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VOL XXVJ. Ni). J.
IM.aTTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, lfcSO.
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It'-t sl ''t w'iiilit aluiii iliifii;i'e fowilcn-
.si('f nf: it rtl:!H. I'i-VAL KAKI m; l'VI)KI
local l a cay I cs.
Tlicy luive a rn-w yirl over nt the tcl
eih)iio xcluiiiiif hikI Sti-ve Uu.z II si t
U tlic cigars v. h' n tlin hovsc.ill him
K. J. Siiiuh cr, 11 fj.. (if LkvoImikI.
Col'ir nl,' is in tlii- i t v to l'.k alt' r ii
inti n"-t- in an iiiipoi tiint tille c.tst; in tin
All of th" ol.l r cnr.l-i i.h .ut thr I .:
ollii; s arc l.-in; lni-tl uj) tod iy ni-
i truti'i y to tli ir s!iiinciit fast to molt
Ci'iniiinilii u vmh Its.
Dr. .!. A. l'oi! i -.1, of Ni h.iwk'., wi.s 'n
the lit;. S.ituiil.i mi at 'riul.inci -.t II i
li. km C 1 1 in I. all' I liNiili' t!.L- IIb-ltI.D
VT V '" H- lit I'll I .
Ei. O iv : 1 1 s just I?-, tin 1 1 tlnit ly tl
ri r iii tl' tl' oi his ii.'ino h' r lie iii
inli iit fT.la I) I ii Ih.iiM u cont in
h' r t ' in I i.. E on 1 1 iso. ii I 1. 1 t ii n .
Tn Mi l ium U tli . ui. 1 R -s Morr.'W
Iihvi- j'uii" mi a v i.-it to Hi - F th'-r tlit
M ito l ys it .M.nl'iU. I ivni Will mc
('iiiiii ini ! tti i.i tiiis m irni'ij as far i
Til.- L U;-vi'l" Hriil" P.nuils sohl for
$.),G"t). Afti-r .' miii: hi. Is on construct
instil" luiilu" the Oo'iimision' is h1
j nun 1 to April 1-t when the contract
v.ill jroli il'ly ic It-t.
A. B Ivn. itts r. titinc'l tlii i inorninir
from a hrief tri to Wiepin Water.
He will lCo to Council Bluff tlM l ist t
the ivi'i li, h iviiiif iicepti'-l a position
wit !i his In- . th' r it) tlu coal lutsitii ss in
Tlie Hf.itAl.l) 1 arns that the farmers in
the precinct an- 1 leinuin f to see th
bon l inatt' i- in its proper liilit, an l that
with the urowinLt sentinn-iit, li rn of a
le-tfi-r mi h-r-t in'liii x suecss is, with a
li th- mission try work as-mr-il.
If the M. P. homls ate tu t curridl we
woiililhe in wni'si shape than if the
matter had never In i n lroached; many
p -ople h ive project-d liuihltns, nnd
n'her iinprov nients that would l e
dropped, w ithout ci rcinony if the Woiuls
I. Is. Dixon, of Chariton. Iowa, has
ifen (1 ui a firs- class hakery in the
IV -It i.i is House conn r. Mr. Dixon is an
old linker, and from the qurdity of his
fronds we undertake t suv he is a winner
ami has conic to stay.
V. L. Hitt, a l.rii;ht i nerjri tic youns:
man ( ikiscity. son of S. W. Hitt, went
to O.n di i this m iming, w here he will lie
married tomorrow at the residence of
IVt;:r it ul in 1, at the Tremont House, to
. kss Anna d uiijhter of John R' uland, of
'this ci y. Mr. IIi"t his tuted up the
Prmu; r lious . on M .in street, where he
will lureaftcr reside.
ruts is.x i.
Ij E Skinner :s with the Ilihernim in
. the tin tropolis.
Mrs. .cteiniKo and daughter Miss Delia
are in O nalia t dny.
Ci nrt 11 porter. Whci hris on hand to-
dav lea lv hi- Imisness.
Mrs Ciias. M E' tee, was a passenger
for Lim oln this morning.
Ch ul s Win . lei hr..th' r of D. H. is in
the city tod iy from Gleiiood.
Father 15 Trr ;s lookinx in on the
t. P-tiic c leliiation in O.naha t'.al iy.
T. O. M 'i'n mi tx-lwjir t Gri -wod
caim iii tod iy fiom his firm near
Mrs M. MeE'wain went up to G'-eerw
wood tins m irning to visit r litiv.s for
a f W diy..
C iiri'y .V't r i -y MnJiou-y. of O n ih i.
nnd E. A. O'B jonv uf the D c, Wi-rs in
tu citv y.sterJtty. ,
TJhl Arrli'r took thetriiinthis inorniiifj
for Grand Island, nnd after h few day
he goes on to Denver.
- I't ti r I'erry w ent to Kr-atney County
this morning to visit hi Son-in-law
Stephen Baiki r, for n few days
E. A. W. Snell. tin: Iji t-t drug salesman
in th" stat", is in the city today represent
ing Blake Bruce Sz Co. of Omaha.
Col. Emil Oppermnn is cultivating the
Irish b ys in Omaha today; lowk out for
a new candidate for the city council.
E. F S -yholt an old time resident of
this county, is litre from his home in
Ww York looking alter his real estate
Dr.Sehihlknecht is snffeiingtoday with
i very disagreeable carbuncle on his
Win. Hitrhey and Miss Mollie McNa
nara ree-iyed per:::it to wed Saturday at
the hands of th'! county judge.
Holiert Wilkinson, of Weeping Water,
the genial manager of the old firm of
Ueed ii Co., is in the c ity today.
Cliarhs Dudley Wai mi's essay in '"The
Editor's Drawer" of IIam'kk's Mauazinh
for April will discuss ' the responsibility
The unall boy still likes to loiter in
font of 1'hil Young's show' window
where maiMes of all d sciiption are
-.liown in yreat prolusion.
"Not Love, not War," is the next son
H t ot Wni (Is worth to le publi-hed, with
illustrations by Alfred Parsons, in
I IakpI'.u'.s .M AiiAZiN k for April.
I. P. Antill is netting to be quite a
Miifi ctioner; S' llin ; 1 irg" q I intities ol
is Finest eieanis by whohside. IVdple
'n iesh.iul I buy no .'tie i' ni'tke.
Ai('l,il..ild ( nd. .n. Francis L. Mice,
- lid. ;rn (bove T mi -v. and Lvdi i T.
!i 'l.il. iui at'i' '.lie poets to lie represented
a tli" A ii il mi n'e-r of II.iip,.k's Mag
zxt; Char ey Cli rrv. Iiavino sol ( off Li
a m nu ini .l.'iiiei.t-. wdl in iv to We (
y Wat.'!' allele If V 1 1 I 111 I tl lliiiill' i
i ii lors in i s ; y I r; i a n -a-u ite with th
v ii.ts of the tow n .
E i"iii. X'i 7i). .s it cani" into th--yards
'ruin th" west this moriiiiio', with 49
I . .ds. I ii . k her eccentric rods and bent
the guides, so that she will have to go to
he shops for a feTT itavs.
Th:: W -.bash v' ei kly X"vs coni"S out
is im eiyht paoe pap. r. I nil of loeal and
!' r il news, and from its advertising
columns one would suppose it was a larger
or at any rate a mote enterprising town
T. W. Whicher, ha s inr set tin d a po
sition as cngiip-er on the Cincinati South
ern left for the scenes of his l-.hor on
the flyer this afternoon. He will be m
ployed on the Sonvrset division, the
first one south of Cincinnati.
The Assessors frern each precinct in the
County were ins ssimi today and arramred
to assess personalty and realty at one thir '
their value The following pn perty was
Agreed should be ei'. nipt" d; feed for
teams, Lrr iin for seed and ivh -at surfieient
to bread-the family.
An admission of t n cents will he
charged at tie' 'vr nib 't ry bog"' Friday
nirht also fifteen cents for supper.
This will be a novel entertainment,
among other things the best of music
will be lifforiU-d. The social will be held
at the pleasant home of Mrs. S. A. Davis
on IVarl ttreet.
Fred Walters, one of the brakemrn on
the bridge division, had scarcely got
through c- h br iting the advent of n
heir t the Walters estate when his part
hit. G. Tl. Ferguson, announced the ar
rival of a tine ixiil. It is needless to say
that part of the bridife crew is happy.
Don't forget the K. P. social at their
Hall. This is a new department inaug
urated by the members here. On the last
lodge night of each month they invite
th.ir wives and a. few fiiends and have a
nice social time. One of th" obj-cts of
the Loi'ife is thereby oiitaiii' d. the promo
ting of feilo"'.v-hip and sociability.
In " Th.- E Ht. S:r.'1v" of Hakpfk's
' Mac.azin-i: t'u April 'V. D. II ,w,-lU will
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' God in li s Wod 1" by a writer who
choosis to withhold his name n i ter
pretation of the Ciirist life as reMiondintr
I to and c on 'leti:ij flm iirim-itions of
s;.iritud t'U'h yiv. n in Nature and
Human N it lire.
The old f a-h'o ) tl woo l rntthit has
don' servii; for mint years, has li.itl
sunvsrs d"d by wli it 13 known n the
chalk piate process for in kin j pictures
for ii"vs; apers ami mao-izines. And
lijhr her in on- n irbt. w h-.ve a " an
in the person of L. E. K-rneS that lu
ucLievcJ the re4JUt..ti u yfU.iii quitj
The onl ONE PRICE CLOTHIER in Plattsmouth, and look through his large and beautiful Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
Furnishing Goods, Hats, etc.
JOE will show you more and better made Clothing lor less money than you will find in Plattsmouth.
TALK ABOUT SHIRTS
i on ought to see JOES' line, more styles to select from than all his Competitors dare show you, and from the cheapest Cotton to the Lost
Flannel and Silk JSlnrts made.
IS AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED GENUINE KNCX HATS.
Look out for change of Ail.
chalk plate artist, he has done quite a
busii ess making autograph electrotypes,
.is well as electrotypes of buildings anil
citizens here. If you have a borse, or
anything else in fact that you wish to
get a print of, send a photograph to
Karnesi, the operator, and he can fix you
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday
and today to the following persons. As
a matrimonial market Cass county is
hard to b at. They aro Andrew J.
II loan, age 25, to Ann S Barr, nge 18;
N .th ui S. Parker, age 60, to Mrs. Julia
M. Coon, age 55; Divid C. West, nge25,
to K .tie Stone, h" 20; James A. Ingram,
aiic 28. to Fannin Spenee, age 20; Wil
liam H. Lopp, age 22. to Ida Ingm-.reon.
The lecture 1 .st night by Rev. David
Tatum was fairly well attended, but the
fact that th- h dl was used for hoidinir
court the b- tur r was compell-d to re-
v -to the M E church aftir exten
siv ly adv rtising th- plac ' seriously di
minished th- att mUnce While th.
lectur. is ml a an-t many good thing,
ili'-v w. re principally a n petitii-u of th.
various arguments put forth by K-ctjr-rs
on this sulj :t. He lacked originality
hut brought scripture to his support anl
insisted that the best twniperanC" work
w is christian w rk. Everything consid
ered the lecture v is a profitable one.
FE SON At,.
Miss Genntr is in Omaha.
J. II Waterman and wife are in
Geo. Bill inee boarded No. 5 for Lin
coln this morning.
Mrs. Cpt. Palmer was a passenger
west on No. thi3 morning.
Joe Klein the one priced clothier was
a passenger to Omaha today.
Frank Carruth and Lady were among
the Omaha throng this morning.
Mrs. C. M. Wead returned home this
morning after visiting with friends here.
J. E. Rtb y spent the evening in Platts
mouth looking alter his many iuten sts
Miss. Ella Schmidt returned to Omaha
today after a pleasant visit with Mrs.
J. N. Mason, father of Mrs. Geo.
Ilouseworth and city tnasurcr of Bur
lington, l. ft for Hastings this morning
after a pleasant visit he-e.
Col. S. P. Vanatta supports the nicest
buggy horse and phaeton in the city,
and enjoys a drive over town with his
fine turnout a litfe bitter than anybody.
The wife, of the tuspect in the county
jail, says his name is C." W. Sherman.
D.mt for get the "Cranberry bog" social
at Mrs. S A. Davises- Friday evening.
Vallerys new meat market sports A neat
sign on the window. John Leach was
The Citizens Bank sre moving today
into their palatial quarters in the Riley
'Block, a full d scription of which was
given in the Herald several days ago.
The Charley Sin ; mans appear to be in
hard lu k, one was murdered at Oak, Neb
raska, a few days ago; one is in jiilhere,
charged with murder and another is in
the newsp iper business.
Just now the handsomest window in
the city is the one at J. V. Weckbach's
dry ooods st ir. ; it has been arran2-d by
th-Miss, s Wtckbach inn manner that
will n pay visit for inspection.
Pitterson, Murphy &C., are shipping
rl-.y from Cedar Creek to Omha for
mixing fin pressed b ick. Wht the
m it ter with miking the brick at Cedar
C ek and shipoiug them inatcad of the
cky. - .
At least you will
The Infest Stv?-?
The Jury took dinner at John Denson's
The yard master received a telegram
this morning from Yillitca, Iowa, asking
him to look out for tramps two men
and a boy, they having stolen an over
coat at that place and were headed for
The following card appears in a Lin
coln paper, showing that the ex chief
justice may be considered a resident of
that place hereafter: "M. B. Reese, at
torney at law, rooms 17-18, Montgomery
block, southeast corner Eleventh and N
The many friends of Mrs. James Finely
will be sorry to learn of her demise,
which occurred yesterday. No particu
lars of her death could he gathered from
the meager dispatch sent to friends here.
L iter iufoi mation says that the fumral
will occur at Fairmont tomorrow.
On of the most swcssful plays of r-
c: nt years, the ShenadoMh," founded uj- ! Dr- Emmonatid wife ore in Omaha to
ut war incid- nts is at the Boyd in Onnlm j day.
for the last three nights this week and j O. H. Ballon and wife and A. J.
Situnlay matinee. It has twan so wonder Gray sure in Iowa.
fully succi ssful that the author has made j "L)ifk"' Riv tt ret'inr-.'! to his home in
a fortune out of it. It will be worth go- ' Lincoln this morning.
IS Tt i8',,oduc '0"inl : IM.ry Eik nbarrv an ' J.hn Cummins
41 V A ' 'Ul tl U J
Freight conductor Sjcor, with a train
from the east this morning, surprised the
operator by enquiring if h-6hmild take.
a car that was billed for Elmwood to;
Lincoln or std- track it here to wait for '
the Missouri Pacific. It was finally ar
ranged that he might take it to Lincoln
this time, but hereafter it might be nec
essary to side track here.
We take pleasure in announcing M. J.
Berry, Esq., as a candidate for mayor of
Ilavelock Mr. Berry is a man of fine ex
ecutive ability, commanding presence, and
polished manners. His friends say he
will be tb cted, and that the duties of the
office will be so arranged that he can still
run a train for the "great Burlington
Route," without in any way interfering
with his offical duties.
The plans for the new hotel at Ninth
and P streets contemplate a building to
cost not less than $200,000, with a front
age of 125 fret on Ninth street and 134
on P. It is made but six stories high.
There will be 154 guest chambers and
twmty six private baths. It may be
made spven stories high, in which even'
it will contain about 200 guest rooms.
It is proposed to have the building com
pleted by January 1. next. It has not
vet been decided whether it will be of
pressed brick or stone. Lincoln Call.
'By the president's recent proclamation
11,000,000 acres, comprising some of the
finest agricultural and stock raisinglands
in the world, was thrown open to settle
ment. The Ponca Reserve and Fort Ran
dall Reserve lands, the former in Nebras
ka, just north of Holt and Knox counties
and the latter just across the line in South
Dakota, must all be entered through the
land office at O'Neill. Neb., and all the
lands in the western district in the Dako-
tas, at the Ripid City, South Dakota
Rev. David Tatum left this morning
for Nebraska City to fill an engagement
under thf auspices of the W. C. T. U.
His lecture in this city. Monday night.
was w"ll attended, and his arguments
were strong and conclusive on the sub
ject. He ably showed that a large per
c-nt of the criinu of this country could
be traced to intemperance,",thus increasing
the expense of trying and caring for
criminals, and emphasized the fact that
our pool houses and charitable institu
tions are filled with victims of this great
C'rse. His remarks were founded on
statir-tios and furnish a very profitable
line of thooaht for the people of this
i ftate at this time.
I PiTTSxona W. C. T. U.
think so if you go to
-f "Jnts tiv.d fitps
It Saved BT Child' Ufa.
" Vhtn my child was born.
!io doctor ordered oueof the
j;h r rurxla. Khe ato that un
iii th nearly died. I bad throe
i'..i:'t .iTi, who said the trouble
'iui Iiidliestion, and onlered
fju; f.K-d chttiiKcd to Xjictat.vi
I-vmkI. It Btved my child'? life,
."-u.l I o.va you many thanks
.'or ifc. I rfpard your FikxI ai
ii.'.'Qiuublo. and superior to all
otb.r ai-tincial food for hbi.-.
Slszi. A. . Eento lo,
!5 Ir. Kaaa PlaM,
FOR INFANTS and INVALIDS
THE PHYSICIAN S FAVORITE.
PeesesKea many Imtmrtnnt AdvantiiKca
over all other i
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT.
Perfectly Nourishes a Baby with
or without the addition of m IU.
Thro S'.zes. Ic. 65c. 61.00.
A Ti!:i;'t.li- fii.ii 1'lil. t
- if Itlf.iu;:. lil'd
PURELY pisuaoy AL.
went to Om-ha today.
Miss Li.ibie H'-sser went to Lincoln this
motninir in visit her sister.
Harley Whiting left this morning
ft business flip to New Y tk.
John Denson will fur ish the supper
for the K. P. people tonight.
Chief Engineer L-iwis, of the M. P.,
went to Omaha this morning.
Etta Solnldknccht returned to her
Greenwood home this morning.
Mrs. Frank Conrsey and Mrs. Eads are
visiting at J H. McCoy's, in Omaha, to
day. II. C. Ritchie, J. L. Minor and Frank
Morgan made a business trip to Omaha
Sim'l Thomas is vtsit:ng his brother-in-law,
O. M. Carter, the Omaha banker,
J. M. Craig, Geo. Shrader and D. A.
Campbell boarded the early train for
Hon. J. W. Barnes, of York, was in
the city over night visiting his daughter,
Mrs. D. A. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Sedan will be greatly
missed by their many friends here, having.
today removed to Alliance where Mr.
Sedan will be employed in the roundhouse.
Charley McPherson and wife returned
to their home, at Greeley Center, this
morning. Mr. M was returning from a
two week's trip looking after his landed
interest in Alabama.
Through the courtesy of Fred Latham
Esq., the genial ticket agent of the "Bur
lignton Route" w are permitted to fur
nish the reeeipts and shipments of freight
in car lots at Plattsmouth for the year of
1889. The amount of shipments alto
gether would be nearly three times the
total given. This should have tuyeared
yesterday but was crowded out:
- tieen .
Io cars) r;i:l 's No cars
v0;Sc: a i iron .. 1
37?; ' iwr i
1 -ji-os'S 2
... . i s ' r 'cs 13
... 43 oil I ... 1
U'HjP'k 'g TTouse prod'ts i
. ... 2rt.umber 11
Vmie y barrels
10 I.ht h a
Kmipr nt in.-veables i, Ib.u-w hold goods.
Canned not ds i?i
Lumber 235iBk . .
Henzi j i- our
a tha 3. 'la
I'll 17 Fur .i ure
' -m- nt 6 E Iji't m- veab e
Linio 26 B-t-r
-al' .- .. to -t. rie ,
(1 140 3m w-13t
It nil No Equ&t,
"W are UHintr In onr nnr.
si ry (rr.titiiliilnv forty Infants)
your Lactatrd Fooil. hihI fitvi
it far suiic-iior to all other food
wbli h ban been uiwd durinif
thu I-t t-n y.r that I bar
r. jmred 1'ooiXm.
beiu viHttinx I'liyhleinn.
Hte.r of Charity, who
cbanre of rh lUfct.tuUou, '
it hau no iMiuaL"
V.'. r.. He Coitct, D.,
i't. Jc" i,l;'flIUiid!lDft ,nyl'.inv, -l
i:ir iuii.'i. Ohio.
r :i "T'ii? Niitriilo.i
li, o.h.l .' f:.-.'.
Ik. CO., BUl-L.lMGTOtV-i
Missouri Pacific Bonds Carried. J
Plattsmouth precinct is loyal to it3
hot interests, is far sighted and proyres-f
sive. The bonds to furnish rii-ht of wr
for the Missouii riiilroid uried by
vote of l;a tor to 1.1 .lo-tinst. If Pl.dcs
mouth do'-s as well ve are wiumrs un(
'oi ve niiib' a irr md start f.r I 'J(1. T
Tod i vjbv his honor. Ju loe R uns y. M
Junes 1 1 -.rim to M ss Fni lib? S nee
both of "his county. Mr. Inoram is at-'
old r sid' nt i f Olendab' where he and hi
amiable wife hav-spent tie ir lives Tliej
will live hereafter on Mr Ingr-niV farm
in Kearney county. The Herald wishen
them prosperity and happiness in thei (
new home. j
List of Letters
Remaining unclaimed, in-th. pvtofP
at Plattsmouth. N b., March 19. l&VK
for the week end'ng March 12, 1690:
Bryant. W E
Iea", K '
li' Din. 'annuel
Davit, 8 H
Hayes, Mrs fc.it a M Keller, Lvi
Kn'k, I. : baurl H- nry
M I t, M s Mary A Iny. L f
Mill-r. .Mis Fauiue Mill r. Kinma.
It'vetr. J Itobcrts lluu'h
lJpereun, Parger Vanatta, J It
Persons calling for any of the abov
letters will ph ase say "advettised."
Hk.vky J. Ktrrioht, P. M.
The Commerce Commission- '
The city editor of the Hkhald whP
in Lincoln yesterday, had the pleasure
looking in upon the C unmerce
Comtuision iu the United Stati
court room; and a brainy crov
of men met our gaze. Hon. W. (
Morrison, th Illinois democrat with art--.
utation for ability second ton. '
state, presided. Mr. MJrvson
gray, with keen black ey';s full gray be" '
and hindsome weil poised head
he wou'.d be noxd ..anywhere a
a leader. His associate, judge -.yraz-formerly
of the. supreme court
Vermont, is a middle aged blc
with intellegence written on every II
of his countenance.
For the railways we noticed J. i
Thurston and his assistant, Mr. w'S
W. HoIJrege, Chas. Gre
wecse and several Oi '
For the people Attorney g" e
lira assistant J. W. Stewart. t?'.J.
son, Charles Hall and T. '
. . .. ' v "
Among ine prominent, raiirrj-i
noticed, A. F. Whlker, chairman of ti
ter elate railroad association, a I
looking, t-ide wh!kered, medium
light complected gentl-man. tha
the reputation of drawing a sal
125.000 p r year.
Till' commi-sion will inrvcti.rati.
j n. RseR n h, h df of tile frm..ra aft
find out what the freight agent and
manaoi-rs havo to say. -
W. II. Picken his ilwijs !;fn on .
Plattsmouth's most progressive ci'iz
and ifthn people of the third wi. :-'
wis they will elict hiiu to rv;preburV
in the city council. f
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