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Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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CFFICIAL PAPER Of THE CITY AND THE CeUNTY
B. & M. Time Table.
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To Rent Rooms in Union block.
Apply to Windham & Davies. cl.w.
Wcncel Seda plead guilty to being
drunk and was fined 5 and costs by
Judge Archer this morning.
Persons wishing a i .x-mium list of the
Cass County Fair for 1890 should apply
to R. B. Windham, secretary, -d&w
Mrs. Kate Simpson, teacher of piano,
organ, and primary harmony; address
20'J corner of Washington Ave. & 7th.
Visitors to' our city should call on
rrof. Strassman and have their eyes ex
amined. He can tell you more tbout
your eye9 than any one else.
We are in receipt of a complimimary
ticket from the Douglas county agricul
tural society for the. tenth annual exhibi
tion. Septemb 1 to 4.
The extent of Engineer Roberts
injuries was a sprained ankle and bruised
shoulder. He was not hurt as seriously
as at first thought.
Every one should call and see Prof.
Strassman the skillful optician while he
is at the Riley Hotel, he will only remain
a short time. He can do more good for
your eyes than any one else.
In County Court.
Faxton & Bierling Iron Works vs.
Weeping Water Pressed Brick Co. and
J. Chase and E. L. Reed, sued on pro
missory note for $280. W.S.Wise for
Mrs. Mattie Gray appointed guardian
of Nellie Carmack, Mamie Carmack, Mat
- tin Carmack, Willie Carmack, Bertha
, Carmack and Johnnie Carmack, minor
children of John Carmack, deceased.
J. S. Mathews for petitioner.
S. B Clark filed bond for appeal in
the matter of the condemnation of right
.. of way for the Omaha Southern Railway
, Co. Byron Clark for appellant.
Notice is hereby given that bids for
building a sidewalk as hereinafter de
scribed will be received at the ofhee
the citv clerk on the 20th day of Au
rrustl890. Bids will be received for
building a sidewalk of 170 feet long, 4
feet wide, upon three (8) eontinBOJ
sleepers not less than two (2) by four (4;
inches in size out of lumber not less than
one f 1) inch in thickness, in front of lots
six (0), seven (7) and eight (8), in block
S3, Young & Hayes addition to the city
Engineers estimate for building said
walk,$34.00 . .
The committee reserves the right to
reject any and all bids
Chairman of com, etr'ee a: and
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young nan o
Turlington, Ohio, states that he had been
tinder the care of two prominent physi
cians, and used their treatment until he
was not able to get around. They pro
nounced his case to be Consumption and
incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr.
Jlwig's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds anp at that time was
not able to walk across the street without
resting. He foundef ore he had used
half a bottle, that lie was much better;
he continued to use it and is today en
joying good health . If you -have any
throat, lung or chest trouble, try it. We
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free
at F. O. Fricke & Co's., drugstore.
Would Vote Right.
"Yes sir," remarked a man to a crowd
on a street corner yesterday. "I never
belonged to a temperance organization,
'i Z fakfin a drink when ever any
one aked me or I wanted to, but I tell
you I'll come pretty near voting for pre
tl,ia fall, if I am so drunk it
take two men to take me to the polls.
a m.nT drinkers' will do the same.
nd liquor men will find that their custo-
U. S. CoVt Report, Aug. t;, 18S9.
tlie Dally Herald
The Program for the Coming: Cass
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16.
LOT I PONT RACE, FREB FOR ALL,
Running race for ponies under 14
hands high, one half mile heats, best
two in three.
First horse $25 00
Second horse 15.00
Third horso 10 00
LOT II THREE MINUTE TROT, PURSE
Trottincr race for hores that have
never beaten three minutes, mile heats,
best three in fiye.
First horse $50 00
Second horse 30 00
Third horse 20 00
LOT III BICVCXE RACE, PURSE $30.
Half mile heats, best two in three.
First $15 00
Second 10 00
Third 5 00
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
LOT IV GENTLEMEN'S ROADSTERS,
Horses that have neyer trotted for
monev outside of Cass county, mile
heats, best three in five.
Tlrst horse $25 00
Second horse 15 00
Third horse 10 00
LOT V 2:45 TROTTING RACE, PURSE
Trott'ng race for horses that have
never beaten 2:50, mile heats, best three
First horse $75 00
Reoond horse 50 00
Third horse .... 25 00
iOT VI RUNNING RACE, FREE FOR
ALL, PURSE $100.
Running race, one mile heats, best
thrco in five.
First horse $50 00
Second horse 30 00
Third horse 20 00
LOT VII 2:35 TROTTING RACE, PURSE
Mile heats, best three in five.
First horse $75 00
Second horst 45 00
Third horse 30 00
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
LOT VIII RUNNING RACE, FREE FOR
ALL, PVR8E $50.
One half mile heats, best three in five.
First horse $25 00
Second horse 15 00
Third horse 10 00
LOT IX PACING RACE, FREE FOR ALL,
First horse . 5o ou
Second horse 50 00
Third horse 25 00
LOT X TROTTING RACE, FREE FOR
ALL, PURSE $200.
Trotting race, free for all, mile heats,
best three in five.
First horse $100 00
Second horse 00 00
Third horse 40 00
O. M. Streight, Superintendent.
R. B. Windham, Secretary.
When They Are to Take Place and
Where They Will Rage.
A local weather prophet prognosticates
"I wish to call attention to the period
cf the greatest August storms which
will occur from the 16th to the 24th.
During this period two storm waves
will cross the continent. The first will
be due to leave the Pacific coast about
the 15th, and will cross the Mississippi
valley from the lth to the 18th, reach
ing the Atlantic coast about the 19th.
It will be at its greatest force about the
19th in the eastern states. The next
storm waye of this period will be due
to leaye the Pacific coast about the 21st,
cross the Mississippi valley from the 22d
to the 24th, and reach the Atlantic about
the 25th. A minor storm wave will be
due to leave the Atlantic coast about
the 10th, across the Mississippi valley
from the 11th to the 13th, and reach the
Atlantic coast about the 14th."
C. W. IngaLbi, Jas. Knottfl, Morgan
Brown, Arthur Zimmerman and Sam
Cohn, left this morning for Beatrice
where they will spend a week in the Y.
M. C. A. bible class.
Regular meeting of W. C. T,U. Thurs
day, August 14th, at 3 p. m, at the resi
dence of Mm. S. A. Davis,
ODD FELLOWS REUNION
The Second Day of the Inter
state Reunion Has Brighter
THE CONCERT LAST NIGHT
Council Bluffs and Glenwood Swell
the Already Large Crowd
Notes of the Day.
Yesterday was consumed by welcom
ing visitors from the four states and social
int.rrnnnui anA mmmittee work. In the
evening at the opera house a splendid
Drocramme was rendered under the aus-
t tha Dmirrhters of Rebecca. First
pivv-o v O
on the programme was music by the B.
& M. band, after which Rev. J, D. M.
Buckner followed in prayer. Mrs. Mary
RoTd then delivered the address of wel
come in a very admirable way. Flo and
Annie Bibby then iouoweu, reuuenug -sone
entitled "What are the Wild Wavts
Saying," which brought forth a hearty
encore. Deputy Grand Master Evans, of
Omaha, responded on behalf of the visit
ing brothers. He paid a glowing tribute
to the women of the order and the work
accomplished and predicted that ere long
when lodge night came the husband
would take the wife on one arm
and daughter on the other and all go to
lodge together. The Y. M. C. A. choir
rendered a beatif ul selection, after which
Mrs. Alberta Utterly, grand secretary of
the Rebecca order, then responded in be
half of the visiting sisters. Mrs. Utterly
proyed to be a very interesting and able
speaker, painting the good traits of
Oddfelloism so that none could fail to
understand. Mrs. Peter Merges followed
with an instrumental solo. Miss Bertha
Kennedy then delivered a declamation
entitled "Nobody's Child," followed by
Mrs. Ed Burris, who rendered a vocal
solo in an admirable manner. The Y.
M. C. A 'choir then rendered
another selection after which Rev.
Buckner dismissed the audience with the
benediction. The address by the presi
dent of the association was omitted on
account of the inclemency of the weather.
Today opened up under more favora
ble circumstances and each train brought
in large delegations from the several
Following is the delegation from
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lyon, Jno. L.
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Laramay, Mr,
and Mrs. J. W. Miller, T. A. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Howlett, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Hardman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodell
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. La Cha
pelle, W. P. Campbell, C. E. Dalton, Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Williams, Jr., Nels
and Jas. Miller, G. B. VanHorn, J. T.
Murphy and daughter, Mose Dupree,
Warren Walling, P. A. Newberg, W. A.
Davis, Thos W. Joory.
The delegation from Council Bluffs,
headed by Dalby's band, came in on a
special at 9:30. Following are those
C W Dalbey, leader; A A Covalt, n
Lotz, V W Kesler, P Fuchs, J G Kuhn,
Gustave Paulus, Herman Rohrs, George
Rohrs, Ed Follet, Christ Oden, L C Fos
ter, D E Whaley, Fred Starr, J W Bolan,
Tom Keating, drum-major.
CANTON POTTAWATTAMIE NO. 6.
Colonel, S S Keller, captain, Louis
Biederman; ensign, C E Taylor; standard
bearer, Fred Spencer; J F Hunt, M
Rohrer, John Anderson, E B Edgerton,
Louis Oppenheim, N B Wicks, John
Caldwell, J G Bradley, Fitzgerald M E
Weatherby, John Dougberty.J Gillinskey,
H B Kisser, Fred Rapp, R F ' - h, Jno
Fultz, D C Brenneman, FH arren.
MEMBERS OF ENCAMPMENT AND SUBORDI
John Schicketanz, Chas Nicholson, R
T Howland, II M Seogan, S Goeldstein
John Medley, C Proctor, Elmer Lamb,
Frank Katzenstin, John Norman, Henry
Leffer Peter Rapp, John Clausen, R J
Huntington, F W Spetman, Jas Hansen
L M Anderews, S K Greenleaf , Jas J a coby
L C Larsen, W Slead, M Wolman, P
Kuykendall, M Coenlan, Geo Dellinger,
J L Peters, B S Porter, L M Finkelstein
J B Dufit, L Hammer, G W Smiley, H J
Lamert, J J Maurath, S NoVle E Houeck,
F Grass, J M Matthews, Nels Smith
James Jacobs, W C Estep, C Olson
C C Despain, M F Mckune, G Hordu
haugh, N I Dsfries, W Hurlbert, Frank
True, Ed Schicketanz, T E Covlecatr, M
F Warren, C A Moore.
COUNCIL BLUFFS REBEKAH LODGE NO. 3
LizzieB Matthews, N G; Kittie White, V
Q- Annie E Dougherty, treasurer; Sis
ters II E Weatherby, L Biederman, E
Burhorn, J L Peters, C E Taylor, B S
Porter, Emma Gates, W Hurlburt, S
Noble, M F McKune, S S Keller,
M. F. Rohrer, Julia Flues. H. Nutt, L.
Hammer, D. S. Brenneman, S. K. Gren
leaf, N. J. DeFries, E. B. Edgerton,
T. E. Wolcott, E. Schicketanz, and
many others, wives, sisters, and daugh
ters of odd fellows, in all about 225.
At it:30 the procession formed on
Sixth street and marched to the grounds
in the following order:
Council Bluffs Canton,
Bud of Promi?lod je.
Daughters of RebecriPof this city.
Visiting I.O. O. F.,
Plattsmouth L O. O. F ,
P. & M. Band.
Citizens in carriages.
At the grounds the program as pub
lisbed yesterday will be carried out.
This forenoon at the meeting of the
association the following officers were
President. J. W. Humphrey of Shen
andoah; vice president, L. Beatman, of
Council Bluffs; secretary, C. A. Patter
One member from each lodge was ap
pointed to compose an executive com
The next conclave will be held in
Omaha the second Tuesday in August
Dennis Delany came in from Lincoln
Will 8. Wise returned this morning
M. M. Marshall, agent of the C. B. &
Q. at Council Bluffs, is in the city.
Shaler "Wells, L. O. Bradly and W. P.
Kem of Ashland are in the city today.
C. L. Wilson late local editor of the
ABhland Leader is in the city today.
TVildman & Fuller have the contract
for furnishing school supplies this year
C. L. Vandervoort left last evening for
Utah after a week's yisit with his family
W. T.Allen, of Ashland Neb. state
organizer of the Line Board association,
is in the metropolis today attending the
I. O. O. F. meeting.
A. Sheldon, . the republican nominee
from Avoca for county commissioner, for
the second district, was in the city today
attending the conclave and made this
office a pleasant call.
Our fall term of school is to begin the
first Monday in September, and is to be
taught by Miss Lottie Camm, -x otoe.
Mr. Calvin Graves has sold out his
property here to Wm. Gullion. The price
is $450. Mr. Grayes intends to move to
A petition was circulated here last
Monday to have Dr. E. E. Reynolds ap
pointed postmaster in place of Miss Nel
lie Graves, who has resigned that office.
Uncle Thomas Holmes took a trip to
western Kansas last week to Bee about
trading his froty acre farm here, for land
there. But he came back satisfied, he
thinks it would take more than one farm
there to get his forty acres here.
Mr. Amos Worl is lajing the f ounda
tion for a stone and brick house. The
building is to be 28 feet square and two
stories high. The firet story is to be a
basement and to be built of stone, the
second story will be built of brick.
The long wished for rain came last
Monday night, and will do great good.
It will revive the pastures, help late po
tatoes to grow larger and give late corn
a boost. It will start the turnips to
growing and set the buckwheat to bloom
ing. The ice cream supper at the Methodist
church last Friday night proved quite a
financial success. The receipts were
something over eighteen dollars. Every
body seemed to enjoy themsoVeaand
everything passed off quietly, exxfept the
expulsion of one fellow who ha "filled
up too much on Beggs' bitters. -1
Noticeof Appllcatloefor Permit.
uotice is hereby (riven tlmt on Sept. 8th. l?3f
the undersigned will apply to the city council
of the oitv of Plattsmouth, Cass county, Ne
braska, for a druggist's permit to sell ir<,
spirituous and vinious liquors for medicina1,
mechanical and chemical purposes in said city,
on w!4 lot 2, blok 35 in said city, in accordance
with the ordinauoes of said city and laws of
2w O, H. Sntder, DruggHt.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. "Will give prompt attention
to all business entrusted to him. Office in
Union block, East side, riattemoutn, imcd.
JTTORNEY AT LAW.
WINDHAM & DAVIES!
o t TOtwriTtAM .TOT! V A. DAVIES.
Notary Public Notary Public
Office over Bank of Cass County.
Plattsmouth - - - - Nebrasha
All orders left with County Clerk will
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
W !500lU ItrationsI
With Every l'urchusc to the Amount of $35.00
Call and get a card and you will find our Prices low and
that we keep the very best makes of Boots and Shoes
Ladies Fine Shoes a Specialty.
W. A. B0ECK & CO
CALL AT THE
While the opportunity is offered you ami I will convince everyone
of the fact that
WAWAVi out d:f wmvs :ra;:iDi
THE WRONG. GLASSES.
ami they are doing irreparable injury to the
Feiiling; Orijearjs of SioliL.
TV,Va within th rrar-h nf all
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and ABILITY COMBINED ''TAU4aJi:
From 9 to 12 a. m., 1 till o p. in., and 7 to S in the evening.
No Pedlers Or agents Employed.
T. P. LIVr,GSTO'. E. L). CUMMINS
DRP LIVINGSTON & CUMMINS
Physicians enfl Surpois
Otlice No. 612, Main St.
Residence Telephone Pr. Livingston. 4:,
Residence Telephone Dr. Cummins, :i"
IN DISTRICT COURT, CASS COUNTY.
Conrad Jleisinger, "!
William K Warbrittou f
The defendants above will take notice thiit
on the 23rd day of July, 1890. an action was
commenced in said court against them by the
plaintiff, the object and prayer of which was to
quiet the title in piaintiff to s4 sw& and nwj
of swM sec 3 twp 12 n rge 12 e, and correct the
record of a deed recorded In book C page 417,
in which said land was conveyed, and that un
less they answer by or before the 8th day of
September 1890 the thint,-9 alleged in the peti
tion will be taken as true and judgment ren
dered accordinnlv. Cosbad Meisikoek.
By W L Bbowke, Atty. d4w
Notice of Incorporation.
Notice is hereby given that tnere haa ben
formed a body corporate to be known a the
Plattsmouth Electric Lamp Manufacturing
Company. . , t ,
The principal place of transacting the busi
neseof said corporation ehall be at Plattsmouth,
"Tb'eeneral nature of the business conducted
sha l be the manufacture and sale of incan
descent Electric Lamps.
The capital stock shall be $50,000. 10 per cent
paid in at time of commencing bu?ines, sub
scribed stock to be paid on call of Board of Di
rectors.? The time ot commencement U April 15, lo,
to continue 50 years.
The indebtedness shall not exceed per cent
The affair of the corporation ehail be man
aged by a board of Ave directorg .
6 B. A. Davis, Secretary.
practice making the uses ami abuse
of fc?pectac4o' ami Eye Glasses a
Scientific FtmJy. I am fully
convinced that much
B L I N D W ESS
can he prevented
by the early
when you are
consulting the highest
Rev. H. L. Chapman, pastor of the 31.
E. church, Johnstown, Pa., says: "Soon
after the great flood, at a time when di
arrhoea was quite prevalent, I received a
box of six dozen Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. As soon4
as it became known that I had the medi
cine for free distribution, there began a
great run on it,, which continued until it
was about all gone. Every one, so far as
I heard from them, testified to its virtues,
declaring it the best medicine for the
purpose they Lad ever used. ' Those who
got it shared it around with their neigh
bors, so that I am confident it wa3 pro
ductive of great good. Y e used some of
it ourselves and found it not only an ex
cellent medicine for diarrhoea, but for
all kinds of pain and uneasiness in the
stomach p.nd bowels. It has been regard
ed as the best medicine known here ,f or
the diseases it is recommended. For sale
by F. O. Fricke & Co.
Vir ANTED AN ACTIVE MAN FOB EACH
section. Salary 75 to $100, to local v r.'
reeenta successful New York company Invt
porated to supply Dry Goods, Clothing. fcaef:
Jewelry etc., to coneumers at cost. Also
lady of tact, salary 40, to enroll member i
(80,000 now enrelled, Sioo.ooo paid in). Refer
ence exchanged. Empire co-operatfve r.ess
ciation (credit well rated) Lock box 610 N. Y
We want first class agents In every town In Ne
braff-ka t sell the Metal-Back Album. Wo
can give better If rms than any other boose to
fitst class men. The Metal-Back is the only
album that is iatislactory in every respect ;
can be ircreased to any size ; a damaged leaf
replaced, and leaves assorted to suit i;very"
p-irchar. Art Album Company, Battle Creek,
pars will pot vote to conuuu
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