The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, February 18, 1891, Image 1

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Sons of Veteran News
At the regular mei-ting of II. E. Pal
mer Camp No. 50, 8 of V's lust night.
A good Ii -y' fiuit lit i?l.7.' fur boys
from 9 to IS years old at JOE'S, tf
j Don't forget the entertainment at the
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John D. Kjhbin.s whs -h8 11 mm iU-l-tjtf ,
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to the encnmpnicnt to lit- ItcM ut (icin vii, j
Neb, in June 11. xt. Frank Johnson w The funeral of Mr.-.. Urwin took place
chosen as ulu-rnute. 1 1 in i xHCt l that j this murniii, tin- r. n.ain hvin bten
a Dumber of the boys from here will j;o j brought in on the Schuyler train.
For classwnre, ouet iiswarc and tlic
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asnjt will' be a fi.-ld encampment and
there is $300 in prizea for competitive
The Dirision Colonel Frnnk J Coates,
f Omaha, will be in the city icxr Thurs
day evening an( all Sons of Veterunsare
requested to mwt him at the train ut
7:45 and escort him to ball.
Now is your chance, and 6'ich a chance
you will have but once in a life time, to
buy Clothing. Furnishing Goods, lints.
etc., at slaughtering prices at JOES.
The entire stock must be sold ut a.s
quick as poMible. tf
At the Presbyterian Church,
Miss Day is a graceful and tetined fig
ure upon the stagey has a face of unaf
fected purity and afilirity of exprea-i n.
and a voice of great compass and flexi
bility, capable of expressing in its won
derful modulations the pathos of a child,
tbe trembling accentf of old age, or the
strong notes of a passionate entreaty or
co.nmand- The biilliant reputation
which she has gained in her brief ap
pearance before the public, was fullv
austained in this city. Blair It. publi
can. At the Prcsbytsriau charoh Thursday
evening, Veb. 19. Don t fail to hear
he Admission 25 cents.
JOE hTii not "bursted." Joe
i not hursteu." Joe ncvr
has failed, for he belk-ves there is n
honest living for everybody, but owing
to Dissolution of Partnership, Joe is com
pelled to close out hij v'n ; uu.l ci. .n
stock, regardless of cot-t. tf
Louisville After It,
State Journal.
So encouraging are the prospects in tbe
direction of establishing a reform school
for girls, that live towns have entered
the list to compete for the location
Geneva, Louisville, McCook, West Point
and Milford. Geneva and Louisville
have made the bet offers for the enter
prise, as yet. The former offers forty
acres of land suitable for a location and
to put in water pipe to connect with
city mains free. The flourishing town
of Louisville, Cass county, puts in an
offer of 200 acres of valuable land, a
large stone building 80x80 feet in dimen
sions and four stories high, with an ad-
- r-dition 30x50 and a stone ice house 80x50,
with three cooling rooms for meats and
vegetables beneath it. It throws in a
baker's oven complete and capable of
applying the needs of such an institu
tion, and soft water spring with a ca
pacity of 300,000 gallons per day. For
all of this, said to be worth at least
9)0,000, it asks $10,000 from tbe state,
the people of Louisville paying the re
aaaiader. This appears to be by far th.
beat offer up to date but it remains to
bo seen what other towns may do.
ecn mane by the railroad managers, for j 0
hose who wish to attend the funeral! ,U,,1an Soveraor
, . , , , i fc-iould be well trenr
,'i yites o; .t:iiT'i! oi;:i u:::i: t j.klj. j
It ia only with regret JOE hat to sell
at his entire stock, for he has done a
very satisfactory and successful business,
but dissolution between JOE and his
partner, Mr William Fishsr compels him
. to close out. tf
There are a great many garments, in -eluding
v?&'r ' trousers of extraordi
nary length and a number of very pretty
feminine confections in "Pat's New
Wardrobe," which was produced last
evening at Niblo's by Mr. Pat liooney
and his company. Pat's brogue is as
broad and a3 rich as ever, and the play
in many ways an amusing one, and tbe
company that supports Air. Rooney is a
capable one. There are funny situations,
soma clever dialogue, and a number of
catchy and tunetulairs in "Pat's New
Wardrobe." It was witnessed by a good
sized audience, and everybody bad a
good share of applause. New York
Press. This unexcelled comedian will
appear with his company at Waterman's
opera house Monday evening, Feb. 23.
No old chestnuts or rubbish at JOE'S.
Everything of the latest style and at be
low cost. tf
Go to JOE and lay in jour supply for
next year. It will pay you good inter
est at tbe prices he is closing out his
stock. m
bi'st and freehest g.orerh-s go to Phillip
Ivraus. where you will find every tiling
you want for your table. tf.
John Mumm has added a lunch coun
ter to his saloon, and the way Ed Th; -kel.-l's
soup vanishes for an he ur in the
forenoon when it is served asafreeluoch
is a cautiwn.
Wc are glad to note the fact that Mrs.
Geo. Dovey is better today; that Dr.
Schildknecht is able to be up rbout the
hou-e and that L. G. Larson will be out
from his siege of sickce&9 in a few days.
Ai 1 o'clock, on the 2Glh ot February,
three miles south ot Pla't3aiout!i. Mr.
Fred Wehrbein, administrator of the cs
tate of Wm. Wehrbein. deceased, will
offer for sale a large lot of stock, farming
implements and other personal property.
W. D. Jones is the auctioneer.
Charley Campbell, the former B. Sc. M.
engineer, is living with his wife in Og
den, Utah. He is occupying his time as
conductor on a street car. Mr. Camp
bell's friends in this city will be sorry to
learn that they lost both of their beauti
ful children l.:st week with Bcarltt fever
A rate of one faro for the round trip
from all points within C50 miles lias
Plattsmouth people would have to pay
full fare to St. Joe and bu,y a ticket from
that point in order to take advantage of
the low rates.
Several of our bufineps houses are
beautifully decorated in honor ot our
guests, while many only showed a few
flags. Among the best decorated estab
lishments w e noticed the Hotel. Riley,
Wm. Webber's, S. & C. Mayer's. C. E.
"Wescutt's, Phil Young's, Wm. Herold's,
Gering & Co.'s and She Perkins House.
Ths crowd being so much larger than
was expected, many more will doubtless
put up suitable decorations today.
Col. Thresher, the globe trotter, arrived
home from Ogden a few days ago and
reports the wild and wooley west as very
tame compared with the activity which
he sees on every hand in this city. The
colonel says he met our sewer contractor,
Mr. Shelton, in his real estate office in
Ogden. The colonel also remarked that
to bis great delight he met with a copy
cf tbe Plattsmouth Heksxd at Pocatelo
Idaho, which he read with evident
relish, realizing more than ever that the
Hsbald was a great newspaper.
F. 3. White and wife are in Omaha to-
Mrs. F. H. Steimker, and daughter are
visiting in Omaha.
Hub Alden of Greenwood is In tbe city
on business today
Mrs. Alts Bowen came in to visit
friends last evening from Alliance.
- Mrs. Thresher and children spent Sun
day with her brother at Hillsdale, Iowa.
Mr. Thomas Wiles,has gone to Cotner
University to visit tbe young folks a few
CoL D. S. Draper, and Col. P. E.
Raffner, were passengers for Lincoln,
this morning.
A D. Despain, started this morning
for North Platte to visit his sister, and
family for a few days. The report that
he is to be married soon ia not verified.
C. L. Graves, the advance agent for
Pat Rooney, was in the city last night
arranging for the appearance of the great
comedian Monday evening.
Messrs Will and John Moore, quite
well known in musical circles, left last
evening for Pullman 111, where they ex
pect to get employment and permanently
The Encampment.
Over three hluiilri il Ciand Armv posts
are represented here today. Lurge dele
gations from all over thest itc arrivid
1 i.-.t 1 1 i followed bv additional turns
! this morning. This is the annual liusl
nes-i meeting of that grand lodge of pat-
lintd whose members must Irtve been
Union soldiers lui inir I lie rebellion la-
foie they can become ni-mbers of tin
order. We can. a'te meeting most of
th'; gentleiiii 11 pnsent, truthfully nmaik
that a be'ter looking and abler repre
sentative body of men woulel be elillirult
to find in one organ' ttiou anywhere
than we have with us today.
Besides the G. A. J.i. encampment w e
have with us the annual convention of
thfit excellent ord.r, tho Women's Relief
Corps, composed of delegates from all
their iiosts in the s-tate. toither with
many dignitaries tiom abroad.
rf'li&i Ioi.'iiiiilu mm. 1 1 r gwa of fltA fi A 1'
are being held in the opera House, while
the one hundred ladv delegates of the
W. 11. C. hold forth at Rockwood Hall
For the enteit'iinnient at the Presby
terian church, given by Miss M.Ella Day
and assistants. Thursday, Feb. 1!), 1S!1:
1. "Hive Mr My Mwii Na ive Isle "
jVale ;iartt'lle
2. lt'.eit;.;i n I he I nst Wide". .Nora Perry
.Miss .M i:il;i I ;iy.
3. Violin Sol 'Air Varie" C (le lllot
U alleinr Meek.
4. Katriiia'- Vii? f t v Y ..German Dialect
Ji.-.- M Hla Day.
fl. Duet!-' Hci- 1 Ik P;.e Mimii." (.';nn; ana
Wis e Koitli I'aMeiN n ail ! I.uev iii:on.
C. lfeeiti.tiou Ciee.t filn; i:clts". . I5u ay
Mi-s liiy.
7. Orjjau f'o'o
Miss Cr.ilit.
5. "fclster an'l" Dr .inatic and l'athelic
Miss Dav.
9. Sdlo Selected
hrot. l uicliaid.
10. "Columbia An " Eugtn'eJ. Hall
Miss Day.
11. Violin Sol--Vai.'a l.tina" .Bellini
V alJeinar li'eck.
12. "A Itace Against 'lime" Tomgce
. lss Jiy.
13 "KiiiKOut Sr er !11" Heath
J. adits' iu;iitene.
14. Kotituchv V hilnsmiliv.. ..
Iis M. K la'D iy.
our, AjTjTuiu
Wedding Anniversary.
On Saturday, the 14th of February.
Mr. and Mrs. F. AI. Young jr. celebrated
The different committee meetings nre the twentieth anniversary of their wed-
held at the Hotel Riley. The election of ding day, at their home six miles s quill
officers will probably not occur until to- wt st of Plattsmouth. It was also the
morrow cvtuing. The chief interest is fiftieth birthday of Mr. Young, he having
ceutered in the election of department been married tlK'dny he wus thirty vears
commander, though from appearances I of age to Miss Elizi Liw.
Captain Teeter, of Lincoln, will be unan J About seventy persons old and young
imously chosen. gathered at their home to celebrate the
notes. I event, to renew old friendships and to
Seth P. Mobley, of the Grand Island make glad the hearts of these; whose an-
Tndenenlent Mr. Whitrnmh nf fh I niversnrv tliv uvr,- fplihrntinrr
rnena leiegrapn, Aiajorivteutscu, 01 the lue aay wns spent in s ciai visits of T71 R A VC u
Fr Presse, Captain Mnrdock, of the old acquaintances, and in musical enter- V V uicuutCS aeep, ana par- g
Wymorc Reporter and a host, of other tainments, by Mrs. Frank Root and Miss lies in YlGeCl Of flnvfhinrr in fVi -."U,, i
save money by calling.
Our new line of embroideries, the handsom-
first class newspaper men are iu atten- Luella Young, as org:ini6ts, and Miss
dance today. I Lillie Kauble assisting with her violin
During the afternoon seventy-two per
The genial presence of ex-Governor sons partook of a bountiful dinner pre-
Thayer was noted in the midst of the pared by the hostess and her lady friends
crowd at the Riley this morning. I Sir. and Mrs. Young received as a pres
ent a full set of stone china dishes, of
Captain Thelps Paine is the same rest- I beautiful pattern. They also received
less rustler that he used to be when he the following presents from individuals:
he:d down the job of city clerk in this A wine set, a cake btand and a box of GSt and largest line ever shown by US
municipality several years ago. cigars from Miss Tuliu Bauer, of Louis
ville; a lady's and gentleman's china
Governor Pearman accompanied by cup and sauer from Mr. and Mrs. Lea-
his wife, came up Jroiu Nebraska Cicy J vitt, of Lincoln; a china mug and three
this morning. Peurman is now the only china flower vases from Mr. and Mrs
we have got and Kirkpatiick, of Nehawka; and a china
and Mrs. J. W
fruit dish from Mr.
Conn, ot Nehuwka.
luere were present at t!ie anniversarv
Mr. and Mrs. I. S, White, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Conn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sans,
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Latta, Mr. and Mrs
Anderson Root, Mr. and M's. A. M
Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Young auel
daughter Luella. Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McDonald,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Faught, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Root, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morrow,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dean and daughter
Grace, Mr. and MrsfF. M. Y ouDg sr. and
daughters Anna and Kate, Mr. and Mrs.
Chaplain Diffenbacherand wife are in Joshua Gapin and daughter Anna, Mr.
attendance at the encampment and are and Mrs. S L. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. D.
the guesta ot their old friend Jude A. Young, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Royal,
Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bceck, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Moors. Mr. and Mrs. . A. Kirk-
Judge Applegate, of Tecumseb, is patrick, Lee Kirk patrick and sister Kate.
among the old veterans today. Mrs. Wm. Holmes, Mrs, Wm.
Taylor, Mrs. . Austin Johnson,
Dr. J. M. Waterman of Hay Springs, Mrs, Lizzie Cochran, Mrs. Wm. Ellington.
coroner of Sheridan county, ia attending I Mies Lillie Kauble, Miss fennie Young,
the grand encampment and is the guest I Miss Tillie Bauer, Miss Satchell, Wm.
ies will
The Bohemian band, in charge of com
mitteeman Weiduiau, discourses music
for the old veterans in proper form.
At the close of business Jenuary 15, 1891.
Our Henry Mc and Mrs. Mcflenry are
both thoroughly interested in the work
of the G. A. R. and W. R. C.
The Plattsmouth IaJies of the Relief
Corps furnished a royal dinner for the
lady delegates in attendance at the con
vention today.
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of Mr. and Mrs B. 8. Ramsey.
A good, pair of shoes at $1.00
JOE'S. tf
A Hearty Welcome.
Plattsmouth heartily welcomes tbe old
Boldiera within her borders today. Our
fair city by the Platte is proud of her
guests and we hops nothing will be left
undone by our people to make the herees
of 61- 64 remember their stay amang us
as a visit of anslloyed pleasure.
Youog, Wm. Gilmore, Byron Young,
Sam Gapen, Lloyd Gapen. George Ray,
J. n. Holmes. '
The fallowing persons attended the
anniversary who were at the weddiag
twenty years ago: . A. Kirkpatiick,
who acted as groomsman, D. A. Young,
Wm. Young, Miss Jennie Young, Mis.
Lizzie Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Boeck, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Young, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Ltta, Mr. nd Mrs. S. L. Furlong.
In the evening over seventy young
8erie. Ifo, Age. Value of Share.
No. I 391 24 TOO. 28.18
No. 7 34 lSmoi 20 35
Ao. 3 88 12 MO(. 13.SI
No. 4 7 S mot. 6.26
D. B. SMITH, Prtt.
17 per eent iff r.n am.f inr
11 vct ccm tin. n am t tt,
17 per cent int. on am't i
1 4 per eeru in ton am' ii.
A genuine Stetson $4.00 Hat at $2 75
at JOE'a .
Miss Mcllie Tucker. Dressmaking and
millinery a specialty. Rooms over Her I people gathered at the home of Mr, and
old's store. tf Uh You oh and enjoyed themselves at
Married. I Tarion amusemenla until twelve o'clock.
Oaborn-Gattons. at the residence of and then dicpersd for thier several
Judge Ramsey, by that official on Feb-1 homes.
urary 18 ion, at 2 p. m. Mr. ueorge WneB yoa are in Lincoln, call on W,
Osborn. and Miss Charlotte Oatton were c. Austin & Cx, in McBride block, cor.
united in the holy bonds of wedlock. 1 ner cf Twelvth and P striets, for Have
: .. 1 .... I lorlr and UniverBitv Droperty. tf
The regular meeting ot me iaaiea Aia 1
Society of the ftL iu. cnurcn will De new Jear ago chamberlain A Co., of
tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, at 2 j Moines, Iowa, commenced the man
o'clock at the home of Mrs. 8. A. Davis ufacture of a coagh syrup, believing itto
oa Pearl street be the most prompt and reliable prepara-
1 tion vet produced ior cougns, cuius nu
K.ofP. cronn: that the public sppreciate true
Regular meeting ot uauntiet ijoage merit, and in time it was certain to ie
tonurht. Visitors are pladlv welcomed, come noDUlar. lheir mest sanguine
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o I bones Dave ueen more vnao reniiu.
Mrs. Phil Younc lost her pocketbook Over three hundred thousand bottles of
Chamberlain's Congh Remedy are now
" r? I 1 1 I I S- I a W AC
. 1 1. -a I Sola Caen year, auu in.uuisu
set up" in the paper when she found it. f ' - whereTPr knovn. It
vvno says it aon t pay to aavcrxisei will cure a severe cold in less time than
n nfkw bwitmcit. For Bale bv r. G.
t 111 Xi'u auxzer wau uveptrpaia uiu i n.:... . r'n
liver complaint! Shilob's vitalizer is I
guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F
G Fricke and O. H. Snyder.
A nice Child's Suit at $1.00 at JOE'S, tf
We the undersigned members of the auditing cf Y
adjourned annvalmeeting FebAth 1891, do herebvf "
the books of the Livingston Loan & building r
report correct. f
. h'fnj
BSC RIDE 9 and rworn to before me
this nth day of February 1891
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Taken Up
The undesigned has taken up a
pig which can be obtinedby t)
by proving property and paying 1
notice. 8. F. Osbor;
Cor. Eighth and Locust
Look Here!
The One Price Clothier, must set'
tie within thirty days or the if
counts will be placed in the haiV
of a Justice lor collection. tP-
Joe Klein. Um. ishb.
The fiuest of Furnishing Goods at
slaughtering prices at JOE'S. tf
Dr. Marshall. DENTIST,
Will be in his office on and after
March 14 h.
You can not form an idea what it is to
sell Clothing, etc., at and below cost un
til you look through JOE'S stock, tf
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