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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSSDAY, MAY 21, 1891
A cream of tartar baking powder.
-Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latest U. S. Government Food Re
port. Dr. A. StlUbury has the nclaHite rlfcht to qmi
Dr. Stela ia' i.twal Anaxitbetic Tor the !'inlM
KitraetUaof Twth lu tbUrltr. Office Uiwkwood
W Anted An active, relioble man Kalary $7(
to $H0 monthly, witli increase, to repreeen!
tn hie own Hectiou a responsible New Y'k
House. JfefereneeH. mamjkacti'KEK, iflek
Box 155, New York.
CASS LODGE. No. 1-US.I.O. O. F. meets ev
ery Tuefday night at their hall in Fitzgerald
Mock. All Oiiu Fellow are cordially invited
to attend wheu visiting in Cie city.
T. K. Williams, N. G.
J. V, Bkiduk, Sec.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS. Gauntlet Uidg
no. 47. Meet every Wednesday evening
at their hU in Weckbach block. All victims
knights are conlia'.ly invited to atteud, C. A.
Marshall. C. C ; Frank Dixon. K. K. S.
YOUNG MEN'S CHKISTION -SOCIATION
Waterman block. Main Street. Koonis
pen from 8 -.30 a m to 8 -.30 p m; For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday alteruoon at 4
O A D
McConnlhie Poet. No. 45. meets every Satur
day evening at 7 :30. in thetr hall. Kockwood
Block. All visituit; comrades are invited to
uieet with ub .
G. F. Niles, Post Adj.
F. A. Bates. Poft Com.
' CARRY A FULL LINE OF
4ILLENERT AND fRENCH FLOWERS.
MISS KATE HEMPLE TRIMMER
We also have a dress making department. Sat
Shekwood Stoke. Plattsmouth
-QAWSON & PEARCE
Carry Full Line of
FINE MILLENERY AND CHIL
ALSO FKESH CUT FLOWKKS
KOOM 2. B UT BLOCS. PLMTS1UTB
TEVV HARDWARE STORE
S. E. HALL &. SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardwar on hand
and ill mpply contractor ou most far
orable ter:i s
: TIUNT ROOFING :
and all kinds of tin work promptly
.done. Order -mi the cuuu;ry Solicited
616 IVasl St. PL.ATTSM.JUni. NEB. .
J)RVIOLA M. FRENCH
Physician & Surgeon
Office with Dr. Ehipmsn
10 : 00 to 12 : W) a. m. 3 : 00 to 5 : 00 p. m.
9 :o to U : 00 a, n. 2 ; CO to 4 : no p. m.
Telephone No 12. Ft a rrsaiocTH N kb
RS. ROSE CAPLE.
FISK PASTEL AM1 fKAYJS PORTRAITS.
Thorough instructions in Pastel. Crayon anrt
Free hand drawing.
DTLPAINTi:;0S SKETCHES rf.CU
U ' WZTUEE
Landocapes. Fruit and Flowers.
No. 811, Elm st. Flattsmouth, Neb.
IVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR -
- EE. HILTON.
Bstlmates and plans of ail work furnished and
- Offic-j in Martin Block.
-fr0RNEY A LAW.
. .V- WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
BL B. WINDHAM. I"HN A. DAVIE3
Notary Publie Notary Public
Office over Bank of Cas County.
Plattsmoutb - - - Nebrasha
A. N. SULUVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will give prompt attention
- to all buiorw entrusted to hi. onice lo
UnloB block, Eaat Side. Platumouth. Neb.
John Sliafer returned to Omaha
again this morning.
Fred Gorder made a business
trip to-day to Omaha and Council
Win. Budig and son departed
this morning for a brief visit at
Mr. A.J. Foregraves and wife of
Perry, la., are visiting his sister,
Mrs. Win. Turner and family.
John Cummins and D. S. Draper
were called by business of import
ance to visit the metropolis to-day.
Capt. Palmer, T. L. Murphy and
S. J I. Alwood made their usual trip
to Omaha this morning on the early
What Watson Thinks.
Hon. J.C. Watson of Nebraska city
was in the city yesterday, and while
talking with a Dee reporter, he said:
"There seems to be a desire
among a good many republicans
to have the state convention
held early. In all probability
the central committee will be
called together soon to se
lect the time and place for the con
vention. The principal fight will
be upon the election of a judge for
the supreme court. I have heard that
the Independents will probably
bring out ex-Judge Kecce, ex-Attorney
General Leese or Judge Morris
"In case Judge Cobb does not
decide to become a candidate it
would seem that the selection ought
to be made from the First congres
sional district. I have heard the
the names of Judge Pound, Judge
Chapman and Judge Davidson men
tioned as timber.
' I think we will win. Look at the
bitter ami terribly mixed up fight
we had last fall when it looked like
the ground had slid out from under
us, yet we elected every otlicer but
the governor. If the convention
simply selects a good man I think
there will ue no aimcuity in
electiner the republican candiate.
There is no reason why we should
not elect our man.
"I know that some well known
lawve.-a hold that a cfubernatorial
election nhould be held this fall.
but I do not construe the consti
tution that way. There is no author
itvfor such an election, as I read the
law. It might be a good thing for
some of the anxious candidates who
are already coming to the front for
the race a vear from next tail.
William J. Gilmore's magnificent
new spectacle, "The Twelve Temp
tations." which was greatly admired
wherever seen last season to be pre
sented at the Waterman on Thurs
day night May 28 but in a manner
that will show it to be entirely new
in every respect. The present sea
son is to be devoted to the -'Second
Kdition" of this gorgeous spectacle,
which means that an entirely new
scenery has been specially pre
pared, a number of trick scenes in
vented,with newly imported spe
cialties; also premiers and the
largest corps of dancers ever seen
in one organization. The piece will
also have the advantage ot a care
fully selected dramatic company
also, the best oanioniimic artists
that can be secured. Mr. Gilmore
who is very nroirressive. has spared
neither pam lior expense in this
season's production, which will be
notable for no less than a dozen of
novelties. The costumes have all
been designed by Silver & Maxwell
and in money value represent
small lorune, while the scenery is
said to exceed in richness that
which was shown last season, which
is saying a great deal. Sixty-seven
people form the numerical strength
of the company, which uses for its
transportation a special train of
three sixty-feet cars. The sale of
seats will open next Monday morn
ingat J. I'. Young's; $1.00 admission
io cents gallery ,0 cents children 35
The Ladies society of the Chris
tain church will meet to-morrow
afternoon with Mrs. Sol. Osborn at
the corner of 8th and Locusts street
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's
Catarrh Krniedv. 1'rice ;iO cents
Nasal injector free. For sale yy F
G. Frick and O. 11. Snyder. 2
News was received here to-day
that Kobcrt McDonald of Pacific
Junction, well known by some of
our people here, died in Denver on
Saturday la.-t of consumption.
Krv. Chas. Dremickcxhnd Kev. A
Van derLippe, D. D.. German Prt
byterian ministers of Dubuque, la.,
were in the city yesterday tin
guests of Kev. Witie. They left tlii
morning to attend a German Pres
bvterian ministers' convention at
The Kden M usees, the Omaha ball
team, did not leave a very good re
putation behind them this morn
ing. They left a livery bill only
partly paid and beat the Perkins
House bar out of cigars and other
luxuries as coolly as though it was
their custom to do business that
way. The home club paid their
lejiit'm ate expenses or that too would
have been sneaked out of.
AND THEY STILL WIN.
Yesterdays' Game an Interest
Plattsmouth Again Trounces an Om
aha Atregation of" Freaks. The
Locals Put up a Strong Field
ing and Batting Game,
Plattsmouth 7; Eden Musees, 6.
A vast assemblage of people
Hocked to the base ball park yester
day to witness the slaughter of the
Freaks, and the saw it.
There was a man with a large
brassy voice anil he of the little wee
small voice and he with no voice
it all. Altogether ther was not less
than :W87 people present at a con
servative estimate. And they saw
l game that didtheir hearts good,
They saw the team of cripples rep
resenting Plattsmouth play a good
game, that is, tney piayeu uau
from start to finish. The Musees
came from their cages up at Omaha
with a lurid countenance and a de
sire to wade through the carcasses
of a lot of ball players from the star
The "Freaks" were led by one
Wilson. Once upon a time Wilson
batted a ball out of the lot and
made a home run, and in a fit of
generosity, the people dubbed him
"Home Run" Wilson. Hut he cant
do it again. Yesterday he was a
large lucious plum pudding, He
caught a fine game for the "Freaks"
but at the bat he wasn't in it.
The only Yapp, started to catch
for Plattsmouth, but in the second
inning he dislocated his thumb and
was forced lo retire into left field.
Lacy was kindly traded to Platts
mouth by the "Freaks" and took
Yapp's place. He caught a line
game. Perrine pitched a great
game during the lour innings lie
was in the box, and Sam Patterson
also fooled the visitors in good
shape. On first both Perrine and
Sam put up great ball. The old
"Duck" covered second in a manner
befittinglhe occasion. He caught
Wilson about six feet off second on
a clever throw by Lacy, but his win
dow glass eye had been left at kome
on the shelf. At third, "Whitey"
Miller played good ball consider
ing the condition ot lus Hand ana
arm. lorn iitterson piayea snort
in a satisfactory manner. After
Yapp's injur j' he retired into left
held and distinguished hiniselt oy
making a couple ot line catches
Jack Schulhoff was the star batter
in yesterday s game, tie got three
safe hits, and he got them just as
they were needed, too. He made
one error in the field, but in batting
he was out of sight. Dert Holmes
played right field in good shape.
For the freaks, U wson, iJalis, inc
Connell, Lucas and Mahotiey played
good ball. Mahoney stole bases
like a hend; but L,ucas, he ot the
large brassy mouth, was no good
on base running; he thinks he is.
but that s where he s oft.
This is the way they done it by
In the first, the "Freaks' got one
run and Plattsmouth blanked.
In the second, Omaha blanked
and Plattsmouth blanked.
In the third. Omaha tied the score
by adding two runs to their string.
Doth sides blanked in the fourth
In the sixth, the Musees added
one to their pile, while Plattsmouth
rolled up three runs in her halt.
In the seventh, Omaha got two
runs and Plattsmouth one, and then
they quit' scoring.
Following is the tabulated score
AH K Hit P. A K
Miller, 3l 1 0 2 0 0
Yaop ot!f 5 o 1 3 o o
S. Patterson. IN J 4 0 1 2 0
Ada-ns. rf 4 2 0 2 . o
Perrine lb&r 4 1 1 6 1
T. Patterson. S3 5 2 112 2
Scliullioff. cf 4 1 3 0 0 1
l.acy.c 4 0 o 3 5 1
Hollnes. If 4 0 0 0 tl 0
Tota 37 7 7 27 20 5
AB K II H TO A K
VanarmsMii, rf 1 1
Lueue. at 4 2 1 o 0 2
Wilsun. C 4 I 1 1 1
Dallas. 2b 4 0 i 5 l :
Baldwin. lt . .5 0 1 x it 1
Green. If 4 0 0 o o (
Mahouev. ss 4 1 1 1 2
Kenniston, ct 4 1 1 1 1
McConnell, p .4 1 1 0 U 1
Totals 34 H 6 2T 13 12
SCOKE BY INNING.
PlattMitotlth -. 0 3 0 ft 3 1 0 7
Muee 10200120 0 1
New Barber Shop and Bath Rooms,
Bill3" Harrold runs two chairs in
the Carruth block and on Saturday
next he will have his bath tubs all
arranged for the accommodation of
the public. Try him and J oil will
be well cared for. d3t
POl'NDS of granulated
Sugar for $ 1 .OO at Week-
back iSc Co's., for spot CASH.1
Eapf i Fes'.ival.
A church festival will be given at
the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Taylor, about four miles south
of town, Friday (to-morrow) eve
ning. The South Park Cornet Band
is going out. together with several
of our Plattsmouth people, as a
pleasant social time is sure to be
Yesterday being the thirtieth an
niversary of the wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Taylor, who reside about
three miles west southwest of this
city, about 4 o'clock a large number
of their friends and neighbors ar
rived and for one hour afterwards
carriages kept coming loaded down
with old friends, till nearly 150 peo-1
pie had arrived, nearly all of whom
were past the middle-age of life.
Following we give a list of those
present who were here thirty years
igo: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wiles, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Wiles, Mr. and
Mrs. Josiah Gapen, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Cummins, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Vallery, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Val-
lery, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kiken-
bary, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Thomas, Mr. ami Mrs.
Thomas Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wiles,
Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. White, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry liieck, Mr. and Mrs. 15.
K. Todd, Grandma Thomas, Mrs.
Wm. Taylor, J. C. Kikenbary and
After all had arrived, Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor were brought out on the
porch, where Judge Chapman in a
short but very appropriate address
presented them with a beautiful
combination book-case and secre
tary, after which a most sumptuous
repast was served. When the inner
man had been satisfied all cameout
on the porch and lawn where Mr. V.
V. Leonard took a picture of all
The afternoon and evening, till
o'clock, was spent in telling
stories and recounting interesting
happenings of the early days of
Nebraska, when the majority of the
guests left for their homes, leaving
a few of the old settlers to enjoy the
late evening by themselves.
GRANULATED SUGAR 25
POUNDS for $1-00 at E. G.
Dovey &. Son's.
A Death Dealing Cyclone.
Mexico, Mo., May 20. A cyclone
swept through Audrain county
early this morning devastating a
section twelve miles long and a
mile broad. A dozen persons were
killed and over 100 injured. The
devastated district is twelve miles
noriheast of this city. The number
of wrecked dwellings has not yet
been ascertained, but overlive have
been reported. In every case the
destruction has been complete, and
in many cases the unfortunate
victims lose home, crops, farming
implements and live stock.
All the physicians of this city are
out attending to injured, and calls
for assistance have been sent on to
One of the first residences in the
lin nf -Mi Ktorm was that of W. 15.
Morris. The entire family of six
were Imuly iniureu ana Dtirieu in
the ruins bf the house.
t V. M X'nrris' bouse seven per
sons were injured, two of them fa-
At the farm house of Wm ost
mayer not a board was left stand
ing. Mr. Yostmeyer was killed and
his wife and three children danger
Gus Kunkel was blown against a
wagon and killed.
John Crane was caught in his
wagon and killed.
The names of the dead so far as
obtained are as follows:
For this week only for CASH,
Benneit & Tutt will sell 25 pounds
of Granulated Sugar for $ 1 .OO.
Crops Utterly Ruined.
Additional particulars of the ter
rible hailstorm near Gainesville,
Tex., are to the effect that the sec
tion damaged is about fifty miles
in length and from two to five miles
in width. The farmers all lost their
entire possession. The crops were
destroyed and houses, fences and
orchards laid waste by the winds.
Birds and small animals were kill
ed try the thousands by the hail
storm, but no person are reported
Judge Archer's Court.
J. B- Cassady vs. Sonnichsen ..V
Shirk suit on account, trial to court.
Judgment for costs in favor of de
fendants. Postponed! Postponed!
On account of the inclemency of
the weather the Carnival will be
postponed until to-morrow evening.
Doors open at 7:30. Curtain rises
at 8:(t. Secretary .
The I. O. O. F. Encampment,
The officers elected the other eve
ning at the above lodge were:
T. E. Williams, cliief patriarch;
J. E. Moody, high priest; J no. Core
senior warden; Ole Benson, junior
warden; Rasmus Petersen, scribe;
F. H. Steimker, treasurer.
VTe are showing a beautiful line
and the latest novelties in rogue at
price from $2..")0 to $10.OU.
SPRING WASH GOODS.
Full Line of
32 inch Zepher Gighams.
Breton Zypher Gighams
Egyptian Printed Cottons
Silk Striped Madras Cheviots
Fancy printed Chambrays.
Beautiful line of Solid
Striped, Brocaded and Polka
Ono Door East of the
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Of Slippers to Toe given
ar7-su37" to t!hLe om.e tlbLat
uesces tltLe nearest
! rx-uL2nLa.loe3:of TouLttonn. la-ools:
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SSTThej- will be counted June 15, 1S91"J
We carry a complete line of Gor
don's Fast Dye Hosiery for ladicn
and childrens wear Guaranteed
A good Lubes ribbed vest at 10c
Fast black ribbed vests at 3Tc
Black lisle Thread vests at 4.1c
Silk Mixed vests at 7."c
Full Line of Childrens underwear
Our line of black and white Flonu
cingH exceed anything ever beore
shown by us at prices as low as last
Black Ilcnrictti Sateens in
Dott ell'ectB, entirely new and
First National Bank
.1 ' 'JU. .
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6c Cj have an immense stock of
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