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About Plattsmouth herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1893)
Till: WKKKLY H KHALI): IMATTSM0UT1I, NEINJASKA. MaUCH ), 1803.
anks May" Fail
.J.Vi POLITICIANS GO WltOyYG
JOE REMAINS THE GREATEST CLOTHIER
HE WEARS LIKE TIME AND HIS PRICES PLEASE THE MULTITUDE.
STADELMAJNN BLOCK, MAIN ST.,
AROUND THE COUNTY.
Mr9. Eunice Loyd Dies at a Ripe
THE KENNEDY ESTATE.
A Family Reunion Hud in Iowa -Tom
Anderson Found Guilty o'' U
templnif to Kill H s OtI's
PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
An Early Settler Gone.
Mrs. Eunice Lloyd departed this
life lust Frida evening at : V lit
the family residence tlitv miles
Houthwest of Murray after a linger
ing illness of several months. Tin
immediate cause of It'ath was
rheumatism ami pleurisy ati-I her
last sufferings were intense but she
bore tlifin with the fcnt itm!- that
only comes to those who an- devo
tcl followers of the cross and
crown. A loving and indulgent
motlier has gone to the better world
to join her husband and son whose
demise were noted less than a year
The deceased was horn in the
Btate of New York on 1 1 1 - - i day of
May 1 S 1 7 therefore being almost 7(1
years old, she came to this Male in
an early day wit'.i In r hii'haiid.
Mrs. Lloyd was a consistent niem
lcr ol the Presle, t r i ; 1 1 1 church ami
died in full taitli of the seiiptual
teachings. She leaves to mourn
her death lour .-ons anil one datigh
ter. The remains were laid to rest
beside those of her latt- husband at
the Young c-uietcry at l1' o'clock
The Kennedy' Estat.
Mrs. Michael Kennedy of ( enter
reeinel was iiy I'l ittsniout h Mon
day arranging fur til settlement
of the estate of her late husband.
Mr. Kennedy oivi,ei a res of
line farm land and enough pet-on-al
property aii'l I'fe insurance to
briny the estate valutiou up to
about ft! l,t Mi. Hy the terms of the
will the widow is to be the bene
ficiary of the ptoperty until her
death, at which tune all -xeept the
insurance money is to be dividtd
among the three sons. The insur
ance Sfii.CiHi is In be shat cd eipially
by (he six da;ii;litticrs.
Fred Drccsnn of Eight Mile ( hove
and bis sister, Mrs. Annie M. Fisher
of this city, madea pleasant v i i t to
their old home in Carroll county,
Iowa, hist week. 1 he occasion being
the marriage of their brother tins
to a Miss (iergans on Wednesday
and a family reunion on the day
following. Tile reunion i- reported
to have been an exceedingly pleas
ant affair and was attended by the
aged parents, ten brothers and
sisters, eleven av oidchildt en. three
sonson law and two daughters-ill
law, making in all UUe a happy
household, The Iree.otis are old
residonts of Carroll county where
they have hosi of warm friend.
Tom Andersen Found Guilty.
The jury in the i a-e of the State
against i'om Andercon for -hooting
leo Sit.ei wet e only out about
live minute-, ,m 1 returned a ver-
(iii t (d guiln . lie tried to escape
the penally by ph adiny emotional
insantv but the jury was not of that
belief. His attoM '.ys have applied
for a new trial. '. .it it is i...f likely
that it will be granted.
List of Letter
The following letter lis; remain
iug in the post ott'u-e for the past
week, ending March, 7, 1 v.'H.
Asteatn, Win llrotison, Addie
I'.rowll, llattie I iillouuv, James
Crncs, Henry Chandler, Lisli
Clark, Mrs. K. A IMmomls. X ill
Hi. lull'.", Munnie Irwin, Aiikfeline
KiliK. Henry C l.eetitn. t ieortfe
Mjhoii, Ida olsrti. K. T
Mxirne, Jiilinie l'axtoli.J .
Phillips, J.iliu ShirtletT. Eva 2!
Thomas, Win Thompson, Katie
Veilli, Tress ie Nichols. Mr. and Mrs
Persons calling for the above will
please say "advertised."
1I.J. Stkmoht, P. M,
A large niiinber of county ofli
cials and old timers gathered at the
residence of V. C. Showalter last
Thursday evening in honor of its;
being bin forty-third birthday.
Mrs. Showalter had prepared for
the occasion an elaborate banquet.
A handsome easy chair wan pre
sented to Mr. Showalter as a souve
nir of the occasion. Judge Chap
man made the presentation speech.
Mrs. R. V. llyers is slowly im
proving. The Tribune desires to notify its
friends, and especially those who
have sent horses to this market,
that it would be better to sell them
at home, and sa vt the freight, feed
bill and commission for selling
them here. While no one will deny
the fact that South Omaha is a good
horse and mule market, for the
buyer, they cannot but admit, that
it is loosing game to the seller the
reason that only scalpers attend
the sales, as no one else knows of
them or when they are to be held.
The management, it seems, desire
to keep the matter quiet and not
let those outside of the gang know
that there is such a thing as a horse
and mule market in South Omaha,
therefore if anyone has horses they
do not care to give awav, they bet
ter keep them at home, South
KKOM C lll KC'II TO II E A V UN.
An old gentleman by the name of
Phillip Johnson secured his wish
last Sunday at Council itlutfs. by
passing away while attending
church. Just before the regular
service began a lady in a pew next
to that occupied by the old man
noticed bis head fall forward. She
hastened to his side and found him
dying. She raised his head in her
hands, he gave a gasp and the wish
of his life was gratified- he had
gone from the house of his Master
to the Master's presence. The body
of the old gentleman was removed
to his home only a few blocks away.
The occurrence created a most pro
found impression on the members
of the congregation.
Alii i Todd came home last week
f'-nut the Omaha Commercial col
lege having graduated with the
honors of the institution.
Areuds (lerdes has purchased the
John McCaig farm in Stove Creek
Township. The consideration was
Judge Chapman was (Tailed to
Kossuth, Iowa Friday to attend the
funeral of Miss Sue Matson, who
served here as a teacher in the pub
lie schools, and made here many ac
quaintances and friends. Judee
Chapman adjourned court Friday
evening until Monday and atten
ded the funeral Sunday.
VY. C. Showalter, ex-clerk of the
district court has sold his bi i-acre
farm out in the precinct to J. K'.
Vallery. Consideration, .fil.iKitl.
Henry Hoeck fell one day last
week and ruptured a ein in bis
right arm w hich necessitated a sur
gical operation to release the
The supreme ccurt laM week
handed down a decision in favor of
Allen Heeson against the Omaha
Southern railway company. It is a
suit over the right of way and gives
Mr. Heeson $l,'JiK).
H. McIIujh has opened up his
blacksmith shop on I 'earl street
between Sixth and Seventh and is
prepared to do all kinds of black
smithing, especially horse shoeing
at low priced.
Mr. J. P. Riley of Kight Mile
Grove sold his farm, known as the
Oder Hill farm last Monday to
Troop Hrothers, for the snug sum
The little six-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hlunt who live on Winter
steen hill died last Monday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, the funeral was
held Tuesday across the river at
the Fast Plattsmouth Haptist
The county commissioners are in
regular session this week.
Dr. A. Shipman who left for
Omaha a tdiort time uyo has re
turned to Plattsmouth, he says
Omaha is dead, and if anybody
thinks Plattsmouth is dead just let
them go to Omaha and they will
Bay Plattsmouth is a live town.
Now is the time to take a good
blood purifier and the very best is
Gering A Co's., Compound Kxtract
of Sarsaparilla. Sold only by Ger
ing & Co., druggists.
Kobertj Metteer of Murdock sends
us the cash for Tub Hkkald and
New York Tribune for one year
and orders them sent to John Can
non, Turner, Oregon, thus our sub
scription list grows.
You had better clean house before
long and if you start cleaning house
j on are never clean until you paint
and paper, so if you are desirous of
being clean you shoulU go to
llrinvn A Harrett and see their new
and complete stock of paints and
1 1. Horenaier, was called to Gage
Co., Neb., on account of the death
of his aunt, his uncle died four
The eldest son of F. Stock is quite
sick with measles.
Mr. F. Stock is making great im
provements about his place, C. Kis
enhut has been building a porch
to his house and now he is paint
ing the building.
Rev. C. Stock of Knox county was
here last werk, making out the
neci ss iry papers for his land which
he sold to Mr. llertel.
K'ikli A Neit.el bought the im
plement business of lCvans A II lire,
last Thursday. They will keep
every thing that belongs
to the trade, such as bug
gics, cat riages, wagons and as soon
as their new warehouse is done they
will be ready to supply the wants
of everybody in implements.
The grain business of Ivvans A
Hare has assumed such propor
tions, that they have their hands
full with the same, and sold (he im
plement business to KiklTA Neit.el
Rev. Acthouse has a protracted
meeting in progress two miles west
of here, which will close next Sun
day with the fourth quaterly meet
ing. I,. Neit.el got a large shipment of
house paints, from the Omaha Oil
A Paint Co., he has already sold to
four parties that are painting their
houses. It is the best paint ever
brought to Murdock, the most
skeptical will be convinced of that
fact, after giving it but one trial.
Mr. John Whirl returned from the
west, and is again running the
elevator for Kvaus A Ilure.
lvmma WurU is retained by "the
school board as teacher for the
summer school, she has given en
tire satisfation so far.
We have a chronic ' killer" on the
school board, w ho is studing the
school law at presi nt for the pur
pose to find out any technicallities
that the legal voters of ths district
have not complied with. It would
have been better for this "sinarly"
if he had attended better to his
duties in the past, and studied
law a little earlier.
YVANTF.I) - Agents to sell our
choice nnd hardy nursery stock.
W'e have many new and special va
rieties, both in fruits and ornamen
tals to oiler, which are controlled
only by us. W'e pay commission or
salary. Write ua at once for terms,
and secure choice of territory.
MAY Hkothkrs, Nurserymen,
Rochester, N. Y.
J)e prices re Reasonable.
E. G. DOVEY & SON.
Ty Are Very D8'rat,,e-
You Will fte Jrcsd.
Wc refer to tlie Latest Addition
to Our Carpet Department.
WE ARE SHOWING A HANDSOME LINE OF
MEDIUM PRICED GOODS IN
NGRAINS AND BRUSSELS.
IF YOU CONTEMPLATE BUYING IT WILL
PAY YOU TO LOOK OVER OUR STOCK.
STAIR CARPETING, CHINA MATTING
RUGS AND DOOR MATTS.
The Finest Lineof Plain; Fringed
Window Curtains to be had
in Cass County.
t i TT f ott cpiMr. r.nnnQ
IS FULL AND COMPLETE
QUALITY RELIABLE AND PRICES
E.G. DOVEY & SON.
YOUR FAV0MTE HOME PAPEE
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brown block, opposite Y. M. C. A. Ituild
iiiK, Sixteenth and DoukIu Streets.
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MARKET ON SIXTH ST RE ST,
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frf?, Salt ai?d Smoked
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Headquarters : for : Poultry.
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ATTORNEY AT UW
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