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PLATTSMOUIH, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY JULY 31 1891
A cream of 1:ir1;ir baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening stienth.
- Latest I '. S. "loveriinicnt Food Re
port. TIOItMiV A i..W.
WINDHAM As DAV1ES.
K. M. VMUM. .oN A. OA VIES.
Not :tiy I'liMi' N' i TiiMn
OHIfe vr Bank nlCiw C;i:.iy
tlttmMith .... N-.-t.r-tsfia
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorury t-l.aw. Will kiv prompt attention
fo all tMixin-s iitrii!'t.l to him. o'llcw in
Unlini block. V.mI Sii. l'lattxinoiitli, NVfo.
it c. Mt ;kk, m. i,
IS LOCATE I
lo liM-:itftl at Kiirlit .Mile!;rov. llf h;is (
taiiK'il tti Mice formerly nuctipietl ly
Ot tliat tllat-t ami can ! louiiil at all hour ex
cept when professionally out.
CAKKV A FULL LINK F
A ILLENb'RY AND KENCH LOWERS.
We also have a dress making depart nient. Sat
Shekwooo Stoke. I'uttsmoutii
AR. A. SALSBURY
tiOLD A.NI POKCELAIN CROWNS.
Ir. Steiinays an:isthetie fertile painless ex
tract ior of teeth.
im- Gold Work ;i Specialty.
ICockuood Hlock riattsmouth. Neb.
J)RVIOLA M. FRENCH
Physician & Surgeon
Office with L'r. Chipman
10 : 00 to 12 : 00 a. m. 3 : 00 to 5 : 00 p. in.
I . SIIirMAiT
9: 00 to 11 :00 a. in. 2 : on to 4 : oo p. m.
Telephone "o is. I'l a itsmovth Tf.b
vjEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. 1 1 ALL & SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardware on hand
and will supply contract rs ou most fav
orahle tera s
': TI3ST ROOFING:
and all kimls .t tin work promptly
one Orders irein the country Solicited
61B I'easl St.
I.-lvA-D-I NO H-U-U-S-K
IX THE CITY TOR
H KNI'lllNti i;oolS
K I tKl 1KKI ES
kTTch k S vki7i' i ks
TIN v AUK. ;i.asswAKE
The pood e oiler on our ", 10 and 1T cent
counterscauuot be duplicated elsewhere
We lyiTe hut one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
415 MAI3ST STEET
SSOOLl AXO rORCELAlNCROWNS
Bridge work and tine gold work a
DR.8TEINAU3 LOCAL as well as other an
estheticsgiven for the painless extraction of
& A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Biw.h
I'hilip Tliie-rolf went to Oniah:.
II. C Mc-Maken is in IihcoIh to-.
lay on reunion IniHineHM.
J. C. 1'eters.on went to Omaha on
ln.-iiies tills tiioriiin-.
T. C. Slwphcrl i.s attending to
lusiiic.-is at Lincoln to-!ay.
Mrs. jndif K'usscll went to Vil
lisca. Iowa, unlay lor a Lrief iuit.
I'ncle Heti K nilin is in town
to-day from Joe Connor's ! tit; IMatte
W. L. Knolls of Murray. Iowa.
ciiiik' in last nii;ht and will lie
added to Till: IIl RAMi forte.
Mrs. James Austin, wife of Con
ductor .Austin of Lincoln, is in the
eit' to-day visiting Iriends.
Miss Susie Keeter(ame in llo:ii
Walioo this inoruiiir and is visiting
her friend, liss Herta IJeimett.
Mrs. H. N. Loveriu arrived this
morning from an extended visit
with relatives in hiwa and Illinois.
Mrs. A. F. (iroome returned home
yesterday from a two mouths' visit
with her parents at Cotlonwood
Charles Harris has Leeii 1 " i 1 1 ti"
lanjrerotisly ill, hut we learn he is
now convalescent and expects to he
ut in a few days.
Mrs. Cornell, sister of Mrs. Will
While and Dave Jiahhiiitnn. de
parted this niortiinr for her home
at Lenox, Iowa, after a pleasant
vj.-it here with relatives.
Judire Archer was called to Cttl
lom lasl tiiht owin to the severe
illness of his son at that point. He
returned home this nmriiiiii; and
reports the voting man much
Mrs. droves, of Dorchester, after
visiting for several days with Mrs.
Searl and Mrs. Waybri;ht returned
home by the way of Council Hlulfs
where she will stop over for a day
Mr. C. K. Yates, accompanied y
his competent stall, Cul. Thompson,
Capt. lietts and Major (ialup,
passed through the city this mom
Mi; in their way from Lincoln to
Nebraska City, whwe they are
wiring the new waj;on bridge
across the Missouri.
Four new morula for the K. O. W.
passed through here last niht
from the east.
Dave Stutzman is lajdni; off today
on account of a bouncing hoy baby
at his home. We never smoke.
The city h. ,-ols will open up for
a ten months term on the seventh
day of September. Don't foret the
Two car loads of car wheels were
brought in last niht from Lincoln
to be turned down and made over
in the shops here.
David Barr has been busy for sev
eral days putting new cords on the
windows at the higi school build
in y which, by the way. has not been
repaired in that direction since it
was built, eighteen years a;o.
The Grand Army rate to Detroit
and return isSflS.aO with choice of
three routes beyond Chicago. We
learn arrangements have been
made for the official train over the
Burlington to pass through here
Saturday nij;ht about ten o'clock.
The Bennett camp meetini; be
gins Any: 13th. and continues to
Au;21st. The B-Ac M. has made a
rate of a fare and a third for round
trip. This is the greatest camp
meetini; in the west and always
draws an immense crowd.
Little Arthur Maliek. a;ed six
years, met with a most painful acci
dent Wednesday even in i;. ;ettin i; a
fall that seems to have dislocated
his knee-cap. The little fellow suf
fers intense pain, havini; scarcely
eaten a mouthful on that account
since he was hurt.
The prohibitionists are not all
satislied with their ticket named in
convention here last Wednesday,
and some say they will not vote the
ticket nor have anything to do with
it. Too innny Plattsmouth men
hold down the "heavv end of the tee
ter. W. W. Kep.
One hundred car loads of com
pany coal has .been received here
and await an opportunity to be un
loaded at the coal sheds. The com
pany always stocks up on fuel
during the summer for winter use,
a scheme that mi;ht be profitably
followed by individuals.
A footiiii; up by the county clerk
shows that fJ'J.lXX) has already been
expended on the new court house.
The bonds which were sold to the
state treasurer at par will draw no
interest until the money is actually
drawn from the treasury. The first
payment is likely to be made soon.
Mr. George Bceck shipped a car
load of household goods to their
new home at Iowa Park. Texas, last
night. Mr. Boeck and family will
leave to-day for that point. The
HEKALP trusts they will find in
their ney home all that they ex
pect, though we can't see how
Kastern Nebraska can be improved
NONPAREIL'S ARE WINNERS.
They Took tlie iieeonti Cnme From ihe
Burlington's Through Sheer
IvI Lacey determined to win yes
terday's game of ball at any cost.
He sent up to Omaha and had tin
colored mascot of the Nonpareils
come down and set on the players'
bench. So. of course, the Bui ling
toiis couldn't win. It was sheer
bail luck that lut-ied them. The
locals outbatted and outtielded the
visitors, hut that shock of black,
kinky hair on the bench was too
gorgeous for 'em.
A slim young man n;.med Mc
Alllitfe pitched the ball lor the Non
pareils, and he was batted hard but
unluckily. 'Ihe hits oif him
couldn't be got when wanted but
always tame in when not required.
Lacey caught him in good shape
and. with the aid of the mascot, '
plucked otf a base hit.
The feature of the playing on the
Nonpareils' side was ihe fine rjin
ning catch ol Bradford, in center
field, of a liner iiil off Sam Patter
son's bat. retiring the side, with two
men on bases. It was a marvelous
catch, and he was greeted with loud
applause when he came in off the
And, by the way, the remark we
made yesterday about the Nonpa
reils not being "in it" don't go.
We cheerfully apologize to them, as
they were very much "in it."
For the home team Sam Patter
son pitched a fine game. The visi
tors found him very difficult to hit
and eight of them were retired on
Creightou caught a faultless
game, despite his weak ankle. He
is fat looming up as the best ama
teur catcher in the state.
Bowman, of the Omaha Cranes,
covered first bag for the locals and
was credited with a couple of er
rors, but they were excusable, in
view of his condition. He had just
gotten up from a sick bed and to
this fact, no doubt, can his errors
be laid. He pounded out a home
run in the sixth, however, bringing
in a man and tying the score.
Bert Dunn started in to pitch for
the home team but owing to his
wildness he was sent to second base
in the second inning. He give in
dications of becoming a crak pitch
er when he gets control of the ball.
At second basehe played fine ball.
He also hit the ball with vigor.
The remainder of the home team
played their usual good game but
were unable to win. Luck was
Both sides scored in the first in
ning and the Nonpareils got two in
their half of the fifth. Then Bow
man, in the first half of the sixth,
knocked the ball over the fence for
a home run bringing Dunn in and
tying the score. It was even until
the last half of the eighth when the
Nonpareils scored twice and won
The Nonpareils are to be con
gratulated on being ably supported
from the grand stand hy a young
man who subscribed for a share of
stock in the base ball association
and t'len wt u'.dn't j ay for it. This
same j-oung man tried to run the
club and when he found that his
influence wasn't equal to the task,
he organized a rival club in his
brain with $3H) cash capital back of
it. The public is anxiously waiting
to hear from this new club.
This is the score.
AM K III! I'O A K
Miller. 3b 3 1 (I 1 2 1
Yapp. If O 1 1 OO
S Patterson. Jb.vp. . .4 ) 1 O C
Dunn, p.v'b 3 1 1 4 4 1
T. Patterson, ss 4 0 1 ' 1 2
Creightou. c 4 ) 0 l 1 1
Co'iiiellv. rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Yaper. If 3 O ( 1 0 0
Bowman, lb 4 1 2 i 1
Total 33 3 7 24 14 5
AU R HH PO A E
T Mahoney. 3b 4 0 ( 0 3 0
Shanahan. ss 3 2 1 1 3 1
Butler. 2b 4 O () 3 4 1
Lacev. c 4 1 7 0 1
Bradford, cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
McAulitf p 4 1 1 1 ti 0
Moriarity, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
F Mahoney. If 3 1 1 2 0 O
Flytui. lb 3 0 1 10 0 0
Total 32 o S ;27 19 3
Burlingtons. .1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 03
Nonpareils 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 o
Struck out By McAulitTe 0; by
S. Patterson (i; bv Dunn 2.
Bases on balls Off McAuliffe 2;
otf Dunn 3; olT S. Patterson 1.
Home Kuns Bowman.
Sacrifice Hits Creighton. Flj-nn.
Stolen Bases Miller, Yapp, J.
Mahoney 2, Shanahan. Lacey. Brad
ford. F. Mahoney.
Miss Annie Sullivan, of Platts
mouth. came out Saturday to visit
for some time with her friend. Miss
Kit Russell. W. W. Rep.
Rev. Mr. Dolierty, of Brownell
Hall, Omaha, will preach in St
Lukes church next Sunda3' bojh
morning and evening.
Additional local on last page
The Jourmil Metliol.
The journal has contracted a
pernicious habit of libeling busi
tiess men by misrepresenting them
and their affairs in such a way as
to hold tin-in up lo public criticism
when a slight examination would
show them Ihe utter lack of truth
fulness in their published reports.
Their remarks about W. L. Browne
and Mayor Ridley in reference
to the lumber contract were so far
from the truth thai two days after
ward they were compelled to retract
One of the latest abuses of their
I tr i vilege as a newspaper, was the
uncalled for attack upon the KIcct
ric Light company whoai it seeks
to injure by saying the caudle arc
power is less than 12."; It being a
fact, that while the contract calls
for 12(!) candle power lamps, the
company has always furnished
without extra expense the much
more cosilv 2.1 ..m candle power
lamp. But instead of being com
mended for liberality the company
is actully abused and a suspicion
created that they are not living up
to their contract with the city, and
a feeling of resentment against the
company is 1 litis unfairly generated.
The story about a "rat" electrician
is also untrue, the fact being that
the chief electrician resigned, and
his assistant was promoted who
was equally as good a man, and
gives his employers perfect satis
faction. We don't cart- to interfere
or criticise our neighbors business
methods but when they become so
notoriously bad as to injure our
best citizens it is time public opin
ion was aroused to the enormity of
A Queer Clock.
Philip Thierolf has added quite a
novelty to the attractions of his
saloon in the Anheuser-Busch
block in the nature of a cathedral
clock about tight feet high and
about five feet wide at the bottom.
It is an artistic piece of wood
carvingand scrollwork, set off with
minarets and towers, giving it
quite a unique appearance.
Among its peculiarities outside of
novelty in design is the fact that
every half hour the chick, by an
orchestrion attachment, plays a
prettj- tune for two minutes. The
entire case and design is the work
of our fellow townsman, Mr. John
Reuland, who must certainly be an
extra fine mechanic.
Mary Carney, widow of James
Carney, has received a pension of
$1,158 as back pay and a regular
stipend of $K.OO per month. Mr.
Carney was a member of Co. C,
Third Rhode Island.
Charles Robine has had his pen
sion increased to $24 per month.
Wm. Burk receives a pension of
$12 per month, and John Philips
gets notice of the allowance of $8
Acquitted of Murder.
Dr. Julius A. Schuelke. a promi
nent ciozen of Lauder, Wyo.. who
shot and killed J. W. Sullivan, a
druggist, April 17, IS1. -J. and has
been on trial for murder, was ac
quitted, the jury being out eleven
hours. The defense set up the
c aim of self-defense and temporary
insanity. The men had a fight in a
barber shop and Schuelke claimed
that he was afraid Sullivan was
going to cut him with a razor.
Schuelke also claimed that he had
been injured about the1 head some
years ago in a railway accident, and
medical testimonj- was introduced
to show that his injuries tinder ex
citing circumstances would pro
duce temporary insanity. A num
ber of lawyers "from Cheyenne and
Laramie took part in the trial.
Schuelke practiced medicine at
Louisville, this county, for over a
year, and those who knew him best
never saw an- indications of tem
porary insanity. The jurors must
have had a touch of the malady
The C. W. B. M
Of the Christian church will give
an entertainment consisting of
music and speaking. Sunday even
ing, for the benefit of the foreign
Missionary Society. Admission
free. The public "is cordially
New Time Card.
A new time card will go into' ef
fect on the B. A; M. Sunday or Mon
day. The onlj important change
we could learn of was that the flyer
No. 2 east would pass No. 3 on the
bridge switch. This will make No.3.
4o minutes earlier.
All attorneys having business
pending in county court are re.
quested to meet me at my office at
8 o'clock p. m. Saturday August 1st.
1891. B. S. Ramsey,
That Hacking Cough can so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it, 1-tf
Take your prescriptions to Brown
& Barrett's.they dispense pure med
Hair chains, rings, crosses a n
hair work of all kinds to order.
Mrs. A. Kxee.
tf 1726 Locust St.
READ AND LOOK
III ORDSa TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF
One lot of Floimciiigs at I'.'.le . j
One lot of white Floimc.iiio- at
-."'; pattern worth
One lot of white cream ami
Flotineings reduced to S:'L20. A
pattern of this lot comprises goods j
j ALL OF OUR FANCY PLUSH ORNAMENT
REDUCED TO 5 CENTS EACH.
HARDWARE FOB CASH OEY I)
Having purchased the U. V. Mathew's in
terest in the firm of J W, Hendee & Co, I now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hard
ware FOR-CASH -ONLY
At prices that are within the reach of all. ICverything in our stock a bar
gain. Look over our list and see if you cannot find some
thing you need. '
4."00 lbs cut nails, 3c per lb lo close 200 doz carpet tacks, 1c per paper
75c t grass scythe for55cts Best clothes wringer made,"$2.10
Step ladders from CA) ets up SO cent spades for 5 cts.
Tinware at reduced prices 8( ct handsaws forl5cts
Brooms. 15 to 25cts Churns, 80cts to $1'J0
Chopping bowls, 19 to 34cts Wash boards, 19cts
Bushel corn baskets. 19cts
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 75c.
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to close.
oo() if i
Other articles too numerous to mention at correspondingly lowfpriceH
Come and see us. Remember we sell to everybody alike
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HEN DEE
IX 0UU COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Childrens
and- Infants Summer Goods.
THEY AfcE Atfc m$T G1AS$
AND OF THE WAXY LATEST STYLE.
CALL AND BE
757". -l.U 330353O35SL cb T2Q.
worth uj to ;.() a pattern.
One lot of white and black
Flouncing reduced to 5.00. A
pattern some floods in this lot for
merly sold at S10.00 a pattern.
All our patterns contain 4 A yds
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