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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1891)
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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. WEDNEf DAY OCTOBER 21 1891
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Touhnvereol estate to fell or
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racta of title furnished atrean-
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lia this market. Also fresh
f ' V-KK. an Huller.
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i-epnens night uiade miaerable
)hat terrible caugh Shilohs rem
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roup frequently funis a liouxe
1 1 unprepared for its vinit, while
rejiidity with wkich it develops
is for instant treatment. For
I dangerous dieue AVer's Cher
Pectorul isii adm ruble remedy.
Uves many lives every year,
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The M. P. pay car punned through
Murray Tuesday morning.
It in reported we will Boon have
regular trains on the new road.
Mra. Lee Oldham departed last
Thursday for Iowa for a visit with
cue of her sisters.
Mr. Danning'e elevator is almost
complete, and then Murray will be
able to boast of two elevators.
Mrs. Martha Faught, of Phillips,
Neb, is visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Js, Root
Murray is trying to organize a
band. We hope it will succeed for a
good band would be of benefit to
Kdmunds A Root are daily re
Ctfiving new gooda, which they will
be glad to show to their many
Mrs. Conally had the misfortune
to fall backward down the cellar
a few tnarningsago and is suffering
from the injury.
Mr. Schrader, our barber, lias
moved to Murray and is now in
readiness to wait on the wants of
Rev. Graham preached one of the
most interesting sermons last Sab
bnth eve that has been our pleasure
to hear for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rankin,
who have been sojourning in the
western part of the state visiting
children, returned home last Satur-
day greatly tienefitte.d by their trip.
We notice by the papers several
good farms for sale in the vicinity
of Murray. This is a good section of
country and a good market close at
hand why not some good enter
prising farmers come Into our
midst and live in the laud of plenty
They never would regret the pur
chase. A great many of our democratic
friends took advantage of the ex
cursion that went to I'lattsmouth
hist Friday night, to attend the
rally. A great many more would
have gone if the train had waited
until 0 p. in., uh a great lu.'iny could
not leave their work.
In the case of Stevens vs. Hank of
Commerce, aiibmiited to the jury
Inst evening, a decision was ren
dered this morning in favor of
plaintiff, to the extent of $1M on the
first action and $10 on the second.
The forenoon was coiiHiimcd try
ing an appeal case in which A. Ilos
kins seeks to recover rent on a
meat market, which he alleges was
rented by Mr. Woodruff at Weep
As we go to preas the cuse of
Louisa llraklenge vs. Metis, a
saloonkeeper of Iouieville is pend
ing. Mr. llraklenge alleges that the
defendant sold her husband liquor
against her instructions, which
finally resulted in his death. The
case will lie watched with interest.
Fine shoes selliifg low at the
Schildknecht shoe store. tf
Men's heavy boots large sixes, 10,
11, and 12, going at less tliun they
cost at M-liuonnrt'tita. tf
Ladies who use coametirs or pow
ders to cover up or hide a bud com
plexion, do not know that O. II.
Snyder can furnish them with Illush
of Roses, which is clean water, puri
fies the skin, and positvely removes
black heads aud all skin diseases
takes the shiny look from the face
and whitens it soon as applied
minted Ad aallta. rallobla aiaa aalarr t
" to 0 monthly, wllk lnra. is rrurr.piii
IB kit own cunn s mmnnaihl Nw Vrb
Hmi. rfrr.w. BUStir vruasa, ul
tun I.Mrt. Kuw Yort
Has Just opened up a full line
of ladiSs, Gents and Chlldrens
all wooj underwear and be
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fall to
call and see our prices. Wb
beat 'era all.
Have you seen those nob
by Misses Caps, all pretty
6hades, 55, ft5 and 7 cents
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES
Th K. of P. Lodj Entertain Inviiad
Guagts ai Thair Hall.
A progressive high five party
was given under the auspices of
the Gauntlet Lodge No. 47 K. of I.
at their hall last evening, in which
ninety invited guests participated.
The K. of P's. have given enter
tainments of like nature at former
times and the apprehensions that a
pleasant time would be had were
fully realized by all and the reputa
tion made by the lodge for genial
ity and hospitality was amply sus
tained. The lodge has provided a
commodious hall and exercised
care and becoming taste in furnish
ing it so that it presents, in a great
measure, the appearance of a well
ordered parlor. The room was ap
propriately decorated. The chan
daliers being encircled with twin
ing plants and the walls beautiful
ly embelished with symbols of the
The playing commenced at tt
o'clock and continued until 11:30.
After a summing up and a com
parison of notes it was ascertained
that Dr. Humphreys and Miss Elsie
Moore were entitled to the first
prizes. The gentleman's pri?.e con
aisled of a fine silver cup; the
lady's, an elegant plush handker
chief case. The booby prizes were
received by Frank Morgan and
Mrs. F. C. Gall. These prizes were
constructed with a view of ainuee
ment rather than elegance.
After congratulations had been
extended the prize winners therorn
pany repaired to tne notrl nury
where oysters were served, after
which all repaired to their homes
feeling that the K. of P's. hud
planned and successfully carried
out the most enjoyable social event
of the season.
Chief of Police Archer filed a
complaint against J. I. Iewy In
the police court this morning
charging him with drunk
eness. He was fined f'i.50
and costs, amounting to ftf.lV), upon
the payment of which he was re
leased from custody.
Three sneak thieves entered the
clothing store of Jessie Davis at
Wccpir.g Water yesterday after
noon and two members of the
party asked to be shown a pair of
pants, and while they were appar
ently intensely Interested in exam
ining the goods Mr. Davis observed
the third member secrete two
pair of paats under his coaL He
was taken before Justice Harr,
found guilty and sentenced to con
finement in the county jail for a
period of sixty days. The other
two were discharged.
Mawkikd - Elder I. M Wood, of
I'lattsmouth, to Mrs. S. E. Littler,
of Des Moines, Iowa. Rev. H. W.
Tilden, pastor First llaptist
Elder Wood is too well and favor
ably known to our people to need
any introduction. The bride is the
widow of Hon. N. Littler, who was
a prominent leader of public
opinion in Iowa for many years.
The elder will arrive In the city
at tho close of the week and oc
cupy pulpit next Sunday as usual
and will doubtless enter upon his
word with increased teal.
The tenth annual meeting of the
Nebrask Woman's Suffrage Associa
tion will be held in Hastings, Octo
ber 27 and 2H, beginning with after
noon ses.tion October 27.
Each annual convention records
un increasing public sentiment in
fjvor of woman's enfranchisement,
and a growing concern on the part of
the women of Nebraska to be inves
ted with thn rights and dignities
of citizenship. While the advance in
Nebraks has been in the lincof edu
cation, the last decade has brought
many important and direct gains
elrtewharr, to tlie Woman's Sulfate
movement, Hnd these ahould give
us courage and afresh determina
tion to push forward the work in
NchruHka, that our state may not lag
in the onword march of our nation
toward a more perfect realization of
the principles of republican govern
ment. The members ol the asuociutioti
ami the friends of woman's suffrage
throughout the state, should gather
at thia convention for congratula
tion at progress already achieved,
and for counsel as to the t-trpn
which nhould be taken to push our
work to a speedy victory in this
sfstc. CLAKA IlliWHH Coliiy,
Mary A. Kipi.ky, President.
rha NabraaKI Exposition Aatonlahaa
A communication to The Hekald
from Pfymi uth, Indiana says that
the advertising train is meeting
with aa great success as was ex
pected by the most enthusiastic
supporters of the movement. At
Peoria and Chicago thousands of
people passed through the cars
examining the display and were
delighted with the exhibits. '
Aa waa expected, however, as the
train advance farther east the peo
ple become more interested and
many of them MpLcr to think it
hardly possible that soil that is so
productive can be purchased so
reasonably. Our correspondent
says that fully 10,000 people have
passed through the car.
The representatives make a
special effort to have newspaper re
porters form an adequate idea of
the possibilities of Nebraska soil.
We clip the following from to
day's Bee concerning the progress
of the train after leaving Plymouth:
"Houkfjon, Ind., Oct20.-The ex
hibition train left Plymouth at 8
o'clock this morning, reaching
UaMirbon shortly before 9. The
people of this little city have taken
complete possession of tne cars
containing the exhibit, m.d during
the stop of little more than an hour
fully 1,000 people have filed through
the train. It would be almoHt im
possible to give loo high a coloring
to the statement of their surprise
and enthusiasm or to over estimate
the benefits probably resulting to
Nebraska from the trip through
this portion of Indiana. The train
has been well advertised in advance
nud the people over the entire route
have apparently heard of Nebras
ku's claims to greatness. Many
come to the train doubtful and in
credulous, but go away convinced
that Nebraska is fully able to stis
tain in every particular the claims
she has made.
"Wakhaw, Ind., Oct. 20.-The ex
hibition train made the second stop
of to-day ut Wuftaw at 10:0 this
morning nod from rtart to fininh
the cars have been thronged. More
than 2,000 people have passed
through the train here and still all
could not see who desired. The
heavy weather iif yentrrday and
this morning has cleared a good
deal and promises to be favorable
for the afternoon. The advance
press notices have fully apprised
the people of the nature of the ex
hibit and of the purpose for which
it is run and there is little distrust
that it is designed to foster a real
estate boom or for speculative pur
poses. The exhibit is taken at its
real worth. The printed matter in
the poHsession of the delegates is
sought for eagerly at every slop,
n ml none is being wasted."
A WRECK ON THE BURLINGTON.
Paaaangar Train No, 8 DitohaJ Naar
Monmouth, Illlnola-SIx Ba
It is reported that No.S ran into
an open switch near Monmouth, 111.
about 0 o'clock p. ni. Tuseday
night ami the troin ditched. The
report further says that five persons
were killed and a great many
wounded. The remHina of the late
Mra. Uloedell whose funeral was to
have occurred at the Episcopal
chuch at 2 p. m. to-morrow was on
the train enroute for this place. In
all probability the train will arrive
here this evening.
E. Sage Is su Otnali.i visitor to
A. lloskius, of Weeping Water is
in the city to-day.
John H. loung, wife and son,
Oliver, left this morning for
land, Oregon, (or a visit.
J. II. Davies, R. G. Clisbe and II.
I). Travis ami wife, of Weeping
Water are in the city today.
Mrs. C. Roinhackel and daughter,
Kati'. loft this morning for Colo-
rath) City for a vinit to friends.
W. II. Dearing, democratic candi
dal'! for clerk of the district court,
is in thecilv to-day looking after
Mrs. M f y Keeler, who has been
visiting' (VV'iJ here for several
weeks, jVVTued to her home at
Spokune Falls this morning.
Mrs. W.J. Hesser and daughter,
Libbie, and Mrs. Gitpen, Mr. (les
sor's mother, left this morning for a
week's visit with friends at Lincoln.
The nlgnl school continues to be
well attended anil the interest it
"c mstiitifly increasing.
OUK FALL AND
DRY - GOODS - AND
Zs ITovr Complet3 iua.ll CDapartajionta,
We are showinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings and blacks.
BLANKETS AND COM f ORIS
Stock complete and pricea lower
"T" HAVE never shown so lare a lino in tin's department. .
We call special attention to our lirgo assortment of Reefer
Military and Ilip Coat blnpes trimmed with Mink, iSt'ttl, Astrachaii, .
Mnll'aloon wid Conoj furs.
Our line of Plush Sacqnes are clifspp.r tlutri eer he turd. FIL'
lines of Children and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
W fWOSE TO SEU
Than ever Mors offered to the people ofPlattsmouth ani
OTXR; STOCK XS
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a fall .
range of all the newest as well as the morestaple styles, and will be com
posed of the newest and choicest productions o domestic and foreign
manufacture . For a fit and excellenc of workmanship ourgarmeata can
not be excelled. And the prices that we oiler taeia at are unprecedented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
"WB HA.VB a silk seal plush aacaue.M inches lnna- .-;!. ;w
ed satin lining and seal ornaments that we caa sell far $12. B0. This gar
ment is a perfect reflection of the plush sacqae that ia universally said
st $1.1 and fJO.
WE HAVE a silk seal plnsk jacket 28 Inches long that we can
sell st that would be cheap at fl2.l, although some merchants ask
$1.1 for the same gsrment. In the finer grades we have something very
elegant aud stylish in the trimmed jacket and reefer in both cloth and
THE PROPER thing for Misses this fall and winter will be
jackets and reefers, the newmarkets being almast entirely discarded
We have both the Jackets and Kecfrrs for Missc's wear in endless vurity
We bought our cloaks early of
to oiler them at very low figures.
We Solicit your favors and an early ins ec
tion of our stock.
WMi, HEROLD & SON,
507 Main Ft reel
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c.
Ladies fine Jersey vest and pants in
white or natural grays at 80c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests and
Pants at 30c. Regular 75c undefr
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 us the lowest
drat bauds and are thereby enabled
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