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VOL. XXVI I. NO. 8.
PLATTSMOUTH, C SS ' OU? TV, NKKKASKA, THURSDAY. MAY M 1HM
$J..r)() A VI'Ali
1(11 1 lit
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Ir. A. Sntlsliiiry hat Pie "xrlu(il' rltfht to ur
tr. Stpln m'n l.i.c.il A nifHt li I v fur thp l'inliMi
Eztractltn of Teeth tn tliUrity. Offlce ltock wood
fAntcil An active, iclioMi' nr n- ,-sl:iiy S7
V to SMO ii in t )i I v. wit li inrri'si"!'. m rcvi''"fiil
In hie own hoc! nm
Box 15H5, New York.
;i responsible r.T hhk
i a n i; k a ni iin:, i.ock
CASS I.ODCK. No. Ufi. I.O. O. F. meets ev
ery Tueeilay nilit at their liiill in l'itzeralil
block. All (Kid Fellows are cordially invited
to attend when visiting in t!ie city.
T. K. Wn.l.UMn, N. (I.
J. W, ISuiocr, Sec.
KNIGHTS OP l'YTIIIAS, Gauntlet l-od-Ko,
47. Meets' every Wedne.-day evening
at their lull In Weck'acli Mock, All vifitm ;
knights are cordially inv ted to attend, (J. A.
Marshall. C. C. ; Frank Dixon, K, K. S.
YOUNG MEN'S CIIKIsTION SOCIATION
Waterman block. Main Street. Kooms
pen from 8 ::!0 a in to 8 :30 r m; For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday altenioon at 4
C. A- R.
McConnlhie ToFt, No. 45, meets eyery Satur
day eveniofr at 7 :30, in thetr hall, Kockwood
Block. All visiting comrades are invited to
uieet w.th us.
G. F. Niies, Post Adj.
F. A. Hates, Fop t Com,
CAKKY A FULL LINE OF
' ilLLENERY AND jRENCH LOWERS.
1 MISS KATE HEMPLE TRIMMER
We also have a dress making department. Sat
Sherwood Store. Plattsmoutii
jCjAWSON & PEARCE
Carry a Full Line of
FINE M1LLEHERT AND CBfZ
ALSO FRESH CUT FLOWERS
JtOOM 2, B.LET BLOCK. PLVTTMOCI'B
TSJEW HARDWARE STORE
S. E. HALL & SON
Koepall kinds of builders hardware on hand
and will eupply contract rs on most fav
; tiist noozFiirxra-:
and all kinds of tin work promptly
done. Orders from the couutry Solicited
16 Peasl St.
DRVIOLA M. FRENCH
Physician & Surgeon
CJTics with Br. Shipmsn
10 : 00 to 12 : 00 a. m. 3 : 00 to 5 : 00 p. m.
9 : 00 to 11 : 00 a, in. 2 ; 00 to 4 : oo p. m.
Telephone No 12.
pS. ROSE CAPLE.
FIX PASTEL ASD CBAYJS POBTBAITS.
Thorough instructions in Pastel, Crayon and
Free band drawing.
DILPRINTIKGS SKETCHES FROM
Landscapes. Fruits ad Flowers.
.No, 1)11, Elm st. Plattsmouth, Neb.
JIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
E E. HILTON.
id-.lraates and plans of all watk furnished nod
Office in Martin Block.
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
jttokney a uw.
WINDHAM & DA VIES.
R. B. WINDHAM. JOHN A. OA VIES,
Notary Public Notary Public
Office over Back f Cas County.
Flattsmuth - Nebrasha
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. AVIIl give prompt attention
to all bHsineos entrusted to hiw. Office Id
Vnion block, Eaat Side, Plattsmouth, Neb.
The "Business Mens Carniral" to
be given by tlie "Aid Society" of
the M. E. church will be held in the
Opera house May 21. Look out for
farther notice dtf.
WOUNDED THE CZAROVITCH.
A Cruzy Cliin-"e Pcjl ice m n Assaults
Him Wiih ftSwofk.
Iv().IOX, May 12. A tlisputcli from
Sli.itili.ii ;tys the i-.;n)viti h li:cl
foiic to a picturvs-qiK-r-srt i'.nown
as ()t Sti on I,aki- I ia wain mi, .-i
mill's from. Kioto. There a native
policeman Ktrurk tlie e.aroviteli cm
the heaI with a sword with intent to
murder him, hut owin to the
loitfiliness and thickness of the
c.arovitch's sun helmet the wound
inflicted by the sword was not
serious. The injury is described
as a sword cut on the side of the
forehead. The c.arovitch and party
immediately returned to Kioto, and
there obtained skillful surgery as
sistance. It is believed thai the cul
prit is insane, or that brooding
over fancied wronirs he was tempted
to commit the deed by the presence
of the royal ;ui'sts. The emperor
and ministers hurried to Kioto to
express their concern and sym
pathy. The whole court feels the
Washington, May 12. The Rus
sian legation here lias received no
information whatever reardinr
the attack upon the life of the czar
l,o.Jo.May 12. A dispatch from
St. Petersburg confirms the dispatch
from Shanghai about the attack on
the czarovilch, and adds that as'the
assailant raised his weapon for a
second blow Prince Georjre of
Greece floored him with his walking
stick. The czarovitch himself tele
graphed his father that his injury
was not serious enourh to change
Jolui i). KotiOms Jias a new ver
sion of the son si entitled ".Little
Hunch of L,ilacs."
Mr. Tones the Heaver City banker
was in town 3-esterday looking-after
Ins property interests.
Base ball tomorrow at 4 o'clock
at the Chicago avenue ball park.
Gentlemen, come and buy shad-
ows at the Presbyterian cnurcn
Thursdaj- evening- May 14th.
At the practice for fire at the high
school building- this morning all
scholars were got out in just 58 1
One hundred and thirty-five tick-
ets for ihe round trip were sold this
morning for Omaha, and nearly as
many more went up on passes.
Smokers please bear in mind
when you want a good cigar that J.
P. Young has the best line of 5c and
10c cigars, uon t tail to try tnein.
Judge Chapman said this morn
ing that he would not go to Omaha
today since Harrison sent for Alf
White and left him out, so he and
Kichey went fanipe Hunting.
Charles B. Allen, the able and
energetic state agent of the Con-
tinental Insurance company, was
in the city yesterday adjusting the
lJHil Young will shortly have a
complete line of stationery and will
rontinue in busines remember this
fact when in need of any writing I
materials. Phil will adopt the cash
system and sell croods very cheap.
, ... .
iot many pnysicians maKe erreat
theraoeutic discoveries. For the
most nart thev content thpmsplvca
with administering iudiciously
what is prescribed in the books. To
Dr. J. C. A-ers, however, is due the
credit of discovering that "reatest
of blood-purifiers Ayers Sarsa-
Omaha will ignore the silly
resolution of Moriarity which was
passed by the council to ignore
Governor Tha3"er, by having Gover
nor Tha-er and James E. Boyd ride
together in the presidential carri-
age with Harrison to-day in the
John Robbins has taken the con
tract to build a fine barn for Chas.
Swan, near Union that will be 40
feet wide and 100 feet long contain
ing all the modern conveniences. Mr.
Swan is one of our Cass county-
farmers that gives the theory that
the farmers are growing poorer a
very black eye.
Mr. J. J. Walters, was showing his
lightning Ice Cream Freezer to
day in the room next to the Boston
store he froze cream in four seconds
and to-morrow between half past
U 1 1 . , ... . . I
uue anuiwu w tiuen. lie Will make ice
. ... I
come. He invites ladies as well as
those who contemplate buying a
. . . . . . " ' ' V V V. IU 111 111.11
freezer to call.
Thererrular meeting of tH v tv
C. T. U. will be held Thursday after-
noon at 4 o clock at the Y. M. C. A.
room. All memberi are requested
i" piciii no ucw anu important
business will come before th? meet'
ing. The W. C. T. U. is cordially
invited to be present at 4. W t ..r,
can not come thev will
a proxy who is interested in the
Weidmann & Breckenfeld vs. J. B.
Cassady action on account Hearing
May 14th, 1891. &
Sonnichesen & Schirk
vs. A. C.
M?v 181891 n aCCOUnt return day I
i'HATH'S LATENT MAHK.
Til Silent r.l -iMii,ir Vii-iisth Home
of I'. ); Dilvcrt .m l Hohs Him
of His BeloveJ H f 1 ? i n n t-, .
-.: :. . :
occurred t lie death of Mrs. lva C
Calvert, wife of the "eiienil Mt;icf
inle:ule:it of the R A M., at tlie
family- home, 1 .'!:!." II street. Shi'
had loiur been aili;t:r. !!it with
iu'lomiia'oie pcrervnnc.e, had gone
about h"r daily works, domestic
and beuovleut, until she had fourid
it impossible to further contend
against trie ilecree o! nature and
the Maker. For a few weeks she
lias been alilicled with an illness,
tlie increasing- i-cvcriiy of which
culminated yes tenia 3'.
To hundreds of S3'inpat I: et ie
hearts in. I,iucolii and ci ,ra.-ka the
knowledg" of the demi.-e of this
kind Christian woman and exem
plary wife will come with a shock of
pain. Mrs. Calvert was one of tiie
foremost ladies of the iit- in all
works of cha ity and Christian piety
At the lime of he,r demise she was
1 reasurer of the vVomei.'s Christian
association, to the arieil work of
which she devoted lrnu h oi her failing-
energies, -tiid to whos - aembi rs
she was as dear as a beloved sister.
'!'!.. .1. i,.. y , : I , . . ... t . .-I
noon to take such action in relation
to their bereavement as the kindK"
feelings the- have ever entertained
for the departed ma- move them to.
I-'or the bereaved husband thou
sands of neighbors in Lincoln and
friends through the state wiil enter
tain the utmost S3'inpathj
The funeral will occur from the
family residence at 2::5() p. m. to
morrow. Lincoln Journal.
To See H .ri i-.on.
Frank Davis, Frank Carruth, Dilly
Woodard, II. C. McMaken, Dr. Hum
phrey, Hird Critchfield, Capt. I3en-
nett, Win. lirowne, Sam Holloway,
r evv Churchill and wife. Glen
Koyal, Pat Mahone3r, Geo. O'Neill,
w. C. Willetts, Mrs. Joe Lloyd, Mrs.
I A T I Tr 1 j !I -a A rtinl1 Si1
Wheeler and wife, Drs. Wildman
JU II lUl M. A. J It VS A V j A. V4.
and Fuller. Win. Wettenkanip, lohn
Duke, Henry Gering, John Bauer,
Mark White, Senator Thomas, B.
Klson and wife, John Boone and
daughter, Mattie Smith, A. J.
Graves, Peter Merges, Mrs. J. D.
Bennett and daughter, Thomas
Mitchell, Tames Mitchell, S. A. Davis
and daughter, Steve Buzzell, Dr.
I Schildknecht, Mr. Anderson and
wife, Mrs. Asher Clark and daugh
ter, Wm. Neville and daughter,
Frank O'Neill, Billy Woodard and
fifty others whose names were not
familiar to us boarded the train for
Omaha to see Harrison.
Base Ball Officials
The officers elected at the meeting
of the base ball association Monday
evening are as follows:
F. T. Morgan, president: Geo. B.
Lennnoli, vice president; 1. li. Pol
lock treasurer; C. A. Miller, secre-
tarv and manager; Sam Patterson,
captain; Henry Gering, C. C.
Pa rm el e. Chas. D. Grimes. Sam
i,1(.., t Tj4t r ,,: 4
I ' '
Lfreuinccaully was selected a
.ur. ivugar u. tummins. was
1 -xr- .
"rried yesterday to Miss Alice J
Knil"PsL ln (Jttowa, ltlinois. Ur.
Cumminss is one of our rising
young doctors, and has hosts of
friends who wish him happines
through life. The doctor has built
himself a nice residence at 906
Pearl street., where he and ids bride
will make their future home after
To Those Who "Wish to Build.
As well as to those who do not,
consider yourselves invited to in-
spect the elegant line of builders'
hardware just received at Brecken
feld & Weidman's. In their show
windows may be seen as fine a line
of oxj-dized silver, copper, brass,
bronze and nickel door trimmings
as could be found in Chicago. Call
in and see what the- have and get
Colonel Joseph A. Connor and
his estimable wife will remove to
Omaha this week, where they ex
pect to permanently reside. Mrs.
Connor will be greatly missed in
social circles in this cit-, where she
was always admired for her erenial
mnnneria nnH V nHlv r-oQ Tu
.-.- - , - jco. J in
tamiliar tace of the colonel has
been noted in our midst for twenty
years, and The Herald with hosts
l"c,ua,ua 111 ims city, deeply
reSrets his final resolution of re
moval. lr. Connor was without
a doubt the wealthiest man in the
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Si' tjJL ""SffT!.1!
Tr 11"- """l'"lce,.J
11 1B w,clr "eaire 10 go, X HE
1EKA.Vn mot heartily wishes them
a continuance of the good fortune
winch seems to have always hov
ered about them duriuir their resi
Mammafto her little bovl. "Xnw
Bennie, if you'll be good and go to
sleep, mamma '11 give you one of Dr.
Ayer's nice sugar-coated Cathartie
T-Mlls. Hllt tints vnn ... : :
Bennie, smiling sweetly, dropped'
iu Bieep at once.
Cfjuii(il Pro. -; 1 i n ji .
-ontiiiued from 3 csten hty .
The report of t lie fit y marshal was
reierieu i..-ick to mm lor Juller m-
The matter of fixing a lock on the
gates at tlie cemetery and cleaning
out and fixing- the well was referred
to the cemetery committee with
tiower to ;),-
M. 15. Murphy moved that the mar
shal be ordered to iiotif3'the pro
pel t owners 011 lower Main street
to build new side walks at once.
The motion prevailed, and it was
The following bills were then al
lowed: .1 Firpat 1 iek. ;iirv
r-iai.lv O'm'iII, ejiiuiv.
S s A rc'ier. -.il.11 y
I II 1 11 11111J1, nalai v
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I. K skininT ahstra t it
Frank J .Morgan
(ia- an. 1 ele.-'i l (,')it vi, .
K O'Neill, l.aiiiinn d K ..,
W !l .I..!i k
S 4". ( d
. I II
L Kil li.w .
1 .li-.M.-.ke..1 ..
Kd I''L'1 I'D. . .
: iy Amicr-oii .
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I h . I- His
1 . i..-
.1 'in (ii ecu
K Hat. s ..
T Wolfeni er-rr.
1 J 1 1 1 ( 'aiTiex
i' llannha 1
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1, US MTK! Kl H.
to 1 0
J He lamp post at the corner of
Seventh and Gold streets near elec
tric 1 ii lit was ordered moved west
to Chicago avenue.
I lie motion to reconsider the ac
tion of the council in regard to ya
eating Vallery place came up and
was iinally laid over to the next
Gering s claim for $200 attorney's
fee in bond case provoked much
discussion, and seemed to indicate
a desire on the part of a majority to
pay him about $100. Browne ap
peared as the special champion of
Gering, giving him the chief
credit for its satisfactory
denouncement. The claim was
finally sent to the committee on
The fixing of the bridge on 12th
street, between Locust and Elm, was
referred to committee on streets,
alleys and bridges.
On motion of W. L. Browne, Frank
Carruth, M. D. Polk and C. W. Sher
man were appointed as delegates
from this city to the trans-Mississippi
congress which meets in Den
ver May 19th. After which the
The First Game
The first game of base ball by the
new nine will be played on the new
grounds tomorrow and Friday af
ternoons when they will meet the
Falconers of Omaha. The boys are
on their mettle and will play a good
game. The public should give them
a liberal send off to begin with, that
the young men may not become dis
couraged. General admission has
been lixed at 2a cents and as the
grounds are only five minutes walk
from Main street no one need stay
Christ Wohlfarth vs. Mrs. J. L.
Minor. Suit on account. Cqntinued
by consent until April 1G, 10 a. m.
License to wed issued to Mr. Geo.
Ray and Mrs. Minnie Jones, both of
Conyne, Stone & Co. vs. Reed
Brothers' Co. Suit on account for
$108.80. Hearing, May 1G, 10 a. m.
Petition filed for final settlement
estate of John H. Marquardt, de
ceased. Hearing, Tune 2, 2 p. m.
License to wed issued to Mr. Wil
lard Heacock, aged Go, and Miss
Clara B. Perry, aged 45.
Adolph Borkman licensed to wed
Euphemia Swanson, after which
they were married by Judge
Bank of Cass Count3r vs. Richard
Bilstine. Suit on promissory note
for $330. Answer June 1st 1891.
E. S. Coffin, vs Plattsmouth Cann
ing Co. et al. Suit on promissory
note $392. Answer June 1st 1891.
E. G. Dovey & Son vs. Fred Kuhl
et-al. Suit on promissory note for
ifoz. Hearing May 18, 10 a. m.
Hearing on claims against et al
of Joseph V. Weckbach deceased.
AMERICANS MUST EE CAREFUL.
Standish What's that? You say
you were attacked by highwaymen
on the way here?
Winthrope Yes, and robbed of
every cent after being beaten in
sensible. Standish Honest citizens ought
to go armed.
Winthrope I was armed.
Standish Then why didn't you
Winthrope I was afraid some
of the highwaymen might be un
naturalized residents, and I did not
want to risk plunging my beloved
country into a foreign war. New
We are showing a beautiful line
and the latest novelties in rogue at
prices from $2.50 to $10.00.
SPRING WASH GOODS.
Full Line of
32 inch Zepher Gighams.
Bri ton Zypher Gighams
A F C Gighani.
Egyptian Printed Cottons
Silk Striped Madras Cheviots
Fancy printed Chambrays.
Beautiful line of Solid
Striped, Brocaded and Polka
One Door East of tho
ARE . YOU - GOING -
Remember that R. O. Castle
LIMBER AND ALL
And Guarantee Satisfaction in all Things
R. O- CASTLE & CO
a;w-Y r mr n rt ,1 m 1 A
11 Lti SI ft St Til 5 a
No. 1 Farm Harness. f;'V,',ZZ
t or i l-j-r.o . ircuj !' ; will
'i fclddloatas to on'.r for t" - " -
Ik M )h
y'! !'li:Vj li
il I PHtf.jm.'rT-.P.S-irlrir.-.ri'i -r :::-n;l.
( Wn t- ; saiuo
tjun a. 1 1 r wmn
JSiiwlc : to 2..
6t-p3 1 lustraiea,Uati.
The Omaha Schuetzen-Verein has
made provision for a State Champ
ion Medal. The first contest will
take place at the Society's Rifle
Range in Ruser's Park, Omaha. The
medal is a line gold one, vitn a
large diamond, and worth $175.00.
Any rifleman, who has resided in
the State at last one year, can com
pete. An entrance fee of ij-.i.OO must
be paid to the Secretary not later
than 2 p. m., May 17th. 1S91. The
entrance fee can be paid on the
grounds on the day of the tourna
ment. Shooting for this medal to com
mence at 2 p. m., sharp. fc
Rules governing the tournament
will be furnished on application.
606 South Thirteenth St.
I am now prepared to deliver ice
to any part of the city. Telephone 72.
tt II. C. ACWAKEN.
f.fff 1 lJnnnn ffiP PliaetmiH. S J ;0; same n., eeli at $1&3. C' r' ' '.Tl'-f 'M
S.O. rt nCWngJU. Fi:lo i:3ai Ca-wi-.iid-'i- 15. CS f,Z: ) '
S?k4$ Boxing f ret. We tc.iieutl ritko dxr.ij:jei7iiiij-jyirrjS.-i I --'r . ;-e
Xmt OUR HARNESS m
We carry a complete line of Gor
don's Fa.-t Dye Hosiery for hnlie.s
and childrens wear Guaranteed
A good ladies ribbed ve.-t at 10c
Fast black ribbed vests at .Tie
Black li.-Ie Thread estsat 15e
Silk Mixed rsts at 75c
Full Li ne of Ch i I ! reus underwear
Our line of black and white I'loun
cings exceed anything ever before
shown by us at prices a low as Ias.t
Black Ilcurietti Sateens
Dott ellectn, entirely new and
First National Dank
TO - BUILD - THERE?
& Co have an immense Htock of
C" . . T ') T T r -, PT
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Ji p .- '' . , '
:i. c- .v r. c: '-
as ottiori. s:..i C.-5.
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JLigliS i;ou"!e, f? to io-
I n OV KTJ ?rfi!u CI VUIUT ln
Are we in it? Are we in it?? Are
we in it???
Well I should say so, whenit
comes to wall paper, or wall paper
or wall paper, we are clear in it,
that is with the largest stock great
est variety and the lowest prices.
We call tlie attention of, and in
vite, every one to come and ex
amine our stock and prices.Who are
we that advertise thus? We are the
lowest price, and the leading house
in the wall paper business, the
only small things about us is our
prices, oenng Co., druggist.
"The Fair" has just received a
new invoice of hammocks, croouet
sets, boys' express wagons and doll
carriages. , tf
Brown & Barrett, successors to
Wildman & Fuller, have an endless
variety of wall paper and borders
all new colors anil designs. wtf
F. G. Becker and J. P. Becker, of
Union were among the passengers
to Omaha to see President Harrison
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