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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1891)
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PLATTSMOUfH, NWRASKA. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1891
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l trl Till
jl Absolutely Pure.
( ere am of tartar baking powder.
hest of all in leavening strenth.
test U. S. Government Food Re-
,R. A. SALSBURY
: DENTIST :
I OU AND PORCELAIN CROWNS.
, ttlow)rnrthfl1(! firths ptinlna x-
tntctlur ol terlb.
; Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
two Block PhUUmoitb, .
A. N. 8ULLIYAK.
"t-Lw. Will cltt prrnnpt ttst1o
til huaiiiFM iitnit-'l to hi mi. onice U)
o block. Kwt Side. I'laiumouth, Neb.
AWSON A PEARCE
! HAVE RECEIVED
ir f 11 mmw. fnry ribbon. tti unit qullla
tuo a lot of iirw fiufilmi cmie Uap httta
In tlraw i d fc I. I liny Iiht full
Hue ol IikIh htod-tiKl III or
eerorlr ofil utixlt eut h r
'need llifli airaw nll r lint, to Wiul t
ij ;a r u iiiiiiincil.
3 SCIIUYLKR, TKIMMKR.
.'HT kEC 1VI II A FILL LINK OF
WPTER HAT3 AND
..'n a trr niHkli'f lrprtatt. fat-
V tfaciln itmrmiiri-d.
r'VOOD STORE. I'LATTHMOUTJl
I01.D A.B POUCKUIN CRO v -
flridgs work snd line gold work
RTKtHAfB 1TA!. m wpII M othr ;u
'hucvlvia (nii rutiiiiPMtiuwuoa o
V. MARSHALL, FitKrrl.I r'--
SlIT II STREET
K. II. ELLEN BAUM, Prop.
best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fretth
Hgga and Butter.
'id game of all kinds kept la their
m llAin manni i
i jIeat market-.
J Iteepnesa night made miserable
iinai tcfriiiie caugn oiu
"Ms tne cure lor rom, mj r. vj
tck. ana u il nyaeT,
and 12, going at less thn they
k i il at scniiuauecuia. "
Lial of Latura
:emainioir unclaimed in ths
torT!ce at Plattsmouth, Oct 28,
; the week ending Oct 21, 1801:
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lulu Him Ed
nlltou, Jw A Cfltnq Mr X
n, W P Hfvlng. llrnrf
lirw.in,l f Tbnma, limy
j Woodtord. I N
rrsoua culling for the above
1 (deuce iiy '.nvertied,"
II. J. STRKIGIIT, V. M
)lii llrown & Flarrett's and (ret a
w gliiHS and slop up tlmt hole
illlloW glllHM lit
nt1-Aii ''!ln-, rrlM'l m a . imljrf 7'
i $t.n riMiiitli v, null iiiri, v 10 itii-' iil
dun rMiu r. ; 4.ii4iIIa Nfw Y.m li
,, ) fcifnc , mil ricitllii, Im
jij, N lurk.
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K. F. Eshcr ia on Omaha visitor
F. K. White ia an Omnba visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eikenbury
were passengers on No. 5 for the
went thia morning.
Mrs. S. E. Phelpa, who has been
visiting in the city a few days,
returned to Omaha thia morning.
E.C. Mungrum, of Omaha local
organizer of the order of R. R.
telegraphera Is In the city to-day.
County Clerk Critchfield is travel.
Ing over the county to-day deliver
ing election tickets and poll books.
Mrs. H. P. Coolidge accom
panied by her son, W. K. went to
Malvern, la., this morning for a
visit to friends.
Do not fail to register to-morrrow.
Each voter must regiater for him
Friday and Saturday of the pres
ent week are the last days for regis
It is the universal opinion that
finer weather was never seen at this
enaon of the year.
The attendance at the night
achool and the interest in the work
ia gradually increaning.
Henry Tartsch went to Omaha
this morning. His sister will ac
company him home thia evening.
The high achool notes have been
necessarily delayed until to-day.
We shall endeavor not to have it
ThOrat Hereford Sal
In railing attention to the public
ale of Hereford cattle by the Ash
land Laud and Live Stock Co., at
tlicir ranch rrear Aahland, Neb., on
I hurnduy, November i, we winli to
that thin tock ia descended from
sume of the very bent and highcHt
priceij llcrelordu the country, that
moHt of 1 1 it-in have been bred in thia
Mliile mid are fully nrrlininted. No
where ran be found thirty head of an
tine bull of thin grand beef breed or
the Kiiuie number of cows and
heifers an will go at this sale. Send
for catalogue and don't forget date
and place. Tlnirntlny, Nor. li, 1111,
r.d Iwikin, president, Ah hi and, Neb.
Any tierHon having lout a pocket
book in ludiett' waiting room, con-
t'liiittiK fiOiiii? fiiOiiry, will jilt-line
cull at 11. & M. ticket office. . 'it
IiiHt received a Inge line of piano,
organs and other hif IriiiiientH, nlso
a big Flock of vocal and inHlrument
al folio's at Muir'a oil Sixlh street
oppoHite poHtoflicc. 3t
Tantki A girl for general
bonne work, (iood wages and ateady
?IKK. W.J. I1E8HER,
Pinic Clardenn,SixMilt.'s South-west
of i'laitKmoutli. tf
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Rend
Purchased a bottle of your
"blushes" of Arend, Cor. of Filth
Ave. and Mndmon St I hnd it de
lightful. Trill gladly recommed it
Fred M. Roberts,
With Marshall Field Co. Chicago,
K.. Roberts is not the only one
lio finds "H!u-h of Rones" delight
ful, as many ladies and gentlemen
can testify, who have purchased it
from O. il. Snyder.
Parties owing me for medical
treatment will pleuse cull at my of.
fice, corner of Main and Seventh
streets, at their earliest convenience
and aettle accounts, ss I am in aeed
of money. Especially long stand
ing accounta must be settled by
cash or note at once. I have given
much time in many cases and now
the favor must come the other way.
VT. II. ScniLDKNiicUT.M. D.
ra on tri
m i ft
Baa Just opened up a full lino
of ladles, Gents and Child, ens
all wool underwear and be
fore jou buy your Fall or
Winter goods. Don't fail to
cill and see our priced. We
beat 'em all.
Have you Jseen thoto nob
by Lltas Caps, all pretty
Eludes, T).'), (m r.n l 7-r cents
How Ilia Advertising Train is Being
raoelvad In Ohio,
The advertising train is meeting
with the deserved welcome where
ever it slops. From the time it
struck the Illinois aide of the Mis
sissippi river throngs of people
have gathered to witneas the did
play; and as was apprehended, as
the.train progresses custwardly, the
crowds become larger and a great
er interest ia manifeatcd. Mr. King,
the Lancaster county delegate in
writing) home saya they knew we
could raise corn but the fruit that
is what catches them. The printed
matter is eagerly sought.
The Mansfield Daily Herald says
of the train: "The Nebrawka state
business men's association exhibi
tion train arrived Friday evening
about 6 o'clock, two hours late,
under the supervision of the follow
ing members of the advisory board
of directors: R. F. Hodgin, Oma
ha, general secretary; O. J. King,
Lincoln, vice president; A. Lee,
Fremont, trcanurcr; II. N. Dovey,
Plattsmouth, assistant secretary;
F. II. Moore, Keurncy, member of
trade committee, and delegates
representatives of nineteen coun
ties. The exhibition is fathered by the
Nebraska state business men's as
sociation. The purpose of the trip
are not speculative in any Kcnse of
the word, the object being to how
Nebraska's capabilities as an agri
culture and horticultural state and
her productiveness in raw materials
for manufactures, that immigra
tion may be encouraged and addi
tional industries established.
On this train were agricultural
specimens that cannot be excelled.
Every variety of grain and veget
ables was represented. Probably
that which attracted more atten
tion than any other one specimen
was a punpkin weighing lHjpoundn.
The train con Bit-ted of two cars,
covered on the outside with grain,
UiHtvfully arranged, and filled with
farm products of all descriptions,
and a sleeping car for the accom
modation of the thirty members of
the association attendance.
Secretary Ilodgiu haid: 'A great
rnnny wares manufactured in Mans
field arc used in Nebraska, I nm a
iiative of Ohio and always notice
anything that comes from that
state.' II. M. Kokjer of the firm of
Kokjer & Rros., Clurks Merrick
county, dealers in hardware and
farming implements, said that he
Taylor machine, and Olive chilled ' balUc C,;lt,s' war ""7"-;tc-plows,
and also goods manufac I "l.resei.tat.on of the famous
tured by the Humphryes Manufac P" bc " ,l ",,w
had sold a number of Aultmnn
In certain portions ol Nebraska
a great quantity of hemp ia raised,! mention. The manager, J. W.
and since the McKinley bill went Sperry, U a resident of Weeping
Into effect numerous factories for'Wler an old soldier and well and
the manufacture of hemp twineand
ropes have been established.
Hinder twine, which used to sell at
14 cents now sells at 0 cents."
In the matter of the estate of
Christiana Horning, deceased.
Hearing on claims. Decree for
payment. Misa Olive Horning
In ths matter of the estate of
Minnie Inhelder, deceased. Hear
ing on petition of Mathew Inhelder
for his appointment administrator
of the estate of said deceased.
Prayer of petition granted and let
ters accordingly issued.
K. O. Dovey A Son vs. John S.
Forties. Suit on account for $189.13.
Default of defendant entered and
judgment for plaintiff for $ 189.15.
Ia the mutter of the last will and
testament of James Helmsn, de
ceased. Same filed for probate and
Win. McNamara vs. City of Platts
mauth, garnishee. On trial to
The day has been consumed con
sidering the cimc McCoy vs Peter
sen, In this case Jos. 8. McCoy was in
debt to Petersen A Co, for meat
purchased. The latter sold the ac
count to an Iowa man, who by a
process ol garnishment collected
the umount in full, about f'.XI. Mc
Coy now ulh'ncs lluil it was mi mi
Jiil I. ill ami an..a I r-.... t. I'.. 1
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uir rr. ..very mi me amonut. j,.,,, ,,,-,,., f ,l, republican
FOUND Near the ofllee of enmity ' party mid made the speech present
judge, u piece of iiioiley, vihir.li the j ing Abe Lincoln's name for nonii-
owner iiiny nave iy proving
property mid paying for this rotice.
Ksch voter r-hould study rare fully
the method of voting under the
AiiHtnili;in ballot law ns per in
structiont in this Ichoc.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
r.Y p,vYkic cive away.
The schools are flourishing like
plant life Injipringtime.
The clashes in the high school
are getting down to solid work and
as a consequence the work is more
interesting and enjoyable.
Prof. MuHgrave is arranging to
have tyrw.wrllpr for u at school
hereafter. Will probably have two
in readiness this week.
One of the societies in grammar
school also rendered a good pro
grain. This feature of school work
promises to be highly beneficial.
The P. L. 8. literary society of
Miss Wilson's room gave a very
interesting entertainment Friday
afternoon. There were six visitors
Luella Mathews, one of the clans
of "01, entered the teachers' review
and commercial course, swelling
the number of post-graduates now
in school to four.
The large room occupied by the
high school has proved insufficient
for the accommodation of the
students. It has been necessary to
crowd in seven additional seats in
the last two weeks. What are we
going to do if the increase con
A number of the enthusiasts at
central building expected to be ex
cused Friday .afternoon unusually
early for the purpose of playing
bill, but it was ascertained that the
game contemplated could .not be
arranged fur, and of course the
boys did not get off at 2 o'clock as
expected. A few of the smaller
boys, therefore, became unruly and
one (shall we say it?) young man
took upon himself the privilege of
going anyway, (privately.of course.)
When It was mude known to the
principal it became his painful
duty, in order to impress upon the
young man that 'authority was
his," to go out after the wandering
youth. After returning him safely
to the building work went on as
smoothly us ever.
Those who are. interested in war
scenes and relics would hii'l n sea
I son of enjoyment in reviewing the
i exhibit in the tent near the court
house. A good representation of
"Custer's last figbt" is given in pan
oramic form; charts representing
the battles of Spotsylvania, Virks-
j burg mid Shiloh are given; numer
ous sterreoscopicul views are given
stands in Chicago, and other
interesting slghw, too numerous to
favorably known by many old resl
dents of Plattsmouth. Mr. Sperry
leave to-morrow morning, but the
doors will be open until 10 p. m.
An opportunity will be given to
register at the following pieces
Friday and Saturday, Oct 80 and HI:
First ward, M. O'Rourkc'a tailor
hop; Second ward, Turners' hall,
Washington, avenue; Third ward,
John Simpson's feed store, corner of
Pearl and Sixth atre'ts; Fourth,
ward, county clerk's office; Fifth
ward, residence of J. L. Minor.
W. K. Fox, City Clerk.
W. J. Williams, switchman, Is tin
the sick list.
A. W. Lewis, who has been con
fined to hi room for several days
on account of sickness, has returned
Business hits not beeu as brisk at
the ysrds ss at present for several
months. There are l'JO cars to be
sent west this morning
The II. A M. station house is un
dergoing repairs, to be in comlort
able condition for the winter.
Tli IncUpeni.nnia to Rally.
Hun. Jcmmb Harper of Danville,
III., is billed to speak in the opera
house in this city Friday evening,
Mr. Harper lias inVrn an sctive
part in th political affairs ol the
country for the nM i(iinrter of h
lie was formerly im
tuition to the presidency. He after
ward became tin earnest supporter
of tin j;i'i ent i'ck rind fint money
doctrine. The iliNtinguiahrd llli
liiiiMiti should be greeted with a
OUU FALL AND
DRY - GOODS - AND
la llovr Oompleto iaall D apartments,
We are ehowinga handsome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of colorings snd blacks.
BLANKET!) AND COirOBTS
Stock complete and prices lower
''"MlAVE never hown so Urge aline in this department.
We call special attention to our Itrgd assortment of Reefers
Military snd ilip Coat shape, triinrne.l with Mink, Sea!, Astracbai.
MufTitloon and Cone furs.
Our line of Plush Sacqncs are cheaper thaa erer belore. Fall
lines of Children and Misses Cloaks and Jackets.
ONE DOOR EAST
Missus u.j?MW: ff'fJfs- niLVES
'Xf VTI. II
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
we nomt to seu
Than ever before offered to the people of Plattsmouth aii
OTJKi STOOIC IB
Constantly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a fwIH
range of all the newest as well as the more staple styles, aad will be com
poseu oi uie newest ana cnoicest productions domestic and forelgw
manufacture . For a lit and excellenc of workmanship eurgariueata caa
not be excelled. And the prices that we eller taeia at are unprecedented
in the amounts of the cloak trade.
, "W'BK-AVEI a silk seal plasti eacque.SA inches Unr with qmil
ed satin lining and seal emamenta that we caa sell fer $1'..9U. Thia gar
ment ia a perfect reflection of the plash aacqae taati uaiveriutlly seld
Jen at w.30 tbat would be cheap at $12.50, although seaie merchants ask
115 for the same garment. In the finer grades we have seaietbinr very
elegsat aad stylish la the triaiie4 jacket aad reefer ia hath cleth aai
THE PnOPBR thing for Misser this fall an wiater will he
jackets end reefers, the newmaikets being almest entirely discarded.
We have both the Jackets and Keefers for Misse's wear in endleaa verity
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.
WM. HEROLD & SON.
507 MaintFtr(vl riattsmoutli, Sob
A good Ladies Jersy vest at 25c
Ladies fine Jersey rest and pants ia
white or natural grays at 50c each
Ladies natural Gray Wool Vests an4
Pants at 50c. Regular 75c under
wear. Full lines of Ladies Fine wee
ribbed underwear 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.
"task jacket U iachea lear that we ran
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