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THE DAILY UBRALD : PLATTSMOUTH, tffiBUASKA, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889.
Tne Kvening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPEfToF THE CITY.
Ilr. A. SallHliurjr hat III -xrIiiIfr rllit to une
Ir. SlrlnaaH l.ornl A nirtl !irl ir for thr 1'nliiltxH
K 1 rxrtion oMVt-fli in tlili rll). Olllrr Kui'knood
Ir, Wither, l.ntlxt, I'nlon Itlork.
Louisville will ct lebrate the Fourth
The cleaning of Main i-trrtt was
li nii-hcd today.
Remarks about tliu weather htill ton
tinuc to Ik; in order.
Henry Wi-ckbark fc Co. have put on
a brnn new delivery waijon.
A nundier of cardinal red birds were
olTered on the street for sale today.
Flunk A Hire; and Mi.-s Loui.se Kr
liart wcic tOlay granted permit to wed.
The funeral service of Fred die 1'auer
occ tired this morning at 10 o'clock from
the Catholic church.
The I'lattsinouth Huildin; and Loan
Association had a meeting last night at
the olKee of Skinner fc Ritchie.
Cass county's credit is r'od in ad
vance. Parties were telephoning from
Omaha yesterday desirous of purchasing
the court house lionds.
- Iheliall vim; tins afternoon was
a subject of eonsideralile eoinmeiit. hut
the heat was the dreaded fiature of those
who desired to witness it.
Strawl rii'-s! Well we should re
mark. M. 1J. Murphy had on exhibition
in Ids store today a dish of th's largest
strawberries ever in the city. They were
the -Huliaeh No .V raised by J. (J. Uu
liach, of Princeton, 111.
- Last night n party of people were
highly entertained at the home
duetor Chase. The nartv was in honor
of Miss English, of Lincoln. Some rich
music was played for the company ly
Misses White and Vivian.
A party from this city were in Oma
ha yesterday taking deposition in the
case of Iloliertson, trustee of FUen V.
Davis' estate vs. M. D. Polk, ct al, he
fore special commissioner Potter, and
adjourned last evening to meet in PL.tts
niouth J lily :;.
Comparing last fall's vote with the
vote of Hastings this spiing. Weeping
Water is nearly as large as Hastings. At
the special election in Hastings this
month for court house bonds 1,30s votes
were cas'. At Weeping Water last fall
717 votes were cast.
Harry Archer, of Rock Fluffs, who
is working on the foundation of the new
hotel building was overcome by a faint
ing spell brought on by the heat tod.-ty
and had to quit work. While, work
ing he become di..y and blind and
leaving the wall came up on Sixth street
to go to the shade but fainted in the
road. Cold water was applied to his
head and hands and he soon revived and
was taken to his brother Michael Archer,
opposite the IJ. & M. shops.
This morning lie v. Father Carney, of
the Catholic church performed the mar
riage ceremony for Mr. Joseph Hidurand
Miss Kate Janda. The biKle was gor
geously a'tired and after the wedding
the bride and groom with the groomsman
and bridesmaid, from Omaha, were
driven to the photograph gall. ry and
their pictures taken. Today was a grand
holiday at the brides home in the west
part of the city and tonight a grand wed
ding time will be had.
Miss Carrie Woo I who recently took
up her abode in this city, daughter of
Rev. J. M- Wood, is thus highly praised
by the home paper in Minnesota: ' Miss
Carrie Wood closed a very successful
term of school in district No. 41, last
Friday. Many of the patrons of the
school and all the members of the school
board were present at the closing exer
cises. Miss Wood, during her short stay
hero, won the respect of all who knew
her, and the pupils not ouly loved her
but ielolized her, and with tears in their
eyes stepped forwarel to biel her farewell.
She goes from here to Nebraska."
The boating Park at Wabash is be
coming a great resort and its reputation
extends out be'yonel Cass county. Last
Stturday a romhincd Sunelay school
picnic of Wabah, Elmwooel and Louis
ville elrew a large number of people to
tha park. This beautiful resort occupies
about forty acres af grass and timber
lan I lying on the border of Wabash ami
long the Lincoln branch of the M. P.
The lake is about a mile iu length and is
made up of spring water, ami although
it is artifical, being made in a part of the
old creek bed from which the water was
directed by building the road, there is no
danger of a Conemaugh valley flood, as
the outlet of the dam is saf.
THE BALL GAME.
Plattsmouth Do no Up on a Score of
O to 3
Yesterday afternoon wan quite hot but
the attendance at the hull park was not
equal to the merits of the game played.
The Norfolk boys were out on their mus
cle, and sized uo nrettv well for a ball
nine. The home team comparetl well
with the visitors and before the game
opened anil during the first four innings
there was considerable speculation as to
who was going to get there, while our
team was active, good natured and all
played in earnest. Norfolk took the bat
fust and went out without a tally.
Plattsmouth followed in their tracks and
four innings for each siele recorded only
an "0" to their credit. The visitors
scored the first tally in the fifth followed
by the home team with two one to two
in favor of Plattsmouth excited those
praising the home team and made them
jubilant for the game was proving close
and interesting. The sixth witnessed
three more forNorfolk and one for home
4 to :; in favor of the visitors. Innings
seven and e ight Norfolk was marked "0
but on the ninth they scoreel two more
tallies, while Plattsmouth was scooped,
leaving the score
1 2 .5 4 5 i 7 S !
Plattsmouth 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0
Norfolk 0 0 0 o 1 0 0 2'
Umnire -Harry Green, Morris O'Rourk
Frank McCoy, Scorer Chas. Sherman.
The game this afternoon was called at
3 o'clock, with a prospective larger at
tendance than yesterday, anel lots of
interest and expectations for the success
of our own team .
STATE BOARD OF TkADE.
All invalids not benefited by ju t sent
treatment, are in viteel to call at parlors
of the Ridelle House Fridays. Physicians
will be welcome. J 14 el fc w lm.
Ivoumys fresh every week at Warrick's.
Dr. Paracll, at the Kiddle House, 1 to
i. p. in. every Friday. J 14 d fc w lm
A fine line of Gents furnishing goods
ust leceived at Elson's the One Price
A Meeting of all such Oraaniza
tions Called at Omaha June 26
Kearnev Hub: The Omaha board of
trade has issued a call to the various lo
cal organizations of the same kind
throughout the state to send delegates to
a convention to be helel in Exchange
hall, in that city, June 2(5. Replies have
been received from over thirty organiza
tions favorable to the plan which origi
nateel w ith a suggestion of Dr. Marelen,
of Kearney. The Omaha board of trade
recognizee! the value of such a conven
tion and with commendable spirit took
holel f the matter iu earnest. While
Kearnev woulel have liked to have had
the convention here, it was recognized
that more good could be accomplished
by holeling the convention in the largest
city of the state. It is planned to select
a permanent central committee of nine,
with a prominent man for president
This committee will establish an office at
some central location, and receive re
ports from local boards, distribute ad
vertisincr and take other steps for the
benefit of the state a large. The plan
is similar to one aelopted by the Texas
state board. All counties containing no
regular boards of traele are entitled to
representatives chosen by the county ofli
ccrs. The call is signed by II. T. Clark,
C. O. Lobeck, G. W. Limiuger, Louis
Heimrod and W. N. Nason, the secretary
of the Omaha board, who is largely in
strumental iu bringing the matter for
warel so successfully.
Eight Mile Grove.
Corn looks well anel is growing very
The buttonhole bonciuet is the victim
of a great many comments.
Mr. Ross Morrow is over in Iowa at-
teaeling to a matter of business.
Mr. Steve Barker steps high and wears
a broad, fatherly smile its a girl.
Mr. Georsze Ruby brought cherries
iute town last week and delivered them
for ten cents a quart.
It is a very poor locality imlecd that
can't support oue gentleman. Wc have
a thoroughbreel, but his tongue is en
tirely to free.
A middle ageel man one day last week
while on his way to the southeastern
part of the state stopped at the store of
Walter Jenkins' and satisfied the crav
ings of the iuner man, anel then went hi3
I have from my earliest existence
among this people be-in laboriug under
the impression that we were an enter
prising community, full of enterprise and
vigor, and as a civilizeel people had
pride anel respect for those who have
gone on herore to tneir nappy resting
place, but when we glance at the ceme
tery as we pass by and see the disre
spectful scenery of shrubbey which has
been allowed to grow up anel hide from
yiew the graves where our friends lie in
silent rest, our once happy thoughts
seem to be lost. For respect's sake, if
nothing more, we should take action on
this matter and have our cemetery fixeel
T'wlioa 111 i-o 1 icl rrironl Vfjfctft liiirli tioolr ami filim-f ftlpPVPfl. rfMrillflX
A 1 . 0(1 mialitv. reduced to 50c. I
-. -j j
Ladies Jersey Uibbed Lisle Vests in lavendei and flesh colors, reduced
from $1.00 to 50c.
Ladies Jersey Ribbed Vests, at 25 cents each, well worth 35 cents.
Ladies Jersey liibbed Vests, at 15 cents each, well worth 25 cents.
2tEDTJ"CTIOXT IXT COHSET COVERS.
Ladies' High Neck Corset Covers, trimmed in embroidery with nar
row tucks down the front, reduced from 35c to 25c.
Ladies' High Neck Corset Covers, handsomely trimmed with em
broidery and narrow tucks, reduced from 50c to 40c.
Ladies' Corset Covers, V shaped, front and back richly trimmed with
embroidery, reduced from Goc to 50c.
Ladies' Low Neck Corset Covers, trimmed with embroidery and her
ring bone braid, very pretty, reduced from 75c to 00c.
Ladies' Square Neck Corset Covers, trimmed with embroidery, re
duced from 1.00 to S0e.
-A. DECIDED BAKCAI1T.
Our entire line of Ladies' Chemisetts Collars in plain and embroi
dered, reduced t 25c, wtrth as high as 1.00.
Black Spanish Guipure Flouncings, 40 inches wide, at $1.25 per yard.
Black Spanish Guipure Flouncings, 45 inches wide, at $1.75 per yard.
Black Chautilly Lace Flouncings, reduced from 3.50 to S2.50 a yard.
48-inch Black Drapery Nett at 1.05, worth fully 2.00 per yard.
Should not tail to look over our stock of Children' Muslin Underwear
and Dresses, which we are closing out at a less price than they
can be manufactured for.
j l -I Comprises our stock of Children's Muslin t , i
lJl 1 Underwear which sold as high as 5c a 1
at garment. These goods are made up of a q
. gooel quality muslin and trimmed with
20C eaCD, embroidery. 25C caC".
t a. n Comprises our stock of Cliildren's Muslin T nt 9
LOt underwear, which sold as high as 70
Qfc cents a garment These goods are ele- Q,t
Q gantly trimmed and made ui) of the best
ooc each, of muslin. 35c each,
Tn. q Comprises our stock of Children's Muslin t n
L0t Underwear, which sold as high as 1.00 a Cj01' 0
at garment. These goods are made up of jfj
n , , the very best of Muslin and handsomely
OUC liach, trimmed with embroidery. OUC Each
Wc are still showing a very complete line of Children's and
Misses "White Dresses, prices range from 50c to $3.00, which we guar
antee will be a less price than the material can be purchased for. Sien
from 1 to 12 years of age. These goods are made up in the Nain
sook and Swiss, and elegantly trimmed in embroidery.
A GenuineCrayoii Portrait given away. We will ive free to all persons buying goods lo the
amount of $25 or more, an order for one of our Genuine Portraits of yourself or any person you,
may choose. Sample of worli can be seen at our store- We have also made arrangements with
a large frame manu facturer to mount and frame these portraits for our patrons in the best slrle
ac oue-jourin me usuau cost oj suen frames, lou are not, however, obliged to purchase a frame
av ate, or uou can vurciase it at somp, nthp.r stn?'p. ltp.m.rii hp.r flin t, iinu. -nno,i ,,nh nu,T,.7, v ovr:
i . - -...wv- , ' i itv t kjv 11 1- k ti to ev rjj
wui'lil uj "uous av any oue Lime, uuv at atjerent tunes, aggregating tliat amount.
ne door lEast IFirst aiiotaal EBaiik.
"Wr. J. Laughlin, of Salt Creek, was in
Peter Gbuer of Union was a Sr.vit City
II. II. Russell, of Weeping Water was
in town today.
Mr. Mattas representcel Wabash in
W. II. Pool returned today from a
visit to AV abash.
Dr. Parsell, of Omaha, will visit Platts
mouth every Friday. Rooms at the Rid
dle Hotel, office hours from 4 p. m. to G
p. m. Chronic cases and diseases of
women a specialty. J14 d & w lm
Wall Paper at special prices for next
10 days at Will J. Warrick's. d 6t
Dr. Paisell, of Omaha, will visit Plaits
mouth every Friday. Rooms at the Rid-
Mrs. F. S. Granger, of Edgar, this i die hotel, office hours from 4 p. m. to 6
ltp. visited in the citv vesterdav. m a j:
state, visited in the city yesterday
Our school closed last Friday.
A. lawn social was neia at tne rest
dence of Rev. Dean Friday evening,
Mr. E. O'Brien has returned from
W. D. Hill returned from Kansas last
W. A. Fowler, late of this place, has
moyed with his family to Ashland, anel
will open a barber shop,
The Clark bridge will be crossable
again by tomorrow.
F. E White's elevator is
Patterson anel limblin are exercising
on Rosinne s fish bond.
Our overseer is getting the weeds
down in "illigant" shape.
We are having quite an exodns
three families yesterday and one tnday
is the list. The rest of us will have
more room to spread ourselves.
Lost. One silver open-faced watch
wuh stamp box attached, between depot
ami North Sth street. Finder please
leave with postmaster anel receive re
ward. d3t Mrs. J. L. Root.
In its treatment of rheumatism and. all
rheumatic troubles Hibbard's Rheumatic
Syrup stands first anel foremost above all
others. . Read their medical pamphlet,
ami learn of the great medicinal value
of the remedies which enter into its com
position Solel by F. G. Ericke & Oe.
Summer fliiers at fetlicrwood'ja.
Acute and chronic rheumatism can be
effectually and permanently cured by
the use of Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup
and Plaster. Sold by F. O. Fricke & Co
There will be a social at the M. E.
church Tuesday evening (June 18th) re
freshments, ice cream anil cake, aelmis
sion 10 cents every b dy invited.
Rheumatism is cured by Hibbarel's
Rheumatic Syrup striking at the seat of
the disease and restoring tbe kidneys and
liver to healthy action. If taken a suffi
cient time to thoroughly eradicate such
poison, it never fails. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
We arc making a big cut on albums
and books. We want to close out our
entire stock in the next sixty days.
d-5t Wilt, J. Wahhick.
Plugli Wigwams at Sherwood's
Tuesday evening the high school
lumni will meet at the office of Dr.
Cummins, Main street. All members are
reqnesteel to attend .
C. W. Holmes, Presieieut
C. S. Sherman, Secretary.
p. ni. Chronic cases
women a specialty,
and diseases of
J14 d & w lm
House and lot on Ritchie place for sale
on easy payments; enquire at Jonssox
Bros. Hardware store. tf
The best mixed paints in the market
also lead, oil, varmsk.es, etc., at War
rick's, d 6t
A Comfortable Home
is one where a man that is weary can rest
himself upon a neat sofa, it he is hungry
he can go to the cupboard or safe and
get somthiug to eat, if he is thirsty he
can draw a glass of cold water from the
refrigerator, if he has company he ctn
show them into a neatly furnished parlor
and give them an elegantly arrangeel
spare room, if the wife has sewing she
can rest comfortably in a low rocking
chair, in going out to call a fine dresser
is at hand to arrange the appearance be
fore and there is always a hat rack in the
hall to keep personal property on and a
jar to receive tne wet umbrella. Ue
comfortable and happy and furnish your
house from the Furniture Emporium of
Wlieteas, We are a free and enlighten
ed people, and in duty bound to take
the greatest care of the health of the
community in general and of ourselves
in particular. Therefore, be it.
Jiesolved, That in all cases where we
are afflicted with constipation, inactive
or diseased liyer, biliousness, derange
ment of the stomach, jaundice and
kidney troubles we will procure Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets and use the I
At Cos L
Only 60 Days More.
Time is flying and our goods are selling. Don't
wait until we are out to Pueblo for you will
never get such prices as ive are ojferiny.
iaaies lilove Web 2o cent Slipper, will sell for
" Kid Toe, 75 ct Slippers, will sell for
" Low Crescent, 1 25 Slipper, will sell for 1
" Oxford Tie, 1 75 Low Shoe, " " i
Glaze Dongola, flexible, 2 25 Shoes, will sell for 1
Fine Glazed Dongola, flexible, 3 00 Shoe, will sell for 2
" hand turned 3.00 Shoe, will sell for 2 40
" " " " 4 00 " " 3 00
French " " 4 50 " ct k
4 w f w
Glove Grain, S. S., 1 50 Shoe, will sell for (
We also have a great many bargains in Mens, Jiovs. Misses md
vyiiuurens, mat we nave not space to mention.
It Mill be to your interest to call and get prices before buying
W. A- BOEOK I
S3 IE ILn "SST .
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics given for Pain
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.
FlTZOKttALD'S Bi,JC& PLaTTUMOUTH. NEB
Grand Gifts Gftrea Away at
J. V. WECKBACH & SON'S
LIST OF THE PRIZES.
Every purchaser of One Dollar's Worth of Goods will receive a ticket, and
anj person presenting the number of tickets as below will receive the mft as set
opposite the number of tickets: .
8 Tickets gives you a silver plated Sugar Shell, worth. i an
10 Tickets gives you a But'er Knife, worth 1
12 Tickets gives you a new ttjle Lace pin, worth j 5(
25 Tickets gives you a set of Roger's Teaspoons, worth ' 3 00
50 Tickets gives you a et of Roger's Knives, worth T-
30 Tickets gives you a set of Roger's Forks, worth . . . . 37-,
50 Tickets giyes you a sot of Roger's Tablespoons, worth . . '. o"tt
100 Tickets gives you an elegant walnut 8-day clock, worth '.'.'.'.'..I'.'.'.'. 12 00
3Tirst-Claos Goods at Bottom Pricos.
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