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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1889)
DAILY HERALD : VL ATTSMODTH. NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, APRIL C, lSy.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. KalUbarr. Ile.tlxt, Korkwood Baildlnie.
Dr. Tllhrra. ftralUt, Union llltx-k.
Catholic. St. Paul Church. Oak. betwrei.
ruin anu nxiii. ratiirr auicy. rasio
H-rvloeii : Mass at 8 nd 10 :.T0 A. M. Sundu
Christian. Corner IocuHt and Eighth Kfi
Services morning ana evening. KUir J. K
JCrru. pastor. Miutiay Sc-liool 10 a. m.
Kpiscopau St. Luke's Church, corner Third
aim v in, nvv it it. miri:M. pantor. nr
vires : II A. l. a d 7 :J0V. M. HuuUay School
at i :ju i. n.
liKKMAN JtlKTHDIIIHT OPIKT rStXtll f t HI)
(rault. Kev. Illrt. I'.'iftor. K-rvl-- : 11 A. M
ana 7 UiO i. M. Kuuilay UcImoI lo a m.
Pkkuhvtmman. M.iin, between Sixth and
fieventh Jev. J. I. liairn, paxtor. Srrvier.
I'xiial hi.itr-t. morning and evening. Nuiirta)
J-1 UMT MrTiioin.sT. Sixth St.. bet wen Mai
and Pearl, itev IV. 1$. Alexander, pastor,
Service : It a. m.. 7 :30 p. m. suiuU. School
2 :'M P..M. i'rayt r meeti. g ednesday even
GrioiAX Pu8itVTKRiAN. Corner Main an
isiiitii. lifv Witte, paMr. Services : ut.ua!
hours. Sunday -cliool it u'A) a. M.
Bwfkkmh Conor. tn-rioMAi. Granite, be
iweeo r iiiii auu nixui.
C'oi.oitKi Uaitist. Mt. Olive. Oak. betweei
lentil unci r.ieventli JCev. A. Hoiwell. pas
tor. SeivP-es It a. in. Miid 7 :30 p. in. Praye,
ineeiiuic vvetinestiay evening.
YOITNO MUS'H ClIKIoTIA" Ahhociatiov
Itooms corner fourth ami Main streets, (ios
pel meeting, for men only, every Sunday at
ternoou at 4 u clock. Koom. open weak day
iroin bjo a. in., io uiju p.m.
All young meu are invited to attend
the Y. 31. C. A. gospel meeting at
p. in. tomorrow.
W. P. Davis has quit work in tl
coach shop and expects to leave in a few
days for his land near Red Cloud, whicl
lie intends to improve, and return here
when work is better.
La9t night a lively party of younjj
people gathered at the home of Mis
Birdie Housoworth,-on Main street. an
enjoyed the hospitality of her home. Th
party was given by a number of young
friends as a surpr se.
The men's gospel meeting held every
Sunday afternoon at the rooms of ti e
Younjr Men's Christian Association U
always a lively and musical one. Al
who wish to come are welcome and are
invited to remember the meeting at
4 o'clock tomorrow.
At the opening at S. & C. Mayer
last sight it was remarked by one,
hardly supposed there were so manv
people in Plattsmouth." Hut the peopl
here know how to appreciate the enter
prise of our merchants when they give au
opening for the public.
Comments or - uiguest praise werw
heard from every quarter today of the-
rich musical social tiven at Rock-
wood hall last night by the Philharmonic
club. The performances of Miss Lilli
Kauble on the violin and Miss Lei) nil off,
of Louisville, on the zitheru. and comic
songs by A. D. Eigenbroadt were encored,
but the music was all above criticism
The "Little Nugget" company which
plays at the opera house Monday ni;ht
is said by critic's to remind them of
picture in Bulwer's novel "The la9t days
of Pompeii," where lone tnd her lover,
the hero, taking a pleasure voyage; will
them is.the blind Mower girl. All tli
elements combine to make a scene of
pleasure, and the only shadow in all the
glorious picture is the love of the blind
irirl for the hero, who she knows loves
lone with a passion as unquenchable a
the fires of Mt. Vesuvius. Dou't forget
the "Little Nugget," at the opera house
on Monday night. Secure your tickets
Wanted: Four apprentice girls Two
for millinery and two for dressmaking
Call at the Bazar.
NO SMOKE OR SMELL
To the new COAL. Oil, Store
Just receivedat Joliimon Bros.
Call and nee ttiem. They wlil
Y. M. C. A. PROGRESS.
New Rooms Will be Occupied the
First of May With Largo
Room for the Boys
At a meeting held in the rooms of the
Young Men's Christian association Th urn
night important steps were taken in re
ijard to the future work of the associa
tion. It was decided to incorporate the
association under the laws of Nebraska
.tnd a committee of three O. II. Billou,
F. II. lMlock. J. II. Waterman ap
pointed with full power, and instructed
to draw up and file such articles. That
committee was also authorized to lease
from J. II. Waterman the upper story of
hi brick block ou Miin street for two
years, provided it be remodeled to suit
the purpose of the association. Mr.
Waterman will arrange the up stairs to
suit, and the rooms, which are oyer
liennett & Tutt's grocery, will be after
this plan: The front room will be 21x18
feet, fitted and used for the secretary's
odice and reading room. The next
room will be about 15x15 and will be
the gtuie room. A twenty-foot addi
tion is to built to the rear of the up
atairs and that, with the rest of the
building will be made into a hall about
50x21 feet. Thu will be large enough
to accomodate between 200 and 300
pjople and serve the meeting purposes
f the association. Work on the ad
dition to the building will begin im
mediately and it is expected to be
completed soon. The committee of
three was also authorized to look after
the furnishing of the new rooms, which
will be occupied the first part of May.
Mr. Willits was appointed leader for
the "boys and when the new quarters
are occupied the reading room will be
occupied by them Sunday's for a gos
pel meeting. Thus providing a plaee
for the young men and boys to meet
S. &. C. Mayer's Opening.
The spring opening of S. &. C. Mayer's
mammoth clothing house occurred last
night at their store, corner Main "and
Fifth s reeta. The event had been well
advertised and extensive preparations
naile to entertain the visitors. A com
plete stock of spring goods was elegant
ly displayed and everything from the
beautifully decorated show windows to
the smiling clerks wore an inviting ap
pearance. The full length of the build
ing was locorated overhead with bunt
ing of the national colors and a large
dag was suspended from the middle of
the ceiling. The doors opened about
S o'clock and for half an hour a great
crowd of ladies and gentlemen had
waited admittance. From then till clos
ing time there was a great pour of
visitors into the store. Three thousand
souvenirs of the occasion bad been dis
posed of long before the people stopped
crowding in. One highly admired at
traction was the "children's stand" in the
centre of the store. Here was a stand of
Iresscd dummys, and the most handsome
patterns of children's clothing was here
veil displayed. The Taite orchestra
furnished, continually, charming strains
of music, which was highly enjoyed.
rhis was the first appearance of these
nush'ians and were under the leadership
of R. A. Taite, and they played their
pieces with perfect harmony. The mem
bers of the orchestra are R. A. Taite,
Sam Hinkle, Frank Albey, Joe Hawks-
.voi tli. Win. Latham. W. A. Grimes, II.
L. Miller and R. E. Cuuzins.
nsis For tk bm MM
Special Sale of Kid Gloves !
$1.75 & $2 25
4 Button, Our Own,
4 Button, Simpson's
5 Button Bon 3Iarche Erubroideifd
C Button Bnn Marche Suedes Em-
8 Button BonMarche Suedes Em
Ladies' Suede Gantlet Driving
REDUCED f ,0M
$1-75 & $2.25-
These Gloves are the very best manufactured, and at the exceningly low
price of $l.l9a pair will sell very rapidly. Full Line of Colors,' Tans, Brows, Slates
We haye a Lot of 5T, 5 and 6 Kid Gloves we are closing at 25 cents a pair,
worth 75 cents.
Spring Wraps and Jerseys.
Short Beaded Wraps at $5, $ 7 and $10 each.
Silk Biocaded Dolmans, Elegantly Trimmed with Lace and Jets, at $10 each,
reduced from $25.
Cashmere Dolmans at $5, reduced from $10.
Peasant Cloaks, colors, Fans, Gobelins nd Black at $10 each.
Ladies' Black Jeiseys, Fast Black, Plaited front, only 75 cents each.
Ladies' AU-wol Black Jerseys, Vest Front, Good Quality, only $1.50.
Eadies' Jerseys, Front Trimmed witli Silk Braid. Military Style, only $2.
Ladies' Flanellette Blouse Waists in Stiped effects, only 75 cents each.
Ladies' Jersey Blouse Waists in Navy, Saphire and Wine Shades only $1.50.
Ladies' Jersey Blouse Waists, Wide 8ailor Collars, all Shades, only $ 2.25.
Ladies Striped Jersey Blouse, Trimmed in Plain Shades to Match, fine qual
ity, only $3.50 each.
Children's Flanneilette Blouses, very neat for summer wear, at 65 cents each.
Children's Jersey Blouses in Navy, Terra Cotta, Saphire and Cardinal, at
$1.25 ' ach.
Children's Extra Quality Blouses, Sailor Style, very pretty, only $2.00.
Boys' Shirt Waists in Flanneilette and Percails at 50, 05 and 75 cents each.
pecial Sale of
Dresa Goods !
All-Wool Double Fold Drees SuitiDgs in ajl of the new Spring Shades rind
Mixtures at 27 cents yard;
Tliese 0-ooc3.s TX7"ortILa. 35c7
35 inch al Wool Drei fuitings. Broadcloth Finish, comprising everything
new in this seasou's colorings, at the low price of 39 cents a yard,
UZTortXi 45 Cents a ITard.
40 incli Red Fern Suitings Reduced to 50 cents a yard,
were offered so low and these prices will last
These goods never
Our line of these goods far surpasses everything we have ever shown here
and our prices very low.
Check Nansooks at 8 , 10, 12J, 15, 17, 20, 25, and 85 cents a yard.
Plain India Linens at 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 25 and 35 cents a yard.
Checked India Linens at 12i, 17, 20, 20, 25 and 31 cents a yard,
Florentine and Ilermosia Suitings at 21 and 35 cents a yard.
Rossin and Lace Stripes at 12. IS and 20 cents yard.
Fast Black India Linens at 17 25, 30 and 35 cents ayird.
White and Cream Batiste Claire from 20 cents to 50 cents a yard.
Also full lines of Victoria Lawns, India Mulls, Dotted Swim, J ones' Soft
Cambricks; Cotten and Linen Diaper Cloth, Tuckings, etc.
45 inch Swiss Flountings from CO cents a yard to $2.00 a yard.
Misflos Swiss Flouncings from 75 cents yard to $2.00 yard.
Apron Swiss Flouncings from 75 cents to $1.00 a yard.
Don't fail to look over our Lines of Above Goods before purchasing for
it will pay you to do so.
US US 3! L IbJL
Rev. II. B. Burgess was in Omaha
Miss Etta Schildknecht is visiting :it
Rev. W. B.
was a passen-
F. Ortmann has opened a new bakery
and : estaurant in the corner room of the
Riddle block: Fresh bread, cakes, pies
an ( pastry constantly on band; confec
tioneries, fine nuts and candies; day and
ek boarders meals and lunch at all
hours; he will also open an ice cream
parlor next Sunday the 7th of April-
ger to Ashland this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Capt II. E. Palmer and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Waugh were in Omaha
Mrs. Geo. Peabody, who has been
visiting at II. C. Ritchie's left this morn
ing for York.
Mrs. Wiggenliorn, who has been visit
ing at the home of F. G. Fricke, returned
to Ashland this morning.
County Clerk Critchfield returned this
morning from a visit to bis - farm at
Weeping Water, accompanied by his
little son, Master Don Critchfield.
Lost: A pair of nicklc framed specta
cles, in case inlaid with nickle, somewhere
on Main street, Finder will be rewarded
by leaving them at O. P. Smith's or the
postoffice. Dr. Geo. II. Black.
A full line of needles for all kinds of
sewing machines can be found at J. P.
Youngs music store also the best oil in
Ned Baker is now prepared to do
house cleaning at low rates. Carpets
will be reuioyed to his home to be cleaned
!nd returned as soon as work is done.
Orders to be left at Dovey & Son's store.
Will be ready to commence work Monday.
Fob. Sale One quarter section of
good land near Oneill, Holt. Co., Neb.
Some improvements. Will sell cheap;
part cash. Address by mail or call at A.
P. Campbell's Wintersteen hill
d-w-1 m O. T. Wood.
Don't be worried with a machine out
of order no matter what make or kind
when by calling at J. P. Young's music
store you con have it repaired by a prac
tical repairer. Charges moderate and all
Mrs. Owen wishes to announce to the
ladies of Plattsmouth and vicinity that
she is prepared to do fashionable dress
making at reasonable prices. Rooms
with Moore Studebaker.
IrflLY 90 AYS MORE
TO GET YOUR
Boots and Shoes at CosL
If our trade continues in the next Ninety Days as it hns in the past Thirty Days we
will soon be off for Pueblo, Colorado. So
Grasp the Opportunity
jAud Supply Yourself with Enough to Lat You Two Years, while roil can get
your Footwear at a "Cash"' sacrifice.
Call and See Our Reduced Prices.
Anyone in need of sewing machine
needles of any kind by calling at J. P.
Young's music store can find a full supply
The best oil and supplies of all kinds
kept on hand.
Plenty of feed, floor, graham and
meal at Heisel's mill, tf
No Trouble to Show Goods.
P. S. All knowing themselves indebted to us please call and
save expense. W.
owzLsra- to -A. ooisrTErpXjJLTEUD os-AJsra-iEi insr the jbtil,
MUST SACRIFICE mS $30,000 STOCK OF CLOTIIING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, FOR SPOT CASH ONLY,
j FEE OEETTo ET
1L JllllUi 1ST lSXblLLJlL&
Chlldrens Suits $1.
Childs TZhob P'axrts 25 cts.
Boys Wool Suits $2.65.
Hons Worlring Suits $3.
All Wool Blaclr WcrstodJ
2qxis Ovo sails 35 cents..
Mono Working Snirts 35 cts
2ons Blue 2Tlannol Snir ts 75c
Mens Joans Pants 85 cts.
Mons Blaclz Wool Hats 35c
Mens Caps 2Tiv cents.
Mens Working noes SI.
Mens Sewed Shoes, Button or
Mons Calf Soots $1 90.
Mens Snirts and Drawers 25.
Trilis is t-lie (Kreatest Slaughter ale ever seen In Cass county. Hf you want to save 5
cerate on every dollar buy your (Koods of
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