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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1891)
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VOL XXV 1 1. NO. 21
FLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, N KB U A SKA, TUUKSDAY, SEl'TEM BKH 101 MM
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A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latest U. S. Government Food lie
port. A. SALSBURY
GOLD AND I'GKl'ELAIN CKOWN9.
Dr. Steinways an.i'sthctlo fertile piitnleen cx
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Rockwood Block Plattsimmi h. Neb.
THOS POLLOCK B W HIERS
Notai Aublic & Abstractor Solid ti
POLLOCK & IIYEKS
Heal Estate, Loan and Insurant Agents
PLATT8MOUTH - NEB.
If you have real estate to sell or
xchange send us description, price
kbstracts of title furnished at reas
IJOO.OOO to loan at 72 per cent and
OfSce under Can CouDty Bank,
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OOI.D AND PORC8LlNTRbwN8
Bridge work and hno gold work a
DB. 8TEINAC8 LOCAL as well as other lab
esttiettcsgiveii for the painless extractloo of
C. A. MARSHALL, Fitzgerald P-v.!
UU? ? DIM
Notice to Coal Consumers
i I will furnish the best of coal of
all grades to those who pay me, but
f those who wish to run long winded
accounts I don't want. As 1 have to
'f'Avay for what I get I must insist on
(ay for what I sell. All those who
know tnemaeives mueoieu 10 me
will please pay by the 15th of Sep
tember as I must have money to
pay for winter coal,
Dealer in Anthracite and Hitumi
n'liis coal and wood. Office and
yAird 404 South Third st. telephone
lS, Plattsmouth, Neb. tf
Pearl Steam cookers for sale by
J..W. HendeeA Co, go and see them
Brown & Barrett have just re
ceived a fine line of imported tooth
and nail brushes, cloth and hair
brushes. Prices away down. tf
1 Look out fcr JOE'S
Grand Fall Opening he
will announce exact
date within a few days
FOR, - THIRTY
Button Calf Stock
Lace Calf Stock
Congre6i Calt SUck
Congress Butt Stock
Lace Buft' Stock -Button
hildrens Shoes -Inlants
i Vjome and See our Job Lot
K. White shipped three cars of
corn to Chicago to-day.
Fred Sehlegel is taking in the
sights at Lincoln to-day.
Mrs. Will McLellan was a passen
ger for the state fair this morning.
James I'inkerton the night opera
tor is seeing Lincoln the fair today.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crisman are in
Lincoln to-day attending the state
Green CotTinan and wife left on
.No. 3 this morning for Thedford on
Miss Dora Fricke departed last
evening for a short visit at Atdilaud
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinney were
passengers for Lincoln to attend
the state fairthis morning.
Mr. B. Spurlock, of the Motheis
Jewels Home, York Nebraska, spent
the day. returning home last even-
Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Monroe left
last night for McDougal Kansas
where Elmer has a valuable lumber
T. U. Brown and wife accom
panied by their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Kobt. Leveral went to Lincoln this
Chas. Forbes and family were
passengers this morning for Lin
coln to spend a few days at the
Jessie (juim, who has been stop
ping during the summer with her
aunt, Mrs. Taylor, departed on No. 5
for her home this morning.
The dates for our county fair are
rapidly drawing near, and we again
insist that all classes, trades and
professions, represented in the
county make a harmonious pull
toward its suceseful prosecution.
The M. P. will run train regularly
durning the fair this affording all
living along that line ample ac
comodations. The B. & M. will
trains that can not fail to accomo
date thir patrons.
Everyone should see the balloon
ascension the lotn ana inn-
Wednesday and Thursday. Friday
u lady will give a pexforniance on a
tight wire. Good racing and a
general good time is aticipated.
One ticket admits to all above
Local continued on eighth page.
each $10 worth of goutls
at kTlie Fa r' arc not
"Daubs" but real artists
Sec our 5, 10 and 25
cent counters For Bargains
E. P. ESCHER
Greatest Shoe Sale In Plattsmo'alth.
- 13 A. V S - ONLY
$3.00 shoe tt $2.50
2.50 shoe at 2.00
2.50 shoe at 2.00
2.00 shoe at i uO
1.75 shoe at 1.35
' shoe at 1.25
1.25 shoe at 1,00
shoe at .25 & .35
Shoes and Boots- Twenty Pairs Mens Shop Made Boots,
A Proi-perous Bee Farm.
The raising of bees, like nil otlnv
industries, has fell the advantages
of modern inventions and improve
ments. Instead of the old straw
hive, with an extra swarm of bees
and live or six pounds of honey per
year, the modern lee farmer is not
satisfied with less than threeswarnis
of bees from his one colony, while
he gets fioin this same colony all
the way from fifty to seventy-live
pounds of honey.
Having often hoard of the suc
cessful bee farm of Mr. laspor
Young, who resides in the edge of
the timber east of the new fair
grounds, n Hkkalo reporter was de
tailed to look over and enquire into
Mr. Young's methods. We found
his bees nicely located in a natural
grove ne.ir the house, consisting of
eighty-live stands or colonies, as
apiarists call them of the famous
Italian bees. The hives were all
facing the east, in order to catch
the first riiysoffhe morning sun.
The hives' were all double and were
filled in with chaff, thus 'making
them warm for winter and cool for
summer, and doing away with the
expensive method of wintering in a
bee house or cellar, ns in this house
they require no looking after at alb
in the coldest weather. Mr. Young
uses movable frames in all his
hives and puts in a foundation of
bees-wax, which some inventive
Yankee has made to look exactly
like the genuine comb made by the
bees themselves. ,
In his twenty years' experience
Mr. Young has learned much that
is of interest in relation to the
habits of the "busy bee," whose sex
is generally of the neuter gender
and whose sole ambition is to pile
up a miserly store of incomparable
sweets. The only female in the
whole hive is the Oueen, and she is
the crowned and undisputed boss
of the whole ranch; there is no
Mormon business about the bees on
that side of the house. The drones
are the male bees, from twenty to
fifty being often found in one hive;
but when they get too thick as they
are idlers the little workers kill
them off au:l eject them from the
Mr. Young not only markets large
quantities of line honey, but he sells
(Jueeus and new colonies all over
the west. He sent several stands to
Arizona some time ago which were
delivered in good condition, al
though they had to be hauled a
number of miles by wagon. His
stands of pure Italian bees are
thoroughly acclimated in this
country andean not be surpassed
anywhere in the United States.
Those desiring to enter into thia
profitable and pleasant business
can not do better than to purchase
their stock of Mr. Young. The
'Young" brand of strained honey is
known all over as a synonym for
purity and excellence. The honey
is not strained, as its name would
imply, but large sections of well
filled comb are shaved over with a
sharp knife, removing the caps of
the honey cells; it is then placed on
end in a large tin can on a revolving
disc, which is made to whirl around
with such rapidily as to throw the
nonry an otu 01 tne como. A very
cleanly process, which leaves the
honey in fine condition for the mar
ket. The comb is then returned to
the hives and is again filled by the
The finest line of Neckwear, Hats
and Caps at JOE'S, the one price
Fine Light Dongola
Medium Light Dongola
A Beauty Dongola -A
Fine Goat Stock
lleav Goat Stock
Dongota Goat -
A Pie mant CVrn-uon
Yesterday was the thirtieth auui.
versary of the marriage of Mr. and
Mrs. K. H. Todd, and their friends
had planned a surprise for them.
Although it failed in being a com.
plete surprise, a royal good time
was had. About 1 o'clock their
friends began to arrive and for
three hours they kept coniinir, 'til
their commodious dwelling, three
and one-half miles west of the city,
was overflowing with guests, who
brought well-filled baskets of every
thing good to eat.
The afternoon was spent in out
door irames of all k
younger people, while the old
settlers gathered around in groups
and told stories of olden times, 'til
5::0 o'clock, when supper was an
nounced, and the inner man Was
supplied with everything that the
season produces, after which some
of the older ones went home while
others staid 'til quite late in theeve-
The bride and groom of thirty
years received from their sons a
handsome silver set, consisting of
sugar bowl, butter dish, cream
pitcher and spoon holder, and a set
of table linen, while the guests left
a handssme antique oak dining
rootn table and chairs.
Following are the names of those
present: Messis. and Mesdames S.
M. Chapman, Bird Critchfield, A. N
Sullivan, J. I. Unruh, B. S. Ramsey
J. C. Eikenbary and family, S. A'
Davis, Sam Richardson, J. T
Thomas, Sam Thomas, Harry
Thomas, J. K. Parmelc
Will Bailey, J. X. Summers, A. B,
laylor. Allen Beeson, Horsley,
I. Isabella, J. Leach, Tom Williams,
J. M. Ellison, Henry Bitck, J. W.
Johnson, Ben Elson, Win. Gilmore,
. II. Worden, A. E. Tood, Charley
Twist, and Messrs. F. M. Richey, A.
B. Knotts, A. B. Todd; Misses Birdie
Irish, Jessie Todd, Jessie Quinn,
Belle Vrrmilyea, Lizzie Leach, Susie
Thomas, Fay Thomas; Mrs. Boyd,
Mrs. McElwain, Mrs. Miller, Grand
ma Thomas, and a number of others
whose names we failed to get.
Among the donors who failed to
be present on account of pressing
business and who sent their regrets
were Mr. David Miller, Dr. W. A.
Humphrey, and Messrs. and Mes
dames A. Clark, J. M. Patterson, W
D. Jones, Frank Dickson, M. B. Mur
phy, C. E. Wescott.
Among the guests there were ten
who were there thirty years ago
AH went away wishing Mr.and Mrs.
Todd many happy returns of the
Bwittkx-Spikes. Last evening at
the residence of J. C. Petersen,
Mr. John Britten to Miss Ada
Spires' Rev. Burgess officiating.
Ihe contracting parties are quite
well known in our city and all will
doubtless join with The Herald in
extending congratulations and
The happy couple departed this
morning on No. 5 for points in
western Kansas on a weddingj tour,
to be gone several weeks. A large
company of friends gathered at the
train to see them off,
Street Commissioner Poisal has
a large force of men at work on
North Eighth street this week. They
with scrapers and the large road
grader belonging to the county are
making long needed repairs which
will not only be for the convenience
of the traveling public, but will
greatly beautify the thoroughfare.
Let the good work go on.
$4.00 shoe at ?3.25
3.75 fchoc at 2J0
3.25 shoe at 2.58
3.00 shoe at 2.35
2.10 shoe at 1.90
2.50 shoe at 1.50
Made by Our Workman that
IIISUMJIKH CLKABAJtCE SALEf
In order to reduce stock to make room lor our full purchases
we must dose out the balance ot our Summer stock as quickly as py8
Bible. Lommencin- to day we will oiler our entire line ot white
goods, embroideries ilouncings and all overs
At 20 Per Cent 1)1 count From Uvular Price,
Jjidies summer vests at 8c
Jadies summer vests at 10c
Jadies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
T adies black lisle and ancy
J ' oo worth 45c
readies silk mixed vests at 6oc, was a bar-
Jadias silk vests at
20 per cent, on all
per cent dicsount
Challies reduced to S cents per yard, regulars 8b,c quallity.
Mousselme de India reduced to (Ic per jar I. H"'y
We make thisotTer in order to
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. RKMEM Uiik nl! c-f our
goods marked in plain bgures and we do as w,; Advertise. Don't mis
this ea,e ns they are the lowest prices quoted this hearton
HOT. DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
IN OUIt COMPLETE STOCK OP
We give you the following deep cut in prices:
Ladies Fine Glazed Dongola $2.'Ar shoes reduced to
Ladies Dongola Kid Flexible flSOshoe reduced to
Ladies Best Dongola $11.00 shoes reduced to- - -
Ladies Hand Turned best Dogola $4.00 shoe reduced to
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
We have a great many other sample lots
In orderto reduce our
Hand Sewed Welt, Luce or Con".
French Calf Stock -Fine
Calf, Lace or Congress
Fine Goat Skin Congress -Calf
Shoe a bargain
Calf Skin good wearer
Good Neat Style Buff -
Graw Plows Shoes -
we GOT 7,50 and S.00 jDOLL ARSfor. Now Sellfoat7
regular. 10c quality.
regular. 15 quality,
Egyptian cotton vests at
$1, reduced from $1.26,
on all our silk umbrellas
redin-o Mm-ir M,.U, ... ,.
of odd sizes thut we
stock to meet our obligation.
Xf0rd8 hal will self at reduced
0.00 shoe at $5.00
5.50 shoe at 4.50
4.25 shoe at 3.50
5.00 6hoeat 3.S5
3.25 shoe at 2,05
2.00 shoe at 1.5
1.50& 1.75 at 1.00
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