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OUR. COMPLETES BTOCKL 03E
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oods, and Ladies' Fine Shoes
Dress goods, Silk dress goods,
White dress goods, Domestic dress
floods, Judiii linens, ladies cloth,
broad cloth, outing llannels, prints,
French gighanis, l'reneli sateens
muslins, shirtings, deiieins. tickings
jeans cloth, screams, table linens,
jackets, beaded capes, shawles, lad
Hilk sun umbrellas, embroideries,
dress patterns, swiss embroideries,
laces, ladies and gentlcniens under
wear hosiery, gloves, ribbons, viel
ing table and lloor oilcloth, window
shades, lace curtains, bed spreads,
lace bed spreads, towls, napkins,
fancy tidies, and ladies tine shoes
The Boston Store begins to sell
out from the 7th of May til July 1st
and everything must be sold by the
tirst day of J uly.
Single width Cashiniere, our sel
ling price, J'J'2. co.it price '.)c; double
width cashmere, selling juice, l.ic,
cost price, 1 1 1 c: double width hen
rietta, selling price, l'A)c, cost price
21c; double width henrietta, selling
price .'.", cost prici' 2.1c, better grade
henrietta, selling price, .10 c cost
price '.toe; all wool henrietta, II inch
es wide selling price, H)c, cost price,
lac; line henrietta, selling price, 7."ic,
cost irice .Tic; silk finish henrietta,
41 in. selling price, 1 cost price 7."c
' silk warp henrietta, worth .,1, selling
! for 7!c: silk warp henrietta worth
j .1.10, selling- for .Sic; silk war) hen
rietta worth .Yt.2.1 selling for )Sct
sdK warp henrietta, worth .1 .7.1 sel
ling for .f 1.2.1: all wool serge in all
colors worth ,1)e selling for Xic; -11
inch fancy plaid dress goods, in all
colors worth 10c. selling for 2Se, all
colors and shades fancy and striped
dress goods, worth 5.1c, selling for
10c; finest imported striped dress
goods, worth 1 selling for !S.lc;
China silk in all colors a full dre ss
pattern, worth selling for $.'.7.");
all colors in surah silks woith .10c.
selling for 3Sc; the tinest quality of
surah silks worth Mc, selling for N;
black grog-rain silk wortli .pi. 10 sel
ling for SSc;.
White dress goods worth 10c selling-
White plaid dress goods world 1.1c
s'l 1 ing- for Ii 'e.
White plaid dress goods, wortli
20c selling for 1.1c.
White laid dress gsods wort 2.1c
sel 1 iii for 1 7c.
White plaid and striped dress
goods the finest made worth 10c sel
ling for 2.1c.
Fine India linen worth 8c selling
White India linen worth 10c sel-
selling for (i'e.
White India iinen worth 1.1c sel
ling for 1 1 1 -V.
White ln.lia linen worth 20c sel
ling for 1.1c,
White I. dia linen, worth 2,1c sel
ling for 17e.
While India linen worth 3.1c sel
ling price 2.1c.
Prints the t)est percale worth c
selling for 1'c.
The best dark colored prints
worth fc selling- for -H-jC,
Tlie be.it indigo blue prints worth
l'-c selling for (jr.
F'ancy cashiniere prints in the
latest warranted fast colors worth
! selling for 7 1 .c.
Turkey red tra!eco last color,
wort h Oc sel line, for 7c.
:i0 in h u ide muslin, heavy sheet
ing worth .1c sidling lor r.
Heavy unbleached sheeling
worth lie, selling for be.
Hea vy bleached sheet in;;- worth
7 selling for 7e.
The best unbleached muslin
wortli Sc selling for he.
Bleached iiinslin worth ."c selling
Good bleached muslin wortli 8c,
selling for 7'c.
Lonsdale muslin worth !c sellinir
Come early while you can secure ban
ains they wont last al' summer.
From Moniluyx Dnilu
Hiss Dora Fricke spent Sunday
with relatives in Ashland, return
ing home this luoriiinir.
Viriril Mullis engineer at the
celebrated Cedar Creek roller mills
Came down Saturday evening.
T icy had two slight wrecks at
Cedar Creek last week but aside
from a small hiss ot property no
other harm was done.
Nebraska ciirar manufactures
made 21,:iSl,00O ciijfars during tin
year lS'.K) and consumed nearly half
a millions pounds ot tooacco.
Ki""htv-six cars of cedar ties were
broiitrht in from the east this imbru
ing to be forwarded to the new line
winch is being buiil to Hot Springs
The bfys claim that Thayer's ac
ii to the Moveruorship lias re-
rroin present aiT)earances it
would seem that Ruby, Tobiu and
Nelson would be tried some time
next week. The oroseeutimr attor
ney will bring up the case soon as S011- U'c wealthy Glen wood banker,
possible it they decide to plead who died Saturday eveiiinir at 8
ruilty to the charge which may be o'clock under peculiar circumslan-
A Strange Death.
Most of our oldest citizens are
well acquainted with W. II. Ander-
!Cd l'arroti's promot ion to
me nl position as mail
J. G.')Idhaui delivered some ex
tra line fat cattle to Messrs. Hatt
Otto this morning. They were thor
oughbred Polled Angus and have
not been excelled for beef cattle on
this market in many a da
The honorable commissioners of
the county of Cass were in Kale
last Friday, called here by a peti
tion to have the apple trees along
t Fourth street cut down from O to O
. i i . l ,
Uc liuvt' mil )i i iK.iiii im ii ue
sion in the matter. Kaglet.
McMakcn and his force are busy
to-day grading and smoothing off
the base ball grounds in line shape
Frank Morgan has put up a big
- showy back stop, advertising hi
firm, which sa3's, "Hit me for a $20
suit of clothes." And it is not
i placed so far back but some one
set forth in the i n format ion. If
they plead not ruilty it will take
longer as both the accused and the
state will have to prepare for trial.
The boys seem a little down in tin
uioiiiii o;wi declare mat wlicu nug
get through willi t h is scrape t hey
will return vid live it down and
show y tin if future lives that they
intend to do what is right. Fe'det
told him. a ii
they ii-'d mad'
bo i gh t h im a p- -:i keg of nice !
1 le tiiripked ih.-i.i heartily fort
kindness and was a oout to car.-
dl inns S;..ii.
v. as ;is birlV
nK a i)tirse
ke-g home, but tladiii!
heavy he gae 'J'n
quarter to haul it up l.
i he boys instead o. :
r it a
de x :
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ces. j correspondent tor an Omaha
Anderson had been very ill with
the grii for some time, and from
the eliects of the disease his system
was much depleted. All medical
treatment seemed unavailing to re
store him to health, and a few days
ago gangrene made its appearance
in several places on one leg between
the thiiih "nd knee. 1 1 was iinall v
decided that an operation would be
necessary, and Dr. Kaufman of
Omaha was called on to assist the
local physician. The operation was
to have been performed Saturday
alternoon. Anderson was placed
l the operating table between 1
and .1 o'clock, the preparations were
n fully estab- I
in the confi
i u d i ncreasi iii.
get the prolferred
I Wm. Anderson wdiose death oc
4 curred yesterda3' was a resident of
this City thirt- years ago and kept
i store at the lower end of Main street
It in a building now used by F. S
, ( White for an ice house. FMRufFner
" clerked for him at the time. Mr.
Anderson married Ella Ruffner, a
cousin of I'. F,. Ruffner, in this city
.' in 1857.
! Joseph Morrow, who has been
I with Dr. Urendel since returning
from his last course of lectures, has
i commenced the practice of medi-
cine at Eight Mile Grove. Mr. Mor
I rojy is a young man greatly es
teemed in this community, where
he is so well known, and Dr. Uren
del speaks very highly of his qual
ifications. He takes with him the
West wishes of a host of friends.
Ed Parrot, the competent and ac
commodating car checker for the H.
5c M., during the fit of econo
my which recently struck that road,
has been detailed to carry the mail
from the depot to the post office, a
job that he very much dislikes.
George Timpsoii, the colored man,
loses his job, after having paid $7.1
for the contract. But there seems
- to be no help for it unless the gov-
rnmen has to accept the mail at
the depot, which they will probably
do at an early date.
Messrs Neville. Richey, Chapman
and Clark returned this morning
from their hunting trip up to the
headwaters of the Flkhorn Valley.
They report having had a fine time
and judging from the nice lot of
ducks snipe, curlew and other feath-
. . i i . a it.
urea game mey ui ou 1 1 1 wmi iiieni
we nave no reasons to uoiiot it
The editor of the Herald returns
thanks to the part' for being kind
ly remembered with a nice lot of
had idled anemp;y k -g up with
waier, which was carried into the
lK-use and aider great care on th.
part o; . r. . i! v-is do!-- .:mi. .!
and .Mr. . nas not been sen since
The boys think be has been wa.e
foundered and tall; of sending IV
Mathews up io visit him.
1 learmg on claims against estate
Joiiu 11. Mar quardt, decea.-cd.
Claims on tile allowed and decrc
Petition of B. C. Marquardl, filr-d
tor probate ot last will and testa
ment of John G. Renken, deceased.
Hearing June 2nd !0 a. m.
c in.eus liaiuv oi J latisiuouth vs.
l)emg- made to admmis
form, when it was no'.icei
i:i I tin
respinwion of the patient had
I'easi-il. 1 tie ih sicians examinee
'urn hastily and pronounced him
dead, lie was lifted to a bed am
the motion induced artificial respi
ration, winch continued for Hire
hoars before it finally ceased and
his family were fully convinced that
iic was indeed dead.
The funeral will occur to-morrow
morning from the ICpiscopal church.
Anderson was .u years old.
T. B. Stokes et-al. Suit
sory note .?..ou. ueiaitit oi u uetid-
ants entered. Jv.dg-ment for 1::;.
tii'f for $S0. -!.
Hearing on petition for pvobal!
of last will and testament of IT. V
.Mathews, deceased con.inued.
1 1 earing ;on pent ion lor appoint
ment ot aniue! Waugh, ad. Mine
trator of estate of William Hayes.
deceased, prayer of petition -; a..
Justice Archer's Court.
Ilemw Jvehse vs. Jolin Johnson
1 rial had. Action for wages for
labor. Judgment for plaintiff.
J. tie canning company cases are
continued to May ISth.
May (j. 1S01.
Avoca is a thrifty little city on
the south branch of the Weeping
Water creek, and is the only town
in Avoca precinct. Its existence as
a town dates about eight years back
when the M. P. railroad was built
Dll-n-i-Irs. Wasii Snvder, a isiet-of
Mrs. M. Waybright's and Wm
Brantner of this cit3 this through here, connecting Weeping
morning at eight o clock at her W ater and Auburn, and is the trade
nome at naison, Aeb., alter a
lingering illness of several weeks
Dropsy of the heart was the im
mediate cause of her death. The
deceased was a member of church
ind died impressed with the bless
ed faith in a happy hereafter She
leaves five children, the youngest
being about eight years old. and a
kind husband to mourn her loss
The funeral wti" take place at two
o'clock to-morrow at Edison.
center of a fine agricultural area in
both Cass and Otoe counties, being
located not far from the county line.
The town donned the garb of incor
poration three j ears ago. and have
what the boys call a "wet village
board, and in consequence two
'Webster Rosewater prosperities"
are in full blast. Here are found
some of the best representative bus
mess men ot Cass
among whom are Hon.
TefTt, who is vice nresi-
DlED At the family residence in Li,.,, ,,f 4i, i,.,i-
Rock Bluffs Saturday night, Mrs. L. T, , , , .
Margaret Walstow. wife of James Geo' Rowland, cashier, who are also
VVafstow, an old resident ot this imeresieu in me ooutn fiatte urn-
county. ber Co. of this place. Both these
The deceased was nearly eighty J institutions are in a prosperous
years old and seemed to have died condition, as indeed is every busi-
,- r J i i -vt t i man and keeps some very nice turn-
though she had been ailing forlwdnch Mr. TefTt has ever become! . , . c
sometime. The funeral took place ' identified. Amos Tefft is the post
at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the master, and though above three
and have succeeded
1 ishing themselves
deuce of their large
circle of patrons.
We found the enterprising drug
firm of C. A. Kaufman it Co. right
in the mid.-t of a rush of business
owing to the fact that they had but
recently received a heavy invoice of
wall paper, window shades and nu
merous other articles commoul
kept in a first class drug- store.
This firm is doing- an extensive
traffic and is justly entitled to the
popularity the- enjoy throughout
ddie Ilulhurd elevator, managvd
byJ.W. Brooks, and the Bartel iv
Co. elevator handle the grain, and
we doubt if any station in Cass
county has shipped out more grain
during the year last past than lias
been shipped from these two ele
The iiriu of V.'ii!-; ir.son i(c Graham,
besides conducting the large furni
ture and hardware store mentioned
above, are exten.-ive slock dealers,
and buy and ship perhaps as much
if not more stock during- the ear
than any oilier firm doing a like
business in the county. They arc
also proprietors of a harness shop,
which is quite handsomely patro
nized by the many prosperous
farmers in the surroutidingcountry
The town can boast of two black
smith shops, one by Haight it liar
rington and the other hy D. Koster
and at this season of the year all
these smithies are kept busy morn
ing, noon and night
Jacob Opp is the man to call on
if yon want an easy shave or an ar
tistic job of hair cutting. Beside?
filling this important place in the
village business directory Mr. Opp
is also the jeweler and watch maker.
He is just la3'ing the foundation for
a new building in which to prose
cute his business which, to say the
least, would indicate a successful
business career for him since locat
ing at Avoca.
Henry Eichel keeps the shambles
and takes pride in supplying his
customers with a steak, tenderloin,
etc., second to no butcher shop in
the country. Mrs. Nodolf caters
to the fancies and tastes of the
ladies by carrying a fine selection
of millinery goods which she is
prepared to trim in the most ele
gant st3-le and sell "at prices that
The weary traveler is cared for hy
M. Haight, who keeps a first rate
resturant for a town the size of
Avoca, and by John Huette, mine
host of the Avoca house.
Wm. Haight is the genial livery-
last year as the county affords. It
is a full roll steam mill of thirty
barrels capacity and began busi
ness the first of the year IVJI. So
far has the business exceeded the
expectations of the builders, they
....... c. . , . i : . .
"'" "-in 'i neiessai- 10 maKe
It WHS In
Sam Arc her tin
.'.' y ears old y est
chief police was
erday but he did
addititiou at once, doubling the ca- I
j-. ...v .v ii i.noeiiii aiMl
machinery. It may' not be out of
place to sa3' that this industiw was j
secured to Avoca by the public
spirited business men giving a
bonus of $1,!00 and a site, which
now realize is one of the best
tments ever made for the
town. W a vii i,m i.
not attach any particular signilic
mice to the fact and went his way
as usual. Before starting down
t'wii alter supper he arranged 1o
l-'iiinl 'I'lO xthi i.s D'lilll
. Frank Fet.er and wife of
Eouisville are in the city to-dav.
er of Spring-field,
in tow n to-day.
Sile Patterson of South Bend is
attending- 1o businesson ourstreets
Mil iv I fl' . vj'itl ..-..-
lis , lion i i 1 1 r to attend
py comity, is
the funeral of Mr. William Anderson.
take his wife to the catholic
and was 1 e:dl for her at half past
nine which he did; But Mrs. Archer
h a 1 put up a job i n him and when
he called at 1 he house he was con
fronted by such a crowd of neigh
bors and friends as he had not met
in a long t i me. I I e t u m bled f o t he
j situation and admitted liis wife was
I too smart for him. Sherad Graves
j was in the crowd with his violin
'and having a room suited to the
purpose all danced who so desired
1 while others sang and played the
piano in another part of the house.
The supper was an elegant affair
and did Mrs- Archer and her assis
tant M iss Id !a A reher great credit.
Tiie marshal was remembered at
The jury has finally been obtain
ed 111 me nneeuy case at bincoJu
and the actual trial of the defend
ants was begun to-day.
Talk about Omaha
taking trade from Plattsmouth! I
Only last evening Phil Young- sold !
a nice bill of goods to be delivered
to parties who reside in Omaha.
The M. P. track is nearing the
town of Murray at a good rate
shrill whistle of the engine will
notify- the people of that village
before to-morrow noon that it is 110
longer an inland CH3-.
the hands of Mark While. Sherad
Graves and Fred Fgeidierger with
a splendid iiieerechaum pipe while
Jack Benson and Mr. Broback
presented him with an elegantly
carved meerschaum ciiiar holder
and Julius Pepperberg rcmember
merchants i ed the evenings victim with a mons
ter cigar, 'the entire evening was
an unusually- pleasant one for all
present, who could not heip but con
gragulate the marshal on his youth
i fill appearance and bashful maim-
Idie i rT: 'I'lic rrlipul 4..-. iniivn.r
ous to name them lu re and retired
at a late hour wishing happiness
prosperit3r to their host and hostess.
Among others of our early sett
lers who took the train to attend Mr.
Anderson's funeral we noticed Dr.
John Black, Hon. J. M. Patterson,
Moses Dodge, J. C. Cummins. P. E.
Ruffner, E. R.Todd, and R. B. Wind
ham. The weight social at Mercerville
church proved a -er3' pleasant enter
tainment last night, and turned out
the cash for the new church furni
ture in fair quanitities much to the
delight of Rev. Hause. Rev. Ha use
will hold divine services in the new
church Sunda3r evening.
A member of The Herald force
was at Havelock last Saturda3 and
informs its Weeping Water contem
poraries that not a single man
could be found working upon or
about the B. iv M. shops at that town
notwithstanding the reports to the
contrary from Lincoln.
All the fellows down in Liberty
and Western Rock Bluffs precinct
are anxious and willing to help us
celebrate the M. P. opening here
It will be a big day for Plattsmouth
a big advertisement for our town.
U e trust the committee will see
to it that nothing is left undone to
make the celebration a howling
1 IV The half column of slush in the
I Ij Journal of Saturda3' night, about
,,the river appropriation committee,
i :an be answered by saying that the
i ' )maha and St. Louis papers were
2 ') he authority for our statement, and
1 J we don't know yet but what those
papers were correct. At any rate
we consider them more reliable
than the Journal, which has been
jumping onto ever3-bod3r about this
river business, until a fesponsibili-
ty was assumed by Sherman; then
'j suddenly it becomes an apologist
l for neglect and faithlessness.
Three Grove cemetery. Her hus
band, James Walstow, was the only
immediate relative present. The
deceased had resided in this coutit3
over thirty 3'ears.
The work of track fil ing began
on the Union cut-off last Monday
morning under the supervision of
Mr. Thomas Keating, and has been
progressing at the rate of a mile
per da-. The track laing force
numbered about sevent3--five men,
but will be increased to one hun
dred the coming week. The back
spiking and surfacing- is being
kept up as the track is laid, and
the road is being completed asthe3
go along. The fence gang, number
ing ten men. are also at work, and
the force will be increased so as to
enable them to keep along with the
track la3-ing. Union Ledger.
A gra3r beard on a man under .TO
makes him look older than he is.
The bestdye to color brown or black
is Buckingham's I)e for the
score and ten he is quite active and
performs theduties for "Uncle Sam"
in the most efficient and satisfacto
r3 manner. Mr. Tefft is justl3r en
titled to the rank of pioneer, having
settled in Cass county in the 3'ear
The town is supplied with two
general stores by B. C. Marquardt
& Co. and Messrs. Lindeman &
Busching. Both these firms carr3'
exceptional!' heavy stocks of gen
eral merchandise and enjoy a lu
crative trade which they have won
b- fair square business methods
unexcelled by any other business
houses in the county.
Messrs. Graham & Wilkinson are
the hardware and furniture dealers
and carry such complete stocks in
both lines of their business that no
customer is ever compelled to look
elsewhere for the article he may de
sire. They are pleasant gentlemen
outs for a town of no greater pre
tentions than the city of his choice.
Messrs. Pecham & Sriver are the
contractors and builders of the
town, and like their fellow towns
men are prospering in the pursuit
of the occupation of their adoption.
The physical maladies of the peo
ple are healed by Dr. Brendel, who
is well recommended as a prac
titioner. The Congregationalists have a
neat little church here and main
tain regular worship, so that the
moral interests of the people are
not wholly neglected.
The town can boast of a large two
story school building, which is at
once the pride of the place, and
which would indicate that Avoca is
with the procession in educational
matters. At the present time a
school of two departments is in ses
sion and is well attended.
Messrs. Hageman & Co. erected
as fine a little milling property here
The position given to Tom Cooke
is that of messenger clerk to the
governor, a position held during
Boyd's administration by Harry
Chaffee, a boy of eighteen. Mr.
Cooke's laborious duties are to see
that all letters are filed alphabetic
ally and to deliver packages to the
express office. Tom promises to
ride in a hack when he performs the
latter work, or hire a messenger
boy. Omaha Bee.
Among the gentlemen of our cit
attending the funeral of William II.
Anderson at Glenwood to-day were
Judge Chapman and John D. Tutt.
Judge Chapman remarked that of
the early citizens of Plattsmouth
who belonged to Mr. Anderson's
set, who boarded and messed with
him during his pioneer bachelor
days in Plattsmouth, there were but
four left, himself and John Tutt.
still in Plattsmouth, FIi Plummer,
the wholesale merchant of Lincoln,
and Capt. J. W. Marshall of Lower
They rang right merrily
morning at S.30 for the future
piness of R. J. Franklin and
Annie Livingston, who were united
in matrimonial bonds at that hour
at the home of the brides' mother
in this city by Rev. Burgess, in his
pleasant but impressive manner.
The wedding was a very quiet
one, only the members of the family
The bride is the well known
daughter of Mrs. Dr. Livingston
and the groom is the popular
agent of the U. S. Wind ICngine and
Pump Co., with headquarters in
Denver, where the happy couple
The bridal party boarded the
train for Omaha this morning,
'midst a shower of rice, and the con
gratulations of a host of warm per
sonal friends of the bride, who had
gathered at the depot to have a
parting word and extend heartfelt
wishes for future happiness.
THE IIekalu trusts their lives will
always be as peaceful and pleasant
as the bright, sunshiny May morn
ing that saw them wedded.
The Lincoln correspondent of the
Bee, tries to make out that F S.
White did not understand his bus
iness as 011 inspector ana a man
had to be sent here to to do his work.
The statement is untrue and does
Mr. White an injustice. The fact of
the matter was Mr. White, had been
sick and could not go to Omaha for
his apparatus. A car of oil came in
and he telephoned to Heimrod to
send him the testing tools at once
or send a man to do the work, a dep
uty came down and did the work
and thats all thejje is to the story.
Science in the last few years has
been making rapid progress in the
department of medicine. Our exper
ience has shown us that new reme
dies iire far more effective than the
old ones and we do heartily recom
mend to our customers to tone up
the system this spring with Hallers
Sarsaparilla and Burdock. Sold by
all druggists. .1
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