Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1892)
Powered by OpenONI
THOSE MARRIAGE BELLS.
No..l wasfive hours bile this morn
Henry Heroic! and Eda Coring
The Contracting Parties.
THE CIIUKlfl A LUTKLY SCENE
The Happy Couple Departed This
Mornlnar Over the Missouri Pa
cific for St. Louis-State
Last niht at o'clock occurred
the wedding of Henry Iferold and
Eda Coring :it the Episcopal
Church. The church was bcauti
fully decorated by Lew Moore and
presented a line appearance.
Long before the time net for the
wedding the church was well filled
and at 8::$0 Miss Ilaltie Fullmer
started the march, and the bride
and groom with A. K. llarrett as
groomsman and Miss Mia Gering
as bridesmaid, preceeded by Fern
Hager, Kutli Ilouseworth, Helen
Waugh ami Minnie Ilerold marched
down the isle where the beautiful
ceremony of the Episcopal church
was went through with and Rev.
Burgess pronounced Mr. Henry
Ilerold and Miss Kda Gering hus
band and wife.
An adjournment was taken to the
commodious home of Mr. Paul Ger
ing, where a few immediate friends
besides the relative of the contract
ing parties, sat down to an elegant
Mr. and Mrs. Ilerold were the re
cipients of a large number of useful
and costly presents. They left this
morning over the Missouri Pacific
foratripto St. Louis, after which
they will return and be at home to
their numerous friends in the house
the groom has neatly furnished on
Vine, between Fifth and Sixth sreets
The departure of the bride and
groom called forth the customary
shower of rice, etc., by their many
friends, who had assembled at the
depot to see them safely on their
journey. The car was simply strewn
with rice, and if quantity be a wooer
of Dame Fortune, they will certainly
have their share of good luck.
County Surveyor Mayes went to
Union this morning to do some
The home team will cross bats
with Grand Island to-morrow and
Mrs. A. H. Knotts left on the M. I,
for Weeping Waler this morning,
for a hort visit.
A boy baby made its appearance
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Iligby this morning.
There was a very small attendance
last evening at the opera house, al
though the company was first class
and gave a fine entertainment.
Report reached the city this
morning that a division supcrin
tendaut on the J was drowned at
the washout on that road this morn
Henry Miller, a well known char
acter around town, died this morn
ing a few minutes before six o'clock.
He will be buried to-morrow at 2
All members of the Degree of
Honor lodge are requested to be
present at the meeting to-night to
nominate ofiicers for the next term.
Uy order of the secretary.
The republican national conven
tion meets at Minneapolis. The M.
P. makes one lowest first class fare
for round trip tickets, on sale June
2 to 6 good to return June 25.
The case of Billstein vs. Craig
was given to the jury last night and
they returned a verdict in favor of
defendant Craig after being out on
ly about four minutes.
FIRST ON THE GROUND.
TO ANY G-ENTJLEM AET9
In Cacs Co-ant3T
afternoon nnd irnviann .t-,. I m T i 1 "1
rPrr.l,tm; vv no can write tne most words on a
The arrivals in the afternoon were v.-.-.
new U. S. Postal Card
Harrison's Friends Steal a March
on Blaine Boomers and Open
The following despatch from Min
neapolis is taken from a morning pa
per: -The advance guard of con-
vennon wonters came in vesterd
Dennett A. Tutt have got in a fresh
supply of groceries of all kinds,
and are settled in their new store
room and are prepared to give both
their old anr new cuatomers the
best of everything for the least of I
Harrison's most en ihusiaslic friends
and all came from Indiana. The
opening of Harrison headquarters
was a surprise to the Dlaine men,
who expected to be first when they
come in with the national commit.
tee to-day. In short, the president's
friends have stolen a march on the
uoomers and surrounded the ar
rivals, to fight from star! to finish. It
is said their unnoticed arrival and
the quick opening of headquarters
miiuc on leiegraohic instruc
tions from Washington, and that
the men sent here and those to come
to-day are the same onea who did so
much for Ila'rison's nomination in
1SS8. General Michner and John C.
Aeiv will be in command.
BLAINE MEN SCORED.
R. R. Sheil, who is with the ar
rivals, said it was certainly bad taste
for Quay, Plait and Foraker, whose
judgment is not backed by the re
cords, to attempt to dictate who the
presidential nominee shall be. The
Dlaine senJinient, he said, is not so
strong as is believed. It is more
properly an anti-Harrison senti-1
ment aud the leaders are willing to
unite upon auyone to defeat Harri
son. Sheil further said that there is
not a shadow of a doubt but that j
Harrison will be the coming nomi
nee. He bad the delegates with
which to do it and it was foolishness
to talk any serious opposition to
ONE - PRICtL' - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3 Two Nice Shirts
Secretary Miller of the Cass
County Agricultural society re
ceived the following communica
tion from R. W. Furnas in relation
to a Cass county exhibit at the
state fair. The society will have a
meeting in a short time and will
then take action in the matter, and
from the present outlook Cass
county will have a fine exhibit at
the state fair:
Dear Sir: The management of
the Nebraska state board of agri
culture realizes that .at our annual
expositions, in so far as a presenta
tion of the products of the soil
direct is concerned, results depend
' .largely on county collective ex
hibits. To encourage to this end,
more money has been added to that
.class, and the number of premiums
increased from ten last year to
seventeen for the fair held in Lin
coln this year September 2 to 9.
As heretofore, we pledge every
rtuon 10 ma ice an exnioit ot this
character of benefit to all concerned.
I trust you will see the importance
of this medium of presenting to the
public the products of your local
ity. The coining fair will surpass
any of its predecessors. Come to
the front with a collective exhibit
that will aid your county.
Please signify to me as earl as
possible your determination in the
matter, and the approximate space
you wish, that provision may be
made. In this we must be .advised
at least three weeks before the fair
opens, in order to provide satisfac
tory .accommodations, iend your
.application for space to the secre
tary. To the county agricultural soci
ety exhibiting in the name of the
society the best display of agricul
tural products of any and all kinds
win oe awarded:
Sn mil .... .
J 10 uo
Kift h -
Kict'tli " ..;
Tenth " ...
Fourteen tit "
Seventeenth ' ...
AW exhibit to be owned
state of .Nebraska and raised in the
Individuals contributing to make
up a county exhibit can use their
contributions to enter in any other
ciass, or ioi, wnere tney appropri
ately belong, iu competition for
minor premium. Where there are
no organized county agricultural
associations, one or more individu
als may exhibit iu the name of the
county in which they 11133 he resi
dents, under the same rules and
regulations governing regularly
organized associations. While all
character of exhibits are desirable,
and i.ivited to be placed on exhibi
tion, in these county collections the
board decide, in justice to new
counties, fruit shall not count as a
factor in Making awards.
R. W. FUKXAS,
Secretary Nebraska Slate fJoard
T. If. Pollock, Agent
For millinery and pattern hats or
anything in the line of ribbons,
flowers of the latest styles and de
signs, call on the Tucker Sisters in
the Sherwood block. tf.
The lawyers and jurymen are
having a holiday to-day on account
of Judge Chapman not being able
to reach home from Fairfield, Iowa,
on account of the train being de
layed by a washout on ihe Q.
Jas. Connolly and Jas. Fitzgerald
real names unknown were before
Judge Archer this morning charged
with being drunk and disorderly.
They hail from Malvern, Iowa. They
were assessed $5 and costs apiece,
which they paid.
Nebrasda City held an election
Tuesday as to whether Nebraska
City should pave and build a new
school building. The High school
bonds were beaten by a vote of 366
to 285, and the paving bonds carried
by a vote of 426 to 214.
It is reported that a nicely dressed
lady got upon a B. & M. train at
Central City the' other day. After
adjusting herself 1o' the seat she
looked about and noticed at one end
of the car the words, "Ladies' Sa
loon." She promptly exclaimed:
"Here, brakeman, help me off with
my baggage. I do not propose to
ride on any train that cairies a sa
loon along with it, much less a sa
loon for ladies." and off ihe laHv
got, while the gentlemen in the car
broke into an ungallant roar. She
is evidently a temperance advocate.
Xews of a remarkable nature
comes from Hazlewood cemetery,
near Montezuma, la. One day last
week Mr. Charles Block, wishing to
remove the remains of his wife,
who had died eight years before
opened her grave. He found it full
of water and was astonished at the
weight of the coffin. The combined
strength of five men finally got the
coffin out of the grave, and when it
was opened it was found that the
action of the water had turned the
body to solid stone, preserving its
natural appearance to a remarkable
degree. Even a bouquet of flowers
held by the dead woman was per
fectly petrified. The skin was fair.
The hair was black and glossy as
Kearney Defeats Plattsmouth.
The first game between Kearney j
and Plattsmouth thisfternoon re
sulted in a victory for the visitors, j
the score standing 12 to 4. Meyers' ,
wildness was the chief cause of the
home team's defeat. Castone
pitched a good game for Kearney. I
Yesterday's Ball Games.
Every word must be written with pen and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Send all Postal Cards to
JOE, The One Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
A lucky home ran hit by Chiles
in the fourth inning was all that
saved Hastings from a shut-out by
Beatrice yesterday. Johnson,
Hastings' crack pitcher, was hit
freely in two or three innings,
bringing in thrre earned runs. The
game was one of the best ever
played on the home grounds. Hart
had to decide a number of close de
cisions and was inclined to give the
visitors the best of it on bases.
Randall, Gatewood and Finch did
some remarkablv eood fieldino-.
" tj j
and Slagle pitched the game with
out giving a man his base on balls,
notwithstanding . he has been
worked hard ot late, owing to the
club being minus Howe and Edin
ger, who are on the sick list. Chiles
had his hands full and did good
wont oenma the bat, Johnson at
times being rather wild. The visi
tors, after attempting a few times to
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Ojoera, SovLse Comer, .. S'lattco.cna.taa-
r . . .
Hon. W. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor
ot Iowa, says: "I have used Cham
uci laju a vougn xterueay in my
lamny ana nave no hesitation in
saying it is an excellent remedy.
Deneve an that is claimed for it.
T" m ' .
rersons amictea Dy a cough or
cold will find it a friend " There is
no danger from whooping cough
wnen tnis remedy is ireely given
uo-ceni ootues tor sale by J. Ci
.bricke & Co., druggists.
anted: An energetic man to
manage branch office. Only a few
doliars needed. Salarv to start $75
maKe a Sneak- on aatrnr rrom ; . I oer month and intprpst in huaineea
Jones being on the spot without he Western Co., Kansas City, Mo.
fail. The score:
iuy nouse ana three lots corner
feixlh and Dey, price $1,200.
Mrs. J. A. G."Bueix,
Central City, Neb., apcE.K. B.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Beatrice 2 000200004
Hastings 0 001000001
Kuns earned Beatrice 3, Hastings 1.
Two-base htt Hololian.
Home run Chile.
liases stolen Bear rice 10.
Bases on balls OIT Johnson 5.
ford Icuer Holmes, Slagle, Brad-
Struck out- -Slagle 3, Johnson 10.
Passed ball Chiles.
Time of game 1 :30.
A fine game was played yesterday
between G-and Island and the home
team, but the crowd was pretty slim.
The same teams play again to-day.
I etood beside each mounded grave
Where slept the bravest of the brave.
And sought a spot where I could place
My flowers above a hero's face.
Within a calm, secluded spot.
Where passing steps disturbed her not,
I placed the simple buds I had
O'er her who bore a soldier lad.
Clifford Trembly in Ladies' Home Journal.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Grand Island 0 2000000200 1 c
Iremont 1 01000200000
Kuns earned-Fremont 1. Grand Is.and" " V T ? nelU 3 SC
Two base h its-Wilson, Holnie GeiclieU conclave, at which the cowherd
Ge'cCht Vice llltsHoffcr Kourke, Purceil, sentenced to the severest form of
Basessto1en Grand Island 4. Fremont 4
"uuu'c piaj s-tioimes to Austin to Bak-
... uaus Ott Jiinimel 3, off Sum-
E. Q. V. Program.
The regular meeting of the E.Q.
V. society will be held this evening
at the residence of V. V. Leonard,
corner Sixth and Locust streets.
A veiy cordial invitation is tx
tended to a'l. This will be th
meeting of the sociely for this
school term. The exercises begin
promptly at 8 o'cleck. Following
is the program:
ecita ;ion Xet i ie Wa vbrigh t
ivsay Frank White
.tunic "riJ Ida Smitu
f Resolved, That base ball is more
Debated ,i?.,pu aT. than !e theatre.
iV" ""'alive Margaret Davis.
. UNegative K'ose livers.
L,IlIs.I.cT.v,cal Mary Sherman
Ken.uljon... Gerf u.le iiiu..n
L.ni aptiy -Henry W. Longfellow
xr. ;" Vvy. Sherman
Select read. rig i,la Smit .
Hit by Ditcher K!nt 2.
Struck out-Bv Kimmel 4, by Summers 3.
Passed balls Bowuian 1.
lime of game 2:05.
Standing of the Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost.
Grand Island.... IS
Kearney .' 13
Kecital ion .
"K. (J. V.'s"
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a nosi-
iinctmcmiarrii, -uipmneria and
Manser mouth. Jor sale by F. G
List of Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the post
office at Plattsmouth:
Crie, Dr F L
Carter, Mrs F, W
Ford, Mary W
Gobin, J S
Holt, C A
Lee, Mrs Minnie
Persons calling for any of the
above will please ask for "adver
tised" mail. II. J. Streight,
Xelson, Arthur E
Xichols, Mrs Amelia
Page, Mrs Hattie
Spires, II A
Smith, Mrs Henry
neeier, Lliarlie 2
A Brahman Purification.
A curious story of a cow is reported
by a correspondent at Fayzabad, in
Oude. It appears that a man of the
Ahir, or cowherd caste, was carrying a
cow calf on his shoulders, when the ani
mal accidentally fell, breaking its nerV
Thereupon the Brahmans held a solemn
doo excommunication for sit mrvnVia
During this term it was ordered that he
was to lead a life of mendicancy, and
with a rope around his neck and with a
portion of the calf's tail on his shoulders
was to perform pilgrimages to different
timaoo shrines. --The members of his
tamUy were forbidden to supply him
witn eitner sneiter or tood under a ten
alty of undergoing similar excommuni
The Ahir is reported to have now re
turned to his village, but until, the puri-
ncation ceremonies are over he must live
in a temporary grass thatched house
erected for his residence. It now re
mains for a man of the lowest and most
degraded caste to purify him. A bar
ber, after shaving the delinquent and
paring tne nails of his hands and toes.
will make over the hair and nails to the
Badmanus, who will burn them and also
set fire to the hut. After this the Ahir
will plunge into the river Sarju and
come out purified, hut his troubles are
yet by no means at an end. Not till
after he has feasted fifty Brahmans and
100 of his brethren will he he readmitted
to caste fellowship. London News.
xriaiismoutn - Nebraska
The Place to Buy
JOHN A DA VIES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Uuion Blook
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
SEND FOr. .
Ouanls, Br:.'.- -
4-inch, o.r,' : .
26-inch.iJoj, Citj' 1
at-tach. V Bearing,.; I ;
E. C.MEACHAM ARMS CflTsf tcuil
: i 411
"iu a severe attnnk- -f i.
and became so deaf I could not hear
uiurnon conversation. I suffered
iciuuiyirom roarincr in mv head.
Jiaim and in tnree weeks rnuld boo,-
dS we11 as i ever could, and now I
can say to all who are afflicted with
ijic worst ot diseases, caearrh, take
f-lys Cream Calm and be cured. It
s wortn a-i.uuu to anv Man .u.Mm.,n
oi uum suflerinirtrom ratnrrh A
Ji. Newman, OrayJmg, Mich.
Fail to do Our Dutv.
4. Eyerbody has att?mes failed to do
their duty towards themselves.
Hundreds of lady readers suffer
i. om sck neadache, nervousness,
oicooncssanu lemaie troubles.
Let them follow the example of Mrs.
Herbecthter, Stevens Point, Wis.,
who for five j ears suffered greatly
piucuauun anu sleep
lessness, tried physicians and dif-
xerent medicines without success.
rut one DotlJe of Dr. Miles' Xerx-ine
caused souad sleep every night and
cue la line a new nprsnn l
ri:..i...i. .... .
Aiiauevn u neeier, Laramie City,
yommar, who tried al' mhpr T-em.
uies, declares tiat a Tier three week's
use of the Nervine lor headache.
xic.tuus prostration, e.c, she was
entirely relieved. Sold r.v P n
Frick&Co. Trial bottle free. 1.
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
I wishto specially recommend.
It is absolutely safe.
The new brid:
above the water, lias eighty-five piers
anu is over two miles long.
e over the Tay at Dun-
is seventy-seven feet
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. H. Pollock, Agent,
Is what you want next and in
this line as in all others we are
Headquarters. When you want
either of these call in and see
us before buying.
BROWN & BARRETT.
POODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL."
U ment ilan as cheap as for Cai,
on easy nonthly payments. Come'
ana ecaraine my anti-rust ;
ware whfch is warranted not to rust
AI at any time
want anything new that we do not
; 1 " "vc iu siock we can
ior yot on two days' notice.
42 i Maln-St.. Plattsmouth