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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1891)
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UIMl LIVINGSTON & CUMMINS
Physic ens end Surgeons
Ofle So. 612. Main Ht.
ieild-ic TVtplmne !r. I.lvloictoo. 49.
He.id.-uc Trl j.li.ne Dr. Cununiim. 36.
IVIL EX'ilNKKK an. I SUKVKYOU
E. E. HILTON.
JtaUmatcs ami i v f all wrlc furnished and
Ollico in Martin IMock.
lLATT8MOUTH - NkBKABKA
j&m C. MAYES,
- .- . -AND-
orders leu wun vouniy vyic. n
aeceive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
- . . . ... r . f1nV Hal 1 1
Wm. L. BROWN,
renonal attention to all business entrusted
Titles examined. Abstracts oonipiled, Incar
aeewrltten. real estate sold.
nttrrf '"" making Farm lxans tbaa
ANY OT1IEK AGENCY
A- N. SULLIVAN.
AUaraey at-Law. Will kits prompt attention
ati Dusineas enirupiea i uw. u.
i block. East aide, rjatumoum.neo.
JTXKXBY A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAVIE3.
. B. -WINDHAM. JOHN A. DA VI EH.
Notary Public Notary Facile
Otace orer Bank of Caas Coaaty.
soatb .... Nebrasba
Dcatt of Caso County
Cor Main and Fifth street.
fasd up capital fsofooo
1IM HO DOS
0, H. rarnele
J. M. Patterson
C SC i'itUerson,
fl. n. Partnele, J. M. Patterson, Fred Gorder.
A, B. Smith, K. B. Windham. B. S.Kamsey and
A QENESAL ANK1NC BUSINESS
T a AIM o A Til;
Aooouats solicited. Interest allowed on time
aepoaiu and prompt attrntionglven to all bus
laesa entrusted to its care.
PLATTSMOCTU - NEBRASKA
Cajltal Uck paid la IV)
Authorized Capital, SIOOfOOO.
ITUANK OAKttOTH. JOS. A. CONNOK.
W. H. CUSHINO. Cashier.
Frank Carruth J. A. Connor. F. K. Gnthmanc
J. W. Johnson. Henry Baeck. John O'Keeie
W. D. Mrrriam. Wm. Wetencamp. W.
TBAKSAGW GENERAL BAUIING BDSiNES
sues cejtlflcates of deposits bearing Interest
Buys aud sells exchange, county and
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
raid up capital ?"n oco.oo
OHers the verv leit facilities for the prorop"
transaction of Ultimate
t?io-k.ionrW, g'M. Rovernment and local se
cui.li.c l":i.-ht mM. DeiUs iftvivtd
sr.d n:-r'st nll-w'l on the certificates
Drafts amwn. av:iilaMe in any part of the
fiT.itfil St.ttes ard all tl-.e prii.cipal towns cf
OOJ-lCriOXS MADK A.VD PKOMMLV KEM1T
TK!. Highest m.T.rt;r price n-iid for County War
rants. State ana County bonds.
John Fitzgerald I). Hawkiwortb
8aui Waut'li. K. E. White
Jeorgo E. Dovey
John Fit7?ars!d. t. Warsn.
217, 219, 221 aad 223 Main St.,
9lattsmouthy - Nebraska.
E. M. B0NS. Proprietor,
The Perkina has hem Aort3rhlj
renoTatetl from top to bottom and It
now one of the beet hotels in the state
Boarder will be taken bj th veek at
$1.50 and np.
GOOD BAR C0H1TECTED
MrlVia'n l.al Ath-tlc for th PalalftM
x;ri.rliiattr r-th la taiacltj. Office Uoekwood
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Ignorance or Vlllanv.
Now Pollard. Todd & Co. know as well as the
Hkbald editor kuuw that the bonds were
voted not to build a court bouse at Piatt
in mtli. but at the county seat, and in- money
a Ising from their sale can be used for this pur
pose at Ixiuisville as well as at FlatUmouth,
it Louisville teeures the requisite number ef
Tote, and the people will see that she does.
Weeping Water Republican.
The printed proposition upon which
the bonds were roted, (and we believe it
was printed in the Weeping Water Re
publican) together with the commission
ers' record, say explicitly "to build a
court bouse at Plattsmouth." It is per
fectly clear that the bonds would be in
validated if the money were used any
where else. We are astonished at the
above statement of Mr. Keithley. We
supposed the matter was so thoroughly
understood that bo man of intelligence
would gainsay or deny it. If you care
to have the respect of your readers you
will investigate, this matter, Mr. Keith-
ley, and publish a correction in your
next issue To deceive the people
through ignorance is not excusable and
to do it knowingly is criminal.
G. W. Walker has patented one of the
neatest i nd best portable bath tubs in
the market. An examination of the tub
would convince any one that it would
be a great seller. Mr. Cushing and Joe
Bush have become interested with Mr.
Walker in the manufacture of the new
bath tub, and are making some very
nice ones at Joe Bush's plumbing shop
in the Union block. The tub is of usual
ize, sets on castors, and has a double
bottom with a small gasoline tank and
two burners so arranged that the water
can be heated very quickly and at nomi
nal expense, and yet the bottom of the
tub never gets hot. For summer time
when people do not want a fire in the
rsnge, or for those who can not afford a
range and boiler attachment, it is a great
convenience. It brings the luxury of a
bath down to where anybody can afford
the most complete and convenient ar
rangements. Singer Sewing machine company have
established a branch office in. Henry
Bocck's furniture store where all kind of
machines will be repaired.
R. O. Atuerton,
dlw Local Agent.
Save money and get the best selection
nnd cheapest wall paper at Gering & Co.
An Awful Accdident,
s George Moore living down near
I lock iiluffs and a young Mr. Haoden
were sawing wood with a circular saw
operated by horse power, the frame
holding the saw suddenly broke, and
this broke the rapidity revolving saw
which went flying through the air. A
piece ot it struck Mr. iloore on the neck
cutting a deep gush he was alsa cut on
the cheek to the bone, aud cut deeply in
the breast his condition is critical h.tv
ing lost a great deal of blood. Mr.
Uoden ws cut to the bone on the leg
a long cut re tching down into the knee,
it wil. be a surprise if the limb is sayed.
Dr. Siirgins is in attendance and every
thing that can be done for the comfort
ofth-men, which skill can suggest will
Of all kinds to order. Flair chains',
pins, linga. crapes, etc., a specialty.
Orders left at Dove-,8 store or Mesdames
Wise & Root, will be promptly attended
to, or postal card to
Mhp. A. Knee,
Charley Grimes is eonfintd to the bouse
today with neuralgia.
Jobn Tighe is attending the funeral of
Jame Murphy south of Louisville
Mrs. Grace JobnsoD, sister of Ned Ba
ker we believe, got notice yesterday that
she was on the pension rolls for $3 per
month. She will live like a princess
fram now on.
A case was filed in the district court
today wherein Jobn M. Carter asks judg
ment against the Weeping Water Bank
for the trifling sum of $13,011.32. J. II.
Haldeman appears far plaintiff.
Plattsmouth Sports. .
Colon -l I' I'T di nml. Ilorntio ' Na
varro Dov-y ar- uld Frtt; and when
Ih s doughty cob'nM i:ippi l the sportive
II ratio v.i-h Hie rein ik tlmt lie cou'd
" !own. biu, "'titer-: ui'S a match on, with
out further ado. The two atliletts re
p iire.1, with the Ilk-RAM mun as a referee,
together with a i w hjs'ander, to the
btck pure of a bu-iui-i?s room on Main
. tn et.
Tiie combatants after strippia z to the
waist, (hy removing their coa ) awaited
the signal from the n feree, .nil w h n
'twas nivui they rush'-d together with a
shot-k that shook the fr nt windows; r
was a "catch hs catch can" match nnd
D.ivey teemed at liis' lo Imve got tin
In st gi ip on his wirey iiiitagonibt us he
threw him about, only to find the Jour
nal man on his ftit; finally, as the con
test became, mor curing, Dovey with a
supi cine effort that would have done
c-edit to Sullivan (net John L.)
threw Pet' rson i-quart-ly on bis back.
Time, 13 minutes and 4 seconds.
Afcr fsponging off and fanning ihe
two Athenians, they squared themselves
for the second round, which was largely
a repetition of the first, resulting in
Colonel Peterson going to grass in bad
condition. Petereon is a stayer, and
when the muscles on his arm swelled up
as large as a stove pipe, his backers
wanted to bet on him, but there were no
takers. Dovey was trained down to
about 120 pounds, and showed scientific
skill in every movement.
Another Fabrication Nailed.
As a clincher Harry Race prints a lot
of affidavits fromGreenwood this w-fk,
which he thinks settles the whole busi
ness. J. V. Carnes swears be signed the
petition but did not sign remonstrance;
that is the wsy he was counted by the
commissioners, so there is no kick there.
Ira Lee also makes affidavit; be just got
ut of jail here Thursday, and wan not
counted because he had signed the peti
tion twice in his awn hand writing.
J. P. Burk swears be did not sign the
remonstrance, but by comparing the sig
natures of James P. Burk on the remon
strance with the one he swore to on the
assessment rolls a year ago we find it is
identical and leaves no doubt of his
signing the remonstrance. A. J. Abbott
wears be did not sign the remonstrance,
but the same test applied in his case
shows beyond any possible question that
he did sign the remonstrance. The other
two affidavits are from irresponsible par
ties and have no weight whatever. Mr.
Race s statement about the petition, we
are assured by the county clerk, is un
true; that the facts are, while parties
asked to remave the petition, he, Critch
field, would not allow it, and at no time
was the petition out of his sight or that
of his deputy.
Asa romancer our Weeping Water
brother is all right, but when it comes
to talking about law and lawful proced.
ings he is lost. Please correct your mis
statements of Feb'y 26th and print noth
idg but the trpth.
Mrs Judge Brusie Injured.
The awful wreck of the Pan Handle
train north of Richmond, lnd , which
was mentioned in yesterday's Herald,
carried down Mrs. Judge Brusie, a young
lady that had been the guest hereof her
aunt, Mrs. C. . Wcscott, for scroti time.
We mentioned the fact of her going to
Cincinnati a few days ago, Mr. Wescott
accompanying her as far as Chicago,
When the ill fated train went down the
steep embankment. "Mrs. Bruisie" says
the Chicago Inter Ocean, "was caught ia
tli2 wreckage and her breast crushed."
She was reported fatally injured. But a
telegram from Mr. Wescott, who imme
diately went to her bedside, says she will
get well and that she will be taken to
Chicago Sunday. The husband is com
ing from the Pacific coast as fast as he
can, having reached Ogden today. The
many ladies who met Mrs. B. while on
her visit here will bo glad to learn that
she is not ir-jured as bad us at first re
P. E. O.
The P. E. O. Society will meet with
Miss D:ra Hcrold Saturday nfternoon at
Fineisnioney the: go to Gering '&
Co s to buy wall paper. eod wtf
Those Coal Chutes.
EJitor Graves, of Union, was in town Mon
day, and the Republican is glad to chronicle
the f. ict thai, the coal chutes at this place are
in tact after hid departure Weeping Water
The committee here is arranging to
send our Col. Shermcn after those coal
chutes and M. P. water tank, and we
haye every assurance that heT get 'em.
Coal chutes are not needed at a side
track. A live junction point like Union
is where they are needed.
Wildman & Fuller earry the largest
and finest assortment of wall paper in
Cass county. tf
There will be a meeting in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall tonight in reference to the
missionary conference to be held at
Weeping Water, March 5th to 8th.
The maximum rate bill having passed
the house, it will come up in the senate
as a special order for Tuesday next at 2
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Etc.
MUST BE CLOSED OUT
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
No Humbug, No Closing
UDon't miss this great opportunity, yon will
never be able to buy cheaper in your life.
(Call and see what J IE will do
Mens suits, former price, $4
former price 10.00 now 7"00
former price 22.00 now 14.00
The best $1.0 overalls at COc, Shirts Socks
Underwear, etc., at astonishing slaughtering prices
It will pay you. to come a hundred miles and bor
row the mosiey to lay in your supply. It will
pay you big interest.
We Have tie Largest Stock in ihe County;
CDpera Blouse Corner
ON ACCOUNT OF
- Out Sale, No Advertising Scheme, But Closing
Out to Quit Business.
50 now $3.50
III! W II V
for you. '
Mens Hats former price 1 00 now 50c
" ' former price 1 50 now 1 00
' 9 former price 2 50 now 1 50
' ' former price 3 00 now 2 00
' ' former price 4 00 now2 75
O ercoate for men, youths and boys at be
and boys suits at your own prices.
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