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art rtports clean rec-
wi ear came la tni arieroopa
romAtiir haa hn fall 111 IT all
indicates stormy weatbei.
er Sunday occara on the
itead of the 18th. Only 14
more in Lent.
Spring tgina March SOth at o'clock
in the craning and lasts S3 days and 99
The County Judge issued marriage
licenses to William L. Willcokson and
Laura M. Hardy, and Eiail Sturzeneg
ger and Ellse Locker.
Dr. Clutier is back from the east
with his ntw stock of dental instru
ment aud material ready lor business.
Office in Fitzgerald block.
Two of the most brilliant sun dogs
of the season guarded that luminary
on either baud last eveniog. and Wig
gins stock rapidly advanced.
Ileisel's flouring mill will be started
up tomorrow. He has had the machin
ery overhauled, a new . furnace built
and has it now in shipshape.
Dr. Wintersteiu is busily engaged
these days taking the school census of
I the city, which promises to show a
Tery large increase during the past
The county . clerk today, received
he assessor's blanks and books, and
once get them ready for the as-
in, to begin operations the first of
!rank Carruth has purchased Dr.
Child's barometer, which is undoubt
edly the An est one in the state, outside
of the Government signal station at
We were surprised the other day in
Ending amidst the Hkkald mail, a
.copy of the HawtLorne (Florida)
phic, published by J. A. Mathews,
sping Water aud the
he boys were trying to
get ihe pigs
to the pouud, and the pigs were other
At the Grui Army meeting last
evening arrangements were commenc
ed for D oyster supper to be given on
ibout the lSch. ' A committee con
i for a
U Ic'jvllle enme in
' U,U. Uc9Tr,of LonlsviU'e. one of
Cars county's most successful imple
nent men, gave the Herald a pleas
ant call today.
Joe Sharp and Mr. Magnate, of
South Bend, are In the city today.
D. W Coffey, one of the solid boys
of South Beud, came in from that
lively Tillage last night.
Sargeant -at-Anns Alley, of the late
senate, of Saline county and a former
resident of Cass, wa-i in the citv yes
terday, returning home this morning.
J. E. Morrison was in Lincoln, yes
terday, on legal business.
Miss Maggie Streight is visiting in
Plattsmouth for a few days
John Montgomery, the cracker ped
dler and general funny man visited
this city yesterday.
C. B. Stiles, the B. & M, atorekeeper
at McCook, is in the city spending
Hon. Wm. Xeville was at the state
Mayor Weckbach, City Attorney
Hartigau, Dr. Geo. U. Black and arch
itect Thompson were in Omaha last
March 6, 1883.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present, Commissioners Crawford,- Rich
ardsoa and Todd and County Clerk Jen
- The following was done to-wit:
On motion the hoard went to the
county poor house and after-a careful
examination of the manner of conduct
ing tho same and the treatment of in
mates, find that John Sharp, the keeper
of the poor house, keeps the house in as
good condition as could be asked for and
that the treatment of inmates is humane
and satisfactory. -
The following claims were allowed on
the county general fund:
Fred Oorder coal for county $69 .25
David Miller commission as tax
collector Plattsmouth .........
Herald Publishing Company
publishing commissioners pro
Wm Hevold sundries to paupers..
James Crawford ser. as com
Sam. Richardson " " "
A B Todd " " " .
The following settlement was made
with Jason Streight, overseer in road
Cr. By amount paid T TV Foun
tain for plow 22 00
f By amount paid T A Streight
and team for 15 days labor
By amount paid Sewcll
Welsh .and team for 1 J
days labor. .' .
By amount paid George Mc-
Cormick labor on scraper
By amount paid George A
Hay for spikes ;
By 20 days time overseeing
To 'amount received from
county treasurer ....$ 90 00
.amount received hands in
, $jrf)7 50
Sotne idea of the amount oi freight
traffic at the terminal point of the B.
& M. and C. B. fc Q companies at this
clt; may be gleaned by any observer
who witnesses the freight trains cross
ing the bridge here daily. On last
Sunday and Sunday night live Luadred
cars were transferred heroin the twenty-four
hours, and ihe daily average
through the week will not fail below
three hundred cars. li. & M. trains,
west lroru this city, are m;ulo up of
from forty to aixiy c m to u traiu.nnii
Ihey are arriving and deporting at all
times, day and night. From this city
east to Crejton, the western division
of the C. B."& Q., fourteen to twenty
cars make up a train, wnicn will give
some idea of the number of truing re
quired there to move a freight train
eastward that crosses the bridge daily
at this city.
The river at iiooii today stood 4 ft.
11 in. above low water mark, showing
a rise of 6 inches since yeflterday noon
List of Letters.-
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in the post office at Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Neb., March 9, 1883.
Adams Miss Eliz'h Jewell L A
Bird Mrs Jane
Cline B M
Case Mrs Lena
Cunningham N C
Drake A F
Davis W W
Jones "W E
Murphy J R
McGuire Mrs J
Miller Mrs L W
Phelby A G
Ritchey J F
Stribling W S
FlemiagGranville2 Sjoberg J ' .
Frahm Itans Sjoberg Charlie
Hulfish Miss B
Hammond C N
Harris Charlie '
Harvey S E
Howland G H
Stokes E 2
York J W
Henerly W -. -
Persons cnllinff for the
please say "Advertised."
J. W. Marshall
A number of fellows were pretty
well filled up with tanglefoot ..last
night, atid did soiae loud talking on
the streets, but nobody, .was hurt.
Ane train ror tne west carce in oa
time this morning something unus
ual wiih two extra coaches, aiid load:
ed with emigrants. ' -
Prof. ' Dr umiuond lim len enter
taining several of his friend3 at 5 p.
m. dinners Our opportunity is "com
ing. ' -
The Telephone company a!-e putting
in a number of new ones, which neces
sitates a change iu the list. They will
have out a new book in a few days.
The County. Judge, still issues, mar
riage licenses. This time it is James
E. Ley da and Flattie L. Mapley.
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Wiley Black and "Will Wise . went
out this atlernoon to massacre - some
Csavy Freight Transfers via.
ONE NIOHT ONLY !
Saturday, March 10.
The MoJpjkrjiiu Soc'.pty. r t ti ll City. wouM
rrpectluliy annouui'f tliey have ouKi;cd
Stadt Theater Troup
of lliialm, who will s!poar ;,l th tifiie r.nJ
aiiuvi' mrri'.to. fj, 1:1 il.f ctntiloal ilertnait
(Jrand Farce ia five Acts.
AdtUlon, 50 CtE. Oallry, 25 Ct.
No extra clitirae for Keservei bt ais.
iieservtd Seats on sale at J. I. Young's
Waterman' Opera House !
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Wednesday, March 14
Who will appear la their latest reraloa of the
Original Musical Drama
OUT OF BONDAGE !
The Greatest Success erer Known.
MR. PICK A1.LSN. the greatest Colored
Comedian now f-bef ore the public, play
ing upon 15 different Instrument.
7 at one time
The Famous Ifyers Sisters Quartette-
MLLE MAD AH,
MI.LK LOUI3I, '
Under the successful manageuieus of
Beserred reats ou sale Saturday inornlus. at
J, P. Young's r. O. Mews Depet.
Plattsmouth. Telephone Exciiaas
1 J. P. Younsj, residence.
2 Bennett & twls. ato.-i-.
Z M. . Murpby Si Co., "
4 Bonner stut.lr-s.
County CltriC's offlce.
6 E. K. .ewl, resitleuca.
7 J. V. VeckbcU, eUii e.
8 Western Union Tfcl'j;i-a.jU oliico.
9 I. 11. Wheeler, reJ(ituce.
10 D. A.Campbell. "
14 R. B. Wiudnain,
15 JiiO.-.Waywau, " ; .
16 J. V. JeiiiiiuK. - "
17 W. S. Wire, ollicfl.
13 Mortlssey Bros,, oCTce.
ID W K. Carter, sto?.
20 . W. -Fairfield, refidenco.
M. B Murphy. "
22 1. H. WUetsler & Co , rtfUoe.
23 J. 1. Taylor, residue-. - -4
First National Hank.
"20 J. P. Young, store. - '. ,
28 Porkins llouse. . - .
20 li. W. 11 wra, ie6idei:ce
ILekald Pitb. Co oSiae.
t.'M. Chapman, "
W. 1. Jones. - - ' r
A. N. 5ullivaa, " -II.
W. H. Htbihlknecht, office.
Hullivan t Wooiey, "
A. W. McLaughlin, residence.
A. Patterson, livery.
L. 1. Bennett, residence.
Geo. 9. Siuiili, office.
L. A. Moore, flor'-st.
J, W. Barnes, resklence.
li. R. Livingston, oOice.
J. V. Weckbach, residence.
835 Chapluin Wright.
340 ' W, B. bchildknecht "
34 Gso. 8. SnUth.
430 tt. K, Uvingstoo.
The switch board connects Plattsmouth with
Ashland. ArllnencoarBIalr. Council Bluff. Fre
mont, Lincoln. Omaha and ElkhornS tation.
Artiee to SulMM-iters.
Colleetioas- for the Daily Herald
FIXKD ON ROOM,
FIX CD o:-; LOCATION,
FIXED ON CiOODS,
FIXED ON FITS,
fixi:d on fhices,
and wc c:i:i tlx vou to your satis
Claim, Hats aiH Caps,
fJruuks and Va
in every depart
ment of prime
Ine price and
no monkey busi
ness. Hie mem
ber the place,
C. E. WESCOTT,
The only "Boss" Clothier.
Law aud coltectfosi i-i unj)-
tly atleuded to at t'.:;.- oHire uut :'
ceods rcmitosl 11 !.'. . hiy.
Nolar? wui'K, un .- :'!!;:::. nii'l
11 2-.' r- !!. v iiiii',; vv e i n-uWtj a
Fpi-ci !;." t c:!v a;tt miiciru.i.i
r :tl r :4 1 ;. irr-vcml liuo 1'drrtir
pume wiid land ai u rains. Laboring
men can K"t h liuu.y by i::y-iii inourlt
ly tsh'( il-i'v ii4-v .:iy lor huu-u runt.
b'par" : -.u-!idi iv;n hut' a hiiixil
pcroerj::'..r ci the bariiiii.s now cintif
books Ki ibis atiCii-v; wv . WMiie tin?
Six fli'i?p l:-iif jirii lot, 8 ii'.in:i tcs
from i.'. li. thopb, ;:t from v?S0 lo 150
each, fuid ou It rnis liiat would n;ake
a inau a.shrtmod to say ('id not own
a hous?. ('oi:ic :;nd see, you an- not
compelled to buy urtd we Wfut give
ti.eao lots away, but you cuti ret ihum
po they will absolutely toi you notli-
Five sicrc lot J mile from cifv for
$2o0 part cu time.
Eleven acre lot iinla from c-i'y
for 550 this is extra line.
'I have three pieces of outside prop
erty which I can noil and uu.ler
tak'e to furnish purchaser Work
enough (o prty lor fheni, now I will
furnish ihe ground aud you the v. oiK
work is what hurts inc. If you will
do the work at a fair price 1 will gSvc
you a clear deed lor the laud; if you
can't do the work come aiul see me, 1
may liud nomo one who will do it lor
Ten acred for 500 00
" ",.-. 600 00
- ' " 'L-750'OO
Y " ' 2500 00. ;
" Several small trf.ct wtil improved
and aljjiaiug the city, for sale at
reason able rates. 3 '' . -;-T' ' '
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AGENCY - ;
CITY, of Iyjndon,
'QUEEN, of Mvrfpcol
FIHKMAX Pl'NI). i t California
AilKKU AN KXl'UKS.'S CO..
WELLS. K.!'.i;0 & CO. EXTliKSV.
Ortirc la 1:00V wool Block, ith .r.!inii.r Brcs
A FINK LOT OF ;
AIACKEUKIi, LAIiUADORi: IIEHUIXO, TUOUT, WILD WAVE
CODFISH, A ho 11 choice lot Of.
I-23M02TS XTD OIIA21 CCD.
We h:iv- u fiui ttok ot "
Gm WE FAMILY QUOGBDIBO,
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MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
1 bate In twk 3 Aa line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
Jtv. VII our koo1 rv u4 liib.
Will luhm lor Cointry Prcacce. Linseed Oil Heal Always cd Hang.
Next door to Court House, Ilattimouth, Neb,
1""2w3,n M. B, MURPHY & CO.
.A. 3ST ID
Best Selected Stock
FARI.F : F.1WFN A-MAPrflWQ
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Fcr Calo !
S K4, Sec. fl,T. 12, a. vs
t "f4. W. i, 8c. 2,r. VJf ll 13.
and N i N. "W. Sec, 1 0, . T. 1 2, IL
Sec. 34, T. U;R. 13.
Tho above deacribed farm arc
for Mile ou long time, with 7 jx;r
cent, iutrvnt. Apidj t
R. B. WINDHAM, '
nattsinotitb, K b.
1-1 W II
i id a I uilts,
ml . ," ' "V." - '
wilL befjotlj titl.9 eud of each month
wlllealj on sijb
- - ''MS moi
- 4t acres, W 9 -t00