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The Plattsmouth Herali
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1892.J
The S. of V. oyster supper to
night. Fred Mnrphy, of Cedar Creek, ia
in the city to-day.
Councilman Murphy is able to be
at the store to-day.
MrH. J. I. Taylor wnH a passenger
for Omaha this morning.
S. L. Furlong, of Rock Bluffs, waa
a caller at TllK IIkkald to-day.
Call at Joe's and look at the candle
in the corner window and then
Mm. T. E. Williams and sinter
were passenger- on No. 5 for Oma
ha this morning.
J. M. Roherls, deputy register of
deeds, is confined lo his room with
an attack of the grippe
Peter Eveland, ;i prominent re
publican of the western part of the
coun'y, is in the city to-d y.
Don't fail lo guess the i ime it will
take the caudle in Joe's window to
Will Smith returned last evening
from Ilavelock, where he has been
doing some tin work on the new
In district court judgment was
allowed in the cases nirainst Ras
mus Petersen. Court adjourned
Judge Ramsey to-day issued a
marriage license to Wm. H. Hnr
rison :uid Miss Mary Clizbe, both
of Weeping Water.
"A Turkish Bath'' is as refined ns
it is funny. It has the enviable;
reputation of being
comedy on the road.
brought his train in
g the cleanest
and left his crew here returning
home on account of sickness.
There are no dull times around
Joe, the one price clothier, he keeps
the public informed the year
around ly advertising in The II KH
In coiruty con:
mailer of the ei
Robe; t, p;" t of the claims were al
lowed and part conlesied and one
rejcct"d. The hearing of the con
tested claims was continued to
There are 110 hard times around
Joe, the leading one price clothier
of this city, as lie advertises all the
time. (lo and take a look at the
mammoth wax candle in his corner
window mid then guess how long
it will take for it to burn up.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Johnson lost
their little babe, two months old, on
Monday night, being the fourth
child that death has claimed and
taken from them. The little one
was laid away on Wednesday in
the famiiy burying ground at the
William Young cemeter'.
The increasing business of the
I J. & M. at this point has caused the
management to relieve Agent
Latham of part of the duties he has
heretofore looked after. The duties
of general agent and ticket agent
were too much for one man. Mr.
Foster, who has been Mr. Latham's
assistant, has been promoted to
ticket agent and Mr. Latham will
look after the other business of the
B. & M. at this point.
Joe, the one price clothier will on
the 1 a day of February, light a was
candle, which wi'.l be placed in
the corner window of his store.
"The 'person who comes nearest lo
guessing the time it will take the
candle to burn up will receive as
first I premium a fine overcoat,
the second nearest, an elegant
trunk the third a fur cap. Every
body who wishes to guess should
do so before February as the
candle will be lit on the 15 inst.
This morning's State Journal says:
'A special train carrying the
Andrews Opera Company was
wrecked near Brainard, Wis., yester
day morning, instantly killing Mrs.
Ed Andrews and her daughter,
Lillie, and seriously injuring the
rest of the company. The members
of the company lost everything ex--cept
their stage clothes.' This ia
the same company that plaj'ed La
Mascotte in thi9 city two 3rears ago
for the benefit of Manager Young.
Mrs. S. E. Clappe, directoress, of
the sacred opera now preparing in
this city for the benefit of the high
school library, and Miss Pike, her
sister and assistant, went to Omaha
this morning to finish prepara
tions for costumes, etc., for the
ntertaiment to be given at an
early flay at the Waterman opera
house. The hall of Sons Veterans
has been secured for further rehear
sal, commencing next Monday
evening at 1 o'clock. It is hoped
that the preformers, soldiers and
jill whoareto take part will be on
Jtand promptly. Hall over Lehnhoff
Bros' store. By order of com in it te. !
EVENT OF THE SEASON-
The Leap Year Party ' Given
by the Young Ladies.
TOE DANCE WAS A SUCCESS.
The Yonng Ladiea Piovo Their Abi"
ity Leap Year Entertainers
A Pleasant Time Had by
The young ladies of Ihe O. D. C.
gave the first leap year party of the
se..son last night at Rockwood hall,
and to say that it was a success
would he staling it very mildly.
The gT3 ud iiia'"ch sin cd at 9 o'c lock,
wi.h fo: iy-seven couple. The floor
was in first-class shape and the
The young ladies furnished hacks
for the conveyance of their com
pany to the hall. The parly will be
remembered by those present as
the most enjoyable one lh;s winler.
When it comes lo giving an
enjoy. lle and highly enter... 'iTng
pa iv, the young ldi's a'e the
o les tli.it can cio 1.. iiik jiukalu
; makes t-pccinl mention of some of
j ;be cost times worn, but could not
ob;a:i all of them. The music was
fum'shcd by the celebrated Italian
orchestra oT Omaha.
M'ss Nellie Taylor, of Cenlral
Ci.y, was dressed in a full dress of
p"nk surra h. and slippers to match.
Mrs. Sam Patterson wore a
beau i Till black silk dress.
Miss Net iie I.allauce was dressed
in black silk and lace.
Miss Eva Ver,igg, of Ce.ilral CiJy,
tlre.-sed ia lvovu silk.
Mir-s Gering in pink silk v:'.h
Ma' guerite Oliver in black silk.
Janet Liv-ingslon wore Nilegreen,
.v'ih white kid slippers and giove.
Georgia Oliver was dressed in
lavender silk, with cream roses.
Bertha Wise dressed in whitcsilk.
Julia Herrmann wore yellow
siir.ah and looked very state'y.
Frankie Stiles, pink silk with
black lace over dress.
Ilatiie Latham. N'le green with
bla k lace over dress.
De'ia Ta"tsch, white satin, with
La France roses.
May Grant, cream silk, entraine.
Tressa Ilempel dressedan cream
Following are those present:
Perth a Wise
Ma j' Dull on
Edith Patt rson
Net tie Ballance
Mrs. Ed Darker-
A. V. Burke
J. K. Pollock
A I Pern" ue
A. E. Reinhackel
Fannie M'Dougal Frank M'Coy
Eva Verigg CI ill Shepherd
Miss Helps Mr. Helps
Janet Livingston Will Clements
Do -a Fricke
Chas. M tirphy
Will R ulfner
M rs. Schniidtman Win. Schmidt man
Rose Patterson Sam Patterson
A. E. liarrett
J. F. Wellington
Minnie Guthman Mr.
Kate Ilempel Chas. Weckbach
Bird Ilouseworth Geo. Palmer
Miss Wharton Bert Wheeler
Mary Skiles W. Allen
Manota Eikenb'ry Chas. Vallery
Alice Eikenbary Arch Coleman
Ella Wright Frank Johnson
A Broken Leg.
Yesterday afternoon while Willie
Baird, son of Rev. Baird, was coast
ing on Rock street in company with
several other tboys, he met with a
serious accident. In the way down
the hill he ran off the track an d fell
down an embankment about five
teet, breaking his right leg just
above the knee joint. Drs. Living
ston and Cummiu8were called and
set his leg. He is geiling along as
well tas could be expected and is
First M. E. church, South Sixth
street, between Main and Pearl. Dr.
L. F. Brt it, pastor. Sunday school
at 0:30 a. m. Preaching at 11a. m.,
by the pastor. Epworth League will
liieet at 0:.'K) p. m. in the gallery of
the church. All are invited to the
Sleepness night made miserable
by that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
edy is the cure for you, by F. G
Frick. and O II Snyder. 2
Feat Estate Transfer.
Following are the real estate
transfers compiled by Polk Bros.,
abstracters and publishers of , the
Wm. Slopforth and wife to Orian
M.Dawson, w d $1,30, nw4 ofsw
22-H-12. . :
Michael P. Williams and wife to
Wm. D. Williams, vr d f5,CC 3, aof
8W14 and pt nV oi 8WU 4-H-12.
Wm. Jameson Sr. to Christopher
w d $1,30, sw1 of sw4
G. S. Ward and husband to II. W.
Ward, w d $9.0, lot ISO, Louisville.
Nehemiah Livingston and wile to
G. S. Ward, w d JjSOO, lot ISO, Louis
Howard Ward to J as. E. Ma gee, w d
iflCD, awi of sw4 5-11-10.
Christopher Myer and wife to
Malhias Myer, wd $2,CC3, e's of
Ellen Child and husband to C. A.
M anker, w d $112.50, lot 193, Louis
ville. John A. Amea and wife to O. P.
Cciby, w d $3,c:a
W. L. Browne and wife to L. G.
Todd, w d 3,(300, w' of nwi4 9-12 13.
D. J. Iloenshell lo Katie Iloenshell,
wd $1.C3. lot 24, Jones' Add lo
Win Wctienkamp to LaFa3-ette
O'Neill, b for d, $3.CT0, pt lot 128 in
sw'4 of nei4 19-12 14 and wji lot 5,
blk 34, Plaiismouth.
John D. TutttoS. P. Vanatta, w d
$:,2f'J. blk J, Duke's Add, Platls
mouih. ATuik'sh Bh. .
Mrs Marie Heath, the comedy
sunbeam of "A Tu ksh Bath," is a
li.ie singer, a clever dancer and an
actress of marked ability. She has
been favorably compared to Lolta
and Maggie Mitchell. The Ouincy
"Miss Marie Heath, win was seen
here last season with "Ole Oleson,"
a. id who has since graduated into
o ie or ilie briglilest stars ot me
comedy firmament, was given a
hearty reception by the large audi
ence, who, it must be said, was not
disappointed in her ability. Her
sweet voice and cute ways caught
the audience with her first appear
ance. Every auditor was fascinated
! with her songs, grace and style,antl
she made of them in a night liie
long i -"ends, who will alwuj's be
ready to give. her a hearty reception
whenever she reappears in On". icy."
( loseofthe Reunion
Thursday was the last day of the
Nebraska soldiers' reunion held at
Nebraska City. A business meet
ing was held at 9 o'clock, but aside
from appointing a few committees
and preparing for the next meeting
there was very little done.
A motion was introduced author
izing the appoint men t of a commit
tee of three to prepare a history of
the association, to be read befoie
the members at their next meeting,
prepared y the association.
J. O. Goss, of Bellevue, was made
chairman of the committee. The
other members are II. C. McMaken,
of this city, and Geo. C. Hall, of
Lincoln. Chairman Goss was
made historian of the association
and w'll prepare short sketches of
the lives of all the members of the
The veterans then marched to the
institute for the blind, where they
were entertained for a short time.
From reports from those present,
the reunion was a-success and a
pleasant time was enjoyed by those
A 0- U. W.
Plattsmouth lodge No. 8, A. O. U.
W., installed officers for theensuing
year. Past Master Workman J. A.
Gutsche was the installing officer.
Following are the officers:
P. M. W. Geo. Hawkins.
M. W. Frank Vermilyea
Foreman Henry Ofe.
Overseer J. C. Williams.
Recorder Jas. Barwick.
Financier Gred Howland.
Receiver C. A. Pint.
Guide Robt. Sherwood.
Elv's Cream Balm has cured
mriny c:nes of cata- Vi. It ;s in con
; jtit dem id. -Geo. W. Hool
P'.;a' uiacisl, Cheyence, Wy.
l:MMM0TH - WAX -
WANTS YOU TO GUESS IIOWr
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING
NO MORE GUESSES ACCEPTED AFTER FEBRUARY 14.
Tle Gqqdle Will be Lijglyted Febtftify' 1 5
Kunlosc .your (ait in an
Yoqi Olojliiei' qqcl FiirjisliGi.
THOS POLLOCK R V HYERS
otai I'ulilic & Abstractt r Solicitor
Eeal Estate, Lean a:.d Insurance Agents
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
$100,000 to loan at per cent and
no commissions, on
POLLOCK & HYERS
Plattsmouth - Neb.
Oflice under Oa? County Pank,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, ild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, Potatoes
Green and Dried Fruite, Vegetables
( 7 lfjrs-.ee, I-it'ts. Tcllow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Beeswax, Feath
ers, Ginsing, Broomcorn, and Hops.
M. E. BALLARD
Gen. Om, Merchant and Shipper,
917 Market Street - - St. Louts, Ma
WAN'TFD A pent, yne acxuainUd with Fan
era and Shippers.
Office in the Bass Noel building
Residence, the EdRich Property
Kegistered Phy? ician and Pharmacist
Special attention given to Oflice
Height of Cruelty
Nervous women seldom recive
the sympathy they deserve.
While often the pictures ot health,
they are constantly ailing. To
with hold sympathy from these un
fortuntes is the height of cruelty.
They have a week hearth, causing
shortneess of breath, fluttering,
pain in side, week and hungrj
swells, and finally swelling of
ankles, sppression, choking, smoth
ering and dropsy. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure is just the tlibur for
them. For their nervousness, head
ache, weekness, etc., his Restorative
Nervine is unequaled. Fi;ie treatise
on" Heart and Nervous Diseases"
and marvelous testimonials free.
Sold and fuaranteed by. F. G. Fricke
Envelope and your will
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FOR SALE OR
cry Cf ACRES of Colora 3o land for sale or trade for JJlattsmouth real-4-4-J
estate or for merchandise of anj' kind. This is a bargain for
some one; the land is Al. For further particulars call on or address
THE HERALD, Plat isu outh, Neb.
T1310TIIY C LA IMC.
-o TERMS CASHo
Yards and Oflice 404 South Th'rd Street.
GOLI AND POKCELAIX CKOWXS.
Dr. Sleinways sinacsthetic for the painlees ex
tract ion of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block Plattsmouth, Neb,
QAWSON & PEARCE
Their Fall straws, fancy ribbons, tips and quills
- hiso a lot of new fashion cone snape nats
in straw and fe t. They ha ve a full
line of baby hood- and in or
der to close old stock out have re
duced their straw sailor hats to 40 and to
75 ceots trimmed,
MISS SKYLES, TRIMMER.
MANUFACTURE OF AND
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN THE
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKER S ARTICLES
always in stock
I it. T3TjjVsr
Always has on hand a full stock of
FLOUR AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
Hay for sale as low as the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
CORNER SIXTH AXD VINE
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
THE FOLLOWING PRIZES
To the first nearest guess,
A NICE OVERCOAT
To the second,
To the Tnird,
A PLUSH CAP,
foe i'libKfhed February 11.
GOLD AND PORCKLA1N CKOWN3
ErMge work and fine gold work a
OK. STEIN AUS LOCAL as well as other an
estheticsKlven for the painless extraction of
0. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Pic?.
ME AT U AHKEnri
' SIXTH STREET
F. II. ELLENBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
. i i ,
in mis mantel. Also iresn
Eggs and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
AND TYPEWRITING COLLEGE
There are thouands of vounp ladie. ewinj5
iftrls. school teachers cleiks, etc who i re eking
out ?n existence on a salary barely sufficient
to supply their every day wxnts.
Hv COIIDlt in tr a lnurl in shnrt han1 cr.il
by nnishinetlny can earn from 4a to tl.vi nr
iSi'ua'ions guaranteed to cnmnpient mior.t.
Indidivual iiietruction, new type miters.
DAY AND 'EVENING SESSIONS
Kooms oyer Mayer B tore.
Gentlemen would not use "Blush
of Roses" if it was a paint or pow
der, of course not. It is clear as
water, no sediment to fiil the pores
f the skin. Its mission is to heal
cleanse and purify the complexion
of every imperfection, and insures
every lady and gentleman a clean
smooth complexion. SoldbyOIl'
Snyder. . Price 75 cents.
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