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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1891)
Meorge Kdmuuds, of Murray
wasi the city this morning and
, tooliie train for Omaha.
M II. C. Oiettericli, of Kansas
Vixii i town visiting her father
" Mr.. Jacqitette, anil family.
. Gorder. of Watertown, Wis.
,-. arrid last night to attend the
final of his brother, Fred Gorder.
" - (rk Critehfield received a letter
frrA. 15. Todd dated at Janies-
toyX. Y. He will be at home
Deering, of Wabash, a pros,
jitjve candidate for district clerk
ouhe democratic ticket, is in the
to-day looking after matters
p aining to his candidacy.
06 Archer and wife departed
ti morning for Des Moines, where
Jr and visit Mrs. Archer's mother,
o resides in Iowa's capital city.
1. M.Crisman, of Tub Herald
rce, has been attending the
if eston Blue Grass Palace the past
fek, returned this morning ready
duty. Morris reports that the
.ucture, in size and beauty of
.rchitecture, surpasses all former
attempts, but the interior decora
tion in many respects are inferior
to those of former times. A fine
band rendered excellent music,
title races were to be seen, a credit
able industrial exhibition was
gr-en, which taken with tL? ora
torical efforts of statesmen of
national reputation.and sermons by
the most eminent divines to be
found in the country, furnished
entertainment and profitable in
struction for all.
PLATTSMOUTH, Aug. 20, lHUl.
Council met on call of His Honor
the Mayor. Present, His Honor the
Mayor and a quorum of the council
and other City Officials.
His Honor stated that the ineet
iirg had been called to take appro
priate action on the death of
Frederick Gorder, who was chair
man of the Hoard of Public Works.
On motion of Mr. Geutche His
Honor appointed Messrs. Salisbury,
Geutche and Petersen to draft
resolutions of respect.
, The committee reported the fol
We your .committee appointed for
that purpose beg leave to submit
Whereas, It has pleased the all
wise Creator of the universe to re
move from our midst our esteemed
friend and fellow citizen, Mr.
Frederick Gorder, that it is with
heaas bowed to the Divine Will and
with sorrowing hearts we thus
formally express the loss we feel
on account of his death.
Resolved: That the City of
"'attsmouth has in the death of Mr.
t lost one of its best citizens
st".. ? community, one of its
staiiuchest supporters in all works
of progress and all measures look
ing to advancement of the city and
of its material interests.
Resolved, further, That the
mayor, council and city officials at
tend the funeral in a body.
Wesolved, further, That the coun
cil chamber be draped in mourning
for the period of thirty days.
Resolved, further, That these
resolutions be spread on the city
records and that a copy be for
warded to the family of the de
ceased accompanied with the as
surance that the heart felt sym
pthies of the members of the coun
cil go out to them in the hour of
their greatest sorrow.
siftned. A. Salisbury,
J. A. Geutchk,
J. C. Petersen,
On motion the resolutions were
On motion of D. M. Jones the
tiifttihera of the Fire Department
were requested to attend the fun
eral in a i)ociy.
On motion council adjourned.
A. Mr. Sipp was buried yesterday
at Kikenbury grove, under the aits
pice of the Masonic Lodge of this
city. A large concourse of friends
assembled to participate in last sad
Mr. Sipp was an old gentleman,
who formerly lived at Helleveu, but
later came to this city to reside with
The Grand Island Reunion
The thirteenth annual reunion of
the Nebraska Vetea'rns will be held
in Grand Island this week, co;n
tnencingtoday. The details are all
arranged and from reports we learn
that 110 pains are being spared to
insure the old soldiers a pleasant
time, and provide for the enter
tainment of all who" come. I'latts
iiiouth will lie well represented at
J. K. Marshall, who lives about
four- miles southwest of Platts
moiith, will leave next Friday for
the state fair at Lincoln'with a car
load of Poland China hogs and will
no doubt bring home thc'fkst pre
miiiin for Cass county.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wood, whose
marriage was recently noted by
THE He RAM), departed this morn
ing for Hastings, Iowa, to remain a
few days. They will soon locate
permanently at Thachersville, at
which place Mr. Wood has a posi
ion in the public schools.
In the matter of the estate of Geo.
Walradt, deceased. Application of
widow of deceased filed for addi
tional allowance for support of her
self and seven children, pending
settlement of estate.
Albei t T. Sullivan vs. C. S. Polk,
city attorney, et al. Demurrers to
petition argued and submitted.
License to wed issued to Jacob
Sehwener and Miss Nora Comm.
both of Plattsmoiith.
II. D. Travis vs. A. V.Durell. Ap
plication of K. G Doom to intervene.
Argued and submitted.
ScilWEXDKR-Co.NAXT. A.I the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.Hrooks,
Plattsmouth, Neb., on Aug. , at 8
o'clock, p. ni., Mr. Jacob Schwender
and Miss Nora Conant were united
in marriage, Judge Ramsey offi
Dr. Shipman presented the first
physician's certificate for registra
tion in the county clerk's office un
der the new law.
from Turtdayi Daily
K Pleasant Surpriae.
A pleasant social event, the re
membrance of which will be cher
ished by all present, was a surprise
tea party given at the residence of
Mrs. Chaplain Wright, North
Eighth street, yesterday, in honor
of Mrs. W's. seventy-third birthday.
The project was devised and de
tails arranged by Mesdatues At
wood, Wrise and Root and they re
ceived substantial encouragement
from about thirty ladies, who, with
baskets filled with all the delicacies
of the season, repaired to the home
of Mrs. Wright, and after taking
full possession proceeded to make
ready an elegant repast to which
all did ample justice. The surprise
was a complete success, and doubt
less Mrs. W. congratulates herself
that in her later years she is lo
cated amid such pleasant surround
ings and the happy possessor of so
Among those present were the
following: Rev. and Mrs. Burgess,
Mrs. C. Parniele, Mrs. O'Rourke,
Mrs. J. C. Cummins, Mrs. M. Hlack,
Mrs. P. L. Rutftier, Mrs. S. Waugh,
Mrs. F. K. White, Mrs. R. B. Wind
ham, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Mrs. At
wood, Mrs. S. II. Atwood, Mrs. II.
M. Gault, Mrs. J. P. Young, Mrs.
Dodge, Mrs. Dovey, Mrs. Vallery,
Mrs. J. H. Waterman, Mrs. F.
Latham, Mrs. S. M. Eaton, Miss Alice
Eaton, Mrs. V. D. Jones, Mrs. II. J
Streight, Miss Baker, Mrs. J. N.Wise,
Miss Donnelly, Mrs. J. L. Root.
Get Ready for the Fair.
The date for the county fair is
rapidly drawing near, and we again
remind all interested to get their
exhibit ready and make other neces
sary arrangements. We . do not
know that our business men have
made displays heretofore, but at
any rate it would certainly afford an
excellent opportunity for bringing
their advantages prominently be
fore the citizens of the county . It is
safe to say that the benefit that
will accrue from a creditable trade
display could not fail to amply
compensate for the trouble and ex
pense. No progressive, wide-awake
Plattsmouth business man can af
ford to look with other than favor
upon every move to utilize the ad
vantages of advertising as offered
durinjr fair week.
Organize Republican Clubs.
Young men's republican clubs
have been doing effective campaign
work throughout the east for
several years, but it seems that the
west has been slow to make use of
this instrumentality for the utiliza
tion of the power that lies within
the young men. The republican
part' is pre-eminently the party of
young men and if they are
thoroughly organized in every coin
unity, and means devised by which
they may become informed in re
gard to the live issues of the day
and their enthusiasm kindled for
the grand old party of patriotism,
progress and honor, we predict
that they will do a grand work
excellent results will be seen in
November and all will be made
better and wiser.
In several counties in Nebraska
these clubs have been organized
and the activity displayed and
effective work already done is
encoiirairiiiir, from all sections.
The Herald suggests that this
matter be talked upon, and that
sleps be taken to effect such an or
ganization in Plattsmouth.
Grand Island Reunion.
Reports from Grand Island indi
cate that a large crowd of old
veterans and visitors has as
sembled and that the expectations
of the management and visitors
have been fully realized. (Juite a
delegation went up from Platts
mouth yesterday and it was'greatly
increased this morning as will be
sewn by the following named
persons, all of whom boarded No. 5
H. C. McMak.m and family, S.",I
Holloway, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Cooper, Thus. Holmes, Geo. Ruby,
J. C. Hickson and ,ife, Mr. and Mrs.
II. J. Streight, Mr and Mr. S. R.
Carrigan and D. P. Kerr.
Mrs. Fred Murphy returned to
Cedar Creek last evening.
Mrs. Henry Eikenbary was a pas
senger on No. 5 for Lincoln.
Misses Maggie and Georgia
Oliver, who have been visiting
friends at Central City the past ten
days, returned home last evening.
Their friends doubtless will be glad
to see them at home again.
The Cullom band dispensed some
lively music this morning at the
station while waiting for the train.
Of course, they cannot play with
the Plattsmouth band, but the boys
do admirably well, considering the
advantages which the community
in which they reside affords.
There aeems to be a great rush of
stock and grain to market at
present. The probabilities are that
if the the rush continues the rail
roads will not be able to furnish
transportation.owingto the scarcity
of freight cars. It is probable that
the capacity of the car manufac
turer could be increased, but the
railroads are not in the habit of
providing for a rush of this kind
when it is likely to a short duration.
The Cullom band came in this
im. -ning and departed to-day on
No. 3 for Grand Island, to assist in
dispensing music to the veterans.
The band is nicely uniformed and
presents a very creditable appear
ance -apparently a better band than
is often seen in large towns. This
speaks well for the enterprise of
the community in which the boys
Geo. Hall, son of Hon. Jas. Hall of
Eight Mile Grove precinct, sold his
farm of 110 acres for the neat little
sum of $3,000. Mr. Hall will not
leave Cass county, providing he
can purchase another farm that is
suitable. Casscounty farms will he
in demand henceforth as never be
fore, inasmuch as our soil is the
best to be found in the state, and
home seekers are coming west by
the hundreds every year.
George S. Ruby, of Eight Mile
Grove, left upon our table this
morning a basket of apples of the
Early Pennock variety. We have
seen several specimens of Cass
county's fruit growing, but we be
lieve that the samples left by Mr.
Ruby are the finest we have yet
seen. They are a fall apple, have a
pleasant flavor, and average six
teen inches in circumference. Who
can beat that?
W. J. Hesser went to Omaha last
evening with a few samples of the
fine fruit for which his extensive
orchard is noted. Mr. II. says the
crop is hardly as large this year as
last, yet the quality is fully as good,
and he does not have to seek
customers. Mr. H, by uprightdeal-
ing has won a host of friends of
which he is proud. He will have
two carloads of plants, fruit, etc.,
on, exhibition at the state fair, thus
bringing his enterprise before the
public and at the same time adver
tising the county in which he lives.
We are pleased to note among the
list of teachers to be employed in
our city schools during the coining
term, Miss Deana Fisher of Teka
mah. Miss Fisher is a graduate of
the Western Normal College of
Shenandoah one of the best
normal schools west of the Mis
sissippi river -and from personal
knowledge of her work as a stu
dent in that institution the local
editor of The HERALD is led to con
cludethat the members of our city
board have made a wise selection-
one, that in the end, will reflect
credit upon themselves and add
strength to our schools.
The Last Sad Rites.
The funeral of Frederick Gorder
took place to-day as per previous
announcement. The friends as
setubled at Mr. Gorder's home at
1:110 o'clock and from there re
paired to the German Presbyterian
church, where Rev J. W. Wittie de
livered a touching sermon paid a
worthy tribute to the departed one.
The esteem hi which Mr. Gorder is
held is plainly seen by the many
expressions of regret at his death
and the manifestations of respect
bytlie large concourse of friends
that gathered to participate in the
last sad rite.
T. ! ll:lir :l I !:! 1 1 1 i f 1 1 1 . rluMV
and luxuriant gruth' try Beggs'
I lair Kenewer. boiu uy isrown iv
Itch on human anil horses and all
animals cured in M minutes by
Woolfnrd's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails, Sold by F, (i. Fricke &
Co., druggist, PlattsinoirtU. wtl.
Slcepness night made miserable
by that terrible caugh Shilohs rem
..f'lv is the cure for vou, bv F. (
Frick. and O II Snyder. 2
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoris
When Baby wiu tick, w (rare her Outoriv
Whra hc was X Child, she cried fnr Castori
VThen the hcm Mis, sh r!im. to Co t.r'.r.,
, , ,.v Mil,:.! CjM'orin
Wly litte1! 11
BKC.M'SK we have the best Theory
BKCAl!SE we have the finest series
HhCAl Sl, we have the most elegant Reception and Recitation rooms to be found anywiiere. ' '
BKCAl'SK we have the most elaborate equipment of money, merchandise, railroad tickets, freight and el-1
press blanks and hII papers that can be used to add to the perfection of the actual business courne.
ItKC'A I'SK we do not advert isegoods and accommodations that we have not in stock.
Ul'X'AL'SK all who come ami investigate report that our rooms ami apurteurnces are in every supes T to our
HISCAI SK our theory of business, course is as broad and comprehensive
while our actual business exchange is unapproachable.
BKCAl'SL we can save you about $oa month in tuition and board.
BECAUSE we will give you the business course. Creek, Latin German or
VJ tilt. 'l l 'l 'IIV I5X IIIMIII llllr,
Address fur Circulars
Miss Katejohnke is visiting her
sister a.id other relatives at A voca.
The Cactus Blossom Concert Co.
appeared in Murray on last Tues
Miss Ixfttii Dean departed Thurs
day to attend school in Michigan
this coming year.
Mr. Joseph Morrow started last
Thursdav eveninir. for Cincinnati!,
Ohio, to finish his course in nied:-
A verv enjoyable time wns spent
last Friday evening at Mr. R. F.
De-n's by the young people of
Our schools, which was to begin
Monday has been postponed an
other week on account oi repairing
not being mushed.
Mrs. I. A. Rankin returned from
an extended visit in Penu. to which
place she was euddently called by
the death of her sister.
A ireneral supper will be given in
the United Presbyterian church by
the young people on Sept. 10th. A
general invitation to everyone.
A game of ball between Murray
and Paclic Junction boys was
played last Saturday afternoon re
sulting in victory for the Junction
Monday of this week, the M. P.
line of railway was completed from
Omaha to Union, and we under
stood was turned over to Mr. Clark,
we hone to see regular trains on the
rad at once as it will be a great
benefit both to our merchants and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshall were
very agreeably surprised nisi
Wednesday evening, it being tneir
tenth wedding anniversary. Unite
a number ot young peopn- uom
this neighborhood thought they
would surprise them. Hence,
wending their way to the Marshall
home they found the host feeding
his swine and the rest of the family
r.-adv to retire. But we all went in
and they were informed they had
been married ten years, wtiicli tney
had almost forgotten Some tin
ware wiih left as mementos of the
occasion, and at a late iiour me
crowd bade adieu to host and
hostess, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall many more happy mile-stones
in their journey of wedded life.
it id ! lii-:i ion that makes all the
difference between the man who dig
in the ditch and tne man w no poss
es the job. It is the superior qual
ities of Ayer's Sarsaprilla that give
it its acknowledged pre-eminence
overall other blood purifiers.
That HackingCough can soquick
ly cured by Shi lob's cure. We
guarantee it, For Sale by IS. G.
Fricke and () II Snyder. 1
Dlsnpidated? Well I "hould say So
Most people carry around with
them R liver so dclapidated that if
they should sse it they would take
it for a straw hat as quick as a liver
asa consequence they havealame
back and feel languid. Haller's
Pain Pnralyzer taken in canjiinction
with Mailer's German Pills, will
make a new person of you and effect
a complete cure. For sale by all
IWo-h' Little Giant Pills are the
surest, best ami safest. Sold by
Brown & Barrett.
Wherd! What! When! Why right
here.riirht now and alUhe the time
is going on a struggle with disease
forhealth and Haller's Sarsaprilla
A- Hnrdock is the most success! u I
opponent that science has thus far
discovered. For sale by all Drug-
Take advantage of the light bar
ness sale at Keefer's. tf
S. II. Clifford. New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
rheumatism, his stomach was (lis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away
and he was terribly reduced in llesh
and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, llarrisburg.
111., had a running sore on his leg
of eight years' standing. Used
three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven bottles Bucklen's Arnica
.Salve, ami his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba. O., had five
large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he whs incundtle. One bottle
Electric Bitters and one box Buck
len's Arnica Sal y cured him entire
ly. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
nrTrrT,,,r VK WANT A MAN In
UK I tL I 1" t every locality toad a
Me I'rlv l-rtrelive midur our '''"r"';!)"'1";
laneiid w lor inrticnla"'. v. A l.H I Mt IO.
IIKI KCT1TK AVKNL'V, box T7, Washlntoil,
Fi'cqoqt 13ishcss College.
Room in the s!at in point of light, ventilation and general attntclivueiw ,:
of business oftles in the Northwest. ;
SIOUX CITY CORN PALACE.
The Elaborate Structure and Great Industral Ex
hibition to be Open October 1st.
. . V ' I. .CJJ, ' 1 -I 1 V'vJknH .1l.:JWV.. JStTKv'J ..V'I f ;.i3u
The Sioux City Corn Palace is nearly completed and will be ready
for exhibition Oct. 1. The Palace which in the past hns attracted visitors
from all sections of the union and which has given universal satisfaction
to those who have attended, will this year surpass in splendor any former
attempts. Knstcrn Nebraska should feel interested in this enterprise in
asmuch as our soil is similar if not superior to that included in the great
corn belt of Iowa, and while the corn palace isan Iowa enterprise it can
be plainly seen that it cannot but advertise the country within a radius'
of several hundred miles. '
IN OUIt COM l LET K STOCK OK
imu nw shoes
We give you the following deep cut in prices:
Ladies Fine Glazed Dongola $.2.") shoes reduced to
Ladies Dongola Kid Mexible Wstioe reuueeu 10
Ladies BeHt Dongola 1.00 shoes reduced to-
Ladies Hpnd Turned best Dogola $1.00 shod redued to
FOE THIRTY DAYS ONLY
We have :i great many other sample hits of odd sizes that we
In orderto reduce our stock to meet our obligation.
We also have a few lots of Ladies Oxfords that we will sell at reduced
prices. Don't forget the place.
XV- -L. BOEOK cfcCO.
TN THE DISTK1CT COUKT, CASS COUNTY,
William II . Hukwn
Mill oi. I. l'ulk mill T. 0. 1-eesi'ii)
T O beem-n. (Ii'femlant, will take notice
that on the ninth day iff July. IH'Jt, William II.
I'lckcis lierrin liltMl his imtltloii i the district
ourt st Ch county. Nebraska, mtalnn nalil
deleiirtantH, the object an.t prayer of wlilcli Is
lo toreeliwe a wuiln iiiccliimli! s lln daleil
July 1U, lisHii, upon the west twenty feet ot lot
twelve, in him twenty-nine, city of Hatts
nioiilh, Nebraska, lo secure, thb payment or
mtw .Ml, with wen per cent iuteret Ilom April
It, liwi, now due ami payable. Ih- plaint III
pravs lor a decree tliat ('.eieudaiit." ! lciiitel
to pay the same oi that said premise may be
told tosalisly t h amount due on mi'- lien and
cost" of this action.
You aru requeued to answer said petition on
or belore tli ninete oil li day ol October,
Dated. September t..,:
Hy Matthew (ieiliiK. itttoriny. 41
Notice Is hereby Klven that by virtue, of a
license duly uranted to me by the district
court of Cas county, Nebraska, I w ill on Hat
uiiUV September, , lsil, at tlie hour of 2 p.m.
at the Hank ol K.iule In Kacle. Cas county
Nebraska, sell tie followlnu described real
estate t :wlt .: The east 04) ' n"r"'WHMi
quarter (U) of section No. 27. towiHiln No 10
raiuteNo. cast Of the 6th. I . l. In Cass
county Nebraska. Said land bnhintfiiiit to the
estate of.IosiahS. Keefer. deceased ai d will
bmold Mibjceito all liens and incumdiaiiees
upoB the followiun terms ; one Half C4 ciwli
balance ill three ciual payments at 7 per cent
payable annually due January. 1. lux'. May. I,
U:u. mid ,M ly, 1, IsM, respect v-ly upon ap
proved security A Apams
Ad.ntnisliator of Joslah fi.Kceicr, deceased
Butter, Kggs, Cheese, Wild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, Potatoes
Green and Dried Fruite, Vegetables
Cid.-r. Beans. Wool, Hides, Tallow
Sheep Belts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
r.rain. Flour: Hay, Beeswax, i-eatn
er, Ciinsing, Broomcorti, nnd Hops.
M. K. B A L L A K V
(len. Coin, Merchant and Shipper.
!17 Market Slrcet - St. I-ouK Mo
WANTED AKnt, yne acxuaintd with Kami
WAnted-Ali active, rellohle man-salary ?,P
to so monthly, with increase, to represent
in Uie own Keclfou a responsible New ork
II.,,..:.. U(..r..ncrs. MAM 'ACTl KKK, L"
Uox 15.-,'), New York.
as that of any Bushier s College,
French and the comnio'i , jTeli'
Collrsis Freinor.u Net
Nearly every pattern of Horse
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the warp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
for only a little less than the genu
ine it isn't worth one-half asmuch.
The fact that Horse Blankets
arc copied is strong evidence
that they are THE STANDARD,
and every buyer should see that
the 'K trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
100 6,A STYLES
at prices to suit everytjodjr. If you can't pej
them from your dealer, write n. A-.lt for
the 5a Houk. Vou can get it itliout clurprf
WM. AYRES & SONS, Philadelphia
Th White House stable?. II
The American people are always
interested in anything pertains to
the White House. We are reliable
inforniod that the istablea contain
a full assortment of different drugs
and inediciens and they also(so tho
head groom savs) keep a loottl? of
Haller's Harb Wirt Liniment which,
is th ni'ift successful linimenttncy
h:: c ' ' it tt-'ed. For sale by all
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