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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1889)
TJie Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
A. Sll-.l.arjr. PeatUt, Korkwootl UailiUnjr;
Telephone A a. Hi.
Ir. Wither. IX-atUt, I'nlon Klork.
CITY CON CR EC ATI ON Si.
Catholic-St. 1'aul's Church. Oak. between
Fifth and fclxlh. Kallier I'arney, I'astor.
Kt-rvloPK : ,Ma.i nt 8 mihI Hi :.m a. 31. Sunda)
Hcliool at 2 :JK with txriieUlction.
CiniivriA.v. Corner Ixicust and Klidith SI.
HervlceN tiioriiiiiK and evenlni;. Kliler J. K.
Keed, pastor. buixiay Hctiooi 10 A. M.
Episcopal. St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and ine. Kev. Ji It. KureiiK. iator. Ser
vices : II A. M. a. d 1 :JOV. m. Sunday Scliool
at :30 1. M.
Orkman Mktiioiust. Corner Sixth St. and
Cruuit. liev. Jllrt. I'aetor. hervtres : II a. M.
and 7 :'M 1. M. Sunday iichoi lo : a m.
Pkkhi;vtkkiai. Main, between Sixth and
Seventh. -Kev. .1. T. Uairi, pastor. Service :
usual hour, morning and evening. Sunda
Fihmt M kthoiiiht. Sixth St.. betwen Main
and Pearl. Kev W. It. Alexander, pastor,
jservice : It a. m 7 :30 P. M. NiiihI:i School
. 2:'Jor..M. I'rayrr ineeti. g Wednesday even
ing. G'kmav I'KirHnvTK.RiAV. Cirner Main anil
Ninth, liev Witle. pastor. Services : usua
hours. Sunday -clmol !i :'J0 A. m.
Bwr.KiusH ( o.viigniATiuNAi.-Granite, be
tween Fifth and Mxth.
Coi.okku Haitiht. Mt. Olive. Oak. between
Tin th and Eleventh. JJev. A. ltowell, pas
tor. Seivi'-es II a. m. and 7 :.'S0 p. m. 1'rayei
meeting Wednesday evening.
Voino Mf.n'm Chkivtiaw Assotiatiov
Kooins corner Fourth and Main streets, (ios-x-l
nieetiiii:. for incii only, every Sunday at
teruoon at 4 o'clock. Kooiuh open weak days
from S--30 a. in . to 9 : 30 p. in.
Boy's gospel meet in; at the Presby
terian church at 4 p. in. tomorrow.
Kev. Wood, a Baptist minister, who
has recently mured to town will occu;y
the pulpit at the Methodist churh tomor
Tomorrow se vices will be held in
the Presbyterian church nt the umial
hours but tint will be the lust day church
will be held there.
The celebration of April 30, will
eclipse any other in the state. Many per
sonal invitation have been scut abroad
and doubtless a good number will be
here from neighboring cities.
Spring was formally opened today,
and the picnic seige declared on, by a
party of young folks in Jonei' big band
wagon protected with wolf robes going
on a fishing excursion to the lake out by
Not wishing to break the line ot
march the different organizations attend
ing the Washington Inangaral Banquet
in body will march into the Opera llous
and o it in line. Please do not present
tickets until returning after the march.
How Plattsmouth will advertise in
1800: "$G0,000 court house, 50,000 in
candescent electric light manufactory,
$20,000 electric light plant, $ 15,000.
complete moter railway $1(5,000 Pontoon
Bridge." Won't that bring industries
and capital ?
The charitably disposed ladies of
the city are preparing a box to send to
the Home of the Friendless, at Lincoln,
any one having donations of food, cloth
ing new or second hand toys, picture
books, or anything for the children of the
Home, can leave same at the residence of
Mrs. J. X. Wise, corner Eighth and Wtd
Tomorrow will probably be last
Sunday the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation will hold a men's gospel service
in their present roomi, corner Main ami
Fourth streets, and the young men are
miking specia; efforts to have a large at
tendance. The new hall, in the Wat-r
man block, ovr Bennett Si Tutt's 6tore.
has been complete, but the furnishings,
and will soon be ready for occupancy.
The board of directors of the Platts
mouth Brick and Terra Cotta works
held a meeting at the county judge's of
fice last night, and a report of the pros
perous condition of the works was mnde.
A dividend of 10 was declared. it
was the first kince the works were erected
three years ago. The future success of
the institution is certain, and its strength
influences good for Plattsmouth all oyer
In the county court, yesterday after
noon, was held the replevin suit of Fred
AVoodson by his next friend, James M.
Woodson, vs. J. C. Eikenbary. The jary
gave a verdict for the defendant. James
M. Woodson, against whom a judgment
has been held for some time past, and
which he acknoledges is for an honest
debt, tried to defeat the law by pretend
ing to place his horse in the hands of his
ton. Fred. The jury very readily saw;
the ingenious scheme and decided like ;
wise. Beeson was attorney for plaintiff, !
and Sullivan for defendant
"We will offer for the next
the number ot One Ilundred. Cash payment on each .Lot -Deferred
monthly payments 85, with only 5 per cent interest.
This is the finest opportunity ever given in Plattsmouth to pur
chase cheap and desirable Ileal Estate. The fact that the city is
building up for a full half mile south of the Park as well as both east
and west sides of the addition is steadily increasing the value of this
Windham & Davies,
DEATH OF C. M- HOLMES.
That Worthy Citizen
Dikik Charles M. Holmes at 7:4. p. m.,
April 2(8. 1S8!, at his home in Platts
mouth, Neb., aged 53 years, 11 months
Mr. Charles M. Holmes has for about
seventeen year lived in pfattsmouth a
peaceful and respected citizen, and here
nany, both rich and poor, have learned
to appreciate his friendship. In business
he was a liveryman and proprieted the
large checkered stables on Vine and
6th. Mr. Holmes was born at Oiboa, Scho
harie county, N. Y., May 21, 1835.
lie came to Nebraska in 1857 and pre
vious to liying in Plattsmouth he was a
farmer and resident near Ilock Bluffs.
He was the father of four sons, three of
which, and one daughter, live to comfort
their bereaved mother. The three tons
ire unmarried, the daughter is the wife
f Mr Samuel Hiukle. The cause of Mr.
Holmes' death was kidney trouble, from
which he has been confined
to hit home for two weeks, his strength
gradually giving way till death came to
relieve the pain of the bdly. The family,
in their sorrow have the sympathy of
many friends, which, though they may
not give expression, comes from the
heart's affections for the loved ones of a
The remain, will be interred in Oak
Hill cemetery tomorrow afternoon. T''
funeral services will be held at the house
on Sixth street at 2 o'clock.
The Sides as They will Take the
Plattsmouth's base ball team will ap
pear on the diamond for the firnt time
this season on the base ball park west 'of
the city, Tuesday April 30. The game is
to open at 3 p. in. ami is Plattsmouth vs.
Council Bluffs. The Odell Bros. Sc Co..
(a real estate firm) is the name of the
visiting team. All are waiting in anx
ious anticipation to see Plattsmouth
make a brilliant start. The following is
the position the teams will hold when in
I. Patterson. .
S. Patterson . . ,
S. Patterson . . .
. .c. .
. . p . .
McCarty ss Hardin
Green If Bprwin
Reese cf Geo. Oliver
Pollock rf J. Oliver
These teams are the same ns they were
last year, with change of a few members.
The Plattsmouth battery is a strong one
and well drilled.
Interrupted the Court.
Yesterday afternoon a sudden and
peculiar change in court proceedings
took place in County Judge Russell's
court during the Woodson vs. Eikenbary
case. The court room was crowded
with men and the lawyers were up to
their neck in details when a young
couple Mr. George W. Copple and Miss
Susie E. Kephart -from Weeping Water,
wanted to be united in the bonds of
matrimony. Judge Russell called a few
mi antes1 recess, made out the papers, and
the jury, witnesses and spectators were
entertained with a wedding ceremony.
After this proceeding the judge con
tinued with the case and the couple
went happily homeward.
This morning in the same court Mr.
Ole Oleson and Miss Annie Johnson, of
Weeping Water, were united in wedlock
Mr. Oleson is a farmer.
In Beatrice yesterday was held a
grand celebration of Odd Fellow, in
honor of their 70th Anniversary in Amer
ica. Visiting delegates were there from
all oyer the state and. it was a grand cel
ebration. Tuesday will be a grand holliday
for Plattsmouth. Bankers, county officers,
city officers, grocers, drygoods merchants,
real estate men and printers, will turn
loose and celebrate.
A Rare Opportunity to
Thirty days Lots in South Park to
rc. i a
Double' Fob' English Henriettes, all
popular colors, reduced to17 ceuts yard.
These goods are usually s Id at 25c
36-inch English Henriettes in all new
Spring Colorings, worth 35 cents.
All-Wool Double Fold Suitings, ele
gant line of Spring Mixtures, only 27c yd.
40-inch Striped Suitings Reduced from
3-inch All-Wool Bromley Suitins,
25 different shades, well worth 50 cents.
30-inch All-Wool French Henriettes;
fullline of colorsjour regular 50c. quality.
Ladies' Perfect-fitting Ribbed
Vests, Low Neck and Sleeveless
Ladies Balbriggan Vests, High
Neck, Long Sleeves.
Ladies' Fine Ribbed Lisle
Vests with Pink. Blue and
Cream Silk Stitching Low Neck and
Ladies' Balbriggan Ribbed
Vests manufactured from the
finest combed Egyptian cotton, high
neck, long sleeves.
Mrs. Fred Whitney is visiting in the
E. F. Knotts, of Council Bluffs, is vis
iting in the city.
Andrew Towle, of Weeping WaUr.
was in town today.
Henry Shoemaker represented Avoea
on our streets today.
Miss Exa Bee Critchfield arrived from
Weeping Water this morning and will
visit in the city a few days.
The social given last eyening by the
Rebekahs in honor of the Seventieth an
niversary of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellowship in the United States, was J
well attended. The audience was enter
tained by several addresses on the order,
in regard to its organization, its objects,
and its work; and declamations and
singing by some little girls. Everyone
was lnyited to the adjoining room where
supper was already spread and all were
asked to sit down and eat till they
wanted no more, after which all wens
home feeling that it had done them good
to be there.
Naturalization papers were today
issued to Andrew Frederickson, from
Special prices in Ladies hose at J. V.
Week bach & Son's.
j.i yuu arts uul a, ireemnuer
TX i. - X l., l.l
excuse. Save half the money vou
ply it on a Lot. If you desire a pleasant home in the future invest
now. It you wish to build this season buy a Lot in South Park and
have money furnished vou with which to build. If you will make
your home in South Park you will
you wish pleasant neighbors make
40-inc h AH Wool Serges in all the pop
ular colors neyer 6old for less than (J5c.
Our price reduced to 50c.
40-inch Red Fern Suitings in all the
new Spring Shades and Mixtures reduced
52-inch All-Wool Ladies' Cloth, Grey
and Brown Mixtures, regular 05c. quality,
our Sale price 50 cents yard.
62 k. Yard-
Our Best Quality of French Henrietta
never sold by us less than 75 cents yard.
Our Best Quality of French Serges, our
regular 00 cent goods.
Ladies' Brown Balbriggan Hose, regu
lar made, only 15 cents pair, worth 257
We carry a full line of Lidies' and
Children's Royal St-iinlcs Hosiery. Ev
ery pair waiTinted Absolutely stainless.
Spscial in Child's Hosiery-
Our entire line of Extra Weight, dou
ble knew Hosiery reduced to 3jc. pair.
These goods have never been fold for
less than 50c. pair.
On Sunday and Wednesday of each
week between the hours from one to three
p. m. a free clinic will be held at my
office in Union Block at which time the
worthy poor will be examined and pre-
j scribed for free of charge.
I tf Alfred Shipmax, M. D.
Still Intho Ring.
I have purchased and moved to the
Riddle House barber shop and combined
my chairs to those of that shop and am
amply prepared to do all tonsorial work.
dlw Ed Morlkv. Barber.
Don't buy Wall Paper or Paints until
you see our stock and prices, we can
please you in quality, selection end prices,
d-w-lm Will J. Warrick.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
F. S. White's wagon is now out deliv
ering ice and any parties desiring that
article will leave orders at the store.
dlw F. S. White.
Our assortment of ladies hose is by far
the largest in this city. Silk finish lisle
thread hose at 35cts a pair, cheap at 00
cents. J. V. Wkckbach & Son.
C. E. Wescott is agent, f jr Munger's
Laundry, Chicago. Washing sent and
received every Wednesday evening.
Bring in your washing and have it done
right, it costs no more than inferior
The largest stock and best selection of
Wall Paper and Paints in the city at
Will J. Warrick's drug store. d-w-lm
Purchase Desirable Lots.
you oujini 10 oe, and mere IS no
1 A A 1 1 .1 .
usually expend each month and an
be convenient to good schools. It
your home in South Park.
-a: 3xr -
Extra Quality Union Silk, 20 inth
Paragon frame, assorted wood sticks,
Gold Cap Mountings,
compared with any $2.00 goods sold in
Fast Black Twilled Silk, 20 inch Tar
a;jon frame, Horn Handles,
. ' $2.00 Each,
better than usually sold at $2.50.
Extra Quality Union Silk 28-inch Par
agon frame, nssorted wood sticks, Gold
co i) pare with any $2.75 goods sold in
Our Celebrated Harvard Silk, 20 and
28 inch Paragon frame, assorted wood
sticks, with Gold, Oxydized and Natural
$3.50 to $5.50 Each.
We can save you at least f 1.00 on this
lin-j of goods.
Full lines of plain and fancy Coaching
Pa-asols with very novel handles, at way
do wn prices.
Satin and Lace Covered Parasols in
Creams and Black, with fancy colored
linings, at popular prices.
Full Line of Zmilla and Gingham
Paraols from 10 cents to 75 cents each.
Children's Fancy Parasols from -5 ct.
to $1.25 each.
ing For Three
If you live in the country and intend otne d ty to move to the
city, buy a Lot now while it is cheap.
You-can save monev bv investing it. In ki. t..i.
ber that this lovely addition to Plattsmouth is no IonCer a soecnUtlZ'
Whether you wish to Durchas nr t 5f. f.pecniit.,?-
i c T-k mi t - i , .
ham & Davies you will be shown this
Bank of Cass County
The celebrated I. C. and C. P. Cornet
reduced to $2 each. Tin ho goods are
never sold, for less than $2.50.
At $1.50 wo sell the well known F. C.
No. 50o French Corset.
At $1 our French wjve Cleopatra takes
the lead for a boned corset. Nothing in
the market for the price excels it. Colors
white and drab. Loomers Elastic Com
fort Hip at $1. The peculiar ad Vantages
to be derived from wearing a Ciwsct that
is cut away over the hips that,it will fit I
any form, give freedom of motioji to ta
body and prevents breaking of the slp'
t the hips. ( J
Featherbone Corsets at $1 Boned I
Featherbone, will not break over the hij
Ladies Favorite Waists at $1.00. Thi
waist can bo worn with as much comfort
as an ordinary drcs waist, it will give
the same i h gancj of contour ns tho
heaviest b.incil corset.
uuiincr (.'orstt at $1.00. The
very best Nottingham Nt-t is used in
double thickness throughout the comet.
Zephyr Summer Corse t at 00c. This is
the bfst summer corset in tho market at
Good Luck Corset at 50c. The best
ftO.; co:-set in die city.
The Efjiiiline Corset Waist for Young
Ladies. Healthful and Economical Gar-
ment. Adjustable Shoulder Straps and
, Stocking Supporter. Price 1.00 each.
Four - Dollar
Shoe is Sell
" J"u "l1 -au on Wind
part of the city free of charge.
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