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Tno Evening Herald
Or FI3IAL PAPER OF TH"ciTY
Dr. 4. KalUIary h lbi r-Ult right tn
lr. Striaan'a l.orl A nirt lift le fur tUr I'alnlrk
V.xtrtrtinm oTTrrlh la thUrltjr. Ofllr. Uork iroail
Dr. Wither. DtatUt, L'nloa Itlork.
- Tub IIkrald to tho front.
Young peoples meeting at the M.
E. church to-night
Plattsmouth is a wioner and the
Ftaii Citt of Nebraska.
The newly organized B. fc M. band
played a few piece before the opera
house last night.
The procession to the cemetery yes
tcrdajr, had a good turnout of old sol
diers and sons of veterans.
The Browns and Weeping Water
game of ball at the ball park this after
noon, attracted many young folks.
II. J. Streight has taken up his resi
dence with his family in the Mathews
property on Vine and Fourth streets.
A picnic party of five young ladies
accompanied the Weeping Water ball
ttam OTer this morning to see Platts
inouth. picnic and watch the ball game.
People who claim they gotnpbefoie
aunri.e this mornibg, say they saw frost.
It would need to be an elegant, sight for
us to doubt enough to jet up and see for
On account of the early sprint; thi
year, rcscg and choice summer flowers-
were plentiful for decorating purpose?.
yesterday, and the most profuse decora
tions ever strewn in the cemetery wci
Next weak there will be a change o
boys who deliver the Daily IIf.kai.d in
the Second, Third, Fourth and Fiftl
wards. A special boy beinjr put on for
South Park. This chanjre will jrive all
subscribers better delivery, it is hoped
and insure the delivery of papers to al
South Park subscribers. On account o
this change, some patrons may be missed
at first, and any such are requested to
report at this office.
An attractive and beautiful show
window for yesterday and today was tt.e
west one in 8. & C. Mayer's clothing
house. Large army flags were hung on
the west and south sides from the ceiling,
with cords and decorations very becom
ing. and a ground of evergreen and rotes.
Ia tho centre wss a fine life size picture
of Gen. U S. Grant and close by was
smaller ne of the departed and honored
Dr. IL It. Livingston, accompanied with
his army and Masonic order swords
la front was stacked three army muskets
and six bavonets. In the background
was the inscription, "In Memory of the
Defenders of our Country." The win
dow was decorated Wednesday night
and even crowds gathered at times to
admire the pictures of the men and tl.
The case of Wiu. Buster vs. the M. P.
for the killing of a mule team has finally
been decided in the District court. Thr
third jury come to an agrement after
v i fc vu eviv ssvu vuueunj v. v u i
deciding: in favor of defendant.
This morning the case of state of Neb
braska vs. M. 3C. Moon come up and :
jury was impaneled. Readers of tl.f
Herald will remember that last month
on one Sunday Ilite and his hired hand
named Marsh had a quaral in the morn
ing. Mirsh left the farm and about
noon drove back to the farm with Moon
in a buggy. Marsh left the buggy and
came oyer the hog pen where Hite wss,
and shot him in the left arm and another
bullet glazed his head. Hito was not in
jured seriously and Moon and Marsh
droye away. The latter escaped, but
Moon was put under arrest and gave
bonds to appear ia district court, and the
case came'up today.
The following witnesses haye been
sumonded for the state, David Uite. Al
fred Cooley, John McGuirly, Mira, Wm.
Phillip and Frnk Lynch, Albert Criten
den. A- Crittenden, Geo. Conryea, N. R.
Ilobbs, Chas. Pinkhorn, Howard Gould,
Mrs D vid Ilite. J. M. Neeley, J. Howell.
For defendant the following wittnesse
have been summoned; W. II. Deering,
John Aaron, Evan Lynch, Chas. Jordon,
J jbn Beard, Hart Bennett, Wm. Buster,
Geo. Mirsh J. W. Worel. Moon is char
ged with being an accessory to the shooting-
Card of Thanks.
The ladies of the W. R. C. desire to
extend their sincere thanks for the as
sistance rendered them in their entertain
ment last night by the Episcopal choir,
Mr. Waterman and all who aided them.
Y. W. C T.U-
There will be a called meeting of the
Vs at 7 p. m. in the M. EL church, to
make preperations for Flower Mission
Day. All members are requested to be
Acute and chronic rheumatism can be
effectually and permanently cured by
the use of Ilibbard Rheumatic Syrup
od Plaster. Bold by F. G. Fricke & Co:
Mrs. J. M. P.ttcroii mid Miss Ann
LivinMton were Or.ialir. visitors today.
Amelia Archer, who has been making
her home in this city for pome time, re
turned to Omaha this morning.
J. A. D vies goe over to Gleuwood
this evening to attend the high school
graduating exercises. Tiiere is a class
of nine, and Miss Hattie Dttvies, his sis
ter, is one of the class.
Secretary J. M. Bothewell, of the
Young Men's Christian Association, of
this city, returned yesterday from attend
ing the annual conference of general
secretaries of the U. S. and Canada, at
Orange, N. J. and the bi-annual conven
tion of the secretaries held at Philadel
phia. TODAY'S BALL CAME.
The Boys Have a Came that Inter
ests Many Young People
Las summer and once this spring the
Browns of this city have gone to Weep
ing Water to have base ball encounters
with the boys' nine there and get beat.
Today the Weeping Water club came to
Plattsmouth, overland, to meet the
Browns at the Ball Park, and the young
foiks of the city were generally greatly
interested in the game. The teams oc
cupied the field as follows:
BROWNS. WEEPIXO WATER.
Jesse Scott c Harry Fitchic
Ilarrv Green ,
.p... .Frank Barnes
.1 b Bc-rt Coglizer
.2 b. . Ed Woodward
.3 b Jacobs
.s s Walter Street
.r f Clint Reed
Ed Morley . . . .
Bert Holmes. . .
Jhs. Thrasher. .
Giy Vandevoort. . .c f M Woodard
Arch Johnson 1 f . . . .Jack Donelan
From a recent report from the game
the Browns were getting left in elegant
shape. The Weeping Water suits arc
white with red bands and stockings. The
Browns are brown with red stockings
Died: At 1 o'clock a. m., Tuesday,
May 2Sth, 18S9. Mrs. Ida Russell, aged
29 years 5 months and 22 days, in Weep
ing Water, Neb., of consumption.
The subject of this sketch, wife of
Horace II. Russell, was born atPerciville,
Iowa, December 6, 1S59. Her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorngate, afterward
removed to Cass County and made
Weeping Water their home, where on
August 26, 1S83, Ida Thorngate and
Horace II. Russell, of that city were
united in marriage. Weeping Water
continued to be their home, but con
sumption laid hold upon the constitution
of the bride, and after several years'
suffering, and a severe attack during
the last few weeks, her life went out
The funeral ot deceased was held in
Weeping Yfater yesterday and was
attended by many friends and relatives.
Her father passed on before her several
years ago, but her mother reraains to
mourn her death and sh.re the bereave
ment of the two little daughters and
husband and father. The funeral servi
ces were conducted by Rev. George
Hindly, of the Congregational church,
and Rev. Thomas Stephenson, of the
Baptist. Psalm 23 and John 14, were
read for lessons from the Word of God.
Rheumatism is cured by Hibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup stricking at the seat of
the disease and restoring tbe kidneys and
liver to healthy action. If taken a suihci-
ent time to thourly eradicate such poi-
son, it never tails, ooiu Dy r. u. rricK
. at 1 - 1 1
A Jolly Good Play.
there was a large audience at in
Opera House last evening when the vert
amusing play "Mixed Pickles'' was given
its first presentation this season. To sa
that the audience very thoroughly edjoyed
the performance would be puttiag it mild
y. There wss almost constant laugh
ter from beginingto end of the perform
ance, and the subdued laughter was in
creased to the explosion of some of th
audience who could not restrain their
merriment. The, scrapes Joseph Pickle
gets his reverened brother into are simply
endless, and Broum is made to take
share of the burdens that fall to all of
the scapes-grace's freinds. The play will
e repeated this evensng and no doubt
to a packed audience. Hartford Journal-
f you want to laugh and enjoy a pleas-
evening,s entertainment go to the opera
house and laugh at J. B. Polk ia "Mix
ed Pickles." Saturday night.
of fine French Flowers at Mrs. John
son's. Regular prices $1.75 to $2.50,
now $1.00 to $1.2". Also special sale in
Infants' Lace Bonnets. Call and secure
a bargain. tf
The effect of using Uibbard's Rheuma-
ic Syrup is unlike all medicines co ntain-
ng opiates or poisens, it being entirely
free from them. It cures rheumatism by
puiifying the blood. Sold by F. G.
Fricke A Co.
PIukIi Wigwams at Sherwood's
la its treatment of rheumatism and all
beumatic troubles Ilibbard's Rheumatic
Syrop stands first and foremost above all
others. Read their medical pamphlet,
and learn of the great medicinal value
of t- remedi which estrr i- its c-a- ,
THE DAILY IIKriAJL!) : I'LAITSMOIJTII. NKUIiASKA. FRIDAY. MA
We have placed on our Center Counter our entire line of
Children and Misses
Which wo have made up into Three Different Lots
and Marked at a Ridiculous Low Figure.
Lot 1 at
Lot 2 at
Lot 3 at
Our Lino of Figured Domestic Sateens
Reduced to 12 1-2 cents a Yard.
Our Line of Spring Jackets that Sold at $7 SO
and $10.00, reduced to &5.00.
FULL LINE OF BEADED CAPES FROM $5.00 TO $10.00.
Mayer Bros- Defeated In a Cood
earnest the Ball Park.
Lincola's amateur club, Majer T5ros.,
met the home niue at the
ball park yesterday afternoon. ifncli
interest was manifested in the game, aud
the attendance was large. The game
opened with Lincoln at the bat. A muf
fled ball in the center field gave them
three tallies that inning, aud tho Lin
coln team then kept well ahead till the
seventh inning for Plattsmouth, when
the base9 were all full aad Jas. Patterson
tok the bat. A ball sent way over cen
tre field by him cleaned the bases and
pave him second, leaving the score 6 to
0. Patterson mad home safely, and
made the last tally. The score stood as
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 Total.
Plattsmouth 00021040 7
Mayer Pros. 30001110 0-0
Base hits Plattsmouth, 5; Mayer
Bros, 5. Errors Plattsmouth, 6; Mayer
Bros., 0. Struck out By Paterson, 13;
by Barnes. 8. Umpire McCoy.
The following is the fielr position.
TLATTSMOUTH MATER BROS.
Bittentrcr c R. Barnes
T. Patterson p N. Barnes
J. Patterson lb Coburn
S. Patterson 2b Hammond
Linahan 3b Eg
Miller ss .Kimmerer
Baldwin rf Conger
Sthulhoff cf .IfranKiin
Green If Ilouseworth
T'ia eame was hiablv interesting and
a dds another star to Plattsmouth's ball
rre;i!urer, . -
F. M. Richet
... W K Fox
Jambs Patterson, jr.
- Byron Clark
H. C. Schmidt
. 8 Clifford
i. H. Dunn
Police .Tudjce, -
Councilmen, 1st ward.
1 C Brekknfkld. -
4th " .
DR. A StlllFMAH
D M JONK9
M B MURPHT Z
i'nn O'Connor. -
i P McCali-en.
J W JOHNSfJV.CHAIRMAN
V H Newell.
Board Pub. Work a
DeDutr Treasurer, -
D. A. CAKrBELL
W. U. Tool
John M. Lev da
- W. C. Showaltfr
n. C. .srRMiiT
Clerk. - -
Recorder of Deeds -
CWK ot District Coart,
51icrl2, - " .
not nf Pub. Schools.'
"0Wty w UUKo. -
raiid or UPERVIBOHS-
A.B.TOOD. - - ; - l??r,0Jl!
Comprises onr 6tock of .Muslin Underwear
that sold as high as 50 cents a garment.
These goods are made up of the choicest
Muslin and Trimmed with Embroidery.
Comprises our stock ot Muslin Underwear
that sold as high as 70 cents a garment.
These goods are Elegantly Trimmed and
made from the best Muslin.
Comprises our stock of Muslin Underwear
that sold as high as 1.00 a garment. Very
best quality of Muslin ai.d Handsomely
Trimmed with Embroidery.
The Light of Home.
A cheerful, healthy woman ia the
light of home, but thoulig over exertion
in her efforts to minister to the happiness
; of the household, her health is often im
' paired, or weakness, or displacement
brought on, making life niuerable, and
clouding an otherwise happy home with
gloom. The thoughtful and tender hus
band in such cases, should be intelegant
enough to preceiye the cause of such
gloom suffering, releivethe faithful wife
from drudgery, and furnish her with that
best of freinds to women, Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription, now recognized
and used in thousands of homes jis a cer
tain euro for all those delicate afflictions
peculiar to the female sex. "Favorite
Prescription" is the only medicine for
women, sold bv druggists, under a
positive guarantee from the the manu
ftictureis, that it will give satisfaction
in every case, or money will be refunded
This guarantee has been printed on the
bottle-wrapper, and faithfully carried
out for many years.
Tiie ITerald Job Rooms are the most
complete in the county.
THE BISTWfVTESQAPMADE IN-AMEKCA
Flo ati fa c 5oa.
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Dr. t A. Marshall.
Preservation of tha Natural Ttieth a
Special tyJ Anecthttics givon for Pain
less ErLLisa ou Extraction ok Teeth.
Artificrd teeth made on 'Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reuorable.
1 1 .'tfViM,'
1 f I III t I r Ml..
MIX J fr J&
Y 31. 1 N.
OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Having concluded to discontinue this department, we have
thrown on our Middle Counter our Entire Stock, which we are offering
at a price that in most instances the material could not bo purchas-
25 cents buys a White or Colored dress trimmed with Em
broidery. 50 cents buys a dress that was made to retail for $1.00.
75 cents comprises everything that sold as high as 1.25.
31.00 buys a very neat dress in White or Colors, well
Our 1.50 line of dresses have been reduced from $2.50.
At $2.00 you will find some excellent values worth double.
At 2.50 very cnoice and fine; the material is worth what we
ak for them.
$3.00 takes in everything in the Line that sold as high as $ 6.50.
The sizes run from 1 to 12 years of age, and in every ease wo
will cheerfully refund the money it not fully as advertised.' Do not
miss this opportunity to lay in a stock of these goods, aa you may
never get another chance to buy them at so low a figure.
Embroidered Mull Caps
in this city. We are showing an elegant line from 20c to $2.00 each.
At Cos to
Only 60 Days IVioro.
Time is flying and our goods are selliug. Don't
wait until ive are out to Pueblo for you will
never1 get such prices as we are offeriny.
Ladies Glove "Web 25 cent Slipper,
Ivid Toe, 7o ct blippers, will 6eJl lor
" Low Crescent, 1 25 Slipper, will sell for
Oxford Tie, 1 75 Low Shoe, "
Glaze Dongola, flexible, 2 25 bhoes. will sell for
Fine Glazed Dongola, flexible, 3 00 Shoe, will sell for
" " hand
French " "
Glove Grain. S. S.. 1 50 Shoe, will sell lor 00
We also have a great many
Childrens, that we have not space
It will be to your interest
Just received a large
and well assorted line of
r,wrm 'hwa.ii T i nrt.
Line of Children's
will Fell for
turned 3 U'J Mioe, will eell lor 'J 40
" 4 00 " ' " 3 00
" 4 50 " " u 3 75
bargains in Mens, Boys, Miese3 and
to call and get prices before buying
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