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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1891)
PL1TTSM0UTH, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY SEBTOFKR IM891
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A cream of tartar linking powder.
Highest of hII in leavening strenth.
--Latest U. S. (iovcrniucnt Food Ke-port.
R. A, SALSBURY
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OOI.D AM) VdWCEUMS CROWNS.
Dr. Hlelnsayi aiin-ttlirttfl fir the pginlm tx-
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Fine Gold Work a Sneciallv.
KiK-kwond DIiH-k Vlattumouih, Neb.
THOS POLLOCK R V
Jiotary Public Alwtrvter
A n. a
The council met in regular
hokkIoii nl 8 o'clock. Absent: Peter
sen, Dove, lirown, Larson. A com
niiiniciition from F. K. White wuh
read in rrgurd to.llie building of
a sidewalk long lot 1, b'lk, 18 in
Young ft Hayes' addition, referred
A petition from tiering A Co, pray
ing for a permit to Bell liiior for
medicinal purposes, jn accordance
with, law. On motion of Salisbury
the petition wan granted.
Krporl of police indue and thief
of police wiih referred to the police
Mr. Doniihoe was prcm-nt and
Btated that owing to the building
of the M. P. road near hit land he
did not have hccchh to the main
road, mid asked the city council to
purchase a certain strip of land by
the uhc of which he might have the
required access to his land. After
??.:! dincu-oioii l!.e uiuiter whh re
ferred to a committee for further investigation.
On motion of Gutsehe the report
of the finance committee, an fob
Iowa, was adopted:
TIRITH. UBADINO AND tliru;ll
0 W Grrrn a m
JnncaA PllKPrald mm
Tom KJIH M
un wrniinK 4 54
Wn (HnKfrr a 71
Joa 8etodr ?n
Jaoi Scull ,. 11 no
Robert JiUriMn jo
I'M Hlchcy Mtt
A C Majrea , , w M
LtliDholT Praa v.
Dally Joirnal i.M
Julia WballD( 1 7j
(Jo llumptirry m
Electric l.lr SKluCi 317 St
Kat'mate ol work done Id nilmg dlt b 00
lot 10, b!k M, PlatUmonth 14
On recommendation of cilv rmi.
neer A. C. Mayes wan trranted $: ad
ditional for work done anide from
tipulationi of the cr nract.
R0A0 TA I
Cm Pol. J una
John Vnd mm
00 Potl AO po
Ed RAte 41(4)
A rureei 11 m
Jelin Mou toe jj jo
frank Archer 1 (a
C A Miller, iaI lee'jr Ore dcpl t 00
8 8 Ardifcr, nl for Au m 00
Kubt Kara, Al tor Aug v M
A resolution was preseuted to the
effect tht srrrtcra of the present
chief of police be discontinued.
Murphy, in moving the adoption of
the resolution, said that while he
was aware that the committee a p.
pointed to investigate the matter
had not yet reported, it Appear d o
turn that the developments full
sustained the charges and that, in
ins opinion, it would be more satis,
factory to all concerned to Dusa the
resolution, and not have the report
spread upon the city records.
Salisbury argued that the council
nau not the authority to adopt the
resolution until the report of the
committee had been received, and
in proper respect to the roinmiiti.f
he favored hearing its report before
vounif lor tne resolution, rlur
phy's motion to adopt was amended
on motion of Gutsche, to lay on the
table, and passed us amended.
On motion of Salisbury the oeti 1
lion that the hose house on Main
street be turned n referred to tti
committee on tire and water, with
power to act.
There beinir no further business
the council adjourned.
11 you nave real esti.te to sell or
exchange send ns description, price
Abetmcts of title furnished at reus
f fcOWtoIoan at 7'i percent and
'.0i)0 to loan at V
win commlsf ionx,
' I farm saTiirii
f'OXOCK A J1YKKS
J'LATtf MDLTIt . - XtU.
tide under ("ai i'uuntjr rluk,
.VSON A PEARCK
$ HAVK KK KIV Kl
n 1!r, luiri lilitioiia, tlim and qullli
'J"! 01 !( M"liloii rniie hAii haU
M. L. Duulap, the mail ngent on
the Schuyler train, was called to
Valentine, Nebraska, yesterday on
account of 11 sick mother there. A
man by the name of Cain is hold
ing down his run while he in gone,
II. C. Mc.Maken has in his posses
sion some samples of the largest
wheat and oats we have ever seen.
The wheat measures five feet four
inches and the oats five feet. He
will have it on exhibition at the
June Itlack is engaged extensive
ly in buying apples. He has sev
eral hundred bushels now on hand
and more are coming in every day.
Those desiring to see some excel
lent samples of Cass county's fruit
should call upon Mr. Mark and
look through his storehouse.
J. J. Chandler wishes to an
nounce through the columns of
TllK IlKNAI.D that the dilferences
between Mrs. Chandler and himself
have been satisfactorily adjusted,
and that henceforth matters will
run smoothly between them. Mr.
Chandler also wishes to counter,
mand the notice inserted a few
days since, that he would not be re
sponsible for Mrs. C's. debts.
AW A'id fpil. TtlV halai full
- I Imm if ImhV hUMla unA In nr.
tl I.I dftk( nlrl lltlM'k nut Iiawm rm
nr nai. to C and U
t iae ul baby h-xio-a
ft l.i tor old mora
Jd their maw ailir n
7fl e lalriiiu
The opera house was packed Inst
night with an enthusiastic audience.
which had been drawn to see "I.ove
Finds a Way," acted by the popular
little favorite, Katie Putnam. A
Gay Howard, Miss Putnam outdone
all her former efforts in this ritv
and kept her audience alternately
in tears and laughter during the
entire evening. The singing and
dancing specialties she introduced
were new and were most accept
able. The supporting company is
stronger this season than last.- St.
You will Miss a rare treat if you
fail to see Miss Putnam to-morrow
Secure your tickets for "Ixive
Finds a Way" by the Katie Putnam
company at the opera house to
morrow night. The management
guarantees a line performance.
The Expoatilon Olosen.
The .Nebraska City Kxpositiou
proper, closed last evening but the
theater held in connection will be
continued the rest of the week. The
exposition on the whole has been a
success, and fully met the expects
tions of the most sanguine of its
V7 uh ni.a
In order to reduce stock to make room for ou'
we miiBt close onttholiW ..,.- c ' . '
.i 1 , . " "in uiiiiliner BlOCk HA rm
Bible. Conimencirir to dav u-r. tt.;n r 6Wt-K.a8'u
crnn.l- ...,.i..M.:.." n J. uur umire line
b , u,utMfi iiounciiigs and all oven t
go l'cr Ctnno 1e,rular pfjcc
Jadies summer vests at 8c regula71qy
Jadies summer vests at 10c regular. 15 quality,
liallonn ascension to-morrow.
Another Old Citnen Con.
Jonathan Heckner died at the home
of Mr. C. S. Twiss, last' evening at
10.30 p.m. age 75 years. Funeral
will k f.lace from the home of
Mr.C. S. Twiss, Thursday morning
Mr. Heckner is an old resident of
this city, having made this his
home for the past nineteen years
Delegates to the county conven-
uon irom I'lattsmouth precinct
were Ciioseii at tne nrimarv u fnl. .. ' I '.
lows: j.c.Kikenbary.iienry Eike,.. dies black and fancy ribbed vests P5c worth tfr
bary, A. H. Taylor. S. M. Thomas I ' WUI 111 0C
t has Jean, Wm. Wettenkamp.
noes Bluff Preninot.
I'rimary met persuant tn rati ,..1
the following delegates to thecoun-
ty convention were seclecteib W
A. Holmes. Win. frnvnl r ti,a,.
j ( iiuiiiun
l tonnes, I. w. Herger. lohn McC.n
neha, Geo. IJoyd, A. Root, Thomas
Lad35trth4tcan,ianCyEi'ryPtlan COtt0n vcsts at
Ladies silk mixed
a t 7Rn
vests at 6oc was a bar-'
Good racing to-day.
Do not forget the balloon asceu-
sion and parachute doscensioti
which also takes
Radios silk vests at $1, reduced from $1.28.
tOI.I) Asn MJtOr.LAINTROWNS
UrA? rk and fine gold Kuik
UK STKINAI B UX'Al. a ell aa other la-
exiii'urtiiiirna iiirine iiaiuieu eiiraotioo of
MARSHALL, KitijcwaM RW
No, 4 this morning had s car of
Kd Shriuer is spending the,day in
tiinaha to day.
Capt Hennctt was an Omaha pss
engef this morning,
A. Clark was a pauacugcr for
Omaha this morning.
John SchippagiisHe is buying
Iruit in OmohH to day.
Mrs. J. L, Minor win an Omaha
passenger this morning.
ira. ani Miuinaker was pas
senger forOmahii to-day.
W. If. I a Roy, the balloonist cam
in on .No. S this morning.
Henry Streight returned from
McCook on No. 2 last evening
E. Y. Black shipped a car load of
hogs to South Omaha to-duy.
A. H. Todd and Jacob Tritw h
were passengers for Lincoln this
Mrs. H.C. McM.icket li lt on No.
fl this morning to attend there union
at Red Cloud.
Mrs. I. P. Myers, who has been
visiting aelatives, near Rock-Muff
for two weeks returned on No. 2 last
evening to her home at Sugar Grove
Secretary Miller informs us that
from the present outlook everything
continues favorable for a successful
fair. Nearly :X)rntries were made
yesterday, but by noon today the
number will be greatly increased.
The program as announced will be
adhere?! to, strictly, and all may
come relying upon havingproniises
fulfilled in every instance.
From 7,1)00 to 8,0f:0 visitors will be
granted an opportunity of looking
through floral hall and inspecting
exhibits in general.
At 'i.Si the racing will commence:
First, trot, mile heats, best three in
five, for a purse of f 73.
Amateur bicycle race, half mile
heats, for a pri.e valued at .U).
Gentlemen s roadsters' race, for a
purse of $,Ttl.
ill the afternoon. For one who h as
never seen this remarkable perform
a nee. it is u-i-ll worth ..
i in tl v oi
nu in mr It'll,
Everj body goes to the fair.
A F-riyhlened Team.
Jas. M. Muir's team waa fright
ened to day by the oiierturning of
an organ box in front of his store on
Sixth street, and proceeoed to run
at a very rapid rate. At the corner
of Mu ck's furniture store the vehi
cle was over-turned and damaged
considerably. The team ran as for
east as the track and then turned
hihi siarien up me track. They
were soon raptured. It is fortunate
that no one was hurt.
Thiee hundre 1 enterics this mom
We have sold Ely's ('ream Halm
about three years, and have re
commended its use in more than a
hundred special cases of catarrh.
i ne unanimous answer to our in
quiries is, "It's Hie best remedy that
I have ever used. Our experience
is. that wtiere parties continued its
nse.it never fails to cure.- I. II.
Montgomery, A Co.. hniggjutd, De-
When 1 began using Ely's Cream
Halm my catai rh was so bail I had
headache the whole time and dis
charged a large amount of filthy
: 'imiii i. i iiiii nun alumni eniireiy
! disappeared and have not had hcad-
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( m in- ni.ii.-iu e. j. ooiiiiiii-iijncpnticy,
0 0 per cent, on nil ih IDC I-Viint
j " -
gO per cent dicsount on all our silk umbrellas
We iti:ik iiu.,ir... i.. i .. .
riurrhasn if i.. . ",.r reuuce Mock -Now is the time to
' prices quoted this season,
ONE DOOR EAST FIRST NATIONAL.
TIME HAS COME
1 he finest line of Neckwear llui.
ami Caps at JOES, the one price
Hair Inline, rings, crosses
hair wotk gt all kinds to order.
Ms-. A. Km ek
' ITM Ixicust St.
iu HIUWUUIIHIII'IIS, II
If von want to sen iii.-.. , I.. ..i
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nr. I ...n.l.i .... f I...I. I
v MMiniig you Stlollli)
go to jiM-, nnu looh lua stock over
in an at iiiii-ri.it i,...,..
ceived a fine tin of Imported tooth
huh nan nriislies, cloth nm hair
vrusnes. i rices away down. If
each $10 worth of goods
at Tlie Far are not
"Daubs' but real artists
Sec our 5, 10. and 2,i
cent counters for IJarjalns
K. F. ESCIIER
Plaiiamouin Buainaa Collafaa.
TllK 1IEKAU a few ilavs since
noted the fact that the board of
education was considering the mat
ter of adding a business course to
our public schools, and we are uow
able to announce that plans have
been perfected by which pupils of
our city schools may receive a busi
ness education at home, The
board has secured the services of
Prof. C. I). Ewing, formerly princi
pal and proprietor of the Omaha
Husiness College, and that gentle
man will be ready for work Sept. 21.
I'rof. Ewing informs us that he!
will fit one for active IiuuIm.,.
using the methods, and as nearlv
s possible giving the same prac
tical instruction, as ifiven inareu-n.
Isr bun! liens colleve.
In addition to the reuular school
during the day, an evening session
in ir held, thereby ac ct.niinn.lui.
Ing m great number that may not be
permitted to attend the day session.
I UK JIKttAI.H believes that tliia
step is ( mmeiidablesnd affords
opportunity of which every student,
mat lias romplet-d the regular
work, or those who think they can
not pursue the regular course
the high school longer, should
There will be no charges for tui
tion to those pupils attending Hi-
regular day session, but a reason
able tuition fee will be charged
meiuk-ers of the night school.
Tub 1Ikkai.ii should like to see
this enterprise maintained, and
trusts that our school board may
receive the hearty co operation of
pnlrona and friends of our city
Lova Find. Away
Winsome Katie Putnam played
Mr. ("has Da.ey's splendid drama
"Ixive Finds a Way," to a large
audience, at theGrand Opera llom-e
Monday night. Time has denlt
gently with Katie, and she is as
bright nnd pretty, and aa graceful
and lively as she was years ago
and she nets with just as much
spirit as in days of yore. Mr.
Daxey witnessed Miss Putnam's
rendition of his play for the Hist
time Monday night and was much
pleased with its production. The
largest audience, in which were a
number of the dramatist's relatives
und personal friends, was perfectly
delighted, .and pronounced it
... . . ...
oesi attraction that has nppeart
here this year. At the end of the
second act Miss Putnam was called
before the c
with a. beautiful bouquet
Miss Putnam, 'will appear at the
Waterman neit Wednesday niuht
in "Love Finds a Way" secure your
tickets now on sale at J. P. Young's
hoiild Iwizin to
tli ink Hhontyoiir
We have jiiht re
ceived ten canes
of ladies, chi.
drene, mens, am
tiiuiiiit'iic t n r
Who Was iiiii
ing money h
m . a .
t f.W M
dicpotse of part
of tin's years pro
duct of his mill
at a sacrifice, his
and we bought
the goods at Icks
than their ac
tual value, to
start this under
wear we intend
to make some
SPECIAL OFFERS TO EARLY BUYERS
Childrens all wool Scarlet Shirts and drawers, si
sizes runniiig larire enough to lit a .child twelve
ONLY 3Tic EACH.
Snftffll Nil f'hildrens heavy liutural wool colored ShirU
IfUVIlll lllfa iw and Drawers rtinninir ill same sizes as the scar
let only 'Vi cts a irarment. You rnn'l iiffnnl tn Imv ihn l.,ii, (.. l. ......
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childrens underwear when we can sell you them ready made so cheap.
Special No, 3
Mens extra heavy ribbed natural wool colored
shirts and drawers all sizes only 39 cts EACH.
ii,,. GiiAiSnl tin. 4 Ladies heavy merino Shirt and Drawer a
red ' trimmed, a very nice garment, that is universally
aoiii ui.aj cis; vie sen at ail cts ft A CM.
.111111,1, ll IUIICU
Zt!C''Xl Special Floor Oil Cloth Bargains
stoves, etc ut nn I v 'J.V t...r . ,,r,l w.. t i . .
designs and widths.
Ulpnkets or Bed Comforts y?i0U"e,',UnT,s:,ve""
" ca land we will anrnri..
Attend the fair.
Cant. W. A. Abbett. who bus lnn.r
I . &f 'z
iii eu wuh i-iesnrs. i recivat and
I Litton, Keal Estate and insurance
lirokers, Des Moines, Iowa and is
one of the best known und most re.
spected business men in that city
says: "I can testify to the good
iiiiiiiiies oi i iiamlierlain s Cough
Keniedy. Having used it in my
iiiiiiijv mr me iihht eiiriif Mmn i
( - P. - .....r., a
can sately say it has no e.iual for
either colds or croup." .Klcent liot-
lies lor sale ly r. Ii. Frit ke
von with oriena V li.iv.. 1, u.
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give good value for your money.
suit anyones pockelbook and will
Best English Linoleum
62j, cents a square yanl. A special bar
gain at the price.
New Stock of Shoes Just Keceivei
The new remodeled
piiHsed through to-day
During the last week we have received from New Entrland fu,-i,i...
case, of Ladies, Misses, Childrens, Mens and boys shoes, Hmong them
are unprecedented bargains. Call and see us, and let us show you
how cheap, solid, serviceable a shoe can be sold.
i enri Meiim cookers for sale bv
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WM. HjEROLD & SON.
j. im ihutk go and hcc I hem
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