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PLATTSMOUTn, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1891
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IK cream of larl;ir"bid. ini' powder.
Ilighcst 'if all in fenVCIling SllCHtl),
Latest L. S. Government 1-otij Kc
lit R A,
D Iv-S T I S T
oou And roKcrr.AiM ckowns. '
t. Htrlunfiyn nn; li-ltr fertile imliilrit tx
IIHI'IIO' III W'f III.
Fine GoM Work a Specialty.
kXwoikJ IlUick riartsuiouili, Nrb.
A. N. 8ULUVAN.
rvrnf y nl-ljiw. w III (Mv prompt ittnttoi
all Mi"int- wurtiM'-'i i" in"1. 'nn:e m
ilun blink, I'lvtMil". I'U'fuiniiuth, Nii.
AAWSON A PEADCE
elr Full ir. Inn-y rIM) ni.ttpn mil qullli
ftlrsi t li'l nl til- la!!!"-" r-'iir iimii- imn
tlMlrnw anil Is t. liny h lull
Imf nl Imliy h-ml- ami in nr
W l rlrn i I'l tirk mil ll'i '
ucril tli-ll nr w mil' r Hula tn40ti4 to
ci1 u irtiuiiinl.
MISS SCHUYLER, TRIMMER.
lE JIHT kT.C IVI I) A FULL LINT. OF
. f,L A5D HATS ASE
t alw hvr ilrci ni.iMif tlrpattmmt. Sal
ilEHWOOD SlOKi:. I'LATTrtMOUTII
ooi i) ai l"i::i' M. us ( m
f Rriil;;n work anil fniH g'M wn'k
SPEC! ALT Y.
j'lH. RTPtVM'1 I.iV'll, i II iil' i ti.
inttli;ii:iivra lor I n n un,i-rur:u mm r
:ci : . A- ilAUIIAI.U r.t'rrnir
t F. II.. ELL
F. II. ELLEN DA UM, Prop.
W'Jhc bent of frc
nil men! nlwaya found
til mi" innrHrl. ;Mmi irruli
KgKH and Dutter.
IsVild game of nil kinds kept in their
. VIXTH rTTIcEET m
S!rrnnpi" nitrht made nd'erable
'iy that terrible caugli Shilobs rem
i- dy U the cure for you, by
I'l-'rick. and () II Snyder.
Croir freuuently finds a Iioe
ioI'I un;rrpured for its viuit, while
lie Tepidity wiiu wiucii n uevemp
fur 'instant treatment. For
hiri d.inireraus diseuse AVer's Cher
'y 1'ecloral is an admirable remedy.
itnavi'S msny lives every year.
"Keep in the house,
J MeuV lieuvy boots large riv.vn, 10,
1 1, anil gotn ut If km tlian they
ohI ut m liililinrciiis. ti
t.s'lir wbr use eiiKinrtii a or pow
Q Irrs to cover tip or hide n bad coin
viiUiiiui, do not know (hat O. II.
Vvdercan furuirtli them with Dlunh
!,t konrs, which is clean wster, puri
( the skin, and positvely removes
'.u 1 heads aud nil fkiil diseases
'laY.cs the "'liny look from the face
,ml wliilen'M it soon us npplieil
I Go to Drown A Darrett's and get a
I window glans and stop up that hole
lin your iiotifte. . tt
j I'ine slioes selling low ut the
i bildkneeht shoe store. tf
Vindow class nt Drown A
?f Avt"l -An HHv. ilhiili ni:n - Mlnry I i
1 1 lo -ii oi.h lli'Y. with iliii'u'". in irmi Mi a
r-'n4ilil Niw Vi h
oi L-v, tm Yuri
KIM fiLT t, I4im
ALLISON A rGLENWOOD.
Th Iowa Smifnmnn Will Addrom th
The republicans o Gleuwoorl
have miule t-xtetiHive preparations,
for a rotiHiri(r rully to-morrow
Senator W. IJ. AlliHon, who lias
been on the Htump for the pnt two
weeks nrnl upcnking to very lurge
and enthuHiaHtic audiencea in all
BiTtionB of the Btate, will give one
of bin oiij time republican Kpeochec.
He has l'ii licen recognized aa a
leader of the republican nide in the
Henale, and by reaHim of bin exteiiH
ive inveKtiatioii of the financial
and taritf ijucfiiona bin addrcHH will
be liiiily uii:ii-injr and prouiablu
1 1 all. A an orator Mr. Allinon baa
Hie peaking will commence ut
Licence to wed ireUed to Mr. Geo.
V.'cyhird of fierce county, Neb.,
oud Mind Lizzie Schaefer of CaHB
Qljnjiire Hardware Co. vh. R. I).
Mc.N'tirliii, coiiHtable. On motion
to HiiHwer defendant. Trial to
court mid pubmitted.
State I!ank of Klmwood vb. James
Joyce. Suit on note. Ilricf of
plaintiff placed on file.
Chan. Duerr vh J. C. Spntn. Ac
tion in forcible detention . Contin
ued on application of plaintitf until
November 7, ut 10 a. ni.
State Hank of FJinwood vs. Henry
Ilolleubi'ck. Suit on note. Brief of
plaintiff pbiv-lon file.
HattMiioulli waH well reprrHented
at fiilinore's concert given at Oma
ha last evening. A member of the
party informs ua that a highly cu
joyabletinie was had by all. The
following mt'iiibers compoHrd the
party: The MiHen Vallery, WiIhoii,
Moore, McClellen, GreiiMel, Hyers,
and Clark; a 'id MesHrs Henry Her
old, Chan. Sherman, (). A. Drown
and Fred Carruth.
W.C. T. U.
The regular fessiou of the
Women's Christian Teniperancc
ITnion will ! hi Id t the home of
the pretddeut, Mrs. M. I'vingH,
sruith-we'-t corner of Ninth and K!m
street". All members are requested
to attend thirf lin t ting and all ladies
interet-te I in temperance work are
cordially invited tu meet with them.
11 order of the I'rc hident
W ANTI'H- - A fill for- rener.il
hoii -owoi k. Good wages and r letnly
?Ii.m. V. I. Iir ' ii:k
Pinic Garden. i"a Miled Soiuh-wef-'l
of I'lalt-inoiMli, tf
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Dend
Purelne'i'il a bottle of vour
blushe'' of Arend, Cor. of Fifth
Ave. and Madison St. I find it de
lightful. Wil. gladly recommed it
Yours Respect fully,
Fred M. Robert"..
With Maisball Field & Co. Chicago,
Mr. Roberts is not the only one
who finds "DIuhIi of Roues" delight
ful, ns many ladies and gentlemen
ran testify, who have purchased it
from O. II. Snyder.
Parties owing me for medical
treatment will please call at my of
fice, corner of Main and Seventh
streets, at theirciirliestronvciilence
and settle accounts, as I uin in need
of money. Especially long stand
ing accounts must be settled by
cash or note ut once. I have given
much time in many eases and now
the favor must come the other way
W. II. SCIIIUlKNIXIIT, ti. D.
lias Just ope ned up a null line
of ladles, Gents and Childrens
all wool undentear and bo
lore jou buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fall to
call and see our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Uara you Iseen those nob
by Missis Cups, all pretty
shidps, 55, 05 and 7r Cc-nt3
II I !
I"w Moore is in Omaha to-day.
Futher Karncy is nn Omaha visi
John Seibert came in from Pacific
Junction this morning.
J. A. Dasom, of the Murray Dan
ncr, is in the city to-day.
Frank Tackson station oolice nt
Pacific Junction la in the cityjtoday.j on ttji; north to Locust ftreet be
Jiulge Ncwill departed for St. f twet-n l-'ourlli and Sixth be placed
faul, Minn., this morning on a biu,i-
Con O'Connor is being confined
to his room (bis week with a Fpcll
Mrs. Dr. Cummings returned frc.m
Inwnllitn itim-riii-ir M-1nr- utii lina '
been viiling several days.
C. D. Durrcrt and wile who have ,
b-en vl-itingnt St. Jf '.' the part '
two weeks returned this morning.
R. D. Windham lenrvcs this eve
ning at 5 p. in. for Auburn, Iowa,
to be gone twenty days ou a busi
King Wise has accepted a position
in the shoe store of Win. Doeck.
Doubtless King will make un ex
Mr. and Mrs. T. J Rhoden returned
from Greenwood this morning,
where they have been visiting Mra
Rho leu's parents.
Mike O'Connor was a pleasant
caller at this office last evening.
He is now holding the position of
foreman of the shops of (he North- j
western road at Missouri Valley.
Di.inot Court. that if the making of appropria-
A ense from Nebrnskn City waa tions was continued at the rate it
up in district court last evening h'"1 U"it ere long the bonds
and also this morning on a writ of of t,,e city would not be worth
habeas corpus. , ".evenly cents on the dollar.
It appears that Cyrus Randall is , Mr- PI;,lpr replied that aa it was, the
being held in jail at Nebraska City ' citizens of the Fifth ward had only
as he alleges, wrongfully. It is'" fourteen foot street, while every
claimed that he is held pending the , ollll,r war(1 w:,H Rented a Mxty-foot
issuing of requisition papera that ' outlet- The.;iand could be intrcli
he may bctricd in Iowa for perjury. aB'(1 '"r $(U) ' jut-.ti-. to
The case was continue.! pL-nding iho l.'tpayerd of the Fifth ward he
developments concerningthe move malnta'ned that it should be
me.it on the Iowa side. granted. Salif-bury raised the
In case of Carpenter vs. McLaren, I'1 v- ;l ' l:';i" J 1 v 1!u
a decinion was rendered In favor of tU nf.orncy, that the city hail i:o
of the defendant. .ithority lo buy l.nul iih per the
In this case McLaren, of Louis- r,,l"" 1 of -... ...i.i. i . (Jo
villew.is pasturing cattle for IX I). 1 motion of M i jer the city clei k was
R.-.m,ey. The latter piircluiK-d l.'-truc1e I to n h erti.-e lor duma-es
graiuof Carpenter but, as Carpen- in vi,'w "f t!l, con.I-mna . io.i of
t.-r alleges, did not make 'salinfac ,",'! T the commit!e..V re, ort.
tory s.Mtlemei.t f..r the same, and '
heaccordim.lv sued Mr. Mcljiren 1
for the amount of the "rain.
Diphtheria is raging at Nebiaska
City. Six new casca were reported
Dr. E. W. Cook reports a girl baby
nl the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1). C.
Morgan this morning.
The political pot Is boiling now
n;i it will not again before the pie.
idential election of lir.'.
It appears to be an assured fact
that the G. A. R. post of this city
will erect a creditable building on
Halloween occurs next Saturday
uip!il. !l nii'it he kk II to incrcarc
the police force in conseuuence of
Senator Allison, one of the
greatest orators and statrsmcn"iii
America, speaks nt Glenwood at 2
p. in, to-miirrow.
Hon. William Neville of Plaits
mouth, democratic candidate for
county commissioner, was in Lin
coln yesterday. Lincoln Journal.
We have received n nice line i(
pattern lints and would be pleased
to show them to the ladies of l'latts
nioutli mid vicinity. We have se
cured Miss lleinple as trimmer.
tf Tl'CKKK SISTKR.
II. C. McMaken of Pluttsmouth
was in (he city yesterday. He says
that MeConihie post, G. A, R., of
that city lias purchased a lot upon
which to build a ITW hall. Lincoln
The popularity of TliR IlhkAt.D
job department is evidenced by the
continued rush of work. Remem
ber that the work is guaiunteed to
be first class and prices are always
That Nebraska is one of the
greatest apple producing stales in
the Union is no longer questioned
and that Cass produces more than
any other county in Nebraska is
eqi ally evident. The finest of win
ter apples may be purchased ut
forty cents per bushel.
Secure your reserved seat tickets
for "An American Doy" uextThurs
day niglit, now ou sale at J. P.
Young h. Price 73 cents. Lots ol
fun for everybody, and of a kind
that will suit everyone. Don't fail
to enjoy it.
The ci'y council met in regular
senuion nt the council chamber.
All present except Drowne.' The
minutes of the previous regular
and special meetings were read
A petition, of Fred Herrtnan and
others of Fritit ward, was presented
praying that Fifth street from the
a .mtl hMi nf fink to Kim slei-rf mid
in !i! conditioii.
Oa motion of Iu-rf')!i the pr iyer
of the pelilion was granted, and
the appropriation limited loifViO,
On motion of Murphy the street
COi;i?!;y;'!Miw.y vp:! inwlruelpil to
do work previously ordered dour on
Fourth i-tttM I. On niiilliiii nf Mitinr
. . ..niini,,(!m.r W.H in.
mructed to continue work with the
road grader where needed.
A. petition of Peter Dates and
olherrt was presented, praying (hat
Silver street, lying between Second
and Third streets, be graded and
placed in good condition. On
motion, of Minor the matter was re
ferred to the committee ou streets
alleys and bridges.
Minor moved that the report of
the committee on streets, nllej s and
bridgcB, to the effect that a GO foot
road way be made through Ninth
street to give access to parties in
tile Fifth ward. be udonted
Outsell.! or.ooscd the motion
k i,.. .!.,.,
W IS ' not a mlf,icicnt amount
of Ino,.y in UlL. r,.Iu.r!ll fum. fr)111
which to draw. He added further
" "'lt'l,(l f.viug
Don oh ui aciV'S to the city.
A petition was privciilcd by J. C,
I'etctseii aril others that Vine
w(r-et between Maiden Lane aid
th" fir-1 street cast of Ouialia and
Siulliein R. I.'.o.i Kline liii-l alrii
Maiden Line between Oak and
Main i.trecb be put in good condi
t ou for travel.
On motion of Salisbury the pray
er of the petition wan granted.
i Hills niriinst the cilv as ner the
fiunice committee r poit were u'-
lowed ns follows
Kit Dates, ttiaul work f U IM
li-n. I'ois.il, " " til Oil
C. Ileiupel " " It Im
:;. .v f. Hut " 7J c.o
Lsiuii " ni ro
I no. Yanda " " AS u
Geo. I'oisal, ftreet com 21 (0
Peter Ranier, wood work 7 40
N. Aagard, blncksmithlng Ft (0
Daily Journal, printing 2.1
F. ilalliu'.'burircr, band work, a Z
lames Cole. " " . 11
JaiiR-sSwobody, " "-.3(0
Joni'sA Fitgei iild. team " .27(0
P. Merges, rent council ch'br. . 4 I ( Q
ThoH. Smith, holding hose. .. . 1 'do
t)ti inntion of Junes of Second
ward a letolution to the etrcl thai
f.'iKXIbe transferred from Lusiness
tax to the general funu.
On motion of Liti-pou tli r side
walk committee was instructed to
order property owners to build Hide
sidewalks on Vine street between
Sixth and Seventh.
On motion the council adjourned.
Jadgta of Elonilon
The county commission in
session to-day appointed the fol
lowing judges of election for the
different wards: Firjt ward, L. C
Stiles and C. II. Smith; Second
ward, A. C. Mayes and J. C. Cole
man; Third ward, Win. Mann and
David Miller; Fourth ward, ICImer
and C. M. Graves; Fifth ward, A. J.
Graves and J. M. Young.
-iUle tir Experience) In a Llt
Mr. and Mrs, IOicii Trescott are
keepers ol the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach Mich, and arc blessed
with a danghter, four years. Last
April she taken down with Mrasli-s,
followed wild tlrendli.l Cougli and
turned bilo u fever. Doctors nt
home and at Detroit treated, but in
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
she wis a mere" hamllul ol bones".
- Tint: she li ied Dr, King's New
Discovery ind alter the use of two
and a half bottles, w.n completely
cured. They Hay Dr. Iing,s New
Discovery is worth its weight in
Hold, yet yo;i m;'y get a trial, bottle
free at F. G. Frici.ey Drugstore.
OUK FALL AM) W'lXTEH STOCK
OIF1 - . v
DRY - GOODS - AND
lo 27ov7 Coraploo
We are Hhowinga hatiilrtoine line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AM) CO 31 FORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
HAVE never i-liown so
Mr- ii . i .. ..
e can Bjwciai attention ty our lirgu assortmeut of Uuefen
Military nnd Uip Coat slmpci triimricd with Mini, Soa', Abtrachafc.
Mnffiiloon Mid Concj furs.
Our lino of Plush Paeqiics are chesuer than eer before. Fill
lines of Childrtiis and .Misres Cloaks and Jackets.
nNR DOOR EAST
Cv Ae G-i
Li ill) IKS
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
W ?BO'fOS TO 8SU
Than ever lzt:i offered to' people of Phttsmouth and
- OUR stock: jis
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of all the newest ns well us die more staple styles, and will be com
pored of the newest and choicest productions o4 domestic and foreign,
manufacture . For a lit ruid excellenc of wotkmanship our garmeatii can
not be excelled. And the prices that we olfer them at are unprecitleiited
in the umouutsof the cloak trade.
WE HAVE a silk seal plash aacue.M inchea Inr with qailt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for $12 50 This rar
ment is a perfect relloctioa of the plu.k sacqne that is uaiveraallr Mid
at 15 aad IfOO.
sell at fU.30 that would be cheap at If 12.30, although mme merchanta aik
$1. for the same garment. In the finer grade we have oaiethinir verv
elegant und stylish in the trimmed jacket and reefer in bath clwth aud
x-x-ttji'ZJ j-t tuinj:
- .rukH nil, at mi iiivi DtTinn nn hi
Wc bought our cloaks early of
flcr them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors mid an early ins- cc
tion of our stock.
WM. HE HOLD & SON.
.'ilaiiiTlnvt ' i'iaUMiDiUth, Xcb
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 23c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pant. lu'
while or natural grays at 50c encu'
Ladici natural Gray Wool Vet to and
Pants at50c. Regular 7,"c under
wear. Full lines of LadieB Fine wol
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's undw
tvear in natural, scarlet and white
nt prices nb low as the lowest.
large a lino in this dcptirtnieut.
W'j-v; i; r.(
ig for Misses thla fall and wiater will he
nkets being almost rniir-l i;.,.rj.j
lisse'a wear in endless varityj
first hand and are tkareav ra.klrd
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