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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY JUNE 3U 1891
(ft ) (psliy j
( A cream of l;irt;ir baking powdiT,
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
v Latest 1'. S. Ooverniueiit Food We-port.
CAMS I.OIM'.K. No. 14. I.O. O. K mee ts ey
ry Tuenday niulit :it llifir hull in Htzt-'rall
block. AIHM.T K. ll.iwf an- ci.rrtialiy invifeil
( atteii't when visitii'U in etiy.
T K. Wiii.iam N
J. V, Hltll:K. Sri;.
Weidman Sc Breckenfeld received
a mammoth ice cream freezer this
morning for J. I. Antill.
The Lchnhoff nine played the
Skinners Sunday which resulted in
M-.r- of 17 to !l in favor of the
Mrn. I. I. Belnap. wife of the train
master at Lincoln, hat been visit
in.f Mm. Cassidv for a few days
Slle returned home this morning
K. II. Woolev LVq. and Michael
Camidy were prominent Weeping-U':it.-r
Masons that took liar4 in the
corner stone festivities yesterday
The St. Agnes Guild will give a
lawn social at Mrs. J. C Kichey s
on Thurslay evening this week.
All are cordially invited ice cream
and cake ten cents.
The river is not ni it- so high here
bwt seems to he high enough clown
at Kansas City and Atchison whert
much damage is oeiiig none o mi
titi- of hanks and overllow of chan
A. T7-N!(; H OK PYTHIAS. U.iuntl. t lAufa-
K no": Meet-everv Veilne-.l;iy evemi:K
at th'eir'h Vll In Panned a Vtmk 'l,,., tk- A" .
Hint ki.nrht are ror.li:t:ly mvite.l to atteuit.
C. V. Marshall. C 1? ; ' ti 1'ovey. K. K. S.
YOlM; MKN Sl llltl.vmiN ASSOCIATION
Waterman l.I.n-k Main Street. KtM.iiis
oi.en from h a in to S :M v ml or men only
i;ost.el n.eet.i.K every Si.ii.tay alternoon at 4
C. A R.
McCoi.nlhie fort. No. 4... meets every Satur
day eveniiitt :it 7 :W . i" tlietr hall. Kockwoo.l
Block. All vihimii-' eomrale aie invitea to
...eetw.th,,-. k. Nilei, Tost Adj.
F. A Hates. I'ort Cora.
TTOKNKY A I.AW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
u u WINDHAM JOHN A. DAV1KS.
Oftlee over Hank of Cafit bounty.
PUtt-smouth - - Natasha
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-I.aw. W ill :ive iromit "J""'""
all Mi-ines enfne-teil to lnui. Oil" m
Union block. Kant Si.le. riattMiiouth. eb.
fAKKY A Kf I.I. LINK "
1LLENERY AND fKENCH f LOWEKS.
fre also have ;i tlress makinir .lej.artment. Sat-
t isfaction iiuaranteetl.
S 1 1 K K WOO I STO K K. 1 ' L AT I SM 01111
Carry Full Line of
FINE XILLEXERY AND CHll
DUENtS CLOTH IN d.
A.SO KKESH CL'T H. WKKS
, I VVWOCK. l'I.TTMOUTH
-VTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL & SON
Kej all kinds of builders hardware on hand
and will fHliy eoniraci i...-.
orable tern s
': ROOFING :
one. orders from the country Solicited
616'lVaMSt. rLATTSMOUTU, NEB.
J)R VIOLA M. FRENCH
Physician & Surgeon
Of ire with Dr. Shipman
10: 00 to 12: 00 a. 111. 3 : 00 to 5 : 00 p. Hi.
2 IS. SIIIPMAN
n . on (Ail - oo si. ni 2 : 00 to 4 : 00 p. in.
Tl,l'inw No 12. i'l.ATTSMOUTH FB
L-K-A-D-I-N G H-O-U-S-K
IN THE CITY OK
KITCHEN E.QVEI.T1 ES
The goods we offer on our 5. 10 and 25 cent
counters canuo be duplicated elsewhere
We hare but ote price, and that the
cheapest in town.
415 nsEAiisr STEET
-it C. McGEB. M. D.
-17 t IS LOCATE r
la located at Eiht Mile;rove. He has ob
tained tbe ottice formerly occupied by
Of that dlace and can be found at all hours ex
cept when professionally out.
W.I. I lesser left on our table to-
ilay a number of boxes of very fin
r.nl.i.rrii He reoorts that ves
..nl-iv lie made the la revs t pick lie
ever hail, tfatherinjr over 14(uarts
There was war on the Rhine last
niirht, but no arrests were made; and
:.w.. tw li:ittle in over an inventory
shows no dead, no wounded, and
np man mirtsiuir. It is
thought he will show up in time for
Jude Chapman has adjourned
district court to September 11th
t.-lw... I lie balance of the etillitv busi
ness will be taken care of. He went
i.t v.-i.rawka Citv tli ih iiioriiinir and
will close up the Dtoe county term
lolui M. Kiser, Tin: 1 1 UK ALU's pre
ferred candidate for sheriff, was in
town Saturday, appearing hale and
hearty and wearing a look of satis
faction that outfht to warn Dave
vi.-i v.;., i.-.i n.irr Koss Morrow ami
iilhers'that they are in danger of
"The Foolish Six" is the name a
Nebraska City band of youn.i?
lt-.iv. taken, who celebrati
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each others birthdays. The foolisli
.. .f ,f it will be aonarent when
they continue celebrating birthdays
after they are tweniy-nve.
Mr. L. L. Spooner, representing:
the Sootmer Comedy company, is
in the city to-day arranjxin.i; tor me
couiiii"- ot ins cmhio ,
a 1 ll...
...i.;.-lt It sniMK a ween, ai
Waterman opera house beiniiinj
Klias Saire has several thousand
ouarts of raspberries this year and
thinking the outlook for a rood
..i-.rket was rather slim he has sent
v,.tv- vrk for a patent evapora
tor by the aid of which he expects
to take care ot nis enure nu.
Kvaporated rasptierries ot i laus
ttV mrn .rrowth oturht to be
pretty line and will certainly strike
the top ot ine maiivci.
Harrv Tohnson was building side
walk to-day out on the avenue for
Robert Sherwood and had his seven
..;i,.t:ir.nld bov with him.
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ti. i:ii,. fp mv in movinir arounu
made a misstep and tumbled into a
cistern, which, fortunately, was full
enough ot water tor me c.uiru
(.,il,r n ream me UOV win"
lillliv . . -' - .
i.i.i.o,i ni to the surface, and
was rescued without suffering seri
Our base ball nine came home
from Nebraska City yesterday with
their feathers drooping. While
thev defeated the Missourians
.inrrtnv on a store oi u in o, iiiv
wt.vt. j - -
were completely sum out m men
Siindav afternoon, the
score standing A to 0. in favor of
. m r IV T 1 A a. .
Nebraska City. ine iuu liaiis
mmiili nine was not present or the
... . . . .
result would nave oeen uiuemu
The commissioners finally de
cided on using the Kansas City
pressed brick for the outside walls
of the court house, and a carload
..;,.,! mnrninir The LoillS-
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ville brick, made whollj- in this
county, are superior in every way
ii.. Kansas Citv or St. Louis
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brick, but the local company re-
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fused to enter into a uonu iu
furnish the reouired number, as
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the- have out tew on nanu.
The teacherslnormal opened up
at Weeping Water yesterday under
verv favorable auspices. A splen
,t:.i i;i rf itistrnctors have been
(IIU tiitv - " " ' -"
en""a'etl and a profitable season or
workis promised the .attendants.
Thirty-five teachers were present
..T-,t-.i- niortiinj-"- to le"'in in the
work, and as many more are ex
pected to-day. The Plattsmouth
,..,i,ard iv-ill find this an. excellent
opportunity to brighten ttp for the
Th copper box which was placed
in the corner stone was 7?4 in wide
at the top and 15 inches long, while
-it bottom it was b-t wide 14
inches long and 5 inches deep. It
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was matte oy .'lessers v eiuinaii x
Breckenfield, and if the building
ci.nnlil Tie bombarded and deniol-
ishetl by hostile Iowa or Missouri
4-;itca n tninrlrl vcira from now
ii rnnniT litv will be fmiiitl to con
tain much valuable history of this
lacob Ileinrich. the restauranter
is in Omaha to-day.
Mrs Frank Palmer and Mrs. Will
White are at the Metropolis to-day.
Mrs Senator Thomas is visitilllT
relatives at Weeping Water this
It Toil,! went to Lincoln to
day to look after our state assess
Mr Sebil.lknechts mother is verv
low but little hopes of her recovery
are entertained. I i
MIju f I - 1 1 ; Sullivan will visit her
aunt. Mrs. L. C. Krvin. at Omaha for
a couple of weeks.
lames Crawford. W. L. Wells,
Cieotge Mattison and C. J. Zarr of
South ISend are in the city to-day.
Miss Carrie (ireUsel Weill to
U'.-eoiiM.- Water to-dav to attend the
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teachers normal now in session
A W Talbot, the Missouri Pacific
attorney, came down from Lincoln
this morning on coiupau misi-nesH.
Mr. Oldfield. of Chicngo, came in
this morning and will be the guest
of I'errv Walker and family for a
Mr I)r I atta of Lincoln, after a
pleasant visit with her sister. Mrs.
A If White, and other relatives,
returned home this morning.
Mrs I M Patterson with Miss
Kdith. Lu Simpson. Dick Waugh
and others departed for Crete this
morning to attend the Chautauqua.
Miss Amelia Vallery will Ieavethi
evening on the flyer for Chicago to
visit relatives for a few weeks, and
enjoy the exh iterating breey.es from
Deuree of Honor.
Star of Nebraska Lodge, thirty-
eight members. Degree of Honor
A. O. V. W., was instituted by J. A.
Ciutsche, district deputy, last eve
ning. The officers for the ensuing
term are: Mrs. D. It. hbersole. Past
Worthy Sister of Honor; Mrs. Frank
Hoyd. Worthy Sister of Honor; Mrs.
I). "H. Smith. Sister of Honor; Mrs.
M. X . T raver. Sister of Ceremonies;
Miss Del le Vermilyea, Sister Secre
tary; Mrs. C. S. Forbes. Sister Trea
surer; Mrs. lieorge l.. i remiss.
Sister Usher. The lodge will meet
alternate Monday evenings in A. O.
I . W . lodge room.
lee cream ami cake were served
after lodge closed and a general
pleasant social time was had. 1 his
is the first lodge in this degree ever
organized in the county.
As predicted by the THE IlEKALD
Plattsmouths band of Athletes
proved victorious at Fremont, and
carried home with them the bulk oi
the priy.es. The Fremont Turn
bezirk was composed of representa
tive turners from all over the state
each town or city sending its best
members, so that the victory of the
Plattsmouth boys makes them the
recotrnized champions of Nebraska
Prof. Kummerow has done an ex
cellent work training the class as
their recent work conclusively
shows. The prizes were distributed
Soeietv tirize Plattsmouth. hrst:
Fremont, second; Omaha, third.
W-r tlie sit best all arounu turners
Kirt Karl Hanni. J'lattsmoum
second. Sam Patterson, Platts-
lttiAlt h,-third Paul Wurl. Platts
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nmniii- fnnrih. n. tie ncner, nans
mouth; iifth. F.mil uri. I'jaiis-
mouth; stxth. Henry iuKwcuer
Iole -nilltino". DUttllllT tile Shot.
hitrh lumping Paul Wurl; Platts-
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mouth, urst. mini v uri. i mh!-
mouth. second; Walter Price, fre-
Bmt WaHii!' First. Toe Pfeil,
Sioux Citv; second, Kmil Wurl.
Plattsmouth; third. Otto Neider
weiser, Omaha; fourth. Otto Kreps.
Boys' Class Alfred 1 tiller, Fre
mont, first; Isaac Sickel, Fremont.
Albert Xast. Omaha, second;
Clias. Schw artz. Lincoln; Karl Heils,
Sioux City; and Otto Wurl, Platts
mouth, third; Edward Grotte, Oma
ha, fourth; iert Dana, rremom,
and Otto Wittman. Lincoln fifth;
Kdward Haschenburg. Lincom,
The Short Line.
The Missouri Pacific's cut-off be
tween Union and'Gilmore has been
completed, but nothing has been
done as yet toward running trains
over it. Superintendent Dickinson
went over the road Saturday, anti
will recommend to General Manager
Clark that a stub train be run over
the road for a couple of months un
til the road bed gets solid, before
putting any hevy trains on it.
Thi new road nt twentv-eisrh t
miles shortens the distance between
Kansas City and Omaha about
rtrtiv-rine miles, and will be Used
entirely for through freight and
passenger trams as soon as it is in
.irtifirm tor heriv-v trains, wnicn
will be about two months from this
Tim -rtmict ofriinninir the Mis
annri T-ar-ific trains into the Tenth
street depot has been talked of for
enm i mi nut nntnintr oeiinite nas
been decided on. It' is probable
4V,ot fhia xi-ill not be done until the
new depot is completed. Omaha
We are glad to note that Father
Carney is much better and if noth
ing happens will be out soon.
Miss Hirdie Ilouseworth came in
from Hiirliugtou this morning ami
will visit her brother George and
fa in i ly.
A. It. Ktiotts is moving into his
cosy cottage to-day, which he has
recently erected iii South Park near
K. K. H'iltons.
Kd M. Maker files a petition for a
divorce against Mattte 1 taker charg
ing herwith adultery. The parties
reside at Klmwood.
. D. lones. It. tt M. baggage agent
at Lincoln, was in the city yesterday
the guest of Mrs. Fagui and her
daughter. Mrs. Ritchie. He re
turned home this morning.
The ball game yesterday was only
fairly well attended and resulted
in a score of 10 for the It. t M s. and
one for the Falconers. Another
gameis being played today.
Pearlman had another runaway
this morning, turned the wagon
iinside down and broke tiOltie liar
ness. As the wagon was loaded
with undresses no turtlier itamagt
To anxious correspondent:- No
sir' it is not true that the big send
otT given the Omaha chief of police
bp the Nebraska City Press was a
return for favors received by the
editor of that Journal while 'seeing'
Omaha recently. He was simply
recognizing true merit.
The notorious Neal is to hang.
The supreme court has sealed his
doom and hxed theUth u.iy ot ucio-
ber as the ila- oi execution. .eai u
will be remembered is the notori
ous murderer of Mr. and Mrs.Jones,
two old people who lived aione on
a farm near South Omaha. Neal's
real name has never been liscover
ed; now since he is to tlie a felon
maybe he will tell who he is.
Mr.Jutl Knotts and daughter of
Murray, Iowa, came in last evening
from the west and are guests of Mr.
Knotts neoliew. A. It. Ktiotts of the
Mrv.w n Mr. K. has been over York
ami some of the western counties.
He says the wheat crop will be phe
iwtmetial in that coimtrv ami that
he saw-fields of fall wheat that were
estimated at thirty-live bushels per
acre ami no one iiiougnt mengures
too high alter seeing it.
READ AT-3D LOOK
T CEDE I TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF
EMBROIDEEED - FL0U1TCIFGS,
VK II A VI-; M A D1C A
ieep Out in Prices
One lot of Flounciugs at !'.'
Great Sncrifice Sale.
From this date forward Dawson
Sc Pearce will sell the remainder of
their summer stock at and below
cost in tinier to make ready for
their fall stock. d(iw2
One lot of white Flouncing at
$2.00; pattern worlli s: 00.
One lot of white cream and
FloiiHcings reduced to $;.20. A
pattern of this lot comprises goods
worth up to ;.00 a pattern.
One lot of white and black
Floiincino-s reduced to $5.00. A
pattern some oods in thin lot for
merly sold at $10.00 a pattern.
All our patterns contain 1 A jd
ALL OF OUR FANCY PLUSH ORNAMENT
REDUCED TO 5 CENTS EACH.
Golden machine oil at 'JO c.
ltlack machine of at 2.ic.
Perfection Castor oil at 3.i c
Lard tiil at 4." c.
A WONDERFUL SHOE.
Frank Davis, of the Schildknecht
shoe emporium, has recently taken
the agency for the model ladies shoe
which for comfort and beaut- never
was equaled. It is a hand turned
shoe with cork insole and must be
seen to be appreciated.
Call at Schildkecht's and examine
the stock as they have the exclusive
sale of these goods. One of the
shoes is onexibition cut in two that
buyers may see how- it is made, dtf
Fourth of July Meeting.
The members of the following
special committees are called to
meet at the office of the county
judge at S o'clock p. m. sharp Wed
nesday evening July 1st:
Finance Committee 1-. Morgan
Geo. Weidman and R. W. Hyers.
Committee on Speakers A, N.
Sullivan, A. B. Knotts. C. W. Sher
man and K. Ii. Windham.
Committee on Grounds W. H.
Pickens. Geo. Poisall and F. M.
Committee on Decoration D. B.
Smith. Val Burkel, O. A. Brown,
Mrs- T. N. Wise , Mrs. C. Parmele
and Mrs. J. P. Young.
ittef on Invitations. Print-
-jh Proo-rams R. B- Windham.
F. F;. White, Sam Waugh and O. II.
Committee on Fireworks J. P.
Young, lorn Patterson and D. C.
Committee on Music Fred Lehn
hoff, James Pettee, James Pollock.
J. II. Youdg, Carl Hoeing and John
Committee on Amusements II.
N. Dovey, II. Bons, C. Breckenfield,
F. Morgan and W. B. Short.
Reception Committee J. M. Pat
terson, Fred Herman, W. dishing,
B. F;ison Wm. Neville, J. C. Cum
mins. J. A. Gutsche, J. C. Petersen,
D. M. Lewis, and D. Hawksworth.
Committee on Transportation F.
K. White, Byron Clark. A. N. Sulli
van and A. B. Todd.
M. B. Ml'KFHY.
Chairman Committee on Genral
Furnished Room to Pent.
Enquire of Ii. W. Gibson, corner
of Seventh street and Washington
. . . . A 1 . . T?-. n hv 1 1 1 flair rr
week. Gentleman preferred. d6t
Having purchased the U. V Mathew's in
terest in the firm of J W, Hendce & Ca I now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hard
ware FOR-CASH -ONLY
At prices that are within the reach of all. Everything in our stock a bar
gam. look over our usi ami -see n n ..i -
thing you need.
I k it 1 I, I
4.TU0 lbs cut nails. 3c per lb to close IfJO do, carpet tack, 1c per paper
. i,0 fs.rri Rest clothes wrimrer made, iZ.U)
Ster. ladders from W cts up cent spades for . cts.
Tinware at reduced prices Ml ct handsaws for nets
Brooms, la to 2acts Churns, HOcts 1o -tl IXJ
Chopping bowls, 19 to 34cts Wash boards, lOcts
Bushel corn oasKets, ivicts
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, toe.
Leather back all bristle horse brushes. 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to close.
Other articles too numerous to mention at correspondingly JowfpriceH
1 . . .,,.11 oi.r-l'fif iK :lik
Conie and &et us. jveineuiiL-r wt- ,v
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HEN DEE
IS OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Childrcns
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEY ARE Att VIKST Gt A88
AND OF THE VERY LATEST STYLE.
ACTOS FOR ALL
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
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