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Tne Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
-t. KalUbary. llratUt, Buckwood llmlilinir,
Telrpfcoae 5o. M.
Ir. SIkkIhx, Offlr la lrrin llm Slorr, Ul-4i-nr
I'or. ftltlk aa-l (iraaltr. Trl-.lioa o. 42.
Ir, Wllln-m." Imp I'alalfxM llralUI. I'alna
Hlorlif rr Krlrkr' l)rui Store, riittUuinulh.
CITY CPU DIALS.
The following nilutc w.is heard from
A couple of sewer (Merger n they e-ar-at.'d
on thrj htrecU yrstril;iy: "Over ihe
Judge lus.sell joined in holy loi.di
of nrttiimony ycstortluy Mr. Henry S.
Tucker and Miss Kiln Dunston, at the
Iimih; of Ihe lrideM parent in tlii-t city
Mr. Joe Klt-in, the ( ne piiee elothier,
returned from (.'hi-;ij;o LinI S.itunlay
night, lie hits jjiik ItJM'd another i-tock
to a id to his idready well Ht le ted stock
of clothing ar.d fients furnishings.
. Will J. Warrick, our wide-awake
lrurftist, received Saturday a c::r Ioa.l
of holiday good, he is looking for more
this week and when they arrive will
have the largest and liiu-st stock of holi
day good ever brought to the city.
The coach which wiw suia-shed uj
in the Iniilge wreck between Malvern
and Uloenwood liwt M.uuruay, was re
ceived at the shops today. About one
half of the coach is torn open and badly
smashed. It had the appearance of a
loidof kindiiuir wood more than a
p.enge r coach.
Since election is over and protection
lias won, every one should patronize
home iucluftrics, and buy the flour that is
male at Heist Va mill. Time mills mak
corn meal, buckwheat flour, graham
fl iur and a good qmlity of wheat flour.
lluy your llour at lio.n.' and thus keep i weeks, took tluir departure
Mr. Philip Scidciietrikcr,
is in the city.
Mr. Klmer Smith, of Lincoln, is attend
ing court today.
Mr. Leo Sharp spent Sunday at Ids
home in this city.
Mr. AugiM -Meyer, of Omaha, is in
Mr. IM Cummins was a passenger to
Omaha last evening.
Mr. Fred Jvigle, of Omaha, is in the
city today on business.
Mr. S. A. Davis visited with relatives
over Sunday at Weeping Water.
Miss Mamie Vivian went up to Omaha
last night to remain there for a short
visit with relatiyi v.
Mr. Kim l'a'tersou, a student at the
Ui'llevue college, has been spending a few
days nt his home here, lie returned to
Uiiih-vue this morning.
Mr. Charles L. Cok'iuan t ikes his de
parture this evening by the IJofk Island
excursion, tor Denver. lie will vis-it at
that city for about one week.
Henry E. Maxwell, son of Judge
Maxwell, who has bc.'n in town the past
few days, a guest of his cousins, t lie
Misses Wiles, returned home this morning.
Mr. .I.J. Lockridge received a dispatch
yesterday stating that his father-in-law,
who lived at Sabetha, If as., had died.
He took his departure for there this
morning by the K. C.
Prof. Manlcy, who represents the Mu
tual Life Insurance Co., of Xew York,
an 1 who has been canvassing the city for
several days, took his departure for
O.n iha this morning.
Messrs. Ira Ingalls and I'M Moore, who
have been employed in this oilice for
LOAKS I LAC5
mm ii u t-i nm mmw
m t $ U 'Pi ' ti r-i frtn h r l aBl
110 ilili i N h i iMlv4!l&M
v If 8 II U in $ I P HI M
Our Assortment surpasses
anything, heretofore attenijited
hy us in this Department, and
our customers will he surprised
at our magnificent display of
and at very Low Prices. We
are showing decided novelties in
and Solid Colors I
pecial Sale !
with Plain, Pell or
your money at home.
Mr. Joe M irtin, a farmer living a
a few miles wet or the ci y, sold about
the largest hg ever brought to the city
to Mr. Kiggin hutch r, lat Saturday.
Tne porker weighed over six hundred
pounds when dressed, and reached' the
whole length of the fanner's wagon box.
Wonder if he has auy more like that '.
We were furnished a sack of buck
wliet flour from lleisel's mills this morn
ing as a aarnple of their first-class work.
The mill ha only recently been op ncd
up here and the proprietor has so far met
with good success ami their future pros-
jierts are very promising. Any tirst-ciass
irrkdes of flour, feed, trraham and meal
can be purchased at their mill.
Mr. Philip Kraus, the enterprising
fruit dealer who his a shop on lower
31 lin received two hundred and twenty
two barrels of the finest varieties of a;-
iles from Younirstown. X. Y. The fol
lowing varieties were received: Wagner,
1! jxbury, Hussett, Baldwin, Ilhode Iwlaml
Oreening, Northern Spy, Spit.enburg
and Seeknofurbher. They are the linest
lot of apples we have yet s en in the city.
Win. I). Murrav. who died in the
county jail here last Thursday night.
was buried yesterday afternoon in the
Oak Hill cemetery. A short service was
held at the Episcopal church by the Rev
H. li. Burgess, before the remains were
conveyed to the cemetery. The obse
quies were under the direction of the
Knights of Labor of this city, of which
lie was a member. There was a good
attendance and the orders well rcpre
cnte' Mr. Charles Eads and wife, who have
been spending their honeymoon in Bur
lington for the past week, returned to
this city last evening. The bride was
made the recipient of some very hand
some presents upon their arrival at Bur
lington, and upon their return here they
were surprised to find several very nice
presents which had been received from
friends at a distance after they had taken
their departure. We are pleased to wel
come them among us as citizens.
A number of strikers started out to
Platte Bottom this morning in a wagon
in search of decorations for the purpose
of decorating the opera house for their
coming ball on the evening of Wednes
day, Nov. 23th, Thanksgiving eve.
They expect the coming event to be one
of their grandest, and they are looking
forward to it with strong expectation."-.
They huve spared no pains to furnish all
conveniences for the dancers, and as a
large number of tickets have already
bicn disposed of there will certainly be a
large atten dance.
As there are men here who are al
ways on the alert for the almighty dollar,
we can propose a scheme which will
probably be a paying one for some per
son who would take a bold. Thetobc
g in slide has become very popular as an
amascment for young people ovir the
entire country, and as the young people
of this city are no less ambitious than in
any other in supporting a good healthful
exercise, why cannot a first-class toHg
gaa slide be erected and well suppjr.t d
here during the dull winter months?
Some enterprising business man should
bnild a toboggan slide as soon as the
first snow falls and the young laddies
nd their lassi?s will surely patronize.
The investment would be a paying one
If the right man would take hold.
City yesterday morning to seek employ
ment at the trade, there.
Mr. IM Grimes and wife, of Kansas
City, who came to PJatt.smouth to attend
t'n; funeral of her brother, Jerry Daniher,
1 .st Saturday, returned to their home
Saturday evening. A large number ol
frit iuls accompanied the bereaved couple
to the depot,
Mr. II. Waterman accompanied by his
cousin, Mr. John Thurston of New York
who has been visiting here for the past
week, left for a trip over the western
part of the state. Mr. Thurston informs
us that lie is well pleased with the west
ern country and signified his intention of
locating if ht! can find a farm suitable
for fctock raioiii"
LAST NIGHT'S OPE,?A.
A Strong Presentation of Ermine,
or Birds of a Feather.
from Saturday N-traka City I'rers :
The Andrews company appeared ut the
opera house last night in " Ermine, or
Jjirds of a Feather," before a very large
and cultured audience. The opera itself
:s not the equal to ; La Mascotte,"
" Olivette," or other light, bright produc
tions of that kind, though sparkling and
very funny at times. The company is
i very strong one and every part was
well sustained. As Teddy and the Baron
Titf Mon Tig, Ed. Andrews is as estimable
md excellent as in the part of Koko.
Fred Clayton as the other " bird of a
feather" did some fiue work. Others
deserving special mention are Arthur
t'ercy, as the goyernorj J. E. Reynard,
is Lord Rumwell; Miss Clayton, as
iinnie; Laura Rhodes, as Celia; and
Nan Wilkinson, as Princess Granpont.
This afternoon "LaMascotte" wil
be presented at popular prices, and to
Man Killed at Pacific Junction.
it. ; f
t.ariy mis luoruiug a man was iouuu
in the east end of the C. B. & Q. yard
near wnat is known as the
Chinese puzzle at Pacific Junction. He
had been run over, the wheels passing
over his chest, and he was badly mangled
having been dragged along the track for
some instance. His face was batllv
masiieu ami nueu wiiu cinuers. lie is
supposed to belong to a company of bear
trainers now at the junction. Four dol
Iirsand fifty cents was found in his
pockets, but no papers can be found to
identify him, and his name if unknown
1 he boys all say, " wc have a horse
on Omaha." Yesterday a man living in
this city went to the telephone office here
und told the central at Omaha that he
wanted to talk to a certain man there,
whose name is withheld out of respect
for him. A messenger boy was sent to
him with a check informing him that he
was wanted at the central ofJice, as a man
in Plattsmouth wished to talk with him.
He secured his traveling apparel and
started out in great haste for the B. fc M.
depot. He arrived in this city bv the
flyer, an 1 went directly to the telephone
otliee here and inquired for the man who
wanted to talk with him. The man was
sent for and a conversation was held
with n wire to intervene. That man
believes the telephone 13 a great conven
ience, but we belieye he wants to do the
whole thing himself. Wonder if they
lnye any more like him in Omaha ?
JJlaek Diagonal Cloth, Fur Triir.
n.ed, only 7.00.
Black Extra Quality Hondo Cloth.
Sjiike Fringe Trimmings, Pe-11 SVvv
Plaek Frieze Cloth, PallTrimniini;,
Quilted. Lining, Astrachan Cull's and
Collars, only 1J.).
Prown and Tan Prncaded
lasso, Plush Pall Trim in in;?, Plush
Culls and ColLr, only $ 15.no.
Silk Plush, Plush Pal' Trimmings,
plain Satin Lined, Chamois pockets,
Plack Astrachan Cloth, Spike
Trimmings, Satin Lined, only $15.
Fancy Bilk Striped Cloaking.
Pall Trimming to match, Quilted
Satin Lining, only '20.
Seal Plush. Flt-gant Plush Pall
Trimming, Satin l ined, genuine Seal
Elegant Seal Plush, Peaver Pall
Trimmings and Collar, Quilted Satin
Lined, only, $32.0,
Wc shall offer all of our Kid Clovs,
worth ficin $ 1.75 to $2.50, nt the Nomi
G I .CO PER PAIR.
This includes everything we cniry in
Stock of Dressed, Suedes, Castors, and
0 ISutton Simpson's IJet-t Colors and
Wricks, now $1.50, voith $L50.
4 Button Simpson's Iest Colors and
JJlacks, now 1.50, wuth $J.9.t.
4 Button Our Own Fancy Embroidered
Hacks, C lors und Black, now $1.50,
Button Bon Mnrche Extra, Colors
and Black, now $1.50, worth $1.7.1.
8 Button MoFquctuire Suedes, Colors,
only $1.50, worth $2.25.
0 Button Mopquetaire Sin des, Colors
and Black, $1.50, worth $2.00.
4 Button Castors, Colors, only now
$1.50, worth $2.00.
Suede Ouantlct Driving Gloves, Colors,
only now $150, worth $2.25.
per pair, is extra lurgc m.c, niul iiridJy
iulvitisl lis a big l'iiiji!ii i.t (5 (0.
1 Ix 1 While In. i ii' I is lull nc ri d
nt $7.50 a itir ib a cl I nrnin.
$4.50,W4stcin l!(Mre !(! Bliukft is
good vidue Bt $5.( 0.
$0.00, Bed Blanket extia wt-ifeht ni d
112x4 Bed Blniikct bt H.()0 !r piir,
made up of the finot wool.
..Drown and (Jmy mixed Dim. kits, nt
Our $1.00 Ccmfcit, fuir piint, p,cd
Our $1.50 C mf it, g d quality,
print folid, red lining, filhd with
Our $2.00 crinfort, I,t I'liiit, xtia
Our $2.50 Comfoit, tv.o pi.cd vhIihp :
No. 1. Prist Colon d l.ii.tz Pi int.
White Col ten Filhd, Mia lie i Ml
No. 2. I'm Si.tii.e. m lid ml lin
iiigs, b ;ont line of pntttis lid fcifiH.
Our $:!..' Impoibd I i 1 Filth-run,
very fincy. quilt d. xlm y'i i d v ipht.
Our 44.00 Fine Fany ri.tir. Solid
Saline Lirtd, very i.itily qi.ilhd, n're
Our $4.00 Beaver Shawls in Greys and
Browns, soM elsewhere nt $o.00.
Our $5.00 Reversible Velvet, in Greys
and Browns, with Fancy Border, is decid
edly a good bargain.
Our $7.00 Beaver good heayy Shawl
Very pretty line of colors.
Our $0.00 Beaver, superior qualify,
elegant patterns, well worth $10.00.
Our $10.00 Besver In Greys, Tans' nnd
Browns, entirely new patterns, and would
be decidedly cheap at $12.00.
Our Plu.-h Sacqiies are finished with the best of Quilted Satin
Lining. Chamois Pockets and Genuine Seal Loops. .Any guarantee
failing to meet the representation in wear given our garments, will be
replaced by a new one.
OKE DOOR EAST FIRST 1TATI0NAL BANK.
Comprises Everything in
Comforts and Blankets.
10x4 White Blanket at $1.25 per pair.
10x4 White Blankets, sood weight.
only $2.00 per pair.
10x4 White all Wool Guaranteed.
Our Country-made White, at $4.75
Ladich' White IWciino V Ms. Sill
ed, Silk bound, at 50 cmls i:c h.
to mat h.
Ladies' I'xtra fine, mrp'rior qi ality,
While IIeiino Vci-fs, Jcixy lib) ul f-lc vis
at 75 cents cu h. Pants to mist h nt m n o
Ladies' White Wool VtMs, Silk I' v.nd
nn.l Stih-lud.nt $1.25.
Ladies' Natural W1 VMs r.nd VuiAa
nt $1.00 ench, worth $l.i-5.
Ladies' Scnrlet Vests mul Pants, tir.cAh
and noft, on'y $1.00 inch.
Ladies' Scniht Snxcny Wool V'ftsniul
Pants, finest quality, nt 81.75 nub.
Ladies' Camels liair Pants nnd VMs
Reduced to $:5.00 n Miit, worth $4.00.
Full Lines of Children's, Misses nnd
Boys' Underwear. White, Scarlet, Natur
al and Camels Ilrdr nt Low pi ices.
Seal Plush Wraps.
Our line oT Plush Gainieuts this prnFon
are made up of tlie best ui'ads of Ti.n-
don Dyed and List is Scnl Plushes, ,,utl
Every Garment Giiaranind to wear.
Our Plush Jackets nt $15.00 are verv
Our English Walking .Tcrkefs. thrre-
quarters J. n-t it. nt $t5. w. II voMh $:j0.
Our 25.00 Flush Kaous-. Mold else
where nt :;0.00
Our $:J0.00 Plush Facqurs worth fully
Our $:J5.C0 Pli sh Sacouts woith full v
Our $.')7.50 Plush Si.coiirs fold eviir-
wheie nt $45.00.
Our $45.00 Plush Sacqu, regular city
pi ice, $55.
Oira DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
For Rent Residence of C. P. Smith,
one Lbck west of Mr. Showalter's.
tf S. F. Thomas, Agt.
PfXTAL Sales in Ladies' Fine Hand-Turned Shoes, selling now for only $3.50;
UR Three-Dollar Shoes is far better than ever put on the market here before,
OR Two-Dollar Shoe nothing w ill equal ours.
IMPBOMENT AND EMBELLISHMENTS COMPLETED.
GRAND OPENING OF OUR
JIME is going on and our goods must be sold.
JfesOME think this is just a blow.
OW all we ask is lor you to give us a call.
ND to see the good3 w ill convince you that we are selling cheaper than any
PrICES Low is our Motto
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to me, are requested to balance
their accounts on or before the first day
of January 1881), as, after that time, all
accounts will positively be left in the
hands of a collector.
Dli. SCHII. DKXECHT.
Nov. 20. tf
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
The Daughters of Rebcckah will serve
dinner and supper for the benefit of that
order on Thanksgiving day and evening
in the opera house block, to which all
are invited. Regular meals and oysters
will be served.
SrnwED On last Friday night, Nov.
23, a light roan cow, 4 years old, weight
about 950 lbs, strayed from our premises.
Any information as to her whereabouts
will be paid for. Rrooixs Bros.
Wanted A cirl to take care of chil
dren. Call at residence.
Mrs. R. B. Wlxoham.
Itch, Prairie Mange, md Scratches of
tyery kind cured in SO minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. A sure cure and
perfectly harmless. Warranted bv F.G
Frlcke & Co. druggiit, Plattsmouth
Preservation of the Natural Teeth
Specialty.. Auesthetics given for Pain-I
LESS Filling or Extraction of Teeth.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FiTZjnni.D't Block Pr. itphwhuth. Nkh
J". C, BOOSTS,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street.
North Robert She-wood's Store.
FRIDAY EVENING, 30th inst.
A Cordial Invitation is extsnded to the Public in General
that evening '
Children's Boy's & Men's Clo
FINE FURNISHING GOODS
The Daily Hkkald
15ct8. per .week, v .
Silk HaEdkerchiefg, Nobby Neckwear 11Ed Mm.. ,
ouKs.wooiens ana Uassimets cannot be Vnr
rassed, and Prices ,o Low that You
cannot fail to try them.
We arc more than pleased with' our lncre:,se,l (,il(Tc
and it is
A TBIUMPH OF JUST AND SQUAKE DEALING!
"LOW PRICES, HONEST GOODS
AND NO MISREPRESENTATION,'5 is our
S. &. C. MAYER.
Cor. Main and 5th St. CARRUTH BUILDING.
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