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PLATTSMOUfH, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1891
A cn-iim of tartar bilking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latest lT. S. Government Food Re
port. JTTOKNKY A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAV1ES.
tt. B. WINDHAM, J'MIN A. DAV1KS.
Notary 1'ntili? Not:-, v ruin.
Office ovr Hank of Vhih Coitui;
flattimoutb - N-iirRlih
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-1 .aw. Will givv prompt attrufloL
to all liuxtnec-t etitruxtfil to him. Office id
Union block. Kaef Sil. Plattninouth. Neb.
C" A KKV A FULL LINE OK
AlLLENEKY AND JKENCH jLOWERS.
We also Dave a dres making department. Sat
R. A. SALSBURY
: D-E-N-T-I-S-T :
;li AND pokcelaix crowns.
lr. Sieiuway an:estlietic fertile painleHs ex
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kokwool Block PlattsJiiouth, Neb.
jAWSON & PEARCE
Carry a Full Line of
FINE MILLENARY AND UHll
D II EN 8 CLOTHING.
ALSO KIliSH CUT FLOWEKS
HOOM 2. R.I.KV HUH-K.
EW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL & SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardware on band
and will supply coin-act r ou most fav
orable ter.' s
: TI3ST ROOFING :
and all kinds of tin work promptly
one. Orders trim tna country Solicited
616 Peasl St.
IK-A-D-I -N-G HOUSE
IN THE CITY FOK
F I' KM Mil Mi GOODS
Ttae Ktoas we oiler on our 5. 10 and 25 cit
counters cannot be duplicated eioewhere
We hare but one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
416 MAIIsT STEET
GOLD AND PORCELAlNCROWN3
Bridge work and fine gold work a
UK. STEINAUS LOCAL as well as other Jan
estbeticseiTen for the painless extraction of
a A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald PW
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.
d&wtf. John Mohler.
Mrs. K. B. Hurtiess moved from
thecorner of Firt and Marble street
to the corner of Seventh and Marble
Mr. Chas Hirikle moved from the
corner of Sixth and Gold street, to
the corner of Eight and Gold
The new boiler to be used in furn
ishing1 heat for the court house
has been side tracked ready to be
placed in position for service.
If you want a good carriage dus
ter, whip, or fly-nets, go to G. W.
Keefers He is welling them below
cost 'in order to reduce his main
outh stock of summer goods.
A son of John Bauer arrived Sun
day morning on the flyer from
Germany. The little fellow is only
13 years of age, yet he made the
Chas. Fleck and wife, who were
called to Pennsylvania last week,
because of the illness of Mrs. Fleck's
father, reports that they arrived too
late to see her father alive.
Hal Johnson, who has been work
ing in the B. A: M. store house in
this city, has been transferred to
Lincoln where he will engage in
t he same kind of work.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Twiss, and
daughter Laura.accompanied by Mr.
J. N. Twiss and wife, were passen
gers for Omaha to-day. They will
visit at the Brainard House with
relatives a few days.
Mr. F.'A. Mathews of Omaha came
in on the train yesterday from the
east and reports a heavy rain and
wind storm all along the line in
Illinois this side of Galesburg and
in Iowa nearly as far as Ottumwa.
The corn, most of which was as
good as ever raised in that section,
was swept to the ground. Small
grain, unharvested "was treated like
wise. A wrestling match has been ar
ranged to take place at Nebraska
City the fifteenth of this month be
tween George Harshman, of Avoca,
and Frank Desmond, of Chicago.
Harshman has also made arrange
ments to wrestle with J. G. Neff, of
Sterling, Neb., on the twentieth of
this month. T4ii match is for $200
a side and is to take place at Ster
" Mr, Lon Marhall and Miss Rose
Hubble were united in bonds of
holy wedlock last evening- at the
Tabernacle, Rev. Wood of the
Baptist church officiating. The
youngpeople are well and favorably
known in the city: and their friends
everywhere, will join with The
HEKALD in extending congratula
tions and wishing them a life of the
richest blessings and abundant
Do not forget the series of ball
games commencing to-day, con
cluding Wednsday. The "Giants"
of Lincoln can play ball as they
have conclusively proven in the past
and with the reputation of our own
team, all are familiar. We feel con
fident that all lovers of a good game
will have an opportunity to witness
the three best games of the season.
To-morrow's game will be called at
4 o'clock, Thursday's at 3.30. Players
will be stationed as follows:
Creighton c Matipin
Stepnensou .. p ...Catone
Dunn lb . -Taylor
SPattersou ...2b Hubanks
Miller 3b Cair
Yapp U Broadtis
T Patterson ss Lincoln
Schulhoff ct Dobbs
Holmes rf.... . Miller
A Rich Case!
A civil action promising amuse
ment and liable to excite the curi
osity of the Plattsmouth bar is now
pending in Judge Archer's court, in
which Mr. E. G. Vanatta seeks to
collect the sum of $10 from Mr.
It appears that upon the recovery
of a judgment by Mr. Gering
against Robt. Metteer in the dis
trict court in the late celebrated
libel case of Gering vs. Metteer, Mr
K. G. Vanatta, one of Metteer's at
torneys, agreed, in consideration of
the payment to him by Mathew
Gering of $20, he, Vanatta, would
induce Metteer to settle and pay up
the judgment recovered by Gering.
That thereupon the judgment was
settled and paid, and Vanatta al
leges that Gering has paid $10 of
the twenty agreed to be paid and
now refuses to pay and settle the
balance hence the suit. We are
not informed just what Mr. Gering' s
defense will be.
Go to W. G.Keefers for single
and light double harness He is
selling them at cost in order to re
duce his stock
Counci I Chamber.
Plattsmouth, Aug. 10, '1)1.
Council met in regular session.
All members responded to roil call
Minutes of last regular and sub
sequent special sessions read and
Petition was read praying for the
grading of Fifth strict, between
Main and Granite. On motion of
Gutsche petition was granted.
Petition presented praying that
poll tax might be worked on Fourth
and Walnut streets. Granted.
Petition presented praying for a
sidewal't on Kleventh street, be
tween Locust and Vine. Granted.
Petition praying that blacksmith
shop of Louis Grossenbacher be
exempt from taxation. Granted.
Motion made to place claims of
Fassbender and Dodge for $400 and
$350, respectively, for damages in
opening South Sixth street, on file,
inasmuch as damage was estimated
having in view a 70-foot street when
a 00-foot street was ordered.
Moved that a committee be ap
pointed to continue the opening of
a (K)-foot Sixth street and procure
waiver of damages. Carried. The
following were appointed: Larson,
Murphy and Petersen.
Finance report ordered referred
to finance committee. Committee
advised that bills as follows be
Oh & Klec't Litfht Co, for July ?S17 00
.lakrj Swindler. holding nozle 2 so
Clias Wheeler " " 2 .10
Ceo Brook " J 60
Lou Keii'hackel " " 2 DO
Mike McCall " " 2 60
John Doyler " " 2 60
Frank O'Neill, ralary for July 46 no
lattsmouth Oas Co 13 10
J tin Fitzpatrick. salary 45 00
Cha Wheeler, labor... 8 25
Robert John on. labor lfl 50
.lone fc Fitzgerald, team labor 33 (K)
Plattsmouth Journal, printing 2a 00
G V Yapp, special police 22 50
S S Archer, salary for July 50 oo
C W Green, labor 15 oo
Geo Poisall, team labor 72 00
Tuos Ellis, labor 7 50
Edwin BateB, team labor 18 0'
Jha Jaone. labor 18 00
John Monroe, labor 18 00
John Yanda, team labr '. 16 5n
Geo Poisall, sa'ary and stamps 20 CO
M Archer, uncollected fees 75 10
Moved that judiciary committee
and city solicitor draft an ordi
nance providing for the converting
of alley in block 30 into a district
for the purpose of providing suit
able sewerage conveniences. Car
ried. Moved that a committee wait up
on property owners to ascertain
whether they will consent to have
certain intersections of Sixth with
Vine and Pearl streets macada
On motion meeting adjourned to
meet next Thursday evening.
yottiwant a fine dress shoe at a low-
price let Wm. Herold & Son's show
you how cheap they can be sold,
before jrou buy. tf
Mrs. Bron was a passenger for
Omaha this morning.
Miss Maggie White is visiting
the Mesdames Huffers of this city.
Miss Nellie Cooper departed this
morning for Omaha to be gone
Mr. J. N. Glen, formerly a resident
of the city, is visiting friends and
renewing old acquaintances.
Mr. A. B. Todd and niece, Miss
Lena Thomas, leave on the flyer
this evening for Jamestown, N. Y.
Mr. C. S. Twiss and family are re
ceiving a visit from Mr. Twiss'
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mrs. Dovey returned from St.
Paul and other points in the east
last evening, she having been gone
about a month.
Miss Carrie Shepard left yesterday
for Crete, for the purpose of seeing
that Mr. Geo. Dovey's little girl
made the trip home safely.
Mrs. S. C. Harkins and children
were passengers on No. 4 for Des
Moines to-day. They will visit rel
atives in that section of Iowa a few
Horatio Dovey made a trip to
Lincoln yesterday and returned
with his family, which has been
visiting friends there for some
Mr. T. K, Williams, who is re
ported as a prospective candidate
for county sheriff on the republican
ticket, is in the city to-day.
Mr. H. C. Grimes, father of county
judge's genial and efficient clerk,
took No 5 for Council Buffs this
Plattsmouth, Aug 4, lsui.
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present A. H. Todd, A. C.
Loder and Jacob Tritsch, commis
sioners, Bird Critchfield, county
clerk, when the following was done
Lenhoff Bros $ K 50
E K Pamiele, lively hire 5 00
Jacif-TriiNcll.ial romis 31 70
A C LoJer, " " 2 0
A B T-. dd, " " 73 K
B''ritciifleid tal tax list & exp 310 8
E V Coort, sai county 1'hys 45 oo
LGFrei.iay. C-J'll'larlersj 20 M
Stauder Bros ni.ise to pi r l: oo
Geo. Hal simian, kre ping " 15 00
Jos. Graham, " 15 00
J K heithly, printiui: 25 35
Win Tigue bV "i: & KUiird I inii'rs !W 75
AC Mayes. Mirveyiutf 17 00
II Koeck, burial of pauper 18 24
Win Weti-ukan.p. lent of ollice left oo
Mrs I) M Black rent of judges ollice 30 DO
J F Johns, n.mdse to Co J 35
W .1 White, rert of ollice - 100 do
F M tticliry. lumber to poorhoiice 36 85
Win Weber, rent ot gun tu trd court
Plattsmouth GasCo, rental 2 bills) Is 55
E G Dovey & Son, m!s.i to pocr house.. 32 40
J M Woodnn, b.ianliug paupeis 2 25
'iiiinlia Republican, Htatioiiery 32 05
J C KUenbary, keeping poor house 131 10
P D B.ites.supt oui Whouse 81 00
H D Travis, teh-graphinu 115
M It Murphy, iiuNe to poor 41 00
G W Noble, sal ami expeiioes Ml 00
G W Noble, inslituie fee 25 00
II C McMaken. ice t unices 7 50
John VcGu re. costs. Insane Engleking. 10 30
lto;t Si Faught. lumber 3 50
A anai 1 & Swanon. repair scraper 3 75
Chicago Lumber Co 20 32
John Ilolshuh. repairing bli l?e 5 00
A F Sturm, lumber 55 50
McBride : INlin r. epikes
J M Schuellbacher, repairing scraper
Western Wheel Scraper Co. plow and
scrapers, dist No. 6
Western Wneel Scraper Co. p ow. dist 29
Frank O'Neill, semper, diet 37
J F Johnson, fiikes,"dist 3
Aug. 5. 1891.
Board met, full board present
when the following was done to
Petition for road through section
5-10-13. and section 29-11-13. laid over
until such time that commissioners
could examine the proposed road.
before final action. 1 he commis
sion given to county physician of
second nhvsician district was re-
voked for the reason that the
terms of the physician register law
had not been complied with by the
physician holdingthe commission-
for said district.
Petition for county road on coun
ty line between sec.6 in Greenwood
precinct, and Lancaster county was
taken up and prayer of petition
granted and damage compromised
with Dennis Dored at $30 per acre
for amount of land taken.
Petition for incorporation of the
village of Kagle was considered,
and prayer of petition granted, and
the following persons were ap
pointed trustees of said village:
J. Q.Adams, Stephen, Benton, S. S.
English, Wm. Sharp and R. Wilker
son. Said village shall be known
as Road District No. 67, and shall
include all the south east quarter
of section 20-10-9.
Resignation of Wm. Kirk, justice
of peace, South Bend accepted.
Official bond of J. H. Davis, Sol
diers Relief Committee, approved.
Official bond of A. Haller, over
seer dist- 27, approved.
Aug 10. 1891.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment; full board present, when the
following was done, to wit:
The board considered the matter
of division of Liberty and Rock
Bluffs precincts, and after due con
sideration it was ordered to divide
Liberty precinct as follows: Be-
p-inning at halt-section corner on
north side of section 3-10-13, running
thence south through middle of
sections 3, 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, and
terminating at half-section corner
on south side of section 24-10-13,
thus creating a new precinct on
west side of said line to be known
as Nehawka precinct; and the resi
due of said Liberty precinct shall
be known as Liberty precinct. The
following persons shall be ap
pointed officers of election for Ne
hawka precinct: J. K. Banning and
A. F. Stunn, clerks; David West, Lee
Polhird and O. Tucker, judges. The
officers elected at last general elec
tion in and for Liberty precinct who
reside in new Liberty precinct shall
constitute the officers of election in
Rock Bluffs precinct shall be di
vided 60 as to constitute a new pre
cinct to be known as Murray pre
cinct and shall be bounded as fol
lows: The boun dary lines of town
ship 11, range 13, shall be the
boundary lines of eaid Murray pre
Continuedon Fourth Page.
1 fl 1 1) S U 3UI E It C
In onler to reduce stock to make room tor our fall purchase
we must close out the halance ol our Summer htock as quickly as port
sible. Commencing to lay we will otler our entire line ot white
goods, embroideries flouncing and all overs
At 20 Per Out Di count FYoin ttculur Price,
adies summer vests at
J" adies summer vests at 10c regular. 15c quality.
J adies black and fanny ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
Ladies black lisle and fancy Egyptian cotton vests at
35 worth 45c
Ladies silk mixed vests at 6oc was a bar-a'.75e,
Jadios silk vests at
20 per cent, on all
per cent dicsount on all our silk umbrellas
Challies reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars Me iiuallity
Moussehne de India reduced to c per yard.
We make this oiler in rder to reduce stock Now is the time to
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. RKM KM BKR all of our
goods marked in plain figures and we do as we advertise. Don't miss
this sa,e as the- are the lowest prices quoted this season,
ONE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
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. Everything in our stock a bar
gain. Look over our list and see if you cannot find some
thing you need.
4300 lbs ctit nails, 3c per lb to close 200 doz carpet tacks, lc per paper
7oct grass scythe foroocts Best clothes wringer made,'$2.10
Step ladders from GO cts up 80 cent spades for o5 cts.
Tinware at reduced prices 80 ct handsaws for filets
Brooms. 15 to 25cts' Churns, 80cts to $1'00
Chopping bowls, 19 to 34cts Wash boards, 19cts
Bushel corn baskets, 19cts
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 7oc.
Leather back all bristle horse brushes, 40c.
Cook stoves at cost to close.
Other articles too numerous to mention at correspondingly low.'pricei
Come and see us. Remember we sell to everybody alike
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
J W HENDEE
IX OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
Ladies, Misses, Boys, Children
and Infants Summer Goods.
THEY ARE AtE ElfcST GLASS
AND OF THE VFAIY LATJiST STYLE.
BARCAOKISI FE3 ALL
SALL AND BE CONVINCE!!
L K A RAN C E S A L
8c. regular. 10c quality.
$1, reduced from $1.2B.
ladies shirt waists and
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