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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1891)
VOL.XXVI I. NO. i?)
PLATTSMOCT1I, CASS COUNTY", NEBRASKA, I ll URS DAY. AUGUST 6 IS1:
l.f0 A VKAKV
A cream of tartar baking powdi'-r.
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latent I'. S. io eminent Food Re
TTOKNEY A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
K. H. WINDHAM. .J'WIN A. OAVIES.
Notary I'ulilic Ni't i'V I'nliKr
Oflice ovt-r Bank of l'a?s (.'may
Plattsmoutti .... rasha
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will ni(r prompt attenttOE
to all rniHinefs eiitriiHteJ to him. otlice id
Unlou block, East Sitle. riatti-mouth, N'eb.
C. MeGKK, M. D,
1 located at Kiclit MileTOrove. He lias ob
tained tlie olhce tornierly oucupieu Dy
Of tti at dlace and can 1; found at all bourn ex
cept w hen professionally out.
CAKKY A FULL LINE OF
llLLENERY AND JRENCH LOWERS,
We also have a dress making department. Sat
Shekwood Stoke. I'lattsmouth
GOLI AND PORCELAIN CKOWXS.
Dr. Steinways aiirtsthetic fertile painless ex
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block Plattsmoutli. Neb.
QAWSON & PEARCE
Carry a Full Line of
FINE MILLEJS'ERY AND CHIL
ALSO FKE8H CUT FLOWEKS
ROOM 2, R.LKY BLOCK.
XTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL & SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardware on band
and will supply contract r on most fav
orable tern s
-.1. all kinds ol tin work promptly
one. Order? from tly country Solicited
61G Peasl St.
PL ATTS MOUTH, NEB.
L-K-A-D-I -N-G II-O-r-S-K
IX THE CITY FOR
ITCH EN QVE1,T1ES
Tiie troods we offer on our ?, 10 and 25 cent
counters cannot be duplicated elsew here
We hare but one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
415 UVrIUNT STEET
r - gold and porcelain;crown3
Bridge work and fine gold work a
DB.8TEINAUS LOCAL as well as other an.
estheticslven for the painless extraction of
C. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Blo
ran san n jtesh
Mrs. Carter visited in Lincoln
Kev Bret returned home at Lin-
; coin to-day.
Mrs. J. Lewis went to
Mr. J. L. Minor made a business
trip to Omaha to-day.
.Mrs. M. avbright will wftt in
Omaha the remainder of the week.
Mr. P. II. .Miner was a passenger
on No. 7, for Waverlv, I a., t h is morn
Mr. Chas. Baling was a passen
ger tor Greenwood to-day, to attend
Mr. A. I. Campbell, accompanied
by his fatiier and mother, visited in
The Misses Gapcn left last night
tor l larks, .el.. to visit tlieir
Our enterprising implement
dealer, I). S. Draper, is in Omaha on
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Latham leave
to-dav for a three weeks tour
through the west.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barron di
parted on the flyer for New Hamp
shire, to be gone- thirty days
Miss Kerney left on No. 5 this
morning as a delegate to the prohi
bition convention at -Lincoln.
Mrs. Miles and Miss Anna Buain
ster leave to.dav for Gilmore. where
they will visit friends a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Xay, who have been
visiting in the city the past week,
return to their home at Princeton
Stonemason R. ii. Hughlou wa
called to Omaha to-day by a tele
gram announcing the death of his
Miss Blanch , who has
been visiting Mrs. Cole of this city,
returned to her home at Grand
The family of O. M. Carter, Omaha,
well known to our people and for
merl3r residents of our cit3', are vis
iting friends this week.
Mr. K. Davis, one of our radical
prohibitionists, departed this morn
ing for Lincoln to attend the pro
Juelge Chapman, of the district
court, and Postmaster Slreight ac
companied the file of vetwrans in
attendance at trie Ureenwoou re
The family of Steve Davis is en
joying a visit from Miss Davis of
Grand Island. Miss Davis is a
daughter of W. J. Davis, well known
among insurance circles.
Mr. Geo. Asken, an experienced
canner from Glenwood, has been in
the cit- the past week, negotiating
for a position in the canning fac
tory here. He returned to his home
Mr. and Mrs. D. Stockwell were
passengers on No. 7 this morning
for Greenwood to attend the dis
trict reunion now being held there.
The veterans of this city are quite
well represented there.
All our best quality ginghams at
7 cents former price 10c. Win. Iler
old A: Son's tf
Advertise in The Daily Herald
if j-ou would inform the people
concerning your goods.
If you would take a daily paper,
subscribe for The Herald, induce
your irienas to take it, tnereoy en
couraging our people to keep in
formed upon current events.
Lost Chas. Kankin's little irirl
lost, last evening, between South
Tenth and South Park streets, a set
of silver tea spoons. The tinder of
the same will confer a favor by
leaving at The HERALD office.
The regular meeting, of the
Ladies' Aid Society, of the M. K.
church, will be held to-morrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence
of Mrs. Allie Kennedv, on Oak
treet between Sixth and Seventh
The G. A. K. district reunion
which opened August 3 at Green
wood was secured, for martial
music, Jackson's Juvenile Drum
Corps. The corps were on the
grounds yesterday dispensing
music that arouses the enthusiasm
of the veterans. The reunion has
many attractions and cannot fail to
draw old soldiers from all parts of
Come in To-day
and examine the shoes offered
in our sample sale. Win. Herold
& Son. tf
While there are many features of
the prohibition party that we can
not indorse, it is evident that thej
possess one essential element to
success; viz.: perseverance in the
cause they belive right a qualithy
worthy the admiration of all.
you want a fine dress shoe at a low
price let Win. Herold & Son's show
you how cheap they can be sold,
before you buy. tf
THOUSANDS OF "VETS"
Grandest I'arauV of tli Orgnnixation
Kver Winsel at Detroit.
Ex-P resident Hayes, Covet nor Thay
er and Many Others Notables
i to the Line.
Forgot tlieir F ee Menefe .
Di: i R l . Aug. 4. This has lnin
a proud day in the history of the
grand army of the republic. It has
witnessed the grandest parade in
the organization and has made the
twenty-fifth, or "silver encamp
ment," an occasion of niignilic
ence and granduer surpassing the
fondest dreams cheri.-hed by its
humble founder, Dr. Stephenson, of
Illinois, twenty-five years ago. For
six hours to-day under the bright
sun 10,(MH) veterans tramped sturdily
over the line of march, and such
was the inspiration of the moment
that even the feeblest of the maimed
and crippled comrades found them
selves adequate tf) the ordeal of the
The firing of a salute from the
LTnited States steamship Michigan
in the harbor announced to the wait
ing veterans at 10:30 that the com
mand to move had been given by
the commander-in-chief. When
General Veasey appeared before the
reviewing stand the vast concourse
of people clustered about Campus
Martins and cheered themselves
hoarse. The general reinded his
charger and pause. General Alger
and Detroit post his escort, passed
by him and drew up before the re
viewing stand, fronting it, with
canes at charge.
General Veasey looked on with a
gratified smile, then lifting his hat
gracefully from his brow, allowed
his horse to pass with slow steps be
fore them. As he passed before the
reviewing stand every occupant
arose to his feet. The foremost was
General Miles of the regular army
who had been leaning over, bare
headed, with his white gloved hands
knitted above his sword hilt. Gen.
Veasy reached the end of the post
and the Detroit veterans unfurled
their flag, the band struck up a
lively tune and the crowd cheered
Gen. Veasey then rode to the stand
and dismounting entered his box in
front. Detroit post passed by and
the parade continued toward the
massive war arch. Besides the staff
of the commander-in-chief there
were on the reviewing stand Secre
tary of War Proctor, Secretary of
the Navj', General Miles, Assistant
Secretary- of Interior Bussey, two
or three governors and a half dozen
Will Picnic To-morrow.
We understand that the former
pupils of Miss Bessie Kummel, to
gether with tlieir estimable teacher,
will enjoy an outing to-morrow.
The iolly young folks will load tin
in carrj-als and seek a grove where
the3r will enj'03- themselves in the
highest sense of the word. We
bespeak for them an excellent time.
Attention Shoe Wearers!
Shoe's at factory prices at Wm.
Herold itSon's. tf
Great preparations are being
made for the state camp meeting at
Bennett, Neb. It is to be held Ati;
13-21 inclusive. Bishop Mallalien,
of the M. K. church, is to preach on
Sabbath and on Monday is to dedi
cate the new tabernacle. Rev. G. 11.
Detwiler, of Iowa, is the evangelist.
J. M. Harris and wife, of Illinois,
are to lead the singing. Twelve of
the best preachers of Nebraska
have promised to preaeh. and the
da3' for each man has been ar
ranged four months ago. We no
tice five presiding elders and Dr.
Mirrell, of Omaha, among the num
ber. There will be good provisions
for staj-ing on the grounds over
night. If you have your own bed
clothing you can get a cat and tent
room for ten cents. The dining
hall will furnish meals for twenty-
five cents. Good preaching, good
singing, good shade, etc. Bennett
is-on the B. & M. between Lincoln
and Nebraska Cit3. You can take
the 9:30 here and reach Bennett
ibout 4 p. in.
Being overstocked with light
double and single buggy harness,
carriage dusters, robes, flv nets.
stable sheets and a ver3 large as
sortment of ladies' and gentlemen's
saddles, I will sell the above stock
for the next thirt3' days at and be
low cost, tf W.G. KEEFEK.
on all summer goods at Wm.
ohn Hays from Salt Creek pre-
cinet is in the city today.
Take advantage of the light
ness sale at Keefer's.
1 he counts' commissioners heard
a road case tod;i3' and rests the case
until tlicy c;i!) personally examine
-Marriage license issued todavto
John Clarence, Nebraska City, aged
''. and Miss Melissa Clarence, .ol
Union agec 1 '11.
The wife of Win. Berdine. the B
A; M. brakeman. whose tragic death
was noted in yesterth's Herald.
was so badly shocked by the news
mat sue iieii ironi Us ellect. I Heir
home is in Hastings.
K'ilev Arrivals: L. L. Arnold,
Mark Iliiges. Purl ingion. la f. M.
Serth, I. .. Wade, Chicago; P.. M.
Baker. Kim wood; Cell Jay. G. II
McCralt. Lincoln; G. L. Herm, Den
ver; Curtis Ash, Kansas Citv; II. B
Nelson. Atchison; B. I). I loag, Thos.
Capit, Omaha; G. II. McCrall. Lin
coln. Do not fa il to not ice t he an uounce
nient of the base ball game to tain
place this afternoon at t o'clock, as
susenue'u across ,'iain street. ie
tween the business houses of Mayer
iSc Morgan and Sherwood. The plan
is unique, tasty and shows that in
terest is manifested on the part of
our business men, in the amuse
ments of the day.
The strike among the job printers
of Omaha is still 011, with slight
odds in favor of e'mployers. Non
union men were brought from St.
Louis and Kansas City 3-esterday
and set at work for the Republican
printing company. The firm of
Ackernian Brothers A; Heintze have
acceded to the demands of the
union and strikers returned to
Karly this morning Grant Clarence
Martha Clarence, Mel issaJClarence,
and John Clarence, of L'nion, and
II. J. Clarence, of Nebraska City,
drove into the cit3r and put up at
the Goose House. Indications
poitited to the fact that there was a
good prospect for a wedding and
upon inquir3' THE HERALD reporter
found that H. J, Clarence' had
secured license to wed
Melissa. The cereinonj' was per
formed in the parlor of the Goos
House to-day at 3 p. m., Rev. II. B.
Burgess of the Kpiscopal church
officiating. The Herald extends
congratulations and wishes the
happ3' couple a life of usefulness
Affairs at the Smelter in Omaha
have not materiallv- changed to-day.
The manager of the' smelting works
claims that no effort will be made
to start the works for several weeks,
3'et other reports seem to indicate
that an effort will be made to re
sume work soon. James Bacon, the
leader of the lockeel out smelters,
said yesterday-: "We are certain to
win the light within a fewelays. The
company lias seven million dollars'
worth of material now lying idle,
which must lie- worked up in orrler
to fill present engageme'iits. The
company will find it difficult to get
men to take our places." While
thus far there has been no serious
trouble, a gang of strikers entered
the snie'Iting works yeste'rday and
compelled a number of willing
workmen to quit work. This called
out a proclamation from the mayor
to the e'ffe'Ct that all organize'd mobs
disperse and refrain from congre
gating in large numbers so as to
girls at Wise &
Now is the time to get a saddle at
3'ottr own price at Keefer's. tf
Take your prescriptions to Brown
& Barrett's, the' dispense pure med
Big Opportunity Now ;
to liny sample pair's of shoes at
rediculousl3' low figures, come now;
delav' lessens 3'our chance. Wm.
Herold & Son's tf
That Hacking Cough can so quick
ly cured b- Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it, 1 -tf
Scotch Zepher Gingham reduced
from 17c and 15c to 10c at Wm. Her
old & Son's. tf
The largest line of patent nied-i
cities wili be found at Brown & Bar
Potted strawberry plants of
choice varieties will be on sale at
Lew Moore's by J11I3- loth. Plants
put out now will insure a big crop
next 3-ear. d&wtf
Itch 011 human ans horses and all
animals cured in 39 minutes by
WoolfOrd's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by F, G. Fricke &
Co.. druggist, Plattsmouth. wtf.
EAD Mm LOOK
- AT THIS
UK II A V
OllH lot of
Floiiiicings at '.','.k-
One lot of white Flouncing
SL'.OO; pattern worth 3.00.
One lot of white
Floiincings reduced to o2(). A
pattern of this lot comprises goods
A 1 '
ALL OF OUR FANCY PLUSH ORNAMENT
REDUCED TO 5 CENTS EACH.
terest in the firm of J W, Hendee & Co, now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hardware
FOR - CASH - ONLY
t pric-e that are within the reach of all. K very thing in our stock a bar
gain. Look over our list and see if you cannot find some
thing you need.
4o00 lbs cut nails, 3c per lb to close
act grass scythe for oocts
Step ladders from 00 cts up
1 in ware at reduced prices
Brooms. 15 to 25cts
Chopping bowls. 19 to 34cts
Bushel corn baskets, 19cts
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 75c.
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to close.
Other articles too numerous to mention .at correspondingly low prices
Come and see us. Remember we sell to ever3'body alike
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HENDEE
OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Children
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEY &BE AtH HEST GtiSS
AND OF THE VERY LATjlST STYLE.
CALL AND BE
REDUCE OUR LTOCK 07:
K MADi; A
worth up f .sij.oO a pattern.
One lot of white, am Mack
Flouncinrrs reduced to So.fJO. A
pattern some floods in this lot for
merly sold at 310.00 a pattern.
All our patterns contain 41 yds
the U. V. Mathew's in
200 doz carpet tacks, Ic per paper
Best clothes wringer made, $12.10
X() cent spades for xi cts.
X) ct handsaws forrxicts
Churns. 80cts to $1'00
Wash boards, 19cts
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