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PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1891
A cream of t;ir1;ir baking powder.
Highest of in leavening strcnth.
Latest I'. S. '.overiiuiciit lood Re
port. JTTOKNKY A LAW.
WINDHAM A OA VIES.
K. H. WINDHAM. JU1N A. DA V IKS.
Notary I'ul.lic N.t::y l'ul"
Office over Hank ol t'acs Cmn ty
Plattsmouth ... - Ni-hrH-dm
tfnnii'vat.l.aw. Will iriv lroillt attellttOL
to all biiii!"H entrusted to him. otlice w
Union block. Kaut Side. l'Utt.moiith. Neb.
CAKKV A FULL I.I X K OF
yVLlLLEN ERY AND J-RENCH f LOWERS.
We also have a dress inakiii department. Sat
Sherwood Stoki:. Plattsmoi i ii
: D-K-N-T-I-S-T :
COLD AND IT.Kt KI.AIX CK'OW.NS.
!)r. Steinwavs iinastlietic fertile painlecs' e
traetloi- of teetli.
hue CJold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block l'laMsniouth. Neb.
QAWSON A PEARCE
Carry u Full Line of
FINE M1LLENSRY AND Villi
AI.SO FKKSH CL'T FL WEKS
KOOM 2. K LF.Y Hlflt'K.
S. K. II A I.I. V SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardware on band
and will mpply contract r ou mot fav
iirable tern s
: TIN HOOFING :
anl all kinds ol tin work proiui'tly
one. Order- from the country solicited
61H Peasl St. PLATTSMOUTH. N KB.
I. K-A-IM- N G H O T S K
IX THE CITY KOH
tinwakkI ; LASS WAKE
The itoods we ofter on our 5. 10 aud '23 cent
counters cannot be duplicated elsewhere
We have but one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
415 3SL-A.I3ST STEET
t, GOLD AND PORCELAIX'CKOWNS
Bridge work and tine gold work a
DR. 8TEIN AUS LOCAL as well as other Jaii.
Mtheticsftiven for the painless extraction of
a A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald P-W
Notice is hereby given thrft I will
apply to the county commissioners
at their next regular meeting lor a
license to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors in the village of
Union, Cass county. Nebraska.
d&wtf. John Mohler.
Miss Kdith White departs to -day
for Ashland to visit friends over.
Thos. Kemstcr an employe at the
Ii. iVc M. shop, is reported on the
siek list t o-day-
Mrs. Kester c hanged her place of
residence yesterday to the room
over llerlod's dry goods store.
Miss McCord was a passenger for
Nchrask City this morning. She
will visit friends there a few days.
Mis Waiidiue. who has been
visiting friends in our city, re
turned to her home in Orleans to
day. Mr. John Smith, having con
cluded his stay in our city, de
parted this morning for his home
Mrs. I.ydia Foster departed on
No..") this morning for Hot Springs,
South Dakota, with a view of im
proving her health.
Miss Sopfi Johnson who has been
visiting in our city a few days re
turned to her home in Sioux City
on No. a this morning.
Mr. S. K. I'helps, a contractor for
the M. I. li. li., wlio has been re
siding in our city the past year, is
moving his family and household
goods to Omaha to-day.
Fred I'este and family removed
to-day for Kdgemont South,
Dakota, where they will likely
locate. Mr. I'este has been in the
employ of the B. & M. for several
Frank Raucn's little child vas
Drown A: Darrett dispense a
greater variety of Summer drinks
than any house in the city. tf
Mr. (J. W, Dell, of Liberty precinct
is doing business in the city to
day. Charley Johnson and W. D. Cook
have purchased the barber shop of
of Dillv Herold. under Mayer it
Morgan clothing store and will con
duct a first class tonsoriel shops.
Give them a call.
Rev. J. 1. Mills. General Secretary
of the Central Interstate Sabbath
Alliance will lecture at the Presby
lerian church, pi this city next
Mondav eveninir. at 8 t. m. Do not
forgot the date.
In subscribing for a home paper
one should always note the paper
that gives the most news and show
their aypreciation of the extra effort
on the part of its editor by second
ing his etlorts in a substantial way
Being overstocked wtth light
double and single buggy harness,
carriage dusters, robes, fly nets
stable sheets and a very large as
sortment of ladies' and gentlemen's
saddles. I will sell the above stock
for the next thirty davs at and be
low cost. tf W. G. KEEFEK.
The will of Klisha Stradley of
Greenwood was found yesterday by
Clerk Grimes. lhe contents or
subiect matter of the will was
proven bj- oral testimony, which
for all practical purposes, would
answer. Parties interested, how
ever, doubtless will be glad the
will has been found.
Riley arrivals: F. C. Wood, H. C
Cody. W. A. Coleman. Omaha; J. H.
Waterman. X. N. Hall, G. P. Smith.
Lincoln; Judge M. L. Hajnard. C.
W. Seymour, Nebraska CH3-; A. L.
Kekstein. Louisville, Neb.; T. K.
Allyn, Chicago; Keed Armstrong,
Philadelphia; C. C. Hrevine, M. 11.
Heck. St. Joe; K. J. McDride, Council
The committee appointed to in
vestigate the Hastings asylum has
completed its work and yesterday
submitted its report no the gov
ernor. The report is a very damag
ing one to all who are connected
with the asylum. The governor
should proceed at once to oust the
whole lot without a moment's delay
as he should have done in the start
as the committee requested.
The second meeting of the Young
People's Societies of the different
churchePfto perfect the organizatir n
of a union was held at the Presby
terian church last evening. A con
stitution was adopted and officers
as follows elected: President. Mr.
C. S. Polk; Secretary, Miss Laura
Twiss; Treasury, Miss McClelland.
This organization does not super
cede the regular organizations of
young people but i simply a plan
in insure a greater degress of socia
bility, and mutual helpfulness
among the members. The first
meeting will be held next Sunday
evening at the M. K. church, led by
Prof. Halsev. All are invited and
urged to attend.
An extra amount of freight work
was done at the freight house to
The County Commissioners have
adjourned until Saturday, when
they will again be in session.
On account of the illness of Mrs.
Dovey's baby the P. K. O will meet
at the residence of Mrs. J. P. Young
Saturday afternoon August S.
The annual meeting of the Sov
eign Grand Lodge !.(.(). F. will
be held in St. Louis. Sept. 21. It is
probable that one fare for the round
trip will be granted.
The prohibitionists put up the
followingstate ticket yesterday: K.
W. Richardson, of Omaha. for
supreme judge, and Rev. Gorst. of
Neligh. and Mrs. Woodward, of
Seward, for regents.
Damage caused the platform, side
track and switch by the derailing
of cars Wednesday evening is being
rapidly repaired. The company are
leveling up the track and making
other needed repairs.
The Omaha Bee advises Council
Bluffs not to advance the price of
lots 011 the bottom as the smelting
works will remain in Omaha, re
ports to the contrary notwithstand
ing. II. K. Brown, of Harby, Idaho, ar
rived in the city last evening to
visit his brother, O. A. Brown. Mr.
Brown is a prominent pharmacist
of Harby, and it is reported that he
is looking up a location.
Dr. L. B. Baw, came in last even
ing on a business trip from Pacfic
Junction and returned this morn
ing. The Doctor has but recently
located there but will doubtless
build up a lucrative practice ere'
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Keed. of Pacific
Junction, came down last evening
to trade with our merchants; and
returned this morning. They think
that the inducements offered by our
merchants amply pay them for the
It wauld be a grc'at help to the
farming community, our merchants
and people generally, if arrange
ments might be made to start the
canning factory this season. These
enterprises should not be allowed
to remain dormant.
Owing to a war in sugar rates,
between the sugar trust and Clans
Spreckles, inaugurated by the lat
ter, granulated sugar is selling at
'AAtt cents per pound in Philadel
phia. If this continues it will beat
McKinley prices even.
It is reported that the Cranes, of
Omaha, refuse to play the Burling
ton. of this city, inconsequence of
which the game announced for Sun
dav will fail to materialize.Kvid
ently the Burlington's made a "rep"
while at Omaha last Sunday.
A man whose brain was crazed
with liquor lay on the track near
the station this morning and would
have been horribly mangled by the
train had not the yards men de
livered him from danger. The
oolice took him off to iail to sober
Gov. Boies of Iowa does not talk
much these days, unfortunately for
the republicans, but the boom that
party received by his speeches
during the year will insure theirf a
good plurality, even tho' he remain
silent during the remainder of the
In purusing the daily papers we
frequently notice the announcment
that persons have been injured by
mad dog bites. The season of the
year in which the greatest danger
exists is now upon us, extra pre
caution in regard to the matter
should be taken by our people
Since the announcement that the
smelting works would close, iiidefi
nitely, there is strong talk on the
part of the company, of consolida
ting the Omaha works with those
at Denver, Col. In view of this
Omaha is threatened with the loss
of one of her important business
enterprises: and in the event she
does we predict that hurling words
of disapproval at the "inquitous
eight hour law will be indulged
in by Omaha. In the mean time
Denver is offering inducements that
are very tempting to the company
and to be sure she will loose no
opportunity to secure the prize.
Come In To-day
and examine the shoes offered
in our sample sale. Wm. Herold
& Son. tf
Attention Shoe Wearers!
Shoe's at factory prices at Wm
Herold ASon's. tt
Additional local on last pag
W i:i: PING WATKR
FK'oM THK k'KITHLICAX
We have heard farmers say that
the corn crop was about two weeks
behind that of former years, but
that six weeks more of go'd corn
weather would be sufficient to bring
it out nice ami sound.
P. T. Barnes, armed with the pro
per papers, entered the Sewing
Machine factory and attached the
machinery, etc., for taxes. Some
thing over t7'" being delinquent.
This, we understand comes ahead
.Miss Nellie Beardsley and
Cassell had the mis
fortune to get badly poisoned, Sat
urday. Their faces are badly
swollen at present, but we hope
they will be out in a day or two.
Between thirty-five and forty
suits have been filed with Justice
Barr by different persons against
the Noble Sewing Machine A: M'f'g.
Co. All hare been transcribed to
the district court. These are by
mployes for back pay and by
parties 111 Jowa who tioltl tlie .Nome
Heights notes. The smallest of
these claims is $..G2 and the largest
$ir0.50 and the total is $1 .(SOa.aT.
S. F. Jauweson, brother of Tom
ind Will, was very badly bruised
last Friday. A neighbor's team at
his plac e attached to a wagon, con
tain in ir two children, ran away,
md Mr. Jameson in attempt to stop
them caught the halters instead of
the bridal and was then thrown
under the horses and the wagon
ran over him brusing ' him and in
juring his back and his hips badly.
It was a brave act, as he took his
life in his own hands to save the
children. Dr, Thomas was called
to attend Mr. Jameson.
List ot Letters,
Remaining unclaimed in thrTl'ost
Oftice at Plattsmouth, Aug. h.
1891 . for the week ending July 30:
Aliugton Hilda Blatxer Frank
Clements. Mrs, J Carlsou. Ah her
Davis, Mis M, A, Harley, Elmer
Kreigh, Mr- K
Moore, F. N.
Larker. J O
Miller. N M
Schla ll,Mrs. Maty
Young, J S
Persons calling for any of the
above letters will please say "ad
vertised." II. J. STKKIGHT, P. M
on all summer goods at Win. Iter
A grand district re-union of all
old soldiers and sailors for eastern
Nebraska will be held at Nebraska
CH3-. Neb, from Sept. to 11, in
clusive. Tents, fuel and beddinjr
will be furnished free. Come, boys.
and have a grand old time, as Com
rade Iozier will be here. At the
same time and place the Nebraska
City Imposition will be held. Kvery
da- there will be races, base ball
and all kinds of amusement, and
theatres and camp fires every even
ing. Come right along, boys, as all
railroads made reduced rates.
E2 nr nnnnrtltnitu Nnw
to buy sample pair's of shoes at
rediculouslj' low ngures. come now;
delay lessens your chance. U 111.
Herold & Son s tt
The latest plan for regulating the
liquor traffic is one devised by
Alderman Bowes of Kansas City.
While proably not the most-pratic-able,
it must be conceded to be
the most novel liquor ordinance 3-et
devised. He proposes to do away
with the trouble caused by licens
ing saloons by issuing licenses to
the drinker instead. The drinker
of beer will be taxed $20 annually,
and if he wishes to purchase wine
in addition to beer the tax will be
$2o; the privilege of buying beer,
wines and whisky will cost
The ordinance has not yet received
a majority of the votes of the coun
cil, but it is probable that it will.
It is argued that, in view of the
present depressed condition of
business in Kansas City, some plan
must be devised that will create
more revenue. This plan would
surely enable the council to pay all
municipal expenses, but we seri
'ousl' question the general benefits
that would accrue therefrom.
you want a fine dress shoect a low
price let Wm. Herold & Son's show
you how cheap they can be sold,
before you buy. tf
All members of McConihe Post
No. 45. are requested to be at Post
next Saturday evening as business
of importance will come before the
Post. By order of
F. A. Bates, P. C.
Take advantage of the light har-
1 . fvf.V, it
IlrbB EdIC ell ntxin
READ AND LOOK
VK 1 1 A X K
Out; lot of Flouncings at :)'.h;
One lot of white Flotiiicino at
82.00; pattern worth $;3.n0.
One lot of white cream and
Flouneings reduced to A
pattern of this lot comprises goods
ALL OF OUR FANCY PLUSH ORNAMENT
REDUCED TO 5 CENTS EACH.
HARDWARE FOR CASH ONLY
Having purchased the U. V. Mathew's in
terest in the firm of J W, Hendee & Co, now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hard
ware FOR - CASH -ONLY
At prices that are within the reach of all. Kverythitig 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. He per lb to close- 200 doz carpet tacks, 1c per paper
7act grass scythe for 55c ts Best clothes wringer made, $2.10
Step ladders from 00 cts up 80 cent spades for 5 cts.
Tinware at reduced prices N ct handsaws foroncts
Brooms. 15 to 25cts Churns, 80cts to $100
Chopping bowls. 19 to H4ds Wash boards, I'.tcts
Bushel corn baskets, 19cts
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 75c.
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to close.
Other articles too numerous to mention at correspondingly low pricort
Come and see us. Remember we sell to everybody alike
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HENDEE
IS OUll COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Children
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEY ARB Atn FIRST Gt ASS
AND OF THE VFAiY LATEST STYLE.
BARGAINS F( ALL
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
REDUCE OUR STOCK OF
M A I ) Iv A
worth up to ;.n() a pattern.
One lot of white and black
Flouneings reduced to $ij.b0. A
pattern souk; foods in thin lot for
merly sold at 10.11(1 a pattern.
All our patterns contain 4 yds
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