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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1889)
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My Entire stock of Boots, Shoes, Rubbers and SlipPers
Must Be Sold By April 1st. Whoever Wants to Buy Cheap Come. Now isthe3Time.
I thank the Tublic tor their past generous patronage, and will be pleased to see all my old customers and others to avail themselves of this rare opportunity of Cheap XJood.
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All those knowin.' themselves indebted to me must come and settle by April 1st, as all my accounts will be placed in the collector's hand, and coats added.
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C1A3S MIDOK No. 146. 1. O. M. r.-Meeii
every Tuesday evening ol each wrek. All
tranilcnt brothers are respectfully invited to
1JLATTMOUTII ESOAM I'MKNT No. S. I. O.
O. K.. meets every alternate Friday in
eaoh month lo the Masonic Hall. Visiting
Brothers are Invited to attend.
TKIO LODGE NO. 81. A. O. U. W. Meet
every allernai:- Friday evening at K. of 1.
all. Transient brother are respectfully tu
tted to attend. F. P. Brown, Master w ork
man U. JC-inster. Foreman ; V. ll.Stelmker
Overseer; W. II. M:lh-r, Financier; . F.
nonneworih. Recorder ; F. J Morgan, Receiv
er; Wm. Crehan. Gul-ie : Wiii. l.udwig. Inside
Watch : L. Obeii, Outside Watcti.
NEBRASKA CHAPTER. NO. 3, R. A. M.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Mason's Mall. Transclent brothers
are Invited to meet with us.
K. E. Whitk, H. P.
Wi. nv. Secretary-
PLATTSMOUTn LODGE NO. 6. A. K. A A. M.
Meets on the first and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
era are cordially Invited to meet with us.
J. U. HiCHzr, W. M.
Wm. Mats. Secretary.
CASS CAMP NO. 332. MODERN WOODMEN
of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brothers are requested to meet with us. L. A,
Newcomer. Venerable Consul ; O. K, Niles
Worthy Adviser; 8. C. Wilde. Banker; W. A.
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
PEAtEB IN THE
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 26. 1885.
Our First Spring Surprise !
With New Goods at
The One Price CMuir
Men's and Youths' Suits, $1.95, $7.85, 10.00.
For Business, 12.50, 15.00, $10.50.
Boys' Long Pant Suits to 18 years, 2.95, 3.45, $5.45 to $13.50.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits, $1.45, 1.95, $2.45, $3.45, $5, $6, 7.
Boys' Inee Pants 35 cts., 50 ots., 75 cts., $1,
Men's Merino Underwear 25 cents to 2.50 a suit.
"Calf Shoes $1.20 to $5.00 a pair,
Men's Latest Siyies of Stiff Hats from $1.50 to $3.50.
All the Latest Styles In .
Shirts and Neckwear.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
It, strength and wholesomeness. More econo
mical tnan the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
sold in competition with the multitude of low
tent, short weight alum or phosphate powders.
M only in eaiis. Royal, Baking Powdkb
Co.. 106 Wall St. N. Y .
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Jaxks Pattebsox, jr.
- By kon Clabk
- A Madoli
- S CLIFFORD
I. H. DCXN
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Councllmen. 1st ward. J- Ji AiiSBuai
i D M JONKS
I Dr. A Shipmax
I COX O'CONNOB.
I P McCallkx. PltES
I J W Johnson .Chairman
Board Pub. Work i- Frkd Gomdrk
t D II Hawks Worth
for Your Trade,
L'fjATTSMOUTlI, NEBRASKA, MONDAY EVENING, MAKCH
OCT Uaa IdsT JLg4 Z4 - lJ
Will Shoot Onr Ten Miles.
A St. Louis shoemaker named Castof
Las applied for a patent on a remarkable
gun. Tho inventor will not display tho
affair itself, as he believes it to be "the
coming gun," but from the drawings and
obscure description offered by tbe owner
a vague idea can be gleaned.
The gun is a smooth bore, very similar
to a Martini-Henry rifle, and hammer
less. On the left hand side of the breech
block is a magazine containing cartridges
so arranged that on firing the recoil of
the charge opens the breech, at which a
spring presses a fresh cartridge into
But the peculiarity lies in the cartridge
and the rear end of it. A very light
charge suffices to start it.
After it lias gone but a few rods the
extreme rear one of a series of secondaKy
charges explodes,, giving the missile re
newed impetus. These explosions are
continued until the series is exhausted
or the projectile has reached its object.
The advantages claimed for this odd
weapon are that a much lighter gun can
be used and that greater execution can
be wrought, besides getting longer range,
as he claims a bullet can be fired ton
miles, and even further, according to the
number of propelling charges, always
providing that nothing gets in the way.
It requires a 22 inch cartridge for a ten
mile trip, and one-quarter inch addi
tional for each subsequent mile. One
thing that has always been a source of
annoyance to gunners is surmounted by
this, the trajectory.
The projectile, in place of making a
bee line, has heretofore described an arc,
necessitating "raised sights" for long
distance shooting, as the continuous
force of gravity would drag the bullet
downward below a direct line to the tar
get. The inventor claims that his system of
relays, acting as they do as instantaneous
forces, overcome the continuous and
cause the missile to move directly to th
mark. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Fire at Seward.
Seward, Neb., March 2$.' A disas
trous fire occurcd here tonight by which
considerable property was lost. The
conflagration started at 9:30 in tho mill
ing store of S. Hymaa, on the north side
of the square. From that building the
fire coratninicated to TV. II. Ashten A
Co.'s meat market, and then the flames
spread to the building occupied as a
drug store by Burkey & Burkey. When
the alarm of fire was 3iven there was
great excitement among the people in
the opera house, in which a temperance
meeting was being hel4 The crowd
was large and there was a general stam
pede of people who thought the theatre
was on fire. No one was sersously hurt.
The damage is not known, but it is very
heayy. The loss is partially covered by
The Lincoln fire department wis sent
to for help tonight, hut was notified that
te fire was under control just in time to
save the trip.
Chicaqq, JJarch 33. Anarchist Lucy
Parsons was the principal speaker last
night at the Twelfth street Turner hall,
at the celebration of the eighteenth an
niversary of the Paris commune. About
two thousand five hundred people were
present and they exchanged significant
glances when Mrs. Parsons shouted: "We
want a revolution, whether peaceful or
bloody makes no difference. A revolu
tion must come." $he declared that she
bad b.ut one object in life to make
rebels of them all. At an agitation
meeting today an a.narchiat named Cook
worked in this expression; "They have
hung the anarchists, but they don't dare
to hang any more." This met with to
much favor that a motion was made
asking the reporters to make special
mention of it.
I have surveyed the city of Platts
mouth and have promised some of our
citisens to express mv yiew regarding
the'tity and city officials in the form of
a speech, and also bringing to light the
four great boundaries of tbe city which
haye been hidden away from some un
known caqse. My speech will be pub
lished March 27th.
Geo. W. Vass,
Leyylng a special tax a1 " ;
lots within pavistc tflauici isu 1. iu the eit
of flaitH-itoutli. to cover the cost of paving
and curbing Mala slieet. betweeu the east
side of Seventh street and west side ol hec
oud srieei. in said city:
Wmkbkas, It haviiK been, and being here
by adjudKed, determined and entabllshed that
the several lots Hereinafter referred to have
each been specially benefited to the lull
amount herein levied and aasessrd against each
of said lots respectively, by reason of th pav
ing and curbing of that part of Main strest be
tween the east side of Seventh street and the
wet side of Second street.
Chertfort, tfor the purpose of paying the coat
of said paving and curbing
lie it OrdainrA by Vie Mayor and Council of th
City of FUOttnnouth
Sf.cion 1. That the cost of paving and
curbing that part of Main street wlihin paving
district No. 1. iu the city of I'lattsmouth, from
the east side of seventh street to the west side
ot Second street, said cott being the sum of
2'.i,4Sl.G2, be and t he same is hereby levied and
aosebsed in proportion to the feet fiotit along
said paving and curbing" and according to
special benefits by retsou of said paving and
curbing upon tbe following described
IoIh ; said cost being so levied ou said lots re
spectively, as follows, to-wlt :
Elizabeth L. Waterman, lot 7, block 17,. fiST r2
(ie K Uovey.lots. block 27. 47 M
James Jordan and YYui L, lirowne. lot 9,
block .7 487 51
Geore Prouger, lot lo, clock 27, 4a7 52
1'rustees Presbyterian cuuicti. lot 11,
block 27 487 52
Fred Stadelmann, lot 12, block 27, 47 i'l
Johu Fitzgerald lot 7 block 2 4l 2
John Fitzgerald lot 8 block 24 401 U2
II. t. Cooledge lot 9 block 21 491 ri
Peter Merges weft lA lot 10 block 28 2V w
V. V. Leonard east H lot 10 block 2t 245 'M
Klizabeth llerold we?ttt lot U b ock 2S.. 216 9C
Win. Herold east lot U block 28 24.5 9fi
M. D. Polk west H lot 12 block 28 245 98
Amelia Sherwood east lot 12 block 28,, zv 02
liank of Cass Co. west H lot 7, block 29 . . 245 96
J R ox, east H lot 7 block 2d. t45 9C
Emily Lrew west H lot S block 29 245 96
Levi Uoldlng east H lot 8 block 29 245 96
FredStadelinan west lot 0 blot k 2 245 98
C.J. Martin east lot 9 block 29..'.. . 245 96
Lucinda Killings lo.t 10 block 2d yi 92
K. E. Wi.lte west H lot 11 block 89 245 96
Jason Streight eai H lot 11 block 29 (245 96
,vl. D. 1'oik west 20 feet lot 13 block 29 . . 223 60
U. V. Mathews e;it 24 f -et lot 12 block 29 20S 32
ChatlotteA ,V heeler, lot 7, blokst), ... 491 92
County Commissioners, Cass couuty, lot
8 block a 491 92
County Commissioners Cass county, west
H lot 9. block 30 245 Mi
Leli.1 L. Thomas, east Vi of lot 9 block 30 24ft 96
11. E. Palmar, west H lot 10. block ao 245 96
Krrd (ioioer estate, east Y lot 10 blov k 30 245 9c
Fred (iorder west V 1 t 1 i block ?o 245 9j
John Hartman east Vi lot 11 block 30... 345 pfi
Fred Uoos, lot 12 bloek 30 4ul 92
Frederick Krug, lot 4 block 3J 124 19
Phillip Fritxch. north lot a blo.k SI... 124 19
CBdURK Cvi,, Si-4 Lot 5. Block SI.. 124 19
0 B & a K If Co.. Lo' 0, Block 21 97 22
C li & Q It K Co., Lot 7, Block 81 749 6S
Phillip Fritscb, K 21 feet Lot 8 Block Si. 114 SS
Aunut-t Back, 25 feet Lot 8, Block 31.... 13S 02
F H Uuthii:au, Wtt Lot 8. Block 31 8x0 6G
r li liutninan, 24 leet Lot I. Block 31... 130 58
Phillip Brusca. E 21 feet Lot 9, Block 31, tt 48
August Bach. 26 feet Lot 9. Block 31... 77 Sfc
K K Gutuiuan, Wtt Lot B. Block 31 V21 97
F It Uuthuian, 24 feet Lot 9, Block 31.. 75 99
Phillip Frtsch. E 21 feet Lot 10, Blood SI 51 71
August Bach. 25 feet Lot 10. Block 31 37 6s
Heurv Anmon Estate, W'H north 21 feet
Lot 10, Block 31 62 2
F R Guthman. SWH Lot lo. Block 31... $2 20
F K Uuthman. 24 feet Lot 10, Block 31... ii 24
Henry Anilson's Estate, IaM 11, Block SI. 108 5o
C B & Q H K Ce Lot 1, Biock 32 "1
UK&gltK Co.. Lot 2, Block 32
CB&gKU Co., Lot 3, Block 82 Iftaq GO
C B & U K U Co.. Lot 4. lUock 53 J
F It Uuthman, Lot i, P,lock 3 163 50
Frank Gayle, t4 feet next to E 48 feet
Lot 18, Block 32 J5 24
F L Gayle, 22 feet W of Frank Gayle',
Lot It. Block 32 32 04
Allle V Kobeits, E 48 feet Lot 12, Block 31 72 48
F H Guthman, 23 feet oil west end Lot 12
BiocH .32 34 04
OOF. 23 feet Lot 12. Block 32 34 04
Frank Gayle. 24 feet next to K 48 feet
Lot 13, Block 32 is
F L Gayle, 22 leet W of Frank Gayle's
Lot 13. Block 3? so 99
Allie V Roberts. E 48 feet Lot la.Block 82 151 9S
F K Guthman, 2-5 Jaet oBC w.est end Lot
13. Block 2 ." 72 99
I O O F 23 feet Lot 12, Block 32. 71 l
Frank Gayle, 24 feet next to K 48 feet Lot
14, block 31 130 58
F L Oayle. 22 feet W o( Flunk Gayle's
Lot 14, Block 33 119 40
Allie V. Roberts east 48 feet lot 14 block
32 261 16
F. R. Guthman, 23 feet off west end lot H
block 32 J 24 4W
I. O. O. F. 23 feet lot 14 block S3 124 4
Adolph Kotenljiitini east Vi lot 1 block 33 245 an
Hannah Blake, wet !4 lot 1 block 33 225 06
J. C. Peteisen tJfc.Bro.. west lot 3 blocs
Herman Spies east vi lot 2 block 33
Jos. V. Weckbach west lA lot 3 block 33.
Emily Drew east '4 lot 3 block 33
J. V Kgenberger west lot 4 block 33.
Jos. V. Weckbach ea?t i lot4bloci 33.
Williaiu Wetencamp lot 5 block 33 4Si 62
AdolDlius Buscll lot 6 block 33 491 92
John Waterman lot 1 block j 4 -i 92
John Waterman east V lot"2 LliMik 3i ... 245 96
John Fitzgerald wet M lot 2 block 34 245 96
John Fitzgerald east ij lot 3 block 34.... 245 m
J. Gluck west lot 3 block 81 245 Sni
Jonothau Halt and J. W . MartlUs we
"4 lot4 block 34..., , 245 86
Robo Whi'e east V4 lot 4 block 34 2-U
J. II. Wateruan east Vi lot 5 block 34 .. 945 96
Wm. Wetencaiup wet lot 5 bloclc 31... 245 96
Peter- Mum 111 west V l t 6 bl ok 84 245 96
F. D. Lehnhoff east lot 6 block 84 245 96
Frank Carruth east V lot 1 bloek 35 2i5 95
E. P. Rook wood west H lot 1 block 35.... 225 05
Walter White lot 2 block 35 Vo 12
Ira A. Myers east V lot 3 block 35 24fi sti
C. H. Parmele west lA lot 3 block 35 245 93
Alice Pepperberg east yt lt 4 block 35. . 845 96
E. G. Dovey Son west lot 4 block 35 245 96
E Q Dovey Xs Son tot 5 block 35 450 12
A. W. Vhite,2o feet lot 6 block 25 204 (W
lienrv Boeck. 24 feet lot 6 block 35 244 od
John Black north 48 feet lot 1 block & 93.
m. cnurcn cenrer i; lot Clock 3i 227 50
John BlacK north 48 ieet lot a block 36...' 29 99
M church center lot 2 block 36. V-T 50
Jos. H. Hall lot 3 block 36 474 32
R. Livingston lot 4 block 36 , , 47 5i
Frank CarruUiJot 5. block tfi .. 47 32
W. H. Scliildknecht lot d block 36 487 Si
- Section 9. That said specia taxes levl -d
aforesaid on said lot respectively shall be
come delinquent as foUows : One tenth of the
total amount so levied on ench of said lts shall
become delinquent In fifty days from the pass
age and approval of this ord nance, one tenth
in one year, one tenth in two years, one tenth
in three yearn, one tenth In four years, ens
Gil Ullil II
Having Just Returned from the East we are'Daily in Receipt f New
aad Fashioaable made
Which are Perfect i a Pit. Ia
Neckwear and Shirts !
We have the finest grades in the Market. We can thow you
Dunlap, Yeoman and Stetson Hats
In all Colors and Shades, and as to Price, we guarantee to sell you
Goods at Lower Prices than Omaha or any other city can
quo; you. Call on us aad yeu will go
away satisfied. that
YOU CAN BUY BETTER GOODS
Of us for Less money than you have ever seen them. Every Article
Quaranteed as Represented or your money will be refunded.
S. a . EHAYER,
Tho Leading Clothiers, - 5th&Main'St.
tenth In five years, one tenth In six years, one
tenth iu aeveii years, one tenth in eight yetrs.
one tenth iu nine years after said levy, and be
ing lroin tbe passage and approval of thii ordi
nance. Each of said installments, except the
first, shall draw interest at the rate of seven
per oent per annum from the time of the levy
aforesaid until tlis same shall become delin
quent, and after the same shall become delin
quent a penslty of five per cent together with
interest at the rate of one per cent per month
snail be paid upon each delinquent install
ment. Skc. 3. That th entire amount of tax s-
levied and assessed on auy of said lots may
be pad by the owner of auy lot. or the entire
equal pre rat proportion of said tax on any of
shi 1 lots, mar be paid by any person 011 any
part of said lots within fifty days from said
lew. and thereupon such lots or parts of lots
shall be exempt from aay lien or charge there
for. 8m:. 4. That this ordinance shall take effect
and be in foiee from and after its passage.
Passed fond approved February 12. A. 1). 1889.
( attest) K. M. R1CIIEY, Mayer.
W. R. F'x. City Clerk.
The above tax is now due and payable at the
office of the city treasurer, and will become de
linquent m'kI bear interest after April srd. lBt,
as seen in section 2 of the above ordinance.
Notice of City Election.
Notice Is hereby given that oh Tuesday,
Apr 1 2nd. A.L). 1889, an election will be held for
the f allowing eity and school officers st tbe City
of Plattsinouth :
First Ward. One Councilman.
hecond Ward. One Councilman.
Third Ward. One Councilman.
Fourth Ward. On Councilman.
Fifth Ward. Two Cenucilmea. the one receiv
ing the highest number of votes In tbe Fifth
Ward to serve for two years, and tbe one re
ceiving the next httrheat nil nber of votes to
serve t T the tnu of one year.
Tvo iemtera of the SjUool Board for ths
term of three years each.
Said election wi.'l be held at the following
polling it'aces In e eh of said wards :
First Ward at Kecoder's office.
Hecond Ward at 'ass Couuty Iron Works.
Third Ward at office of Richey Bros, lumber
Fourth Ward at Waterman's lumber office.
Fifth Ward at brick school house.
And said polling places will be open at nine
o'clock a. m. of said day, and close at 7 o'clock
p. m. and no longer. m
Dated at Plattsmouth. Teb .Mareh 9. AD.1S39.
F. M . Rich a v. Mayor.
W. K. Fox. City Clerk.
Fine Job Work Cheip at The II an alu.
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics given fwr Pais
LESS FlLLIXO OK ExTBACTIOH OS TlKTH.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Robber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
Ail work warranted. Prices reasonable.
PirzoaaALo's Be ica Pl. vrrsisouTsi. Nis
C. F. S M I T H,
The Boss Tailor
Mala St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
lias the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. Note these prices: Business suits
from $16 to $35, dress suits, $23 to $45.
pants $4, $3, $6, $6.60 and op wards.
Will guaranteed a fit, -
Prices Defy ComDetition.
K. B. Wixdham , Jtuit A. Davis.
Notary Public. - Notary fsbllA
Attorneys - at - X.O.T7.
Ofitce over Bank of CasslCoaary. '
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