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VOL XXVI. NO. i5.
N, liNMnlTH. (S: OUVTV, XK15UASKA, THURSDAY, JULY;?, 18JJ0
$1.50 A YKAIJ.
Mr. . II. Uillo i w in Oiu iln i ty .
J. T. Mills, of At-ldand, is in the city
Joe Kkin, tin- clotl.ii i, d.j'uited for
Chicago lnfct evening.
J.okn:-To Mr. and Mrs. J. L F.uth
ing, a foil, June "0, lH'.tO.
Lee Oldham, f Mhithv, v.s a passen
ger this morning t Omaha.
Rev. Ruekr.er and fun.ily returned
from .Stanton county lat cvt nm'.
The democratic central committee will
meet at Louisville, Tmch 1 iy, July 8tk
The Btate democratic antral committ e
will meet at Omaha.Monday, July Tth. '
THE CLOSING MEETING.
Texas Cyclone" Struck
City but Hurt noOne.
IS'-v. Jurdon, th rolort-d - i i ;; ir. -i.t
diittur, st-ut nut ly tl)? Uuu-j-i.u is ui
leapue of the f ttitf to licuss the cn
utitutiouid nd.nmt to he vott-d .n at
the coming Novt-uili'.-r tl'-tin, Lurht
thr'e mectiDUH in thin ciry Sundiy alttr-
The Republican County Convention of
Ca.-s County, will couven .-.t
Weeping WtU-r, NVh., Siturday,. July
l'.Uh, lv.to, (,t 10 o'c lock a. in., to placn
in nomination a county ticket announced
1 senator; 2 represent it ives, 1 commis
sioner M-coiid 'i-trict, and one coun'y
attorney. u!so to ehct 21 delegates '.o
noun, M.mday mgU and closing last t..te convention to be held at Lincoln,
i.iKht with a vastash,.,bly in h,.1 around . N(.,( f Juy and (leU.gftte8 tQ
the tent lor the tent was entirely too u c,,n,,ressl ' , ronv.-ntion to b held
at riattsinouth, Neb., Sept., 23, 2b'.0 and
i 21 .ieleuhte to tlie float convention.
Uy ordei ut Central Committee.
Emll to cont-nu them dU mny coming 1
in troni Ujo i ouniry ana Kitting iu
wagons mid l ggits within hearing dis
tance of the tent. Last uiyht's meeting
was opened at half p iet eight, with tev-
Mr. I). O. Dwyer haa been endued to ! -ral temperance pphs by ttie speaker and
deliver the 4th of July celebration at i hid two color.d assistanta. Mr. Waddy
Hi-ilr Ttlnffa ! the matchless li-s soloist, and Louis
Mr. John Lincston departed this
morning for a vibit among relatives in
Racine, Milwaukee and Chicago.
J. V. Week bach is makim; some mi
provements to his tine residence by add
mg a large bed room ou the groui.i
Mr. II. II. Russell, of Villisca, Iow
arrived in the citv this mornmr on his
way to visit his parents at Weeping
Water oyer the Fourth.
Mrb. Ed. Fitzgerald, accompanied by
her cousin Mrs. Sanford Lewis of Me
Cook, returned this morning from a vUit
to Mrs. Fitzgerald's mother at Louisville,
Wash A. Young, of the coach depart
ment of the shops, departed this morn-
iH4? for Umonville. Missouri. It is
whispered that Mr. Young will lead
Missouri belle to the altar before his re
turn but of course we won't say anything
about it now.
Geo. Heii'tiicksou, who went to St.
Joe last week with his invalid sister, Mis9
Lizzie llendrickson, returned last even
ing leaving his sister under treatment of
Dr. Bishop. Miss Hendricksou's friends
in the city will be pleased to learn that
the tloetor entertains hooo of her ulti
Miss Carey, the returned missionary
from Persia who expected to bo with tin;
Presbyterians next Sabbath, came uncx
pectedly today, and will talk tonight
during the prayer meeting hour iu the
basement of their chnrcb. Tlx; mwsinn-
ary societies of other churches and di'j
public are cordially jnvited to b present.
Messrs. Peter C. Stander and W. B.
Shryock, representative business men of
Louisville, called on the Hkkaj.d Inst
evening. These gentlemen report Louis
ville's futHre prosperity as brightening
They will have a bridge over the Platte
and soon employ a considerable number
of men at the tile factory. The Herald
is pleased to note such marks of substan
tial improvements in our Cass county
Fire works at Wildman & Fuller's. 2t
There will be a picnic hel l
Meisinsrer srrove. in Eight Mile
precinct, on tlie 4th of July.
The committees are consummating ar
rangements for a grand Fourth of July
celebration in this city. A good pro
gramme of exercises has been arranged,
and the names thereon is a guarantee
that the celebration will be in cyery way
a grand success.
Do you waut any fireworks? Remem
ber J. P. Young giyes genuine bargains
in 4th July goods. Fire crackers, 8
packages for 25 cents, and all fire works
in same proportion. Persons expecting
to make private displays should not
fail to give J. P. Y. a call and save
I. S. Doten, Jutice of the Peace and
merchant of Bristol, III., says he can rec
commend Sr. Patrick's Pills. "I have
used them,'' he says, "and know whereof
I speak." Any one troubled with con
stipation or biliousness will find them a
friend. They are prompt and certain in
their action and produce a pleasant ca
thartic effect. For sale by F. Cr. Frickc
& Co tf
To the Public.
J. P. Young wishes to inform the pub
lic that he is selling '"fire works" at
prices that defy competion, making prices
from 23 to SO per cent lower than last
year's prices. Everybody can afford to
celebrate and have "fireworks." We
make special prices on "fire crackers,"
namely, S packages for 25 cents. Call
early and secure your 4th of July goods.
Fine residence lot for sale. The
most convenient to business, High
Sclool, churches, and K. R. depots,
of any lota now in market.
1 27 ml Hays' Add
Jordan, after which the Kev. l.uekuer
prayed earnestly for humanity, home
and the temper.ncv cau-e. Rev. Jordan
tlix.t r t x.ul tt tk rlt-lifrfer ttti rf Vila '
characteristic addresses by quoting the
martyred Lincoln, that '"you can fool
some people all the tiiue; you Can fool
all people some of the time, but you
can't fool all tlie people all the time."
the t-peaker aii;o;il Iss-u with tile lict-re
business, you can't always fool people
by the threadoare argument of '"revenue"
The biole narrative of Esmi selling
his bit th-right toi pottage was comm. n
ed upon at tngih, 'he speaker saying
we have the "modwrn Esau'' in the
persons who will sell their principles to
the liquor traffic for the paltry dollars of
revenue received for the licence which
legaliz s the business. After a strong
appeal to the voters to vote for the
amendment ut the November elec
tion, the audience was asked to
pledge financial aid t tlu: non
partisan amendment league of the state,
when $75 was promptly subscribed. The
songs, "Stars and Stripes of Columbia,"
"Have Courage My Boy to say No," and
"Vote of Thanks" were rendered in a
most satisfactory manner, the audience
Waltkk Cu'Ikorth, Chairman.
J. W. Thomam, Sec'y
The primaries in the precincts and
I wards will be held July 12 at the fol
lowing tirue and places;
Tipton precinct, seven delegates, at
I Eagle 7:20 p. m.
Greenwood piecinct, tight delegates,
at voting place 7:30 p. m.
Salt Creek precinct, eight delegates, at
Grenwood city 8 p. m.
Stove Creek precinct, nine delegates, at
G. A. R. hall 8 p. m.
Elaiwood precinct, seven delegates, at
Center school house 8 p. m.
Sou'h B -nd precinct, four delegates, at
South Bend 8 p. m. i
Hear Both Sides.
A great debate of the prohibition
amendment is to take yhiz-t at Beitrice
on July 5, and 7, between Prof. Samuel
Dickie, chairman of the National Prohi
bition Committee and Rev. Samuel Small
in favor of the prohibition amendment,
ani rAiwam uosewater. oi tne omana
lire, and Hon. John L. Webster, of
Onnh. in opposition to the amendment
Eil.t speeches are to be made on both
The whole debate will be published in
full in the Omaha Weekly Bee during
the month of July. The subscription
price of the weekly Bee has been reduced
for the campaign to a mere cost of paper
It will be mailed to any subscriber for
."5 cents from now until December first
By sending your orders promptly you
will be able to get the entire debate,
wtiich will run through several numbers
of the paper, beginning with Wednesday
July 9th. This oifer only holds good
for Nebraska subscribers.
The Bee Publishing Company.
Job- Carlson and Arthur Collins were
up betore Judge Archer today for dis
turbing the peace. Carlson was found
guilty and fined $5 and costs of 0.90.
Collins was dischaed.
John htatler, an old man irom near
Weeping Water precinct, six delegates, j Bartlet. Ia., was before Judge Archer to
day on the chargeof drunk and disorderly
for which he was fined $5 and. costs of
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. 3
applauding most heartily. On- n' ticeable
feature of these meetings was that a great
many country people came into hear the
Texas Cyclone," and they evinced a great
deal of interest in the discussion of the
question. It 13 the general impression
that the Jordan meetings were a success,
and productive of much good.
Installation of Officers.
List evening Cass Lodge, No. 140,
I. O. O. F., installed the officers for the
P. D. Bates assisted bv Frank Boyd,
L E. Karnes, A. Stultz, O. II. Snyder and
II. J. Streight, represented grand officers,'
Loran Davis N G.
T. E. Williams V. G.
John Corey Secretary.
C. H. Peterson Treasurer.
J. W. Bridge Warden.
L. Anderson Conductors
Nels Aagaard Inside Sentinel.
R. Walker, P. J. Hansen S. S.
A. E. Thompson R. S. to N. G.
Dr. C. A. Marshal L. S. to N. G.
After installation and closing the reg
ular business of the lodge, ice cream and
cake was served to all present followed
by cigars, after which the conclave com
mittee took possession of the hall, Frank
Boyd, chairman; L. E. h.arnes, secretary.
1 he toiiowirg committees were filled
out to further complete the work for
Vusnst 12th and 13th:
Finance: L. G. Larson, C. II. Peterson,
C. Kerr, Bird Critchfield, T. E. Wil
liams, John Corey, Dr. Shipman.
Transportation: L. E. Karnes, J. W.
Bridge, F. II. Steimker.
Printing: P. D. Bates, O. II. Snyder,
L. E Karnes
Programme: R. Peterson, O. II. Sny
der, S. P. Vanaita, C. A. Marshall, J. C.
Priyileges: B. C. Keir, L. Davis, C. A,
Marshall, S. A. Speakman.
Halls and grounds: Frank Boyd, P.
D. Bates, R. Walker, Benton Brown.
Speakrrs and music: Mrs. L. E.
Karnes, Mrs. S. P. Yanatta, Miss Hattie
Shipman, Dr. Humphrey, John Corey,
A. B. Knotts, Dan McNeelev.
Reception: B. C. Kerr, S. P. Vanatta,
E. Williams, Allen Stultz. S. F. Os
borne, Dr. Cook, Laura Twiss, Laura
Shipman, Mary Knvhler, Mrs. Steimker,
Mrs. Karnes, Mrs. Ilerold, Mrs. Vanatta.
Decorations: P. D. Bates, A. II. Ilager,
P. C. Peterson, Philip Wertenberger,
Mitchel Patton. Peter Claus, Hattie
Shipman, Miry Peterson, Lizzie Krccler,
Mesdames. Vanatta. "WilHams, Peterson.
Entertainment: R. Peterson, C. S.
Twiss. C. H. Peterson, B. C. Kerr, O. II.
Snyder. Julius Pcpperberg, Mcdames.
Bates, Twiss, Corey, Stultz, Walker,
Citizens co operative: J. W. Johnson,
C. W. Sherman.. R. W. Hyers, F. J. Mor-
ran, F. E. White. J. II. Young. Frank
Carruth. J. P. Young.
The first named on each list will be
the chairman of that committee.
Adionrned until Saturday evenins
when all members of the different com
mittees are requested to meet m Odd
' Fellows hall at 8 p. m.
at Cascade school house 3 p. m.
Center precinct, seven delegates, at
Manley 8 p. ni.
Louisville precinct, seven delegates, at
Louisville S p. rn.
Avoca precinct, five delegates, at
Hut chins school house G p. m.
Mt. Pleasai't precinct, riye delegates,
at Gilinoie school house 4 p. m.
Eight Mile Grove precinct, live dele
gates, at Ileil's school house 7:30 p. m.
Liberty precinct, twelve delegates, at
Union 7:-".0 p. in.
Rock Bluffs precinct, seven delegates,
at Burger school house S p. m.
Plattsmouth precinct, six delegatrs, at
Taylc school house 7:20 p. m.
Plattsmouth city, first ward six dele
gates, at county judge's office, 5 to 7 p.
m. ; Second ward, eeven delegates, at
ward school house 5 to 7 p. m. ; Third
ward, ten delegates, Richeys' lumber of
fice 5 to 7 p. m ; fourth ward nine dele
gates at Skinner & Ritchie's office 5 to 7
p. m.; fifth ward three del -gtes, at fifth
ward school house 5 to 6 p. m.
Weeping Water city, first ward four
delegates, at King's office, 8 p. in.; sec
ond ward, five delegates, at council
chamber 8 p. m.; third ward four dele
gates, a tMcDonald's store 8 p. m.
THE CONGRESSIONAL CONVEN
TION. Tlie republican ele.-t-irs if the first congres
sional ilNtriet of t state of Ne
rirai'ka are requested to "eml delegates from
their several counties to meet in convention in
the cityof I'lattsinoufh . n Tups. lay, the 23 day
of September, 1S90, at Bo'elo.'k p. in., for the
purpose of placing in nomination a candidate
for congress in said district, and for the trans
action of such business as may come before the
The several cou.ities are entitl d to repiesen-
tition as follows, being based upon the vote
cast for Hon. W. J. Connell f -r congress in isss.
giving one delegate at large to each county and
one foi each l.V) votes and major fraction
CdUNT.KS. UKL.I COUNTIES.
D.mglass TllRicha'dson. ,
Ciace '.M :r,iy
Johnson ? Saunders
It is recommend that no proxies pe admitted
to tlie convention and that the delegates pre
sent, cr regularly .elected alternate-- present,
be authorized to cast the full vote of the delegation.
John B, FurAy, Cheirman,
FrAnk R. McCartney. Secretary.
The pardoning board of Nebraska,
which has the privilege of pardoning
two convicts in the state penitentiary,
under life sentence, every Fourth of July,
have selected for pardon this year, John
Kount.e and Walter Harding, both under
life sentence for murder. This board
consists of the governor and chief justice
of tlie supreme court.
THE COMING AMENDMENT
The manufacture, sale and keeping for
sale of intoxicating liquors as a bever
age are forever prohibited in this state,
and the legislature shall provide by law
for the enforcement of thi3 provision.
riattsmouth, Neb., June 20, 1890.
All persons are hereby warned that we
shall in no case be responsible for any
bills contracted by any sub contractors,
foremen, or other employees, unless the
same be upon our written order,
tf E. P. Reynolds & Co,
Contractors Omaha & Southern Ry.
Perkins House: Wm Robinson, F
Roberts, Lincoln; Thomas Davis, Ne
braska City; Katie iVoIf ami daughter,
R J Wilcox, B J Scanneil, Mike Collins,
Omaha; John Terry berry and wife,
country; F A Hall, Win Btrdine, Wm B
Morledge, O L Darrah' Hastings; Ed S
Givler. Galcsburg, III.; J W Edmunds,
Murray: G E Sprout, Chicago; J T
Mills, S G Bryan, Ashland.
Flags and. fire works
at Wildmnn &
Monthly mean temperature 73.2.
Highest temperature 101, the 24,
and 28, and 1M) the 25, 98 the 20, 9tj
20 and 95 the lb'.
Lowest temperature 43 on 7th , 44 last
year on the 1st.
Rainfall 51. L ist year 3 J.
Number of rainy days, 14.
Clear days without clouds, 4.
Fair days, more nr less cloudy, -S.
Cloudy days, 4.
Wind frot:; th? northwest, (i times.
Wind from the northeast, 3 times.
Wind from the southwest, 25 times.
Wind from tl.h southeast, 15 times.
Number of thunderstorms, 7. Heav
iest 3rd, at 2:50
Rainfall for the fir.-t half of the: year,
Vegetation generally attained its
growth the second.
00 in the shade on the 29, with wind
from the north west., 70 all day, morn
ing, noon and night on the 19th. Of
course mean temperature would be 70.
Last half of the month extremely hot,
but good corn weather.
Like - A - Thousand - Streams
Finding their way to tlie Ocean, the People come to l.tiy:
They recognize our nnequaled facilities for Obtaining and Dis
posing of the Pest:
Mens, Boys and Childrens Clothing at the Lowest Prices.
They recognize tlie extent and excellence of our assortment:
The elegance, make, and buperior finish of our oods:
The Honorable Manner in which we conduct our Business.
hey Kealize wlien twy irive us One Doll.-ir n
Silver We give tlieiu One Dollar hi Clothing.
If you want a PusineKS Suit we will rit you out.
If you want a Drees Suit we will fit you out.
If you are a matrimonial candidate, we will tit you out, .-in a
fine Dress Suit for the occasion.
The Wise never get left and they buy their Clothing
and Furnishings ot
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Price 50 cents. Nuol Iniector free.
Go to Philip Kraus for your groceries?
queensware, and glassware, also for fresh
vegetables and fruits. All orders
promptly rilled and delivered to any paat
of the city. tf
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on guarantee. It cures con
E. W. Potter, the post master at Elm
Creek. Neb., says he has personal
knowledge of several cases of rheuma
tism, in that vicinity, that have been
permanently cured by Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, after other remedies were
used without benefit. He sold it at his
drug store there for five years and s;iys
he never knew it to fail, that "any cus
tome who once uses Chamberlio's Pain
Balm will have nothing else
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