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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. SATURDAY- OCTOBER 3
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of nil in leavening strenth.
Latrnt o. Guveinmcni Food Kc
port. H. A. 3ALSBURY
: I) K N T I S T :
;u and ri;K klain crowns.
Dr. Sli hinv aim Vlii-llir lr Ihr tn'nlfft
luu'llix' nf ii-fth.
Fine Gold Work a Specially.
Kiirkwiiiid llloi-k I'lnttvimiiili. Ni'li,
THOS POUOCK R W HYERS
NiiUry 1'nlillr & A l't nw-K-r Solicits
al Estate, Loan ftt.d Iworance Agent
If ynu have real estate to -tl or
exchange send usdcscriplion, price
anil ti l itiH.
Abstract of title furnished at reus
f 1(J i,fx K) to loan at 7'2 percent and
no cnmmisnionn, on good
VOi.UK K & HYKRS
PI.ATTSMOI Til - X'UI.
fllHre iiinlrr (' County Hank.
IWSON A PEAHCE
IIAVK KKI KIVH
u!l tra. tanri rltili -ti. IIia -4l.il iiiilll.
lnt III n Indiliiti cuit- l;n lul"
irh Htnl ff I. Tlii-y Ii.vam full
' Inn "I luliy li'xnl - ami In or
f t rlof i. hi utm-k out lmr ri
ll lli"lr iti .ul..t lint. In
11 rr l iriiuiiiift,
Il ST HKMVUlA KLI.I. LINK (IF
ASD WINTER HATS AND
flmvi' a drew milking itriartmnit. nt-
litiu'ilnn Kiuriiii-ri .
..'WlXIII S lOKK. I'LATTSMOL'TH
ill.l A wi fOUCKt.AIM CKIMXs
Jlriil no work mid line gald work a
HTKIMAirH bOIAI. awi-ll M mint;!,-
hHifKtvn lift Ihr imiiilrwieiiirftrOon o'
L MARSHALL, Fitzgerald Pi
HI X I II SllkkT
V. II. KLI.KXH.U'M, Prop.
Iii iil of frrnh meat alwavit foiiiitl
in thin market A I ho irvnh
l ;i me of all kinU kept In tlii-ir
f IXTH HTKKET m
iznborlaln's Eya And Ekta
-. A certain core lor Chronlo Sore Eyon,
f tier, Bait llhoom, Scald lluad, Old
! 'lironlo Borci, Fever Soros, Eczemt,
ith, Prairla Bcratcbct, Core Nlpploa
'I ,i I'Uisi. It la ooo off tod aooUilDZ.
odroilaof cam bav been cured by
flor ail other treatmeut bad failod.
" rut op In 23 and W coot boxc.
oii fri'(ijfiitly TimtM a lioimi'
1 Hiiirrinrfi for iln viit, while
'relttilitv Willi whii'li il 1iviIihm
i Inr HlMliint treatment. I'or
ita ti y .tou ilHeiie Ayer'n Cher-
clorai im an inlnnralile remedv.
ninny liven every year,
i in the limine,
The appeiiraiu'e of I.rxvin Mur
riH(iu't) I'onipany in "FaiiMt" ai the
opera limine ):ih1 in'uht ,im tlieevent
oftheweaHon in hiHtrionic cirrlcH.
Morrirton wan here Home yearn aii,
liti 1 1 lie performance han been to
vastly improved upon that lie miot
lie looked upon an an entirely dif
ferent actor. Mr. Morrimni taken
juxt rank with Month, Marrett, or
Keene, ami if liin health IioIiIh up
under the ntrain the rendition of
the chancier of 'Mephinto" mib
jwlA it to, he may look forward to
Htill higher triiimpliH.
Xo ierforiiiance in yearn Iian, been
Rrerted fwith greater favor liy n
mont discriminating audience than
the play hint nii;ht. Of the adorn,
Morrinon i pre-emluen1ly the Mar.
Ilia "Mepliir-tu" in alixulufely lie
yoml reproach. The bold cool
,craftueHH, the cotiniimmate nubtlety
of the fiend are portrayed with wucli
realinm that one almoHt feeln the
preneuce in pcrxon of the "arch
doubter," and involuntarily lookn
for another than a mere ntaie pre
Mentation. It in in the more diffi
cult paMMiirfn that Morrinon in ut
bin bent. 1 1 in mipport in excellent
The "Narutu-rite" of Minn Florence
Kobertn in touching ly and exijtiinite
ly beautiful. In Iter emotional
pail Minn Kobertn displays a
depth of feeling which appealn to
the hearln of her audi lorn- mont
Htronjfly. (lifted in many direc
tionn, nhe ban few rivaU to-day on
the emotional ntaije. The balance
of the support in all that can be de
sired. The iiianilicrut jceiv.cijnj
mechanical ellectn hae not been
excelled here in many il day, if ever,
and the beautiful electric and cal
cium etfectn were a delightful sur
prise. It in hoped that Morrison
will put l.niraunport "on the list"
for future eiiiraireinentn. Daily
Journal, !-i;ans4ort, Indiana.
Those who enjoy a first clann
dramatic performance with beauti
ful and elaborate scenery, mechan
ical au! electrical effect never be
fore neen in I'lattsmoiith should
not fail to nee "Faust ami Mar
guerite on Monday iiyht Oct. 5,"
I'ricen, i :Ci. ."HI, 7,1, and two front
rows in panpietle $1.00. 4
A I'l.iy county paper says: "A
farmer rained 1K bunheln of pop
corn and stored it in a barn. The
bum caught firr, the com bcaii to
pop Mini lilled a ten acre field. An
old mare in a neighboring pasture
had defective eye sifrl.t, saw th?
corn, thought it was snow, and lay
ihiwn and froze to death."
Do not confuse the famous Mliixh
of Konen with the many worthless
tiaiutn, powders, criamn and
ideachen which are llnodmy the
market, (iet the genuine of your
druwxint, ( . II. Snyder, '."i centn per
bottle, and I guarantee it will re
move your pimples, frecklen, black
hcadn, ninth, tan ami sunburn, and
give you a lovely cotiipK xi on. I
A Sf"vi-n Wintrp.
Foster predicts one of the
most severe winter, the country
has ever had, with plenty of snow.
If our farmers have faith in the
prophet it might!;? well for tliini
to g-ather their corn early and pre
jime plenty of nliediiiiig for stock.
Kveuing huts u specialty at Wise
il Root's. ill
To Com! Colmumar.
All those that dm not settle
their last season's coal bills with
me by the !th ft Oct. next will not
expect to have any Hccomidatioun
nun me thin neason of course.
Office and yards South Third
Ktreet. Telephone, lit.
I always, try to haven full line of
nil grades of coal on hand.
tf Timothy Ci.akk.
I'lattsiliautli. Sept. 22. IK1II.
Has just opened up a i.riiue
of ladles, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fall to
call and see our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you seen those nob
by Mlssc 8 Caps, all pretty
6hade8, ").", 05 and 73 cents
Rev. Hindley spent last Sunday
at Kagle instructing' Ihcyoiiny peo
ple in their religious, duties.
John Xewham in building a large
addition to his farm residence, ft
will he a nice one when completed.
Knowing; ones say, that the new
crop of corn will not be marketed
anywhere at less than twenty-five
The Iiiblic school of Xehawka
Iiiih been closed on account of that
dread disease, diptheria, being
abroad in that locality.
Paul Johnson has. a remarkable
apple tree in hi orchard. It hnson
it a fine lot of apples and ut the
name time in full of blossoms. Alvo
Rev. Guy Wir.g-atc crime in on the
Hyer Inwt night from F.dgar. lie
comes principally to attend the ded
icatiouofthe Find baptist church
which occurs to-morrow.
The bricklayers and carpenters, a
majority of whom live nt Omaha,
will remain olf duty until the
weather becoines more nuitable for
work in their respective linen.
Rev. Hull and lady returned from
the conference at Lincoln yester
day, to spend another year among
the people here. The re-appoint-
nwnt seems to give g-enera! satis
faction, The republican county central
committee wan called to meet to-day
at Weeping Water, but doubtless,
owing to the inclemencyof the
weather, the representation will not
A Masonic lodge wan organixl at
Klmwood Inst week. George Hatch,
master; R. Robotham, senior
warden, Dr. Root, junior "warden.
It started out with about twenty
Rev. L. F. Mritt.the new Methodist
Mininter, arrived this norniug and
will preach ut the M. F;. Church ut
II A. M. and 7-tO V. M. A cordial ii
vitatiou is extended to all to attend
S. Merril, of Rochester, X. Y., sec
retary of the Maptist Seminary, and
a prominent man in the Maptist
church camr in thin mon'ng to at
tend the dedication vices to
morrow. I'uder the new law twenty-five
physicians, all of whom were active
practitioners, were declared incom
petent to continue in the profession.
This law may serve to protect the
rights of. the people by dointr hwiiv
A pioneer in the person Mm.
Sarah Livingston, of Louisville, de
parted for her final home last
Wednesday, at the advanced age of
Ki yearn. Rev. Cyrus Alton was
called upon to officiate ut the last
The Wabash Xewn nayn that the
families of Mr. Godby am I'wis,
who have had such a severe nfllc
tion with that terrible disease diph
theria, are Improving, but one of
Mr. Godby'n children died last
Wise A Root will display the
finest line of millinery ever shown
in the city on Tuesday and Wednes
day, Oct. 0 and 7. Mm. Wine has
just returned from the east, where
nhe made a specialty of selecting
artistic patterns. Purchasers and
visitors alike welcome. 'M
.Now that it has become an entali
linhed fact that ruin can be pro
duced by explosion TltR HKHAI.n
suggests that the American genius
le stimulated to devise a plan to
shut olf the supply. The universal
comment in that we have had
Kev. iiiiikner lifter arriving at
Hebron last evening' telegrnph to
Mrs. Muckiier, who in still here, that
a box which contained nearly all
their clothing had been ntolen.
This will be quite u serioun loss for
then to sustain, an the box con
tained all their bent clothing.
Strong hopen ore entertained that
the instigators of the nefarious
work will be fereted out ami brought
A. Salisbury, of I'lattsmoiith, re
publican nominee for clerk of the
district court, wan a caller at this
11 Mice Monday, while enroute for
a political tour over the county.
There nu to be n liiirsundcr-
Htauding regarding Mr. Salisbury
an to which one of the boys he
really Is, some believing hint to be
the Weepnig Water Salisbury. The
gentleman who asks the support of
the republican voters thin fall is
Dr. A. Salisbury, of I'lattsmiuth,
and moreover in a staunch repub
lican, and respectfully asks the
support of the republican party.--ImisviSle
M. P.'I'ol'r is in Lincoln today.
R. Orton oolt Xo. 5 for Omaha
R..''Windhain is-in Omaha today
oil legal business.
R. Linn was a passenger for
Onuiha thin morning'.
JlliaH I'epperburg in transacting'
business in Lincoln today.
Henry Stack, who has for the past
year has been employed on a ma
chinest in the nhops, left for Stans
bury, Mo. thin morning.
Laura Worden, of Weldon, la.,
who ban been visiting ut the home
of W. II. Worden, went to Lincoln
thin morning fora visit to relatives.
W.,g. Druy, of Savunah, Mo.,un
employee of the Savanah Democrat,
in in the city visiting ut the home
ofhinparentn Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
About our Neighbor.
From the Echo
Cyrus Alton took charge of the
Klmwood postoflice, October, 1st. '
Mrs. Clara Xeihart will com
menne her term of eight month's
school fit Clear Creek next week.
There seventy-nine scholars en
rolled at the Klmwood school, tint
more will be added as winter draws
D. W. Greennlate, one of our popu
lar young merchants, has been laid
up pari 01 iiiim weeK with a severe
attack of neuralgia in the face.
The growing popularity of L. C,
KickholT, republican nominee for
treasurer, in ipiite stimulating to
the whole county ticket.
j.. ..ii I.., ill. ol i iaitsiiiouth, was
in our city Tuesday and while here
g-ave our oflice a pleasant call and
reiicwedi his subscription to this
grerrf tfmiily Journal.
Rev. Gilmore has been retained
an jiiiiiinicr ai nun place lor an
other year. Thin will make his
fourth year here, which in a little
out of the regular course of pro
Gon Wnt ihn Woortblna Twlnnih,
With this week's issue the Satur
day, irror suspends publication.
IN editor asserts that from a finan
cial standpoint the paper has been
a complete succeKs,atid assigns as u
cause for its discontinuance a "gen
eral disgust for the newspaper bus
inesn. TlIK IlKKAI.D uglad to note
that the pecuniary I anticipations
of the Mirror have been realized,
but is ind I sorry that its editor
entertains such a loathsome hatred
for a business that presents so
many opportunities (or benefitting
the human race; for, really, an a de
vice for the promulgation of
thought and as a medium forsway
ing' the minds of men, the press has
no eipial among the agencies of bu
utterance. The Mirror will be
missed from our table, and whether
it in justly entitled to first place
among' the city papers as a local
medium, as its editor affirms, it
surely deserved front runk among
the weekly papers of the cumily.
The best wishes of TlIK IIkkald o
with the editor of the Mirror in
whatever avocation lie may choose.
Miniaier for C County.
At the Methodist conference held
in Lincoln last week the following
appointments were made for the en
suing year in Cuss county:
J. A. Xicholn, Tnion; W. K. Wil
liams, Mt. Pleasant; C. II. Gilmore,
Klmwood; W. II. Turrell, Fugle and
Alvo; S. I-cwis, South Mend; L. F.
Mritt, I). D.. Plattsmouth; I.. Ing
ham, Greenwood; G. W. Selby,
Iuiinville. Rev. A. C, SleelU wan
elected presiding elder of the
The C. W, M. M. will met Saturday
Oct. Mrd at 'A p. m. A full intend
n nre in earnestly denired. 2l
The boanl of education ask for
bids on fifty tons of lump and lifty
toun of nut coal, bent Minsouri, Iowa
or Kansas coal to be delivered
anil weighed on city scales. The
board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, lluls opened Mon
day. Ut J. I. I'NKl'H, Sec'y.
lily's Cream Malm in especially
adapted us a remedy for catarrh
which in nggravHted by alkaline
dunt Hud dry winds. W. A. Hover.
Druggist, I )en ver.
My cutairli was very bad. F'or
thirty years I have been troubled
with it- have, tried a number of
remedies without relief. A drug
gist advised Kly's Cream Malm. I
have used only one bottle ami 1 can
say I fetd like a new man, I make
this voluntary statement that
others may know of the Halm. -.
W. Matlit'WMim, (Lawyer), Paw
tui ket, R. I.
3131 K II CLEARANCE'S
In order to reduce b took to
we must close out the balance of
a n 1 1 ,1 p.i.ii ,,..1.!.. ,. , . . i ,. .. .
.mv. viiiiiiii;uuiil' to uay wo
goods, embroideries ilouncings and
At 20 Per (Vnt IM-count
Jadies summer vests at
" adles summer vests at 10c
Jadies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
T adies black lisle and ancy
j oo worm
Ladies silk mixed
f adios silk vests at
per cent, on all
gO per cent dicsount
reduced to S cents per yard, regulars'8t,c quallity
ne de India reduced to (tc per yard. J
We make this offer in order
VZiil "f ,he
ft . "" i... .. . kiii aim
...... r.,,.. ,.o j ,v- iuwi-bi jiriees
ONE DOOR EAST FRST NATIONAL.
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WE PfWOSE TO SEU
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
OUR STOCKI S
Coustautly si riving uml will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of nil the newest as well as Ihe inorestaple styles, and will be coin
poncd of the newest and choicest productions o' domestic and foreign
manufacture . For a lit und excellenc of workmaiinhip our garments can
not be excelled. And the prices that we offer them at are unprccideuUd
in the nmoiintnof the cloak trade.
WE HAVE a silk seal plush ssc(pue,3H inches long with ouilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for V 50. This irar
mi nt is a perfect reflection of the plush sacque that is universally -old
ut nntl f-D. '
.. HC'A' VE M l"lk ,al 'I,"'k j'i'k't inches long that we can
sell at f.l.K) that would be cheap at H2.ru I, although some merchants ask
.1 for the game garment. In the liner grades we have something very
elegant Hiul stylish in the trimmed jacket nntl reefer in both cloth nntl
nu sets anil reeiers, tne newmiirkets
have both the Jackets and Reefers for Misse's wear in endless varity,
nnir i mi ii in,- i mi nein iiini neeiers lor i
We bought our cloaks early of
to olfer them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early inspe c
tion of our stock. , )
AT 1 ' - t
male room for
our Summer 1 1,
- 1 1 ,ti
will oiler our
d rcjulT. lOcqualif
regular. 15 ':
" - ilsv'
Egyptian cotton vests', at
vests at 6oc
$1, reduced from $1.25..
ladies shirt waists and"'
on all oursilk umbrellas
to reduce utn-lr V.... : . i. .. .
!,,,ove. K0,."K RKMKMHKR all of our
we on an we advertise. Don't
quoted tins season,
for Misses this fall anil winter will
liemg; almost entirely discarded.
frst hands and are thereby enabled
OLD & SOIf.
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