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WEEKLY HERALD: PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, JULY 10, 1890.
rroni Saturday 'a Daily.
The City Bind returned from orth
licnd this morning, where they have
furnished music for the celebration on
J. V. Ey-iib'Tyr, .f ih Yi-r.:;i 15 ik-'-rj',
. had ft lively ride t 1 i.v ! '..in I hi" li"r-u
that dr wi tl r rcid w;il'':i. rniii.ifitr
down Filth Mriit from Oak to Miiii, but
J. V. h'-ld li.m level and prevented any
damage troin liiinu -done.
Col S. I. Van ittn u-'piet-ta -.i to ii
nounce his num- candidate fiTconn
ty attorney l fu- the rrpubl.on r-in-
vention. II -. claims thit he has bvcu a
life lf)r' r t"ill'C'n. Ini never asked for
office and ik fn!lv i-ualiri'-d fur the m
tion, and will till tin; olfice with credit to
himself and to th-b-f-t interest of the
I. S. Doten, Jctic of the Pe ice and
merchant t-f Bristol, I!'., my lie can rec-
commend S . I'atru k's Pills. "I have
used thfin." h fi9, "and know whereof
I speak." Anv one troubled with con
stipation or bi iou-n ei will find them a
friend. They are prompt ami certain in
their action and produce a pen?nnt ca
thartic effect. Fort-ale by F. O. FYicke
& Co tf
An Editor's Grandchildren.
J. It. Dodd. editor of the dailv and
weekly Arbor State, of Wyuiore, Ntb
eays: "I have seen the migic effect of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in cases of
coup and colds among My grandchil
dren. We would not think of going to
bad at night without a bottle of his rem.
' edy in the house." For Sale by F. O,
Fricke fe Co.
Plattsmoutb, Neb.. June 20, 1S00.
All persons are hereby y arned that we
ehall 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.
Fine residence lot for sale. The
most convenient to business, High
School,' churches, and R. R. depots,
of any lots now in market.
1 27 ml
The Reason Why.
FOR TIIK HERALD.
A drinks because his doctor recom
mends him to "take a little."
B becauso his doctor forbids it and he
C because he is wet.
D because he is dry.
E because he feels something rising.
F because he feels a sinking.
G because he went to see a friend off
II because he has a friend just come
I because be is so tired.
J because he is so warm at night.
K because he is cold in the morning.
L because he has a pain in his head.
M because he has a pain in his back.
X because he has a pain in his side.
O because' he has a pain in his chest.
P because he has pains all over him.
Q because he feels eo ligh and happy.
II because he is so heavy and miserable.
8 because he is married.
T because he isn't.
U because he likes to visit.
V because he likes to 6ee his friends.
W because he has no friends.
X because his uncle left him a leg icy,
Y because his aunt cut him off with a
Z because he went to town yesterday.
So every one has an excuse for drink
ing. The reason is another thing they
love the stuff. J. P. B.
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 says
he never knew it to fail, that "any cus
tome who once uses ChambeilinV Pain
Balm will have nothing else instead."
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co. tf
Dan Sullivan and Andy Feely were in
police court today on the charge of being
drunk and disorderly. Plead guilty and
each fined $5 and costs of $9.40.
Chas. Brown, the colorod boy, was be
fore Judge Archer today, for the larceny
of cash from the Perkins House drawer.
Plead guilty, and a sentence of five days
in jiil imposed.
Judge Ramsey, today, issued a mar
riage license to Mr. R. B. Morgan aged
22 and Miss Hester Allen aged 16.
Final settlement was made today in
county court, in the estate of Tabitha
Rakes, Benjamin Albin, administrator.
Final settlement was had today, in the
estate of Melinda E. Hubbell, Mrs. Eliza
L. . ,
Quite a serious stabbing affray occurred
down on the river bank last night be
tween two of the graders, in which one
was badly slashed across the back and on
Kmtor IIkrald: I said in my'labt
letter that I would tell you about some
of the cities and scenes that came under
my observation. I left the city of
Portland the morning of the 23d of
June and would have been willing to
t.top there if I had b--n a younir man fi r
it wit the ui"i-t prospvrtiUH t uy 1 saw ud
my travels in the west. It is situated ut
the heud of navigation for big thips
horn the or. an und u gre.it lumber trade
is ran ied ou then. 'Pi' train was a
long one and the definition Wis Ta
conri. Seattle anl the Pug-rt S mnd.
On my trip I passed through one of the
finest timber countries in the west. At
length we came to the Co urn hi a river
and there was n bridge, but big
steam ferry an 1 the train was placed on
the boat and passed oyer to t lie north
side of the river. On this side of the
river the country seemed to be very
thinly settled and they say there it, plenty
of government land that is not taken up
yet, and at that point 'here is a stream
comes to the river that is about the size
of t he Elkhorn at its mouth. There is
no road up the river, nothing but a path
so one can get there only ou horse back.
Fine forests composed of cedar and oth
er trees abound. Large vessels could
bti launched there and I thought what a
chance that would be to start a lumber
ranch there. I stopped at Fairhaven
and it is not a year since the first bus
iness house was built, now it is about
the size of Greenwood. They have a
big steam saw mill the capacity of
which is 73,000 per day and they haul
the logs on the railroad and loads it
from the mill right on the ships and it
then goes to all parts of the world. It
is the same way at Tacoma and all parts
on tue sound. from mere l tooK a
steamer and passed some sea port towns
and all seemed to be at home and happy
rich and poor, plenty of fi-li and money.
but I think the fish was the plentiest.
It has been very wet and cold tins
season u) there and cloudy so all sorts
of garden stuff looks as if it had been
raised in a hot house, but gn.ss and oats
were very fine. Corn and wheat are of
but little amount here. After looking
around here I took the Northern Pacific
;nd started for Spokane and while on
the wav after crossing the Cascade
noimtains came to a country that had
no timber and very little grass. In the
near future I will write of these parts.
Atty. E. II. "Wooly of Lincoln is in the
G. D. Mattison of South Bend came
down on business this morning.
John Bauer and wife were Omaha pas
sengers this morning.
James Donnelly and .wife spent the
4th . with friends and relatives in this
Dr. Emmons returned this morning
to Omaha after celebrating the 4th. in
this city. .
Squire Chriswisser, of Rock Bluffs
precinct, was a pleasant caller at this of
Mr. Nelson Jean departed this morn
ing to attend the family reunion of his
people at Worthington' Indiana.
Dr. B. F. Brandle of Murray, went up
to Omaha this morning to complete his
stock of drugs which he is opening at
Mr. W. A. Rauch, brother-in-law of
Mr. B. Bison, departed this morning for
his home at Meridian, Miss. Mrs. Rauch
remaining for a more extended visit.
John Kinnaoon, of the B. & M. freight
house, went over to Pacific Junction this
morning to join his wife, who is bring
their household effects from Manona
Misses Ada and Anna Larson of
Weaver, Iowa, accompanied by Mrs.
Swanson of Creston and Msss Jennie
Smith, niece of F. A. Smith arrived this
morning to visit the tamily of the latter.
Struck by Lightning.
During the seyere storm last Saturday
night, the fine barn, 30xG0, belonging to
Mrs. Sarah Theinjohn, a widow woman
living four miles south of South Bend,
was struck by lightning and burned to
the ground. The horses were saved, but
the other contents, of which were ten
tons of hay and sixty bushels of wheat
were lost. Insurance $ 1,000. We did
not learn the amount of loss.
It is reported that George Mattison, of
South Bend, had a valuable team of
horses killed by lightning during the
same storm. Advertiser.
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factory results, or in case of failure a return of
purchase pnee. On this safe plan you can buy
from our advertised Druggist a bottle f Dr.
KinR's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat, Lungs or
Chest, such as Consumption, "Inflammation of
Lungs. Bronchitis Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Croup, etc. It is pleasantfiand agreeable to
taste, perfectly safe, and can always be de
pended upon. Trial bottles free at P. G.
Tricke &Co's Drug Store.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
G. Fricke and O. II. Snyder. 1
THE FOURTH IN PLATTSMOUTH
Some Picnicked. Some Celebrated
and Many Went Abroad.
The Fourth of July, the anniversary of
American liberty, has once more come
and gone. It was pretty generally ob
served by our peojil, sum HtU-ndiiii;
piciii F some tlie cek brtivii and others
jjoiinr from home to sp-nd he Fo'irtii
with friends and r-ltti v. The writln-r
was ju-t what one would have desired it
to be, clear and not ixcessively warni.,.x
with no indications of t-torm and jij-r
breez? enough to make it pleasant and
The tempi r;inc pc pie held th- chief
celebration of the day here in the South
grove n; ar the standpipe. They formed
in line of mair-h on Sixth street about
10:30 a. m. and marched to the grounds
led ly the wayon carrying the youn
laJito who represented the diff erent st ites
of the Union. At the front of the wagon
was a bnnner which bore the motto of
the W. C. T. U.. "For God and Home
and Native Land." At the rear Whs -ne
beaiinir the su truest! ve alliterative
sentence "Nebraska Next November."
The forenoon exercises were very con -ci--e,
consisting of patriotic Bongs by the
choir, prayer by Rev. Baird and a fifteen
minute talk by Rey. Merrill of Omaha,
when Rey. Buckner announced that the
dinner hour had arrived, and that he
did not like to talk to a hungry people,
neither did he like to be talked t:j when
hungry, cons quently would adjourn till
2 o'clock when Rev. Merrill would de
liver the oration and other exercises
At 2 o'clock quite an assembly gather
ed for the afternoon exercises and those
who were unable to attend missed a
rare treat in not hearing the address of
Roy. Merrill. It wrs overflowing with
good things from beginning to end,
furnishing food for thought nnd reflec
tion that will do men and women good
to ponder over.
After this excellent oration, Rev. Beat
tie, of Lincoln made a very interesting
I address upon "The Future of our Coun
try." The speaker said the American
home, the American school, the Ameri
can church and Sunday school, the
American college and the American press
are the underlying forces with which
God is shaping tin destiny of His people.
His entire address was well received and
like th.it of the Rev. Merrill, was schol
arly and of a high, oidtr.
Col. Vanatta was announced to speak
of "AVoman's I-iflu' nee," and made a very
Elder Errett was then assigned to ex
plain, "Of What does Personal Liberty
Consist," which he did in a very brief
but pleasing manner. Thus ended the
exercises at the grove. All passed off in
a quiet orderly way, all present seem
ing to feel the better for having been
there. No accidents or anything occured
to mar the pleasures of the occasion, ex
cept Dr. Cook met with a slight accident
in the way of and overturn of his buggy,
but resulting in nothing serious.
The P-. E. O. society picnicked on Win
terstein hill on the grounds of Riyerview
Cottage and we noto the following
Hon. R. B. Windham and familyj D.
A. Campbell and family, Mrs. J. M. Pat
terson and children, J. I. Unruh and
family, Mrs. Geo. Dovey and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Houseworth, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Patterson, Mrs. Wm. Herold, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ilager, Mr. Chas. Daw
son; Messrs. Henry Herold, Bert Pollock,
Cliff Shepherd, John A. Davies, Frank
Cranmer, Rill Goldin; Misses Eda and
Mia Gering, Lida Patterson, Hattie Lath
am, Etta Shepherd, Dora Herold, Clara
Paul, Maude Faxon, of Hastings; Maude
Bodein, Orleans; Minnie Houseworth,
Lincoln and Miss Viegg, Central City.
An enjoyable time is reported.
The Turners of the. city held their pic
nic in Bejeck's Park, and report a good
time, and everything went off in an or
derly and satisfactory manner.
Among the many who went to other
places to celebrate we note the following:
J. M. Patterson. O. A. Brown, Miss
Coleman, Chas. Coleman, of Omaha,
Miss W ilson, Archie Coleman, Miss Stiles,"
Chas. Morrison, liss Dabb, M. N. Grif
fith, Miss Shipman, Rev. Wood, J. D.
Tutt, Jas. Clairborne, non. Jos. Gilmore,
Bellevue; llen Beeson and wife, Red
Oak; D. O. Dwyer, F, M. Kauble and
family, Rock Bluffs; Henry Jackson,
Nebraska City; D. B. Smith and wife,
Omaha and Lake Manawa; W. B. Short,
Frank Spencer, Omaha; Elmer Cole,
Nehawka; George Dodge and wife, Ed
Barstow and wife C. W. Sherman, Rock
The Nehawka people celebrated in a
way becoming that new city and were
honored with an oration by the Hon. S. M.
Report comes from Rock Bluffs of a
good celebration there with D. O. Dwyer
orator of the day, who, according to re
port, acquitted himself most creditably.
Sleepless nights, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. 2
It is reported that the Nebraska City
distillery burned last night.
Remtmbi r ?h ri u rv Sv ir I iy
ing, July lL't'i, at ?. ; .'c k.
Is your r. t;.i- .! t'i- An
If '-brevity i- Mi- v of wit"
til illl of tHIIIIii'N'jO ?
Tiie ifiant CHUH" of the rtije is
Ji". Ean, f your city panned through
thi vicinity Thursday on his way to
We hid a gentle nun Saturday evt-n-iti'g
which we weie needing very bad.
Considerable corn is being laid by now,
it b ing the third mid fourth time it has
bei li culti vated.
Mr. J. P. Becker was combining busi
nfs and pleasure at P attsmouth Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. C. P. C Tiling, of Lancaster county
after visit ng three weeks with fi lends
nnd relatives took her departure for
home Thursday moruing, accompanied
by her (laughter.
Livryman Parmele. of your city, was
in this vicinity Saturday, and took a
team hoims which he got through a trade,
so says a rumor.
3Ir. lioeck will certainly soon com
mence his new building, for furniture,
as railroad work is now progressing on
T. J. Hill, traveling representative of
the Singer Manufacturing company of
New York, with headquarters at the
Star City, has been doing business in this
vicinity of late.
The annual school meeting of district
number thirteen, was held Monday even
ing nnd I. W. Swan was elected mpder
ator. Under the new compulsory school
law all persons between the ages of fiye
and twenty are compelled to attend
school twelve weeks of the year. The
board have concluded to f jllow out the
law and perhaps there will be several
married people in attendance next year
Miss Mauvl Goldsmith, of Nebraska
City, who has had charge of the Bottom
schools, finished her term Friday and re
Mr. Wm. Eikenbary lost but $10 on
the train ut Plattsmoutb and not .500 as
An amiable young lady whose name
we withhold, hnd the misfortune to lose
a bonnet valued ut recently,
while occupying a seat on a passenger
train going west. We judge she was
deeply interested in a subject of s me
importance, to have dropped a hat from
u car window.
The Uuion bank building will soon
be opened. Mr. A. R. Eikenbary, a late
graduate of the Lincoln Busines college
will probably have charge.
Census Enumerator Becker finished his
enumeration for Liberty precinct Friday.
Union, Nebraska, July lt.
TheC.R.I.&P. R. R.
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railroad have settled upon their route
through Cass county. The road crosses
the Piatt Rivtr at South Bend in a south
westerly course from Springfield, Sarpy
county, running through Geo. Mattison's
farm for about a half mile, missing his
house about 500 feet After the road
crosses the river it takes a course almost
due south, running up the Fountain
Creek for a distance of about five miles,
where it takes a turn west for Lincoln,
missing all towns and running about half
way between the B. & M. and Missouri
Pacific railroads. Report has it that the
people of Ashland are mad, as they have
been counting on the road coming into
their town without fail all along,but now
they are left In the cold about eight
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Agents wanted . Parish rf, Y.
F. B. SEELEMIRE, Agent.
jOrs: 1 BETS,
40G Farnsn Sfef. Omaha, Neb.
Specialists in Chrouic, Nerou, Skin and
('onsultati -u at office or by mail free. Medi
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free from observation. ;u;trantee' i, cure
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HPPV..MS riPPrTiTV Spermatorrhoea.
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indiscretion, excels or Indulgence, producing
NieepiesNues, uefpoLitienc. p i'ipl-i on tlie
face, aversion to .-ociety. easily oiMcomaned.
lack of confliieiie- dull, unfit for study or Imol
ness, and finds life a burden, sately, perma
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Blood and Skin Diseise.
rible in its reculis, completely eradicated with
out the aid of mercury. -crofula, erysipelas
fever gores, blotehe, ulcers, panic lo l tie head
an1 boi-es, syphiietie sole throat. iiiuth and
totiKiie, catarrh.etc.. permanently cured where
others have failed.
and bladder corn
itiainti. nainlul . dif
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erinKniKncoioreaorwit.il milky pediment on
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destroying both mind and body, w ith all its
dreaded ills, permanently cured.
Addref thoee who have im
paired thenif elves bv imnron-
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both mind and body, unfitting them for busi
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Married men, or lhoeentei ini: on that happy
life, awaie of physical debility, miicklv
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A friendly letter or call may save you future
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DRS. BETTS & BETTS
Don't Raise Hogs
to have them die from disease to whicii they
are iiable. if proper nietsures are not taken to
I'KO'I K( T Yoiilt H Kit OS by the timely and
reliabl use of the reliable
Dr. JOSEPH HAAS'
HOG and POULTRY REMEDY
It Prevents Disease, Arrests Disease
Stops Cough, Destroys Worms,
Increases the Flesh and
The sooner the system of the hoi; is ortifled
against, disease, the more certain is the result.
Oo not wait until your hojjsare past treatment.
What Wise Men Write.
"Hog1 have died all around me at differen
times, but ur remdey keeps mine h alth and
repays the cost in extra flesh alone."
vt m. ivkmbt, lecumsen, xeu.
I find Haas' Remedy is all a- represented.""
John Mackav. l'lattemouth. Neb.
PRICKS: R2..0, $1.25 nnd ."iOc per
Package. 25 lb Cans $12 50. The Lar-
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FOR SALE BY
T. G.B-ICHE! dk CO.,
Ask for circular containing Testimonials and
Insurance Proposition. Send 2-cent stamp for
flogoioey," a l realise on swine.
JOS. HAAtS. V. 8.. Indianapolis, Ind.
PURE MAPLE SUGAR
Low piices'quoted on large or small lots
Adirondack Maple Sngar Co
1236 Monroe St., Chicago, 111.
FULLER & DEN1F0N
MANUFACTURER OF AK1
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN THK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LISK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
aj-ways in stock. Nov. 26. 1885.
W. A. Humphrey, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Carta to City orCou itr? Promptly Answered
roI:J - V-vitA
IS THE J-LACK TO liL V Vol; P.
Partorand'ded Room Sets, IV. at
tresses. Sofas, Loir eea and
Call and examine his stock before ;-.
Cor Min & H'Tth Bte. Pluttsntonth. Nel.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
11. A. WATERMAN k SON
Wholesale i d Retail Daaler lo
NE LUMBER !
Shingles, L.ith, S.asli,
Can supply every dcuiund of the
Call and get terms. Fourth street
In Rear of Oper House.
lug rctiinif (i from collpjre 1 am now pre
l;i!'d to (!( all kinds of dental workhy
the latent inijiioved HM-liii de.
EUGOLI) AM) I'OJJCFLAtN CliOWXS
Uridge work and fine gold work a
DK. STEINAUS LOCAL as well as otl.er an
estlieticsiven for the tainle?s extraction o:
C. A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgi-rald Ulock
C. F. SMiTH,
The Boss Tailor
Ma Over Merjjea' rilioe Store.
Has the pfst and most complete stock
of somples, poth foreign and .domestic
woolena that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from $16 to $35, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, $6, $6.50 and upwards.
CWill guarantee a fit.
Prices Defy ComDetition.
All orders left with County Clerk wilf
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
Plattsmouth, - Nebraska.
H. M, EONS, Proprietor,
EAES: $1 CO FIR CAT ill
The Perkins has been thoroughly
renoyated from top to bottom and ia
now one of the best hotels in the state.
Boarders will be taken by the week at
$4.50 and up. .
GOOD BAR CONNECTED.
L. C. S1IAKF & CO.
Building, Repairing and Setting up Ma
chinery and Ironwork
Special attention given to
irin and Overhauling
Saw Mill. Flour Mill. Flevator. and Farm Ma
chirery. Portable Katrine. Butchers. Leather
workers and Stor? Machinery. Print in Ire"i
Bicycle. Lawn Mowers. Hewing Machiiie.
Type Wr'ter, Gas and Gasoline attachment
alno Electrical, hxperimental and Mod "1 Wtrk
(iriuding. Lock fatting. Stencil cutting. Ln
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