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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1891)
PLATTSMOUIfl, N 3RASKA. FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1891
A cream of tartar I taking Jiowtler.
Highest of all in leavening stretith.
Latest V. S. lovcrniiient Food Hi--port.
TTOKNEY A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAVIES.
K. B. W1NI)1IAM. JOHN A. DAVIKS.
Notary 1'ubliv Notary I'uhlto
t OIBre ovr Hank of Vxa County.
flatt9tnoutti .... :i-trHtiH
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-l,aw. Will trivtt prompt attntloii
to all luniners entriiftt'fl to him. Ollice in
Union block. Kat Side. I'lattxinouth, Neb.
R. A. SALSBURY
: D-K-N -T-I S-T :
GOLD AND I'OKCELAIN CKOWNS.
Dr. Steinways anesthetic fertile vainlet-f ex
tract ior of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Rock wood Block I'tattsinoutb, Neb.
EW HARDWARE TO E
S. K. HALL & SON
Keep all kinds of builders hardware on baud
and will eupply contract- r on most lav
: TI2S3" ROOFING :
and all kinds of tiu work promptly
one. Order from tins country Solicited
616 Peasl St.
flattsmou ni, neb.
I,Kv D-I-X G II-O-U-S-K
IN THE CITY FOB
The goods e offer on our 5, 10 and '& cent
counters cannot be duplicated elsewhere
We have but one price, and that the
cheapest in town.
fH GOLD AND PORCELAlN'CrtOWNS
Bridge work and fine gold work a
DR. 8TEINAUS LOCAL as well as other an
estheticsgiven for the painless extraction of
0. A. MARSHALL. - Fitzgerald P!'
T"hTfi is ranch, itowling and blowhiard wcrk in advertising tlaoso days. Everybody Wows, Whistles blow. Tlae wind
Wotr Paach Sow potatoes. Old follss blow not tea. Sngine XTc, 12 Blowed up, BLEW, BLOW, BLOW2T, I.oo1e out for a bl:
MdL "tbls winter Buy your shoes where they will last you through the cold weather and where ycu can get the best bargoir
in Plattsmouth. " Follow the crowd and you will Lnd yourself buying shoes at
W. SS. SCmLDENECHT'S SHOE STORS
WHBBB - TIHriE - BOTTOM - IS - KITOOKED
Yours Running Over With Accommodations and Bargains,
H.J.Streight went ti f to Louis
Mr. L. A. Newcomer arrived from
Lincoln last evening.
Or. K. W. Cook was a passenger
for Omaha thin morning.
Mrs. Susan Heckner, of Greeley,
Iowa, if vis itihg friends in the city.
Mrs.. Peter Merges, who has been
visiting friends in the city for a few
lays returned to her home in
Omaha this morning.
Dave Hahhingtou and sister, Mrs
Will White of this city, departed
this morning for a short visit at
Lenox and Creston, la.
Two more gentlemen hoarder? can
le accommodated at W4 Main street
opposite Riley Hotel. Terms rea
sonable. Private family. tf.
The Colorado Cactus Blossom
Concert company will give an en
tertainment at Kockwood Hall to
morrow evening. Let everybody
turn out as the admission is only
2.1 and fifteen cents and you will be
glad you went as there entertain
ment is a rare treat.
Several exchanges note instances
where farmers have purchased
cheap (?) groceries of the fellow who
is underselling the average grocery
merchant, and in the end the far
mers find the goods almost worth
less, and yet they find plenty of
Miss Lila Halsej'. of Kvanston, 111.,
sister of Prof. Halsej , arrived yes
terday and will teach in our city
schools during the coming term.
The professor is receiving a visit
from Mrs. Kdwood Postlethewaite,
of Philadelphia, and Miss Lizza
McKee. of Rock Island, 111.
The World-HeraJd contains quite
a lengthy article in which a plan is
set forth by Dr. Hillings by which he
claims to be able to cure cholera of
all kinds by a process of incubation
similar to the plan introduced by
Dr. Koch in his famous cansump
tion cure. The discovery doubtless
will be a valuable acquisition to
the scientific investigators.
The state business men's associar
tiori have conceived a novel idea for
advertising the state, by sending
through the east a train load of Ne
braska products.to exhibit as an ad
vertisement of its resources. Asses
nients were made on each county
to defray the expense, $225 was asked
from Cass county, the money to be
raised by subscription. Several
counties have taken hold of the mat
ter and will make a good showing
One man from each county can ac.
company the exhibition train. Cass
is one of the leading counties and
could make a showing to if not lead
ing any other county. Who will
take hold of the matter and see that
Cass is not left out. W. W. Rep.
Julius Pepperberg informs us that
our old friend Hon. Orlando Tefft
while preparing to attend the old
settlers reunion at Union last Sat
urday, met with, a painful though
not a serious accident. As Mr. Tefft
was standing on a trunk readhing
some clothing he suddenly lost his
ballance and before he could regain
his footing, fell backward over the
stair railing and fell headlong down
stairs. He hurt his foot quite se
riously and a small gash cut on his
head, otherwise received only a se
vere shaking up. It was indeed a
narrow escape as the results might
have been far more seripus. Dr.
Brendall. of Murray, is attending
him and in a few days, in all proba
bilities he will be around again.
We Must Make Room For Our Fall Goods
AN EXCITING GAME
Victory Perches on the Banner
of the Leans.
The Second Great Ball Game Between
the Fats and Leans Results in
a Victory For the Leans.
Leans 22 Fats 12.
The second game of ball between
the Fats ami Leans materialized at
the ball park yesterday. As all
were aware that the Fats covered
themselves with glory in the first
game and as indications were that
the second game was to be for
blood a good number of interested
spectators was on the ground long
before the game was called.
The Leans were composed of an
ambitious, sprightly set of boys,
who, apparently, estimated their
strength in comparison with that
of the more sedate Fats about as a
14-year-old son would his enormous
amount and discriminating quality
of knowledge as compared with
that of his father.
So they entered into the game
with a vim, and in the first inning
ran in several scores. It appeared
that the Fats rather acquiesed in
the opinion that the Leans knew
more about the game than they did
and accordingly did not seem to
play with the enthusiasm that usu
ally characterizes good material.
The Leans put Pollock in the box
and the Fats had a decidedly pro
voking time in finding his balls.
But as the game progressed and
the oil around their fatty joints and
muscles began to wax warm the
audience began to conclude if we
may be permitted to use that time,
worn, modernly revised chestnut
that they were decidededly "in it"
after all "in it" to the extent that
the heavy side of the teter board
had the greater number of scores,
but Hackney hustled around and
urged the boys to their utmost,
which, with the aid of an occasional
rank decision from the umpire in
their favor, helped win the game.
R. B. Windham let several of the
oily kind to first by not finding the
ball in time, but he took his spite
out on the ball when he got to bat.
He never failed to arouse the heavy
fielders from their gentle slum
bers. Salisbury, too will make a batter
as he attains maturity, and as a fly
catcher he is clear "out of sight,"'
for he made a "snap" at a fly and
gobbled it up greedily to behold.
Hackney attempted to "rattle" the
heavyweight pitcher and was a re
Fox, of the heavyweights, plajed
first, and it was seldom that thej
could force a ball past him.
On the whole it was a remarkablj'
interesting battle and after the
smoke of battle had cleared away J
and the disabled had been cared
for the summing up indicated that
the Leans were masters of the situ
ation by a score of 22 to 12.
Y. P. S. C. E. Meeting.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the First Pres
byterian church, will meet at 7 p.m.
Sabbath evening-, in the'Sabbath
school room. All members are
urged to be present as it is conse
Messrs Brown & Barrett have just
received a new stock of artists ma
terial and anyone wanting anything
of this kind should call on them
and get their prices which are
away down. l-6tdw
mm - if
Last night occured the social
event ot tne season, i was a cau
tion, the number of people that
went "over the hill to the poor
house" As aforesaid the social giv
en at the residence of J. C. Kiken
bary by the ladies aid society of the
M. K. church was a success in every
sense of the word. There were pres
ent about two hundred people both
eld and young, from the city and
vicinity. The large grounds about
the institution were well lighted
with Japanese lanterns and not
withstanding the cool, chilly atmos
phere, the young folks enjoyed a
jolly time in the open air. The spa
cious parlors of the house were
well tilled with a merry throng
who passed the time in pleasant
conversation and listening to selec
tions 'jy musical talent present.
Only in one particular instance
were the ladies as well as the guests
disappointed. They had miscal
culated in regartl to the number of
people to be present and and
brought only enough cream for a
small portion of the crowd, thus
making it necessary for a large
number to go hungry. However
the social time will long be remem
bered both by those present and the
host and hostess, and allow us to
say that the poor house is not the
worst place in the world to go, un
der the proper circumstances.
The Normal Closes.
Last Saturday closed one of the
most successful institutes ever held
in the county; 135 teachers were in
attendance and all are very enthu
siastic over the work done. Profs.
Noble and Waterhouse deserve a
great deal of praise for their un
tiring efforts to make it a success
in every particular. These two
gentlemen, with Prof. McClelland,
of Plattsmouth, and Mrs. Fdwards,
of Lincoln, comprised the able corps
of teachers who did such satisfac
tory work. Weeping Water Repub
lican. Birthday Annivereay.
Last night fhere gathered at the
home of David M iller a company
of neighbors and friends of the fain
ily tojcelebrate the 80 anniversary
of Mr, Thomas Mitchell's birthday
Mr Sullivan on behalf of the guests
presented to Mr. Mitchell an easy
chair, which will be appreciated by
him in future years.
As Mr. W. W Davis was mowing
weeds on the public highway, he
alighted for the purpose of oiling
his machine, and carelessly stepped
between the horses and the machine
The horses started to move and
luckily instead of being thrown
across the sickle bar he tell on the
machine near the seat. It was in
deed a fortunate escape and Mr.
Davis may well feel dlighted that
the result was not serious.
J. C. Martin, the man arrested yes
terdajr by Chief Archer, was dis
charged from the complaint of
burglarizing, but was fined $5 and
costs on a charge of peddling with
out license. In default of the pay
ment of which he went to jail.
A case of Kroehler vs. Wm. Kniss
for obtaining money under false
pretenses will probably be tried to
morrow. This morning about 10 o'clock
Mr, B.J. Rennells, a switchman, wae
coupling cars, when his left arm
was caught between the bumpers,
breaking his forearm and otherwise
bruising his arm.
Local on the fourth page.
IDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
In order to reduce stock to make room lor our tall purchase
we must close out the balance of our Summer Hock as quickly as pni.
sible. CommenciSto day we will oiler our entire line of white
goods, embroideries llouncings and all overs
At 20 Tor Out Discount From i.Ygulnr Trice,
adies summer vests at 8c
" adies summer vests at 10c
J adies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
Ladies black lisle and ancy
35 worth 45c
Ladies silk mixed vests at 6oc was a bar
Jadias silk vests at $1, reduced from $1.20,
20 per cent, on all ladies shirt waists and
per cent diesount on all our silk umbrellas
Challies reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars Stye quallity
Mousseline de India reduced to tic per yard.
We make this offer in rder to reduce stock Now is the time tc
purchase if in want of any of the above goods. KJvMKMUKK all of our
goods marked in plain figures and we do as we advertise. Don't mis
this sa.e as they are the lowest prices quoted this seasoti.
ONE DOOR EAST FJRST NATIONAL.
J W HEN DEE
HARDWARE, STOVES & IR038".
ZF-TTlvriRS, TINWARE ETC-
SPOT CASH JDIOIS ME WSIIVIKSS
She is a winner. We reduce our
not because somebody compels us
time credit man that can stand it
yuu a lew muic piitrs mat may interest you:
vjuiucn uiciciiiiie oil
Gasoline - -
Warranted Hay Fork -
2.000 odd size carriage bolts -
Another lot of clothes wringers
Carpet tacks -
Cook stoves at cost to close.
Folding ironing boards
Blk barb wire -
Galvanized barb wire ------
Best and cheapest line of tinware in the city
Come in and see us whether you are in need of any goods or a.t.
Remember that we can and will save you money every time. Fverytf-a-ig.
NOT - ONE - CENT - ON - TIME.
Now Coming in
OTTT -3 f OIF1
R. T." DAVIS, Manager.
regular. 10c quality.
regular. 15 quality,
Egyptian cotton vests at
prices because we can afford to
too. Where is the high price, Ion
NOT IN PLATTSMOUTH. We gin
stiM goes at 20c per gal
" " 3.1c each
(tOe per hundnr.l
- - - 2.10
still goat lc per paper
3.70 per hundred
- x PRICES
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