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Plattsmouth Daily Herald;
excerpts from issues dated September 3 - 8, 1891, continued


September 3, 1891

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining Unclaimed in the Post Office at Plattsmouth,
Sept. 1, 1891, for the week ending Aug. 26
(complete article)

Benne^t, J.C.    Corwin, J.C.   Dean, Mr. & Mrs. Geo.
Hedrick, Geo. M. 2    James, Mary Jane    Jones. F.M.
Nichols, Mrs. Cora    Smith, R.E.    Thomas, P.E.
Wilson, Samuel    Breis, Mich.   Craft, Geo.
Ehiers, Charles    Hall, Mrs. E.    Jewell, Ed
McNeeley, Dan    Sexton, John    Seeley, Oliver
Wiley, Wm.    Wiley, Mrs. Mary

September 4, 1891

CHARGES AGAINST CHIEF ARCHER
Damaging Testimony Produced in the Police Investigation
(complete article)

Committee appointed by the city council to investigate the conduct of the chief of police met in the office of W.L. Brown last evening. There were present, W.L. Brown, Chairman, D.M. Jones, Chas. Petersen, M.C. Murphy, and City Attorney Polk, as examiner; Gutche being absent.

The following witnesses were sworn and testified, Messrs. Kinser, Will Brantner, John Fitspatrick, Bob Karns, Dave Miller, and Stotler.

All witnesses testified to having seen the accused frequenting saloons since the passage of the resolution prohibiting it; some had seen him drinking, and ridiculing the resolution; some had seen him playing cards in the saloon, others testified that he had drunk in the saloon on Sunday. One witness gave names of parties that had been with him in questionable houses, but the committee deemed it unneccessary to call witnesses, as the evidence was conclusive. One witness testified that the accused had used the power given him as police to gratify his personal greed for vengeance, inasmuch as, at a certain time the witness had ben[sic] imprisoned, having committed no offense, but simply because he (the witness) had talked of what he knew of the character of the accused.

The committee then adjourned, subject to the call of the chairman, either for report or further investigation.

There appears to be no question that Police Archer has repeatedly frequented saloons, since the passage of the resolution forbidding it, which of its self is certainly suffficiently damaging, to justify the accusation, and warrant such punishment as a just tribunal might mete out.

In the opinion of THE HERALD our chief of police, to say the least should be a law-abiding citizen, and one, even, whose character is above reproach. We hope that an impartial investigation will be conducted, and that an unbiased tribunal will award justice to all concerned.

PERSONAL
(selected items)

Attorney R.B. Windham is in the metropolis to-day, transacting legal business.
Norman Baker, of the B.&M. ball team left this morning for Omaha, accompanied by Mrs. Baker.
Edwin Jerry of Elmwood returned home last evening having been in the city on business.
John M. Hartigan of Hastings, Nebr., came in last evening to enjoy a brief visit among the boys (and girls.)
Dr. E.E. Rennells, of Rock Bluffs, was transacting business in the city yesterday and returned home last evening.
John White went out this morning on engine No. 170. We are informed that this is Mr. White's first trip as an engineer.
Engineer Geo. Ballance, operating engine No. 275 received an injury on the knee this morning that will render him unable for service for a few days.
Mrs. M. Waybright and daughter returned last evening from a visit at Arapahoe, Nebr., accompanied by Edward Brantner who has been absent from the city for a period of two years.
W.B. Brown left this morning for Lincoln, where he takes his usual position as gate-keeper at the state fair grounds. We are informed that Mr. Brown has held this position, consecutively, for twenty-one years.
J.P. Hutchinson, who has been visiting relatives at Rock Bluff, took No. 4 this morning for his home at Chillocothe, Mo. Mr. H. expressed himself as favorably impressed with our county, particularly our crop prospects.
Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Dio B. Smith of this city to Miss Clara A. Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harvey, of Beaver City, Nebraska, Wednesday, September 9, 1891, at 12 o'clock, noon.

September 5, 1891

An article on the coming school year
(selected portion)

The assignment of teachers for the coming year is as follows:
ROOM.
 1. Carrie Greusel.
  2. Miss Moore.
 3. Miss Shepherd.
 4. Ella Wright.
 5. Prof. Halsey and Miss McClelland.
  8. Miss Clark.
10. Miss Searle.
11. Alice Wilson.
12. Miss Halsey.
13. Miss Adams.
14. Miss Cook.
15. Miss Jamison.
          FIRST WARD.
16. Miss Vallery. (principal.)
17. Miss Matson
          SECOND WARD.
18. Annie Heisel.
19. Myrtle Porter.
          FOURTH WARD.
20. Maggie Wright. (principal.)
21. Miss Hemple.
          EAST FOURTH WARD.
22. Miss Fischer.
23. Berta Hyers. (principal.)
          SOUTH PARK.
24. Carrie Holloway.
          MERCERTOWN.
25. Mrs. G.W. Thomas.

PERSONAL
(selected items)

Mrs. O'Rourke and daughter Annie left last evening for Ashland. Miss Annie will enter school there.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller are receiving a visit from their daughter, Mrs. D.W. Johnson from Iowa.
Jay Oldham, who is attending school at Marysville, Mo., came in this morning to spend the day with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Hadley, accompanied by their niece, Miss Myrtle Dunn, departed for Omaha to-day for a few days visit to friends.
Miss Mary Grant returned this morning from Canada where she has been visiting her mother and friends the past two months.

September 6, 1891

Married
(complete article)

RECTOR-FREER Married at the residence of W.M Snyder, Aug. 29, at Edison, Nebraska, Herman Rector to Miss Una Freer. Rev. Wittie officiating. The married couple are both of this city, and doubtless have best wishes of all their acquaintances.

SECRET SOCIETIES
(complete item)

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Gauntlet Lodge No. 47. Meets every Wednesday evening at their hall in Parmele & Craig block. All visiting knights are cordially invited to attend C.C. Marshall. C.C.: ^ Dovey, K.R.S.


YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Waterman block. Main Street. Rooms open from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; For men only Gospel meeting every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.


A.O.U.W. ^^^. Meets first and third Friday evening of each month at G.A.R. Hall in Rockwook[sic] block. Frank Vermilyea, M.W. D.B. Euersole, Recorder.


A.O.U.W. No. 84 - Meets second and fourth Friday evenings in the month at G.A.R. hall in Rockwood block. E.J. Morgan, MW, ^.P. Brown, Reaorder[sic].


ROYAL ARCANAM - Cass Council No. 1021, Meets at the K. of P. hall in the Parmele & Craig block over Bennett & Tu^^e, visiting brethren invited      Henry Herold, Regent; Thos Wa^ling, Secretary.


CASS LODGE No. 146. I.O.O.F. meets every Tuesday night at their hall in Fitzgerald Block. All Odd Felllows are cordially invited to attend when visiting in the city. J Cory, N. G. S. W. Bridge, Secretary.


PLACES OF WORSHIP
(complete item)

CATHOLIC.- St. Paul's Church. Oak between Fifth and Sixth. Father Carney, Pastor     Services: Mass at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School at 2:30 with benediction

CHRISTIAN.- Corner Locust and Eighth Sts. Services morning and evening. Elder J.K. Reed, pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.

EPISCOPAL.- St. Luke's Church, corner Third and Vine. Rev H.B. Burgess, pastor. Services: 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.

GERMAN METHODIST.- Corner Sixth St. and Granite. Rev. Hirt, Pastor. Services: 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m.

PRESBYTERIAN.- Services in new church, corner Sixth and Granite Sts. Rev. J.T. Baird, pastor. Sunday School at 9:30; Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The Y.R.S.C.E. of this church meets every Sabbath evenings at 7:15 in the basement of the church. All are invited to attend these meetings.

FIRST METHODIST.- Sixth St., betwen[sic] Main and Pearl. Rev. J.D.M. Buckner pastor. Services: 11 a.m., 8:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.

GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN.- Corner Main and Ninth. Rev. Witte, pastor. Services usual hours. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.

SWEDISH CONGREGATIONAL.- Granite, between Fifth and Sixth.

COLORED BAPTIST.- Mt. Olive, Oak, between Tenth and Eleventh. Rev. A. Boswell, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION- Rooms in Waterman block, Main street. Gospel meeting, for men only, every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rooms open week days from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

SOUTH PARK TABERNACLE.- Rev. J.M. Wood, Pastor. Services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Preaching, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Tuesday night; choir practice Friday night. All are welcome.


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