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brought to the c-ily.
, ItAMIOEsiIAEK ;os.
Sectirc Yourself a
P 'JML . EJ !
Porty Acres laid oft' iu City Lots,
p Palmer's Addition
AiwoiMNd rirr: 1
X M. :ml UO A I'hilOl 'S
xlide tlic'('jtv- limits, mid not sub
i d'y 7'c..
nny other ni;ui, can
his own rrx.i'iin j
not cold rno fn
hi ii dinner Jjuil
in lic dusty, .
(July three to tin Imiiuitcn' walk
flu in h'u vor
Att'y at Law niul lVul Kstate Aeut.
r linker's Siore.will l-iake terms to suit
lots from $Ho to $50
lilne.or f.nl'iiMi.to nien that will build
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W vl nil t ill 27
ICl'C. KTtJ., KIT.,
1 Of All li::n'ptinlllt.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
1 WOOI33I11T COFFINS
(if all sizes; ready m:il and. sold ehiii for cash
IS NOW KMAOt J-o
. With many thanks fur oast patronage.
Invite nil t call ami examine my
LAKUK STOCK OF
Sltf. l'l'K.TI tK A.l CUI'FIXN
!o. Clark Jr. & Co.
iie vrurld, for sule at
sale and Retail
M M Most Reliable
j-rte. V. WECICBAGH,
l-'in.ls. JliC luit--t STOCK OF
stock, ever 'n.-i!v'l tr iii
mY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Ci.!i-tiiio; i" ':nt !' I'leant
CLOAKS A T1B
LACES A"TID TIEI JSL ls.iL J : JsT C$ S
in complete- assortment.
Carpels, Oil Cloths,
Our .li-il;iv in this line is
V- In immense stock, fo-ihe
HUE, sui:La2a" ipaiem.
I PI P4 SI'J I L I f i
(iOOl)S, :ml tin- nn.st -..ui j.U'te
- jifti.ii t tin' j 11 1 1 1.-.
evervSjruU; :nil assort inent
niul a full lint- of all
Rugs and Mattings,
more complete than ever.
Fall and Winter Trade.
all kinds of
OF ALL KINDS
IiiI'.'.h 5 41.
r jT- - y. j
, , I! CB MtM,, ,!( j
IIWn X ST.LOU1S.MO
' ' v For Sale by J. S. Duke.
I Covers"S:e., &c.
always on ham!, aiC
BERS & SON'S
S A.V1) DEALERS IN'
T H HERALD.
One of. tlio jileas.tntest days 411
many yeara was election day, and , it
whs appreciated by all the active work
ers. llusineps in freight work on the 11
.V M. Is exceptionally heavy, and the
trains are numerous aud very heavily
The opera house will be co to pie ted
c.tiil in time for the opening, and it
will In 111 shape for slae fixtures in a
vrv short time.
Work progresses on the rock culvert
on Chicago avenue, and ii is a work of
in:ein;il improvement that will be
Trunk C'arruth has embelished his
-liiOw window with a case of silver
ware, t he nobbiest ever exhibited ia
Business men in i'lattsmoutU are
preparing for a heavy holiday trade
In every department and they will
not bo disappointed.
The 1Ikiiali i. preparing its club
bing list, which, when completed, will
give an opportunity to all to secure
w hatever they may wish cheaply.
l. C. Erven, the Union Block jew
eler, has stocked up l'or the holidays
with a splendid line of jewelry, silver
ware and toys in great abundance.
Walter White has nearly completed
the bridge work he has had undei con
tract for the county and he has had
very favorable weather for the work.
S. & C. Mayer are now comfortably
located In their tine, large room in the
opera house block. They speak to
their customers on the 11 is t page of
The driving park should not be
used by anyone as pasture room for
stock and the oflicials should see that
no one is permitted to use it without
the consent of the stockholders.
Kveryone who attended the game
sup; er of the sportsmen club speak in
the highest terms of the repast and
the success the Perkins house is in fur
nishing such entertainments.
The Iowa bottoms across the Mis
souri from this comity,, have a very
good crop this year, which in the light
of their almost total crop failure a
year ago, will be appreciated.
Johnny While who has been at Le
witt.biiying grain for ArthurWhite the
last few months, has taken charge of
of Morrisy Bro, ware house at Mar
shall, Clay county.
P. 13. Murphy is having large and
commodious rooms fitte 1 up in the op
era house basement, where lie will soon
remove the Central Restaurant, sup
plying meals at all hours as usual.
At th3 present rate of progress, the
Rockwood block will be nearly rea.dy
for occupancy by tiie first of Decem
ber instead of the first of January,
when the contract calls for its com
The new South Bend bridge is now
completed, and is in daily use, trains
crossing with rock trails to Stout's
quarry from whence large shipments
are made to Omaha for paving work
in that city.
Several parlies in passing in front
of the new Rockwood block last w eek
after night, recieved no pleasant im
press, ons by running against a pro
jecting plank which should never
The city schools have the largest at
tendance by over two hundred, more
than they have ever had before. Xo
better evidence of IMattsinouth's pros
perity can be cited than the growth of
the public schools.
From all advices gained. Cass coun
ty will feed more stock the present
fall than ever before, and a large pro
portion of Cass countiy's immense
corn crop will be fed instead of being
shipped to the markets.
Simington's new opera house at
Ashland, which Would ba a credit
to a town ten timss the size of
that town, hag been formally opened
by a home talent troupe who have
given much time in preparation.
An effort is being made to secure
Miss E. E. I'opDleton, of Omaha, to
conduct a class in this city in English
literature the coming winter months;
it is to le hoped that it may nut only
be successful but the class largely at
tended. lei.rue S. Smith spoke to a crowded
.hail in Louisi:le on last Monday ev-
ehing and the mee;i-ig w hs the larg-t-M
held 111 that ti-vu dining the late
Caltlpiiign. - tlther bpeaki-ls on that
evtiiinj at otiir-r t..ints in 1 he county
had i .- ijii.l iiLiireeia! ve audiences.
- -f.-ir-. W'Uilfc ie-fcttHiii7-y jlO'nl, sul
Stantial ek-vaioj just Sjutli if ihe t't
pot, which will bt; h valuable impioi'-'
ment to this pait of the city It if ill
be easy of access to the farmer.i, and
will be fitted with the best impioVc
nienls for handling grain speedily and
At a r;JrJ!i accident two miles
west of Alexandria on Monday r ight
tne baggage car and one passiigr
coach were thrown from the .Track
and brakemau Flint Uurst wis in
stantly killed The oxcifont was
caused by the breaking of an aile on
the tender of the engine.
Morrisey Bros, are hundliug grain
to the f ibll capacity of their main
mouth elevator and employing a full
quota ofj rnen-MuT the work. They
have the work of unloading and load
irjg tjovtn t a Gue system, unloading
grain vitU steam, shovels which
empty cars in ten uinyts, time and
they are loaded with equal rupiUtlj.,
Passengers traveling on th H. & M.
along the Platte river bet wten Orc
apolis and Louisville can set across
jn Sarpy county the spires oi the
ciiurel-es ia the village of Springfield,
a town Of i-ive-r- three hundred iihabi
tan's, vbfrre was cornfield a
fpft- months aro
The ladies at the polls in this
oq election day proves very cone
lively that some women are willing
and ready to accept the burden of
speaking for lheiu-i hes . in 'poblio
affairs. 1 ,
. TL social of l! Pftsbytcrian
church held at the residence yf Mr. J.
N. Wise last Friday evening, . as a
cood sin-rrSA bnlh In tKiInt nf niituhera
in attendance, and in financial results
all who availed themselves of the!
privilege of attending were pleasantly
After a slight storm of rain te
weather h;ts come forth even brighr
than before, genuine Indian summer
wea'.her, which is the liinu aUve
every other foi farmers to us'ery
effort to secure their torn crop u'd see
it safely cribbed before wintey o;n.is
on with sleet, rains an I ""moM' hicli
make farm work impossible.
The Greenback Advoc.it of this
city claims to be an anti-mrnpoly p.i-
per, aud run by anti-monoilists ; yet
about a week ago, Bi.iihe jj Watson",
wife presented him with iv ' ttliy, and
this week his partner Mr. Cory, was
awakened one night Li- k- for the
doctor, and tin result as Mr. C fmin-l
himself the father of -twins. If thai
is not monopoly in one of the- great
est industries In the country, the Iltu
ald hasn't any conception of what
Greenwood has shown wonderful
progress in the last year, and is be
coming brio of the most substantial
towus itt this pait of the state. Dur
ing the last year it has secured a very
fine block in which is thejargest hall
outside of Plattamotuh : a large grain
levator just completed by J. A. Con
nor, a line two story, school building,
the ne w Catholic church in course of
construction, and a doren elegant pri
vate residences are . among the im
piovements of the present year.
Greenwood draws a large trade from a
wide extent of country. ud is in ev
ery way prosperous. I -f-j
Three (a rove better.
Thkeb GnovEs, Nov. t.
El). IIekalu: y6r the last three or
four weeks it has been rumored that a
certain young man in this neighbor
hood was going to step out into tho
sea of matrimonial .life before very
long. On Thursday of last week the
wedding took place. The couple
proved to be. Mr. Frank Moore, of
Three Groves, and Miss Etta Patter
son, of Rock Creek; they were married
down at Union ami without any fur
ther preliminaries they started at once
for Plattsmoulh and took the evening
train for the west, probabl amihgfor
Kansas. The young couple that was
married a couple of weeks ago while
taking a wild-goose chase down to
Hamburg low? aud around accom
panied them U Lincoln.
Mr. J. G. Oldham has put up a tea
ament house easf.f his place, and Mr.
Joe Connelly.Mr Oldham's son-in-law,
has moved in and will winter there
Mr. L. II. Young has had quite a
number of friends visiting the past
week, some folks from Colorado and a
sister from Missouri. Tney ret m tied
to their oomes on Saturday. j
Mr, Hartigau, a brother of lawyer
Hartigan of Plattsinouth, is teacL'ing
the school at the brick school house;
he, so we understand, has taken up a
six months school.
Miss Ilattie Holmes has been
ing the Rock Creek school; it closed
ou Saturday last.
The big meeting 011 ItoOli Creek clos
ed on Monday night; they added quite
a number to their church.'
W. U. Allen has made quite an im
provetnent on his place this fail, by
putting up a lartre handsome dwelling
he has it about finished, so w e are in
formed. " "
The farmers around Three Gioes
that have to travel the telegraph road
to Plattsinouth, think the county com
missioners had better see t iat .Hie
road is put in a little better rej ur; in
some places it is almost impossible 10
travel it in bad weather. The bridge
across rtock Creek ia pretty badly out
of repairs and needs fixing
' KG SIS
Mew Express Contract.
On the question regarding the Bur
linjton company taking charge of ex
press business on itslinea, the Chicago
"The publication in the Tribune a
ihort time ago of the fact that the
Burlington Railroad company con
templated doing its own express bus
iness stirred up the officers of the
American Exnress company, which
had been doing that company's express
business east or the Missouri river,
and they have been working hard ev
er since to picvent the consummation
of thai plojecl. Several colifcleilci S
l etueti. the managns of the Euiling
toii and the American Express com
panies have bi-en held, and at another
meeting held esterday an agreement
was made t which the Aon-iican Ex
puss ci-mpMiy will continue t.- do the
tiMriO.tloi.'s i prss bn.-inrss for eight
pntiitl.s lonc-i, the BuVliiigton beini:)
LMi.;.i'ii mtii 'i laiger reniuneratio:, ;
for lhn piitfiiruo liiftti heretoforf. By
tha time the new con ti act wiUi llip
Ameiicaii Kxprets company expires
the Bin Huston contract with the
Wells, Fargo Jt Co. Express for doing
express business west of the Missouri
river will also expire, and it is quite
probable that by that time the Bur
ifngipp w ill carry out the project of
doing it own express business on its
lines east and west of the iI:s?oiiri
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PaJ tratlio on thejMo. pacific
is imA A very prerepbubly.
Ft Iai ugcr is hauling Hie stone for
the lidttitoiiof the new itehool house
in Uelov.ei district.
'Fil:i e shaies were obtained by
MifB il l.i.i ir. in (lir City for
- J lWiibition Amendment fund.
The'lliree largest melons presented
the Republican on its premium offer
were a follows; Mr. Walter Brook
ii.s, weight 27 pounds; Mr. G. W.
Adauai weight '.,ti pounds; Mrs. A.
E. Hanson, weight S4 pounds.
Mr. Joe McVicker, generai-aent for
the Springfield nutsciy, who has been
in. to-1 a pot lion ot the w eek deliver
ing trees, liifoims us that he has de
livered heie over 31.50O worth of trees
all of which have given the best of
The Weeping Water Lecture Asbo
tialioii pion.iii.s us some rare treats
liuin.gtht? coining winter. The first
mei tammeiit w i!l be that of Mrs. L.
E. D.iint , on Wednesday and Thuta
Uay eveiMi tvi.cxt, Lioi.'t fail to be
. lis. nt .
On Tiasday looming us the U;".'5
passenger was entering this city from
the west, a boy apparently about fif
teen jeais of age, standing near the
tiatk hurhtl a stone through a win
dow of one of the passengei coaches,
the missle narrowly missing the head
of one of the passengers. The con
ductor saw the boy distinctly, aud we
are informed was on the pcint of stop
ping the Main, catching him and turn
ing him o t 1 to the authoi ities to make
an example of.
, .On Sunday October Su'd.the llaptists
of Weiping Water 1 i:d vicinity met
ai.d ciganizcd a thuich. Since that
time Cdd Fellow s hall has been se-
cured as a place of woiship, and Rev.
Mr. Pratt, of Palmyia, has been select
ed as pastor. On Sunday last a Sab
bath School was oiganized, with Mr.
A. A. Miller, as superintendent. Over
forty were present at the time of or
ganization, and it is expected that a
thriving school will be the result. At
this writing it is not known w hether
preaching w ill be held on next Sab
bath or not. Sabbath school will be
held, however., at three o'clock p. in.
from the Greenwood Kalo.
W. II. Tobiu's eiuht
) ear old boy
was dragged by a cow
last and broke his leg.
The Catholic churc'i
closed and the work is
is nearly en
forward with rapidity.
5. D. Jones aud .P. Rouse sold their
farms to au Iowa man yesterday. Mr
Jones received thirty dollars an acre
Mr. M. A. Hartigau of Plattsmoulh
spoke to the democrats of this place
last night. Mr. Hartigan made a
very good deiaocrati3peech.
M.D. Abbott and Owen Marshall
one day last week, agreed to see which
could Miow the largest peach blow
potatoes, so tey each brought to this
office a half bushel of the finest and
largest potatoes wt eer hud ike op-
poit unity of ge.zing uuon. There wel
twenty-viuW pi.ua toes in Mr. Abbott's
half bushel and thirty cue in Mr. Mar
shall's. Griggs' Glycerine .Salve.
The best on earth can truely be said
f Griggs" Glyceiini Salve, which is a
sure cuie lor cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns, wounds, and ail other sores.
Will positively cure piles, tetter and
all skin eruption-. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money lefunded. Only 20c.
for sale by Smith & Black Bros. 29-lly
Opium iu Cigars una the Danger it
Having ascertained l-t a number
of cigar dealers Plattsmoulh. are
selling opiated cif1'3- " order to con
vince -it-self of .the truthfulness of
tTVsame, and to warn the public
"against the evil results that come from
such cigars, I had a disinterested party
send to Prof. A.oghey, on the 2!)th of
Mav for anji'8'8 three samples of the
suppose 1 opiated cigars made in New
York., ogether with four different
orandVof my own make. Prof. Augh
ey's report on the analysis shows that
opium exists in the brands of New
York cigars sent; and the letter and
teport is ia my possession and can be
seen by any who will call at my store
at any time. tf J. Pepperberg.
T K ULY VALUABLE.
'Ihe Faiiions Cough Remedy, Marsh's
Golden Balsa pi, has done Wonders
-Your Golden Balsam is a truly va
ual le medicine. It has done wonders
for me, I had a severe spell cf pneu
monia and was confined to my room
for several months. When I got able
to be out of doors, my lungs ere very
weak, with general prostration of my
system, and a very sore throat and
hard cough. You gave me a bottle of
jour Balsam on trial, which very
much relieved my throat and cough,
r nd after taking two two bottles I was
able to attend to my buisness I can
cheerfully recommend it to all. suffer
ing with haul cough, or weak lungs.
Simeon rawceu, rvansas City, lo.
Marsh's Golden Balsam is for sal
j by Smith & Black Bros, druggists.
I Large bottles alTVeiits and 81.00.
A GeDlle pice.
; Our enterprising druggists. Smith &
i Black Bios., has' secured the agencv
for the sale of Dr. lfiglou s Positive
tlWe', which litis no superior for coughs,
colds, consumption", "w hooping coughs,
una all throat and lung disease, fo
prove to ou it has no equal, call at
Smith & Black Bros., drugstore and
get a bottle free. Oct.l2eow ly.
AT JOE McVEY'S
Y'ou will find t'.ie Finest Imported
French Brand j. Champaign, and other
Fin Wines. Pure Kentucky WhisKies,
several of the. 'best 'and nKot popular j
l.rands Of iJ.UllL,. -UCJbtf.- ti-esh
Beer always on uraugnr, n.j
Has resumed business again, will buy
Pand sell all kinds of Furniture. Also
.uys Iron, Metals ana rings, i au vance
money on all kinds of goods.
PUttsminilili. Neb. Oct. 14, It.
A full and
r-oinplet- lin in all the
li! est St vies.
The ladies will nnu our
bne" lowest i
:e a d we arc selling at
irVif.if at J . V, iect-
rom I i.rt.MUiinu. ;
FEA 7 pF. US f
FEATHEUS I I
PLl'SHLS! I'Ll'SH TS 1 PLl'SlIES!
y ili cilttl". to bo tonml ut
a. : p.
next noon to M. v. cuukch.
COTTA. CADAT BLUE,
HUNTER'S GREEN. AND
OTHER COLO US TOO NUMER
OUS TO M EN'TIOV. WE II AVE
TIIE LAUGKST STOCK IN
T( ) W N . AND ARE 1 ) ET E U -MINED
TO SELL AT
Fit I ('ICS THAT
' A X o r
l I I.
Aty.0.', m l.no. ).'.'
3.00 1l 00.
From 50 cents to S.'O.oO.
From 82.00 to SiO.oo.
From '25 cents to S 10.00.
FAXC Y FEA 77 EES !
From -.'5 cents to Sf.00.
FLO WE RS,
WE A I. SO ll-WK A KV FINK STOCK OK
LA i: EH,
COLL A US,
I'll nhroi de nj , cS' Hosiery.
Every lady is invited to call and see
our styles and prices, whether she
wishes to purchase or not.
No Trouble to Sliow (Soorts
The place, next door to, M. E. Church.
I'liiKsmoutli, Nel., Oct. ili, 18X.J-C2.-I.
o IE! .
HARRIS Sc UNRUH,
' DKAI.KHS IN
FURNITURE t COFFINS,
and all kii.Jj t t". i.t-i asiiiilly kei-t in a
FIRHT CLASH I I KXITrBRHTOIlK
Also, a veiy complete tock of Futeral Goods,
Our New and elegant hearse U always in
Remember the place, in T7NION
iBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Wliear we may le fouinl nilit or tin y.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24tl3 rLATTSMOUTH. NEB.
B LA CKSMI Til
H0B9E SHOEING &
All Ilsls of Fara ueDlemeats Mendel will
Neatnes1! and Dispatch. '
IP 1 y yil IV
y VU IL.IL J
PURR mm, CHBMICM.S AND 1
OZ.S. J'AIXTS AXO VA!fVlF-'J. WTTYi
rtx:c x.-tAis. 'nri'.uh'xv .ia" nui
:' r. r.
hi i. oil
PJujstcious Pr scrijiit)it;
I'l.itt'inoiil h, Novem'.n-r 'Jd. 1
C O 2i(C S5
RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OiUilGH
IS l'l HST
TEA VKLEl.'S WILL J-XO COjft'LELE OUTFITS IS V UALLIXU AT
VINE ANi FOUUTH ST-
The Finest Pressed
M A X "LTHATI
aiitf filled ili a satislVie
shoiild exaitiine our
quality of our bricks and pir
Yard, ia rear of ISonac
Our facilities for heavy
woi k in uoinuuis mm c asiin''s iur
not surpassed in the State.
MACHINE BEPAIKING of all !
for all clusics of woi k in iron.
Patronize Ncbru.-k:i Utanufiietniin
freight and time.
Parties building in any part of tin
March 1 1th,
Hardware, Stoves and
Aho Ayents M the 2 Pcbilel ii
We tfill Sill tfth Wire ax CLi-ip w any
A coug'. col l r,r s: throat sii;!d h-
stopped. .Neglect Irei, ien!Iy rcuMb
an incurao c luu un-ease or cons
tion. Brown's Hronel.l l Troches
not tlisopier the stoiani h like rough
Uls and b:darfu:s, 'A lift ihrwily
t S fi J uv
Vtt it. V. JO!lst7
.ami' -v.r7 ''
l v k i l
C'h rr'nl '
X. E T E
if. v- fl
( LAS:? -Till: I'.IIST TEAMS I!
AND DOL'RLE C.MMtlACES.
Our Machine Shop i-i felly
diipliculo nil camera pnccf,
!.)!!!d w l i!e for our tc:
v. .1 si ill r.
us on cu i
EEC HANTS UN(i
vtrt tu tht murktt
Vloeft I of vo'-ir H i-1
ilflowa. weVt up
inji arier u-
ed to aho
e he w