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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY OCTOBER S 1891
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, . N NUMBER 18 ;::
A eri';:nj cf tartar baking powder,
! iTilu-ft of nil in leavening strenth.
Latest II, S rfvrnn)eJ!t rood Kc
R. A. SALSBURY
: I) K N T-I S T :-
(iOU AM) POKIKLAIN CROWNS.
Dr. Hiclns Hiinilln'tlr fertile pn'nlfn ex
timllno nl tt'etli.
Fine Gold Work 11 Specialty.
Riiekwinid Hlm k rUttmnoiHIi, Neb
THOS POLLOCK R W HYf.RS
Kolary 1'ulillc & Abstracter Hoik It
c&l Estate, Loan and Imnranca Agents
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send tisdcscription, price
Abstracts of title furnished at resin
$100,000 to loan lit 7'i percent and
no coiuitiinnions, on good
POLLOC K A IIYF.RS
i i I u I i r.iui 1 1
(Unre muter Op County l):itik.
1 IIAVK KKCKIVI.I)
lclr Full mriw. fniii- rllili.'ii". Up mul ipilll
klftO A lil oi new Itftbhtb folia llirtp- hllU
in imw m) fr i. Tiiejr iMve lull
llti nl tiHty b'H'il-Hiiit In nr'
V ilrr t l rloi I I aini k out Iihvk in
fi tii-.lr u ;iilr Iihi to i unit to
73 tf In tl llnlliril,
llSS CIU'YLKK. TKIMMKK.
K Jl hT kKUVEIi A Kt'LL LtNB iK
AND WIMF.R HAT3
'io bavr a drpu making d ;irtnipiif . Hut
.' - ,KVOllSTOkK. PLATTSMOUTH
(iol.1) And ruiic'KI.AIN tlto vnm
n rill 1(0 wnrk ml Una Rolil work
7)H. BTKINACH 1,'M'AL rll M othnt Inn
i MUiatiRwivi.il lof f-.'s!t;i tltnctlis u
A. MARSHAL Fitk"ll
F. II. KI.LKXHAl'M, Prop.
lie bent of frrnh meat fllwayn found
in thin market. A I ho frt-nh
Wild KHine of all kindit kept in the
mm SIXTH BTKEET m
lamborlaln'a Eye and ESsla,
A certain rare for Chronic Sors Eyn,
rotter. Bait Mwura, Bcald Head, Old
V Chronlo Bores, Fever Bores, Eczema.
i Itch, Prtlrlo Bcratchej, 6oro Nipples
I tnd runs. It U eoolini kod sootblnir.
I Cundredsofeaaesbavebeoa cured by
' It titer all other treatment bad failed.
It U iut up la S3 nd 60 ccut boxes.
Croup freiitiently finds a house
hold unprepared for its visit, while
yhe repidity with which it levelops
VhIIs for instant treatment. For
ihis dangerous disease Ayer's Cher-
y y Pectoral issn admirable remedy.
t saves many lives
ieep in the house,
Hair fljains, rings, crosses ui
air work of all kinds to order.
Mkb. A. K.NEK.
tf 1720 locust St.
Hollowing m the weatlier report
or the month of September, 1 HJ1 :
First - SOS, a p. in.
Second - rliuihli-r storm, I mi ll.
Fifth - Light rain.
F.ighth " "
Ninth- " "
Tenth-- , .i in.
Foiirleenlh-8Ue,2 p. in.; 70 5,0 p-
in.; daily mean temperature, i.i.i.
Fifteenth -495, 7 p. in.; 830, 2 p.
.; 740,1) p. in.; daily mean tem
perature?, 73 0.
Sixteenth -11 0,2 p. m.
Seventeenth fr) 5, 2 p.m.
Lightcenth - W5.7 p. in.; 04 0 , 2p
i.; 700, u p. in.; daily mean tetn
M-raltire. )C- holies! (lay oi me
Nineteenth -Thunder storm.
Twenty first- dOO, 2 p. ni.
Twenty-second - ( 0 , 2 p. in.
Twenty-third -(HO, 2 p. in.
Twenty-fourth Light ruin.
Twenty fifth- " ." ; l-S in.
Twenty-sixth - " "
Twenty-seventh- " "
Twenty-ninth- First heavy front.
Thirtieth The heavieHt wind thin
season, except Jan. 2!t.
Thin month of September the
hottest one on record. The next
highest wiih that of 1HH4, which
Over 90. tdjfht limed.
A peculiar phenomenon a rain-
l ow wiih Hern on the 24th.
Monthly mean temperature, 07.7 ,
lacking LI 0 of being as high iih
that of August.
Highest temperature, f0, Hih,
lacking 4 5 of being the lint text day
of the year.
Ixwet temperature, 34 5, 2!th.
Rainfall, P4 inches.
Number of rainy days, II.
Prevailing winds, south-west.
Clear days, 7.
Fair days, X."
Cloudy days, 3.
Monthly mean temperature of
minip month lat year, (il.7 5.
nihili st temperature, 1C 3, 2nd.
IajwchI temperntnre, 29 , 2Hth.
The Golden Troupe.
"The Martyr, a.i emotional drama,
Hiving Jlella (ioIiIi-ii every oppor
tunity to dinplay ther exi t itii iiiil
talent and rich wardrobe, will be
the openinir bill of the company.
which openH a two-nibl M enu;iiKe
tnent ut the Waternian next Friday.
A feature of the company U it own
urc.:antr, iin-iii tnc uiri-ctiou ut
Prof. St. Clair and probably one of
the bent on the road thin neaHiur
An excellent band will pve noon
tide and eveninir concerts.
To Hav Another Store.
The enlrrpriHin and proHperoiiM
firm of Mayer Hum. in nut content
with the nwnerxhip und control of
itH two clothino; Htoren, one in thiM
city mid one in Lincoln, and ac
cordingly ban about t'otixummatrd
plutiM f y.uc'.'X u lari;e etock lit
Norfolk. ThiM branch will be in
charge of Sol Mayer noil doiihth'HH
under hit eflicietit mauai-iueut the
Norfolk More, like the one here and
ut Lincoln, will take front rank
among the leading clothing t'Mlah
iiHhmentH ot the city.
Always take your
to Brown St Barrett's.
To Coal Ceheuiner.
All those that do not settle
their laHt season's rony bills with
m- l.y the l'Kh of Oct. next will not
expect to have any iicenniidatioiiH
from tnc this season of course.
Ofllce and yards 44 South Third
street. Telephone, 13.
I nl way try to have a full line nf
nil grades of coal on hand. ,
tf TlMi l MY CLAKK.
Plattsinituth, Sept. 22, 1W1.
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
call and Bee our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you seen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 5 and 75 cents
Cass County Should Take the
Lead in the Enterprise.
AKiit In the Diploy-The Route
Now that it in u Fettled fact that
Cans county m to be represented in
the ndvertiHini; train it behoove"
every one who can to contribute to
the hiiccchh of the enterprise. We
are Cfapublc of rrmkin'tf an exhibit
that will compare favorably with
Hny other county In the Mate, but if
thin matter in left entirely in the
care oi nix or enriit pernotiH we
should not expect a creditable
Hbowinjj or beneficial renultn to
nccrue. Kvery pernotl that received
a premium at the late county fair
and thorn- who did not exhibit, but
can add creditably to the diHplay,
Hhnuld avail thcniHclvcH of Huh op
portunity to hIiow their loyalty to
Ciihh county. The Hccrctary of the
JIiihIiichh Mi'ti'n Annotation cannot,
in all probability, obtain infnrina
tion an to all of our fartnerH that
can add Hotnething materially help
ful, and therefore tlirv mIiihiIiI mil I
wait to be called upon, but im
prove the firnt opportunity to bring
it in nnd it will tie properly at
tended to. There will be about
thirjy cotintieH participating in the
diHplay, and let it be that our rep
resentative may point with pride
to our exhibit anil in no uncertain
Round inform the HpectatorH that
that display belongn to Cash
The route for the exhibition train
Iuih been Helected. It will go eant
via the Burlington line an far iih
Chicago. It will probably ntop in
IllinoiH three tlayn. From Chicago
they will take the Pennsylvania
Logannport, Ind., Marion.
Kidgeville, Bradford, l.'rbano and
ColiiuibtiH, O. ; then north-caM to
Rochester, Pa., and north through
Newcastle and F.rie, returning by
the way of AHhland to Alliance,
and east through Mansfield, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, then return
ing home by the way of the North
western road. If arrangements
may yet be made with a few
counties that are considering the
ild Yimihiiiiy of jOifiiiig iiit? U'.lill, a
run will be made into northern
New York, but this matter ciuinol
be definitely settled until the tenth
of this month.
The cars designed for the exhibit
are now in Omaha. The nrtist who
has been employed to decorare the
cars is already on the grounds and
will arrange the exhibits as soon
as they arrive. The space allotted
to each county will be from eight to
twelve feet, which will afford ample
rixfiu for a taHty and showy ar
rangement of each display.
Kememberthat exhibitors in Cass
county should leave their display
wiih II. N. Dovey, from whom it
will receive proper attention.
The Corn Palace Opena,
The Corn Palace at Sioux City
opened yesterday very auspicious
ly, notwithstanding the inclemency
of the weather. The Mexican na
tional hand has been engaged for
the occasion. Other notable attrac
tion hnve been secured. The
Palace has cost $10,000 and is tine
of the largest exposition buildings
in the country, being 3X0x200 feet.
Not only are the principal counties
of Iowa represented in the display
nf products tint exhibts from all
sections of the country are made.
One entire wing is devoted to the
display of the southern states nnd
Central and South America. The
Palace is decorated inside and out
with corn, grain, grasses itud etc.,
und is lighted with several thous
and electric lights, artificial light
being used day and night.
KxcursiouiHt will come from
Boston, New York, Baltimore, Vir
ginia, St. Paul ami special trains
will be run from all principal points
in the west.
Do not confuse the famous Blush
of Knses with the many worthless
paints, powders, creams and
bleaches which are flooding
market. (Jet the genuine of
druggist, O. II. Snyder, 73 cents per
bottle, nnd I guarantee it will re
move your pimples, freckles, black
heads, moth, tan and sunburn, and
give you ii lovely complexion. 1
Brown A Barrett have just re
ceived n tine line of imported tooth
nnd nail brushes, cloth and hair
brushes. Prices away down. tf
F. E. White 1st in )maba Vultiy.
Hyron Chirk Is la Omaha op legal
P. O. Dounell, It. & M. roadniHHter
is in the city to-day.
Frank Carrtithas transacting bus
iness in the metropolis to-day.
Mrs. C.9. Kaney of Schuyler came
in thin morning for u brief visit.
OMrs. Annie M. O'Rourke is visit
ing in St-Paul with her brother P.
Rev. J. D. M. Huckner was de
tained last evening owing to the
rnin, ond contemplates leaving for
Hebron this evening.
Direct connection made at L'nion
for St. Louis and all points south.
11 is reporter that there is a case
of diptheria near Elmwood, in the
home of R. Robothatn. ,
' Mr. I nruh informs us that there
are more pupils enrolled in the
city schools than there were this
time last year.
Work on the court houne has
been interfered with somewhat by
the rain, but a portion of the force
are working earnestly.
S. M. Chapman departed on No.
this morning for Lincoln, where he
appears as ) iint-nn in the cclebrn
tetl Hutchison murder trial.
Owing to the inclemency of th
weatlier, the Dan I noone to. was
not patroni.ciraH it deserved. The
indications are that "F'aust" will be
even more meritorious and they
should be greeted with a full house
The M. P. R. R. will sell tickets to
St. Louis n ud return Oct. 3 to 10th
good to return Oct. 12th. On ac
count St. I,ouis fni r, at $11. ."), plu
30 admission, Train leaves 10..V)
fti. only one charge and direct con
I. N. Twins, brother of C. S. Twins
accompanied by Mrs. Twins, anil
Miss Laura Twins were oaHsenirers
. (((r ( ,,,,., )iH mornitl r for viMl,
to relative?. Mr. Twlas has recently
rettirueil from an extended trip to
Denver, Canon City and other west
em point'.). ;
S. P. Holloway left at this olTic
three heads of cabbage that are at
Inched ton ningle stalk and from all
appearances have grown from one
seed. Mr. Holloway has a large a
uiount of cabbage ready for the mar
ket und it will be sold ut reasonable
TlIKllEKAI.K force has been em
ployed the pant two weeks, night
and day, in tinier to get the delin
quent lax lint ready for this week's
issue. The lint appears this week
in full, and those not regular sub
scribers to this paper or the Journal,
may obtain a copy of the tax list by
calling at this office. Now that the
runt is over, those wishing job
work done neatly and at reasonable
prices should consult their interests
by calling at TlIK llEKAI.Ii office.
The dedication of the Firnt Dapt
int church will take place Sunday,
Oct 4th. Three nervines will be
held. Rev. O. A. Yv'iiiiams, D. D., of
Lincoln will preach at 11 a. in. A
revival service hy Closes iMerntt, an
early missionary, at 3 p. in., ami 7:iV
p. in. Rev Griffith of Shenandoah
will preacli. i lie House is now
finished above the basement and
the building committee has pre
seated vouchers showing that till
lulls are provided tor tuns tar; so
there will be no hindrance to the
dedication of the church as per the
shove announcement. By order of
the board of trustees.
Per ClIAH. CI.IXK,
The C. W, B. M. will met Saturday
Oct. 3rd at 3 p. m. A full attend
ance is earnestly desired. 'Jt
The board of education nnkn for
bids on fifty tons of lump and fifty
tons of nut coal, best Missouri, Iowa
or Kansas coal ti be delivered
and weighed on city scales. The
board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. Bids opened Mon
day. 3t . I. I'.Nkt'H, Sec'y.
F.ly'n Creuin Balm is especially
adapted as a remedy for catarrh
which is aggravated by alkaline
dust and dry winds.- W. A. Hover.
My catairh was very bad. For
thirty years I have been troubled
with it have tried a number of
remedies without relief. A drug
gist advised 1-ily's Cream Balm. I
nave used only one bottle and I can
say I feel like a new man. I make
this voluntary statement that
others may know of the Balm. -J.
W. Mathewnon, (Lawyer), Paw
tuckct, R. L
jlfli iJMMER CLEARANCE SALEpr ,
I ill - ; s A
i . ' r" A
In order to reduce stock to make room for our-
lliUBW tlUOH VUt IJIC UIHIlllUU Ul UUI
sible. Commencing to day we will
goods, embroideries nounemgs and
At 20 Per Ctnt Dicouut
adles Bummer vests p.i 8o
" adles summer vests at 10c
J adies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 3bv
Ladies black lisle and ancy
35 worth 45c
Ladies silk mixed vests at 6oc
Jilk ,vests at
20 per cent, on all
Per cent dicsount on all our silk umbrellas
Challies reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars 8'3c quallity
Moussehne de India reduced to tic per yard.
We make thisoffer in order to reduce stock Now is the time to
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. RKMIvMBKR all of our
goods marked in plain figures and we do as we advertise. Don't tnisa
this sa,e as they are the lowest prices quoted this season,
ONE DOOR EAST FJHST NATIONAL.
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WE PROPOSE TO SEU
Than ever "before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
OUR STOC K S
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of all the newest as well us Hie more staple styles, and will be com
posed of the newest and choicest productions o' domestic and foreign
manufacture . For a fit and excelleuc of workmanship ourgarments can
not be excelled. And the prices that we offer them at are unprecidented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
WE HAVE n silk seal plush eacque,38 inches long with quilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for $12.50. This gar
ment is a perfect reflection of the plush sacque that is universally sold
at $15 and $20.
"WE HAVE a eilk seal plunk jacket 28 inches long that we can
sell at $1..")0 that would be cheap nt $12..r)0, although some merchants ask
$13 for the same garment. In the finer grades we have something very
elegant and stylish in the trimmed jacket and reefer in both cloth and
TUB PROPER, thing for Misses this fall and winter will be
ackets nnl reefers, the newniarkets being almost entirely discarded.
A'e have both the Jackets and Reefers for Misse's wear in endless varity,
We bought our cloaks early of
to offer them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early inspec
tion of our stock.
WM. HEROLD & SON,
OUIIIIJl'T HI ! , tlH i .
olFur oAr tv.tav h
all o'.-Mil -- ,
1 1 .
cotton vests at
was a bar-
$1, reduced from $1.28
first hands and are thereby enabled
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