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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1891)
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY' JULY 18 1891
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j Absolutely Pure.
A cream of l;irt;ir linking powiler.
Highest of sill in leavening strenth.
Latest U. S. iovcrnmciit Food Re
port. TTOKXHV A l.AW.
WINDHAM A, DAV1ES.
H. B. WINDHAM. .I'M! N A. DAV1KS.
Notary I'liMu N" t "
Otltoe vT Hank nf Cacs I'lmni j
Plattsmoiitii - V-r;e ha
Attorney at-I.aw. W ill -iv prompt atteiitloL
to all Mimm' iitri!tl to him. oiliee id
Union block, twt Snl. l'lattniiiout!i. Nfb.
-T c. u-c;kk. l i).
Is locals! at Kinlit Milt "i:riv. He lias ob
ta'lifil the oflfe firmerly occupied by
OI that dlace aixl cnn be fouiul at all hour.' ex
cept when professionally out.
CAKKY A FULL LINK OF
llLLENEKY AND J'KfcNCH LOWERS.
Ve Hlso have a lres making department. Sat
R. A. SALISBURY
: D-K-N-T-I-S-T :
oi.o Axn r;ki ki.ain ckowxs.
lt. .sieinways an;isthetic fertile painleff ex
y tract !' of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwoo.t ISlock 1'latlMiit-ulh. Neb.
)R VIOLA M. FRENCH
I'll YSICI A.N .V Sl'K'C.KO.N
L'.tice with L:. ' aifradu
. nor us
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lelephone No 1-'
'I A rTsMOCTH N V. I.
EW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. II ALL & SON
Keep all kunls of builders hardware on hand
and will i-upplv contract i" on most lav
orable ter.i s
: TIN ROOFING :
and all kinds of tin work prom ptly
one Orders from tin country Solicited
61t rVasl S;.
1'i.ATTSMOUril. N EH.
L-lvA-D-I -N-G II-O-l"
IN THE CITY FOK
Kill' H KN O F. l.iTF.S
TINWAKK. t; LASS WAKE
The i:ood e oiler on our 5, 10 and 2S cent
counterscAtiuot be duplicated eltewliere
We have but one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
:. QOLI AND PORCEI..UN1CKOWNS
Bri.lse work and fine roUI work a
DB. 8T KIN ACS LOCAL as well as other ai.
esthe. iKlven lor the painless extraction ol
& A. MARSHAL! - Fitzgerald Bloc.
A. R. Talbot Ksq., is in the city
to-day tin legal business.
J. A. Davis returned yesterday
from a brief trip to Kansas.
Mrs. Fred M nriliy is spending the
clay with relatives in this city.
C. S I'olk and Sheriff Tighe made
a business trip to Union, to-day.
I.ee Oldham and Jim Walker went
to Omaha this morning on business
: Hon. R. B. Windhams fathercame
over from (ilenwood to day to visit
Mrs. Kd Sever came in from Cedar
Creek this morning to spend the
day with friends.
Al. Burris lias been transferred
from the oosit ion of switchman to
that of fireman.
Dr. Shipman is confined to his
bed to-day, we trust he will be able
to get out attain soon.
F. K. White sent two cars ot corn
and one of wheat east last night
from his elevator here.
M. L. Thomas, editor of the late
Independent is building himself a
nice resilience at Lincoln.
J. M. Patterson returned home
this morning, Mrs. Patterson and
sister-in-law, remained in Lincoln
to spend the day.
Miss Schicketan. returned to her
home at Council Bluffs this morn
ing. accompanied by her aunt Mrs.
Get), Boeck of this city.
Mr Frank Laut. the popular brake
man with conductor Bushncll for
some time was promoted yesterday
to the well merited posttion of con-
on the main line.
Mrs. Ol Butts, of Nebraska City
has been visiting relatives here
She left this morning with her un
cle Chas Williams of Ashland to re
main a few days in that village.
New York is aghast with fright at
the findinr of a Chinese laundry
man who has been plying ins vo
cation for eitjht montlis in that city,
afflicted with that incurable malady
known as leprosy.
The man who went out to milk
takimx his seat in the middle of
ten acre field and waited for the cow
to back ut to him is a relative of
the man who kept store and did
not advertise. Beatrice Ivxpress.
Old Cass stands fourth in the
number of children of school ajrc
in the list of Nebraska counties
with 7.M7 charged to her account
Douirlas county is first. Lancaster
countv secondhand Ga-re third with
only two hundred more than Cas
Capt Chas Rhode left last evening
with nine other stalwarts to do up
the Weeping Water Cresents. Th
Caotain is irettimr to be a irood all
around ball plajer and TllK IIi:i
ALI predicts he will be ph-iiijr
with the Ii. M's before lonij;'
A little strip of territory in cen
tral Sarj3' county was devastated
by a hail storm yesterday morning
at at early hour, which destroyed
all small rain in its path and seri
ouslv damaged the corn. The
weather of today is a veritable hail
breeder and betokens danger ahead
rilE IlEKALO man had the pleas
ure of meeting an old friend yester
day at Iincoln in the person of I'hil
i- Huber, a prosperous coal mer
chant of that city. Philip used to
run a store at Lousville but left
there some years a.yfo for the west.
He finally drifted back to Lincoln
where he now seems to be a fixture.
Kpworth League Meeting.
Kearney, Neb., July 17. The
second Fpworth league convention
of the tenth general confrence dis
trict met in this city last evening.
The district comprises Wyoming,
Colorado, the Dakotas, Nebraska
and Japan. L,ast evening an ad
dress was delivered by Rev. W. F.
McDowell, chancellor of the Denver
university. Reports were made to
day from 239 leagues representing
a membership of about 8.000. The
following officers were elected: H.
A. Crane president. Omaha; D,
Graves, vice-president. Henkleman;
Miss Maria Haight. secretary,
Kearney; Ii. L. Paine, correspond
ing secretary and member of the
board of control. Lincoln; Rev.
W. A. Lee, member of the board of
control. Laramie, Wyo. The con
vention adjurned this afternoon to
meet at the call of the president.
The first state convention of the
Kpworth league then convened and
the committee on credentials found
130 delgates p resent. The conven
tion will be in session until Suuday
evening. The meeting has been a
successful one and will result in
much good to the society.
County Surveyor Mayes went out
to Leonard Horns this morning to
survey and locate a new county
Tn HekAEO learns that the elec
tric lamp factory has been sold to
parties at Vancouver in the state
of Washington at a rood fair price.
The Catholic social at the church
lawn last evening was quite'a finan
cial success. There was plenty to
eat nnd a real pleasant social time
Wayne Golden, a younjr farmer
residing near Union fell on a scythe
a few da's ajo, cutting his riht
le so that the pli3sician thinks he
will becrip)Ied for life. Ivx:
A handsome train of jialaee
stock cars piissed throiiih last eve
ning for the west where they will
be loaded with cattle for the South
Omaha and Chicago markets.
Yard Master Cassidy will take a
train load of refrigerator cars up to
file fi. & M. cutoff above LaPlatte
this afternoon. This track is used
for storage punposes irincipally.
1J. N. Loverin took charge of his
former K. C. run last evening. Con-
luctor Dorrity jjfoes back to his
Omaha-Plattsmouth local freight
run anil Abbott troes back to the
W. II. Fitzijerld who lias been in
the eniliy of L. N. Hojan for three
seasiins as hostler, leaves this week
for Louisville and will o with 1..
H. I.ivinston's steam thresher this
George Stamlers of Louisville has
bought the John Hums farm near
Plattsmottth for $7,0() and W. A.
Clerhorn has purchased the Wm.
Snyder farm on Turkey Creek for
Rev. C. A. Falk of the f -ee mission
Swedish church will preach at
Louisville to-morrow afternoon at
twojo'clock. He will return to
Plattsmoiith in time for the regular
evening services at tne rwecusn
Mrs. Frank Dickson and baby
were up from Plattsmoiith this
week visiting A. H. Dickson and
family. Mrs. D. lias been quite
poorly for several months and her
friends rejoice at seeing her recover.
Nettie Peck entertained a com
pany of her little friends yesterday
afternoon. Among those present
were Lisbct Gretel and Helen
Waiiirh. Louise Drummond. Sadie
Hlack. Maud Doritv and leiiuie
The moter motes these das
good shape, and we are glad to state
is more than pjiying expenses. W
trust our people will continue their
liberal patronage, it helps the town
and makes the the new M. P. depot
Next Thursday the Nebraska Cijy
Sabbath Schools will picnic at our
park there will tio doubt be a large
number of people from that place,
and we presume our folks will take
advantage of the occassion to re
new OKI acquaintances. v:iuasn
Commissioner Loder was out
here this week and condemned a
car of piling shipped here from
some Lincoln lumber company to
be used in constructiong county
bridges. The piling were very
slim and not fit for building a foot
bridge.- Klmwood Kcho.
Rock Hluffs put on her Sunday
clothe last evening and turned out
enmasse to the ball given by Will
Shera. Several Plattsmoiith people
werein attendance and report a way
up time. Rock Bluffs used to be
famous for Balls and parties in the
good old days and it seems the peo
ple down there have forgotten none
of their sociability.
Something overjti.000 crates of rasp
berries have been shipped from this
point in the last, few weeks Mr.
Towslee handled at least 5.C00 of
them. The shipment from Stone's
farm was about 4,000 crates. The
value of the crop was not much
short of $4.o00, This is only from
those who ship by quantities. We
presume there was at least 1,000
crates gathered by small growers.
Posey Messersniith is confined to
his house by illness. The boys say
he has been setting out of nights
watching his big pumpkins grow
and taken cold. Posey sa-s this
famous vine grows toward the stand
pipe at the rate of ten feet per day
lately, and that it is now 111 feet
and 4 inches long. We expect to
hear of some big pumpkins from
that quarter this fall.
The Twenty. fifth Annual Fair
Cass county should do herself
proud this fall at her quarter cen
tenial exhibition, and from what we
have heard thus early in the season
we believe Cass county will give us
such an exhibition of her resources
as will surprise the oldest inhabi
tant. The crops are bounteous, the
stock is healthy, sleek and well fed.
and the list of premiums form an
inducement that producers cannot
afford to ignore. We have just been
glancing over the Otoe county pre
mium list and where exhibitors of
hogs, cattle and many other
things of interest are given a diplo
ma down there tin-Cass county Ag
ricultural society pays handsome
premium in cash.
F'armers will consult their own in
terests if they have not seen a pre
mium list by writing to or calling
on David Miller, secretary at his of
fice with Fred Gorder, for a list and
then go to work and get your stock
ready for exhibition. Let us take
more interest in our fair ami build
up an exposition to be proud of.
Mr. Davidson a reliable conimerci
il tourist in the employ of the Kmp-
kie Hardware company of Council
HlufTs has been traveling over Xe-
braska constantly for the last
twelve years and has resided in this
state for the last thirty-one years
gives us his version of the crop out
look. He says that he traveled with
team over the major portion of
York, Hamilton, Polk, jiutler and
Seward counties last week and in
all his thirty-one years experience
he never saw as good a small grain
harvest as the present one, and
while corn is fully two weeks later
than usual, it is clean, thrifty and
shows a good stand and bids fair
to make a remarkadl v heavy crop.
Mr. Davidson says the report of
traveling men all over the state is
of tin same import. He says crops
are better in western Nebraska than
they are in eastern owitig to their
bounteous rains ami stronger soil. 1
A desireable house, "with fruit"
for rent or sale inquire of W. A.
Hoeck A- Co. fit
Platlmou!h Was In It
The li. &. M. nine went over to
Glenwood yesterday and defeated
the Glenwood team which had a
professional battel y and second
baseman playing with them, by
the flattering score of 3 to 1. Our
boys play ball and no mistake.
The j say Donelan of (ilenwood was
not so loud as usual after the game
had been played, it took the tuck
out of him.
The G. A. R. post. S. of V. camp,
and W. R. C. of Greenwood, Neb.
will hold a district re-union on Au
gust 3rd, continuing one week. We
shall endeavor to make this the
most pleasant re-union we ever held
this being our fourth.
Tents, wood and straw furnished
free to campers. The camp will be
located in the beautiful park on the
bank Salt river. The program for
each day will be read by the Adju
tant at 0 o'clock from the platform.
Noted speakers from abroad will
entertain the people in the forenoon
Afternoons will be taken up in sham
battles, sport and amusements of
the boys when in camp or on the
skirmish line in '01 and 'Go.
Come out everybod- and have a
good heirty laugh just for your
health. Tons of sport and amuse
ment will take place in camp ev
ery night. It is earnestly hoped i
that every comrade will bring guns
as there will be amunition in the
camp by the keg to be burned.
Right dress! Dress up in front
on Monday morning at 9 o'clock the
3rd. The orderly will call the roll
and a comrade not responding to
his name will be immediately trans
ferred into the involid corps and
given a dose of salts.
Ira Tixkham. Com.
K. C. Colemax, Adj't.
Going at a bargain one car load of
household goods, the purchaser
will lind easy terms, the goods are
elegant and the correct thing for
an- one wishing bargains in this
line also a good farm 100 Acres pro
vided with plent' of water Just the
place for a man with stock. Will
sell cheap for cash or exchange for
City property, Horses for Sale or
trade. Chuck full of business and
will talk business with any one
that means business. Call at the
Fifth street Jewel rv Store.
tf " Geo. Vass
The Herald is sorry to note that
Mr. Fred Latham is laid up with a
very sore throat.
Additional local on last page
READ AiMD LOOK
- AT THIS
I IT ;?.D31 TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF
One lot of white Floiincini at
-J.0; pattern worth
One lot of white
Flouncings reduced to 3.20. A
pattern of this lot comprises goods
One lot. of Flouiie.ings at IV. h:
ALL OF OUR FANCY PLUSH ORNAMENT
REDUCED TO 5 CENTS EACH.
Having purchased the U. V. Mathew's in
terest in the firm of J W, Hendee St Cd, now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hard
ware FOR - CASH -ONLY
At prices that are within the reach of all. Kverything in our stock ii bar
gain. Look over our list and see if you cannot find some
thing you need.
4"(K lbs cut nails. 3c per If
Tact grass scythe for.Ticts
Step ladders from J0 cts up
Tinware at reduced prices
Brooms. l. to 'J.'icts
Chopping bowls, 19 to 34cts
Bushel corn baskets, 19cts
Other articles too
Come and see us.
r - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME,
J W HEN DEE
IX OUIl COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Isses, Boys, Childrens
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEV AHE ALt HBST GLASS
AND OF THE YFAIY LATEST STYLE.
AitCAIIftiS FOR ALL
CALL AND BE COKVINCEIi
-ji-. BOKCli c2s 00.
worth tip to $('..(() a pattern.
One lot of white nnd bhtek
FlouncinH reduced to $5.60. A
pattern some floods in this lot for
merly sold at $10.00 a pattern.
All our patterns contain 4 k yds
'J(K) do, carpet tacks, 1c per paper
Best clothes wringer made, $2.10
Wl cent spades for iT cts.
W) ct handsaws for0."icfs
Churns, SOcts lo ijTOO
Wash boards, 19cts
ill bristle horse brushes. 7")c.
ill bristle horse brushes, 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to cloe.
numerous to mention at correspondingly lowlr-ricea
Remember we sell to everybody alike
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