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W.ATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY EV ENING, APRIL lO, 1881).
I.DWJK No. U, 1. O. O. K. -Meets
'every Tueiolay evening of esicli week. All
transient brothers are respectfully invited to
11LATTMOU ril KNCAM I'M KNT No. 3. I. ().
O. K.. meet every alternn'e Frtdar In
each iiiontli In the M;ionl; Hall. Vis it 11114
Hrolhers are luvitel to attend.
mitlO LOIMSK NO. 81. A. ). U. W. .MeeU
every alternate Frtd:iy evening at K. of 1.
all. Transient brother are respectfully I11
Ited toatlend. K. P. ISrown, .M;tster ork-
man II. K-iiiter, Foreman ; K. l. Steimker
Overseer; W. II. Mill, r, Finaneier ; li. K.
llouseworth. Recorder : F. J. Moilmh. Kecelv-
er; win. trenail. iutte : win. l.udwtj;, lu.side
oiaicii : 1.. !-. 11, uuUide Watci.
VKI5KASKA CIIAI'TKK. NO. 3, It. A. M.
Meet seeond and fourth Tuesday of eaeh
mouth at MacouV Hall. Trauscieiit brollieis
a liff...l ... ........ u.ii. ....
k.v a u . v. m nici b n 1111 it -y .
tr. k. wiiitk, 11. p.
Wm. I vh. Secretin y.
ri.ATr-Moi;TM lim;k no.b. a. k. a a.m.
Meet on tli I. r-t and third Monday of
A .... I . I . .. .I.... - I. ..II All I 1. ......
av. 1 1 afiii.ii i uirii iiikii. sill iiiii 11. ilium
er are cordially Incited to mi-et with iih.
J. ii. KlCIIKV, W. M.
Wm. Hat. Secretary.
ias:h cam I' no. modkkn wooomkn
or Amerlc.'l Meets second and fourt h M011
day evening at K. of I. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with 11. I.. A,
Itewcomer. ei.eraMM ijonsul ; . r. TSile
Worthy Advi.-.er ; H. C. Wilde, Hanker; V. A.
ILATTSMOUTH UHUiE NO. . A. O. U. V.
Mwt ev-ry alt"ruate Friday eveiilni? at
Kockwood hall at ho'cIock. All transient broth
era are respectfully Invited to attend. 1.. S.
Larson. M. V.'.; F. lloy.l, I 01 email : S. C.
Wilde. Ueeorder ; Leonard Andersju. Overseer.
C1ASS(TOUNt:lLNO. lcji, KOYAL KCANUM
meeti the wec;nd and fourth Mondays of
each mout.i at Arcanum Hall.
It. N. (iLKXN. Urgent.
P. C. Mi suit. Secretary.
HT. ZION COM MA N OA IiY. NO. 5. K. T.
MeetM first and third Wednesday night of
each month at M iviii'i hall. Visiting brother
tire cordially iuviu-d to meet with 11.
Wm. Hays. itec. F. E. Wiiitk, E. V.
P L ATTS 17! O U TM BOARD OF TRADE
I'resldent Kobt. It Windham
1st Viw I'ri-sid.Mit A. 15. Ttdd
2nd View l'p.-sideut W in Nevill.
Secretary . Herrmann
Treasurer V. K. !ut!nuau
J. C. Kirliv. K. K. Wiiitk, J. C. I'atterson,
J. A. Cuiiii'T, I'.. L.-on, c. W. S!ienna:i, t". (bor
der, J. V. '.Veckba !i.
PJlcSO.-illllE POST 43 C. A. R.
M. A. IUrKinv 'orima:ider.
Rkvi. Hkmim.k S-iMor Vice
8. t'AiiRfJ an hinur " "
lr. Mi.-s Adjutant.
A. Shii-m k .v S ir.
ILzvkv rirKi'.itJJiT V, M.
a. Taiisi-h ojjjeerof the Hay.
Jam us Hi. lis;.:; " " "
Andfrwiv F:v.. .. Quarter Master Srrnt.
L. CCc-ktm lMt Chidaia
Meeting Saturday evt'inn
Tli is season we show a much larger stock of
Wall 1'afek than ever before. AVehave every
thing from cheap Brown blank to the
EMBOSSED GILTS INGRAINS i FLUTTERS.
You cannot find a larger or more complete
stock outside the larger cities. And our prices are
lower. We would call special attention to our
BORDERS AND DECORATIONS,
We buy of the four leading manufacturers and
by selecting the best from each, believe we are
better prepared to please you than those whose
trade will only justify their buying from one or
two manufacturers. We will take pleasure in
showing you our samples and request you to call
and see our stock and prices befjre you buy
Wall Paper or
We now have twenty-three very desirable
shades ol Mixed Paints manufactured by Bill
ings Taylor & Co, of Cleveland and Hew York.
These paints we have handled for four years and
while other dealers are changing from year to
vcar, we find it to our interest to handle the same
oods as they are the best and have given uni
versal satisfaction. We guarantee that they will
not crack, Hake or chalk olf, that they will wear
as long, if not longer, v;ill look as well if not bet
ter than any other paint, 01 lead and oil. We will
forfeit the value of the paints and the cost of
applying it, if these paints are not found to be as
repiesonted. Mixed Paint at our price, f1.50
per gallon ) is cheaper than lead and oil at present
prices and we believe it much better, but to those
that desire to use lead and oil we would say we
have nothing but the very best, and our prices
will always be found as low as first class goods
can be sold for. Hoping to be favored with
your orders, we are Yours Kcspcctfully,
"WILL I WARRICK,
Drugs, Medicines, Books,
NORTH SIDE MAIN STREET.
This powder never varies. A nuirvel of pur
ity, strencth and wholexomeness. More econo
mical tiMii the ordinary kimU, and cannot be
Hold In compel it ion with the inultit tide of low
test, sh irt weiuht alum or phoHphate powders.
StUl onlij In can. KllVAL l?AkIN l'OWUKK
L-O.. IM Wall &t. JS. Y.
Deputy Treasurer, -Olerk.
Kecorder of Deeds -Deputy
Clerk of District Court,
siipt. of Tub. Schools,
I. A. CAMPBELL.
- Fhamk Dickson
W. H. 1'ool
JOHN M. LB YD A
W. C. HHOWALTKR
J. C. ElKKNHAKY
II. C. M'H.MIDT
BOARD OF SUPEltVISOHS.
.V.. Todd. ... l'lattsmouth
Louis Koltz. - Weeping Water
. it. ni Ksoy, 111 m, - - Kiinwooa
W K Fox
Jamk.4 Patterson, jr,
- By'kon Clark
- A Madolk
1. II. Dunk
ouncilmen, 1st ward,
i J V Wkckbach
1 A Salisbury
S ) M Jonks
I ItK. A SllIPMAX
S M B Murphy
S W DUTTON
j Con O'Connor.
V MoCallkn. Prf.s
j D II II
;j w Johns n, Chairman
Board Pub. Work s
Paints and Wall Paper,
ALL A HOAX.
Report of the Asslnation of ex
President Cleveland Stirs
Last niht the operator at the depot
caugbt the news being flashed over the
wirti that ex-President Cleveland had
been assinated by a negro, while on the
cart enrout from Philadelphia to New
York City. The particulars being that
after leaving Philadelphia a negre en
tered the car of Cleveland and opened
fire on hi 111. shooting six bullets into hi in
causing instant death, and that the negro
was arrested and jailed at New York
and thousands stood before the jtil ex
cited to a lynching mob. This morning
the news spread oyer town, knots of men
gathered on the street and discussed the
matter, and when the Omaha papers
came the delivery boys could hardly get
to their customers for the forced sales
they had to make, and in a short time
eyery newsboy had left the street, with
plenty of change and no papers. The
mea who bought papers looked them
over for a thilliug account of the "black
est crime ever perpetrated on the face of
America," but it wasn't there, and the
pitch of the mind refused to accept the
general news as interesting matter, and
the paper was folded up and put in an
inside pocket, while those who laid for
him to read the news from his paper,
and had crowded around him, split away
and told about how they knew it was a
joke, and those who were honest enough
to acknowledge they were deceived, said
they were glad, and used forcible lan
guage in denouncing the perpetrator of
the canard of 1839. About this time
special telegrams arrived from authority
at Omaha stating it was a false report
and had no foundation.
Since morning all kinds of conjectures
have been made as to the probable source
and object of the telegram. Some com
pare it to the telegram several years ago
1. 1. . 11 1 ii
wuicu caitea ine teiegrapn operators to a
strike and read "Grant is Dead," and are
looking for some similar event to hap
pen. Others think it is a great specula
tion signal for dealers in stocks, and
again, some say it is a comtcptible can-
rd. Whatever the object of its
originator was, there is a feeling of
great satisfaction that there was no liter
al meaning to the telegram.
A Disappointed Lecturer
The great lecturer of Iowa, Col. San-
ford, of Marshaltown, wr.s in the city
ast night with his wife, though not alto
gether in accordance with his wishes.
Though Mr. Sanford haj travesred the
globe five times, there is still room to
make a mistake in traveling. ' He left
Washington, KaD8., yesterday morning
for Council Bluffs, and got in Omaha
ast night on the B. & M. passenger train
from the west, but through a misunder
standing he stayed on the train expecting
to be landed across the river. After it
was too late and he was on his way to
lattsmoutb, he enquired as to hotel ac
commodations, and learned that his old
friend T. W. Riddle was in that business
here, and came on to be his guest. Mr.
Riddle was in for giving Plattsmouth
the benefit of his friend's knowledge of
foreign lands and Col. Sanford agreed to
remain and lecture at the opera house to
night, but this morning the news of the
assinution of Ex-President Cleveland so
disheartened him he concluded to con
tinue on his hi3 way to Marshaltown,
whither he is returning from a tour
abroad, and left for Omaha on the first
The C A- R. Camp.
The camp at the O. A. R. hall last
night celebrating the surrender of Lee
at Appamattox was attended by a large
number of people, young and old, who
were highly entertained. Addresses
were made by Judge S. M. Chapman, -S.
P. Vanatta, and John Q. Goss, of Belle
yue. Instrumental music was furnished
by Miss Steimker. The camp Woke up
with supper served by the W. R. C, and
many anecdotes of the ''old vets" were
enjoyed by the knot of listeners gathered
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Louchridge. of Murray, April 9th,
by Rev. Geo R. Murray, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, Mr. John Doughty
of Pittsburg Penn., to Miss Lizzie, eldest
daughter of Mr. Wm. Lindsey of
Factory ville, Cass county, Nebraska.
Y. W. C T. U.
There will be a business meeting of the
'Ts" at Miss Cranmer's rooms, tomor
row at 4 p. m.
Alick Wilson, Pres.
Olive Gash, Sec'y.
NO SMOKE OR SMELL
To the new COAL OIL Stove
jugt recelvedat Jobnnon Bros.
Call and M?e tliem. They will
not explode. .
Grandma Wood who has been sick, is
II. Baker of Cedar Creek, visited at
Coon Vallery shelled corn for Samuel
Richardson last Thursday.
8 itnuel Barker purchased a carload of
cattle of Wm. Wetsncamp.
We are sorry to hear thtt Geo. Ruby
lost one of his best horses.
John and Daniel Kiser are all smiles,
cause the arrival of girl babies at their
Lewis Barker and wife attended the
Y. M. C. A. last week and enjoyed a
Several couples of young people in
dulged in a boutride on one of M. L.
Propst fiue fish ponds Sunday, evening.
Eldt - Boswt 11 (colored) of Plattsmouth
preached to a full house, at this place
Sunday March 31st, both morning and
Mrs. Wm. Mutz of Pender, this ute,
is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Johlni'i Murray and will return home
Walter Propst is getting to be an ex
pert at shooting geese, as he killed three
out of one nock last week and sevtra
Hayseed & Co., deny the charge of
nnssinf thrniich that nnnular nl&ce
Eight Mile Grove The Co., thinks there
is no attraction in that direction.
A young man of this vicinity was un
fortunate enough to lose a package o
love letters which were found and thei
contents were very interesting. "Oh how
ftiinrliv r-linnl mi (inrini'od lit till
nlace last Sundav. with Mr. Votis as
superintendent,r.nd will meet next Sun
dav at 2 p. m. Everybody is cordialli
invited to attend. Hatsked & Co.
Eight M I lo C rove.
Mr. Samuel Barker, bought Mr. Walter
Vallery s cattle last week.
Mrs. Snell of Plattsmouth, is visiting
relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Draper called on her daughter.
Mrs. James Jenkins, Sunday evening.
Mr. Ross Morrow s hired man got
tired of work and quit him last week.
Mr James Patterson has gone to
Omaha to visit relatives and take in the
sight of the city.
Mrs. Walter Jenkins and daughter have
for the past few days, been quite ill, but
Business is lively and everything bids
fair for a bsom that was never before
boomed in this place.
Mr. Samuel Draper and Mr. Marshall.
both of At-hland, were in the Grove last
week on a matter of business.
Mr. Ross Morrow purrhased, a few
days ago, two brood sows of Mr. Walter
Vallery fur which he payed $31.
Mr. Abel Crabtree, of Three Groves,
after visiting with his daughter a short
time, has gone to spend a few days with
his sons, living near Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wagoner's little
baby died on the 25 of March and the
remains were interred on the day fol
lowing in the Rock Creek cemetery.
Mr. Swoap Wills will move his house
from its present location to the north
east corner of his farm, where he will
have plenty of water and other con
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Smith were ctrte
badly excited Sunday evening, thinking
their little cirl's arm was broken, but up
on examination by Dr. Miller, wa pro
nounced only a dislocation of the wrist.
We m e glad the accident was no worse.
Our champion egg eater is getting as
fat as a mutch. He prefers them in their
raw state but once in a while he gets
1789. April 30 1889.
Rav. J. G. Taite. of Shrlton, Neb ,
who will be remembered by those who
attended Young M-jn's Republican Club
anquet of 1883, as an eloquent and
pleasing speaker, has accepted an invita
tion to be present and reply to a toast, at
the Washington reception ana banquet.
at Watermn's opera house Tuesday tveu-
ing, April 30.
' Meeting of Ladios.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are requested to meet at the
church Thursday, April 11th, at 3 o clock
ra. A full attendance is urged as it is
desired to complete arrangements for the
Washington Inaugural entertainment at
Mrs. J. P. Youxg, Pres, L. A. 8.
Olivb Jonbs, Sec'y.
At Weckbach's Millinery Dep't-
AVe have the lamest and finest
assortment of ladies' and children's
hats in the city.
(Jail early and select yonr Jas
Infant's white lace caps from 35
cents upward. Prices sure to
suit. Joseph V. Weckbacii.
Grand openiag of spring and sum
mer goods at Moore & Studebaker's April
11 and 12. Finest line of patterns and
trimmed goods ever brought to Platts
mouth. Ladies of Plattsmouth and
vicinity are cordially invited to call and
examine our goods and get our prices.
Plenty of feed, flour, graham and
meal at Ileisel's mill, tf
Ever seen in Plattsmouth. Everybody pleased with our Exhibition.
It was the universal expression of everyone that examined our Suits
that they were Cut Gracefully
11 Mi id
No one desires to have Tailor-Made Garments who has fitted on one
of our Suits.
OUR HONEST ENDEAVORS
are to sell only the Best Clothing. The Confidence of all. classes al
ready gained is a Feather in our Business Cup that will continue to
wave gracefully in the balmy days of the present Spring. Remember
any prices quoted to you in
The Leading Clothiers, - 5tl. & Main St.
To amend Sf-c. No. 2 of an Ordinance entitled.
"An ordinance to establish and extend the
Fire Limits in the City of I'lan-nioiitli, Neb
raska. " passed and approved May 9th, A. 1).
187, and to repeal said Section No. 2.
Be it ordained bv the Mavor and Council of
the city of Plattsmotitli :
hhc. l. lliatsec. Jdo. 2 f an Ordinarce en
titled. "An Ordinance to establish and extend
the firs limits in the City uf Hlattsiimutli. Neb."
parsed and approved May 9th. 1887. be and the
same i hereby amended and made lo read a
Ssc. 2. That within the limits described in
Section 1 of this ordinance any person desiring
to co struct, build or remove from one part or
paid fire limit to snot her any buildins; now con-
sfucied and standing therein, shall tlr-t file
witn tne Uliairiniii ot the Hoard ot Public
works :t request for a permit to so construct
build or remove any building, and chull alxo
present a general outline of the plan and spec
ifications of what said building is to be. tooth
er with the descripiioii of the lot or lots which
the applicant intends to occupy, and thereupon
tne saul Chairman of the Uoard ol i'uniic
Works may issue a permit to said applicant to
build, construct or remove said buil ling ; Pro
videded no such permit shall be insued except
for building which after being so built, erected
or removed ana re-located shall li ve outer
walls composed "f stone, brick and mortar or
other non-com -uistible material which sh 11 be
fire-nroof : and provided further ti at the roofs
ol buii ling- removed and re located under thrf
provisions ot this section snail be covered on
the outside surface with fireproof materials in
all c-ises. Provided further that the chairman
of the Board of Public Works, before issuing
mich permit, shall require a bond from the ap
plicant in such sum ait-t with security bv mm
to be approved, condition forthesai improve
ment to oe a"corauiK to saiu i.iaiis a o specin-
tion-. Provided further, that the foregoing
conditions of ttlis ordinance shall be limited to
the eo-ifh half of blocks, number 32, ii. 3t. 'Si
uidSQof the citv of Plittsiuout h. ariioinini;
Pearl street and north of Mocks 27. 2 2a 30 aid
adjoining Vine street mid In all other p'aces
w thin i he fire Uni ts of sh'vI city the walls
shall be hnilt of stoiui, r b-ick, r both, and
shall not be lees tha'i eiht Inches in thickness."
Sc;. 2. That said origin -tl Sr-c. No. 2 of an
ordinance entitled n ordinance to establish
and extend the tire limits i.i the city of PlatU-
mo'ith'' as parsed and approved May Sth 18s"
be and th rsama is hereby repa-iled.
nec 3. l nis uraliMnce shall be in lorce and
take effect from and after its passage nd ap
proval. rassei ana approved April s, a. u., is-ss.
fSKAt.1 F. M. Kk hkv. Mayer.
attest : W. K. Fox. City Clerk.
Declaring the tree on 'ain street In front of
lot 7. block 30. of the City of Plattsmouth, a
nuisance. ud ordering the same re r.ove i.
B it ordaired by tlii Mayor and Council of
the City r Plattsmouth :
Seo. I. Th it the trees now tandinir in front
of lot 7 of Block 30 on Main street, be and they
are hereby declared to be a nuisance and here
by ordered removed.
skc. z. mat nine owners there if no not
remove thesn'd tres after due notice, bv mail
if personal sei vice cannot be bad. within ten
days froia and after this Ordinance be in force
that the citv street commissioners i-emove the
said trees and that tl',e wt thereof be assessed
against sa.Q property.
ec. 3. i n s ordinance sha I be In force a-d
take effect from and a' ter it passage, approval
Passed and approved April P'li. A. D. 1S89.
fsEAfl F. M. K it'll ky. Mayor
Attest : W. K. Fox. City C!erk.
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Giving Him a Cil
Plattsmoutli - .Neh
anything in our Line of goods.
MANUFACTDKEIl OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALEK IN TIIK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL, LINE OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 20, 18W.
S7ii to Q' "rt A MONTH can be made
I J Lit i5-fJ woiKiiu; lor us. Agents
preferred who can furnish a horse and u've
iheir whole time to the business. Spare mom .
ent- limy be profitably employed siNo. A few
vacancies in towns and cin.-s. 1$. F. JOHN
SON & CO..10f.:Min-st.. Richmond. Va.
A'. It. lMlie cmib!id als't. Xtrtr mind
about utmliiiQ xlip for rtjily. Home quick.
Yuurx for biz, IS. i'. J , Sc Co
R. B. Wi.vdham, John a. Davik,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
W X l II A.tl KAVIKW,
Jlttomoys - at - Zar77.
OSce over Buk of Ca--s County.
vi vrrsiiocTH, - Nebrarka
Dr. C- A. Mar shall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specialty. Auesthetics given for Pain
less Filling ok Extraction of Teetit.
Artificial teeth matle on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FiTzamtvLD's Blcx. P t at rs mouth. Nkb
WM. IV. BROWNE,
P rsonal attention to all Busir.ee Entrust
to my care.
XOTABY IX OKPCCTE.'
Titles Examined. Abstains 'omplId, In
surance Written, Keal Kstai Hold.
Better Facilities. Iw maklsi; Farm Loans tfc&o
Any Qtker Agency
Plattsmouth, - Nebraska
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