The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, September 11, 1891, Image 1

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NUMl'SH 316
Daily Herald
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J Absolutely pure.
ream ot tarinr wising powuer.
. st of nil in leavening strenth.
Mt V. S. Government Food Ke-
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f lim-liou ot li-rih.
J iuc Gold Work a Specially .
Tood ni-w-k " atf!itu!n;?M.
.trjr i'ubllc iMmW Solicitor
. Eitate, Loi snd Iimrsnc Ajp-uU
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j you have real estate to sell or
' :iange fend tisdescription, price
; terms.
straits of title furnished nt reas
onable ruti'H.
. .00.000
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to Ion if at "'a
percent and
com Missions, 1)11 good
, f ,r ';n security.
...iSmouu - Neh.
Itridgn work anil fins gold work a
"smSATB l"'At. M ll M 0ttir!iuj
btl.'JiKlen fur lln i.liilnUctiiin m"
. MARSHALL Fitgendd '"
. S. White is in Omaha today.
'l. Witte is in Omaha to day on
. ninesH ti'tp.
Faiight departed last evening
. 1'helps Neb., for a visit with
' id.
r. II. C. Wheeler hnn returned
;i an extended vlHit to friend nt
-rn'H City.
j'enry Kikenbary nnd daiiRliter
"? otit were pnwnirerH on So. 3
Lincoln last evening.
o. I'eck is trntinactinjr the bum-
i ut the bafcafre room during
!S almi-nce of Mr. Ilollinter from
' ' ux nlr Kin Van Winkle Co.
i;ioniW night, don't fail to nee
. '"-tfeet parade by the Knicken
1 jeer Comet band.
work at the court houae in
; vresiing, and ere long it will be
' Stublixhed fact that Can county
Vi ceurt-rootn that will compare
Frably with thoac of adicent
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'I'hiTO will ! divine Hcrvice in the-Pi-rchvteriaii
tiuiriii on ntxt Sab
bath at II a. in. find 7::V) I ' ''i
bath Sclninl at !i ::iln. ill. Y. I'. S. C.
:. at 7 p. in. ' '-21
The little viMidi-frt Mt-fiiie mid
Ib'iulri. k in tlirir hhiish anddaiici'M
with the Kip Van Winkle company
to-morrow ninht. Iin't fail to net
and heai tlirm. V'nci'H, 3, 50, and
7.1, children "i'c.
H. W. Kockford has purchased
from liirf former partner, L. K.
Kowe, hiH iiiterent in the Hhooting
gallery and in now running the con
cern on his own hook. He appear."
to be doing a profitable buHineHH.
II. C. McMaken.our genial friew
wan u puHHentrer for Lincoln this
morning. He gocn principally to
attend a reunion of bin old regiment
but he in too patriotic a citizen to
miHH viwitihg the (date fair before
Thk Hkralii has Hiiccecded in
securing the services of a npecial
correnpondent from the city Hchooln
by the aid of whom we shall be able
to keep our readers informed in re-
The first column of notes appear
in to-day's Doubtless they
will continue to increase in interest
as the term progresses. Patrons of
the schools arc always desirous of
learning as to school work and THE
IlF.KALt) shall endeavor to keep
abreast of the time in the matter.
Mrs. L. C. Becker, who met with
the misfortune of having her house
and household goods swept by
flames lust spring near Union, has
now under construction a mansion
that will be a credit to Liberty
tirtririrt. The main buildinir it
Self is 3tx:5 with a rock cellar, and
will be two story's with all modern
conveniences. The building is
being built of brick that are ship
ped to Union from the steam brick
yard at Nebraska City. It is ex
pected to be completed by Oct. 13.
J. M. Oallaher, traveling freight
and stock agent for theM. I road
made the IlKKALD office a pleasant
call this morning. lie informs us
that trains will be running regular
ly from I'lattsmouth making con
nections at Union for St. Joe, Kan
sas City, St. Ixiuis, and also Weeping
Wnter, and Lincoln. Thus parties
desiring to visit points in either!
direction from Union will be ac
comodated by the M. I. See the
time card in another cohinin. In
the event of any changes in the
time-card our readers will be in
formed in regard to it.
Waaping Wator Rapublloan Clipping
Tuesday's Hec in speaking about
the Uuion cut-off of the Mo. Pacific
road, says that "comcencing last
Sunday a mixed train will leave
I'lattsmouth at 10:33 a. in. and ar
rive at Union in one hour. Return
ing it will leave Uuion at 3 p. tir
arrive at I'lattsmouth at 4 p. m.
The distance between stations is
11.9 miles. This service is no
quite so good as the I'latts
monthlies e.'tpccted but they may
in months to come get better ac
commodation. Krd Uorder returned from I'latts
mouth hist week. He is undecided
yet whether he will remain here
permanently or not, as business
requires his attention in I'latts
mouth. If he decides to return to
the latter piace he wiil probably
sell out. Fred has many friends
here that would reiret to see him
leave and hope matters may be so
arranged that his business will con
tinii? ber? i!idr niiwrvixbiii.
Una is certainly a gool paying
point, equal if not better than Plaits-
Misses Luella Mathews and Mabel
Hayes favored the high school with
a pleasant visit Tuesday afternoon.
That was a lovely boqtiet that
Prof. Barr gave to the assistant
principal Wednesday noon, wasn't
We have not been able to get
down to Bolid work thin week on ac
count of a delay in getting the text
books. They are all in now and
work will progress in earnest next
The time for closing will be 4:00
o'clock, p. in., every day, Friday in
cluded. This does not please the
majority of the scholars, who have
been accustomed to being dis
missed at :W o'clock on Friday.
Few notes could be gathered this
week on account of the rush of
work, but we present these hiping
they will be of interest to the
reader and promising to do what
we can to make the notes more into
renting each succeeding week.
There is to be n flag raising next
week at the high school to which
the public in invited. An appro
priate program will be rendered
and a beautiful ten foot American
flag will be raised above the build
ing while the entire school will sing
"The Star-Spangled Banner." The
date will be announced in The
To-dny closed the first week of
e greatest living Trick Bog
jiider must be seen to be appre
'd,tthc opera house to-mor-Inight;
he takes u prominent
fin the performances of Kip and
4. constant companion,
fner. Jewel, a young man whom
y will remember as a new
j-r, anil who recently went to
.erwith a view ol benefitting
u-alth, has returned to I'hitts
th. It uppers that the Denver
ate did not prove beneficial.
are titilhorucd to say that L.
ickholf is not a candidate for
uirer and will not uccept the
r. F.ickholl feels
friends who have
gt'il their support and urged
candidacy j and duly nppre
rs an iavor exicnueu, out ne
that he cannot accept the
and do justice to his business
ieful to his
;:irl Steam cookers for sole by
i lender A Co, go and see them
eiich $10 worth of Roods
jit 'The ra r arc not
"Diiuhs" but real artists
Sec our 5, 10 and 25
cent counters' for Ilargalns
the school term beginning Sept. 1,
18tl a term which bidB fair to be
one of the most, if not TUB most,
successful terms in the history of
the I'lattsmouth Educational Ad
vances. The buildings are all in
good condition, the pupils ambiti
ous, the teachers energetic, and the
management enterprising a com
bination that cannot fail of success.
It is a fact that we are to have a
good base bull club in connection
with the school, called the Hi"'
School Nine. We wouldn't be sur
prised if, next year, Prof. McClel
land would invite some otherschool
(say the Nebraska City schools) over
to enjoy a field day with us, in
which event our club would be kind
enough to "show them how to play
ball." We will announce the names
of the boys who compose the club
when the organization is perfected.
The hih school building 1st lo be
provided with signal flags before
the close of next week. A square,
white flag, with blue center, will he
the signal to "get ready," and will
be hoisted about 8.30 o'clock. A few
minutes before 0:( ) o'clock a
"danger" signal will go up. It wr?l
be a square, red flag, with white
center, which will apprise the
pupils of the fact that they have
but a very short tune in which to
Kel to m.hool. Then at 0.00 o'cIik k
the royal star-spangled banner will
wave over the school, which will
mean, of course, that all's well.
The school opened Monday with
an enrollment of fill. At theopening
of last year's term the total enroll
ment w;;s 77M, making a majority
for this year of 03. The entire en
rollment at the close of last term
was 1200; so, the present rate of in
crease we may well expect to have
at least HO pupils in the public
H:hnol3 before the end of tlic
present term. Many of the old
pupils of last term who expect to
go to school again this year have
not come in as yet, and, there are
g.-eat numbers of new scholars
coming in ail the tune. What we
want is for the parents and the pub
lie in general to encourage the
management by sending their
children to school and speaking a
good word for the school whenever
the opporthnity present itself; 'and
then we may expect the "Young
American" of Platlsiuouth at least,
to be well trained and tireoared for
the responsibilities of liie before
Merry Woddi u. llu.
One of lhe most pleat-ant events
that has happened in Heaver C ity
for some time vas the marriage
ceremony at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. K. W. Harvey, Wednesday,
Sept. 9, which was performed by
Rev. J. C. A. Martin of the First
Methodist church. The high con
tracting parties were Mr. Dio B.
Smith, of Plattsniotith, Neb., and
Misn Clara A, Harvey, of this city.
Mr. J. I). Young and Miss Mary
Smith, of Plattsinouth, acted as
groomsman and bridesmaid.
The groom is a bright nnd prom
ising young man and a trusty em
ploye of the locomotive department
of the B. i M. K, K. at I'lattsmouth,
where the happy couple will reside
in the future.
The bride is nn accomplished
young lady and is esteeitu-d as such
by nil of her acquaintances. She is
the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
K. W. Harvey, a highly respected
The costumes worn were very
elaborate, thut of the bride deserv
ing special mention, which was of
white fallie, decorated with pearls,
silk lace n,nd "range blossoms.
That of the bridesmaid was also
very pretty, consisting of cream
serge, trimmed with cream valeucie
lace. T.he groom and groomsman
were dressed in piain black of the
regulation style.
The ceremony wus performed at
high noon in the presence of about
twenty-five invited guests. After
congratulations all repaired to the
dining room, where a bountiful
table of delicacies had been pre
pared. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were the
recipients ot many very line gmsoi
esteem, a list of which could not be
obtained. The Tribune joins many
friends in offering congratulations
and well wishes. Beaver Vulley
In order to reduce etock to make, room f,.r mir f .n ,,,.,.1,
we muB close out the balance of our Summer btock as quickly as poa
Bible Ummei.cing to day we will oiler our entire line ot white
goods, embroideries llouncings and all overs
AtSOPcr Cent 1)1 count Frcm Kesular Price,
Jjidies summer vests at 8c regular. 10c quality.
Jadies summer vests at 10c regular. 15 quality,
Jjidies black and fancy ribbed vests 25c worth 35c.
Ladles black lisle and ancy Egyptian cotton vests t
35 worth 45c
Ladies silk mixed vests at 6oc
was a bar-
Jadias silk vests at $1, reduced from $1.28,
20 per cent, on all ladies shirt waists and
iO per cent dicsount on all our silk umbrellas
B. I'. Foster left this morning on
No. S for Denver and Salt I.nkeCity.
He goes as a representative from
this place as a delegate to the Irri
gation Congress which meets in
Salt I-nke City next week. This Is a
commendable move, for if irrigation
will convert the almost barren
spots of the west into profitable
agricultural (land, every opportu
nity to assist in the work should be
used. It is probable that the con
ference will result In asking for an
appropriation f.-on: the l S. con
gress to carry out their plans.
A Platlamouth Viaitor in Mnina.
Mrs. M. M. Kichardson, of this
city, who is now visiting in Maine,
sends us a copy of the Belfast
Republican Journal with a marked
article descryuive of a visit of tine
of Uncle Sawi's new vessels to Bel
fast. The article demonstrates that
our navy, while not as complete as
that of oilier nations, Is fully in
keeping with the demands, and the
vessels make a favorable impression
upon those who behold them. We
reproduce the article, which is as
"The visit of the White Squadron
is an event in the history of Bclfust,
mid those who have witnessed the
packed craft of I'ncle Sam's new
navy at anchor in our beautiful
bay will always recall it with pleas
ure. Years hence our young people
of to day will tell to the little pratt
lers of that day how the stately
ships steamed grandly tuist Tutle
Head and up the bay, and how all
the populace turned out to welcome
them; of the visits to the ships,
these wonders ot modern construe
tion, with their death-dealing bat
teries anil explosives, their intri
cate machinery, and the many de
vices new and strange to those
familiar with the now obsolete
wooden hips. The latter, however,
are still dear to patriotic Americans
who love to recall their victories
ovrr foreign loes.Hiid names of the
heroes who trod their decks. Con
ditions have changed, but there has
been no change in American valor,
and should occasion arise the new
navy will not be found wanting in
men or metal.
"Our little city did its best in the
way of entertaining its disl'p-
guisiied guests: out over and aliove
the slight courtesies extended we
trust they felt in some degree the
cordial welcome in every heart,
W e are n sea faring people; deep
water sailors many t us; tliesin''!e
town of Senrsport alone furnishing
about one third of the commanders
of the American ship afloat to-day
lhe mariners of Waldo county
have carried the flag to every
loreign port and have met our men
ot-war on every sea. inline are
naval veterans of the civil war
while us to our ladies, it is but
natural that they should 'dearly
love a sailor. It would be strange
then It the visit ol the W Into Squad
roil was not appreciated as it de
verves, and as highly as in any
other port of the country; and we
think there can be no question but
that is the fact.
We are glad to hear that our bay
and our city favorably impressed
the. visitors. Indeed, they were
more than complimentary, and we
thi nk every citien of Belfast holds
his head just a little higher to day
because of the encomiums pro
nounced upon which he has inward
ly felt to le about the beet place on
earth, and the handsomest liny in
the world. If thus an additional
fclimulus has been uiven to lot-
pride no harm has been done, and
we are sure that the object lessons
in patriotism afforded by the na
tiou's defenders will not be lost
upon our young America."
We make this offer in order to reduce stock Now is the time to
mrchase if in want of any of the above iroods. KKMKMBKR all of our
gooda markr-d in plain luren and we do as we advertise. Don't miss
this sa.e us they are the lowest prices quoted this season,
The finest line of Neckwear, Hats
and Caps at JDK'S, the one price
Local on fourth page.
Brown A Barrett have just re
Ceived a Tine line of imported tooth
and nail brushes, cloth and hair
brnskrs. l'rices away down. tf
Challies reduced to 5 cents per yard, regulars 8tc quallity
Mousseline de India reduced to lie per yard.
When you
clionld begin to
think about your
tall underwear.
We have just re
ceived ten cased
of ladies, chil
drens, men, and
wys underwear
direct from a
manufac turer
wlio was need
ing money and
willing to
. i vi i
3 rfVJEfc '4t-
dispose of part
of this years pro
duct of his mill
at aeacriiicc, his
misfortune was
our opportunity
and we bought
the goods at less
than their ac
tual value, to
start this under
wear we intend
to make some
jjcvi . nixes ruuuiiiK
years old. ONLY Xc KACH.
Childrens all wool Scarlet Shirts and drawers, all
Ififge enough to fit s cr
natural wool colored Shirts
rt I AT O Childrens heavy
OJjCvlill 11 u. Hj Drawers running in same sizes as the scar
let only Zr) cts a garment. You can't afford to buy the cloth to make your
childrens underwenr when we enn sell you them ready made so cheap.
1 tJ Mens extra h?nvy ribbed natural wool colored"
OpOClill HO, U nhirts and drawers all sizes only 39 cts KACH.
C 1 Na 1 I-mlie" heavy merino Shirt and Drawers, Silk
o)CCIll Il0j 'x trimmed, a very nice garment, that is universally
sold at 30 cts; We sell at 39 cts EACH.
Special Floor Oil Cloth Bargains ItnS
stoves, etc at only 25c per square yard.
designs and widths.
We have it in several ditferent
BIMcts or Bed Comforts IlZrStn
you with prices. We have then
give good value for your money.
us' a
unyones pocketbook and will
Best English Linoleum
C'-'i cents a square yard,
gain at the price.
A special bar-
How Stock of Shoes Just Received.
During the last week we have received from New England factories 59
rases of Ladies, Misses, Childrens, Mens and boys shoes, among them
are unprecedented bargains. Call and see us, and let us show you
how cheap, solid, serviceable a shoe can be sold.