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Pf.ATrS.VOTJl"J, Nft'UASKA.J MONDAY KOVlitfBlR 2 1891
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ivnm of tnrtnr baking powder,
.eat of all in leavening strenth.
vrt U. S. Government Food Ke-
Vp.N-T.I S T :
r. 8!tln;i,teti:wthi;tle frrthe piiBlni ex
Imcflof of twtb.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Backwood BliKk riftlUmouih, Neb.
AttoneT tMjkw. will itlTf prompt kitmtlsi
V an nuin rntriif iu l" mm. limn m
, Ublun block, Kati Side, l'lltmoulti,Iet.
1IAVB KECKI VED
Their Full ! rm, Innry rilibone. tip Md qnllli
inn A lot hi new l;uti.p'i f.nie ulinp hula
lu lrw mid fr . Tlirjr hee lull
line nt liHliy hx1- mid In or
drr t.i rlcwe lil Mnrk mil hnye re
faced tlii-lr n mll..r nut. to Mud W
79 ci! t irlmnird,
MISS SCHUYLEK. TRIMMER.
. i:T kttlVEI) A FULL LINK OF
AND WINTER HATS
1 We iltobate adreM making department. Bt
nER wood Stoke. M-attsmouth
' , yOI.D AMD roBCKLAlK CROS -rid;e
work and fine gold work a
RTFtNACH LOCAL an ll M oilier Ud
UeltctleD (orlhe pfUDlenaeilrKtiua oi
a A. MARSnALU FiU(?erld VI---
F. II. ELLKNHAUM, Prop.
In tliin market. A I ho treah
IiiK and Butter.
Wild game of nil kinds kept In their
( jp SIXTH 8TKEET m
Sleepnes night tnHde miserable
by that terrible raugh Shilohs rem
euy is tne cure lor you, by F.
Fnck. and U H Snyder. 2
Men s heavy boots larcre sizes. 10.
11, and 12, going at less than they
turn ai aciiuuKuccms. tt
glass at Brown A
Fine shoes selling low
Schildknccht shoe store.
Go to Drown A Barrett s and get a
rindow gluss and stop up that hole
in your house,
. "Isn't She Beautiful!- Occasional
one bears this expression, an
dywltha strikingly lovely com
'exion rinnoe Hlonfr the street
'tainlyl she iits the Faniriiis
yll'ili of Kosrs iniiiiiidntiircd by
ilihS J-loru A. Jones, boutli llcnd,
Ind, supplied by O, II. Snyder,
rice scents per Di)iie.
'ure buckwheat Jlotir for sale nt
tieisei s nun. - tt
owing me for medical
treatment will plenne call nt my of
e, ciirni'i' oi r-lam iiwj Srvcntll
etH, nt theirearliestcoiiveiiieiH'
nettle ru coiiiiiN, H4 I am in need
nicy. i.Hnci'iall y lotiu- Stand
,j h. accounts niiint be st-uled I
..cai-li or note oi once. 1 have given
much tune In many canes mid now
tin; favor tniiMt come the other wny
li I .V A W - . -i ... J
i li KcHneciiuilv.
W. II. Sciiu.UKMxiir, M. l.
i ii'I idiitcx are mmicroiiH today.
District court convenes next
The W. K. C.will meet at the hull
at 3 . m. Tuesday Nov. 3rd to pre
pare for tho supper.
The friends of Geo. Dovcy will be
pleased to learn that lie in im
proved in health to-day.
The W. K. C. will nerve hot sup
per and lunch nil evening ut G. A. K
hall Tuesday Nov. 3rd,
An excellent opportunity will be
afforded the candidates to take their
friends to dinner tomorrow.
Lim-iiKC w-as issued Saturday to
Mr. Jesse Scott and Miss 'Esther
Smith, both o Plattsmouth. The
wedding took place at the brides
parents in thin city, Judge Ramsey 1
A Lively Race.
The delivery team of Halt 4 Otto
become frightened about noon to
day and damaged the wagon and
harness to the extent of 23. It is
though the team was frightened by
some small boys while Mr. Otto
was in the house at dinner.
AH persons knowing themselvs in.
debted to, J.I). Graves & Co. will save
trouble by calling within the next
ten days and settling: further, I. (
Graves A Co. will for ten days follow
ing sell all lumber, lath, shingles
lime, nnir, sasn and floors at cost
Ot I. IX Gkaves a to.
A base burner with oven for sale
cheap, tf Wish a Koot.
Prof. Mugraves has enrolled
nineteen pupils in the type writing
course. An excellent opporunity
1 here afforded for learning this
popular branch of arL
The Indies of the M. K. church
will servo dinner nnd suiiiier on
election day nt the former piiMtofflcc
room. Tickets will be furnished at
the door. 2
Notice) ts Creditors
I have on hand a fine lot of rib
bons nnd tipa which I will sell at
the lowi-Ht prices for rash. I have
my goods at J. Finley Johnsons hard
ware store where 1 may be found
every day from 1 :00 to 5;00 p. m.
?1kh. J. h. JOHNSON.
Pol 'us Court.
A suit of Nickt U vs. Good for the
possession of property, set for to
day, was continued until Nov. 7th.
A case of Warden vs Fry, a suit
for pnyment of work done is peud-
To be Oiven Away! S.OOO Copies of I
tO cent Mueio.
The time lias come for von to tret
good slice music free of charuc!
J. P. Voting will give with every
cash purcliuse of twenty-live cent a
or more, one piece of ten-cent sheet
music, tree ot charge. This is no
cheap music, but the same kind
sold by linn lor ten cents, and
would cost you elsewhere from
forty to seveuty-tivc rents a sheet.
All goods will be sold nt the very
lowest ni"h price. This is a chance
of a lifetime. Don't foriret the
place: J. P. Young's, 500 Main
Mrs. Fred Carruth was a passen
ger for Omaha this morning. ,
Ladies who use cosmetics or pow
ders to cover up or hide a bad com
plexion, do not know that t). II.
Snyder can furnish them with Blush
of Roses, which is clean water, nuri-
ties the skin, and positvely removes
black heads ami all skin diseases
takes the shiny look from the face
and whitens it soon as applied
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
s.-rvice, have since been permanent
ly rured of it by Choimberlain's
Colic, Cholera nnd dinrrhoen Rem
edy. For sale by F. G. Fricke A Co.
Will you suffer with
and Liver Complaint' Shifoh'a Vit-
aliier is guaranteed to cure you.
Has Just opened up a full line
of ladles, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
loro you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fall to
call and sec our prices. Wb
beat 'em all.
nave you8eon those nob
by Misses Caps, all prelty
shades, r5, 05 and 73 cents
oasj county for
Tho Rally at Weeping Water a
Uraul C'OW.. A'toornpanie ths
Speaker From Tills City Ths
Opera Houm Hacked w uh
The republican rally held nt
Weeping Weeping Saturday eveijl
ing was one of the most successful,
in point oi attendance and t-uthusi-usm
that has ever been held in Cur a
The speakers for the ov-ension,
Judge A. M. Post, of Columbus.nnd
and Hon. J. L. Webster, of Omaha,
who arrived In this city on tho llyer
were met by a committee and under
the leadership of the B. A M. bund
were ut once taken to the M. P. sta
tion. The special train, previously
ordered, was soon packed uinconi
fortably full of enthusiastic, loyal
republicans and many democrats
whose countenance plainly indi
cated that they preferred an able
republican ofliciul to u man run
n ing on the independent ticket, who
was wholly incompetent and tin
wholly their support. It was ascer
tained by actual count that over
350 persons went from Plattsmouth
and the number was probably in
creased to 4.10 by accessions at Un
ion and Murray. The truin was so
crowded after taking on passengers
at these stations that it was found
ubsolulely necessary to make no
stop ut Nehuwka, as there was not
even stiflicicut available standing
Arriving ut Weeping Water the
strains of music lion ling in the
evejing uir and cheer ufter cheer
from the enthusiastic crowd indi
cated that we would be wurmly
welcomed and that the popularity
of the republican standard bearer
was not confined to the eastern por
tion of the county. Under the
leadership of the Louisville und
Ctillom bands the Mir'iiiir man!',
now numbering at least 2.IKX) peo
ple, was escorted through the
streets to the hotel, where u recep
tion was held for Judge Post until
the hour arrived for the Kpcakiii".
At 8. p. in. the doors of the opera
house were thrown open and in a
few moments all the available
space was occupied, and fully JiAi)
people were unable to gain admit
tance. Tus Hekald reporter, was
sufficiently fortunate to secure a
press ticket and by being hustled
through a side entrance we were
enabled to gain admittance.
Orlando Tellt, chairman of the
republican central committee, in u
few well chosen words, introduced
Judge A. M. Post, republican candi
date for supreme judge. Judge
Post docs not pose us an orator or a
professional politician, which he ut
once indicated; lie impresses his
he arers us a plain, practical, broad-
minded man. udgc Post iudulgcd
in no idle talk, but every word was
uttered for a purpose and his calm.
dignified, scholarly manner pre
scuts u murked contrast with the
blatant, unlearned, roaming huruu
I goes that nave been delivered
! throughout the state" by his oppo
cut. His sincerity of manner in
dicated that when ho said iu his
speech of acceptance, "The plat
form of a candidate for a judicial
oflice should be the constitution,
the law and the solemn oath of
office that lie takes," that he uttered
the sentiments of the man. He
dealt principally upon the function
of the judiciary department of our
state government. It was evideut
that he had a aufllcient understand
ing of the duties devolving upon
supreme judge and a proper con
ceptiou of the responsibilities
resting upon a man. operating in
t iat oillciul capacity. He exhorted
the voters to give an honest expres
sion of their views at the poll next
Tuesday, that intelligence nnd
patriotism rather than stubborn
ness and prejudice might charaq:
teri.e their decision.
Mr. Tellt, then Introduced Hon.
I. L. Webster, of Omaha, n.'i a man
who Kinie times makes politic. ll
upeechcB. As nil orator Mr. Web
ster is very rarely excelled, nnd
upon this occusion he fully met the
expectations of his auditors, lie
said that if Xcbraiku would elevate
the caUiuity party to power the
idea would become prevalent
throughout the country that our
farmers were really bankrupt nnd
uu the threshold of starvation; also,
l;l -hi !!-! ns the Hocnlli'd people's
p. i 'ly was siinpiy liu' leui.uit of the
old (;ii i nli.H'li orgaiiiiitiiiii, with
the iiercsioii of a few demagogues,
that had recently been repudiated
by the other parties, to grant them
furlncrnipieniacy would shake our
financial and industrial credit with
oiheV states. He showed how the
demand for the surplus products
of the Nebraska farmers was in
creasing, nnd showed, conclusively,
that e're long, if the republican
home market idea should prevail.
the entire product would be con
sumed nt home. The point was
clearly made that there was no
necesity for this independent move,
inasmuch aa the republican nnd
democratic parties were not labor
ing aguinst the interests of the
people, but while they pursued
different methods, they embodied
the germ of American loyalty,
learning and statesmanship. The
speaker observed that a certain
class would find fault even though
it were possible for prosperity to
reign supreme. He cited as
examples that men complained at
Columbus, criticised Washington
and opposed Lincoln and Grant.
He said that we must expect to
have chronic grumblers with us it
matters not how prosperous the
condition of the people. His al
lusion to the M'Kinley bill and the
mention of James G. Blaine, in con
nection wiih the reciprocity feature
of the bill, was greeted with hearty
appluus-. He plainly demons,
trated reciprocity was a natural se
quence of the protective" policy in
asmiich us it provides for the free
entrance into our ports of foreign
goods that we can not produce
profitably let the tarilf be as high
ai it may, providing these countries
will admit free of duty, products of
our country, that they cannot profit
ably produce. Ilelett no doubt in th
minds of his audience that our day
laborer were belter provided for,
in this country, in the ligislatiou of
the republican party than in any
country in the world; advocated
still further diversity of industry
that the demand for labor might be
even more spirited.
Mr. Webster's peroration was
fine piece of orutery. ll'i paid
glow ing tribute tojudge ICBti
lying as u lawyer ot twenty years
experience, that he would grace the
position with becoming dignity
und discharge his duties with sat
Isfaction to his constituency.
The coining together of this great
body of voters representing
the iutelligeiiceaud better Judg
unit of ull parties, signifies
that they do not uilderesti
mate the importance of main
taining the integrity, the efficiency
and the dignity of our highest
court of justice. The sign of the
times indicate that Cass county
will go for Post.
Our local wheelmen, with the nc
cession of several Tourist wheel
men and the Omaha Wheel club, re
pnired to the fair grounds yester
day for a speed test. Messrs. Tom
und Sum Pntterson supervised
mutters generally. The following
ufe the results:
First event, half mile, snfctyclass
T. W. Tuylor; E. R. Smith, second
Second event, one-fourth mile,
safety: Tom Patterson, Plaits
mouth: T. W. Totter, second. Time
Third event, half mill, ordinary
class: Sum Patterson, Plattsmouth
Koen, SL Louis, second. Time
fourth event, one mile, open
safety: Schnell, Omaha; Hollow.
second. Time: 5:34.
Fifth event, quarter mile, orrfin
ary: Potter, Omaha. Time: 40 3 3
Sixth event, one mile handicap
Starters: Schnell, Omaha; T. Pat
terson, Plattsmouth; Potter, Omahr
scratch; Siefkin, 110 yards; Koen,
130; Taylor, H0; Smith, 17.1; Town
send, 2ot). Schnell won; Towuseiid,
second. Time: 3:'Jl'i.
Seventh event, one hundred yard
foot race, open, five entries: Potter,
Omnhn. No time.
Eighth event, half mile novelty
ride and run: Sam Patterxcs,
PlattHinouth. Time: 2.214-3.
Ninth event, half mils safety,
open: Hollow, Omaha; Schnell,
Omaha, second. Time: 1:4115.
Tenth event, match race, half
mile, snfety: Flescher, Omaha;
Doiiaghue, second. Time: 1:10 2-5.
OlVicers of the track; A. H. Per
rlgo, referee; II. L. Porterlicld,
starter; L Flescher,, tinier; V. K.
liurrund II. Hullh.ill, judges; Len
Livcsry, cltrk of course.
uUK FA li L AM) WINTER STOCK
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DRY - GOODS - AND
Is 1T0T7 Oomplcts
We are ehowinga handsome line of
CAMKLS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings nnd blacks.
BLANKETS AND C0MF0ET9
Stock complete and prices lower
HAVE never shown eo
We cull special attention
Military and Hip Coat sliapea trimmed with Mink, Seal, Astrackam.
Mtifluloon and Coney furs.
Our lino of PIuhIi Sacqtiea are cheaper than er before. Jail
ines of Childrens and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
Need a clonk this winter? If she doss
you do not call and examine the childrens cloaks that
we are offering before buying.
We have Just received from
Childrens sample Cloaks.
'or children 6, 8,10 and li years old, c miiti :i j if U9
garments in all. HO TWO A LI Km, on which we
were given a disccunt from regular wholesale price
no that c were able to 6cll them at actually
r-Al T. IM and let us nrove the truth of the obove statement, and
show you ot the same time our FINE
Sacques and Jackets.
SECOND SALE OF SAMPLE SHOES
Another opportunity to buy shoes at
We tnke pleasure in nnnouclngto the people of Plattsmouth and
surrounding towns that we have succeeded in getting another line ot
sample shoes. Our success with the last line was phenominnl and hun
dreds were disnpminted because they came too late to secure some of tU
bargains that we offered. This line is better if anything than the last, bev
ing Walter H.Temmy A Co., of Boston, Mass., full line consisting of La
dies, Misses, Childrens, Mens and Boys shoes of all kinds and of all de
scriptions. Among them is 300 pair of boys and Mens bots, in whick
we can give the best value for your money that you ever "laid eyes on,"
Don7t think that because we don't ask high prices for shoes that the
shoes are not of any high quality. We have among these shoes that are
aa line us ony shown in the city, everything extrinsic is stripped away
and the shoes that you buy of us stands on its intrinsic worth. die V
the root of value and give yoa the wortk of your money.
Wb am SI.GiiE Great Barpins ii Mctot.
urn I Wool Col
or Shirts iiimI
Wool Slurb A
WM. HEROLD & SON.
507 Malu Street HaUsmouth, Neb
in all D apartments,
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pant i
white or natural grays at 50c eack
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vetsaj""
Pants at 50c. Regular 73c under
wear. Full lines of Ladies Fine woof
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.
large aline in this department.
to our krge assortment of Reefers
you will make a irreat mistake il
a largo Cloak Manufacturer
LINE of Ludies andMieseB Reefer
FEW OF THEM:
Merln o Silk
S h i r t e a n d
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