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lof tartnr baking powder,
'.all in leavening strenth.
K Government Food Re-
. S-NT-I-S-T :
:i-nlietli Isrtha (ciliiim cv
irilor of li'Mli.
,i Work a Specialty.
,K llllllMMK 'I'll. Neb.
' K R V HYEHS
ililic &. Atmnvur Solicitor
Loan ard Inrurane Ar-nto
i have real estate to cell or
i -.ge send im description, price
, "'acts of title furnished at reus-
J ( onable rates.
'00 to loan at 7'j per cent and
' to commissions, on good
i i lartn aecuritv.
j 1'OI.LOCK 1IYISRS
" f (Mire under Ca Coui.ty nill.
A. N. StJLLIVAN.
ffj '-l.w. prnmul iti-nlln
Eii t'li.airx rntnill ( linn. Inllca lb
AWKON A PEARCH
HAVE KF.( KfVF.f
J io a lot of iifw liililnn rune mib UM9
S In Mix w1 fr I. Ihry h.tu lull
( llur l Iml'T h"'ul- kinl In of
t? drr I.I rlrM l l'l Kl'u k Ollt llBVf t
ducrd tUell irnw mil. rluil. lotoai.d lo
MISS SCIIUYLKW. TKIMMKK.
A VK JIHT l Ell A KI LL LI.VB OF
'ALL AKD WI'TER HAT3 AIID
t M. Iiuc dir maVli'i rtr-pAr'.mf I.
IIKIf WIMIIlSTOKR. PLATTHMOUTI!
1 V rVtiiXf
irOI.K ASP POKCRUIN CKOWNH -
Bridgu work and fin iculd work a
lit STFINAI'H HC A I. M H M ottior tab
U)UkWf furtho ptlnlawaiUartloD o'
I A. MARSHALL, KiUu'enild
iM SIXTH HTUKKT
F. II. KLI.KNHAl'M, Prop.
he beat of fresh meat always found
in this market Also fresh
Fgga and Hutter.
d game of nil kinds kept in their
im MIXTII TKKT . ff)
Sleepness night made mint-ruble
f-y tliHt terrible caugli Shilohs rem
' ly is the cure for Toil, by F. (i
rick, nml O II Snyder. 'J
iroup frequently finds a house
s' unprepared for it visit, while
' repnlity with which It oevelorts
lis for instant treatment. For
I dangerous diHease Ayer'sCher-
i Pectoral is an iidiiiinible remedy.
leaves mnuy lives
Sep ill the house,
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Horn -To Mr. and Mra. Ifort Pol
lock, n !auf;liter. Ilcrt npprehendH
t i . t there will lie a loom in the bank
in and loan buaineHH owing to
the incre.'iHe of population.
1 he home of Mr. and Mrs. Chan.
I'aniiele was gladdened by the np-
pearance of a daunhter hint Friday.
A Cm County Potato Cnwar.
C K. White, of Nehawka, has
proved to be the moot expert pota
to grower of whom we have heard.
From one butdicl of uecd he recent
ly stored a-ny fifty bushels and
one peck. One vine meantired
eight feet in length ond produced
neventy-two potatoes all of which
were of marketable ize and qual
ity. They are of the White Klc
pliant variety, namplcH of which
may be seen at this office.
Prof. Hicks, the weather prophet,
hasthe htorins down for this month
Storms originating in September
will reach their crims Oct. 2. A
smart danh of early winter will ap
pear on the heels of these storms
F.quinox of Venus on the 7th will
greatly intensify reactionary dis
turbances on the 6th and 7th. The
10th to 13th will call for dangerous
storms, enpeciulty on the Inkeri,
The most concrned please note this
fact. Cold and freezing will follow
to the north until higher tempera
ture on the 17th ond lHlli reacts in
to secondary storms. From the 22d
to the 25th is a period in which
Vulcan, Mercury, Venus and Moon
will combine their disturbing
forces. Luke and sea navigators
ought to be watchful of such indi
cations. Snow in extreme north
and west, with sleet. Reactionary
storms about 2Mh, followed by
District court convenes to-day at
2 p. in. In all probability regular
sessions will beyJield each day
during the week y)
We have sold Fly's Cream Halm
about three years, unci have re
commended its use in more than n
hundred special rases of catarrh.
The unanimous answer to our in-
?uiries is'lt's the best remedy that
ha veever need." Our experience
is, that where parties continued itn
iihc, it never fails to cure.-J. II.
Montgomery, A Co., Druggists, De
When I began using Fly's Cream
Malm my catai rh was so bad I had
headache the whole time and dis
charged n large amount of filihy
matter. That has almost entirely
disappeared and have not had head
ache science. J. Somiiicrs.Stepliney.
Mr. C. It. Jones, of Spring Hill
Iowa, sas: "l have used Chamber,
Iain's Pain Halm for severe and
painful burns with better elfecl than
any thing I have e:er tried. It re
lieves the pain instantly and enres
without leaving a scur." Pain Halm
is one of the most useful medicines
that any families can be provided
with, especialy for rheumatism,
lame buck, sprains, bruises, tooth
ache, car ache and like ailments.
One application will relieve the pain
and ii fair trial insure a cure. )
cent bottles for sale by F. G. FrickJ
A Co. Druggists.
During balance of picking season
I will continue to pay the hitrhest
market price for good varieties of
winter apples nt cannniug factory.
2(lt F,i Somkkh.'
Ladies who use cosmetics or pow
ders to cover up or hide n bad com
plexion, do not know that O. II.
Snyder can furnish them with Hlush
of Koses, which is clean water, puri
fies the skin, and positvely removes
black heads and all skin diseases
1'aeS (be shiny look flout the face
and whitens It soon as applied
WAnlfd An arll. rrllulilc maa-MUry tT
In tm montlilr. altb inrrsaw.. mi rr nrwiii
in klf owd mUiib moitiiili Nrw York
llnilta. Krfltrpiin'. MunvtMl I'HKU, lK
Hoi IfiKft, tir York.
tia3 Just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Child reus
all wool underwear finJ ha
lore you buy your Fall or
Wiuter goods. Don't fail to
call and see ourprice3. Wt
beat 'em all.
Have you seen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, T., (;." and Cr'nts
f 11 FfiSL
febranka in llllnoi. ' . '
The special correspondent for'
the Hee writes as follows regard
ing the attention paid the truin in
"Pkokia, III., ()ct. 18-The Ne
braska special- advertising train
now enroute, made its first stop for
exhibition at this city, where it ar
rived at 7:15 this morning. The
trip from Omaha to Peoria was al
together uneventful, with the ex
ception of a stop of ten minutes at
Plattsmouth to receive a portion of
the Cass county exhibit. A crowd
of 400 had assemble at the Plntts-
inoulb depot, but had to content
themselves with worshipping afar
off, us the cars were not opened.
The train stopped at Red Oak for
supper. The run irmn Red Oak to
Creston was made at exactly the
rate of a mile a inmate. A great
number of people have visited the
train here and all express unquali
fied surprise and admiration over
the great variety and high quality
of the Nebraska products which
"At Mendota a stop of three hours
will be made. Sunday will be spent
in Chicago, Monday morning at
Valparasio and Monday afternoon
'Gaif.hiiukij, 111., Oct. Id. -The
train was visited at Peoria by fully
2i()0 people prior to its departure
at I o'clock this afternoon, and
when the hour of departure came
there was a large crowd assembled
wnonau dccii unaoie to gain an-
mission. The train renched Gales-.
burg at 3::t0 this afternoon and was
immediately surroiinueu oy seve-1
rai nunurcci person gainerefi hi
the depot. All told, nearly or quite
6,000 people have passed through
.' . . .,,
hibits and express their praise and
wonder in no measured terms. The
members of the board .nd of the
entire party are using every effort I
to impress visitors with the high
character of the exhibit and are I
greatly pleased with the results of,
their labors. The surprise at the
real character of the products ex-i
hibited is no greater than the stir-1
prise evidenced on all sides that
the much circulated calamity and
starvation stories could ever have
obtained credence. The train will
remain i i Galesburg until 8 a. tn.
Uufcinasa Ldunation Fro.
Nebraska boys and girls will find
in the following offer a good oppor
tunity of securing a business edu
To any one sending us sevcnly
five yearly subscribers to the Week
ly State Journal, at 1.00 per year, we
will present a life scholarship in
any department of the Lincoln
Hiisiness College. Value, VU)0.
For fifty such subscriptions we will
present a three months' scholarship
in any department. Value, 10.00.
For twenty subscriptions, a three
moths' course in typewriting.
A cash commission will be al
lowed on these subscriptions, liber
ally paying you for your work, in
addition to these free schnlaships.
We will supply you with sample
For further particulars, address
Weekly Statu Jot kNAL,
A Novel lla
We have received a very unique
and attractive souvenir, which
rends on one side "compliments of
the Michigan Stove Company," and
upon (he other side, "This is a
sample of aluminum which is
mixed with the iron from which
Garland stoves and ranges are
made." If this material rim be used
effectually as Is claimed, it will
doubtless be a great improvement
owing to its tight weight Hud its
strength, being three times lighter
than steel and much stronger.
The stores are sold by lending deal
Ttia lima fcxiandn.l.
Owing to the success oi the Sioux
City Corn Palace exposition the
authorites have concluded to ex
tend the time of the exhibit from
the 17lh to the 2."th. The 11. A M.
will continue to sell tickets ul one
ami one-third fare for the round
trip good to return on the 20th.
In tin police court to day a case,
Warden vs. Frye, suit for amount
due for labor performed, was con
tinued until Nov. 2.
The II. A M. road will sell round
trip tickets upon the certificate plan
between the dates of Oct. 22 and 2.1,
on account of the annual meeting
of the Brotherhood of St. Andrews.
Mat Gciing is In Omaha to-day.
J. C. Smith, of Koek HlulT, is in
the city today.
Geo. ICdsou. our next sheriff, is in
the, city to day.
Olive GassSundayed with friends
J. II. Haldeinan, of Weeping
Water, in in the city to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Patterson re
turned from Cedar Creek this morn-
Edwine Jean and Joseph Chap
man, of Elmwood are in the city
, Dave Hawkeworth can.'c in Satur
day evening from Lincoln and re
turned last evening.
Miss Mattie Meade left this morn
ing for Ilcutrice jvhere she will
visit friends a few days.
W. N. Sarver, formerly of this
county, now of University Place,
Lincoln is visiting friends here.
Messrs. W. H. Shryock, S. Ii. Mc
Laren and Chas. Spence, of Ixitiis
ville, are attending court to-day.
Joseph Hughes and wife, who
have been visiting in the city the
past week, return home at McCook
Chas. Nickel and wife and Fred
Kbinger a ritl wife, who spent Sun-
day at I-ouisville, returned on the
Schuyler this morning.
Kev. Graham, pastor of the Pres.
,ylt.riall clllrih at Murray, and
,.;,litor f tle Midland at Omaha
W11( a ,IHseiiger for the latter place
I . er e o " ng
iA series tif meetings have com
m,.fci.(l ul lit.. ,,.l.r..,l II-iiiIilI
church on Onk trc..t. KVv. Hon
well has secured the services of
Kev. Kesterday, a prouiinet worker
of Iowa, who will ansist in the
meetings. He is said to be a pleas
ant speaker and an earnest, enthu
siastic Christian worker. The
meeting last evening was a decided
success. A cordial invitation is x
tended to all.
A'lniKj Hie N iulil School.
i lie nlgnt school will ronvrne
this evening .at the usual hour
1 To!, llal.'cy desires that every
member will endeavor to be present
at the appointed time. There is a
! disposition on the part of a few
I members, it appears, to absent them
I selves from the school occasionally
j for the purpose of attending the
j theatre. It is hoped that the mem
J hers will not Underestimate the ini
I portance of being regular in attend
j auce at the school and not overet
I tiuiate the value of the lessons to
! be learned at te theatre.
; In the night school a golden op
portunity is offered those who can
, not attend the day session and it is
: hoped that the opportunity will n t
Th Spragua Coms'ly.
SpragueV company of comedians
arrived this morning " are slop
ping at the Riley. The play is said
to be intensely humorous and has
always had the effect to amuse the
audience. The company has se-
i-iireil file Mrvice of the fumon
Hlack Hussar band which has but
few equals in the country. The
street parade was attractive and the
music rendered was pronounced by
critics to be strictly t rst class.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vit-
ali.cr is guaranteed to cure you. 2
A lire alarm was given at the
shops Saturday afternoon, but it
created little excitement, as tli
lire was soon cxungiiisncci.
W.J. I lesser is receiving a visit
his mother who has resided at Red
Key 1 nd., for several years. She is
quite n n elderly lady, being nearly
eighty-two years old.
Rev. A. C. Sleeth, presiding elder
ol the M. IS. church for this district,
conducted the quarterly meeting
services at the M. K. church last
evening. He left this morning for
his home at I'niversity Place
Mr. -anil Mrs. J. K. Lake, of Red
Key, luil., who have been visiting at
the home of W. J. Hesser the past
few days, returned home this morn
ing, Mr. Lake ha4 been in the em
ploy of the Pan Handle R. K. for a
great many years.
Phil Sautcrs, accompanied by his
wife and little boy, arrived in the
city this morning from Pckin, III.
They will locate here and hence
forth be citizen of riattsmoiilh.
Doubtless they will receivs a cor
dial welcome (nun our people.
- " OF - -
DRY - GOODS - AND
la Uovt Ooraplsto
D It ESS G00DH
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS A.ND COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
GLOMES JD SHRWLS.
AVK never i-liowti so
We call prc.il attention
Military nl lli ('oat sliajx trimmed with Mink, fu'ii', Astrachai,
Miitiuloon and Coney furs.
Our line of Pliisli Snf jiio-j hit elu-njicr than tsvr before. Full
lines of Children- ai'd Misses Clonks and Jackets.
ON F. DOOR EAST
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WS ?J10P0$ TO BUI
Than ever Mora 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 ."ile styles, and will be com
posed of the newest and choicest productiohn-o' domestic and foreign
uiaiiuf.ictuie . I ii' a lit bud caciIjciic oi woi kiiiuun'uip our garments can
not be excelled. And the pices that we offer them at are unprecedented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
. W HAyE "'Ik seal plush acue.: inches long with quilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we CBn sell for $12 50. This Var
ment is a perfect rellectiou of the plush sacque that is universale sold
at $!) sad 20. J
..TC,A'V?3. !' mlk Hl'"' I'l,IHk i"cVci M inches long that we can
sell at 11.50 that would be cheap at f 12.50, although some merchants ask
13 for the same garment. In the liner grades wc have something verv
elegant ond stylish in the trimmed jacket and reefer in both cloth and
THE PROPER thine
laiseis anu reelers, tlic newmarkets being almost entirely discarded.
We have both the Jackets and Reefers for Misse's wear in endless verity,
We bought our cloaks early of
to offer them at very w figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early ins ec
tion of our stock.
WM. HEBOLD & SON,
507 Main Ptnvt IMattsmouth, Neb
is, D apastnionts,
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants in
white or natural (yaya at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests and
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under-
Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scarlet and white
at prices ab low'as the lowest-
arize aline in tin's dcDartment.
to our 1 r jri assortment of Iloefer
for Misses this fall mid winter will
frst hands and are thereby enabled
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