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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1891)
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MONDAY AUGUST 10 1891
A crcmi of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latest I. S. Government Foo.il Re-
TTOKSKY A I.AW.
WINDHAM & DAVIES.
K. B. WINDHAM. .I"HN A. DAVIKS.
Notary I'litilio Nl i I'uMn
Office nvtr Ifai.k ot ('a County
ftattamoutli - N-itr.-hi.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-1 .aw. Will (rivv prompt attrntlob
to lhII hiiHiiiPK! -!it ru-lfil to htm. Ottic 10
Us feu block. Kant Sicln. I'latf rmiith. Nb.
CAkkY A FULL I.I.N E OK
VllLLENERY AND jKENCH j-'l-OWEKS.
also have a ilri-ss making drpartmeut. Sat
isfaction Kiiarniiti'eil .
R. A. SALSBURY
: D-F.-N-T-I-ST :
C;)LI AND I'CkCKUlX I KDW.NS.
lr. Steinways aii:i-tln'tir fi-r 111 painleH x
tract ii"' of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Koi kwooil Block l'lattsiiioutli. Neb.
-jCAWSON & PEARCE
Carry Full Line of
FINE HILL EN iR Y AND CHlh
AI.SO FKES1I CUT F1.0WKKS
KOOM . K IKY HUK'K.
foTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL A SON
Keep all kiUiN of builders hardware on hand
and will fiipply contract re ou most fav
orable ten s
: TI3ST ROOFING :
and all kind of tin work promptly
one Order from the country Solicited
616 Peasl St.
L K-A -D-I -N G H-O-U-S-K
IN THE CITY FOR
TI N W A KK. ; LASSW A KH
The Roods we offer on our 5. 10 and 'J3 cent
counters caumtt be duplicated elsewhere
W"e hare but one price, and that the
. cheapest in town.
415 HVEAIiEsT STEET
: tfOn'ASD PORCBLAIN'CKOWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work a
DR. STEINACS LOCAL as well as other fait
entheticsgiven for the painless extraction of
CL A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald v
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to the county commissioners
at their next regular meeting tor a
license to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors in the village of
Union, Cass county. Nebraska,
tt, d&wtf. John Mohlek.
Mrs. McCoy is a visitor in Omaha
I. M. 1 1 m r 1 is iti Omaha on
Mr. Frank Irish, of Lincoln. Stin
dayed in this city.
Judge C'hainau was a passenger
this morning ou No. 5 for Omaha.
Dr. and Mrs. Livingston, of Cedar
Creek, Sundaycd with friends in the
Mrs. John Seibert and Miss Nettie
Watt are visitors at the metropolis
Mr. I. A. Campbell, of Lincoln,
spent Sunday in the city visiting
Mesdauies Collard and Smith
were passengers on No. 5 for the
Mr. Richardson, of Omaha, spent
the Sundav here, the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. I). S. Guild left Sat
urday evening for Omaha where
they spent the Sunday.
Yariltnaster J. J. Cassidy was a
passenger this morning for Lin
coln, to be gone a few days.
Miss Thomas and Miss 1). B.
Sabacool were passengers on No. 5
for the metropolis this morning.
Mr. I red (border, one of the im
plement dealers at Weeping Water,
Sundaycd with his parents in this
Mr. Cuttel. traveling agent for the
McCormic harvesting machines.
Sundayed with his family in the
Mrs. Willover. sister of Mrs. David
Young, having concluded her visit
with friends here, departed for her
Mr. M. I). I'olk and family leave
this morning for Minneapolis, St,
I'aul and other points in the east
on a pleasure trip.
W. H. Kaston and wife. of
Stewart, Iowa, who have been visit
ing the family of Mr. Cuttel re
turned home this morning.
Misses Rose McCauley and Nettie
Balkmoe, who have been visiting
th' principal places of interest in
the east, returned Saturday evening.
Adjutant General Bowen passed
tho' the city' on No. ." this morning,
enroute for his home. He is just
returning for the national G. A. R.
Mrs. Delniaiui sister, of Frank
Hrosia, who has been visiting the
family of the latter several days re
turned to her home in Monona,
county, this morning.
Rev. Triber, of South Omaha, in
the absenceof Rev. Lawre. preached
at the German M. K. church last
night. He returned home this
Clayton Barber, formerly an em
ployee at the B. A- M. storehouse in
this city, now in the employ of the
B. A M. at Lincoln, is visiting
Riley arrivals: J It Backenght.
G S Wood. Chicago; K A Snell. F I
Strump. Aug" Meyer, Fred Kngle, II
H Tomson. Omaha; H W Jovce, G I
Smith. G H McCreath. F.iucoln; K L
Olds. Racine. Wis; J L Fleck. St
Louis; C Ashley. Weeping Water;
Chas Riegelman. Des Moines; W H
Hamilton, Topeka, Kas.
We feel under obligation to II. C.
McMacken for papers 'published at
Detroit, Michigan, giving a full ac
count of the national G. A. R. en
campment being held there.
The ball game announced to take
place yesterday at the ball park
failed to materialize. The "Platts
niouth'' were on deck as usual; but
the"other fellows" failed to put in
The blackberry crop is said to
be exceedingly fine throughout the
state. Near Hlair one man had
enough pickers at work on his
place at one time to earn $o4, and he
made a shipment of 100 bushels the
The citizens of Platttmouth may
be pardoned for whatever pride
they have for their ball club. The
Hurlingtons not only know how to
play ball, but the club is made up
if men who are every inch gentle
men. Murray Hanner.
Rev. F'ifer. a young minister of
Lincoln, in the absence of Rev.
Kuckner, preached at the M. K.
church yesterdaj' morning and
evening. The sermons were schol
arly, full of vim, and were listened
W. S. Purdy is building an addi
tion to his house on South Third
street. Mr. Purdy has one of the
nicest flower gardens in the city
and when his house is complete it
will be one of the nicest residence
places in our city.
The golden wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Huckner, of University
Place, was celebrated yesterday in
an appropriate 'manner, relatives
and friends participating. There
were present three generationof the
Huckner family and religious ser
vices were conducted by the sons,
all of whom are ministers.
The AlliHnne Covenlion.
FHrmcru in Conference Nominate
At a little past 1 o'clock last Sat
urday the alliance convention was
called together by Mr. Rouse of
Greenwood, and as soon as order
was established Gov. Todd w;ts
called upon for a speech, which the
"Gov." responded to in his charac
teristic way. His remarks were
well received and elicited several
rounds of applause.
The committee ou credentials
then made their report, which was
a very peculiar one indeed. Le
Masters was chairman and found
that there were 1 liT delegates ac
credited to the several wards and
precincts in the county. No report
was made as to who the delegates
were, so that anyone could repre
(ent any place he desired.
Nominations being in order for
county clerk, J. R. Marshall, of
Salt Creek precinct, was nominated
by acclamation to pilot the boat up
that stream on the third of Novem
ber. Mr. Marshall has lived in this
county, south of Ashland, for nine
years. He is thirty-eight years old
and hails from Illinois, which is all
that is known of him.
Sam'l. Richardson went in for
treasurer by acclamation, also.
For sheriff, I'M Dorr, of Wabash,
and Gardiner, of Greenwood, had
quite a tussle, which resulted in
favor of Dorr.
M. O. Weed was nominated for
county superintendent without op
position. II. D. Harr, of Weeping Water,
carried off the honor of a nomina
tion for county judge, and our
democratic friend, John D. Tutt of
this city, carried olf the plum for
cleik of the district court; Sam
Galley, of Greenwood, was nomi
nated for coroner.
People Who Hold Back a Town
First, those who oppose improve
ments; second, those who go out of
town to do their trading; third,
those who prefer a quiet town to
one all push and business; fourth,
those who run down the town; fifth,
those who think business can be
done slyly without advertising;
sixth, those who mistrust public
spirited men; seventh, those who
oppose every- movement which does
not originate with themselves;
eighth, those who put on a long
face when a stranger talks of locat
ing in town; ninth, those who op
pose every public enterprise which
does not appear of personal benefit
to themsel ves;tenth, those who seek
to injure the credit of banks and
At St. John's Catholic church to
morrow there will be mass at 8 and
Last .evening two of our young
ladies, presumably to have some
innocent sport, departed from the
indulgences usually allotted to
their sex and attempted to outdo
their brothers for once at least.
One of them donned a man's attire,
and assuming the attitude of a
male escort, affectionately and witli
apparent ease and grace, conducted
lady No. 2 down the street, when
some of the boys, having an eye to
business and wishing to ascertain
facts in the case, proceeded to in
vestigate, and as a result their curi
osity was gratified. While the
young ladies may have had in
view only some innocent sport, yet
such conduct is wholly unbecoming
ami does not keep pace with th
modesty that should characterize
Wanted A girl for general
house work in a small family. Kn
quire at this office. tf
The entertainment announced for
Thursday evening by the ladies of
the W. C. T. U. for various reasons
has been postponed until one week
from Thursday. It will be the bet
ter for the delay as it will give
ample time for preparation. Re
member the date Aug. 'JO. Sec.
you want a fine dress shoe at a low
price let Wm. Herold & Son's show
you how cheap they can. be sold,
before you buy. ' tf
Yesterday as Chas. Bell and Kd
Donald were riding on the side of
a box car, which was being pushed
along the side track they were
quite severely bruised, owing to
the narrow space intervening be
tween their car and one they were
passing. They sustained no ser
ious injury and will probably be at
work again in a few days.
A little child of Mr. and Mfs. S. C.
Wheeler is quite sick.
Dr. Livingston has an attack
having the symptoms of typhoid
fever. It is hoped the attack will
not prove serious.
We are sorry to learn of the ill
ness of father and mother Ruby,
anil yet we are pleased to note that
they are reported much better and
hopes extertained of their recovery.
Supt. McCIellan of our city
schools drove over to Weeping
Wider this morning for the pur
pose of attending to matters per
taining to the teachers' institute to
be held there.
Clerk Grimes to-day issued
licenses to wed to the fol
lowing persons: Alviu S. Graves
age '.Ki, Melissa Ann Stoneking. age
Is, both of this city; Lou Marshall,
age lis, Plattsmouth, Miss Rose Hub
bell, age 1.
Miss Nettie Johns, one of the pro
gressive teacheirs JJof Page county
Iowa, and an old class mate of the
II KKAM scribe stopped in the city
a short time this morning, as she
was returning to her home, having
been visiting friends at Waaoo
Mrs. Pauline Lushitisky and
family- desire to extend to friends
their heartfelt thanks for deeds of
kindness rendered during the sick
ness of their beloved husband and
father, anil for many words of con
solation tendered in the hour of
During the heavy rain last Fri
da', lightning struck the barn of
David Scheesly, one mile this side
of Alvo. and after cavorting around
through his granary, spliting posts
into kindliiigwood. left without
doing any serious ilama'ge. Sev
eral valuable horses were in the
barn at the time and it is a wonder
they were not struck. Kaglct,
Announcements are out for a
series of ball games between
the Plattsmouths and the
Lincoln Giants. First game Tues
dsiy, game called at 4 p.Tft.; second
game Wednesday, at 4 p. m.; third
game Thursday, at 3:30 p. m. This
will be the last opportunity to wit
ness a good game until after the
Plattsmouths return from their
tour of the state.
The base ball nine at Xehawka
made a proposition to a picked
nine of this city., to play a game
upon the grouncflk of the former.
Accordingly our boys departed
overland Saturday morning with a
view of showing the Nehawkas how
to play ball; but untrue to the
agreement, the Nehawkas excused
themselves, much to the dissatis
faction of the Plattsmouth bojs.
It always pays to deal honorably
even through indications points to
Do not forget the address to be
delivered by the Rev. James P.
Mills A. M. General Field Secretary
of the Central Interstate Sabbath
Allia'tice at the Presbyterian church
to-night, The subject of the ad
dress is "The American Sabbath
and its foes" and The Nations duty
touching the Sabbath." Mr. Mills
comes to our city highly recom
mended by eminent men and
women all over the country and the
cause in behalf of which he is
laboring, is one in which all should
be interested. Let there be a good
Died Kdward George, the infant
on of George K. and Margaret A
Dovey, died this morning at 2:3o of
summer complaint. The funeral
will take place from the resienceon
North Fourth street, to-morrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
Brown & Barrett have a complete
line of paints, wall paper and
Hair chains, rings, crosses an
hair work of all kinds to order.
Mrs. A. Kxee.
tf 1726 Locust St.
Wanted A desirable tenant for
the Dovey homestead, corner o
Seventh and Oak streets,
tf K. G. Dovey & Sox.
Big Opportunity Now
to buy sample pair's of shoes at
rediculously low figures, come now;
delay lessens your chance. Wm.
Herold & Son's tf
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cute
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
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In order to reduce stock to rnnke, room for our fall nm;li.iH(
we must close out the balance of uiir Summer htoek as quickly as pos
sible. Commencing to lay we will offer our rutin- line ut jvJiite
goods, embroideries lloiniciiios and all oven.
At 20 Vvv (ViiM)iH'omit. From Kczul.ir I'ricp,
I adies summer vests at be regular. 10c quality.
J ' adies summer vests at 10c
J adies black and fanny ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
T adies black lisle and fancy Egyptian cotton vests at
Jj 35 worth 45c
Ladies silk mixed vests at 6oc was a bar
Jadias silk vests at
20 per cent, on all
C) Per cent discount
Challies reduced to .1 cents per yard, regulars M c quallity
Mousseline de India reduced to r- per y ard.
We make thisofTer in order to reduce stock - Now is the time to
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. RLM KMIIKK all of our
goods marked in plain figures and we do as we advertise. Don't miss
thissa.e as they are the lowest prices quoted this season.
nNE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
iiWAi for Cash only
Having purchased the U. V. IVTathew's in
terest in the firm of J W, Hendee & Co, now
propose to stay in Plattsmouth and sell hard
FOR - CASH - ONLY
At prices' that are within the reach of all. Ivverything in our stock a bar
gain. Look over our list and see if you cannot find some
thing you need.
o iO( )o-
4."00 lbs cut nails, 3c per lb to close 200 doz carpet tacks, 1c per paper
75c t grass scythe for55cts Best clothes wringer made,$2.10
Step ladders from i0 cts up
Tinware at reduced prices
Brooms. 15 to 25c ts
Chopping bowls, 19 to 34cts
Bushel corn baskets. li)cts
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 prices
Come and see us. Remember we sell to everybody alike
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HENDEE
lJi OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF.
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Children
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEY ARB AtH FIRST GtASS
AND OF THE VFAIY LATEST STYLE.
BAlRAOIr!SI FOPS ALL
gALL AND BE CONVINCE!!
L K A UANC K S A h
regular. 15c quality.
$1, reduced from $1.23.
ladies shirt waists and
on all our silk umbrellas
Wj cent spades for i5 cts.
80 ct handsaws for (tacts
Churns. Wets to ifl'00
Wash boards, 19cts
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