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The Plattsmoutb Herald.
FR DAY. MARCH 18. 1892.
HURUNQTON A MISSOURI III V Kit It. It.
V TIME TAFI.E.y
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
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'clock f r iih.Ii a und will acci.nmu'date pas
sengrr. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Mo. 3M Acoomodatln leaves.
Trains dally except unriay
, . 4 .80 p. III.
A. N. SULLIVAN.
Attorney at-Law. VMM giv prompt attentloi
all ouKlnemt entrusted to him. Office ID
Vn on block. Kant Hid. Plattsmouth, Nb
KlnGHT8 OK PYTHIAN tiauntlet L"dR'
mo. 47 Meet- every Wednesday e'enK
at tbeir h II In Parinele Craig block. All vis
HiD knights are cordially invited to attend
M. H. Urifntb. V. C. t tl Oovey, K. K. 8.
U. W. No. M Meets second and tourtn
Wwl a v vffinir In the montn ai t. A . n.
all in Koekwood block.
il. Vondran. M W.
1. P. brown, Recorder.
CASS LODGE, No. 14A.I.O. O. P. meets ev
ry Tuesday night at tbeir hall in Fitzgerald
lock. All Odd Kellowe are cordially In vited
to attend when vlnltlt.fi in the city. Chris Pet
tnen, N. G. ;8. F.Ovbora, Secretary.
DOTAL ARUANAM Cass Coi ncll No 1021.
V Meet at the K, of I hall in thn Parmele &
Crig block over Benneit & Tutts, vlslring
brethren Invited Henry
Thos Walling, secretary.
AO. C. VV..8. Meets first and third Friday
evM-ilnes of earn mouth atO. A K. Hall
ta Rock woo k block
Frank Vermllyea. M, W.
fAEGKEE OF HON R. meets second and
fourth Thursdays of each nonth In I.O.
O. F hall in Fitzgerald bl ck. Mrs. V. Boyd.
Lady of Honor ; Belle Yerniytea. recorder.
GA. R.McConlhle Fost No. 45 me-ts every
Sstur sy evomne at 7 : 30 In heir Hall in
Rock wood block All visiting comrades are
ordlally invited to et with us. Fred Kates.
Post Adjniant ; G. F. Niles. Fo' Commadder.
RD"R OF THE WORLD. Meets at 7 : 3
every Monnav evening at the Grand Army
ball. A. F. Groom, president, Tbos Walling,
-A8- CAMP No. 332 M. W. A. meets every
second and Fourth Monday evenings la
Fitzgerald hall. Visiting neighbors welcome.
P.O. Hansen, V. C. : P. Wertenbertrer, W. A..
8. C. Wilde. Clerk.
"APTAIN H E PALMER CAMP NO 6t
Sons of Veterans, division of Nebraska. U
8. A. meet -very Tuesday night at 7 -30 o'clck
in their hall in Fitieerald b ock. All son and
visiting comrades are cordially invited to meet
with us J. J. Kurtz. Commander ; B. A. 'c
Elwaln. let Heat gent.
DAUGHTERS OK KEBEOTA Bud of Prom
t e Lodge No. 40 meets the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each month in
the I; O. O. r . hlL Mrs. T. K. Williams. N
ti. ; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary.
troUNO MEN'S CHRISTION -SOCIATION
X Waterman block Main Street. Rooms
open from 8 JO a m to 9 :30 p m . For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday afternoon at 4
rjEGKEE OK HONOR Eeets the first
and third Thrursday evenings of eacb
month in I. O. O. F. hall. Fitzgerald block.
Mr. Addie Smith, Worthy Sister of Honor
.irs. Aanme liurkel, sister secretary.
- PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Catholic St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Carney. Pastor
Services: Viss at s and 10 :30 a. m . Sunday
School at 2 UU), with oeneaiction;
Obbistian. Corner Locust and Eighth Sts.
Services morning and evening. Elder A.
Galloway pastor. Sunday School 10 A. if .
BrisooFAU. St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Rev. H B. Burgess, pastor. Ser
vices : 11 a. m . and 7 JOr.M. 8unday School
St 2 'JO F. M.
Gkrman Methodist. corner Sixth St. and
Granite. Rev. Illrt. Pastor. Services : 11 A.
and 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 10 :30 A.M.
PH.F8BYTFR1 an. Services In new church. cor
ner Sixth and Granite sts. Rev. J. T. Baird,
pastor. Sunday-scnool at 9 ; 30 ; Freacblng
at 11 a. m. stid 8 d. m.
The . R. S. C. E of this church meets every
Sabbath evening at 7 :15 in the basement ot
the chucrh. All are invited to attend thes
First Mfthodist. Sixth St., betwen Main
and Pearl. Rev. L. r. Brut. u. U. castor.
Services : 11 A. m.. 8 :00 P. m. Sunday School
9:30 A.M. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing. (iXRHAN PricbrvtrbiaN. Corner Main and
. NiBth. Rev. Wttte, pastor. Services usiiai
hours. Sunday school 9 :30 A. m.
Swredisr CoiroRVOATiOKAU Granite, be
tween Flftb and Sixth.
Colored Baptist. Mt. Olive. Oak. between
Tenth and Eleventh. Rev. A. Boswell. pas
tor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 -30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening.
Yoxrtta Men's Christian Association
Rooms in aterman block. Main street. Gos
pel meeting, for men only, every Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Rooms open week days
from 830 a. m., to 9 : 30 p.m.
"South" Pabk . Tabernacle Rev. j. m.
Wood. Pastor. Services : Sunday School,
kOa. m. : Preaching. 1 1 . ra. and 8 p. tn. ;
prayer meeting Tuesday night; choir prac
tice Friday night. All are welcome.
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STAPLE AND FANCY
. Jatronage of the Public Solicited.
3Jforth Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
The Day's Festlv't'es Closed With a
Musical Program and Grand
- Ball in the Evening
After the npeakfng yesterday af
ternoon, which concluded at 4:30,
part, of the crowd departed for
Omaha, but the majority remained
for the evening program. Those
remaining spent the time going
through the H. & M. nhopH and in
specting the new court house.
Long before 8 o'clock the opera
house was crowded 1o itn utmost
capacity, while the gallery wan well
filled. Promptly at 8 o'clock Dr. W.
J. McCrani, of Tecuniseh, who had
charge of the evening entertain
ment, stepped to the front of the
stage and announced the evenings
program would begin with a el
ecting from Prof. Beck's orchestra.
After the orchestta had rendered a
selection and theapplaune had died
II. LI v m. of
Vindication" . which
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The next on the program was a
solo by Rev. Bruen. of Omaha. Af
ter a heartv encore the reverened
gentleman Calm back and rendered
an Irish dittv iii so nleasuiir a
manner that he was called back
again. This time he said he was to
tired to sing but would tell a story.
The story told by Rev. Uruen
brought down the hoi se and was
received with thundering applause.
Mrs. E. B. Burris rendered a
soprano solo in a very pleasing
manner and was roundly ap
plauded. Next on the programe was a sel
ection from the Owl Club entitled
"Come Back to Erin" which re
ceived a well merit applause.
Mrs. l. A. tvilroy ot Lincoln was
on the program for a soprano solo
but wae unable to attend. Her
place was filled by Miss Maggie
Rush of Omaha, who sang a
soprano solo that was loudly ap
plauded and brought forth a fine
basket of flowers. Miss Rush then
sang another solo in a very satis
Hon. M. V. Gannon then delivered
a masterly speech on "Irelrnd for
the Last One Hundred Years."
which was followed by a duett
by Mrs. E. B. Burris and J. K.
Pollock that was well received.
Miss Annie Tighe recited a selec
tion that received a hearty encore
and aa Mi ss Tighe was leaving the
stage she was presented with an
The evening program was con
cluded with a' selection entitled
"The Lost Landmark" by the Owl
club, After which an adjournment
was taken to the ball room in Rock
wood hall where the day's festivi
ties were concluded at a late hour
and the larger portion of the crowd
returned to Omaha on a special.
The visitors spoke in very high
terms of the treatment they re
ceive at the hands of the citizens of
It is town talk that Brown Sc Bar
rett's is the only place to find a new
and complete stock ot wall paper.
The jury in the trial between Jam
eson vs. Uole A oackett, could not
agree after being out ninety-six
hours, although the first ballot
the vote stood 11 to 1 in favor of de
fendants. The contrary juryman
would not listen to the arguments
of the others, but managed to feed
regular and enjoy himself. The
suit was brought to recover about
$8,500 that Jameson claims to be
out through the time the turn of
affairs during the time the firm were
in business here. It is not known
as yet whether the case will be tried
again or not. W. W. Republican.
Finest line of wall paper in the
city at Brown & Barrett's.
A Farewell Surprise Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Churchill were
the happy recipients of a farewell
surprise party last evening. The
time was most enjoyably whiled
away with amusements customary
at such gatherings. Hoping that
the same good luck and pros
perity which has ever been theirs
while residents of our city might
follow them to their future home
near Rock Bluff a. the inll v rnmnam
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(departed. Had they deterred the
I festiwiitpa until thin pvpnin or tViov
would have celebrated the thirty-
eighth wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Churchill, who were the
third couple married in this county.
vmong mose present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Charles
Rankin, Aily, Royal, Barwick,
iicnois, Arnold; misses Nina
Tucker, Anna Hall, Ruth Churchill,
May Hall; Messrs Charles Langs
ton, Sherman Sage and McGinnis
Mrs. Engle was arrested this
morning by Officer Fitzpatrick at
Egenberger'a bakery, and locked up
in the city jail. The old lady
seemed to be out of her head. She
went into the bakery and picked
up several bundles and started for
the doof with them, claiming they
belonged to her, hence her arrest.
Nehawka News Notes.
With a decided improvement in
. l . i - - . .
me cunuiuua ui me roaas neoawxa
is opening out lively and flourish-
Ing. In fact, it is such a pleasant,
prosperous place that we wa
siders to know about it
Building has commenced and
promises to be lively this season.
Frank Moore, our contractor, has
his hands lull. First, and among
the rest, he has the contract to
build a liouce for J. M. Stone, which
will be the highest and linest liuue
j in town.
Money has been voted to build a
school building, and as it is very
badly needed it will doubtless go
up this year.
The stone quart ies here are work
ing about sixty men, and when the
new crusher now being put in is
completed they will work over one
hundred. The lime kilns are also
, full ll.ihl. livinr nnlcru 'ii-il
t - r e . . v. .
for seventy carload.
Nehawka is supplied with two
churches, the United lirethereii
and the Methodist Episcopal. Rev.
I i-t w i i u ;iiUt iia m :.'
j Suud'ay eveilljlK . Hia' 8ermon
though short, was choice, and well
received by a large and appreci
The Murray band and troupe are
here. They played "Ten Nights in
a Barroom" in Pollard's hall Mon
Mr. L. C. Pollard, Nehawka's
faithful and efficient postmaster,
has resigned. He served continu
ously for seventeen years. Frank
Sheldon will succeed him.
Bates Sc Baldwin is the firm name
of a new butcher hop started here,
with the Hon. Lincoln Todd regu
larly iustallfd as master mechanic
and chief engiueer of the concern.
inis section lias lately become a
great resort for crows. Some days
they congregate in large flocks,
seemingly at the call of some ven
erable old commander, who estab
lishes his seat of empire for the time
being iu one of a clump of trees
and to whom all the crows in the
vicinity owe allegiance, for at the
sounding of his signal they come
in from all directions, till several
hundred are assembled, when they
proceed to business, exercising
through various evolutions, and at
tended with great noise and confu
sion, reminding one of a taming
hall convention. Finally the meet
ing breaks up and each member re
turns to his home. Now the crow
is a very sagacious bird. He seems
to comprehend all the farmer's
movements, especia'ly when the
farmer has a gun in his band. He
knows where the hens nest and
where the chicken coops are, and
full many an egg and many a poor
chick are borne aloft on his ebony
wings. Moreover, his reputation as
an expert at pulling up corn at a
certain stage has long since been
fully established. In view of these
facta, and his alarmingly increasing
numbers, something may have to
be done to keep him within reason
By the way, here is a new ques
tion for Governor Boyd to consider:
If he would gain for himself a name
and fame, let him call the extra
session at once and embody in the
call the "crow question." It may be
the one opportunity of his term.
With the completion of the Union
branch, and the facilities it affords
to get to the county seat, our feudal
warriors may feel constrained to
"bury the hatchet." Let us have
Wall paper at Brown & Barretts
Latest things in
wall paper at
Brown & Barrett's.
First M. E. church, South Sixth
street, between Main and Pearl
streets. Dr. L. F. Britt, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the
pastor. Morning subject. "The
Greatest of the Three Graces." In
the evening "Choosing." Epworth
League will meet at 6:30 p. tn. in the
gallery of the church. At the close
of the the services in the evening,
the pastor will condvet a revival
service. All are cordially invited
to attend these services.
You should see Brown & Barrett's
stock of wallpaper.
J. Q. Adams, president of the
bank of the Eagle, was in the city
to-day and made The Herald a
pleasant visit. Mr. Adams is an
old time resident of this county,
having been here over thirty years
and has always voted the straight
Paints, oils, and varnishes at
Brown &. Barrett's.
The young men's republican club
is called to meet Friday night at
the council chamber at 7:30 sharp.
A full attendance is desired as
business of importance will come
before the club for consideration.
J." L. Root, president.
M. N. Griffith, secretary.
-4NFor the People.
ONE - PRICh: - CLOTHIER
Is Receiving a Popular Line of the
LATEST SPEING ATTRACTION
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
H lool before pqtfclsiq.g.
Look out for JOE'S new ad in a few days, it will knock the candle silly.
M. B. Murphy departed this morn
ing for Omaha.
F. E. White was a passenger for
Omaha this morning.
Geo. F. McNamee, of Union was
in the city over night returning
home this morning.
Engineer Henry Hempel, is in
the city on a visit to his parents
from Denison, Texas.
Mies Alma Waterman, Mra. W. D.
Tonea and dauehter, Miss Ollie
were passengers this morning.
Orlando Teff t. chairman of the
republican county central com
mittee departed for home this morn
Jim Eagan came in from McCook
to celebrate St. Patrick's day, re
turning home this morning for
M. L. Thomas, formerly editor of
the Independent, of this city, but
now business manager of the Lin
coln Sun, is in the city attending
Mrs. W. D. Evans and daughter
Misa Edith, Mr8. W. M. Evans and
Mrs. Anna Goodwin, of Malvern,
Iowa and Mrs. Z. LXindsey, of Oma-
ha are the guests of O. H. bnyder
The Herald would be ever so
much, obliged if our evening" con
temporary the one that clipped
the whole article from Wednesday
evening's HERALD would be kind
enough to give credit, instead of
taking it bodily from the columns of
The Herald and running it as
original" matter. The Herald
prints the news when it is news
and don't wait until it has been
published and then "clip" an article
and run it in as "oricinal"' matter
as was done last evening.
The democratic city convention
will be held to-night at Rockwood
hall for the purpose of placing in
nomination a full citv ticket The
present outlook ia that either But
ler or Gutsche will be nominated
for mavor. Frank T. Morcran, treas
urer: Henry Bona or Kelly Fox for
clerk; and M. Archer or M. O'Rourke
for police judge.
The professional pickpocket was
getting in his work yesterday.
Four different ladies lost their
pocket-books at the opera house
and one young man lost his over
coat and $45 if reports are true.
yourseif and give
Ihe jury returned a verdict in
favor of the plaintiff in the case of
Hannah Adgate vs. Wm. Tighe,
sheriff of Cass county.
Frank Carruth vs. Chas. Harris is
on trial today in district court.
At the instance of the county at
torney W. H. Lacey was discharged
from the county jail, no charge
being preferred against him, after
being confined eighty-six days.
The dwelling rooms over Mayer
.Bros.' clothing store, consisting ot
seven rooms, bath closet, grate and
all modern improvements. Enquire
ot i rank Carruth & son.
A barn belonging to Mr. Foltz of
Elmwood, was blown from its
foundation last week during the
storm, and there were several head
of stock in the barn at the time, but
none were injured. Weeping Wa
Wanted A girl to do general
housework. Good wages. '
23-tf Mrs. W. J. Hesser.
The State League.
A meeting of the directors of the
Nebraska state league has been
called by President T. J. Hickey to
convene at the Capitol hotel in Lin
coln to-morrow at 2 p. m. The most
important work before the meet
ing will be the arrangement of
schedule of dates for the season,
which is considered no small task,
the interests of each club and of the
league as a whole requiring care
The Missouri Pacific will sell
round trip tickets at one lowest
first-class fare March 22, good to re
turn until April 21, to all points in
Oklahoma. Kemember trie aate.
Subscribe for The Herald, only
15 cents a week or 50 cents a month.
Irene'for the complexion, most
useful toilet made, is highly medi
cated and perfumed. Kemoves
pimples; makes the skin clear and
velvetv. 50 cents at Brown Sc Bar-
reta and O. H. Snyder.
The Homliest Man in Plattsmouth
Aa well aa the handsomest, and
othera are invited to call on any
druErei8t and cret free a trial bottle
of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs, a remedy that ia selling
entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic and acute coughs, asthma,
bronchitis and consumption. Large
bottles 50c and $1.;
Millions of people can find their
wall paper at Brown & Barrett's.
The rapidity of its healing pro- stt
cess is marvelous. Rail Road---Cough
Cure is infallible for whoop- ,
ing cough, croup, diy hacking
cotign ana an lung troubles. Use
no other. It cures la grippe. 25c &
50c at O. H. Snyder and Brown
Brown & Barrett 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
Ely's Cream Balm ia especially
adapted as a remeby for catarrh
which is aggravated by alkaline
Dust and dry winds. W. A Hover
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.
-A- 217, 219, 22i, and 223 Main
F. R. GUTHMAN1T. PROP-
Rates $450 per week andwp.
Jt If. lOTJ-jNTN
Always has on band a full stock of
FLOUR AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
Hay for sale as low aa the lowest
and delivered to any part of the
CORNER SIXTH AND TINE
Plattsmouth, - -Ll 'Nebraska
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GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS.
Dr. 8telsways anaesthetic for the palmlaes ex
incnos 01 teem.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Bocxwood Block . FiaUnaouCh. Neb.
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