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THURSDAY. MARCH 17. 1891
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A. N. 8DLUVAN.
Attorney at-Law. V ill irl't
Valoa block, Kart Sid. riii-tih. !Seu.
KNIGHTS OF MIMAS t.HtintM L V
M 47 Meet, eirery Om -OHV
at their h 'II In I'ariin-i Ci'K iI'. A" '
Hln knlKl'M are oidtiiily ... .iw-nl
M. M. Grinup.O.M Di-vey.K.K tt.
AO, V. W.No. M-MeeHutwiiid wiJ l.mrik
Friday w.Ibk In tlie rnotitu in t. A . ic.
hall in Korkwond l)lick. l V.iinlrsn, M w.
If, H, Brown, Kecorder,
Ifok All Odd Fellow are cordially Invl MhJ
to Mtind hn vMtim lu the city (lirii let
eraenjN O.I K.ObiB. fPfreUry
nOYAt. aHOaNAM (' t'OMn'H No Jtl.
R Meet at the K. of I' r,il In in ; I
Oral block oter Bennett Tiitt, "-hiic
VrtCre 1 lnTltd. Henry rlng,
XhM walling, Becreurr.
AO. CJ. w,.S, Meeln Brut mul tlilrd Kri1ij
eejlnM of ench mouth at d A.lt.llKji
la Kockwook block. Krauk Vemiliye, M, .
a,K Kuerwile, Kecorder.
DECBKH OK HON R, nie.U .cmid ii4
fourth ThAmday" of each mmitli In I,
O. P bull In Klt;.R raid bl ck. Mm. F. Iloy t,
Udy of Uonor ; Belle Terinylea. n eorlrr-
GA. K.McConllile Iiit No. im-. ts etery
Satur 'By etoninir at T : 80 m lhlr Hull !
Bockwood block All tlMtln coninuloi ki
cordially Inylted to eft with tin. Fr. d Hnte,
fort Adjnlant i O. K. NlleH, i? 'omiiidilt-r.
RDRKOKTIIK WOBLI). MeeU at 1 : M
uAnnw AwAiilt.tf ikf LhA I ir.n n ArniT
ball. A.V.tlrooin, president, Tho Walllm,
-AH CAMP No. 8.13 M. W, A. miet every
eeond and Fourth MondHy rt-nliiK"
Flttgerald hall. Vlmtlnr ni'lKhbor wi-lcuma.
r.c' HHinen, V. C. i P. Werteuumrer, W. A.,
8. C. Wilde, Clerk.
rAPTAl1 II K PAI.iKR CAMP N 6
oni of Veti-rann, division of Nelr"k. u
H. A . meet ( tory Tuesday night at I :.10 vki
In their hall In Fit Uterald b ock. Ml urn an )
vlnltliiK comrades are cordially infited to meet
with us J.J. Kurtz, Commander ; B. A. A!a
Blwaln. 1st Hat(eiit.
TAU0HTF.ll8 OF HF.PECCA BudnfProm
iJ I el)dKe N.. 40 meet the second and
fourth Thursday evenliRs of each month In
the 1 O. O. t . hall. Mrs. T. K. William, N
U. i Mrs. John Cory. Hecrctary.
YOUNO MRN'8 CHKISTIuN ' HOCIATION
Watennan block Main Htreet. hooms
open from -.30 a m to 9 :8i) i m. For men only
Oosnel mestlUK every Sunday afternoon at 4
HECKKK OF HONOK-KeetH the flrnt
" hiuI third ThrurHdayevciiliiKBof em-h
month In 1. 1). O. K. hull. KitxKeruid lilock.
Xre. Adilie Smith, Worthy SiHti-rof Honor
Mm. Nannie llurkcl, elater wcrctury.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
CArnoi.io.-.Ht. Pauf's ( hurch, ak. betwcea
Fifth and Hlxth. Father Cainey, Pastor
Hervlces : V hhh at and to :30 a. M. Hunday
Boliool at i :M, wit h bunedlctlon.
Chhistian. Corner Locust and Eighth Bis.
Hervlces inomliiK Htid tvenlnn. hlilcr A.
Galloway pastor. Nunday tlctiool 10 a. m.
KPlH'ovAL.-t. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Itev. II B. Ilurueim, iator. Ker
vtc.es :11A.M. and 7 :30 P. M . Hunday Mchool
Ochman SI ktmoimht. ;rner Sixth Ht and
Granite. Itev. Illrt. Paxtor. Kcrvices : 11 A.M.
and 7 :'M V. M. Huuday hchool 10 :30 A M.
I'bkmiytfhian. Service In new church, cor
ner Hlxth and Granite sts. Itev. J . T. Balrtl,
pastor, Hundav-school at 9 ;30 ; I'rcachinii
at 11 a. m.ii'.id h p. in.
The Y. It. H. C. E of this church meets every
rtalibath fveiilnrt at 7 :I6 in the baM'iiietit ol
theclmcrh. All are Invited to attend thi'sc
Kikht Mktiiopiht. Mxth Ht.. betwen Mulu
and Pearl. Kef. I.. F. Itrltt. It. 0. pastor.
Hervlces : It A. M., s no P. M Huudat Hchool
9 :30 A. m. 1'rayer meeting W ednesday even
Ing. Okrman Pkkshvthkia!. Corner Malu and
Ninth. Itev. Wltte, pastor. Hervices usual
. hours. Hunday Hchool 9 ::0 A. M.
HWF.KDHH ( ON(lHK)ATIOXAI.-(!rillllle, b-
tween Fifth and Hlxth.
Colokkd Haptiht. Mt. Olive, Oak. betweca
Tenth and Eleventh, Itev. A. IIokwcH. Pas
tor. Services II a. m. and 7 :'M p. III. Prayer
meetuic vt eunesuay evening.
YOUKH MFN'S ClIKlHTIAN ANSOrl ATION-
lioomslu Watennan block, Mam street. Cos
pel liieetlnir. for nieu only, every Hundav af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Koomr opeu weuk days
iruiu b..hi a. in., 10 v.jo p.m.
Hot'TH Paiik Taiifknaplk liev. ,1. M.
Wood, Pastor, Services: Sunday Hchool,
sun. in,: i rcaviiuiK, " m. anil a p. Ml. j
prayer ineetliiR Tuesday nltttit ; choir prac
tice Friday iiIkIU. All are welcome.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
Was Exhibited in Large Chunks
at the Primaries.
BUT UB, MOBUA.N AND B0N8
Saeur tha Belation.-Two Tiakaia
VVer la the Fiald in Each
Ward Uet Might.
The democratu held tlicir pritua-ri-H
last evening in Ihc eeveral
wards iti the city anirclected dele
Ratea to the city convention and
uIho nominated a councilman from
each ward. The only spirited con
tent for the nomination for council
man was in the Third ward. L. G.
Larson and William Holly were the
candidate). Holly received the
nomination, but in the other ward
they were nominated by acclama
tion. The bipgest fiftlit wan on dele
gates to the city convention. The
fight was centered on the tmaHurer
Bhip, the candidate! being Frank
Morgan, the prenent incumbent,
and Henry R. Oering. The result
was that Morgan received the dele
gationa. Following are t.(ie delegations by
First wanl-C. Urekenfeld, Kd
Stamm, W. D. Joiir, J. J. Casaidy,
Kd Fitzgerald, William Cole, A.
Clark, Tom OilliHpie, A. F. Groom,
Pouey Me8Hermith, Chris Wohl
farth, M. Matuy, Henry Hons and
A. Clark was nominated by accla
mation for the council and Ed
Fitzgerald waH selected as a com
mittecman from that ward.
Second ward William Neville,
W. C. Willets, H. Kinkead, Charles
Miller, Ted Clifford, Charles
Grimes, James Kebal, I. Cecil, D.
M. Jones, Max Lemin, G. L. Twisler,
Ira Searlea, P. K. Ruffner, Hans
Frahm, H. Spies and A. Kurti.
Herman Spies received the nomi
nation for the council by acclama
tion and "Wliitey" Miller was
selected for committeeman.
Third ward Jas. Johns, Jas.
Grace, Jas. Pailing. Jas. Donnelly,
John Cory, John Swoboda, John
Jannda, Robt. Martin, Robt. Schafer,
Chas Cummins, Peter Mumm, A.
U. Despain, M. A. Vondran, G. L1
Pre n tie, Wm. Winn and A. G.
In this ward there were two can
didates for the council. Wm. Holly
received the nomination over L. G
Fourth ward Pat McCallcn, M
Schirk, F. Hurk, Lewis Dohc, Henry
Ofe, John McDaniels, D. F. Foster,
Robt. Stewart Geo. Dodge, Henry
Martin, Henry Kirkham, Simon
Lynch, Philip Tierolph and Geo,
Mike Whalen was nominated by
acclamation lor a member of the
Fifth ward A Streitwciser, J.
Mackey, J. Williams. J. Wurl, Wm
Stater, Geo. Spangler, I Kaliaky, C.
Covolt and S. H. Alix.
Fjrn member of the council C
Covolt received the nomination.
J. M. Roberts was in Omaha to
Millions of people can find their
wall paper at mown ftliarrett s.
H.C. McMaken was in Omaha to
day on business.
Paints, oils, and varnishes at
Mrown & Harrett s.
A. W. White was a passenger on
No. 5 for Omaha this morning.
Latest things in wall paper at
mown Harrett s.
Mrs. Wiley Hlack und Mrs. P. K
Ruffner went up to Omaha this
You should see Hrovrn &. Harrett's
stock of wall paper.
Mrs. Kate Oliver, and daughter.
Mrs. Chas Eads, were passengers
for Omaha thin nmrniny;.
Subscribe for The Platts.mouti
Daily Hkkald at 15 cents a week.
10. A. Kirkpatrick,of Nehawka, de
parted on No. 5 for a trip in the
western part of the state.
Finest line of wall paper in the
city at mown A Harrett s.
All members of the A. O. II. are
urgently rcijue.ited to meet at their
hull tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock
It is town talk that Hrown A Har
rctt's is the only place to find a new
and complete stock of wall paper.
The Ladies' aid society of the M
K. church will meet to-morrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. Kd
Harstow, No. Hit Gold, between
Eighth and Ninth streets.
There will lie a basket supper at
Cottonwood school house Friday
evening March 18 lSirj. The nro
cceds to go for the benefit of the
minister, b very body invited.
Rev. Geo. R. Murray, of Thomas
Pennsylvania, arrived in the city
this morning and will stay for three
montn in me county ?ir. Murray
has been sick for the past six
inotnne witn pneumonia.
ST. PATRICKS' DAT.
Tha Day Will b A ppeoprirtoly Cali
brated In ihia City Tomorrow,
Extensive preparations have been
madej for the celebration of St.
Patricks day in this city tomorrow.
Large delegations from all over the
state and Iowa are expected. J. A.
Connor will act as master of cere
monies and Hon. Wm. Neville ia
the grand marshal, with P. A.
O'Keefe and Ed Fitzgerald as
aides. The address of welcome
will be made by Judge Chapman
and it will be responded to by Gov
The parade wilt form at 10:30 oa
Main the right resting on Fifth
street, in the following
manner: State officers of the A. O.
iT., A, O. II. Hand, Douglas county
and Iowa divisions, then will come
Lancaster, Adams, Cheyenne, John
son, Greeley, Gage, Platte, Red Wil
low and Cass county delegations
in order as named. The line of
march will be as follows;
Going west on Main to Seventh,
north on Seventh to Oak, to St
ohn's church where sendees in
honor of the day will be held. Af
ter services the divisions will form
a above on Oak, and go west to
Eighth, north on Eighth to Elm,
west on Elm to Fourteenth, south
on Fourteenth to Washington ave
nue, east on Washington avenue to
Seventh, Bouth on Seventh to Chica
go avenue, on Chicago avenue to
Ninth, north on Ninth to Main, east
on Main to Third, south on Third to
Granite, counter march to Main,
west on Main to Waterman opera
house, where they will break ranks.
Refreshment will be served to
visiting divisions at Rockwood
hall immediately after the parade.
The following program will be
carried out in the eveving:
Grand Selection "Gems of Ireland"
Waldemar Beck, Conductor.
Burke Quartette of Omaha.
Kev. Bruen of Omaha.
Soprano aolo "Killarney"
Mrs. E. Burria Mrs. Atwood,
Quartette "Come Back to Erin"
Pluttumouth Owl Club Quartette.
Soprano solo Selected
Mrs. T. A. Kilroy of Lincoln.
For the LaHt One Hundred Years"
Hon. M. V. Gannon.
Duett "Moonlight on the Rhine"
Mrs. K. Burria and . K. Pollock.
Burke Quartette of Omaha.
Plattamouth Owl Club Quartette.
The day's festivities to finish with
a grand ball at Rockwood hall.
Teaehera Annual Institute
County Superintendent Noble has
sent out the following letter calling
notice to the teachers' annual insti
tute to be held at Weeping Water
from March 28th to April 8th.
Weeping Water, Neb., March
14, 1892. Will you kindly give
notice of the teachers' annual insti
tute to be held in Weeping Water,
March 28th to April 8. I have sent
notices to the teachers but there are
many who have not taught but will
le interested to know tne aate. ah
persons who expect to teach should
attend. Every effort will be made
to have the instruction entertaining
as well as helpful.
There will be no examinations
durimr the institute. The two weeks
will be entirely given to work of
vital importance to teachers, llus
ouirhtto be tne best institute ever
held in the county. It is time to
give an impetus to the educational
work of our county, lu that impor
tant work every teacher should
have a part. School ollicers are
cordially invited to visit the insti
tute. I liey ought to know wno tne
best teachers of the county nre,
and there is no better way to tind
out. Honing to welcome a very
large number, especially of those
who could not attend a mid-sum
mer instiute, Yours very truly.
O. W. NOHLK,
Sailed for Russia.
Nebraska's donation of food
products to famine stricken Rus
sians was heard from yesterday,
the welcome intelligence having
been flashed over the wires that the
steamship had sailed for Europe.
Rev. Ludden of Lincoln had just
forwarded a draft for $570, which
was added to the cargo in the form
of corn meal. He still has one car
of corn on hand which he will turn
over to the Clara Harton fund. The
Nebraska donation amounts to over
1,!(10,0()0 pounds of corn meal
Governor Itoyd yesterday received
the following telegram from W. C.
Edgar, appointed by the governors
of Minnesota and Nebraska to ac
company the cargo to Russia:
New York, March 15, IS'KJ. Hon.
James E. Moyd, (lovernor of
Nebraska: Steamship Missouri left
for Russia at 1 o'clock to-day with
full cargo, iticludinir Nebraska corn
meal. 1 sail to-morrow on Teutonic.
W. C. Edgar,
Rev. Ludden received the follow
. New York, March 15, 1892. Hon.
Luther P. Ludden. Commissioner:
Missouri sailed at 1 o'clock to-day;
full cargo. I leave on Teutonic to
morrow. W. C. Edga r.
Henry Lchnhoff of Center Pre
cinct is in the city to-day.
Subscribe for Tub Herald, only
15 cents a week or 30 cent" a month.
A Magnificent Combination
For the People. x
Tlie Popqlqy qqd Vid-: '-v-
ONE - PRICfc; - CLOTHIER
Is Receiving a Popular i in I' :h
LATEST SPBIIG ATTKACTIOI
An unlimited variety of the
best makes in every line
He has a determination and
the ability to make
THE BEST PRICES.
Be fair with
Look out for JOE'S new
A Pleasant Party.
The Rebeccas planned and carried
out last evening a very pleasant
surprise on the Odd Fellows at their
hall in Fitzgerald's block. Just as
Cass lodge No. 140 I. O. O. F. closed
their work, a number of the ladies
of the Rebecca degree came in and
took charge of all present and led
the brothers out to the anti room
and fee them on cake and coffee,
after which they all returned to the
main hall where they enjoyed them
selves in social chat and games till
a late hour.
ATTENTION IS CALLED
TO OUR ELEGANT STOCK
OF WALL PAPER. WE HAVE
THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE
FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPER
IN THE COUNTY, OUR PRICES
DOES THE SELLING FOR US.
REMEMBER OUR STOCK OF
PAINTS. OILS, AND VARNISH
BROWN & BARRETT.
There will be n met of the
turstees und oflicial Hoard of the
M. E. church, at the close of prayer
meeting this evening. Important
that all be there.
L. F. HKITT, pastor.
Irene'for the complexion, most
useful toilet made, is highly medi
cated and perfumed. Removes
pimples; makes the skin clear and
velvety, 50 cents at Hrown & Har
rets and O. H. Snyder.
All those attending the St.
Patrick celebration here to-morrow,
coining a distance of 100 miles or
more, will get a rate of one and one
third fare. They will pay full fare
to this city, and by getting A.
Clark, secretary, to sign their re
ceipt, they can purchase a ticket
back for one-third fare.
The ease of Henry Hceck vs. the
City of Plattsmouth. The jury
brought in a verdict in favor of
plaintiff for $2,240.
The court is occupied with the case
of Hanah H. Adgate vs. the Sheriff
of Cass County.
Special sales this week at
yourseif and give
A loot before
ad in a few days, it will
"Two Old Cronies."
When you visit the Grand this
week go with your senses strained
for a runaway pace. The "Two Old
Cronies" and their company of
chums are doing everything on a
gallop, and if you happen to get
lost in the swirl of their "musical
farce-comedy extravaganza in three
acts of high-class comedy and
music," do not lay the blame to
them. They are on a fast go from
start to finish, and give a vivid idea
of a band of hopefuls
fleeing a jay town with only thirty
seconds to catch tne limited for the
great and good city of Hrooklyn
The jingle and drive and rapid
everything is next to brain tw isting.
Hut these lightning mirth-makers
played to a house full of sharp wits
last night, " and the response to
every "zip" of song, dance, joke and
melody was surprising to only
those on the stage. The result,
therefore,' was satisfactory all
"Two Old Cronies" has been
touched up a bit, and any changes
made were desirable improvements.
Al Wilson and Edwin J. Hellernan
are still droll, decidedly droll, and
good leaders of a jolly company
While nothing that Ada Deaves did
was tational, yet it was all very
funny. It was designed to be
uniipie, and Ada Deaves presents
as odd a bit of character work of
the extremely eccentric order as
could well be conceived. Fannie
Hloodgood is ii wing dancer who
dances well and turns a "cartwheel''
to perfection. The three Don sis
ters are pretty, "full of laughter,
full of yawns and full of fun." And
they do the light fantastic after the
skirt mnke and can kick just a little
bit. Florence Myatt, Harry C. Dietz
and Linsay Morrison are the sing
ers of the company, and all do well,
while Fanny Osgood, Max Million
and J. Henry Macke do their share
in a creditable manner.
The singing and dancing were all
up to the mark, and the fun on the
line of furious. New York Daily
A rare treat is in store for amuse
ment lovers next Tuesday night,
"Ttic Fair" offers the big
gest bargains in townt
At the meeting of the Livingston
Loan and Huilding Association,
Thursday March 17, 1892.
knoc' tke candle silly.
The assessors of Cass county held
a meeting with County Clerk Frank
Dickson yesterday afternoon and
organized by electing John Hart, of
Stove Creek precinct, chairman and
P. E. Ruffner, of the Second ward,
secretary. The scale of vali es
adopted is as follows: Average
horses, $75; cows, $15; mules and
asses, $73; sheep, $2.23; and every,
thing else at one-third its real
value. The assessors could not
agree on a basis to assess real
estate and personal, and it was left
with the assessors to use their own
Wall paper at Hrown & Harrette
The contestants have rested their
case and arguments wMl be heard
Monday evening at 1;M o'clock.
Ely's Cream Hdhn is especially
adapted as a reineby for catarrh
which is aggravaietl by alkaline
Dust and dry winds W. A Hover
Death of Mrs. Samuel Barker.
Mrs. S. M. J. Darker, wife of Samuel
Barker of Eight Mile Grove, died at
5:05 this morning of pneumonia,
aged eighty-three years. Mrs.
Harkers's death is mourned by her
iiusoanu and thirteen children, all of
whom were present excepting two
daughters Mrs. A. C. Corry of
Ulj a-ics and Mrs. Anthony Howard-
of Nantasket, this state. Mrs. Darker
was born in Madison county, Ohio.
The funeral will occur on Friday
next, at 11 o'clock a. in.
Wanted A girl to do general
i. i. f i
iiuuri-wui a. vruiiu Willi's.
23-tf Mrs. W. J. Hesser. ?
The dwelling rooms over Mayer
Hros.' clothing store, consisting of
seven rooms, bath closet, grate and
all modern improvements.
Also a four room house, corner of
Main and Eighth streets. Enquire at
Carruth & Son's jewelry store. 2w
The rapidity of its healing pro
cess is marvelous. Kail Road
Cough Cure is infallible for whoop,
ing cough, croup, dry hacking
cough and all lung troubles. Use
S0Vlef; Vr"JeH l'"1 ?riPPt- 23c &
50c at O. II. Snyder and Hrown
Hrown & Harrett were successful
in securing the agency for Nebras
ka of the only house in the U. S
who make a specialty of new de
signs of wall paper for city trade
The people of Plattsmouth should
call at their store and see the new
things just out in the wall paper
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