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PLATTSMOUTH, NE3RASKA, TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1891
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A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highoist of all in leavening strenth.
latest U. S. Government Food Ku
CR. A. SALSBURY
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OOLI AND PORCELAIN CKOWXS.
lr. Sieluways an;i-si!i-ttc frrtlie imM'Ii i-'' i
trad lor of tt-etli.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block riitttsnii.i.: '. Neli.
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
- Notary Public & Abstract -r Solicitor
eal Estate, Loan acd Insurance Ajrents
If you have real estate to' sell or
exchange send usdcscriptioo. price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at 7'2 percent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK A. 1IYKRS
PLATTSMOUTH - NEIt.
Office under Can County l?:itik.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney ar-Law. Will give prompt aftnttoi)
to all ouKine-s eiitnifted to htm. office In
UnloiyMock. iwt Side. Hatte mouth. Neb.
jCAWSON & PEARCE
f It AVE KECE1VEI)
Their Fall straws, lanry ribbons, tips nnd quills
also a lot vt new facliion cone shap hats
ill straw and fe t. They li ive a lull
line ol baby hrod-" and iu or
rier to close old stock out have re
dnced their t-iraw ailr liat to 40 ami to
75 ce ts triinnied.
MISS SCIIUYLKK. TKLMMKK.
HAVE Jl'ST KEC1VEI A FULL LINE OF
FALL AND WINTER HATS AND
- We Jo have a dress making department. Sat
Shekwood Stoke. Plattsmouth
(JOLD AXD PORCELAIN CROWNS -Bridge
work and fine gold work a
DB.8TE1NACS LOCAL as well an other Shu
MthetlcsxiTen for the painless extraction o
a A. MARSHALL. - Fitzgerald P1-'
F. II. ELLENBAUM. Prop.
The beJft of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
1 Kjpt and Butter. -
Wilt jjfame of all kinds kept in their
Sleepness nijht-matle miserable
by that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
edy is the cure for you. br F, G
Frick-and O II Snyder. . 2
Croup . frequently finds a house
hold unprepared for its visit, while
the repidity with which it develops
caller for "instant treatmenL For
'this dangerous disease Ayers Cher
ry Pectoral is an admirable remedy.
It eavee many lives every year.
Keep in the house,
IPC' McMacken is in Omaha to
day A. H. Knotts matleatrip toOmaha
J. R Tipton, of Cedar Creek, is in
O. li. Polk, of Greenwood, is iu
the city to-day.
Fred Gorder, of Weeping Water,
is in the city to-day.
A. C. I .oder came in from Green
wood this morning.
Hon. II. I). Travis is attending
court in the city to-day.
A. C. Grimes returned this morn
ing from a northern trip.
John Kuliney was a passenger
this morning for Nebraska City.
J. II. Ilaltleiuau of Weeping Water
is in the city to-day on business.
J.W. Berge, editor of the New
Kra at South Bend is in town today.
A. B. Todd left this morning for
Maywood on a short pleasure trip.
Laura Twiss left this morning
for Maywood for a brief visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kichardson left
this morning for Iowell for a few
weeks' visit to relatives.
Mrs. Meek Davis, of Murray, ac
companied by her daughter, Cora,
spent the day in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gault were passen
gers for Omaha last evening to be
gone the remainder of the week.
Rev. W. B. Alexander, formerly
pastor of the M. K. church, at this
place, came iu on No.4 this morn
ing. He will officiate at the funeral
of the little daughter; of R. Peter
son. John Mathews accompanied by
his mother returned to his home in
Oregon this morning. He was ac
companied as far r-r-ti-niaha by Jas.
Mathews and daughter, Luella.
Mattie Vickers to-night.
Register! Register!! Register!!!
Old papers for sale at this office, tf
Waxteh - Some good cotton rags
at this ofiice. tf
The Mattie Vickers troupe is in
the city, ready for the performance
to-night at the opera house.
The city council is evidently in
better trim for effective work dur
ing cool than warm weather.
To the races held at Nebraska
City, Oct. 15, 1G and 17, the Missouri
Pacific will sell round trip tickets
for $1.06. Good , to return until the
Lid to Rest,
The funeral of John Ptlughaupt
took place this afternoon, under the
auspices of the A.O. U. W. lodge of
which the departed was an honored
member. A large delegation of the
immediate friends of the deceased
followed the remains to Oak Hill
cemetery, where the interment took
Good Fveniug! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my saying
any thing further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
Famous Blush of Roses for your
complexion. Yours with best
Flora A. Jo.nes,
South Bend. Ind.
P.S. Call this eve please at .O. H.
Snyder and learn the particulars.
St. John's Altar Societ3' will hold
a social at the residence of Asher
Clark, 4tia Vine street, on Thursday
evening, Oct. 15. Everybody invited.
J. P. Autill will give you a dish
of milk stew oysters for only 20
cents, cash. tit
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
fore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
cail and see our prices. We
Have you Jseen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 05 and 75 cents
A VERY BUSY SESSION
City Council Meets and Import
ant Matters are Considered.
Petition Acted Upon Favorably Bill
Kvery member of the council was
present except Dove.
Minutes of previous meeting read
A communication of Mrs. : M.
Carrol was presented, asking that
grading be done in front of her
residence to the amount of $75, that
amount having previously been ap
propriated. A communication of Geo. Dovey,
L. C. Stiles and others protesting
against the poor light given by
street lamps and asking that the
matter be looked after. The mayor
volunteered to take the matter in
A petition of J. C. Williams, Levi
Churchill and others, praying that
tne Billings graveyard located on
the corner ol what should be
Holdrege and Porter streets, be re
moved. The petitioners allege that
the health of their families is en
dangered. On motion of Browne
the matter was referred to the cit3'
attorney forVhis opinion as to the
legal right of the city to cause the
removal of the cemetery.
A petition of Geo. Howlaud and
others, that a sidewalk be ordered
constructed on Clare street, run
ning south to Rock Bluffs avenue
to city limits. A motion was made
to grant the prayer of the petition.
On motion of Jones the motion was
amended to the effect that the mat
ter be referred to the committee on
The report of the chief of police
showed that $1250 had-been col
lected from fines assessed.
1 The report of the finance commit
tee was read. There was an ob
jection raised to allowing certain
bills, owing to the fact that work
had been done that had never been
ordered by the council. The re
port a.s presented as follows was
Tom Kllis... l(i O)
Jas. Kohoulek 3 00
John Monroe 15 00
JohnYanda 38 20
F;d Bates . 18 00
Chas, Wheeler 15 00
Geo.Poisal 26 00
facobStull 30 00
Geo. Poisal 58 50
C. W. Green '. S 25
A. G. Green 28 50
Robl. Johnson 14 25
Jones & Fitzgerald 27 00
Will Beveraire 4 50
Chas. Hempel 7 20
Wm. Brantner 11 70
Win. Gintry 14 25
Jos. Swobody 12 75
Plattsmouth Water Co 12f52 50
J- F.Johnson 4 20
W. K. Fox 78 65
Fremont Tribune 15 00
J. C. Coleman. 150 00
Weidmau St Breckenfeld 30 00
Platts. Gas & Klec't L't Co. . . 317 50
BUSINESS TAX FUND.
Robt. Karnes 45 00
John Fitzpatrick 45 00
J. R. Denson 45 00
S.S.Archer : ...... 50 00
J. B. Strode, of Lincoln, presented
a bill of $250, an aniouut alleged
due him for services rendered the
city in 'suits at law. After quite a
lengthy discussion the bill was al
On motion the board of public
works was authorized to put in a
sewer on Fourth street.
On motion South Secoud street on
Wintersteen Hillwas ordered placed
in good condition.
An ordinance was adopted mak
ing it unlawful for saloons to open
belore 5 a. m. or remain open later
ihnu 11 p. m.
On motion of Murphy the city at
torney was instructed to commence
suit against the city of Ogalalla. for
compensation due for a fire engine
sold that city. "
On. motion of Brown action was
ordered laken to compel the Water
company tb'put in hydrants as per
previous order 'of the council. It
was further agreed that if the com
pany 'failed to comply, within six
months that franchise be abolished.
On motion the street commission
er was authorized to remove, ob-'
strtiction in the street through the
Billings place between Kighth and
On' motion the judiciary com
mittee was ordered to draft an
ordinance setting apart a portion
of the public grounds for cemetery
On motion of Gutsche the judici
ary committee was authorized to
draft an ordinance calling a special
election to vote upon a proposition
to purchase a ten acre tr"act of land
offered by Adams Kurtz at $100 per
The special committee appointed
to investigate conduct of chief of
police' reported that after a
thorough investigation charges as
made by the resolution were found
to be untrue. Mr. Murphy opposed
the report asserting that the evi
dence plainly demonstrated that
charges were' fully substantiated.
It was evident that the committee
had applied a thorough coat of
white wash and sought to shield a
guilty man. The report was
adopted by a vote of 5 to 4.
On motion a resolution was
adopted to the effect thatthe mayor
be authorized to instruct the police
as to their duties and instructed to
see that such orders are strictly
obeyetl. After the adoption of this
resolution quite a lengthy discus
sion was indulged in as to the ef
ficiency' of our present police force.
It appeared to be the general opin
ion that burglaries had been com
mitted; saloons were permitted to
remain open later than the hour
disignated for closing; that thej
were open on Sunday, in many in
stances, all of which the police had
power to checkmate or prevent.
On motion the council adjourned
'til Monday evening.
To-morrow is registration day.
Our readers doubtless remember
that a few weeks since a resolution
was introduced at a regular meet
ing of the city council charging the
chief of police with seriously neg
lecting duty and even directly vio
lating instructions given y the
council. A committee composed of
W. L. Browne. D. M. Jones and Chas.
Petersen was appoitited with in
structions to investigate the mat
ter and report the findings to the
council.' Several witnesses were
subpoenaed and testimony taken
that appeared to substantiate fullj'
the charges made. The committee,
however, made a report exhonerat
ing the chief and by a close vote it
If j'ou desire to vote this fall,
Rail rioad Racket.
John Monroe begins work as
Owing to an increase in business
on the B. 6c M. line it has been found
necessary to add two extra engines.
They arrived this morning from the
Q. line and extra trains were made
Carpenters are at work repairing
the telegraph office and rendering
it in better condition for the winter.
There will be a regular meeting
of the directors of the Livingston
Loan & Building Ass'n., Thursday,
Oct. 15, 1891, at 7:30 p. m., at the sec
retary's office over Gering & Co's.
drug store.' IIexky A. Gering,
A Democratic Jubilee.
The prominent members of the
democratic party of this place have
arranged for a grand rally on the
evening of Oct. 16. Hon Wm. D.
Bynum.of Indiana, one of the great
est deciples of " democracy' in the
country, will be the orator.' Dele
gations coining from Greenwood
and other points this side will ' be
granted tickets at one and one-th ird
There will be a meeting of the
Agricultural Society on Saturday',
Oct. 17. at the office of the secretary
at F. Gorder's store at 2 o'clock, p.
m. d2t wit
J. R. Vallery, Pres.
Da ti Miller, Sec.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held in M. E. church,
to-morrow, Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. - A large attendance is
The funeral, of Pearl Peterson,
was helc? -at the M. E. church at 2:30
this afternoon. Rev. Alexander, of
UniverMty Place, officiating. A
large concourse of friends gathered
to participate in the sad rite and
manifestations of sympathy for the
bereaved parents were shown on
OUH FALL AND WINTMU STOCK.
DRY - GOODS - AND
Zs How Complex i-aall opartmants,
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANk'ETS AND COM FORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
GLcOaiS ajTD SUliWTcS.
""7 HAVE never hliown so large si line in this department.
We call special attention to our l-ire assortment of Reefers.
Military and Ilij Coat i-hapes trimmed with Mink, Sea', Astrachan,
Mnlialoon and Coney furs.
Our line of flush Sacqnes are cheaper thaji evv helore. Full
lines of Childrens and Misses Ch-aks and Jackets.
nNE DOOR EAST
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR -
Wt TmVQBt TO Btll
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
OTJIR, STOCK IS
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of all the newest as well as the more staple styles, and will be com
posed of the newest and choicest productions o domestic ami foreign
manufacture . Foja fit and excellenc of workmanship our garments can
not be excelled. And the prices that we offer them at are unprecedented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
"WE H-AVE a silk seal plush tacque,38 inches long with quilt
ed satin lininir and seal ornaments that we can sell for $12.50. This car-
rraetit is a perfect reflection of the plush sacque that is universally sold
at lo ana 3U.
"TOTE HAVE a silk seal plusk jacket 28 inches long that we can
sell at $9.50 that would be cheap at $12.50, although some merchants ask
$15 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
plush. - '
THE PROPER thincr for Misses this fall and winter will be
jackets and reefers, the newmarkets being almost entirely discarded.
We 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 ins; ec
tion of our stock.
WM. HEROLD & SON.
507 Main Ptrect
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants in
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests and
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under
wear. Full lines of Ladies Fine wooC
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scarlet and white
at prices as low as the lowest.
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r'rst hands and are thereby enabled
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