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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1891)
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PLATTSMOUri:, MK1RAKA. 1HU DvY CCiOBl.r,, 29 1891
, Ab3Cluto!y Puro.
A cream of tarl.tr baking powder.
Highest dl (ill in Jf-o veil in Ktrcnth.
', Luteal U. S. Government lood lie-
j : DENTIST :
jM Ar I'OKCI-LAIN ClfllW.V..
.' .InwajK mm n'lu-llc 1ii Uik .. ul
tt:;r'..- i.I t(-i t!i
, Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
' Rockwoxd UI'H-k 1 Ututr uii'h. Nrl..
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attortif-y kt-I.HW. V l' icv pr.-mnt ici.-Mtn
in nil I ifiiii--1 r-i'i I ,t hi.ti. v:.n- i:
Union blink, I -t r. r'ui'.'imiuth, Ni'li.
JC AVVSO N A f'EAPCK
II AVE KI-XlilVLD
Their Pn'l union. :my r M i . Hp mil oiil!l
ln 4 It.t il I. i-K f:ilt.'i flir li.ti li.tlft
lu lira H' il ( I. Ilii-jli :ilu.
lib ol li;.l h"il unit In r
diT l.l eUn i lit lurk nut h-.e re
4ucrd lieu 'i w mil. r h 'I- In 40 jf.it to
Vi re In 'tiiiini.-il.
MI55 SCIiUYLF.k, 1 KIMMEK.
K JfT kU 1 Ml A ITLL LINE OH
. Jf ALL Al,'D UTTER EAT3 LID
We aits lite a die- ninkli.g (Jrplmi I. Hkl-
UEK WOOD STOKK. l'LATTB.MOUTII
HOLD AlD MttrSLilS CRO ' HH
Bridge work 101I Aim RiiliJ work
UK.ftTKI5At'll LIWAl. (! mhitr i,
MUirtirjiilvra (ortli piilulcmilr. Hon '
a JL HAR5IIALU Kii.(5erUl V .
WAm ir a tittib
ryiua ij ' i
F. II. EIXENHAUM, I'r.ip.
The tirnt of frrnh incut nlwara found
in thin market. A I ho troHh
Eizu and Duller.
Wild gumt' if nit kind krpt in their
SU'cpnrHH ninlit niiiilc mii'frnl.lf
ly tliut ti-rriMe riiuirh MiiIhIih rrm
edy i the cure for you, by F.
Frick. and t II SuyuVr. 2
Men's lii-uvy booln Lire rite, 1(1,
11, and .2, Klnyf nt Ii-nm tti.m tlicy
coHt at Si liildkiR'Llitn. tf
Any poroon luivinff lout u pockrt
book in IhiIk m' waiting room, con
tHltiin mum mtinpy, will plt'iiMe
cull at II. & M. tii ki t olTicc 2t
Jtmt received a hiire line of tiinno.
oruaiiM und other inrtt riiinrii t. iIhii
a biff Htock of vocnl und inn t ruuien t-
I folio'n at Mnir'H on Sixth atreat
oiiponite poHtoliicr. , :tt
tl.73 io to Itro ii X I.'nrrctt'a mid rft u
il11 , iidiw i!at-4 and Htcp up ilmt lnli
2' J y'11"1 tiolife. tf
w. m c. No. no
Are- lieirliy cillt fl to Hin t lit their
'll.lll T'li.l .V (i, l 'Ul i.I 'I .. ... I
j" J - I
f nil pri't urn.
' L Ejiily PiiKiN, 1'ron.
f lli n; will In- a kiiiiic noi'liil 1'ri
I fny evfiiinn, Oil. .m, i,t Uu: r.n
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ud l-ociict HtriMn. The prmidJM
Ivill tio (Irvoli'd ii( the inii-ri-HiH of
lie coiiiiiiori lal i lat-n of ilie liih
Mphh M. Murphy mid Cutdiinjj
o e iu Oniiilia to-day.
Jerry Farthinr went to Lincoln
J. A. U.iAoin, of the Murray Dan
tier, in in the city to-day.
W.J. HenMcr'a mother, who ia here
iaitinff him, it reported danger
D. Ilawkaworth, Biipcrintendent
of motive power, left for Lincoln
this morning, i
r-nrwood, where he will join a
I). 6c M. Hiirveyinjf party.
Mrs. H. C. W) e.-Ier nerompanicd
by ln-r tiiniri, of Krbranka City, in
virtiliny; in Omnha to-day.
Geo. Edwin, republican candidate,
fori-hcrifT and Loiuh EirkhotTcandi
da'i? for treasurer are in the city to
day. E 1 Dorr and J. K. Marshall, iiule'
pendent ciixliilatea refpectivi ly
for rlu; riif und tri'M-urer, ere in the
Jidui A.' MacMurphy of South
Omaha, formerly n citizen of I'lalta
inoiith, waa n pleanant caller lit
TitK IlKKAt.D Bani tum to day.
Mrs. Mary Clark and daughter,
Kooe, who ha-ve been viHitinr with
F. T. Pavi.i the pant few daya, re.
turned to California this moriiinjr.
Pnri buckwheat flour for mile nt
IleiwTe it ill. tf
A Fmnily Trouble.
I.a.d eveninuf one Kennedy, who
liven in It.lliuptown, went home
drunk and bewail to nbtiw? hia wife.
It appearn, however, that nlie waa
e pial to the emergency and not the
better of her unruly helpmate (':),
whereupon the enraged huxbnnd
went to the reaideuce of Wea Stone
king for iiHHi'Mtance. Stoneking ar
rived upon the ncene and at once
dincovcred tiiat Kennedy waa the
more to blame and iaatead of
turniii'; the battrriea upon the fem
inine aide of the houae he began a
pugilixtic crucade Hgainat Ken
nedy, reaulling in no great damage
to either party. The ncighbora
have Several timet complained that
4W- w-mLU in thu IC4nit4idy family
haa been obnoxioiia to them, and it
la truly hoped that it will not occur
again. In the event of a drunken
huHbnnd obiming hirt family the
sympathy cf the r-op!e is alwuya
Oil the biiii3 of the iiuiue.
We have juat ,'tOliO piecea vocal
and liiHtrumental itiuaic at the low
rice of ten renin each. Special din.
count on large iuantitiea cull and
get catalogue free. You can get the
ame muaic from thin lot ut ten
ceutathnt you will pay forty to
ixty centa for elaewhere. They
won't liiat long. Comernrly,
3t Leii.niiofp Uk()B.
Fine ahoea aellinir loi
Scluldknucht ahoe atore.
"Ian't She iteautiful!" Occuaional
ly one heare thia rxpreaainn, aa a
lady with a atrikingly lovely cum
rdexion paaaea along the atreet.
Certaiuly! ahc uea the Fumoua
iiluah of Koaca manufactured by
Mian Flora A. Jonea, South Mend,
lud. auiuilied bv O. II.
Price 73 centa per bottle.
I'artiea owing me for medical
treatment will pleaae call ut my of
fice, corner of Main and Seventh
Htrt-eb, nt theirearlieat convenience
n!d !!?!! accounts, aa I am in need
of money. Especially lung ataud
ing account munt be aeilled by
cah or note at once. I have given
inuuli time iu many cunea anil now
the fuvor iiiuhI come the other way.
W. II. SciiiLDKXixirr, M. I).
Has Just opened up a full line
of L'idles, Gents and Chlldrens
all wool underwear, an.i bi
lore you buy your Fall or
Winter foods. Don't fail to
ci.'l a;:d fie our prices. We
beat 'cm all.
llavo yonlscen tliojso, nob
by Mis.s(8 Caps, all pretty
lp.op, 53, ('.) ana 7" cenls
"An American Hoy" at the opeia
Merchanta are receiving their
Htipply of holiday fooda.
Free transportation to Weeping
Wuler Saturday evening.
Diatrict court adjourned thia
morning until next Thuraday ut
2 p. m.
"An American Hoy," one of the
beat comediea on the road, at the
Remember the independent ra!!-to-morrow.
Hon Jefcc Harper, ,f
Danville, lib, in the orator.
Attend the rally at Weeping
Water u-kt Saturday evening and
near "Kcpublicauhun of the Pre
limine Dillmnn, n reaident of
Lincoln avenue, ii paci-ing the
ciar'i to day in ccl' liration of the
advent of a Hon at hia home.
The regular meeting of tiie
Young IjiIIcm' Miufionary Society
will be lield Friday evening at 7:110
o'clock in the M. E. church.
The Htrcct car men, of Lincoln,
are receiving a great many counter
feit dollara of recent make. It
might he well to lookout for them
in thifi Hcction.
The Omaha Public Library con
taining 3aiK)0 volumes wan destroyed
by fire hint evening. It ia probable
thatbonda will be voted for the
e juipment of new library.
J. W. Sperry folded hi tent law
evening and eileutly went away,
lie will remain ut Weeping
Water until next ehow aeuaon,
when ii will etilurge hi:; exhibi
tion. We acknowledge the receipt of n
fine piece of pen work executed by
J. P. Pecker of Union. The. dcaigii
reprrHcuU a republican candidate
aalridc a deer, riding awiftly to
victory. The work reflecta credit
upon Mr. Pecker i un innuleiir
Wiley Itlack, our enterpriaing
tipple dculur, hhipt utiother car
load of upplea to-day. Cusa coun
ty ia making a rrcord oh an apple
producing county; equaled by no
county jn the atate. She contrived
to place the bca' diaplay in the ad.
vertiaing train, alao.
Several caaca of diphtheria have
fcer a ropoited ul Nebraakn Cily and
there ia fear that it may become
epidemic The Tresa aounda a
timely note of warning In which
citizens are cautioned to exerciac
the utinoHt precaution to prevent
the apreud of the disease.
The twelfth annual atate conven
tion of the Young Men's Chriatiau
Aaaociation will be held in Lincoln
Not. 5 to 8, incluaive. The secre
tary, in making the announcement,
aays that the aasociution was never
in a more prosperous condition. It
h expected that 500 delegates will
be in attendance.
County Clerk Critchfield deliv
ered poll booka and bnllota in the
neighborhood of Union yeaterday.
He aays that every man whom he
met said that it happened the word
"republican" was oppoaite the
name for which they wiahed to
vote. Thutia the way it !a going
in every locality, they aiiy
Ir. Salisbury, republican candi
date for do'lrlrt clerk has traveled
over the county conaidernbly of
l ite, and he ia firmly convinced the
greater portion of the republican
ticket will be ( let ted by u haud
aome majority. He think, that it
ia highly probably, however, that
the entire ticket will be elected.
The good quuliiiea of J. M. Muifa
pianoa were exhibited IuhI evening
to un appreciative nudience. The
performer, one of the beat we huve
known here for Home time, waa
Chan. Keefer. Py rerjueat, he
played some of the moht difl'icnlt
piecea known to local muaiciana,
after which hi execution wuh pro
nounced to be line.
W. I. nrownri authority fur Bay
ing that he ha traveled over the
county considerably and he feela
confident it ia not true, aa hua been
charged, that County Attorney
'flavin failed to convict ten or
twelve- democratic: criminal nt the
dietiiet court thi let in, that l.e
miht aecure their aupport in hia
cauvaa for district iiidg-hii. To
tlie end that the candidate for di.
tilct juilge may be, placed before
the people in the riht light, Mr.
Il. owiu. aaya that, in all probability,
hi labor were aa cllVctWe aa hi
ability would permit.
Have you rritiatfreitr
K'obert Knot ia aulTcring from the
effects of a sprained wriat.
J. W. ICdmundrt has built a new
coin crib in his lot und ia having
the corn from hi farm stored there.
Kins Media Ruaterholli went to
Plutfpmouth Monday to engage iu
the dri'Hwnarking bltitiiieHS with the
Joe Ellington, road overecer ia
getting rouic of the rondit in rather
good fl::ipe, but ct ill some sre suf-f.-riug
from want of work.
Mr. Pitim ii, mother of D. J. Pit
man, who !i:m bcjii vihiting with
n-'iaiivea here the pant aunmier de
partrt fur her Loinu in Indiana
Mia. Lena Iiioolt and daught r
from Mihouri, v.lni ha been viait
ing her nivler, Mr. Will Holinea
and Mra Archie Holmes took her
departure for her home hint I'riduy.
Murray can now hoa."t of utock
yards which are now completed
null now nccommotlationa ure o
good i:t Murray lor Fhlppiiig over
the road a any station along the
Elmer McCoiinidiey, who hua
been nl lending pchnol fit thu Went
ern Normal College.fShenundoali,
biwa for the I j -it nix month re
turned home Tuesday evening, well
pleuaed with prorvf niiiilc in the
Normal course of htudy.
On lant Friday evening the young
people of Murray iifaembled at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Cyru Able,
two mile touth of town and had u
general good time. The lucaxlua
being in honor of hi aon, Homer
unu wue. io aay tney were
greatly aurpriced'tloea not cxpicas
it but atill greater was the Burprine
when they were prcHcntcd with a
dinner set of one hundred ami
twelve piece from the young peo
ple of Murray, who beforehand,
had prepared the surpriue. About
forty were present and lifter apend
i ig the evening in guinea each de
parted to their home, thinking it
wus good to be there.
A o. A. n. l-ont ai Umlvlll
A G. A. li. pout waa organized laat
evening ul Louiaville by II. C. Mc
Maken. The poat start out with a
memberahip of about twenty and
the nuiiibcT will conaiuuiiy in
Ci'cune. Tiic memnrrphip ,i com
poaed of a claas of men that will
make the organization a eucceas.
The following G. A. K. men aa.
aiated in ..he muater: Joa. Teeter,
department commander; John
IJowen, udjutant general; II. J.
Streight, aecond quarterinaater
gcuerul, und J. II. Stockwell.
The following ofiiccrs were
elected: Poat commander, A. G.
('line; senior vice commander, A. J.
Parker; junior vice commnnder,
Heujaniiii Therdoaky; adjutant,
lien jam in Wrd.
In the caae brought on a writ of
habeas. corpun in which it was al
leged thut Cyrus Kaudull wua
wrongfully detained, the prisoner
waa releaaed. He was held pend
ing n probable call that he be de
livered to Iowa inithoritiea, to be
tried on the charge of perjury. Aa
the proper authorities were not
heard from he was released.
Iu the cuie McCoy . IVteraen
Ilroa., the jury tailed to agree, and
tlie caae waa cout lulled.
A Pleaannt Parly.
A pleasant aocinl event occurred
at the reaideuce of Frank Hoyd laat
evening, in honorof the eighteenth
birthday of hia daughter, Mica
Olliu. The immediate friends to
the number of about twenty were
invited and the evening wua apent
very pleasantly and profitably by
all. It waa a proverbial lute hour
ere the party broke up and the par
ticipanta. aought their respective
homcH, delighted with the evening's
Alinnii (he Kally.
A per yehteidaya announce
ment the grandest political de.
ni'iiihtratlou of the rnutpaigii will
hentldin Weeping Water Satur
day evening, lion. A. M. Poat, and
J. I,. Wetmler, will expound repub
licanism of the present hour, iu a
manner worthy the at tent ion of nil.
Arraiigmeula have been made for
free Irauaporialioii for all that de
sire to go. A cordial invitation ia
extended to democrats, independ
ent and whatnot to join iu tl'.e
trip. The II. A M. band will accom
pany the delegation. The train
leaves the M. P. station at Let
fiiKJ people go from here.
OUR FA Mi ASD WISTEIt SKK'K
- - OF - - r
DRY - GOODS - AND
We nre ehowinga liandHome line of
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS,
A full line of coloring?, and Llacka.
BLANKETS AM) COMFORTS
Stock complete and prices lower
MlAVE never t-liuwii fo
We cull Biei:i;il attention to
Military und flip Coat h!i.;p-H tri m m-.-d willi Mink, Sea!, A.tmeLau.
Mnfl'.iloon mill Conej fur.
Our line of l'iu!i Saeijue nre c!i. spcr tlma er l.etore. Fall
I tie of CliiUreus imd MiHM'R Clonkr an'! JacketK.
ONE DOOR EAST
U.T.SIKS v fJkMA
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
WE fWOSE TO SEU
TPt JUHLVC CHEAPER
eer Mau offered to the people cf Plattcncutli aid
OUR STOCK IS
Crinatanlly arriving and will soon be complete. It will comprise a full
range of all the newest aa well aa the niori-waple atylea, and will be coin
poned of the newest and choicchl production o liomestic and toreign
manufacture . For a lit and exec llenc of workuiaiiMhip ourgurmenla can
not be excelled. And the prices that we offer them at ure unprecedented
iu the umountaof the cloak trade.
""B HAVE a ailk seal plush unique, ;1S inches long with qailt
ed aatin lining and aeal ornaments thut we ciin n il for $12. fx). This fer
ment is a perfect reUectioa of ths plaah sacipis taut ia uaivsraally sl"
"WE HAVE a silk seal uluak iuekei 7K l,.,- i- .u.
sell at $).50 that would be cheur at
5 for the same gnrment In the liner giudes we have aomelhinr ven
elegant and stybwh iu tlie triaiaied iuckvt aud retr in k..n. i.Tu
t XKE PROPEK tiing for Miscestiiis fall an4 winter will be
lvC i ,S '"' m'f,rrt ,Iie iiewmai keta being almni-t eutirely discarded.
We huve both the Jacket and Reefera for Missr's wear in t ailless varity.
Wc bought our cloak early of
to offer them at very low Inure.
Wo Sol.cit your favors otid an early ins cc
tion of cur slock.
WM. HEROLD & SON,
507 Halntrert nattsmouth, Xcb.
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A good Ladies Jerny vest ut 2T)C.
Ladies fine Jeracy veat and pant in
white or iiuluml grays ut 50c each
'Ladies natural Gray Wool Vci-tsand
Punt ntSOc. Regular 73c under
wear. Full lines of Ladies Fine wool
ribbed underwear in white, cardi
nal and black.
Complete lines of Child's undr
wear in natural, scarlet and white
nt prices as low a the lowest.
large a line in tlx ? m department.
cir l-imi ass jrt.neut of Rm.-fer
JI2.5(I. althnuuh some t7.r,.i,.i- .l
first baads and are thersay taablrd
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