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.V it iiii'l in til I.flH,
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k 11 LSI DKN'l LOT.'
I nlni ill ii n , or any uiln-r in n, u
tlllllHT UHlllT Ilia 1UII rtx.l nil .
coUl ir ti l from a dinner t it (
ii tlif ilusty, Miioky aliops.
tlii'i'f tti ten niniutcH walk
Iiojii liia work. Cull ou
J AS. S. MATHEWS,
T at Law and Ri-al Khtate A'i ut.
Ker's Storr.will make terms to suit
3 from to $50
,r for Cast), to men tlmt will build
IaI fur &irfi-uliilfi-f '.
El FN II Y BCFCK
arc, ktc, trc,
f All DwriptioiiS.
-LLIC BURIAL CASES
uly iiinile and sold clirup for eaili
'.)' FIX E HEARSE
".V KKADY lOlt SEUVICK.
:; .i'r:sfur iast patronage.
! .i:i i .' iniiiii my
M t 'IK l OKKIXM
itis 9 0
ii ;-ie w.nii', for sale at
uasalo and Retail
ion & Nathan,
Machine and, Plow re-
'it;, anil yeneral jobbing
, ,.u a io do all kinds of repairing
i:ii oilier machinery, as there
g.xid lathe in my shop.
VETER RAD EN,
Reliable Wagon Maker
.en charge of the wagon shop.
,i;uown as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
man ana niczir lasac
aor tm HtrIht Miller.)
illiilf 1 umuiuuu.
J A large Tine or
W, Collars, fMjs Sc.,
L Irays In stock.
kinds neatly done n
f sort notice.
'.hffrn Fourth and Fifth,
x fOHT. Buine Manager,
-buiul Manier. Tl
3t anfi Most BeliHi
FALL SB MTEH I
i u Ufa kai a n k u ur aa u w u u w m s i hu mi T
,ll IJ i. ..4. .... ti
I I J I
J Jf' H
JOS. V. WECKBAOH,
OUH DHY GOODS
LACES .A. 1ST ID TIEIIMIIbIXIS C3-S
Carpels, Oil Cloths,
Our display in this line is
In immense stock, for the
JOS. V. WECKBACH.
T If M Rlf i
4ilt. PEAR1L & 7th
Dealers in nil kinds of
LOWEST Fit 1E,
t An i
lAFULL LINE OF
fCollars, Whins, &e
G. CHAMBERS & SON'S.
C. B. PARKER & CO.,
LINCOLN AND PLATTSMOUTH, INEB.i
M AX V FACTUM EE3 OF
Granite MoiWents, Headstones Tablets, Mantles, &c
virt Premiums Awarded "Work at Four State Fairs. Shop next to Sur
veyor General's 0
tj A V 1) M IL LT ATt ra vel i n S Salesman.
... i I..IHB. v
TIIK - -
OOODS. ami the
inspection of tlie
art of elegant
V E L V KTEEXS,
it i9 aoous,
Rugs and Mattings,
more complete than ever.
Fall ami Winter Trade.
Aiitt Tinners stoci
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
Fale by J. S. Duke.
Covers &c, &c.
alwavs on liantl, at
AND DEALERS IX
AND ITALIAN 3IABBLE,
r- r nt rrt
rVBLISIIEU EVEBT THCESDaY
TIlR Platttmnnth UppoI DnMiclninr Pn
- . UVI UIU A UlUiliUllt W.I I
Chrlatma fati vltirs art tha ordar
af tha dar In tha citr aad tha dav will
b fully celebrated.
The Boston Operatic minatrela c'rjw
K'mhI house and the entertainment
wns proiiouucad un entire success.
From a Utah paper the IIbbald
noien that Mr. and Mrs. liorniaon (Mrs.
H formerlj Miss Dakin) are the hap
py parents of a baby boy
Tim ieople of tl a city should not
fotu"t the lKor on Christmas: whtrs-
ever tnay may be mme little a d ea-
temled will do much to biifhten the
day for them.
Miss Laura OverlaudT and Miss
Anna Livingston two of Plattsmoutb'a
accomplished young la lies were la the
city visiting Wins Bessie Andersen,
during the early part of tha week.
J. G. Chambers & Son. having oat-
grown their former placs of business,
have moved tbeir harness shop into
more commodious quarters, in the
Lehnhoff building. We are glad to
note these evidences of prosperity.
Christmas at the Presbyterian
church will be celebrated on Saturday
evening with a Christmas tree and ap
propriate exercises. On the same
evening the M. E. Sunday school have
their concert and celebration in Rock-
The IIeuald desires to call the at
tention of its patrons to the fact that
the office has just received the ham'
somest foi.t of script type ever before
rcehed. It is something entirely
new and for card, invitation and extra
fine work is unequalled.
i rom Chicago paoers and program
mes, the II wiALD is pleased to learn
of Miss Nellie French's success in her
select school in that city. Since open
ing her school nhe had met with grati
fying success in her work, receiving
many words of commendation.
"While we are enjoj ing nice smooth
roads and a dry winter, reports from
the east say they are having sleigh
riding with occasional changes of rain
and mud. Nebraska is always a little
ahead climatically, politically or any
other way that is productive of good.
Si in merman Sentenced to Hang.
Matt Simmerman, the horse thief
and accomplice of Dick Belmont in
the murder of Sheriff Jack Woods and
oiuers at iuinuen in tins state, was
tried last week, the jury finding him
guilty of murder in the first degree.
and Judge Gaslin sentenced him to
be hanged by the neck until dead on
the 21st dav of next April. He will
remain in the penitentiary in Lincoln
until the day of execution.
Christmas Serf ices at the Eptneopal
On Sunday evening next instead of
the regular service in St. Luke's, this
city, there will be a children's carol
service. The church will be deco
rated for the occasion and illuminated
and a very pleasant time will be the
On Christmas morning at a. m.
there will be regular church service,
the church will be illuminated and the
services conducted by the rector. All
are corda!lv invited ti attend both
Coining Amnsf aitats.
Manager Young, of the opera house,
has the following first-class troups
booked for future entertainments:
For the Anal opening of the opera
boose on the evenings of January 6th
and 8. Ii. the Agnes Wallace Villa Dra
matic Opera Bouft Co.
On the evening of January the 17th
Levitts Gigantic Minstrels appear and
on the Slst the management have en
gaged Wm Hoar Lingard's Stolen
Kisses Combination who appear be
fore a Plattsmouth audience for the
first time. February 19lh, Chas. A.
Gardner appears in "(Jan. also a new
company to Plattsmouth.
For Rich and Poor.
The sale of reserved seats for the
school exhibition begun Tuesday, The
price of admission has been put at 25c
n order that all may be able to attend ;
and the Superintendent has used every
endeavor to see that any who may not
le able to bear this tax are supplied
with tickets free of cost. Instructions
have been given to the teachers that
if they know or hear of any such, they
can procure tickets of him to send to
the same without giving any names.
be is anxious that all should attend
and would be sorry to hurt the feelings
of any The seats can be reserved at
Phil Young's by paying an extra 10c.
No complimentary tickets have
been, or will be given to anyone except
the press, the clergy, and the board of
education, to whom they of right be
long. W. W. Dkcmmox, Sup't.
Cedar Creek Letter.
Cedar Creek, Dec. 19, 1882.
j-.d. herald: tne xIerald came
duly at hand last week, and was read
and appreciated by most of our citi
Quarrying in W. II. 13. Stout's stone
quarry is at present suspended. The
steam shovel is yet at work preparing
for the quarrymea in warmer weather.
The people are becoming aware of
the proficiency of Dr. Duff, who came
here about six months ago, and now is
riding night and day.
J. II. "Worley went to Hatlsmouth
last Saturday to replenish the County
Mr. S. Dewey, formerly of Cedar
Creek but now of Weeping Water,
gave bis old home a call on Sunday.
As Mr. Tom Williams was calling
on his lady friend at Mr. Geo. Say lea
Sunday night, his team broke away
and Tom's pleasure was turned into
anguish. He borrowed a horse) and
overtook his team south of here, and
the next morning borrowed II, Inhel
der's buggy to take his friend to where
she is teaching school. Tom came,
saw, and at last conquered.
Mrs. Smalley did not go ou her in
tended visit to Naw Jersey. Her fi
ther, Mx. Sheets, starts to-day. be will
to read More Anon.
Avoca, Nob., Dec. 14, 188?.
Tlduklni ft leir no' from thii
prapcroua rtl'ara iniht Ivtcreit
ioe of your miuy reader. w
pl"turt lo com nil nif them.
l lie mot ausoroing u.eine l.ere a
present wr ting. ! th- offer by son.
eastern capitalists to put up a 10,-
COi slraiu flouriu mill, if the
town will raise tliein oue thousand
dollars which it seems ther bid fai
to do; tl.eu you kuow we are to hav
tne wiDiih crossing by ana by, a
any rate the ttwn is g owing and 1
diag a food business.
Lagrauge & to., oue or our mos
enterprising firms aro selling piles of
goods, and are appreciated for thei
liberality and fair dealiug.
(). T. Hock well carries a nice Kn
of groceries, boots and shoes Im
good trade, and says Avoca is tl
eomiug ton n
We fount! A. L. Marshall qir.te busy
i i his d'tig atom and were surprised
to see so good a stoek iu a uew town
G. II. Sawjer sutcceds Chase
Beardlev Jan. lfct. He will tbn
open one of the best hardware stort
iu the bounty; success to Irs effort.
Tedt Si Sou ruu the post-office aud
sell town lots at good late to aciuul
We find a branch store of It. II
Ilaller, here, doing a lively business
under the management of Mr. Lnupp
who has been iu the employ of It. 11
ilaller for over ten years; which is
certain guarantee that l)au knows
how to sell goods in a inauner to
please his customers.
Mr. ftcbnng, the obliging ngi uf of
the Mo. Pacific, reports a is il tlmw
Ing Of freights received and forward
ed, oue iu tact, lhit u oul I bo credit
able to a town of twice ihe size. V
will notice the doius of the other
fellows at another time.
Sonth Bend Letter.
South Bend, Neb., Dt. 16 The
equilibrium of tho Iicud has not been
disturhoi by auv iiiiuuul occurrence
for sonic time. Trade is livclv, ts
pecially the grain trade.
it. J. bireighi auu il,. t,. Day, are
the grain buyers. They, still pav 30
cents per bushel for corn, while, nt
the adjoining shipping place;, buy
ers arc paying considerable less
Wo are ghtd to nolo tho rcturu a
)r. aiewart anu wite Iroin their vieu
il. U. folk, tormeoiy attorney at
Louisville, but now associated with
the IIkkai.1), was in town Tuesday,
looking alter the mtcrefcU of that )n-
Mr. II:iV8, who has been overseeing
the construction of the bridge at this
place, gocn to Ashlauu next week to
complete tho bridge there.
Mis Lucret la C'ary has gone to
Michigan to fcpend the winter. We
were just ready to condole Mr Keller
on his misfortune, but we found an
other Miss filling Mix C's place very
h or ways that are dark and tricks
that are vain, Mrs. K. is peculiar.
Joe Mc'Caig is look(lukc)ing around
tne iseuu every two wceK6; ana it is
rumored that, ere loug, Miss Luke
will become Mrs. McCaig; then Joe'i
iutcrcst in thtf Baud will dwindle,
Joe is a good fellow and we arc wil
ling to undergo a loss that he may bo
3i r. lioiirame was in town last ev
ening to get some carp shipped him
by the fish commissioners at Washing
ton. We understand Mr. Room no is
getting rich from his pccuTar busi
Tho young fellows have a ho once
a week, ai:u frcm the lafe hours they
keep, we judge they eujo themselves
I lie ice on the Platte had a very no
ticeable etl'cct ou the number a; cl urch
Wd are to liavo a Ciirisim is tree iu
conuection with au cuiertaiuiiieut bv
the Sabbath school.
f.. 1 I .. . . . .1 T . nn.l . ,
iu x iaiiMi'oui n, ryov. xain. a
large and valuable Browu Scarf, with
clouded stripes of irrteu aud red:
haud kuit anyone tiudii.g ihe same
and leaving it at the post-otlice or at
Dovey'S store, will bo liberally re
warded. K. Cooley.
Mt. Pleasant, Cass Co. icb.
Do not be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine
advertisements everywhere, it is truly
gratifying to find one remedy that is
worthy of praise and which really
does as recommended. Electric Bit
ters we Can vouch for as bsisff a true
aud reliable remedy, and one that will
do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver complaints.
diseases or the Kidneys and Urinary
difficulties. We know whe eof wa
speak, and can readily say, give them
a trial. Sold at fifty cents a bo- tie. Ht
Koin ris' Pharuacy. 4v-ow ly
Farmers and others desiring a gen
teel, lucrative aitencv business. !
which So to $20 a day can bo earne.l-
seud aUdres nl once, on postal, to li"
C. W ilkinson & Co.. 195 and 197 Ful
ton St., New York. 40i6m
No Xedicine Can
be Compared to
Balaam for tke
Throat and Longs.
"Last month I took a severe cold.
I coughed terribly and could not alerp
at night. I had a druggist prepare me
some cough syrup, but it did me no
good. I then tried Maksu's Golden
Balsam and was cured at once. It is
a delightful remedy." Henry L. Cool.
I have used many cough remedies in
my family, but dob that could possi
bly compare with Marsh's Gold en
Balsam. F. . Anderson, St. Joseph
Marsh's Golden Balsam is fr
sale by Smith & Black Bros.' drug
gists. Large bottles, 50 cents 1.nd 81.
Trial size. 10 cents.
Mae Pkysielass Outdone.
It is generally conf.(dered a pretty
difficult task te outdo a physician, bat
tne following wiu conclusively prove
wnere ntng pny.icians are completely
outdone. Mrs. Helen Pkarviz, 831,
Dayton &t, Cb'.cago. Ill, waa treated
for consumption by nine physicians.
and all pronounced her ease incerable.
Seven bottles of Dr. King'a New Dis
covery for consumption completely
cured her. Doubting one please drop
her a postal and coo vine yourselves.
Trial bottles free at Roberts' Pharna
All parties knownicg tbemselve in
debted to ne are notiled to call and
make settlement by the first of Janu
ary as all outstanding accounts most
be settled at that time.
S9t4 W. H. SCHILDKNECHT.
It will pay rou to read Wise's eel-
utun iu this paper, yoo may find just
what yon want. " SStf
Jey, ley to theWorld.
If yen mejt a man who looks as if
he had lost all his friends had Ms
bouse burned down and business de
atroved. just make up your mind that
ne either hat dyspepsia or his liver is
ut of order.. The best thing you ran
do for such h woe begone Individual is
to advlno htm to go to Smith & Black
Hro.'a drug tore, and get a bottle of
Dr. Jones' lied Clover Tonic, which
will euro him without fail. Also an
infallble teinedv for pimples and
blotcUee on the face. Only 50 cents a
Go to W.iriick'a for school looka
Bedroom hikI par or Sets at reduced
rates at Henry Bo ck's. t4
Try Will J. Warrick's poultry pow
der tor cholera, drooping, &c, and be
convinced cl il merits.
J ust received, a large invoice of toy
suites, dressing cases, beds, cribs tables
chairs. perMiibuUtvis. le.ts. et;.
3if II A Kit l.i St, I'NSIH.
Cue Will J. Warrick's Condition
powder it excels all others. 3Gl4
For Lame Hack. Side or Chest u.e
Sujloh's Porous Plasters.
SHILOII'S COUGH and Consump
tion cure is Sold by us on a guarantee.
It cures eoiifiimption.
SHILOIPS VITAL1ZEU is what
you need for Constipation. Loss of
Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms
of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh's Cure. For sale by
34eowly Smith A Black Bros.
Johusou Bros., the hardware men,
will move into the Kockwood block
as soon as coinpletod. 3Gif
"A Treatise ou the Horse," regular
price '25 cents, mv price 15 cents.
86t4 " W. J. Warkkk.
Baby orgau.s, family orguuHof vari
ous styles. Prices. 50. 60. til.
$93 and upwards; we can suit you all
in styles ami prices. Opera housu
block. 36 5
Fine spun silk parlor suites 19 per
cent less than Omaha prices.
37 tf Harris & Unkuh.
at Bennett &
Tke Keystone of Health.
How can you expect to feel well, or
even enjoy life, when you go about
with a hacking cough? The fool, in
his wisdom, says there is no cure for
it, but the wise mm hies him to Smith
& Black Bro.'a drui; store, and gets a
bottle of Dr Bigel.jw's Positive Cure,
auu at once gels well. A trial bottle
costs nothing. Oct.2e4wly.
Coal oil at arrack's drug store.SG4
Murphy sells Bremner's crack
lim34 Paints oils
itid varnishes at War
rick 's drug store. Imc34
Weckbach sells Bremner's crackers.
Go to Warrick's for wall paper and
window curtains. lmo34
Schkgei's special brands of homo
manufactured cigars are the leaders in
the market and are mado from the
best quality of tobacco. 30tf
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
WILL YOU SUFFEB with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's
Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you.
&L,t.trL.K&s jn tutus, made mis
erable by that terrible couph. Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you.
CATARRH CUBED, health and
sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Kemedy. Price 50 cents. Irasal
injector tree, t or sale oy
34eowly SMITH & BLACK BROS.
A special line of laces, embroider
ies and an assortment of fancy goods
wm be sold at cost until r ter holidays
Zephyrs reduced to ten its. an ounce.
u e must reauc stock tor new spring
stock. L'orne ana cxunuie our st'ck
before purchasing, it will pay you to
do SO MRS. JOHXSOW Jfc SWEKNET.
Ckrisluias I Christmas I
Dennett A Lewis will have an im
mense stock of confectionary of all
kinds for the holiday trade: come and
see us and get prices. 3912
Pure sweei cider for mince
Bennett & Lwi&. 3912
At A. G. Halt A, Go's you can at all
times geu the best of besf. spare-ribs.
tenderloin ana all the choicest meats
this market affords and at bottom pri
ces. Kemeinber their location is now
on the north aide of Main street. It
Go to Ben net'
- Save your teeth b using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycerine Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy 1 Cleanse! Preserve! tf
Has resumed business apii't, will buy
and sell all kinds of Furniture. Also
buys Iron, Metals and Bags. I advance
money on an knds oi good.
J ALOIS. JEVT.
Plattsmouth, Neb. Oct. 14. 1SS2 tf.
Don't lorrot that a Mafoii Jc Ilain-
id or" an is- a holiday ireeut t hat
will stay by your dear U-ieud longer
ban almoet anvthnitr edse rou can
give and give her better.- satisfaction.
86to James Pcttee, Agent.
A full and complete lino in )l the
latest styles. The ladies -will find our
lock compete and we are sellirg at
the lowest margins kl j. v.
32ff bach's. :
Eight quarter sections of choice
farming lands in Cass countv on reas
onable term) inquire of or write to
UT-LIVAN tS WOOLET,
26tf- Plattsmouth, Neb.
TSew Music Store.
Pianos, '.irzaus. and musical mer
chandise t Opera house block. 36t5
Forty acres of land one half mile
from Plw:tmoulb, same will be sold
in whole of in lots to suit purchasers.
Inquire of Wheeler A Bennett.
37 1 5 f
Farm for rent near town; also team
for sale. Inquire of J. B. Strode. S6t3
Crites rtnd Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court Uoufe. Plattsmouth. Neb. 5t0m
New goois arriving daily
Young Den thinking of attending
school this Vinter should send for a
-circular of the "Wyman Commercial
Osllegeof Omaha. The studies are
practical ad the institution a good
ine. : 39t4
Select your pre tents early at
1,000 O M-da ef Wood
ibr sale by W. "Wise. 3-U
Fine wax and. china dolls at
lEryen'a. , : S9t
L. C. I
MOTHKIli! MOTH GUSH MOTH EH3 tl
Are you disturbed at ulght and broken
of your Kt by u sick child suffering and
crying MitU the excruciating pain of cut
ting teeth f If so. go at once and get a
bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING 8YUUP. It will relieve the poor
litlle hulit'ier immediately depend uMn
it; i lu te ia no mi-duke about It. There is
nut a iiiiitlur mi earth whohaa ever Uned
it, hIiu will lint tell you at once that it
hi. I n giiitttc the bowels, and give rest to
the iiiuWirr, and relief aud health lo the
child. ox-ratiug like magic. It is per
fectly cute to um: in all cuacn, aud pleas
ant tin- l isle, hihI N the prcfcription
ol one id' the t'itlot ami beat telltale phy-
H j.i.ii- .mil iiurm's in thu United Statca.
fcii t-vcry where. 2 cents a bottle.
A cough, cold or sora throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in
an iiu-t.i ..! c luug dixcaMe or consump
tion. liiiiu's lironchl.il Troches does
not disorder Ihe ctomnch like cough syr
up. and I'iiImiiiis, but act directly on the
h.iliiuied parti., aliasing ii i itatiou give re
lit I in iiktmiiH. In. 'in liiti.-, coughs catarrh
ami 1 1 if iliimtt irixibles which ampersand
pub.ic .-.. iik i re subject to. For
thim t ui iiuiis llronchial Troches
have l.i-in ii ct-ii un iitli d by physicians,
ami li.tw .VHV giveu satisfaction.
lluiiiir lcii tented by wido and conHtant
ue l"tr iifiiiiv hu entire generation, they
have attained well merited rank among
the lew stiij.le remt .lies ot the ae. Sold
at U"i t-eiili a Ihii everyw here.
Buckleu'o Arnica alte.
The best s;i!vo l.i the world for cuts,
bruises, sorts, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bauds, chilblains
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Puce 35 cents per box. For
sale at Roberts' Pharmacy. 371y
AT JOE McVEY'S
Yoh will find the Finest Imported
French lliandv. C hampaign, and other
Fine Winex, Pine Kentucky WhisKies,
several of the I f st and most popular
brands of DoTTLE BEEU. Fresh
Beer always ou draught, and Fine Ci
In portaut to I revelers.
Special inducements are. offered you
by the Burlington route. It wil! pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this, issue. 47tf
J. V. Weckbach ha& on hand a large
and w ell stlected stock of carpets, and
more coming. He will have tho larg
est and finest line ever offered in this
Money to loan; easy terms on im
proved lands. Sullivan & Woolf.t.
5tf at Union Block
Fifteen Cent Lunch.
Next to Clark's grocery I have open
ed a 15 i.ent lunch room; Coffee. Bread
and butter. Meat, and I'otatoes for 15c.
Farmers come and see me.
29 -lino J.I. Antil.
Direct from the sea shore, constant
ly on hand, al the Central Restaur
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
John Blake keens constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. Aug.17,1882 22yl.
Manufacturing and Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges'. 5tf
Wheeling tobies at Warrick's. lmo34
5.000 fence posts for sale. Call on
or address 36tf P. L. Wise.
We are making a specialty of fine
chairs for the holiday trade.
37tf Harris & Unkuh.
Perfumes, fine soaps, combs, brushes
&c, at Warrick's drug store. lmo34
Mrs. M. A. Buler. Ladies Nurses, f
long experience. Best of Reference.
Residence, Picnic Hill.
Plattsmouth, Neb. Aug. 31. ,82 3ui.
At Schlegel's cigar store may always
be found the very best brands of smok
ing and chewing tobaccos in the mar
Bremner's crackers at Weckbach's.
Bremner's crackers at W. II. Bakers.
A Common-Sense Remedy.
A'o more IlIi"ini;ttiNin, ioa.t or
Immediate Relief Warranted. .
Permaneat Core Guaranteed-
Fice year etaltlMtetl and nevtr 7f.i-n lo fail
in a siiiyle cae. acute w ehrouie. Hrter lit nil
jrrvmincnt phuxiciaw and tiruvoiLt for the
utandina of Salicylica.
THE ONLY DISSOLVE! OF THE TOISON -OUS
URIC ACIII WHICH EXISTS IN THK
BLOOD OF RHEUMATIC AND UOU.T Y PA
TIENTS. MAl.14JYt.ICA in known a :i eommtm-seni-e
remedy. lier;iut- It ilrike dirrily nt I lie
caui-e of Rli-uiuutiMii. (lout ami Nt-ural;ia.
while so many so-calletl xiiecific.i i.ntl nipposed
panaceas only treat locally the eP.ectn.
It has been conceded by eml .lent scientlstn
that outward applications. . jell as ruliliinK
Witb oilii, ointments, lmiiiie:t.s. aud sootliiiiK
lotions will not eradicate tlie-e (lise;oos wliieli
are the result of the poiso niug of the Mood
with Uric Acid.
HAL1CYLICA work with marvelous ef
feot on this acid and so removes the disorder.
It is now exclusively useii bv all celebrated
physicians of America and- Europe. Highest
Medical Academy of l'arm re ports y5 l'i-r cent
cures ia three days.
that Htl,l( YLIC is a certai enre lor
RHEUMATISM, (iOUT a:id NK JRALH1A.
The most 'ttense pains arc subdued almost in
ttautly. (iiv it a trial. lU-lief guaraiiteit or money
Thousands of ten! Inu.uials sen', on applica
tion. $1 a Box. G Boxes fo'- S3.
Sent free by mail on receipt o' money.
ASK YOU It DrUGCIST FOR IT.
I'.nt rtn nut be deluded into t ikin iniifatiune
or subHiiiutcH. nr soini-ttiiu rt-cnmm-iiidt-d as
jusi as (food !" Iuvist on t' e Keouine with the
name of WASHBURN K 'JO., on each box.
w hich is Kuarautet-d chemk jilly pure under our
f iunature. an indiHilensible i ptjuisite to insure
succeiis In tiie treatment. Take no other, or
send to u.
Waahburne Co., l'roprietors.
287 Broadway, cor. ReadnSt.. . NEW YORK.
L. C. i f VSN
PURNITURE t C0FFI1TS,
and nil kl.nl" i t ci"tls iisunlly l.rpt l'i a
fi KMT CI.AHN IT ItMTIItl'. MTOItH
Also, a vi-ry i-oinplcle slock of I'lliu-lal (iooils,
E MULE MS, Ao.
Our New and elt'uant lit'iimn l always In
Rememlier the .l:ice, iu UNION
(BLOCK. Sixth Sire. t. TWO
Doors smith nf Cass Coun
Wheal' up mn) be found night oi il iv.
HARRIS & UNRU'K,
rt.ATTSMCt 'I It. M H.
1IOKSK SHOKINO V.c;N IMT'A I l!l Nti.
All Kinds of Farm lmulemcnts Kcaflctl win
Neatni'SH ami Di.spati I
Horse, 3IuleA: Ox Shoeing.
In short, we'll shoe anything that bur
four feet, from a Zebra to a (liralfe.
Come and sec its.
n Filth St between Main and Vine 8ri't-t.
ust arros? ic corner from t h nkw IIKKAI
1, " A'A: il ' i-ii'". 4''J':Mil:ii-..!li
JOHNS OK BROS.,
3 Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
Also A'tnts ,r th: 2 Pointed MERCHANT'S UNION It A RH WIRE
Wt will sell this Wire tx Cheap as any wire in the market. Hive us A call
JOftES & ElKEIMBAtfY'S
3IGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OR NIGHT.
EVERYTHING IS FIRST-CLASS THK BKST TEAMS IN TI.K CITY
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CARRIAGES.
TRAVELERS WILL FIND COM PLE I.E (tUTFITS KV V ALU NO AT TUB
VINE AND FOURTH STS. .lulvlf. PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
The Finest Pressed Brick
I2T T-BE STATS,
n A XT V A V
Orders ruceiviid Tor any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those nt(kmjfatin: to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of frontier Stable,
Cass County Iron Works
JOHN' WAY3IAN, Proprietor.
Our facilities"Yor heavy work in Columns and Castings for Business IIou .
oot surpassed in tne EMaie.
MACHINE REPAIRING of all kinds.
..ii .i.caM tt wnrlr in f run
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing.
frepartis buildmR in an, part of the State Humid write for our terms on
CASS COTTITT'Sr JJOIT WORKS
'1 ho riatlsiiKiii li Weekly
I lie lHi;i-l,OI Nt imhI I'tst
See our i liililiing list this week, and
aiiai-ge to secure jour winter's read
LOW ri ATES
and any iildiealii li iu the list at a
small udviiiii-r ovt t tin cost of one.
Iir.lt A LI)
John It. Co c lliahanloaro lunn. hi
now a Urt-(iltt '1'lNNEIt. Counult
for irlo on ull binds of tin work,
TO I.OI ). I'.ilt.VI
i.is. ri:itvis r,tM,
II M I.I.IV tN UOOI.IA
( )lit ai lied, niiil nil oilier l.n -' n. in
tlie U. S. Patent ullice nlt.'iid. d I., lor
m(H)i:i:a ri: i i;i.s.
Our ollii-c i uppoiie iln I'. S P
cut nllii-e. iiihI we i nn obtain pulelMs
in IcKsliuii- llinii tlioxe rciiiiile Iroin
WASH I X TUN.
Sen I MODKI- or I . A U 1 M ; We
liilviM' iis lii paten I a oil . I In I
charge; mill we laakc NO ('IIMMIKS
I'XLKSS WIMMII AIN PAT K. NT.
We i eler. here, to the Post master,
the Snpt. of Monev Order div., hihI
the utlii iiil of the V. S. Piitenl oHlce.
For ; irriilnr, ndvii-e, terms, and rcfer
enrcs to iii'linil elientH in our own
stall; or i-oiintv, uililir-s
"C. A. SXOW d- t .
Opposite Patent tUllee. Washington,
AX FOR SALE BY
II. ' Jl'. :'.!' , '
; :V ::r'-c';!t:,'i'.':l'!',i!- - '
. S,, - V ,.
6'hNNER STARl t-
T 17 It K I 2 Y
Our Machine Shop
is fuMy fuip-i
ern price . "'
We duplicate all caster
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