi.r .,, ,,.,i:.... !:.. 4 i
cumc jaic ol Willie,
8c regular. 10c quality.
Egyptian cotton vests at
$1, reduced from $1.28,
ladies shirt waists and
on all oursilk umbrellas
ipioieu tins season.
.-iisseswenr tn emllass varitv.
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