The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, August 16, 1883, Image 3
DRUGOX3T. Dkalkk iu m i : i ) i ( ; i n i peufum buys, Oils, 1'aikts, Uruhhkh, A Full Ijineof TriiNNCM Ai:d in fuel everything contained iu lir-t cUkh Drug Storo. Pre--rii lions carefully compound Competition met in nil department. ('01:. Main and Third Street I'LATTSMOUTII, NEB. SFCOWD HAND GOODS J. LEVY, Will BUY ami Mil A 4 all kinds of FURNITURE, METALS, IRON, RAGS AND FURS Will advance money on all SALABLE GOODS, on lower Main street. Oim- id r wist or liei k's Furniture sore I h.ttMi outh. Feb. 1st. Ih8:: 4Ctf. HOTEL CITY HOTEL. '1 liW beautiful II. u-e Mory brick tdructure. on Sower Maid street, ha Just been finished and fi !l. .1 i.p for I lie accommodation of TEA A'.S IE NT C US TOM EES. AM) KF.flUL.XR BOARDKRS. EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN A Goed Bar ,uco,i,,efcri,hn,e '!!. 11)1 CCS. In?. I TIMBER. CALl, AT THE Old Reliable HiiBERYARD H. A. WATERMAN 4 SON Wholesale and RetailIIealer in PINE LUMBER SHI MULES, LATH, SASH, HOOKS, BLINDS, &c, .''onrtb Mreet. n. rear of Opera House. . 1 ATTSMOUT1I. - NEBRASKA BOOTS AND SHOES Zi ATX 1TFAT1JBlNO AND REPMRING AT Sherwood'S, Plattsmouth, Nebraska CIGARS. Just Eeceived Z.A FINE LINE OFJ MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES OH IIIHECT 1MPOBTATION. A Challenge 5c Cigar, s iahy made for the retail trade only. Pepperberg's Cigar Factory. ERNST WAGNK.R Practical Architect. SUPERINTENDENT ARCHITECTURAL WORK A SFCCIALTT. rMju ail Specification will be carefully :arried.out, and full attention will be given at to safety and durability. LESSOR'S ON PAINTING ..Water Colors, Crayoo and PenciL otn fLATHBHHBl flBRALD PUBLISHED DAILY AM) WEEKLY BY The Plattsmontb Herald Publishing Co. official. rAPKii or Tiifc ;itv. For City and County Directory. Railway Time Table. Telephone Excbaog Business Di rectory, Business Cards Ac, tee fourth page. Notice to Advertisers. Copy for display advertisement or changes in advertisement must be handed In to the busiuessofllce not latter than 10 a. in. of the day In which they are to tie Inserted. Copy for pay local and special notices mind lt banded In before 3 p. 111. each day to insure in sertion. It M. IKkiinkli., fiuslnesa Manager. Call for the Cass County Republican Central Committee treating. The Kepuhllean central committee are here- bv callt d to meet at Louisville. AugU't 21st (Tuesday) at 1 p. m. Tin' members are ; Flatt-mouth City 1-t Wiird-E B I.ewi. 2d " S Wise. ad .1 B Strode. 4th " F Carrtith. Precinct A II Taylor, Rock Bluffs Anderson K .-wt. Liberty W Cannon. Eight Mile Grove J II B.cker. Ml. Pleasant Samuel Richardson, Avoea-n W Cox. Weeping Water -1! C Yenmans. Ccntre-S N Woodford. Louisville C E Wilkinson. South Bend-RG McFaiiand. Elm wood David McCaig. Ktove Creek Ira Stanford. Tipton-W It Arnold. Grccnwood--M It Cutler. Salt Creek Win Coleman. It is desired that every member of the com millee be present. M. M. Rl'TLEE, ClIAIKMAN. 4. Salisbury, DcntlNt. '. A. tlarNhall, Dentist, huc--(NHoi-;tu Clutter & Marshall. Teetli extracted without pain, by use of'Mtrou Oxide Cia. Try Schcrer's Corn Cure, warranted to cure without pain, only 15 cents; at Warriiks. -u. NewCooas New Coods New Coods- Lare stock of Latest styles in Mens Boys and Children Suits just rcci-ivptl frniii Nt'ff 1 01 k whic h we will sell 10 per cent less than can he bouirht of any house in town, also .1 now lot of hats and fancy uetlc- wear just received at !. C. AlAVEll The Opera House Clothiers. Admission fee to the Presbyterian Sociable tonight is ten cents. Dr. Meade may bo found at the cilice of the county clerk until his office is repaired fom the effects ot the fire. Bananas, California peaches & pears for sale by J. P. Young. I46tf It is a good night for ice cream, and there will be an abundance at the social at Rock wood Hall. Prof. Druintnond goes to Hamilton county next week for ten days work in their county Institute. Fruit of all kind is plenty in the market F. S. White received an im mense cargo of peaches yesterday. Sheet music & music books for organs tfc pianos at J. P. Young3. 146tf The village board of Greenwood has fixed the price for license there at One thousand dollars. It means pro hibition. Last evening Prof, and Mrs. Drum mond entertained some ten or twelve of the teachers who are in attendance at the Institute, at tea. TLe guard rails on the walk east of Sherwood's are in place, and it was a judicious step from he city in having them placed there. "We never speak as we pass by a beautiful new song only 1 Oct at J. P. Youngs. 146tf A traveling photographer is doing Plattsmouth these days, and is taking a large number of views of business houses and the finer residences. Mr. Ceo. Hargreaves, who has been with the 1J. &M. for many years, has accepted the position of purchasing agent for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 11. It., and will assume his duties with that road at once. Mrs. Agnes Flemming andE.P. Roe's last book published for sale by J. P. Youug. 14Gtf II. T. Clarke, at Uellevue, who was instrumental in securing the location of the Presbyterian College there, has a large force of men at work repairing all his houses, fixing Hp the streets, and fences, and he intends to make Uelle vue one of the handsomest places around Omaha. Onr friend, Billy Short, from the booming young town of Manly, was in the city Wednesday, interviewing the County Commissioners iu regard to a road, to run north one mile on the half section line through section 1-1, thence east one-half mile to the county road. This will give the young metropolis a splendid outlet to the north, without leaving the divide, making one of the best roads in the county. Just received a large line of scrap books and authograph albuns at the P. O. News Depot. I46tf Conductor Blue has just returned from a nine days trip over the B. & M. with the pay car. "While in Denver, Sunday, he saw the tramp whose diary was published in the Herald this spring. The tramp is now first cook in a Denver restauraur, at a salary of 840 a month and board, and is satisfied that the West is a grea-t country. On the return trip the pay car paid off all the employes between Red Cloud and Atchison in one day a great le&t that has rrot tteen acwmplistred betVire. Police Court. : Notwithstanding the dull times and hot weather, John Jtiley forgot himself and allowed his blood to get up to a fe ver heat, he pranced around and want ed to eat somebody, when a friendly po lie eman came along and took him iu out of his misery. John promised nev er to do so again In Plittsmouth. Judge Pottenger charged him a dollar with the usual trimming for him to remem ber the town by. Two arrests were made this morning, the prisoners being charged with inde cent exposure up at the Hand bar Through sympathy for the boys who are noi oeneveu 10 ie me guilty par ties and only happened to be in swim ming w ith others at the time, we with hold their names, the matter was finally adjusted by the prosecutiug withdraw ing the case the boys paying the costs, we also lean? that warrants are out for other ptrties who have been guilty of shameful conduct arm well deserve pun ishment. Postal Notes- Our genial postmaster has just re ceived notification from the I'ost OlTic3 Department, of the issue of the new Postal Notes, which can be had throughout the country by Septem ber 3d. It will be remembered these notes are similar to bank drafts no written application being needed. The exchange for any amount less than five dollars will be three cents. The new two cent postage stamps will be on sale on and aftcr'Octobcr 1. The design is a new one the head of Wash ington in profile from Houdon's bust, being placed on a plain tablet above the oval surrounding the head are the words "United States Postage," and underneath the tablet, are the words "two cents." The stamps will be print ed in metallic red. The embossed stamps on the two cent stamped en velopes will also bear the head of Wash ington. The head of Jackson will complete the design on the new four cent. stamps. The price of stamped envelops will re main the same tor the envelopes, the price of stamps beiug added. THE STREET RAILWAY. The Franchise Granted by an Over whelm ins Vote. At an early hour yesterday morniug it became evident that the proposition to grant the right to the Capital City Street Hallway company, would be car ried by a handsome majority, and the great mass of citizens turned out to make sure of it. The vote polled was as follows by For Against. First ward 547 1 2 1 o Second ward 393 Third ward 460 Fourth ward 400 Total .1,800 State Journal. We are glad to see the capital city showing such evidences of enterprise in unanimously sanctioning a much need ed though expensive improvement. Programme. The Presbyterian Church Choir Social to Le held this evening, at ltock wood Hall, will be mainly devoted to a good social time and the refresh ment tables. The members of the choir have selected the following im promptu programme to open the even ing and make their guests feel at home. Doxology By the choir. Duett "I would that my love" Mrs. Wise and Miss Pollock. Duett Cornet and Organ Mr. Clark Miss Pollock. Solo "Jesus, lover of my Soul," Mrs Wise. Duettt Selected Mrs. Agnew and Mrs. Campbell. Solo "Marguerite" Mr. Bushnell. Chorus "When the Bridegroom Comes,', By the Choir. Mr. "William Secor of Farragut, Fre- rcont county, has recently patented a machine for harvesting and husking corn. The machine is designed to be driven over the row and the ears arc stripped from the stalks as the machine passes along by radial wings which are connected by a rotating shaft. The ears are then carried by an endless apron to rolles located at the back part of the machine which strips the husks from the ear and deposits the latter in a receiver. The machine will receive a through test the coming fall and should it prove practicable will be a blessing to the farmer in the saving of labor, sore fingers and "sich." Council Bluffs Nonpariel. Melinda Nevowatny, the girl who had tue experience trying to work out at Eight Mile Grove, and who run away lrom there and tried to swim the creek and get home, is having some more experience. She has made up her mind that Plattsmouth is too smalt a town and that she will live in Omaha, but her folks watch the trains to pre vent her going. This morning she started off with her grip and footed it to La Platte, where 6he tired ou and was persuaded to come back home; her next break will probably be to go to Oreapolis anp take the the train there for nothing short of Omaha will satis- j fy her. . . Card of Thanks. ' I desire to return thanks to all citi zens who aided in saving my property from burning during my absence from the city. The loss of the contents . of my office would have been the loss of my all and I am sincerely grateful to those who were instrumental in saving all from burning. H. Mead. M. D. Bargains in Brlckb. ' SOO.OOO brick for sale, builders will do well to see .us . before purchasing. Leave orders at Weckbach's store or at the yard; all orders will receive prompt attention. Rap en fc Martin. df27TOo 1 date Pair Note. ' l'rcident Mclntyre, Mr. E. N. Grc- nell and Mr. S. M. Barker, of the man agers of the htate fair, were lo the city yesterday and contracted for the remo val of the poultry house and the Dorth speed fttables fiom their site near the power hall to the locality of the south kdecd stables, which will afford about three acres additional space for exhibits of agricultural implements. Last night a Herald man met Mr. Greuell at the I'axton, and asked the veteran manager of state fairs and pro moter of fruit growing In the state, what the prospects were for the coming state show. Mr. (irenell, who has been active in Ptate fair directing for the past fifteen ycarp. replied: Prospects were never ho good as they arc now. There seems to be an interest awakened all through the State that never obtained until now, and the railroads are giving us very good rates " "Naturally the state should have a bigger fair each year, as it settles and im proves, I suppose," said the newspaper man, Yes," replied Mr. Grene.ll, ''and I be lieve that borne parts of the state, par ticularly the western, expect to make better exhibits than ever before." "Will the wet season make a differ ence with and class of farm products?' inquired the reporter. I he river counties" was the reply, "will not show as fine aad matured corn as hitherto, because corn is lute with them, out that is about all. Our cereals will be especially fine; and gar den vegetables will exceed any pre vious year, fetock is looking very well, and I believe we will have liner range stock than ever before." Speaking of other features the mana ger said that Mr. Chambers reported negotiations for a field of fist horses. There are more applications for space than have ever been received at this stage of affairs in any previous year. The exhibits of farm machinery "will ue large no doubt, because sales have been satisfactory for several years and Election pronrpt, for cro.s have etn more evenly paying perhaps thi n iu any other state. The fruit exhibit will be a fine feature of the fair. Burt and Washington counties will soon put up a building near the art hall tor Uicir exhibits in competition for the premiums offered for the best conntv exhibits. The board have lately received in formation that Stanton county, which has hitherto been unrepresented, pro- . . , i i . i' i . wsts id uniig u.iin)is oi agricultural products and stock. Them is g od reason to predict a bier fair aud Omaha is for better prepared to entertain its visitors thau ever be fore. Omaha Herald. Elm wood. During the past week little of note has occurred in our vicinity: conse-i quently we cannot sling our aquatic quill very extensivelj-, or soar very high into the azure fields of jourualis tic notoriety: but realizing as we do the importance of Keeping our corner occu pied, and of sustainining our reputa tion ot being as breezy as any of our fellow local reporters, we submit the following: Hurrah! The bridge builders are now in our vicinity, and we shall soon be deprived of the blissful privilege of opening and closing numerous gates as we go to and from Weeping Water. This is a bridge on an important thoroughfare; as it is on one of our star routes, and also the main road from Plattsmouth lo Lincoln." The loss of this bridge has occasioned our citi zens much inconvenience; but we pre sume our commissioners have been as expeditious as possible under the cir cumstances, and we should feel thank ful that our troubles in this direction are at an end. We understand that all the bridges in this vicinity will receive necessary repairs before the builders leave the neighborhood. Although the weather was very un- propitious, we understand a large ma jority of our citizens attended the camp meeting held at Weeping Water and enjoyed a good time. The recent rainy weather will prove a big thing for corn, but will injure some small grain which the farmers have not been able to stack vet. Small grain is yielding well; many pieces of oats are going to yield fifty bushels per acre, and wheat eighteen to twenty, and some exceptional pieces even more. "Apples!" "Want to buy any ap ples?'' is the cry which almost daily resounds through our streets from the numerous apple peddlers with which our country abounds. We can say, that as far as we have noticed, with scarcely an exception, that the fruit they cay is very fine, and speaks well for Nebraska as a fruit growing State. The pic nic to which we referred in our last passed off very pleasantly, and was one of 'the most enjojable occa sions of the season. Mr. John Hart, Miss Mary Mapes, Miss Clara Holenbeck, Mrl Samuel Richardson and Mr. L. R. Tyson, all of this vicinity, are in Plattsmouth this week attending the Teachers' Institute. This speaks well for this place, and for the enterprise of its teaching frater nity. Hoping we will have more to write about next, time, we subscribe ourself. Your affectionate, Modoc. Matrimonial. " Our druggist friend, Mr. S. G. Perry, is taking to himself a wife in the city of Burlington, today. This is business. The Herald is only happiest when re cording 6uch events, and we are espe cially glad to congratulate Mr. Perry, who since his settlement and entrance into business in this city has made mao7 friends, who join in good wishes. At the Presbyterian Church Social this evening there will be a huge pair of scales and a weighing game, that is an entirely new thing, which will amus'e thjoSfc in attendants. i'ERHOMALS. Dr. Meado and wife came hoinp Inst night. Loui Eickhof, of J-ouisville pent iusr nigra in iue city. Mrs. Wm. McLaughlin started this morning for Paeific City In. to visit htr her parents. fr T...1 Tto. .. ,( I w li .v. ,,,, ui Cutthing h from I,rtge. Wis. is ir. the city today. Wm. Neville made ;t Hying trip 1 ome laet night, from hi work. rHuruIng this morning. .i.. liarnes is nome again iroin a trip to Fullertoti and northern Nebras ka. E. L. Heed, one of Cass county't most successful business men, i in the city sv.tr J. Ii. Meikle, one of the stalwart at- ,.t xr ..: it'... ... s luniks ui r ucjuujj Miner is in me city today. Mrs. Belle Campbill spent last even -ing with her son, returning home to Omaha this morning. Mrs. France, of Olathe, Kansas, who has been visiting at D. A. Campbell's for some time returned home this morning. Mrs. F. I. Mandevi'lc and daughter, of Missouri Valley, Iowa, ire visiting Mrs. E. B. Lewis thi week and will remain over Sabb tth. It. C. Curbing is in the city today, and is looking over our improvements. It has been some time since he has put in a day at his old home. Capt. Lloyd D. Bennett returned lust evening from his vacation trip westward- He was at the great Denver re union and has been on tours of investi gation through Colorado and down in Jsew Mexico. Mrs. Bennett remains for some time yet with her daughter, Mrs. Wilson, in Denver. Til h RIGHT REMEDY. For Cholera Infantum, Diarnea, Dysen tery, and all Bowel Complaints. Marsh's Tonic Astringent is peculi arly adapted to the treatment oi B,wjl Complaints in a marlarious country. Not only does the debilitating' heat of .. .....). i,i i.. ., I summer reduce Mid relax ,he system to such an extent as to require a Ionic, as wel1 as nn Astringent medicine, to successuiiiy ireni ucrauiremeiiis oi the Stomach and Bowl., but the Malaria, with which everybody is more or less affected, ren ders the tonic principle doubly neces sary. Marsh's Tonic Astringent sub dues fever, neutralizes aud expels ma larial poison, sweetens the stomach, quiets, soothes and strengthens the bow els aud the whole system generally. Price 50 cenjs. Foj stde by Smith fc Black Bros, druggists, Plattsmouth. For swellings, burns, sores, pile, etc., use Marsh's World's Liniment. For sale by Smith & Black Bros. 140aw1w To Teachers. You can secure scratch tablets in different sizes, cheap, by calling at the Herald office. " tf ARE YOU READY TO DYKf Ilurlburt and Miller proprietors of the Omaha Fancy Steam Dyeing and French Dry cleaning works 107, South Fifteenth street, Omaha Neb., recommend then facilities for cleaning, dyeing and curling plumes and tips on three days notice; ladies suits in velvets, Silks, Satins etc., cleaned by the French Dry cleaning pro cess. Ladies' and gents' clothing clean ed, dyed and repaired. All kinds of fancy dyeing, merchant's shelf-worn goods a specialty. All orders by mail or express given prompt attention. A full stock of nice Sugar-cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at Central Meat Market, at 15c per pound: Pickled Pork, 12Jc to 15c; Shoulders, 11c; Shonlders, lie. Fresh Lard at 12KC. or 9 pounds for $ 100. Frefh Fish every Friday. Lafe O'Neill. dllfltf Use Marsh's Cathartic Liver Pills for Biliousness and Constipation. For sale bv Smith & Black Bros. d&wlt 'Grace & Thierolf have af. last receiv ed their . cigars, ' among which is the Celebrated R. G. Ingersoll" cigars. Now Boys, is your time to get a Jgood cigar.' d!41tf. Notice of Removal. We wish to inform the public that we have moved into the north store room in Sherwood's new block, on 5th street, where our patrons will find us hereafter, and where all wishing any thing in the Merchant Tailoring iine are invited to call and see us. 130dtf Rasgorshek Bros. A Square Meal Can be had at the City Hotel for only 25 cents and lodging at same reasonable rates. Farmers and Commercial Men will please bear this in mind. d&wtf Notice. I have concluded to change my loca tion in about 80 days. Parties know ing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle at once and great ly oblige. W. II. Baker. Ill d&w lmo For booth privileges at coming meet ing of Cass county Ag'l Society. Apply to W. S. Wise, Sec. 119dJtwtf Ford's Barber Shop Next door to court house, shaves for 10 cents, cuts hair for 25c. dtfw2t Dressmaking. To the lad ids of Plattsmouth and vicinity I wish to aunouncethatl have taken the rooms lately occupied by Mrs. Tutt in the Cuion block, where I shall continue dressmaking and invit all to call. 31 rs. M. E. Mortcx. dl23t6-wl9tf . FOR SALE. Lots 4 and 3 In Block 41, Improved. dPT J. If. WI'D,HI. SPKCIAL NOTICES. AdvertlnenipnU under till head,' thre eenU --r line each Innmiion. ONEY TO LOAN-Ou real entate l.y MulU vau Woolry. tf IT'OltMAI.E-4'nrap. A home and two luta, titrable pi nee, fur particular enquire at tin oftlce n.lf VOlt HALE A trm nrtirlm of furniture, hut 4 ittl, e iiad.che I'. at Mr. .lolition A Hwre Hwn mat try protrly of Mtvi .May Clniiuirr LHJKHALK OR ItKNT-A nod tioiuw with I. t- rooniH . conveniently nrrHliK-d ..! I mcjufii ni-itr wm um iiiiniiirM purl of Hih cily. iwia-uiais riiiuirr oi , r. uygrr. lJTIill KM it HA I.K--IIOUHI and lulu, price $iVA. I0O Pitiaucc in mommy a) ninm. It. 11. Vt IXUHAM, FOK MALE Several I evidence, cheap. In mire tit it. 11. Vlul,-r A. i'u I'lHl HAI.K-Scratch Tablet In all lc. at timumce. lif Volt HA LK a lot in good location. Purlieu lam at tbU ofiice t(7lf VOlt KALE An order for a new Aincrle Hewinx Machine. Inquire at thUonU-e. 1jOKHALK I ,0k cord 4 ot wood. Inquire of W. 8. Wise. tf VOKSALE-t id paper, for Hale at thl office i to cen i.i r numiieil or a cent per uoz- en. If F I . ' VOIt KENT South more room of the t'nlon It Knur. block. Euqulieotli.ll.llluck.il. lock, Alva lrew, IIu.uiich.h eiiiiuililee. lUf VOlt RENT House for rent near center of City. Enquire at rulteiNou' llarn. iw. VOK KENT Dwelling Horn-en, Inquire of iltidtf w. it. mhakkh. F OK Kent-Two rooms l.y 1. II. Wheeler & Co. "T ANT Kl-Informal lou H to thn w herea ' ' houta of Joseph Klylhe bv hi niece KllJ nbeth Thomas who lauded ul N J7t. ' Kend to S. Hheiiemao. Sec'v of IiuiiiiL'mtloii r.iMChemnutSt., fhlladelphla, I'eiui. WASTKI),-Information of the whereabouts Of Willis .1. t'OIlL'cr. Uhl) UM in I'liUIU. mouth a year nun. Any one knowing of his present location will confer a favor by vending his address to Mrs. Harah E. Conner. Went flattuburt;, N. V. dLiilf U'ANTHD-Two blacksmiths and a blaek Hinit h llclniT sit Si-I.ii..lll..i.,... ui..... v.,11 ! - - - .j ..... ....... ... . , i i . r . UrA.aKD- John llauer has bounht the Stolil- man place. cornel of Tth and ine. und Is prepared lo accoiajMoil it e the public in the way.f boarding ai'U lo luinj; by the week or mouth. .oiii l I O.ST A ?old K. of I. pin. The finder will ha - suitably lewurdrd bv leavi IILr till M:i III. Rl this ofiice. nut TOLM) a gold and Jet breast pjn, the ow ner - can have the same by proving property and pay iiiK lor this notice. VOUND On Main Street a pair of eye Kla-sseH 111 case, owner can iret his iironerl v bv i-:.l. liliK at this otllce and paying for this notice. i:tittr Legal Notice. Egbert S. Welden 1 V Vln Dint net Court Hester F, Welden ) of Cat-s County. To Hester F. Welden. non-resident, defend ant : You aru hereby notilied that on the l.r.tli day of August, lsivl, FKbeit S. Welden tiled a petition aguinst you iu the District Court of Cass County. Nebraska, the object and nraver O'e ground that you have wi I the plaintiff without uood eai , ti ye.iri, la8t ,(1U You ui men are 10 ouiaiu a oivoice nom you, on viiiuny abandoned autte for the term years last paU You are required lo answer said petition on or before Moudav. the 2tth day of September, lsn.'s EOKEUT H. WELDEN. rilff. J5y Wi uiON & Stkatton. his Att'ys. &:u Never Give Up. If you are suffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, gen eral debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improve ment that will follow ; you will be in spired with new life ; strength and activity will return ; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will re joice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by J. M. Roberts. G. R. Salisbury, M. D. D. D. S. of Weeping Water, makes a specialty of fine gold filling3 and Cellu loid plates If you are in want of anything in the dentistry be sure and give him a call. The Dr. also keeps on hand a fine as sortment of medicines. He is a grad uate of the university .of the city of New York, and satisfaction guaran teed. lSwlm The World Wants Proof. "The proof of the pudding is the eating there of," and not in chewing the string which tied the bag. There fore, take Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic It cures all blood disorders, torpid liv er, sick headache, costiveness, and all diseases of the urinary organs. The best appetizer and tonic known. Sold by Smith & Black Bros. Fifty cents per bottle. Oct.5,'82 e4 w. Excited Thousands. All over the lhe land are going into ecstasy over Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their unlooked foi recovery by the timely use of this great life saving remedy, causes them to go nearlv wild in its praise. It lsguaran teed to positively cure Severe coughs, colds, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hoarseness loss of voice, or any aneotion of the throat and lunsrs. Trial bottles free at J. M. Roberts' drug store. Large size $1.00. The largest and finest stock of hats ever shown in Plattsmouth. all of the latest styles iu felt and stifis just re ceived at Elson's the only one price clothier. Also a few of the nobbiest suits ever seen. We take pleasure in showing them. 35d6t w21tl Elsou the only one price clothier, leaves for the east next week to buy the finest stock of clothing and pent," furnishing goods ever brought to Platts mouth. 135dCt2lwlt F. S. White has just received a fresb supply of choice, patent, winter wheat Hour, also delivers corn, oats and bran to anv part of the city. 133tf CARPENTERS WANTED. Three or four good workmen wanted at once. Inquire of dHO tG. Claus Breckenfield The Monarch Billiard Hall people keep the best ice cream to be found in the city, also choice lemonade cigars and tobacco. lOStf The largest assortment of saddles in tbc county at J. ix. Chambers Son's. Wl.(?t2 ARTICLES OF INtOUFOJIAI. Of the rialUmonth and Houih Wc Railroad Company Thl Is to cert Ifl y that John fllerld. Mi'ljiiiulilln, Frank 'ttrrMlh. V. Wr kb4cli. O. w. Fairfield. I iiKlilln, riaiik Hrmlh. . II. vhcl , Wrckbacli. O. w. Fairfield. It. IS. W ine II. K. Talnicr. (ieo. M. binith. John Water. Ham. M, I (minium. C. W, Sherman. Win Newell. Fred Oorder, V. II. Fanni-ln. F OuthiiiMn, J. M. I'aftersou. Oeo. E. I'ovoy 'lent. I ico. It. Ulaek, lieo. II. l.lilli fl) Id, . Areud, I.oiiU 1 1 or be I. Win, IUediM4fi. N, OriKK. J E, Mmltli, I', E, llatiu;s. J. N. Conn .(. O. N. WheiiM k. Jucoh hit In. Hi" llaihliie, r d. E. Kldildk'C. J. ltK M Dowel F. Mull, Oeo. CroM, and , W. lianneii, I aH'lMted themselves tuueilmr for Him pur. of forming an Incorporated Itnilioud C"in under lhe Incorporation l.uwaof the Htau NebnuiKa. 'I his Company shall he known fta tlii I'U mouth and noulli WeMern Railroad Comp by which name it hall elt and transact it ness : Its exUluuco ahall he ierietuul. an may sun and he sued. In It corporuto nam may acquire, own aud convey real, pern ami mixed propeity, may contract and be c traded mlthlulla own name may lnuk I use a common cnl w hich It may alter at '' suro ; may do all needful urtn lo cany n feet the objects fur Which It wua created, t It shall have power lo exercise all tho ilylj Iirlvlleifea aud franchise which muv l at oil ed under chapter alxteeu of the compiled b(J Utes of Nebraska, 1 J hi corporation I errafed to lay out. loci' construct, furnish, maintain, opera!" and ei a line of Railroad aud 'Jelcjnaph Willi I ordoume track wiiii audi klde Hack Initio1 oftlees, and depot, a ahall he liecetmuy I tweeu the place of the termini of the road, which la protected to commence i a pi 4 ou the MIouil river at I'luliaiuoiil h. in i f I county, iuieor jeoraKa, ana 10 teooiiiiu ed from "aid point. In a South Wcalcily din lion, through Cum county, by wuy of lhe to4 ot Avoca; IhroiiKli Otoo county, by wuy of f ' town ot hyracuae, through Johnson county, ' way ot i lie town or stcriiiiK, throtiKh (iu couutv. to lhe town of Ileal rlee. through J ferson county by way of halihuiy to a point the Stale line, seiiaiatlnK Kauaa from Sebra. ka, or as near a pracilcuble to these point ; may be demonstrated by a survey, to le imk on the completion of this corora(toit wi the privilege of conMi uelluK branches from tl', main line lo other towns or plucca wlllllj u1 limits f the Slate. . . ii For the purpose or this organization, the fo. owing named persons, slnei oi uicse Vsivl lave been chosen Directors, to hold thlr ' lice until a Hoard of Directors are elcctedlfui the stockholder H hereinafter provided vIa John FllKerald. Frank Cariuth. oilamt Tcirt, R. II. Windham, C. II. J'nniicle, E. I. Kldridifc. iiiom. A.lla. tdne, N. K. Oilcii an ii-o. II. LlttlellelU. ... " . 'l he said Hoard of Directors have chosen Ih following persons as oltl.iers of till eouiiHiui John t itherald I'resldenu Calvin II. I'uimele. Vice 1'iVsldent. ' - j Robert 15. Wind hum. Secretary and ; A. W . McIjicikIiIiii, Treasurer. As soon an one thousand share of aloek alia! n eood faith he subscribed. tbmul leu .i..iii.r er shaie paid Into the treasury of thn coin any. llio present 'resident and Secretary thai ippoinl a lime and place fur the tl'.t meeLIm 1 til in-; piurw riww tn ntiiei HIIU --ftllUJI IflVI notice t hereof, Iu at lcu.il one jiewipajier print ed In the city of I'latUiiuint it, thirty day pre' Vious to the day of ineMlfTii. and sjn h mil. siTibers ahull then and there elect thlrleei director" for said company the dlrecUM ai chosen shall as soon as iuu)t.Lu after tlo irWeo I ion elect from their own no in turn I'roaideni and Ylce-l'rcrddciit and hall uki i-u.i 'treasurer aud Seeretar.. who shall take tin place oi iue present, oiucer now iu-Unu In tin a o m " t v. ... No person shall be cleee,l director In said 'ouipany. unless ho shall he a bona tldi owner ot at least n vcunare of stock llicrclu. 'i he capital stock of this eomiianv 1. 1, n i.. I'en Hundred Thousand Dollars ; Vliich may inrii-irii .ii, limy; hi niir IIIIIJIOII 'UiiKya' w lien (iiitlioil.ctl by ii two-thirds- ote or iTi. stockholders, and the chares Hhall lit inilieddollarseiu.il j whiclJ islcraMe on the books of d'vl, edi nto idiai'CH of one bundled hares shall be trai the company, us the director may provide thiol. nh by-laws, !. .- . .. ... . .. . . . . . nil lun'iiiiim ii. i leu per eein mitiii lit) pay able at the lime of ml:)iik. the subscriptions and the residue thereof hhall he paid In such installments, and at such times and places as may lie reiured by tlie directors of the. com oanv. I ne stockholders may vote In person or bv written proxy, aud may cast one vote for each ahaie they may own or represent. On the first Wednesday of .Mny in every year after the oiKmilul Ion ot this company a board of directors counlniliiK of thirteen member shall be chosen by Inillot, by such of tin; stock holders as Hindi atfuul lor that numosn ell her in person or by proxy i provided thai a nisjoi l ty of the flock is represented, haul director hhall continue iu ollkce dutil their successor are A majority of the hoard of Director. aJiall have power to make iiy'iaws, and alter the same at pleasure, and may truasao all buslnes of the corporation, may appoint Enquirer, Agents and all olliccrs required to aid lu the construction of the Road ; rhall have power to issue Roods after getllug the wrhten consent of two-thirds of tue s ock, otay execute inert gages and deeds of trust, and give as security therefor any property beloiiulnit to the com pany. lhe private property of the stock holders shall not be liable for the debts of the company. j ins company may oe consolidated witn anv other railroad company within orout of the State. 'lhe indebtedness or tills corporation ahall not at any lime exceed two-thirds Is of the ca pi tii I took. lhe principal place oi transacting f lie busi ness ot tne company, snail oe at 1'lattxmoutli, Neh.saska. till chauued bv a vote of the direc tors, and the Mibscilpiiou books of the com pany shall be opened at this place by pen-one designated by the signer of these articles. alter giving 30 days notice by publication, next pre- ceeaing tne time ox opening me doors una iliev niav be closed and re -opened as the di rectors may deem expedient. The time oi oeKiiining tne cor Dora! e nower of this company and Its liability thereunder, win De ii oiu aim aner me cm day oi M&y. Signed this 24th day ot April, 1883. John Fitzgerald, ll. II. Black, Frank Carrulh, Joseph V. Weckbach, R. R. Windham. Ijeo, H. Smith. Sam. M, Chapman, Win. II. Newell, V. H. Farmele, J. M. I'atterson, Orlando Tent, J. H. Arned. Win. Reck man. J. K. Smith. J.N. MeConnell. Jai'ob Klein, Ed. E. Eldrege, ;. F. stun. G. Hansen. A. W. McLaughlin, Daniel H. Wheeler. Oeo. W. Fairfield II. E. I'almer. John Waterman, C. W. Sherman, Fred t.oruer. F. R. (authniann, Geo. E. Dovey, Geo II. I ittlelield, Ixiuls iioebel, N. K. Origgs. F E. Hastings. O. N. Whello. k. Thomas Harblne, I. li. McDowell, Geo. Cross, STATE OF NEBRASKA, I . On this2Rh day of April. iHh3. before me IS. Ii. Windham. Notary t iiblic.dulvcouimissioiied and qualified for and residing hi said County, personally came Jonn r iigeraia, i. u. lilack, A. W. McLaughlin, Frank Carruth, Daniel II. Wheeler, Joseph V. Weckbach, Geo. W. Fair field, J. E. I'almer, Geo. H. Smith John Wat erman. 8am. M. Cbapinan. C. W. Sherman, W. II. Newell. Fred Gorder. C. II. Farmeie. F. R. (iuthinatin, J. M. Fatteison, Geo. E. Dovey, O. lent, personally to ine Known to oe me identi cal persons whose names aie aflixed to the above instrument, and acknowledged the ex ecution of the same to be their voluntary act and deed. Witness my hand and Notarial Seal, the day , A . and vear la-t above w rltten. 8KAL i signea. , u. wi?ijiiam, Notary I'ubllc, in and for Cass County. Nebraska, KTATE OF NEBRASKA, I,. Cass Uoi'sir. ,, On the 2Tth day of April. Ijrs.'i, before me Ja. S. Mathews, a Notary public, duly commission ed and rpialitied for aud residing in said county, pernonally came K. Ii, Windham, to me known to be the identical person whose name ifl affixed to the above instrument, and acknowl edged the execution of the eauie to be his vol untary act and deed. Witness my hand and Notarial Seal, the day . s . and year above written. JsealV Signed, -JAS. S. MATHEWS. . Notary I'ublic. STATE OF NEBRASKA, I Otok COt'NTV. f ' On this 3d day of May. 1K8.-J. before me W. E. Page, a Notary I'ublic, duly commissioned and appointed for and residingln Jtoe County, per sonally came Geo. H Littlefield, J. II. Arend, lx)uis Hoebel. Wm. Beekman, to ine persoolly known to be the Identical person whose names are aflixed to the foregoing articled Incorpora tion, and ackno ledged the execution of the same to be their voluntary act and deeo. Witness my hand and Notarial seal, this 3d , , dar of My. 163. Notary Public. ' STATE OF NEBRASKA, Gaok Coua'xv. ( On this 4th day of May, 183, before me the undersigned, a Notary Public, in and for said county, personally came S. K. Griggs, J. E, Smith. P. E. Hastings. .I.E. MeConnell. O.N. Wheellock and.Iacob Klein. who are well known to be the Identical persons who signed the fore golng instrument, and they acknowledge h same to be their volu .tary act and deed. Given under my hand and Notarial seal : C ' , 4th day of May.l8s3. seal Signed, Ill'GII J. DOP.B3 1 v 1 Notary Public. STATE OF NEBRASKA, I . JEFFERSON COCWTV. I " On thi 4th day of May. A. D. ls.1, before me Benjamin L. I'urdy. a Notary rubllc. duly com missioned and qualified, for Jefferaon county. Nebraska, personally came Thomas Harbine. Ed E. Eldridee. John B. McDowell. C. F. Stuil, Geo. Cross and li. W. Hansen, who ara well known tome, to be the identical persons who signed the foregoing instrument, and they ac knowledged the same to be their voluntary act and deed. , Given under my hand and NoVaral Seal thl , ' , 4th day of May. 183. bkalV Signed, BNJ. L. PCRDV. Xotao PublfC.