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THE bxilS JIEUaLD I K.ATTsMOUTlI, JtliitAriKA, FRIDAY, OVEaiBeK 2U, 1&SS.
Tnc . Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. Sallaharjr. Ilratt.t, Kwrkwooil llaiMlutf,
Dr. KtcsU. OITJre In ;rrin-a lru Store, Url
iurt for. kUlh f.raaile, Trlrj.liuae o. f"-.
fir. Wither.. I ho I'ainlrsa KeiitWt, Idon
Hlork, orr Krirkt'a Itrair Mure, flat tniutli.
CITY CO!' DIALS..
Hot Tea mkk tomorrow. " You " are
a thomand time welcome at Tiie Tea
IJ:rn, to Mr. anil Mrs. U-e. Turner,
yc'cnlay morning, a girl, of thj uual
No Im-dnes worthy of special men
tion was trans u.te.-d at the county couit
session this morning.
d'rundma Todd, of PlnttMnoiith, is
spending a few weeks in this vieinily
visiting rcbtlivcs. Louisville Observer.
Mr. (!. W. Turner 's pacing mound
the cigats to his frieiuls, celebrating the
arrival of a daugliter at his house yester
All a man needs to do is to "stand
in" with the gang nt Platt-miouth when
lie wants a public oll'n-e.--Louisville-,
The case of Buzz il vs.It.hn Kennedy,
which wn continued until this term of
rmirt. has a-'ain been continued until
the next term of court.
Mr. Wiley Black, a prominent stock
dealer of tins city, after buying a car load
of hoi's, shipped them to South Omaha
yesterday. The hog out-weighed any ear
load sold there this fall.
Thetri d of Patric k Moore, of Weep
j.ig Water, whi um.s arrested f or rol.be ry
same timo ago, w.ts set for tod iy, hut
the nrUoin.T is sick, the case; lias been
cotitiut'd until Wednesday next.
Til? jury whie'i w is s -nt out yes
terday o:s th sen? of U i irlrs Kills. w!i
was on tri;d for highway robbery, h:is
not yet returned a verdict. County at
torn"y prov-cutiag and J. II. Strodi
Tlie Nebraska City school !e.u h. r.-
are following the example shown them
)y the PI ittainouth teachers, and we le
lieve some of llu.Mii are now laboring
under as many dillicultUs. We sympa
thize with then .
U ih. k di lodg. I. . (). F. held
their regular meeting on Wednesday
night last. S.'vcr.d new members were
admitted to the order. It was decided
ly the member to give an open concert
at Fitzgerald hall on Thursday evening
next, Thauksgi ving night.
Coon, of Weeping Water, who was
Arrested a short time ago for selling
liquor without license, and who has been
residing at the '"IJird Palace here ever
Wince, was before Judge Chapman yestcr
.day and sentenced to thirty days impris
onment in the county jail.
"Oswald (iuthman of this city, seem
to haye a warm spot in his breast for
his fir. t loye PUttsniouth. lie said that
he would rather lose the president of
the Unit-id States than to have Weeping
Water secure the county seat." Louis
ville Obierver. Why don't he come and
lire with his friends?
Tlie Y. M. C. A. bible study class will
meet next Tuesday evening. The meet
ing for next week is changed to Tuesday
on account of Thanksgiving ebiy being
Thursday. Kvcry Christian young man
in Plattsmouth should join and meet
wit'i this class, for the meetings are inter
esting and profitable.
The marriage storm of a couple of
Tvecks ago has entirely subsided, and a
perfect calm rests upon tha young people
of this city at present. The most perfect
calm often occur jut before a storm,
rtnd we are under the impression thai
another one is brewing. " God help the
men who are at sea this year."
One of the witnesses who appeared
yesterday before Judge Chapman, became
Homewhat anxious orer the recompcnc
he was to receive for tha time he sptnt
in court. The poor fellow was so over
come with anxiety that he broke forth at
th? judge: "Look-a-he tr. judge, do you
reckon we'll get the fees when the county
"missionaries" meet?" T!i-j commission
era m iy h i vc something to do in the mat
t;r, but they should stop his pay.
--S. & C. Mayer hive completed the
work of removing their stock to the new
ptore room in the Curruth block. Kverj
convenience for a clothing store hasbeei.
lesigned by Mr. 3Iayer, who is thorough
ly posted in tint line of business. Al
though an extension has been made and
tlie storeroom is the largest in the city, it
only affords them room for th- immense
stock of clothing and gents furnishings.
Daniel O'Neil, of Wee-pin" Water,
was brought to the city yesterday and
lodged in jail here, as a lunatic. The
jn in evideutly became as trazy as he is,
from excessive drinking, and, the main
siiHiction is "jim jams." Sheyifr Eiken
tury while con versin with himyecterday
aftcrno jd, asked him what was the matter
with htm. lie answered that he could sec
a mob of Weeping Water men fol'owing
h'm and t'-yk'f v were about to rompel
)i5 - JC -vi'ote- T"8 Weeping
- The Sons of Ve terans are making I
preparations for a grand masquerade ball
which they intend to giye on the l'ith of
next month at Fitzgerald hall.
-Mr. Mart. Noble, an employe at the
round house of the B. & M. shops, lust
the index finger of his left hand while tit
work on Wednesday. While trying to
wrench a nut on some machinery, the
wrench slipped, and his hand struck a
sharp piece of iron, severing the linger
as slick as though cut by a knife.
The democratic office holders are
bound to enjoy their few remaining
months as servants of the government
just as muc h as they can. The postmaster
at Pl-iltsuiouth i.s keeping up with the
procession brayely. He h.is moved his
o:liee to the Anheuser-IJuseh beer em
porium. Lincoln Journal. We bclieye
he is wise for so doing.
The funeral of tlie late Jerry D.nii
I or will occur tomorrow (Satuidxyj
m-irning. at If o'clock, at the residence
of his parents. Services will bo held at
the CV.holic church, before the burial.
The corpse is expected to arrive this
vet.ing. audit will be placed in charge
oT the A. O. H., of which he was a mem
ber dining his residence here.
A much degraded character ihohas
been popular here for years as "Jack
.Murray, died last night in jail while
standing upright with his luin ls firmly
-'ripped on the iron bars of the cage in
hich he was confined, and while con
v.rsiii'rwith his fellow prisoners. lie
h id been on a spree for several weeks,
the first time in a year, as he had reform
ed and resolved to keep straight. The
exe-essive di inking which he h;.d in
dulged in for the past two weeks brought
on delirium tremens, and his constitution
could not endure the attack. lie slept in
the doorways some of the coldest night.-
in.l it is thought that hastened his death,
'oroner IJocck has embalmed the body
.vhich will be kept until Sunday. The
nrial ceremonies will be under the di
rection of the K. of L. His father is
.dd to be wealthy, and lives in Canad i.
One of the best companies which
i ive visited the city this season played
i the' sturdiest house yet seen in the
.pent house. IhU fall. Aiden IL-nedict.
ii Edmund Dantes, won the admiration
fall, and can be termed a rival ot
:)".eil, who has been recognized as the
iir aiit-jn- .stcrs in the play, "Monte
,'risto." We fait to aecs Jipn" any person
-ould leave the opera house disappointed
after witnc-Moiiig as grand a production.
'. msidering the disadvantage the rom
p my labored undor, playing to a very
small house, wc must say that the per
formance much surpassed our expecta
tions, and we ihinM they arc safe in mak
ing the guarantee they dp. Jfo one
died at the office and demanded their
money that we have yet heard of, and we
do not think they could do'so with a clear
conscience. The costumes were elegant,
.111 1 the entire performance the most
classical. The stars were called out several
times. Should they return to Plattsmouth
.ve can aifejy say that they will be better
p tronized, as luar.y who attended last
evening have stated that iiiey would
Purely attenl tonight had they remained
a second night.
At the district court yesterday the
authorities found the jury short, aiul the
deputy sheriff started out iu search of
victims. The door opposite Kockwood
hall was opened by the deputy, and the
first man he met was a reporter. He in
vited him to the hallway, and upou the
reporter's arrival there, the door of the
c urt room was opened and he was hus
tled inside, without any ceremony, and
the door barred on him. A Jiighway
robber was on trial at the time and n
witness who was on the stand was
paastioned as follows: " Did you
ead the -vli les in t!i2 newspapers
oncerning the robbery'" Witness
'Yes." Did you form any reliable opin
ion from what yurcadi'' Witness", "No,
the papers were not reliable during the
campaign." The reporter looked on that
-peech as a providential act, knowing
that they would not accept an unreliable
nin to act as juryman. The thought
that he would not Le cbjiged to listen to
the parley of lawyers for a whole day
and then be locked in a room for three
aihts without any nourishment, as a
enalty, was as good as a feast. He then
persued his work with a light heart.
Mrs. O'Brien, of the state fisheries, ar
rived in the city this morning.
Miss Bernicc Kerney left for Council
Bluffs this morning where she will visit
for a few days.
Mr. G. B. Kempster relurneel from
Lincoln l:it evening where he; h is b'cn
busily euagetl for the past two or three
weeks attending to the wants of his
patrons. As t i 'Do tuner he is gaining
an enviable reputation.
Riddle House G aests: C. M. Butler,
City; R. W. Black, City; Jas. Crawford,
South Ben 1; R. II. D.;mm"tr, Wabash;
George Gilmore; Weeping Water; E. A.
Kirkpatrick, Nchawka; J. II. Aelams,
City; He.iry Chilcoit, Union; D. Wood
9V3 - ;-t Water; R. A. Thfvnson.
s rf ? n ft ft k i wAm
Iilack 1iaf'onal Cloth, Fur Trim
med, only 7.i().
Ulack Extra Quality P.oucle Clofh,
Spiko Fringe Trimmings:, Hell S'eeve,
Plaek Frieze Clolh, Pall Trininiino;.
,uilted Lining, Astrachan Cuflo and
Collars, only sU.Oo.
JTJrown nnd Tan Proeaded Matcl
Jaso, Plush Pall TrimmMig, Plush
Culls and Collar, only $15.00.
Silk Plush, Plui-h Pall Trimming?,
plain Satin Lined, Chamois pockets,
Plack Astrachan Cloth, Spike
Trimmings, Satin Lined, only 10.
Fancy Silk Striped Cloaking,
Hall Trimming tu liuitcji, Quilted
Satin Lining, only $20.
Seal Plush, Klegant Plush Pall
Trimming, Satin Lined, genuine Seal
Loops, only 23.
Elegant Seal PI ush, Peaver Pall
Trimmings and Collar, Quilted Satin
Lined, only, 32.50.
Our Plush Saniucs are finished with the best of Quilted Satin
Lining. Chamois Pockets and Genuine Seal Loops. Any guarantee
failing to uept fhe representation in wear given our garments, will be
replaced by a new on)..
SMI 6. T5,
ONE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
AidfJi Opjra Company
Rjsarved S.'at Tickets for "Andrews
Oer.v Cj:n;)iny," on Thanksgiving
nis'it. g j on sib t.inirrow, Situ.vliy,
moruia, at J. P. You.ig's store. Ri
iiu li'iar this u to 13 a benefit perform
ance for J. P. Young who has worked
for the interest of the ammomsnt loving
people to sjcurj gjol attractions for the
opera hou4i th p:nt six years, this being
his first b-n3'lt h-j ln rc-iv jd or a-ked
for. Ic is six years the 20th of Nov.
since the open home was opined to the
public. 'Tiu Mnctt," a b.-.iutiful
coii)ic opara vyill h i present; I and our
citizens can rest as cared tl-y will haye
a fioe Tlnnkjiyi:i oiit.-rtaimnent, at
popular prices, ;5 , 5 ), and 75 ceuts.
Secure your seats in tim.
Where Ha was Fcrtunate.
Young author (to eastern publisher)
" Well, sir, haye yoi examined the man
uscript I left with youe;'
"And what elo you think abount it ?
"I think you are fortunate in not liv
ing in Nebraska."
Why ? "
" A man was shot the.e for bad spell
ing a while ago, who would . have laid
you out Gold on orthography."
At Waterman's opera house the evening
of Tuesday. Nevember 27. Given by
Mij. R. 11- Ilendershot and son, assisted
by the best local musical talent, under
the auspices of the W. R. C,
Maj. Hcnelershot is said to be the best
elrummer in the world; his son is a fine
fife player. tf
She Encouraged Him-
Wife: So here you are again, you
Husband (slightly inebriated): "See
here, now, hie, if you eominensh to abuse
me, er I'll c'mit shutcide, sure."
" Do, for tnerev's sake. Here's a glass
of water- drink it and die."
Owing to the prevalence of diphtheria
and other contagious ellseaseg, physicians
are requested to register all cases of con
tigieius diseases at the otlice of the city
clerk. By order
Chairman Board ok IIeai.,tiu ...
A nice line of silk and liuen hanelker
fl iefs r- r-"'" i j-t rcr"!V'l rt J. H.
Our Apsortincnt surpasses
any tiling Iiereteifore attempted
by ns in this Dejiartment, ami
our customers will be surprised
at our magnificent display of
Mies' and Misses'
and sit very Low Prices. We
are showing decided n eltits in
and Solid Colors I
with Plain, Hell or Ano-el
Lou Sawyer is improving, but is still
Qeo. IL McCain apd family have mov
ed to Lincolu.
Patterson & Hare are transferring their
Stock to the corner building recently
purchased by Patterson.
Major C. C. Bennett elelivcrcel an In
structivelccture coucerning the Sandwich
Islands, in the school house, Tuesday eve.
A epaiet weddinfr occvirreel at the resi-
I dence of Rey. S. C. Dean. Saturday mean
ing. The high contracting parties were
Mr. M. A. Daugherty and Miss Emma
A new and peculiar disease h;is maele
its appearance here. Our local physicians
say nothing like it is mentione-d in any
of the medical works. Its only victim,
one Howard, calls it "exaggeration of the
brain ". It is superinduced by a lecal
external application of a billiarel cue and
does not appear to be contagious.
j?t Pt tetters
Remaining unclaimed, in the PoMtoAif-
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, Nov. 21,
for the week eneling Nov. 10, 18??S:
liaeker,.r.)hn Rreisli. I.. F.
liower. (leo Boone. Mrs Fannie
Hr.w.i, Thai P.eH-k. Mi Anna
fjirr-ill. Mr-) ni'a Fem es. Mrs Kllener J
Frank. Mi-s Katharina (iri.swetlil. I.ouis
fJr-jZ'j. V S Harnian. fi a
Hanson. Breda .l:mer. Eill
Kisser. Mrs A .1 Lee. G-o B
I.oii. David E I.or.ce, Misn Earner
Miller. Hary Miller, li er
Moore, Mr? E E Mat his. Mrs Lew or Flora
McNet-lv. Dan'l Miller. Dory
Iartl, f'hri.-t filson. K
Oaks. Enliriam Pott9. Geo
Fet inn, Mrs Anna Klio 'es. IU Edna ( )
Hmitli. . C Swanaoii. F J
Smitli. Doiitrtas v Ik.mi, ,j n'lu
Willia s. Fritz Wroth. Alonzo
Persons c illing for any of the above
letters will please say "aelvcrtiseel."
J. N. Wise. P. M.
I O. O F.
Notice to members of Plattsmouth En
campment N-'. :J I, O. O. F.: You are
requested to be present at the regular
meeting, as the annual election of officers
occurs tonight. By order of the U. P,
L. G. Larson, S. c'y.
November, 28. 188.
Mrs. Simpson will receive a few pupils
in music, on Ssturda3-s, at Mrs. Living
ston's residence, corner Sixth and Oak
streets. . Plattsmouth, Nov. 19, 18K8. tf
. Two or tu fr-eb nilk cows for Via
ecial Sale !
We shall off. r all of our Kid CJloves.
worth frenn sfl.T-i to $2.M, at the Nomi
SI. DO PER PAIR.
This includ s c-vcrythinp we ciiry in
Stock of Dressrel, Suedes, C:isters, mid
R IJutton Simpson's Hot Colors aiul
Blacks, now fl.SO, worth !f2..rj().
4 Button Simpson's Best Colors and
Blacks, now 1..10, wrrth f2.25.
4 Button Our Own Fancy Embroidered
Backs, Colors and Black, now $1.50,
5 Button Bon Miirche Extra, Colors
and Black, now $1.50, w rth $1.75.
y Button Motejuetuire Suedes, Colors,
only $1.50, worth $2.25.
R Button Mosquetaire Sui des, Colors
and Blsck, $1.50, wonh $2.00.
4 Button Castors, Colors, only now
$1.50. worth $2.00.
Sue-deGuantlet Driving Gloves, Colors,
onlv now $150, worth $2.25.
Our $4.00 Beaver Shawls in Greys and
Browns, sold elsewhere nt $5.00.
Our $5.00 Reversible Velvet, in Greys
nnd Browns, with Fancy Border, i.s decid
edly a good bargain.
Our $7.00 Be-aver good heayy Shawl.
Very pretty line of colors.
Our $9.00 Beaver, superior quality,
elegant patterns, well worth $10.00.
Our $10.00 Utrsver in Greys, Tuns nnd
Browns, entirely new patterns, and woulel
be decidedly cheap at $12.00.
Comprises Everything in
Comforts and Blankets.
10x4 White Blankets at $1.25 per pair.
10x4 White Blankets, gooel weight,
only $2.00 per pair.
10x4 White all Wool Guaranteed,
uur uouutry-maae White, nt vi.Tj
Fo He I I 2IH eSL M ML
0:E DOOR EAST FIRST 1TATI01TAL BANK.
SPECIAL Sales in Ladies' Fine Hand-Turned Shoes, selling now for only $3 .10
worth $3.00. ' '
UR Three Dollar Shoes is far better than ever put on the market here before.
-OR Two-Dollar Shoe nothing will eepual ours.
"J IME 's going on and our goods must be sold.
OME think this is just a blow.
OW all we nsk is for you to give us a
AND to see the gooda will convince you
RICES Low is our Motto.
W. A. BO
--The election is over but Timothy
Clark still has plenty of toal and wood
at his yard on south 3rd street. Orders
taken at central tele-phone office and
M. B- Murphy & Co's store, Canon City
$7.25 per ton; Iowa Lump $4.75;
Momosia $5.00. tf
O. P. Smith Co. have the flnet.t dis
play of holiday goods ever brought to
to the city.
A house to rent, handy to the busi
ness part of tiie city. For infoiniation
call at this office.
Elson, the One Price Clothier, isstllin"
the Chicago Hats at $1.90.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham ami
meal at Ilcisel's roilh tf
II. Boeek's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the city.
II. M. Gault is receiving some very
fine novelties in Oxidized Silver goods
If you have a watch, clock or jewelry
of and kind yoa'want repaired good, take
it to II. AL Ganlt. All work warranted
to give satisfaction.
lit y ffl liJ livl d
per pair, is txtia bite size, red .n tlully
advirtintl ns a l-i' iMfjiiin nt !J5(0.
11x4 A hile Jn J tiiid is lull ' m-d
at $7.50 a j air is n fail 1 i.ifjiiin.
$l.50,"Vftun liiMiM' INd Blrnket is
good vhIiii- tit 5.(0.
$0.00, Bed Blmdut extin weight m:d
12x4 Bed Bhu.kct fit 1.(.0 r iair,
ninde up of the fiiut-t wool.
Brown ind (Jiny n.ixcd- Idnnkels, at
all pi ices.
Our $1. 0 Ccn.fnt, fair pint, good
Our $1.50 CYinfMt. g d fjuality,
print solid, led lining, filled with
Our $2.C:0 ce mfort, Bet-t 1'iiiit, extra
Our $2.50 Comfort, two good viduff" :
No. 1. Fiht Colonel Chilli. Tijnt,
"White Colli n Filled, cxtia sie v-'d
No. 2. Fm.ey Saline, n lid nil lin
ings, b ginit line of pntl I i.s i.r.d eolois.
Our $.'.25 Ini td ( 1 ii.tz I'l.tttiiis,
very fancy fjuilti d. xltn y'rc hi d v light.
Our $4.( 0 Fine; Fm ey Suliie, Solid
Siitine Lined, very nieely exulted, t-ize
Ladies' White V.t l ir.o Ve Ms. Silk Mileh
ed, Silk bound, at 50 eints eneh. I'unts
to mute h.
Lndies' Kxtrn fine, nupetier (,i:itlity,
White ilciino Vet Is, Jersey ribbed kIci ves
at 75 cents each. 1'iii.ts te innteh at mine
Ladies' White Wool Vests, Silk Bound
anil Stitched, nt $1.25.
Ladies' Natural Wee.l Vests tiiid Finds
at $1.00 eneh, we.tth $1.25.
Lnelies' Scarle t Vests and Furls, ure e.th
and soft, on'y $1.00 eneh.
La flics Scarlet Saxony Wool Vests nnd
Pants, finest epjidity, nt .?1.75 etieh.
Ladies Camels llair IVmts nnd Vests
Reduced to $:5.00 n stdt, w orlh $4.00.
Full Lines of Children's, Misws anel
Boys' Underwear. "White, Scarle t, Natur
al and Camels Hair at Leiw pi ices.
Seal Plush Wraps.
Our line of Flush Gairnei Is this serpen
are made up of the best grades of Lon
don Dyed nnd Listers Sen I Plushes, ami
Every Garment Outran 'ce el te wear.
Our Plush Jacke ts nt $ 1 5.00 are ve ry
Our English Walking Ji e ke ts, thrr-e-rjuartcrs
1 ngth. at $25. well worth $.'50.
Our $25.00 Plush Sucepus, xedd else
where nt $:;0.00
Our $00.00 IMush Sacepurs worth fullv
$:J5.00. 0 ;
Our $:;5.C0 Plush Saeeiiies woith fully
Jt A t ri
Our $.57.50 Plush Saceuirs sold every
where at $45.00.
Our $45.00 Plush Sacepies, regular evtv
ice, $55. ' ;
s eSULidl Shoes
th.it wc are selling cheaper than ir.y
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
SlGEidcnt 12 c litis t.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auett he ties given for Pain
less FiLLiNf; or Extraction ok Teei h.
Artificial teeth im.de n Gold, Silver
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, nr.d insetted
as soon ns teeth aie extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasons! le.
FlTZOBrtAI.n'H KlCK rUTTfttTH. KltM
A MAN FROZE TO DEATH !
Because he hael no Garland Stove.
Buy one of Jonxsox Bros. sept22-dl m.
Remember you save 2.5 cts on every
dollar by trading with Elson the One
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