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THE DAILY HERALD : rLAlTSMOUTil, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1888.
Tne Evening Heralcl.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. Nail-bury. DratM, UmAwoo.l lluildln,
Telrphnae So. !!.
Ilr. Miction. njr In (irrlaK) Dm Store, Ut-1-dfare
Tor. lth an-l liranilr, Tdrihour . 12.
lr. Wilhr. Ilin I'ainlrM ItentM, li.loa
BIwrk.OTrr t'rlrke lru Mir, I'Uttkmouf h.
Arc you goinij tonight? Where?
Why to hear Major Ilendershot and ins
eon who have ft world-wide reputation.
Remember the musical treat to be
given at the Opera House tonight j
Major Ilendershot and our best loea.
Don't f;rgtt that you will get an
lpiitunity to hear wmie of our best
Real tab-tit ami Major llemlcrshot th
linet drummer in the World.
The piintin-; for Charh s I'rin Wr
lier, one of the greatest Iii.-b comedian.
is jut received ly Manager Young". II
will appear in the well known Irish
play, ".Sliamus O'Urieii."
Levi Fallen was arrested and tried
T-rvvt.Ml, v lii-forit Jtnltro Clifford foi
JVDV..." - U
btealing riugs from harneKd belonging t
Mr. Frank Kauble, and and Sil Vivian
lie returned some of thu Ktolen good
hut wm fined and costs, amounting
to 4110 in all.
The condition of Mr. M. F. Mur
phy, who has been confined to hid bed
for the past two weeks with innamma
tory rheumatism, is said to bo no
at piexent. His i.'jany friends will b
pleased to learn that h3 is on the way t
recovery eoon. .
Mr. Heiin Dirgendijscn, an Irishman
bought a ticket direct to llreinC.!, Cer
many, but Monday, by the "White Stai
Line, from Mr. Fred Latham ticket agent
sit the 15. & M. depot. Ilia name U in
doubt more trouble t him than his mon
ey, and we are pleased that we have tin
privilege of writing it instead of pro
The Plattsmouth papers are goinjj
wild over the fraud committed at Weep
ing Water during the recent county sea:
light, and the Weeping Water pa
pers are likewise pointing the finger of
thame at Plattsmouth. Come now boys,
take an outsider's advice and shut up.
It looks kinder bad, j'ou know. Of
course there was no fraud at either place.
Oh no! Elmwood Echo.
Prof. J. N. Gaynore, of Omaha, i.
in the city today making preparations to
open a first-class dancing school in Fitz
irerald hall Friday evening next.. II
comes to Plattsmouth by request ot
several of our citizens, and the many
1 overs of the dance who are not ye!
graceful in this popular amusement, can
have this chance to learn and improve.
Social hops will be given after, school.
Private lessons on Friday afternoon.
The entertainment to be given at tlx
opera house tonight under the auspices
of the Women's Relief Corps, will be
grand musical event. Major Ibndei-
shot and son, who are recognized as th
Lest fife and drum artists in the world,
please their audiences wherever the
cive an entertainment. These two
gentlemen will be assisted by the best
local talent of the city, nnd the concert
will be none other than first class.
Ticket oa sale at J. P. Young's book
The services of a first-class violin -st.
who would be an honor to the city, can
he secured providing the city will furnish
him a good number of pupils. The gen
tleman we have reference to is classed
among the best musicians of St. Paul.
This man would soon organize an or
chestra that woald do the city proud.
All who are desirous of taking instruc
tions from such an instructor, are .re
quested to hand their iutmrs in at tlii
Uncle Tom is again upon us. Mr
Geo. IJ. Horton, the adyauce agent fo
an '"Ujele Tom's Cabin Company," ar
rived in the city yesterday, lie endeav
ored to make arrangements with Managei
Young to secure the opera house for Sat
urday night, next, but as there are s
niiny attractions billed here for tin neat
future, he was refused. We learnjli.it ii
is his intention to play the company at
Fitzgerald hall, anyway. Poplc who
k"C this play each time it strikes here, he
lieve it will be the last time, but hen
they are again. They should play:
"Risen from the ashes on their next trip.
We are forced to siy that the city is
in great need of a dog or cur bylaw,
prohibiting all Jogs fr.m prowling
round the streets at night, and keeping
rp a pow-wow that would jar th
patience of Job, the many would b
leepers find great difficulty in getting
in an occasional wink between the hours
of ten and seven the following morning.
One of the nocturnal fiends at one corner
of the city will open fire on the peaceful
Klumbereni ho have retired for th
night after a hard days trial with busin.es.
and they awake to sleep no more. One
rur will answer as an echo to the nest
nearest one and to it goes, until a mac
imagines hims-lf in hades.
Andrews Opora Co.
The Mikado, a very popular opera,
was rendered to a very large audience at
the-opera house last night t the delight
of every one present. All ot the com
pany did exceedingly well ana if special
honor is accorded it must be to "Coko"
and " Katlsha," hh in tln ir love scene a
very pretty piece of acting was given.
Ed. Andrews will al ways remain supreme
is "Koko," for 111 that character he is
ceitainly at his best. The Andrews are
1 good company and, should the' come
again, will receive cordial support.
The above we copy from the Nebraska
City Press. The beautiful comic opera,
M iscotte," will be presented by the
company Thursday (Thanksgiving) night
for the benefit of Manager .1. I. Young,
it being just six years since the opera
house was opened by the Fay Templetoii
Co. in th! f name opera. The amusem-1 t
loving people are assured that they will
! a tine prodiicteon of this opera by a
40"1 company of :'.0 people and their
own orchestra, and 11 is hoped our citi
zens will appreciate this fact ami gne
Manager Young a big benefit, to which
'ic is deserving, as he is working and
;'.iteiiiig for the interest of the opra
house patrons in securing only good
attractions so far as it is within his pow
r, taking in consideration the patronage
ittractions are receiving, which surely is
poor encouragement for him.
Mr. J. E. Lawhcau fiiul wife, of Union
tar, Mo., arp spending their honeymoon
it tha residence of their uncle, Mr. Win.
Mr. J. II. Galbraith, who 1)43 been em
ployed at the American Tea Btore here
for a short time, left this morning for
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Hall, of Cum
iings Co., arc yfcifitig af tie home of
Mr. J. M. v.:'aio- 1 w9 w,u 'eMiu
-he city oyer Thanksgiving.
Prof. Mauley, who has been in the
ity for the past few days representing
dm Mutual Life Insurance Company, took
:iis departure last evening for his honie
at Normal, 111.
No doubt the leader of the opera
louse orchestra, and the author of a
lever-to-be-forgotten effort by him which
ippearedjn the columns of the" Journal
iast evening in the shape of a retaliation,
iucc this paper was found guilty of
neddliDg with his musical affairs, will
ittend to his business today with a regu
lar pulse and a cool brow' when he imag
nes that the "critic." of the IIekai.d is
stamped under his understandings for
ever and ever. It is not our intention to
.vaste time and space in replying to the
squib to which we make reference, but
.ve must say that we only gave the scnti
nents of the theatre goeia of this city
when we made the statement ihat we
lid. If necessary, we could start out
with a petition praying the management
f the opera house to shut down on the
hreshing machine imitation band and
ecure names to fill a strip of paper
which would span the largest block in
he city. In criticising our criticism of
"Monte Cristo" the little leader says;
"A worse conglomeration of . actoifi
never appeared upon any stage than was
t'lis same company,, and anyone who has
ever seen the piece presented by even
a fair companv. must admit there is talent
in this city that can give a better version
of Monte Cristo after four week's rehear
sal than did this same company." If the
leader of the orchestra is a sample of our
classical amateurs, and we -expect he i
would be the leader of that company if it
were organized, we believe that statement
will be one of the greatest sins he will
lave to answer for. Wherever that com
pany has played, they have received
strong commendation from the press of
dl cities in this vicinity. If he was not
satisfied with the performance, why did
le not go to the box office and draw on
he treasury? His sympathetic expression
vould rob the company. The reason he
vas dissatisfied with them was because
hey were dissatisfied with discords, pro
'ablv. Another crowded house greeted
lie Andrews opera company last evening.
'Birds of a Feather" abounds in musical
romicalities, funny situations ludicrous
-cened and contains a pleasing musical
ein that is at once popular. The solos
ind duets were wrell received and the en
cores were frequei.t. Manager Gotts--halk
has arranged for anotheg visit of
his company the 15th prox., when they
vill agnin be given a rousing welcome.
-Aberdeen, D. T.
Charles Ellis was sentenced to one
year's imprisonment in the pennitentiary,
J. M. Gaynore, of the Omaha Dancing
Academy, will open a dancing school for
'icginueis next Friday eve, Nov. 150, at
Fitzgerald Hall. "Vth all the' latest
Isiices ha.s been t aching at Oiaha for
;ast seven years. Private lessons Friday
ifternoon. J. 31. Gayxokk,
Order your turkeys of Rigins Iro5; at
the Empire 3Iarket.
For Rent A ' pleasant front room,
neatly furnished, only one block from
Main street Ingaire of J. I. UnruW tf
hi 5 a Id ri t i aisan
J Hack ri:0nil Cloth, Fur Trim
med, only $7.00.
Ulnck Extra Quality lioucle Cloth,
Spike Fringe Trimmings, J3ell Sleeve,
Ulack Frieze Cloth, lialTriinminy;.
Quilted Lining. Astrachan Cuffs and
Collars, only $14.00.
lh-own and Tan Urocaded JTatel
lasse, Plush Dull Trimming, Plush
Cuffs and Collar, only 515.00.
Silk Plush, PJush Ball Trimming?,
plain Satin LineJ, Chamois pockets,
Black Aejruchan Cloth, Spike
Trimmings, Satin Lined, p?dy C.
Fancy Silk Striped Cloaking,
Ball Trimming to match, Quilted
Satin Lining, only $20.
Seal Plush, Elegant Flush-Ball
TriirMiiitig, Satin Lined, genuine Seal
Loops, only $3.
Elegant Seal Plush, Beaver kail
Trimmings and Collar, Quilted Satin
Lined, oyAy, 32.50. -
Our Plush Sacques are iinishe.d with thp best of Quilted Satin
Lining. Chamois Pockets and Genuine Seal Loops. Any guarantee
tailing to meet. the rept-enfnti i" wear given our garments, will be
replaced by a new one,
m- r -
OHE DOOR. EAST FIRST IT ATI01TAL BANK.
, - aMMMM I IHI I' ' ly,ttMiMM
warn .m mm
Boots, ajucll SI
.FECIAL Sales in Ladies' Fine
UR Three-Dollar Shoes is far better
OR Two-Dollar Shoe nothing will
IME is going on and our goods must
OME think this is just a blow.
OW all we ask is for you to give lis a
ND to sec the -oodj will convince
IRICES Low is our 3Iotto.
i pecial Meeting
Pr.ATTSMorrTH, Neil, Nov. 20, 18s$.
To whom it may vncerni
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a special meeting of the county com
missioners of Cass county, Nebrai.ka, on
Friday, November 30th, 1S8S. for the
purpose of selecting nanus for jurors for
the December term of Distrjcf Court, to
be held in Ca?s county, Nebraska.
Bird Ch itch field.
All parties knowing lher4$djr?? in
debted to me, arc requested to balance
their accounts on or before the first day
of January 188'.), as, after that time, ail
accounts will positively be left in the
hands of collector.
Nov. 20. rf
The Daughters of Rebeckah will serve
dimies and sjpper for the benefit of that
order on Thanksgiving day and evening
in the opera house block, to which nil
are invited. Regular meals and oysters
will be served. ;
Our Assortment surpasses
anything heretofore attempted
ly us in this Department, and
our customers will be surprised
at our magnificent display of
Ladies and Hisses'
ami at very Low I 'rices. We
are showing decided novelties in
and Solid Colors !
Hand-Turned Shoes, selling now for only $8.50,
than ever put on the market here before
you that we are selling cheaper than any
Dr. C. A. Marshall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics 'given for Pain-
less Filling on Extraction of Teeth.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
jobber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeih ore exacted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
Kitzorrat.o's Block Pltt- u rn. Nkb
For Rent Residence of C. I: Smith,
pnp bjock west of Mr. Showalter's.
ir S- F. Thomas, Agt
O. P. Smith & Co. are making a spec
ialty of Christmas and fine Nfew Years
cards this season.
The nes bedroom sets can be found
FRED - HERB
We shall offer all of our Kid Cloves,
worth from $1.75 to Sfi'.GO, at the Nomi
SI.OO PER PAIR.
This includes everything we cnry in
Ptock of Dreswd, Suedes, Castors, mid
it lUitton Simpson's Best Colors and
Blacks, now 11.50, worth sfi'.M).
4 Button Simpson's Best Colors and
Blacks, now ifl-SO, w rth $2.5.
4 Button Our Ow n Fancy Embroidered
Backs, Colors and Black, now $1.50,
5 Button Bon Marche Extra, Colois
and Black, now $1.50, w rth $1.75.
8 Buttou Motquctnlrc Suedes, Colors,
only $1.50, worth $2.25.
0 Button Mosquctaire Smiles, Colors
and Black, $1.50, worth $2.00.
4 Button Castors, Colors, only now
iM.-V), worth $2. (Q.
Suede Ouantlet Priving Gloves, Colors,
oulv'now $150, worth $2.1'5.
Our $4.00 Beaver Shawls in Greys and
Browns, sold elsewhere nt $5.00.
Our $5.00 B'Versible Y'lt. Greys
and B,rows, with Fancy Border, is decid
edly a good bargain.
Our $7.00 Beaver good heayy Shawl.
Very pretty line of colors.
Our $9.00 Beaver, superior quality,
elegant patterns, well worth $10.00.
Our $10.00 Beaver in Greys, Tans and
Browns, entirely new patterns, and would
be decidedly cheap at $12.00.
Comprises Everything in
Comforts and Blankets.
10x4 White Blankets at $1.25 per pair.'
10x4 White Blankets, good weight,
only $2.00 per pair.
Px4 White al Wool ' Guaranteed,
only $4. Op.
pur Country-made White, at $L73
Fo M e r
0E DOOR E4ST FIRST
IMPR07BHBNT AND EMBELLISHMENTS COMPLETED.
GRAND OPENINCr ()F Oirit
FRIDAY EVENING, 30th hist.
A Cprdial Invitation is ext-nded to the Public in General,
A ttAUCSOME S0UVtlH
will be presented to every La.ly present. Our rooms will i,u
Jiandsoinely decorated. We will l,ow our Pt..ek of
FINE FURNISHING GOODS
p,n, rr ,i i t.: t i
oua. naiunercuieis, nooby
3iiKs,wooiens ana Cassime's c'annnt.'hA snr.
passed, and Prices mo Low that You
cannot fail to buy them.
We are more than pleased
A TRIUMPH OF JUST AND. 'SQUARE DEALING !
"LOW PRICES, HONEST GOODS,
AND NO MISREPRESENTATION," is'Oup
S. 6. Q.: MAYER,
Cor. Uzm and Ctfi St.
per pair, is ttra lnl4C size, insri p m I ully
iidvertis d us a big I ni(:iiiii i.t 5 ( 0. .
1 1x4 "White linpuiid is lull tize crd
ut $7.50 a J air is a cd bui cMin.
$1.50,"Wstc in INmi vcBuI Bh rktt is
'good value ut $5.00.
$G.00, Bed Blanket cxtia weight ur.d
12x4 I led Blanket nt $0.00 per pair,,
made up of the finest wool.
Brown nnd Gray mixd Blm.ktlf, at
Our $1.00 C mf it. fnir piint, fjood
Our $1.50 Conifcrt, goi d quality,
print solid, red lii.ing, filled with
Our $2.00 r mfoit, Bist Flint, txtia
Our $2.50 Comfort, two pood vtduis :
No. 1. Find Colon d (hint. Flint,
White Cotton FilUd, xtia size mid
No. 2. Fancy Sutine. t, lid rid lin
iiigs, c b ji.'tiit line of pc 1 1 1 1 s i d colors.
Our $Jj.25 I nt i t 1 ( 1. ut z I'littcms,
very I'mn-y q'uiltid. .lrn siz m l wclpht.
Our $1.(0 Fine Fniy Sntii-e, Solid
Saline I.iind, v(iy ni(ly 4t:ilt(d, ttev
Lndirs' White Merii.o Vsts. Sill, si itf li
ed, Silk bound, at 50 edits inch. Fnnts
Ladies' Extra line. n.i(iior oridity,
White Merino Vests, Jersi y tibbnl sle vs
at 75 cents each. Fnnts to n:at(h nt sumo
Ladies' White Wool Vests, Silk Bound
and Stitched, at $1.25.
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests end Funis
at $1.00 each, worth $1.25.
Ladies' Scarlet Vests and Fai.ts, mux th
and soft, on'y $1.00 riir h.
Liulies' Scarlet Saxony Wool Vests ami
Punts, flmst quality, at SI. 7! each.
Ladies' Camels llair Fnnts and Vests
Reduced tt $.5.00 a suit, worth $4.00.
Full Lines of Children's, Misses arid
Boys' Underwear. White, Scarlet, Natur
al and Camels 1 1 a i i nt Low prices.
Seal Plush Wraps.
Our line of Flush Gunnel ts this srnson
are made up of the best grades of Lon
don Dyed and Listers Seal Flus.hcp, i.nd
Every Garment Guaranteed to wear.
Our Flush Jackets at $15.( 0 are very
Our -English Walking .Tickets, three
quarters I. nytli, at $25, will wotth $.'J0.
Our $25.00 Flush Sacqiws, sold else-'
where at $:i0.00
Our $.;0.C0 Flush Sacqurs worth fully
Our$::5.00 Flush Sacqui s worth fHty
. Our $U7.50 Flush Siicqurs sold every
where at $45.00.
Our $45.00 Flush Sacques, regular city
pijce, $35, j
IT ATIOITAL BANK."
flecfcweKr .and Muffler
.with - our Increased trade
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