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WES, CHAIRS, Kinds the l:iii;vst STOCK OK (lOODS, ami the most complete
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Of All Pwriptitm. . -
LcLsf OUE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
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" DIIKSS HOODS, SILKS, SATINS,
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Viiny (liiiiikM (.,r iasl pntronjini'. I
r hSk" Tmll9LE IP Ml 1 C?
Q jj 1 1 carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs and Mattings,
"f1. 3 o Our disjilav m tins hue is more complete than ever.
V q , j. III i i.imens. stock, tor the Kali ami Winter Trade.
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. tinnt nun no u m mitji. js-u
TUs Platu VlJ.
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Mine In . the Operal V . . vi. iiiu
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huuMf; v tn iav that jr l Jhuics ii i liiuni wile urove, la at
Jer tlie uixmiu.. Prof.. Drum- present assUtinu tin MUs- l?atf in
inonJ mid his able coi .s nfaea it nuts
that It will be a cU)j.lt'lo iicc?8ln
T!iu Glen wood Journal lwn suspend
ed, and likely gone to its long home.
.Mia. J. -Morrison visited, some
time since, with her sibter Mrs. ISain
Thanksgiving day is coming on and
dun preparation for that festive occas
ion i in order.
John Kline, of Pacitlc Junction
whifa out duck hunting, shot hiuuelf
net identnlly, hut not dangerously.
T!i.ao wiio attended the Epissopal
social at Mrs. E. fi. Dovev'a report a
very pleasant time and a very pleasant
TheCoiinne Merry Makers deligh'-
ed Oiii.ib;i audiences after leaving this
city, and ihey are received w'i.h favor
i vi ry point.
The party given by Miss Evelyn
Wise on last Friday evening was quite
numerously attended and a very pleas
ant time is reported.
The Kendall Combination seems to
be doing Nebraska thtse days, being
booked for Seward and other inland
points this month.
Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday
night the weather was a genuine fore
taste of winter, and a good warm fire
and plenty of blankets were luxuries.
Syracuse, down in Otoe county has
just organized a militia company and
will make it a point to ill ill and per
fect themselves for membership in the
The first cold storm and freezing
time experienced in this locality came
up a heavy thunder shower last Fri
day night and made ulsters come to
Among the promised entertainments
of the winter, is one from the Episco
pal society in this city, who have had
such an event under contemplation
for some time.
H. F. Wilson has openod a new
steam laundry on Oth street, where he
asks a share cf the public patronage.
Orders left at Joe Ford's barber shop
will receive his attention.
We have found a means by which if
hunt of the sportsmen's club were
again consternation could be hurl
ed into the ranks of the Bide who were
winners; all that would ba necessary
would be to gt an electric light and
kaock them down with clubs. The
way is illustrated by an article pub
A new feed, flour and pruviniou
sloie hatt been opened by Mr. ltaumeis
ti r in the building formerly occupied
by M. H. Murphy & Co., just below the
Perkins House. Mr. H.unneister pro
poses to kep everything in the feed
and provision line and to sell at prices
that will make it an inducement for
purchasers to see him. The IIeuai.d
wishes the new business enterprise,
The board of education held a meet
ing last Friday night. No busine of
special impoitanae was transacted.
Superintendent Drummond reported
that over 020 pupils are now enrolled,
being 200 more than were enrol ltd at
this time last year ; he says the total
enrollment will reach 1200 before-next
spring. This speaks well for our city
schools as well as for the growth of
We looked over the mammoth cloth
ing house of S. & C. Mayer last week,
who since their removal to the opera
house bleck have opened op a very
large and complete stock of goods in
every possible line iu the clothing
trade, having more than doubled their
stock since moving. They have the
largest room iu the city, and a room
furnished with every convenience for
The heating apparatus for the opera
house block is all in place, and will be
in readiness for use in a few days; a
large boiler furnishes the steam for
the entire building, and a man will be
employed to take charge of the engine,
and the heating department of the
building. The gas for the building
is also in readiness, and no city will
boast a more perfectly fitted block for
all modern conveniences than the new
opera block of Waterman's,
for sale at
in the world.
CK.n?EAlSli & 7tls ST
hT -V-' -A-'-- j
Si west rasscE,
And Tinners' Stock
3F ALL KINDS
Kme and Plow re
.iandiAH.i.!iHmN of repairing
I III other machiiwry. as tlere
soca lathe la my &uop.
s;e of th? Wilson shop.
and linszir 10
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ST. LOU IS, MO
For ale by J. S. Duke. ::.
The nav car of the B. & M. reached
this city last Friday and left its usual
amount with its workmen. Friday
evening was in consequence a very
busy one with merchants.
Wsrk has been very busy of late in
the county treasurer's ofllce. In addi
tion to treasurer Ne a ell and deputy,
D. A. Campbell, David Miller has been
busily employed there for some time.
Jesse Burnett one of Glendale'a solid
farmers made the Herald a pleasant
call Friday, lie started Monday on a
visit to his old home in Indiana, of
course the Herald follows him.
The Herald invites comparison be
tween itself and other county paptrs
in the state. The Herald, in this,
has a pardonable pride, and hopes to
grow on with the prosperity its pat
Mr. II. Guy Livingston celebrated
his 14th birthday Monday evening
with some fifty of hia school mates and
friends who were invited to assist him
and a genuine jollification was enjoyed
by all present.
:V tank car on the Q., containing
some 3,000 gallons of coal oil sprang
a leak, over at Hastings, Iowa, the
other day, and the citizens gathered in
about 4('0 gallons of oil, as it was rim
ing out and going io waste.
Robert G. Ingersoll lectures in Lin
coln the evening of November 23d and
iu all probabilities Manager Church
of the Opera House there will arrange
for an excursion train from this city
and Omaha on that occasion.
"How 11 ittsuiouth has grown," is
the first, remark ot an who nave
been absent, or who have not seen the
city for the past year. The fact of
0111 growth is hardly realized by those
who do not go away from home.
The business part of the city would
be hardly recognizible by a dweller or
Plattsmouth of five years ago should
such return at the present time. The
old landmarks have vanished wonder
fully in the last two years.
The parties making the excavation
for the stone culvert on Chicago ave
nue, struck a bed of solid rock last
week and had to blast it out. This
culvert is likely lobe delayed until
next fptiug before it ean le completed
James Pettee ai Wheelei's block
continues to show his Maso;. & Ham
lin mga'ns through his dozens of sam
ples, and the Herald is glad to know
that his opening a piano and organ
room in this ciiy has met with suc
cess. Lest any should think that we were
direlict in calling attention to a much
needed improvement, we would call
the attention of the council to the
fact that Fifth street between Main
and Vine has no walk, but a solid
depth of mud.
F. M. Dorrington who was a candi
date for the Territorial House, from
Central City, Dakota, was commended
by his home paper as follows:
"Mr. Dorrington's candidacy is look
ed upon very favorably by our valley
electors. We can assure our republi
can readers of the valley's, that if
elected the Black Hills will have an
able and efficient representative in the
person of Mr. Dorrington."
The Herald hopes he was triumph
A party went over to "Wahabonsey
Lake hunting last week ; after walk
ing 90u miles, and shooting away $13
worth of animation, they returned
with three or four little ducks each.
Last week's Glen wood Paper.
That is just about the time Jones
and Smith were down to that country
where the air was black with Mallards,
where they could stand still and shoot
them faster than they could load, and
from which place they brought some
two hundred ducks home, without
half trying. The Glenwood paper is
mistaken; tho ducks were mighty
thick down there just about that time.
The annual meeting of the Cass
county Bible society was held at the
Presbyterian church Sunday evening;
Rev. Mr. Wainright preaching the ser
mon, and Dr. Black, the president of
the society, presiding at the business
meeting. The report of the treasurer
showed an indebtedness of only, forty
seven dollars which a few year ago
was five hundred. A collection in
amount S17.50 was taken up and the
following officers elected for the com
ing year: President, Wmi Hayes;
vice presidents, the Pastors of the
churches; secretary, J.B. Strode; treas
urer, C. II. Smith. The depostory for
books hereafter will be at Smith &
Black Bros., where bibles for the so
ciety can hereafter be obtained. The
Herald will publish prices soon.
their dretMiiiiiking establishment.
' I)emoeratt: whiskey flowed freely iu
Weeping Vi"Jlei on Tuesday, to the
disgrace hi d intense disgust of the in
telligent tu.d Vnneil iHjrtion of our
Mr. T. p. McCarty, residing seven
miles west of town, has sold to Mr. J.
Copple, a bon of our townsman of the
same name. Consideration not known
Mr. MrC&rty goes to Butler county.
Mr. Frank Hoakeiu, 0110 of lteed
Bros. & Cos genial clerks, connected
with the grocery department, hft this
moining for a few weik's visit to the
east. On his return Mr. lloakem will
act I 1 tho capacity of traveling sales
man for the wholesale department
of this fiim. May he have a pleasant
D.iiing Saturday's thunder storm
a hinall eottci. wo d tiee standing iu
close proximity o Mr. Cross' house at
Vic oria, w iih is well protevied by
liuhltiing tods, whs bl.atleieil lo pivots
by lithli.ii y, ihe licid paying no atten
tion to the lods, and doing no damage,
other than the destruction of the
Mr. I. E. Thompson, one of our in
telligent young farmers has been se
cured by the directors, of school dis
trict No. 83 to teach their winter term
of school. Mr. Thompsou is an able
and energetic teacher, and from a per
sonal acquaintance, we can assure
those whose childien are placed in his
charge that, Mr. Thompson being well
Qualified will prove an able and worthy
A Plciisifut feathering.
Under the auspiees of the AVoman's
Foreign Missionary society, of Mt.
Pleasant, on Weduesdar evening Nov.
1st, a large gathering of young and
old met at the home of Mr. L Frew,
and gave him and his family a gener
al "house-warming." in their new and
capacious house just completed and
moved into. An oyster p upper was
served, and some very fine literary ex
ercises, including a fine colloquy in
costume, representing several foreign
missionary fields, also tableau.
The proceeds were for the benefit of
Miss Ler.a Armstrong, now in Phila
delphia fitting herself for a missionary
physician. May she receive such like
benefits, for she is deserving of sympa
thy and aid.
From the Greenwood Eagle.
ureenwood is said to ship as many
it not more lioirs tnan any market on
the B. &. M.
Isaac Tohind's ieatn ran away last
night as he was going home and threw
him and his little girl out bruising
them pretty badly. The damage to
the buggy was slight.
William Gullion says he will have
over six thousand bushels of corn, and j
that it must all be in before snow Hies.
J. W. Tobin's team ran away with
him one day last week and threw him
out and bruised him up pretty badly.
On Sunday last Frank Gilliam, a
young man living six miles southwest
of town was thrown from a mule and
seriously hurt. It seems the mule be
came frightened at something and
started to run but stumbled, throwing
him over its head and falling with its
knee on his breast just over his heart,
and iu making the next lunge the
utile stepped on his ribs. Frank was
picked up by neighbors who carried
him to Mr. Saudlin's house, where he
lay unconscious until acout two o'clock
Sunday night. Dr. Norris, who hap
pened to be at Mr. Sandlin's at the
time, examined the wound and made
Frank as comfortable as he could un
der the circumstances. He was moved
to hi3 home one day this week and at
last accounts ho was no better.
II ATS 11
PLUSHES! PLUSH K:
Of every dUerlttUoiiJio be found at
NKXT DOOR TO M. K. CllfUCH.
COLO its, TERRA
COTTA. CADET BLUE. .
HUNTER'S GREEN, AND
OTIIFJt COLORS TOO NUMER
OUS TO ME N'T I ON. WIS HAVE
THE LARGEST STOCK
TOWN. AND ARE DETER
MINED TO SELL AT
C A N N O T
WE HAVE HATS!
AtoOc, 75e, 81.00, 1.25, 1.50. 3.08 3.0O.
TRIMMED II ATS !
From 00 cents to S-'O.OO.
TRIMMED BOA WETS
From 82.00 to 820.00.
From 25 cents to 810.00.
From 25 cents to 84.00.
WE ALSO HAVE A VERV FINE ST(CK OF
Embroidery $' Hosiery,
Every lady is invited to call and see
our styles and prices, whether she
wishes to purchase or mit.
No Trouble to Show (Joods
The place, next door to M. E. Church.
riattsmoiith, Neb., Oct. 26, I882 -3-2U.
Ktreizltt A Miller,)
; t-AcrrHr.it or
-2 A FULL LINE OF
iTOMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
-m -m A
Collars. uils, & always on nana, ai
J. G. CH
LI N CO I. Af-
Tl'KERS OF AND DEALERS IN
. IT AT JAW MARBLE,
Hones, Tablets, Mantles, &c
State Fairs. Shop next to Sar-
The T. A. M. Club held their regular
party in the hall Friday evening and
it is reported by them a very pleasant
affair. The club propose on Thanks
giving evening to hold an invitation
patty in the hail inviting their friends
to attend with them.
Last week Mr. Cams one of the B.
& M. telegraph operators at this sta
tion was awakened with someone at
the door which proved to be a man
with a dark l intern; whether it was a
burglar or a man hunting a doctor Mr.
Cams has not determined. -
There were four items in one column
of last Friday's Journal that were
taken from Wednesday's Neb. City
News and not a particle of credit giv
en. Notwithstanding this some peo
ple will insist that there is no woik
connected with running a paper.
The Nebraska City News calls the
attention of its citizens to the fact
that the boys of that town have many
places of resort evWnings that are
haunts of vice and cjrime that many
people do not surfjse exist in that
place. The same il trueof this city and
Blessed is he that runneth a paper.
Thrice oetter is he that payeth for
Blessed is the farmer who readeth a
paper; for he shall not tumble to the
racket of a patent wagon-tongue man.
Blessed be the man that desireth
not to be eternally puffed; for his re
ward shall be exceeding great.
Blessed is the- woman who hath
sense enough to know the reason her
name wa3 not mentioned in the per
sonals was because the editoi was ig
norant of the fact that she needed a
Blessed is he that i.dvertiselh. His
hanDiness shall be unbounded and his
joys unnumbered. He will live long
in the land, dij happy and have a fu
neral procession three miles long. Ex
change. Porf. Conch, the man who manu
factures the Iowa weather, has the
following prophecies for the remaind
er of this month :
10. Clearing north.
19. Driving winds.
20. Warm easterly winds.
22. Rains and snows.
26. Warmer and cloudy-.
27. Wiud and Tain.
28. Cool westerly winds.
29. Fair and cool.
30. Clear and cool.
AT JOE McVEY'S
Yom will find the Finest Imported
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine Wines, Pure Kentpcky WhisKies,
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER, Fresh
Beer alwavs on draught, and Fine Ci
gars. " 26tf.
Eight quarter sections of choice
farming lands in Cass county on reas
onable terms inquire of or write to
Sullivan & Wooley,
26tf Plattsmouth, Neb.
John Blake keeus constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. Aug.17,1882 22yl.
Manufacturingaud Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges'. ' 5tf
T ItULY VALUABLE
The Famous Cough Remedy, Marsh's
(iolUcu lJalsam, lias done Womk-rs
POSE DRUGS, CBEMICiiLs
'TTir d D
Fl N li SOAPS. PICHFVMKliY AN It liUSH Kf,
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES.
ationery S Wall Papef
And all articles usually kept by Din
Physicians Prescrijdioiis Carefully Compound td
Plattsmouth, November 2d, ltfs. U3tam.
I ' " . .
JONES $c ElKliWBAflY'G
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Livery and Sale Stablec
RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OR NIGHT,
EVERYTHING IS FI HST-CLASS TJ I E BEST TEAMS IN THE CJfY
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CARRIAGES.
TRAVELERS WILL FIND COMPLEX OUTFITS BY CALLIN'j AT TUB
INE AND FOURTH STS. Ji.lyltf. ' PLArTSMOUTII NEB.
The Finest Pressed Brick
V STlA. T'TH
Si. A NVFACliitEl) IV
rs rcccived:oV any qu
id in a satisyctory mt
1 it :
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURNITURE t COFFINS,
and all kimli of ko1s usually kept in
Your Golden Balsam is a truly val
uatle medicine. It has done wonders
for me. I had a severe spell of 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 no re mroat anu
hard cough. You gave me a bottle of
your Balsam on trial, which very
much relieved my throat and cough,
end after taking two two bottles I was
, 1 . , ...fn.l tn mv hui??new I pun
cheerfully recommend it to all suffer MetalliC&fOQIlCOfflllS.CaSktS.PiOlieS,
IRON r KOiNTS,
r work in Columns nnf loj
VG of ull kinds. Our Xh
Our facilities for heavy
not surpassed in the State
for all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing.
freight and time.
Parties building in any part of the State
March 11th, 1882.
THIS CELEBRATED -AX
FIRST CLASH FCRXITl'BE STOKB
Also, a very complete etock of Funeral Goods,
intr with hard cough, or weak lungs.
riinnn Fawcett, Kansas City, Mo.
Marsh's Golden Balsam is for sale
by Smith & BlacK iiros, aruggists.
Large bottles 50 cents and Si. 00.
Wo continue to
set is solicitors for
trsde-marks, copyrights, etc.. for
the United States, and to obtain pat
ents in canaa. xjijjibuu, r ranee,
enta in v.au", ..'b1"". riwi
Germanv, and all other countries.
Thirtv-ili years' practice. N
charge for examination of models or draw-
to the T-atonta obtained thrmiKh are noticed is.
Canadian Pacific Construction.
Rorts from Niuissing are
effect that the Canadian Pacif
emplojed on their line of road between
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Mattawa and Algoma Aims, anu mat eWEEiii,Yatt30ayear.
in winter when rock cutting is to be Si, Jetted to bo
carried ou this uumber -will be increas-
Our New and elegant hearse is alway in
Remember the place, in UNION
IBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found nielit or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24U3 PLATTSMOUTH. NEB.
IIOKSH SHOEING & WAGON KEPAIEING.
in urns or FariliDiEiE2ts Meilesl Hft
Neatnes and Dispatch.
'Knric AMEKICASf, which ha.
ifiC Rail- je" taro3t circulation, an.1 is the most influ-
have over 2.000 men entia ;
ed to 3,000. Construction trams aie
now running as far west as Nipissing.
The company expect to have the road
completed to Algonia Mills by May 1,
and iron steamers will be placed on
the route between that point and Fort
William ag soon as navigation opens.
Thus the syndicate purpose following
the oft-ridiculed policy of using iDfand
m I . A Vn nAnl int f lift innQiT1in
a campaign again such resorts uere t wi i uu,us
T&!Sr'T,'r . N Pn ' wonH b? a blethe community. tioif L" ne- .
science, tnechanicii. inventions, enpnecrin
.sTind other departments of indnstnal
tmbliahod in any conntry. Smgla
Sold iJ all new.
s brmail. 10 cents.
Address, Mflnn A Co., pubhshars of Saeo.
tific African, 261 .Broadway, New lork.
Handbook bou4 patent - ,
tf f A
TkMi up by le n,n.de"Ie(1.
about three moouw ". "--. c. -- ,
white spots. noLi- MV .uMxf. m-.l
The owner niaj -- - .. I
'out t r X a
Kigbk Mil Grore. Neb Oct. .
Zebra to a uiranc
vana see us.
vi... . - I.. In anl "IS
-t cr Vl "I. pi 'ii .
iln Aaertts for the 2 Potato! MB. HUH
We will tll thit wtre a t-eiy w w
A cou"h cold or sore throat should 1m.
ktopped." Neglect frequently result in
an incurab-e luug disease or consump
tion Brown's Bronchi il Troches docs
not disorder the stomach like cough syr
ups and balsams, but act directly on the
inflamed parts, ai!ayinr irritation give re
lief in asthma, broucl.iti, coughs catarrh
and the throat troubles which singers and
public f iienker are subject Jo. For
thirty years Brown s Bronchial 1 rot ties . not a
have Leen rt com lovnded 'V physic iaoH,;' it, b
-n.l tu.ve always ivcu hatfaetioo.iiill r
Havio" been tested by wide and con?tan, (W
use for nearly h tire generation, the- I , cW'1
have attained well-merited rank an i.jlftf
the few staple njmcuio. iut uSv. h j'
ixiX evervwnere. i -
at 2 rents a
Important to irareiwrs. r
Special uiu . - . . v. Ju,i
i, UorlincUHi route. It will i rr!
tn rflml their wlvertisement to
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