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THE Daily u&kaLd : IIattsmuitM x KB ha ska, WKDksiiAV, NOVKMBEUJi, isas.
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Tne Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. fcalUharjr, UralM,
Trlrphoae . .V.
KiMk hooI ISailJiar
lr. M?Ua. Ottlre la irrln lira Klnrr, ltl
4 -ara 4 or. lta ta l tiraallr, Trlrpboar Sw.
Or Wttbrrs. the llalr... JlralUt, Inlon
lilork, ever Krirkr'a lira Morr, I'Utlxnovl b.
Regular meeting of the Band of
Ill tomorrow afternoon at I o'clock at
;. a. u. i tii.
The ladies sewing circle of St Lukes
Guihl will meet at the r-sil in-c of Mr
A. W. White tomorrow Hfti-rnooii at -o'clock.
AVondor why the young people of
t'.ii-l nei ihborhood do not agitate ui i i. j
mrttcs a littU more? Ak the author-
iti ?s on leap year.
John Johnson ami Misn M.iry H-uison,
lotli jf Lofkitvil c. were loineil in me
lioly hond of iiiatriinony thin inorniii
!y Judge UiimM'11.
Mi Lizzie Stfinikc entertained
ab mt twi nty-live of Imt young l:nlyan
gentlemen friend- at her home on Seventh
Ktrft -t last cveninir. The usual aniue-
nts were Wubjeel in.
Miss Lelia Thomas w:n admiiably
surprised last evening by I he appearance
of a mrtv of about fifteen of L-r friends
at her home on Chicago avenue. A very
enjoyable evening was spent and the
party did not break uj their amusements
until after midnight.
-Mr. Joe Klein, who Ins recently
opened up a clothing store here, has
witnessed so much more of an increase
in his business than he at lirt.t expected,
that he was obliged to imtke a second
trip to Chicago to purchase good, whert
lie left for l.u-t night. lie will return in
A few days to replenish his stock
The Ncbraslei Telephone Company
have located an exchange ollicc at Union,
a small village a few miles south of here.
The instruments were put in there on
JHon-lay last, lne ihimihss men are
about to tak; hold of the improvement.
Uniou, t Ii on nil only a small place at
present, gives every promise of a thriv
ing towu in the near future. The paper
of that place should Lrwhr.
When a young man aud his lady
friend, arc invited out to a private
dance, sociable, or other amusements too
numerous to mention, they are heard to
ning when starting out " Wo won t go
home till morning." and on the return,
when the morning i soon to dawn upon
them, and the horror, of the coming day
nppcar before them in the bhape of hard
work without rest, they then begin to
elng; " Home, sweet home, there's no
lace like home."
The fciugins of Jerry Danihcr, who
accidentally shot himself while out hunt
ing near Carl in, Nevada, ane day last
week, are expected to arrive tomorrow
evening or Friday mot ning. If they ar
rive here in the evening, the funeral
will not bo held until the following
morning, if not until morning, thsy will
be conveyed directly to the Catholic
church where a ahort service cjjl beheld
after which, the procession will proceed
to the Oak Hill ctnic-ttry, where inter
ment will take place. All members of
the A. O. II. of which he was a former
member, here, are requested to ineit at
Fitzgerald's hall tomorrow evening at
8:30 o'clock to made preparatious for the
burial of their late brother.
We are in receipt of "Fremont
Illustrated," an attractive illustrated
pamphlet i.aued under the auspices of
the "Trade Bureau," Fremont, Nebraska.
This is a publication of more than ordi
nary excellence anil interest, and is in
reality a well-written essay, without per
sonal advertisement of any kind, on the
inexhaustible resources of corn, hay and
live-stock of the whole state of Nebraska
Iieing devoted entirely to live-stock
subjects, i remont nas come to he oje
of the great general lire-stock centres of
the West, and its great establishments
which the book illustrates, and an im
mense showing of beef cattle, thorough
breds, native and imported horses, sheep
feeding and hog interests are splendidly
indicative of the resources of the state
certain uoartnng House that we
know of in the city can boast of - good
protection, and when necessity demands
it, can represent a good number of the
professions. If any one of the boarders
meets with any serious accident, there is
a doctor in the honse to stitch him up or
set broken bones; if he receives the
injuries from a scrapper, thefe is a lawyer
on hand to prosecute him and a reporter
near by to catch on and write him up. If
any of the number wishes to purchase
land, there is a capitalist there to buy
from and a professor to figure for them,
and a man to purchase the papeis from
and make them out. If any one 'of the
the party is financially embarrassed and
wants to move to another tOwn,and there
would be no chance to get there, unless
on a tie pass, there arc three railroad men
present to help him oat, and telegraph
operator to forward the word
town so that h can be given a foyal
Boston Daily (llobe: The talented
melodramatic star, Aiden Benedict, oicn
ed a week's engagement yesterday at the
Windsor theatre in that powerlul piece,
" Monte Cristo." The star had quite an
idea when he placed $5,000 in bright,
new bills, in the store of Ste ph'.nioii, thi
grocer, ilireciiy opposite me inaiu
entrance to the Windsor. The sum was
placed there as a guarantee that the n-
lire production vi .tiiMiiu viih
perfu t a pioduction of that piece as has
ever 1m-cii given in America. If the pub
lic verdict at the end of the week is
ag iinst the star, piece, support and scenic
sitting, tin; money is to be donate 1 to
some loci-. I chanty hereafter to be dcig
n tted. Judging from the people turned
away frcni both performance yesterday,
uid the enthusiastic plaudits from those
who were fortunate enough to get into
the theatre, there ts verv little doubt of
the popular verdict. The play was cast,
staged and given with a perfection that
carried out all the promises of the
star and management. Mr Benedict,
as Eilmniid Dilutes, gave a mas
terly assumption of this great char
acter, and carried the house by storm.
He p'uyd the part with rare gr.ml judg
mcnt. ri lug Co iho powerful scene with a
most brilliant reading o Jhe character.
Mis support was in the main good. They
videnccd careful and systematic drill,
nid in cnsf quenec played together like
well-oiled machinery. The scenery was
lihorate. artistically correct, and all that
could be asked. The entire production
was thoroughly aalialarfory from the rise
to the fall of the curtain.
Aiden Benedict in "Monte Cristo,"
will appear at the Waterman opera
house tomorrow (Thursday) night.
Seats arc ik.w at the usual place.
The comnanv njakes .1 ei)OS!t f 1.000
- i j .
insure the satisfaction of the theatre-
joers, am! !f all who attend are not well
: paid for -their money by the entertain
ment, the amount rjli be refunded to
'hem at the ticket office
Ed IIkuai.ii Dear Sir: Please allow
-pace in your rtilnmns for a few items
'roin Greenwood. It i the only way
iovv we can be heard, as the Juiiyunl
; our last paper) has flown. It has gone
I Eagjc-to keep Alf Cooly cool.
W. I... lloiland, of South Omaha, is in
.mn visiting frteu.L this week. ,
Church festivals, oyster HiipM:i' lee
ires, dances, and protracted meetings
-.ill soon be iu order.
The M. V.. i h'jrch directors are talking
f buving the late fei4i-;;ce of Edwin
J.-ary for a parsonage, and we ttiiijk jt is
iiiC" place, cheap, aud offered on easy
Atty's C. A. Woosley and O. W. Clark
ire attending district court at I'latts
uouth this week.
lion. Edwin Jeary has moved hi:
i imiir and ejfects to Ins new home on
.I street, Lincoln hud James W. Bouk,
lie Greenwood seed man iiaa iiivyed in
le house formerly occupied by Mr. Jeary.
If reports arc true, souie of our demo
ratic friends here need attention. A
rentleman was telling me today that some
f the most priuiiucnt ones have been off
f feed for fully fittceu xjay and are
retting very poor and weak, AmI we
inve been very creditably informed that
-ome of the boys have needed a night
watch since November 0, to prevent
miigP5tion, caused from au over dose of
On Wednesday eCiuait last we had
ne of the riproaingest ratiheaiiorts ever
ield in this" neck o the woods.. Fully
wo thousand citizens were out to see the
: elephant" and to see who could make
!ie most noise. Tin horns, brass bands.
whistle, horse hVdles.bon fires.and little
ys'lungs were Jhc order of the night
-ill the wee sma" hois of the morning.
Mr. Jlenry Cutler and Mb?3 Lillie
Valker, of this place were united in
narriage last week and are now sight
seeing in Denver.
The W. R. C Concert.
The following programme, which will
e rendered nudtr the auspices of the
V. lL Corps, is being prepared it present.
I ne concert will be held in the Water
nan opera house on Tuesday evening
n:xt, Xovember '27 :
1'ItOu HA V E VI I!ST PART
riauo Solo jciier.o ilcnUelhson Miss
Keeitatiii Druminer Boy or The Kaupaliao.
eek, AUks I'rsuia Wiles.
Jlajor Ileiidi rsliot - JiuIkc
1. M. (.'Iiapn: an.
(ieneral (iran 's favorite Manh Maj
iersliot and son.
suiiX 'l-lie Teinnect Mr. Deiri.-k.
I.a I'lata muckian Maj. Henier.-hot and
Mr. Merges II Trovatore P:mtai3 Cramer
iiuiiaiion oi an engine pulling train Mj
Icinlersliot and sen.
MBT SKfON It
Indies Quartette .niiic- Laurie Duck Mis
i aui. Mrs. cari-euter, Miss I'olloek and Mrs.
luxle Maj. llen.lerxhot and son.
sanaolluai)r tautai!e Ley V.ich Mr
: -Herat LoKau's favorite march Maj lien
ersbot ami son,
ras fol o A Hundred Fathoms Deei
i iattach .Xtr. Derriek.
I lie old armv sick call come and lift your
i i.iinc .ii ij-ii uijrrsiMii aim S4iu.
Duet Night in venieo-Arditti Miss Taul
iu .ir. .:arpeiirer.
llie oia-lasbioued w lute Army Bean Maj.
ieiiu-r-iMtt .-iuriiH :
'Xis tiie bean tliat we mean.
A nd we'll eat as we ne'r te before ;
The armv lpan niee and clean.
We will stick to our beau ever more.
Imitation of IJ.ittle. introducini; ii-ket ririiiir
ine at aek. tlie rattle of musketry, tlie roar ef
4.1H-I... i,,.- iMir-im- oi sueu ana tiie ciiarue
Maj JU-iidersliot mid sou.
A Mighty Mean Man
I consider anyone who will steel a
i in'si daily paper from the front of his
ionic, a mighty mean man, and that he
voulel stoop to steel the copprrs from a
I rati mail's eyes. Once or twice, I have
i.t complained of, but when a man will
lioep it up for the sike of saviuj fifteen
cents per week, he is about a email as
they make them. It's time to stop. The
p irtj U known, and it would be a wiae
plun.for him to abandon each an
III in m& wmsMW
U ii 8 M II ?f y If I'&lisliillM
Black Diagonal Cloth, Fur Trim
med, only $7.00.
Black Extra Quality Boucle Cloth.
Sp,.'sJ frin're Trimmings, Bell Sleeve,
Black Frieze Clotli,BaHtViini;.L
(Jnilted Lining, Astrachan Cufis and
Collaj-.:, only $1-1.00.
r.vown and TU lijocftded afel
lasse, Flush Bait Trin ing, Flrs'i
Culls and Collar, only 15.00.
Silk Flush, Flush Ball Trimming?,
UU) Satin Lined, Chamois pockets,
Black Astrachan l.ith: Spike
Trimmings, Satin Lined, only $10.
Fancy Silk Striped Cloaking,
Fall Triiii'Ming to match, Quilted
Satin Li n! tig, only
Seal Plush, Khgant Flush Ball
Trimming, Satin 1 ined, genuine Seal
Loops, only $23.
Elegant Seal Flush, Beaver Ball
Trimmings and Collar, Q nil ted Satin
LiweJ, nl;-; S32.50.
iir Plush Sacuues are jinishc4
Lining. Chamois Pockets and Genuine Seal Loops, Any uai-antep
failing to meet the repiescntation in
replaced hy a new one.
ONE DOOR EAST FIftST HATIOilAL BANK.
Mr. J. L. Farthing is in Omaha today,
Mr. O. II. Ballou was called to Omaha
today on business.
Mr. T. L. Murphy wont to Oiiriha this
morning on business.
W. S. Lcyda, of Weq,'r.g Waier, is in
tl.ft c Uy today visiting his brpthor, . M.
Mr. Byron Drew returneel from Ojnahft
l ist evening where he hail spent a couple
of days this week.
Mrs. O'Kcefe and el.iughter, Miss Grace
of Gnjafta, are visiting with Mrs. 1.
Fitzgcral', of ttiic i-u?,
Mr, J. V. Week bach ami wi fe returned
from Omaha this morning whers they
have been spending a couple of days.
Mrs. Capt. Paine. Mrs. C. E, Yittcs,
wife of the supertendent telegraph com
pany, anel Mrs. Darrah. all of Lincoln,
visited at the home of Hon. F. K. White,
Mr. John lngaii,r.f FJos Moines.brother
to Messrs. Chas. and Ira Ingalls, of li.is
office, anel Mr. 11. V. Booely. of the same
city, reinaineel over Iw re today while en
route to Idaho.
Mr. M. G. Keefer, who has been vislt-
inj; his family at Wahoo for several days.
leiunieu to tne city yesteraay. lie was
i . i j -. . t -
accompanied by an old friend from that
town, Mr. F. p. MeCutcheon, who comes
here to attenel court.
Mr. W. Thurston, of New York, who
has been visiting at the home of Mr.
Henry Waterman for several elays, took
his departure for Little Rock, Arkansas,
la.-.t evening. J lis son will remain here
during his ahsence.
Riddl: House arrivals: Gcornjo Tees-
dale, New York; M. E. Springer, Chicago;
A. O. Clemans, Philedelphia; J. II.
Custer, Oniiha; E. Mosher, Nebraska
City; P. G. Jacobson, Lincoln; W. n.
Burnes, Omaha; Robt. Walker, Omaha.
Mr. IL Craig believes in the liallo
tysteni and is havip- an jfstrc-".. r t
Ottr Assortment surpasses
anything heretolorc attempted
hy ns in this Department, and
our customers will be surprised
at our magnificent display of
LufliBS' anil Kisses'
and at very Low 1 'rices. Wa
are showing decided novelties in
and Solid Colors
with plain, lell or
vitli t Jij bpst of Quilted Satin
wear given our garments, will
Xt Wtcfmaq-'s Qpera ljoue the evening
of Tuesday. November d'f. Given by
Maj. R. II. Ilendershot and 9on, assisted
by the best local musical talent, under
the auspices of the W. R. C.
Maj. Henelershot is said to be the best
drummer in the world; his son is a fine
life pjayer. tf
Jfo woman can be copteuted and ViJ-
py If hei skjn is covered with pimples
and blotches. These disflsrurinz trui)t-
ions are easily removed by the use of
Ayei's Sarsaparilla. This medicine is
perfectly safe to take, anel is a thorough
ly reliable blood purifier.
Mis. Simpson yU roecii a few pupils
in music, on Saturdays, at' Mrs. Living
ston's residence, corner Sixth and O.-ik
streets. Plattsmouth, Nov. 10, 188S. tf
Two or three fpeslj niilJv coys for sale
at Holmes' barn. tf
Scrofula is one of the most fatal among
tha scourges which aliliet mankind.
Chronic sores, cancerous humors, ema
ciation, and consumption, are the results
of scrofula. Ayer'o Sarnaparjlla eradi
cates this poison, and restores, to the
blood, the elements of life anil health.
X nice line of silk and liuen handker
chiefs and mutilcrs jut received at J. IT.
Fresh oysters, in can or bulk, at Rig
gins Bros., proprietors of Empire Market,
Order your poultry
of the Empire
As soon as you discover any falling
of the hair or grayness always use Hall's
Hair Reuewer to tone up the secretions
and prevcut baldness or grayness.
Notice to A O- H.
All members of The A. O. II. are re
quested to meet at Fitzgerald Huli to
morrow at 8:30 p.m. to make pre'parations
for the burial of their late brother, Jerry
--Dr, Emmons is about to have the
telephone wires connected with his
residence and office, and Manager Buzzell
,- V f - r -
We sliall tflVr all of our Kid Gloves,
worth from ifl.T") to 2. .'(), at the Noini
nal I'rii e
SI.SO PER PAIR.
Tliis includes t v rvtbinr we rnny in
Stoek of DitKseil, Htietle8, Cantors, nr.il
liutton Riinj)Ron8 U f-t Colors aiul
IMacks, now $1.50, worth Ifi'.M).
4 Button Kinippon's Hwt Colors nnd
Blacks, now sfl.50, w rth ifi'.W.
4 Button Our Own Fancy EinhroiclereVl
Hacks, CVlois and Black, now J 1.50,
5 Button Bon Mart-he Extra, Colors
1 Til 1 ..4S . I .4. M -
ana macK, now $ i.;ju, weitn
8 Button MupqiH-tuirc Suedes, Colors,
only $1.50, w orth $i.2.".
0 Button Mosquetaire Su des, Colors
a pel Black, $1.50, wonh $-'.00.
liutton t'astors, Jolprs, only now
If 1,50, worth f2.00.
iuede(lnantet Privin (Moves, Ci'lois,
only now $150, worth frJ.'Jh.
Our $ 1.00 Beaver Shawls in Greys and
Browns, sold elsewh' re at $5.00.
Our $5.00 Rcvcrsil'le Velvet, in Greys
and Browns, with Fancy Border, is decid
edly a good hargaip;
Our $7.00 Heuvcr goad heavy Shawl,
Very pretty line of colors.
Our $D.OO Beaver, superior quality,
elegant patterns, well worth $10.00.
Our $10.00 Brsver in Greys, Tans and
Browns, entirely now patterns, and would
1e decidcJJy cjienp at $12.0(1.
Comprises f3ve yt)ji!2 ip r-
Comforts and Blankets.
10x4 White Blankets at $1.25 per pair.
10x4 White Blankets, good weight,
only $2.00 per pair.
Q-.- jyiute n'l Wool Guarantee .1,
Our Coantry iaade
OiTE BOOR EAST FIRST
IBoots aw&dl Shoe
SPECIAL Sales in Ladies' Fine
QuR Three Dollar Shoes is far better than ever put on the market here before,
pan Tw'I5nar Shoe nothing will cejual eiuis.
g IME is ge.ing on and our goods mu-t be
OME think this is just a blow.
SJ QYf ?!! as is lor yu to 'd,ve us a caii.
AND to see tiie good.i will convince you that we
RICES Low is our Motto.
W. A. BO
--The election s oyer but Timothy
Clark still has plenty of coal and wood
at his yarel on south 3rd street. Orde rs
taken at central telephone eiffice and
M. B. Murphy fe Co's store. Canon City
$7.25 per ton; Iowa Lump $4.75;
Momosia $5.00. tf
O. P. Smith Co. have the finest dis
play of holiday goods ever brought to
to the city.
A house to rent, handy to the busi
nes part of tiie city. For lnfo:roation
call at this office.
Elson, the One Price Clothier, is selling
the Chicago Hats at $1.90.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham ami
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
II, Boeck'g furn Iture stoclr ia Aclrtmu-1.
ecigett to be the finest and most complete
in the citv. -
II. M. Gault
fine novelties in Oxidized Silver goodg
If yon have a watch, clock or jewelry
"f RDTdr k,indJou1want repaired good, take
It to II. iL Gaolt All work warrant 0I
per pair, is ixtta lare J-iz', ni.il p i tmlly
mlvirtisid ns a 1) l-ni'.niii at lj.(0.
11x4 hite In i in 1 is lull tize uml
at $7.50 a pii'r is a pood harji:in.
$t.50,VcMun INmivcKuI IMn.kit is
gotid vulue ut $5.(:0.
$0.00, Ited Blanket extra w tight ai d
!L'x4 Hod BlHt:k(t t .r.O per pair,
made up of the fincM wool.
Brown and Gray iiiixnl lilniikits, tit
Our $1.00 C inf( it, fair J iin, ' d
Our $1.50 Com fl i t, gcoil quality,
print Kolid, icl liiiiiif. lilll it h
Our $2.C0 c inf it, Fist Flint, ixlm
Our $2.50 Comfort, two good vhIih :
No. 1. Fast Colon d ( hintz 1'iiiit,
White Cotton Filled, ixtia size isi.d
No. 2. Farcy Kutino. t lid nd lin
ings, elegant line of put tms iid foloti.
Our $:i.25 Impoitid ( hu.tz I'l.ttuns,
very fancy quilted, i xlia size n d iht.
Our $4.( 0 Fine Farcy r't.lii . holid
Sittiiie I.ired, viry nicily qn.ltnl, size
l.iidiis' White Moiino Vsts. FilK ititih
ed, Silk hound, at 50 cents ei;eh. FiiiiIh
Ladies' Fxtra fine, n.i(ii(i e iidity,
White Vle iino Ve sts, Jers-i y i il.l d slot vea
at 75 cents each. I'arts to n.nte h at n.me
Ladies' White Woe.l Veslf, Silk Fe.iind
and Stitched, at $1.25.
Ladies' Natural Wee.l Vests aj.el pi;p?
at l.r; en.li, -.voi tii l.2o.
Ladie s' Sciulet Vestsai.e! 1'ants, mi ot til
an el eeift, en'y $1.00 eaeh.
Lnelies' Scarlet Saxony Wool Vests nnel
Pants, finest quality, at 81.75 eneh.
Lnelie-s' Camels Hair Pants anil Vests
IteiTiiee 1 to $:!.00 a suit, v oi th $1.00.
Full Lines ef Children's, Misses nnel
J'oys' TJndci we nr. White-, Hciuh t, Natur
al npel Camels Hair fit f-eiw piiip;
Seal Plush Wraps.
Our line; of Flush Garmerfs this season
are made up of the lust graelcs eif Lon
elon Dyrd anel Liste rs Se al Flushes, and
Every Garment Guaranteed to wear.
(ir plush Jackets at Pi 5. CO nrej very
e jie ;'('. . - .-
Pir Engli.-h Walk irg .l.-ie ke ts, tlmy
quartpis h pgtji, at $25, well woMh ti'i.
I sr i?2,'5.(ii) pi(1sh jSi.f ,,iif j, q1d i)rr',
where at sf.JO.Oo ' -
Our $00.00 Plush Sacques worth fully
Our $:i5.C0 Plush Sacques worth fully
Our $:'.7.50 Plush Sacque's solel every
where at JIj.O?! , w.
pbi- $'15 .00 fliir'ji t:,f,llP) 1-rgujar city
Haud-Turned Shoes, sell
ing now for only $3.50,
.'ire silling cheapfr than any
Preservation e.f the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics given U r Pain-
LKSS FlLMXGOK EXTRACTION OP Tj K1 II
Artificial teeth made tn Gold, Silver"
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inseiteii
as soon as teeth are extracted when do
81 reel. '
All work warrante d. Prices reasonable
FlTZOHRAr n 8 KfTK Pl.ATTSMOUTH. JiKM
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH I
Because he had no Garlakd Stovf
Buy one of Jonssoy Brob. sept22-dlni.
Remember you save 25 cts. on every
dollar by trading with Elson the One
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