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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1891)
aBi. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY 0C10BER 9 1891
foi tartar baking powder,
A all in leavening strenth
tJ. S. Government Food Re-
R. A. SALSBURY
: D-E-N-T-I-S-T :-
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CKOWNS.
Dr. Stein way 8 anesthetic fertile iiiIi-i ex
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block riattsinoiilli. Net,
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
Notary Public & Abstracter Solicitor
eal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents
If you have real esU.te to well or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at 1i per cent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOTK & HYERS
1 L A TTSMOIITH - NE.
Office under Caws County Bank.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. Will give prompt rtiulOL
to all bunines entrusted to him. Otilce id
Union block, Eaot Side. Plattcmouth, Neb.
AWSON & PEARCE
Tk nl full p) uo foiiAv ri)tKniui Hn Uiwl iillUlM
V 1 aiso a lot ot new faehioo cone snap hats
r ....... ... n .A. 'I imv ri iv. villi
Hue ol baby hood and in or
der to close old stock out have re
duced their draw eailor natf to 40 and to
75 cets trimmed,
MISS SCHUYLER. TR1MMKR.
HAVE JUST KECIVEI) A FULL LINE OF
FALL AND WIN TEE HATS AND
We also have a dress making department. Sat
Sherwood Stoke. Plattsmouth
UOLD And PORCELAIN CKOWN8 -Bridge
work and fine gold work a
OB. 8TEI NADS LOCAL as well as other lim
estheticsgiven for the painless extract ion o'
Ci A.' MARSHALL
- Fitzgerald -'
MJm, SITCTH STREET
F. H. ELLEN BAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
y " ,F3ggs and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
m am SIXTH STREET f
Steepness night made miserable
' that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
T is the cure for you, by F. G
i ik. rd O H Snyder. 2
c .' frequently . finds a housc-
' ' "rrrrn rrl frit- its visit wtiilo
.aity with which it develops
ir instant treatment. For
. 2T?rous disease AVer's Cher-
rvl is an admirable remedy.
. many lives every year.
' Itii house,-
..wf and Dr,
,u palrons fof the
.ryroan arrived home yes
' from a trip to Iowa. He
flight back a bird, band box and
Hon. Vm. McKeighan will be at
Plattsmouth Oct. 16th, to discuss
the political situation from an inde
pendent stand poit.
George Yapp, the brag twirler for
the Plattsmouth. ball club, will be
married to-morrow at Schuyler to
Miss Threlkeld of that place.
Patrick Hayes fell from a load of
lath one day last 'week and broke
his chin. He will be crippled in
that department for some time on
account of it.
The El in wood Leade the new
paper of that city, arrived last week
with the name of R. D. Root at its
head. The Leafier proposes to en
dorse tin- best of everything that is
to be had and starts out with a good
patronage. Success to the Leader
and a welcome to Cass. Next.
Frank Dickson of Plattsmouth,
the republican candidate for county
clerk, was a social caller at these
headquarters last Saturday. He
has quite recently been called upon
to part with his only child six
mouths old. The many friends of
the family in this section sympa
thize with him in his loss.
Two men were observed stealing
fish splices, bolts washers and etc
from the B. & M. freight house this
moririiig. The police was at once
notified and he succeeded in capt
uring one of the culprits just as he
xvim leaving with an arm load of
coveted rail road iron. The other
one is still at large.
The men.hvho are strangers, came
up the river in a boat, and it is
thought they comtemplated secur
ing a boat load of plunder and dis
posing of it at the most convenient
place. Such fakirs as these should
be punished to the full extent of
the law as doubtless they will be.
Their trial will probably be held
Jf You Want
a chrap home, or a good invest
ment, on good terms, attend the
auction sale of all the real estate of
the late J. V. Weckbach on Wednes
day, Oct. 14. 185)1, in front of the
county judge's office.
F. R. GUTHMAN, Adni'r.
The Deaf wil! be Glad he is Coming.
It cannot fail to be of interest to
many of our readers to know that
Mr. H. A. Wales, of Bridgeport,
Conn., has agreed to visit Omaha
Oct. 8th, and will be at the Millard
Hotel. Mr. Wales is the inventor of
the Sound Discs, which has at
tracted such widespread attention
throughout the civilized world, and
to the use of which is largely cred
ited the decrease in deafness shown
in the late census.
Good Fvening! Have you used
Ah! there is no need of my saying
anything further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
Famous Bludi of Roses for your
complexion. Yours with "best
Flora A. Jones.
South Bend, Ind.
P. S. Call this eve please at O. H.
Snyder and learn the particulars.
To Coal Cohsumer.
All those that do not settle
their last season's coal bills with
me by the l()th of Oct. next will not
expect to have any. accomidations
from me this season of course.
Office and yards 404 South Third
street. Telephone, 13.
I always try to have a full line of
all grades of coal on hand.
tf Timothy Clark.
Plattsmouth, Sept. 22, 1891.
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Childrens
all wool underwear and be
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
call and see our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you seen tiiose nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 05 and 75 cents
ritchfield is in Omaha
John Becker i. an Omah
C. C. Parmele returned from Lin
coln this morning.
A. C. Lodger came in from Green
wood this morning.
Elias Sage was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
H. C. McMaken is transacting
business in Omaha to-day.
A good literary society is a much
needed enterprise for the winter.
Rev. J. M. Wood returned from
Palmyra last evening on the flyer.
Mrs. Wm. Tiffany left this morn
ing for York, where she will partici
pate in a family reunion to be held
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig depart on
the llyer for the east this evening,
with a view of recuperating Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Campbell and
little daughter leave on No. 3 this
evening fora visit with relatives in
Walter Dyke, chief clerk of the
B. & M., and Iv. F. Johnson, princi
pal of schools at Pacific Junction,
wTe in the city last evening.
Rev. L. F. Britt will arrive in the
city to-morrow morning and con
duct services at the M. IS. church
Sunday morning and evening at
the usual hours:
The city council meets next Mon
' To-day is one of the finest fall
days that is ever" experienced in
The Goldens are in the citj and
will present "The Martyr" at the
The pay car arrived this morning
and made the boys in the employ of
the B. Sl M., happy.
Butter and eggs are scare upon
onr market. Poor roads may be
assigned as the reason.
The onera house management
has arranged a splendid list of at
tractions for the winter.
The Goldens support a fine blind
as rvas evidenced hy their playing
upon the streets at noon to-daj
Vegetables should be cared for at
once as jack frost has put a damper
on their further developement.
Arrangements for the advertising
train are gradually being perfected.
It will be a success and will have
the desired effect.
The republican county central
committee mfcets at Weeping
Water to-morrow. There should
be a full attendance.
W m. Saddler, who has been
the county the past week deliver
ing fruit trees left via the M. P road
for St. Joe, Mo., this morning-.
This is the season when clothing is
in demand. Those having it for
sale should make it known through
the columns of The Herald.
H. J. Streight, of Plattsmouth,
quarter-master-general, was in the
city j'esterday and called atG.A. R.
headquarters. Lincoln Journal.
Mrs. M.wGrassnian of Schuyler J
who has oeen visiting in the city
the past week, left for Hamburg
this morning where she will visit
Beatrice is looking forward to
t'ie coining of the famous Gilmore
band, which will give a concert in
that city near the close of the pres
Attend the evening school if you
find it inconvenient to attend dur
ing the day session. This evening
session means incalculable benefit
to the students that avail them
selves of the advantages oflered.
H. J. Streight failed to make con
nections at Ashland as he had con
templated and was forced to return
last evening and content himself by
thinking what an enjoyable time
the other fellows are having on
their hunting expedition.
Mrs. M. A. Vorndran departs this
evening for an extended visit in the
east- She first goes to Fort Wayne,
Ind., where she will visit her par
ents, thence to Tiffin Ohio where
Mr. Vorndrau's parents reside."
The sidewalks in several places
con-tain loose boards that are quite
dangerous to the uniformed pedes
traiti and a source of annoyance to
all.. A little expense will place the
walks in good condition and be
sides contributing to the credit of
our little city, it may be the meaus
of averting trouble.
Neal Mele hl today on theCnl-
OMAHA, NEU., Oct, 9, 1891. --Special
to THE Herald.1 Shortly be
fore 12 o'clock to-day in the pres
ence of press representatives and a
few other invited guests Sheriff
Boyd, after a few necessary pre
liminaries, adjusted the noose and
Ed. Neal was swung into eternity.
At seven minutes past 12 he was
pronunced dead, and the awful
punishment was completed.
Residing northwest from Main
street is a well known family that
counted among its proud possess
ions a richly plumaged parrot an
swering to the name of "Jim." "Jim"
was a very bright, talkative bird and
was a much loved member of the
family. Last evening he was
thought to have been sleeping on
the favorite limb of a tree outside,
when the lady of the house came in
and hastily threw her wraps on the
bed; a lamp was lit, and just then
something was noticed to move on
the bed. "A rat," exclaimed the
young hopeful of the family, ant
away be went after a hoard, which
he soon procured and with one fell
swoop his ratship was thought t
have been demolished, but on in
vestigating it was soon learned that
poor "Jim" had been murdered
The younger members of the family
are plunged in grief and refuse to
We have received a nice line o
pattern hats and would be pleased
to show them to the ladies of Platts
mouth and vicinity. W.e have se-
! cixred Miss Heniple as trimmer.
! tf Tucker Sister.
The II. V M. will sell tickets on the
certificate plan at the rate of one
and one-third fare for the round
trip, as follows:
To Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. 20-23, on
account of the annual meeting of
j the American Public Health Asso-
Mt. Pleasant. la.. Oct. 23-2."), annual
meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 22-25. annual
meeting Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
Waverl3 la., Nov. 10-12, annual
convention Iowa Butter and Egg
Des Moines, Ia.,annual convention
Iowa StcTte Farmers' Alliance.
A little attention paid tochimneys
just now will have effect of pre
ventinga good many fires and the
consequent loss of valuable pro
perty. In the fall of the year ver
few people ever think of inspecting
their chimneys before putting up
stoves for the winter, and some
night when they wake up to find
the roof of their house in a blaze
llir' wnnflpr 1rw rti rnrlti it ffbiilrt
rj " -- - "
have caught, and for lack of a bet
ter cause it is generally put down
to spontaneous combustion.
Spontanteous combustion has to
bear the blame of ma 113' a confla
gration which has resulted from a
defective flue, and the lire itself
could have easily been avoided had
a careful inspection of the Hue
been made before an attempt was
made to use it. Before you start
your winter fires carefully inspect
vour flues from top to bottom, and
the little time and work required to
do this may save you the loss of
your house and contents
Hon. II. D. Travis and Hon. T. B.
Stevenson, candidates upon the de
mocratic and independent tickets,
respectively, for" district judge are
in the city to-day on legal business.
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Flpworth League
will be held this evening at
the residence of A." B. Knotts 011
Chicago avenue, meeting to begin
at 7:30. A full attendance of the
members is desired and all young
people invited to come out.
The Nebraska City Press speaks
in high terms of the "Goldens" and
their presentation of "The Martyr"
there Wednesday" evening. The
Orchestra is said to be the finest
that ever appeared before a Nebras
ka City audience and the actors
came in with for their full share of
W. II. Malick laid upon our table
this morning a. bunch of peanuts
grown in his garden. They were
attached to the stalk very timch as
potatoes are attached to the vine.
He planted about half pint and will
gather fully one bushel. Mr.
Malick thinks that the peanut in
dustry would be a profitable one
and doubtless it 'might be if the
right man would fgive attention to
-FRED H E
OUK FALL AM) W1NTEK STOCK.
DRY - GOODS - AND
Zs How Combta in. cs.ll IQp artxnoata,
D It ESS UOODS
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
: C k HAVE m;vt.r ihown
We call special attention
Military atul Hip Coat shapes trimmed with Mink, Sea', Astrachati,
Mutfaloon and Coney furs.
Our line of Plush Sacqties are eheajier than e.'er letre. Full,
lines of Childrens and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE BOOR EAST
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
W PtvOPOSE to sell
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
OTTIR, STOCK ES
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. - It will comprise a full
range of all the newest as well as the more staple styles, and will be com
posed of the newest and choicest productions o domestic and foreign
manufacture . For a fit and excellenc of workmanship ourgarments can
not le excelled. And the prices that we offer them at are unprecedented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
"7"E H-A."V33 a silk seal plush sacque.3S inches long with quilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we can sell for $12.50.- This gar-4
mentis a perfect reflection of the plush sacque that is universallv sold
at $15 and $20. '
"WE HA."VE a silk seal plusk jacket 28 inches long that we can
sell at $9.50 that would be cheap at $12.50, although some merchants ask
$15 for the same garment. In the finer grades we have something very
elegant and stylish in the tri.nmed jacket and reefer in both cloth and
THE PROPER thills for Misses this fall and winter will be
jackets and reefers, the newmarkets being almost entirely discarded.
We have both the Jackets and Reefers for Misse's wear in endless varity,
We bought our cloaks early of first hands and are thereby enabled
to offer them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early inspec
tion of our stock.
WM. HEROJLD & SON
507 Main fr'trcet ,
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants in
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Veetsand
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under
Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed under wear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear in natural, scarlet and white
at prices as low as the lowest.
so large aline in this department.
to oitr 1-trje assortment of Heelers,
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