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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1893)
THE WKKKLY HERALD: PLATTSMOUTH, NKKKASKA, MaBCII 2, 1893.
JOE j&JXJJLi .XjIITE. "ONE PBICE" TO ETTaE-STST EOE"K
anks May Fail
AJVD POLITICIANS GO WRONG
JOE REMAINS THE GREATEST CLOTHIER
HE WEARS LIKE TIME AND HIS PRICES PLEASE THE MULTITUDE.
STAUELMAJNN BLOCK, MAIN ST.,
A Very Pretty Wedding at A. B.
MARRIED AT HIGH NOON.
The Handsome Residence of A. B.
Taylor Was Thrown Open to
Invited the Cuepts -Profusely
A Social Event.
At the handsome residence of A.
R Taylor three mi leu west of IMatta
mouth, on last Wednesday Febrary,
22, Kev. J. T. Haird of the Frst Pres
hyterian church united iti marriage
Mr. Stewart Dean of Hrneton, N. Y.
and Miss Ktnmily Wright the fos
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Taylor. The Misses F.lla Wright
and Anna HeiHcl were the brides
inades and Messrs. Frank Kichey
and Frank Johnnon, groomsmen.
The happy couple left in the
afternoon over the (J road for their
future home at lirocton, N. Y.
Among those present were Mea
ner, and Mesdames D. C. Morgan,
Win. Schmittmun, 11. G. Hasemeier,
S. I,, rtioiiiatt, A.N. Sullivan, C. W.
Sherman, Henry Kikenbrry, G. W.
Thomas, U. K. Todd, K. W. Black. J.
C Kilienbary, A. W. White, Nelson
Jean.Thos. Williams, T. J. Thomas,
W. K. Murray, John Thoniun, Chan.
Warner, Mesilames Kate Oliver, W.
If. Shepherd. Perry Walker, Curtis
Moore, Win. Murray, 15. Kmery, Chas
Black, and Mrs. F. Punkintou of
Lincoln. Messrs. ('has. Vallery,
Will Myers, Chas and Frank k'ichey
15liner 15ikenbary, Ilarvy Sage, jr.,
Geo., Arthur and Chan. Sullivan.
Jus Polin, Chas. Taylor, Fred Horn,
Robt Horn, Frank Johnson, John
Wright and Leweliyn Moore. Misses
Amelia and Maggie Yallery' Anna
Heisel, May and Alice Kikenhary,
Anna and Grace Taylor, Hattie and
Anna Sullivan, Capitola Black, Car
lie Pace of Nebraska City, and Miss
PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
Epworth League State Convention.
The executive committee of the
Nebraska State Kpwortli League
met in the Y. M. C. A. building in
Lincoln on the 'Jlst.
Among other important matters
attended to were the arrangements
for the next state encampment of
the league. The convention is to
lie hehl in Omaha June 1,2. Hand 4.
A programme of unusual excel
lence is in preparation. The com
mittee are assured of the presence
of Kev. Schell, general secretary of
the national league mid other emi
nent divines are expected.
Reduced rates will be secured on
all roads in Nebraska.
We can Sav You Money.
We wish you would always re
member that we can save you
money on drugs, paints, oils, wall
paper, etc. We carry a clean, new
complete stock of mxls as you will
generally find in a first class drug
Our drug department is com
plete in every Uctiil, anil we can
make it an object for you to deal
Our Wall Paper and Paint de
partment is larger than ever and
you know our reputation for bar
gains in this line is such that can
not be equaled by any one in Cass
county. Bkiiwn Barrett,
Druggists. Plattsmouth, Neb.
All Firet-Clnas DruvmilM.
From present date will keep on
sale the important Fast India Hemp
remedies. Dr. H. James' prepara
tion of this herb on its own soil
(Calcutta), will positively cure con
sumption, bronchitis, asthma, and
nasal Catarrh, and break up a fresh
cold in 24 hours. fiJQ per bottle
or 3 bottles forfo.50. Try it.
Ckaddock & Co., proprietors.
1032 Race street, Philadelpia
Cown couxh cure warranted to care
T Brown & Barret.
Tames Mathews, last week sold
twenty acres of good farming land
near the poor farm belonging to
Philip Donovan to a Mr. Lindaman
of Kearney, county for $1,100.00. Mr.
Lindaman will move his family
here and plant his email farm in
Mrs. IL C. McMaken is seriouslly
ill with erysipelas.
While Prof. Murphy was lecturing
in Kltnwood last Saturday evening
some one with more cussidness
than sense rang the fire bell, which
caused a panic in the hall for a
time being which came near being
a serious affair.
J. F. Hinshaw left last Friday
with D. F. Foster for Oberlin, Kan
sas where Mr. Hinshaw will erect a
house for Mr. Foster. Mr. Hinshaw
made the frame work here in his
shop and shipped it to Oberlin, and
all he has to do now is to put it together.
William Deles, a farmer living
near Klmwood was a visitor to
Plattsmouth last Friday.
Charles Kleiger of South Bend
precinct delivered several wolf
scalps to the county clerk and got
his warrcnt for them last Friday.
Thos. M. Carues anil C. M. Good-
ale of South Bend were here attend
ing court last week.
Dr. J. F. Brendel and Robert Wil
kinson of Avoca were in town last
week attending court.
Dr. M. M. Butler, ; post-master of
Weeping Water was in the city last
A. M. Hansen, the popular young
butcher at the Petersen meat mar
ket, is in receipt of the sad intelli
gence of his mother's death, which
occurred on Frb. ,r)th in Denmark.
She had been suffering with a
tumor for the past four months, and
beingover seventy years of age, had
not the validity to rally. The aired
father will journey from Denmark
to this country in a few months, and
will make his home with his son in
Mr. Wm. Rummell.a thrifty young
farmer who resides southwest of
town, was united in marrijge at the
court house last Thursday to Miss
Maggie Holfart, Judge Ramsevofti-
ciating. Mr. Ruinmell and his bride
are well and favorably known in
this community, and a host of
friends will join in the wish that
they may enjoy an abundance of
C. W. Sherman has W. J. Bryan's
pledge for the post office here and
seems to think that he will get it
without any trouble, he tuts in his
office and laughs at the democrats
hustling for names, but we will
wage a big red apple that Brother
Sherman is left when the time
comes as Billy is loosing his hold
Oliver C. Dovey and wife left last
Monday for the east on a sight see
ing trip, they expect to be in Wash
ington, 1). C, on March, 4th.
S.ini Archer's team ran away
Monday afternoon and ran into the
lamp post at the corner of sixth and
Main street in front of the First Na
tional bank, breaking the lamp
post off close to the ground, when
the horses were caught one was
bleeding at the nose and the other
one was unhurt.
In the case of Bertha L. Morton
against the heirs of the Cole estate
a verdict was rendered by Judge
Kamsey, Saturday 111 favor of the
Now is the time to take a trood
blood purifier and the very best is
Gering&Co's., Compound Kxtract
of Sarsaparilla. Sold only by Ger
ing & Co., druggists.
A pleasant evening was spent at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sul
livan, in the Drew block Saturday
night in honor of Mrs. Nellie Brown
of Clinton, 111., and Miss Nellie
Chesley of Omaha. An elegant
supper was served.
A. B.Smith sold the Porter farm
better knowti as the old Clemens
farm near W. J. Ilesser's to
Joe Marten for the neat sum of
It is now deffiently settled that
Corbett and Mitchell will figet some
time this summer, the exact location
is not giveu yet, but the stakes are
On Monday of this week John
Rutherford who has been assistant
for W. I). Jones, purchased the
Klam Parmele livery stables on
Last Saturday while Switchman
Vorndran was coupling cars in the
B. & M. yards the draw-head from
one one of the cars fell on his foot
smashing it so badly that he will
be laid up for a while.
Last Sunday night during the
snow storm it lightened and thun
dered just like it does in July dur
ing a thunder storm. It was a freak
of nature that one rarily sees.
Mrs. Louis Nielesand Miss Jennie
Brown of Corydod, Iowa, are in the
city visiting with the wife of Cloth
ier Joe Kline this week.
The damage suit of S.H.Sawyer
vs. the village of Louisville has
been settled by stipulation in dis
trict court. Sawyer brought suit to
recover If 200 in damages which he
claimed as compensation for an in
jury received in a runaway
and because of faulty grading in
an alley in that village. According
to settlement the plaintiff is allowed
judgment for SflOO, while the de
fendant pays the costs.
S. H. Atwood has brought suit in
Justice Archer's court against T. 15.
Anderson, a C, B. & (J. conductor,
to collect $72.75. which amount is
due on a note since 1S.SG.
Judge Chapman has remanded
the assault and battery case against
Fred Kroehler back to Police Judge
Archer with instructions to enforce
payment. The total of the fine and
costs is sf;s.r,:t.
S. II. Atwood was in Lincoln Tues-
lay witu ins hooks as a witness 111
the investigation of state frauds in.
regard to stone and sand furnished
to the state penitetiary.
Nearly all of the machinery for
Heiscl's mill is in place and he ex
pects to start it in a week or so.
Herman Holschues team ran away
last Tueseay smashing the wagon
pretty badly, but no other damage
I5d. 1 lesser purclr-ised a fine span
of horses from Steve Harris of
Malvern the other day. They are
colts coming three years o'd but
they weigh 2,700 pounds.
Hundreds of bottles of Goring &
Co's. Compound 15xtract of Sarsa
parilla have been used by the peo
ple of this city and not one has
ever been returned, all saying that
it was the very best they had ever
FIRST SPRING SURPRISE
Time and Tide Wait for no Man
and Neither do the following
Bargains at F5Ison's.
265 Suits for Children, (New) Coat,
Pants and Vest $2.00 to $3.00
250 Suit for Men (new) Coat, Pant
and Vest $5.00 to $8.00.
240 Suits for Boys (new) Coat, Pant
and Vest $3.00 to $5.00.
OUR STOCK OF
II ATM AND CAIS
and all Novelties in
SHIRTS AND NECKWEAR
Now on Display at
THE CASH CLOTHIER,
Plattsmouth, - Nebraska.
WANT15D-Agents to sell our
choice and hardy nursery stock
We have many new and special va
rieties, both in fruits and ornamen
tals to offer, which are controlled
only by us. We pay commission or
salary. Write us at once for terms
and secure choice of territory.
May Brothers, Nurserymen,
Rochester, N. Y.
Leave orders for hair chains nt 15.
G. Dovey & Son or Frank Carruth's
- - WORTH OJf - -
BOOTS and SHOES
WILL BE SQL, ID A.T A.
By Consolidating our two Stocks in 0110 we Cut down our Expenses
halt and buv our (niods 111 Larjif i Jiiiiiintio., same us Whole
sale dealers, and in that way can give you
l ower l'rices than ever before.
REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
SHERWOOD & BOECK.
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OLIVER & RA.MGE,
I'KOPRIKTOHS OF THE
This Firm do their own Killing and
use nothing but Cass County
Cattle and Swine.
FRESH and SALT MEATS
Always on hand.
tOUNTKY PRODUCE SUCH A3 f.
POULTRY, BUTTER & EGGS
BOUGHT AND SOLD. '':
NATIONAL : BANK
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA.
Paid tiucuoHal tvinmr
Offers the very bent fncililiei for
the prompt transaction of
LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINESfvJ
TOCKS. botnls. L'old. covernnirnt and
1 local securities loueht and sold. Uc
ponits recieved and interest allowed on
the certificates. Druftit drawn, available
in any part of the U. S. and all the princi
pal towns of Kurope. Collections mude
I promptly remitted. Highest market
price paid for county warrants, state and
John Fit.Keriild, D. Hawksworth
S. WiiukIi, K. K. White. Ci. E.Dovev.
lolin KitzKerald, Pres. S. Wauxh, Casliier
GUS. HINRICHS, j
HKAI.KH IV . . .
Fresh, Salt and Smoked
Meats of all kinds.
T MAKK the hest of all kinds
sausages and keep a good supply
coustanty on hand. Call and see.
MARKliT ON SIXTH STRF.KT,
Hot ween Main anil Pearl
PlattHtiioiith. - Nebraska
T. J. THOMAS & SON i
PROPRIETORS OK THE
prr), Salt ard Smoked '
MKATS OF ALL KINDS.
Headquarters : for : Poultry. X
GAMH OF ALL KINDS
North Sixth-st., Opp. Postof f J
JOHN A DAVIF.S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Uuion Blook '
WANTED" Wide nw.'ike wirrkerM every
where fur "Shepp'a I'lioloctitpha or the Wnrlil."
SHFPP 'C retiiil at ciisii or in-
"J1 L' r , U Htallinent!-, uiiiiiiiiiotli ill-uptratt-d
circiilnrH and temiH free: dnilv
outinit over l.niii vnlnnii. A L'ents wilil
C entreville. lex., cleared $117 in 9 davH;
PIm Kime AiIiiiuh, Woowter.O., $i1 n fo'rtv
N ' VU,$ioi itt'Tiim"" W r1 ll"li'",n- '-von-,
a t)on'an.a;ninKi!ia'!OF THE WORLD
cent outfit only $1 j book on credit ; freight
paid. AddreHH Gt.ohk Hihi.k PrausiiiNO
t o., Tii Chestnut t., Philu., pu., or 35
Dearborn t.,ChlcaKo, III.
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