The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, October 15, 1891, Image 1

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. PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1891
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Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strenth.
Latest U. S. Government Food Re
Bourd Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the
official board of the M. E. church
Friday evening. OcL 1, in tlie
churcli, at 7:30 o'clock. Let 'there be
a full attendance uh there in ini
portant business to lie transacted.
A Serious MU'jike.
Hyron Clark hat been suffering
with a severe cold for several davs
and yesterday H.ernoon, by mis
take, he discovered that he had
taken ammonia. Ilia condition is
not considered critical, but he will
probably suffer some inconvenience
tor several days owing to the burn
ing of his tongue ami throat.
ALL READY TO MOVE
R. A. SALS BURY
: T)-K-N-T-I-S-T
OOLD AND WJkCEUINCKOWNH.
Dr. St Ho ways n:i-MttHie fertile :in4.m x
tract ior of tt-rth.
t Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
;fokwood HWk I'liittsrin'titli. Nl.
An Enterprising Jeweler.
'rank Garruth aims to keep
abreast of the times. He has re
cently made arrangements with the
ii. A'M. road by which he is able to
connects! clock at his establishment
with the telegraph office, therebv
receiving the correct time just as it
is received at the telegraph office.
1 lie elec.r.c L&ht poles have been
used for the attachment of the
wire. This is enterprise rarely ex
hibiied.
Everybody should be at the sta
tion at 4:.K).
THOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
Notary Public X: A list rartrr Solicit .r
eal Estate, Loan and Insurance Ajents
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
and terms.
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
onable rates.
$100,000 to loan at lli percent and
no commissions, on good
farm security.
POLLOCK & HYERS
I'LATTSMOITTII - NEH.
Office under Cm County Hank.
i TTORNEY
A M riTM T.IVAV
A.ttornJ'at-I.:tvV Will pivv prompt atrnttoK
all I aine-s enrru-te.l to hioi. Office id
union oiock. tat .sie. Fiatfsmouth. Neb.
jCjAWSON & PEARCE
TUeir Fall niws, lanoy ribbon, tips anfl quilli
a iwt ui iirw iauiofi cone snap- iihih
in Mraw ana ie i. I ney H ive a lull
linttol baby h"il-anil in or
der to close M stock out nave if
duced tliir otrnw ailor hat to 40 and to
75 ce' ts t r inline (1.
MISS SCHUYLER, TRIMMER.
rpiJCKER SISTERS. '
HAVE JUST KECIVEI A FULI. LINE OF
FALL AND WINTER HATS AND
TBIMM'.jKCS.
A Pleasant Event.
A jolly crowd of yoimr ieonle
gathered at the home of Franz
liallance last evening for a social
time. The evening was passed
playing games, in rhetorical exer
cises and music vocal and instru
mental, lirfore the guests repaired
to their respective homes refresh
ments w.-re served. At 12 o'clock
the company dHbanded. all feelmir
that the geiii'aliiy ami hospitality
of the host could ra-elv be e.:cellfl.
The lol'ow'jig were resent: Misses
Wall er, Abce Murrav. Mollie Bal
ance, Lucile Simpson, Ge-irude Hil
ton, Rose JIye,s, Maltie Smith,
ISdiih I'at.ersoti. Clara Green and
Mess-s. Wetulell Foster.IIeiirv Snv-
de (ins flyers, Ed Siiles. Glen Car-
rt'ih and Tom Miller.
Royal Arcanum Notice.
There will be a meeiinir of Cass
Council Xo. 1021. Roval Arcanum.
to-night at 8 o'clock in their coun-
I cil chamber over Hennett & Tutt's
sto-e. All members are reouesied
to be in attendance, as business of
importance will come before the
meeting. He.vkv Hekolp.
Tom WaLUXC. Reirenl.
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Duri HIT laallC( of tiik itirr .j,,i
I will coiittniie to t:iv tln In'ii-li.i
market prices for good varieties of
winter apples at canning factors.
Wanted- Some fTOOil lftotl t-:io-j
1 at this office. t f
The Beautiful Train
Equipped.
Fully
WILL E IIKKK AT 4:30 I'. 31. TODAY
Artistically
W.th
Decorated Well Filled
of Nebraska
to be at
the Station at -4:80
To-day.
Product
Soil Don't Fail
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Ve also have a dress making department. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Sheryooi Stoke. Plattsmouth
UOLD A.vd PORCELAIN CKO'VNs -Bridge
work and fine gold work a
SPECIALTY.
R.8TEINAUS LOCAL as well as other !at,
esiueiicsKiven lurme painless exrracnoa o'
teeth.
fc. A. MARSHAL! -Fitzerald
ATE AT MARKET
SIXTH STREET
K. II. ELLEN B A I'M, Prop.
he bestof ff-esh meat alwavs found
iu this market. Also fresh
Eggs and Butter.
Notice.
There will be a rep-ulr nn-Mti'iiir
or tlie directors of tlu I iv;i.i,...
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Joan & Jiuildinir A'ss'ti.. Tlmrari'iir
Oct. 15. 1H. at 7:30 p. m., at the sec-
rt-tar- s ouice over tiennir A fns
drug store. Hexkv A. Gekix;.
To the races held at Nebraska
City, Oct. 15. 10 and 17, the Missouri
I acihe will sell round trip tickets
torl.Ob. Good to return until the
18th. 2tU-t.
Good Evening! Have vou used
Ah! there is no need of "my saj ing
any thing further, I am sure you
will hereafter use nothing but the
j-.iiiious diusii oi Koses tor vour
complexion. Yours with "best
wishes,
FLOKA A. JtlXErt.
South Bend. Ind.
P. S. Call this eve please at O. H.
Snyder ami learn the particulars.
J. P. Antill will ive vou a dish
of milk stew 03'slers for onlv 20
cents, cash.
The IlEKALO has made a special
effort to ascertain the exact hour
at which the advertising train will
reach this city. We are informed
by a special telephone message
just received from Omaha that
everything is in readiness and the
train will leave Omaha at 4 p. m.,
arriving here at 4:30 or probably a
few moments later.
We are reliably informed that the
train as regards decoratioHs and
general equipment is a model of
beauty and ingenious art rarely ex
celled and on the whole it presents
an anriearance fullv in kepnlnir
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with the resources and capa
bilities of our state.
Tne Cass county exhibit will be
fourid in the last car of the train.
and all should make a special effort
to view that portion af the display.
as in many respects Cass county's
display surpasses that of any other
county participating in the enter
prise.
Samuel Waugh and II. N. Dovev
will accompany the train from this
place. The former goes as the Cass
count3' delegate. The selection is a
good one, Mr. Waucrh beinir well
I versed regarding the needs of Cass
county, her resources and etc., and
he can impart this information to
the wonder striker easterners in a
creditable and convincing manner.
Mr. Dovey goes as a representative
ot the .suite Business Mens As
sociation. To the faithful and ef
ficient work of Mr. Dovey in look
ing after the interests of Cass coun
ty inthe matter great credit is due.
He will assist Mr. Waugh in extol
ling the merits of his country.
PERSONAL
NUlJBEIt Z'
Geo. Mann is in Omaha to-day.
C. W. Holmes is in Omaha to-dav.
Mrs. A. Clark is an Omaha visitor
to-day.
A. L. Timblin, of Weeping Water,
is in the city to-day.
Dick Streight made a business
trip to Omaha today.
A. C. Loder came in from Green
wood this morning.
Ed Somers is doiue a rushinc
business in the apple line.
Lou Newcomer, who has been
sick for the past eight weeks, is able
10 oe out.
Frank McCoy, accomoanied !v
his mother, departed for Pittsburg
last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Barstow. who
have been visiting at Altoona. Pa-
came in this morning on No. 5.
II. C. Grimes, who has spent the
past three days with his family, left
this morning for a northern trip.
II. C. McMaken left for Omaha
this morning and will accompany
the advertising train to Plattsmouih
this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Robinson left
this morning on No. o for Pope,
Kansas, where they will visit
friends a few da3's.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Lewis, and
family who have been sloppine: in
the city, for some time left this
morning for their home at Atlantic,
Iowa.
Chas Mitchell ami family came in
from the east last evening and are
visiting at the home of Geo. Peck.
It is probable that Mr. Mitchell will
locate here.
FRED HERRMANN
OUK FALL AND W I NT Kit STOCK
CDJET
DRY - GOODS - AND
Zs Now Camploto in all 3partm.3at3,
DRESS GOODS
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS.
BROADCLOTH,
FLANNELS,
SERGES,
HENRIETTAS.
A full line of colorings and blacks.
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BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
than ever.
UNDERWEAR
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A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants in
white or natural gray s at 50c each
Lathes natural Gray Wool Vests ami
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under.
wea r.
Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed underwear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's under
wear iti natural, scarlet and white
at prices as low as the lowest.
CLOAKS RTD Sl-lftWltS.
Hot soda
Barrett's.
water at
Brown
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y K llAV1': "ever lioyn so lar-e a line tn this department.
We call special attention to our l im,. asoortinent of Heelers
Military and Hip Cout slnpes ! trini.nc.l with Mink, JSea Astraclian,
Muifaloon and Coney furs.
Our lino of Pliirh Sactiues are cheap.-,- than eer helo.e. Full
lines of Children and Mis.es Cloaks and Jackets.
A Wedding.
Makkikd At the residence of the
bride in this city 011 the 14th day
of October, 1881. John Philips
to Mrs. F:iizabeth Walker.
WML
The Omaha Lynchers.
LTptodate tw'enty-four warrants
have been issued for the arrest of
the leaders in the recent lynchinn-1
affa . Coutiiv Attornev Mahnncv
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apparently, desires to do his duty
in the matte,-, even tho' he does
work against - a tremendous pub
lic sentiment.
t'ild game of all kinds kept in their
season.
"Hr SIXTH stkeet rp
ffMEAT HAKKETJ.
Sleepness night made miserable
f y that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
,ly is the cure for 3011, by F. G
"rick, and O II Snyder. '
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KCroup- frequently finds a house
ld unprepared for its visit, while
fe repidity with which it develops
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I i ts dangerous disease Ayer's Cher
5 Pectoral is an admirable remedy.
I saves many lives every year.
1 lffa 111 tilt tltlQO
Has just opened up a full line
of ladies, Gents and Cliildrens
all wool underwear and be
fore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Doir t fail to
call and see our prices. We
beat 'em all.
Have you Jseen Viqp$ nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
shades, 55, 05 and 75 cents
each?
To Test the Eight Hour law.
At Nebraska City yesterday Rich
ard Siiiiih commenced suit against
L. Levi. b3- whom the former has
been employed for some time, for
the sum of $50 alleged due him for
extra work as per the provision of
the eight hour law. The case will
be watched with interest.
Grow SujapBee'i.
Sugar beets of collossal propor
tions were exhibited at the Cass
county fair this fall, and a promi
nent germ an. farmer testifies that
the soil here is better adaoted to
A.
their growth that of Germany where
tney grow profusely. In view of
this our farmers are certainlv af
forded an excellent opportunity of
engaging in a profitable industry.
The government pays a bounty of
two cents per pound upon b?et
sugar, out aside from that th
diversification of the farming in-
misery (ana tne profits accruinir
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rrom tne sale ot Heets could not fail
to remunerate fully for the labor
employed.
The reserved seat sale for "A
Social Session" next Monday night,
will open toworrow Friday morn-
j niirai j. J . youngs, prices o cents.
Secure your tickets early as
there no doubt will be a large sale
and a rush for tickets, for the com
pany is well known. The company
band and . orchestra are stronger
than heretofore, and the play entire.
iy rewauten, so the play will be
almost new to everybody. Don't
forget the free concert "at noon
Monday Oct. 10, by the famous
Black Hussar Band. -
The court house is rapidly Hear
ing completion.
The Presbyterian sj'iiod of Ne
braska is in session at Omaha
to-day.
The merchants of Eagle are
putting in street lamps at their own
expense.
Every young person, who is not
permitted to attend school at tlie
day session should attend the
night school.
The city council found it neces
sary to hold a special session to
transact the business of the city.
The meeting is called for next Non
day evening.
A class in Spanish has recently
been organized at the night school.
Classes of all stages of advance
ment will be mainiained, thus .all
who apply will be accommodated.
Nebraska City is excited over the
mysterious disappearance of an old
resident by the name of Datiou. He
is about seventy years old. six feet
j tall, has gray moustache and beard.
Republican clubs are being
formed in different sections of the
state and they are having a telling
effect upon the moulding of public
opinion in their respective localities.
Grand Island hotel men have
been badly taken in by an oily-
tongued swindler who worked an
advertising fake on them. It is
usually the case when home enter
prises are neglected.
A large delegation of the Masonic
lodge of this city leaves to-day for
Ltuon to participate inthe burial
of James . Chalfant. Sr. The de
ceased has been a member of
the order for many years and is
held in high esteem Ivy the mem
bers.
It appears pretty conclii.i- (hut
the democrats and independents
will succeed iu drawing a good
crowd here to-morrow. It is to be
regretted, however, that the speak
ing in each case has been arranged
tor the same hour, thus disappoint
ing some who may desire to hear
the issues discussed from ' both
standpoints.
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Apples.
Durin"- bal.'uice of pickimr sc-i,.
I will continue to pav ' the hirrhBt
market price for good varieties of
winter apples at camming factory.
-Ht Ei Stjmeks.
Judge Russell, of Weeping Water,
our next county judge, made n
pleasant call at The IlEKATr
ouuv-p3l,JAU
turn to-day. Mr,; Russell -save that good t
There will be a meetingxof the
Agricultural Society on Saturday,
Oct. 17. at the office of the secretary'
at F. Gorder's store at 2 o'clock, p
J. d2t wit
J. K. Valleky, Pres.
Da vir Miller, Sec.
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
Wt THOTOSt TO Btll
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth and
vicinuy.
OTJK, STOCK CS
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. . It will c-m prise a full
range of all the newest as well as the morestaple styles auJ "wSl be c"m
posed of the newest and choicest productions domestic and foreiSl
manufacture For a fit and excellenc of workmanMiip our otS
not be excelled. And the prices that we offer them at 'are iinn7?SVm?3
in the amountsof the cloak trade. ""preciaentea
-A."VB a silk seal plush nacue, 3 inches Unir with ouilt
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we caa sell for $12 50 Thiiar
f"Vml:eft,,Cl,'0n0flhepI,Ill thtiI;"irJll"ad
sell at $9.50 that w W iVXTL J'i .i,J"" ..,CI,M 1nK that
$15 for the same garment. J ' 1?S5"?S
elegant and stylish in the trimmed jacket am? reeferi 'iSSlAui
THE PROPER
a i . - -c;v7?5 iHin i iii htiu winter win nt
jackets and reefers, the newmarkets being almost entirely discardei
U e have both thf larkMa on,l 4 t: . ' uiowiun.
- - " .nccco wear in enaieas varity,
We bouirht nur rlnak iurW .( firu i. i i ... . . . .
, " " . 7 iKiiiun tini are inereov enahirti
to offer them at very low figures. 7 rnd,,lwl
indications in his, section of th
country point to the election of
entire republican ticket.
The M. P. K. R. will sell tickets to
St-Louis and return Oct. 3 to 10th
to return Oct. 12th.. on ae.
rtti i u fair - CI 1 JVfc 1
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mi -anion Tr:iin looa in
Oo"arni. only one change and direct
connection. :15t
We Solicit your favors and an early ins ec
tion of our stock. '
WM. HEROLD & SON
507 Main Ftiwt , Piattsmouth
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