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ihiIIi Mini 1-Iil V itml
in st ti' l:i 'l hi-r
Aii Eressmaiim Parlors,
Tnrvw nriwtr Tin.HTilHs:
;S BLOCK, UP ST MRS.
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! jiln,.l 'o lm a Sc. Ex-
pit Mil it i iittuni. yuan'
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X Acres Jtd'otr in City Lot,
I 'U l lur City limit
l mil mi?-
, ji l I l 4 it J V.
JlKSl lHXT LOTS
man, or.nriy oiii'-r mhiii, '"
Jn'rli. lur.uu'liT lirotti roofiurl
rnKl giui frotn'it lAimi r uil
4 i;t ll.t- tlil'.tv, t tiiok s!imj.
tliri't-tte tL-i iuiii'ifV -waik
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Arc, r.j, nr.,
. -OJS-AU Vejcrij'tiniiS.
TALC BURIAL GASES
z-s, ready iii;i4i mill sold olirn) for cnsli.
M V Fl NlFlfaA ItSK
. M)v i:::.vi)V vol: skkviimc.
i iiiii:i II::ii.ks fin i:ist I'.i'.ri'tia.
i'.I !i i ill nun t : : 1 1 1 1 1 . . - my
l.AKi;!: STOCK t)V
o. Chrk Jr. & Co.
(in tlio worlJ, (r ":il" at
wholesale and Retail
Uxyjli, Machine arvl Ploir re
in'ir, awl ytntrul jobliwj
i.r'M. ;red to do all kimls at roairiiB
hi iiii otht-r mar-liiiH-ry. :ls tlurre
is a g-od lallie iu my shop.
1 Reliable Wason Maker
' ikeu I'liawe of the waaoii shop,
t il k:iovti us a
NO. 1 WOKKM.VN.
;&Sa an.l l!u;ilf raailr to
emtor to Ntrflzht Jk. Stiller.)
$ mm HARNESS.
A targe line or
Bridles, Collars,. Whips &c,
'. ways in stock.
ig of all kind neatltj donetn
rttrert. betveen Fourth ml Fifth,
X hi P. 1 1
3 . CO
M anft Most Heliie
SO HAVE WE MOVED !
AND YOU WILL FIND IS IN TIIK
Oj toi-ite Win. IFi'iolil', witSi u full line of
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON.
our m'T mom
Carpels, Oil Cloths,
Our (iiji:!v ia tlii- line t
D Bff' E 3
1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! i
I irz -rvr tt.t
Jj U tilJaJjtdJJL
7 f p.
v vVWiM Tinner s' Ml
illilCOF ALL KINDS
; y i i i i i
I PARKER &
LINCOLN AND PLATTSHOUTH,
mam K.vci t i:i:i;.s of ami pkai.eks is
'AM4HKICAN AX1 ITALIAN 3IARBLE,
Granit't Monuments, Headstones Tablets, Mantles, &c
First Preailvms Awatded Woik at Four
veyor Gentfils Otiiee.
A. S. FOliES. Foreman
M1W 1 ml
i ' i! 'i i t i I
!i:l tho iao.-t i'iiHijlfte
i.;' tlii1 jaililic.
5 A 'RT'IYL
9 J t ?
4. i.lte i
YKLY i: I KKNS,
Bugs and Mattings,
more' complete titan ever.
Kail iirul Winter Yra le
all kimls of
rm sp-ivr- st " ! A
FOR SALE BY
lc by J. S.Duke.
'Shop next to ffr-
I tltUSIIKI) EVERY THURSDAY
The Flattsmonth Herald PaNisIiiBE Co.
The juvenile band In this city Is a
Bucces and a good many wereaurprUed
hearing ttiem, to find how well the
boys could do.
A good many overcharged drluker
were making a racket on the street
Christmas night but the disturbance
was early quelled and the city quiet at
an early hour.
The special term of the district
court closed last week and the times
for holding sessions in this county tfie
coming year have not yet been fixed
by the Judge.
The coming session of the legislature
will take a good many politicians
from this county up to Lincoln to
watch the doings of the sessions and
put in an oar in the election of a U. S
Messrs. John McKeever and Charles
Herrmann have opened the finest bil
liard hall in the city up stairs in the
Haszor-iliefc building, corner Main and
Fifth street, tlin firm have one of the
lightest roo'iia in the city, easy of ac
cess and Just, adapted for such a place.
They h:ive four entirely new Bruns
wick & IS ilk t.ihles with fixtures c m
plete. Th.-v l:a ve adopt 1 a wise plan
net pirtiiii! in a l") Kail pool table aid
caiiliuiiiL' the luill strictly to a billiard
room. A choice line of American and
imported civatH are kept in their cane !
and ad I'm niching
v iv a ? r i, r
are ci'tnplete in
l..ll. l ' I'l l C.'l (tilll.
i l :t I . m h r; 1 1 a ks s I o .v .
lSoard met pursuant to adjotirumcnt
Present J. Crawford Samuel Richard
son and countv clerk.
The following was done to wit:
Minutes of previous meeting read
The following claims were then al
S Rich'dson serv. as coin $ 24 00
J W Jennings sal. and Ex. acct (4 16
" making certificates
ofelcction 43 73
' canvassing elec
tion and making returns.. 12 00
D II Wheeler canvassing elec
tion and making returns.. 8 00
A W White canvassing i lec
tion and making returns.. S 00
D & M piping for county 18 50
W II ISaker m'dse for paupers. 13 00
J P Young staioneiy for Co.. . 17 55
II BoecK ct.fiin for pauper 9 01
M A Hartigan fees in state case 23 00
J Y Weckbach mdse for pau
pers 33 40
Mrs Perry ncct as witness :;0 00
Jcs Ford board and guarding
witness 48 00
Chapman & lSeeson and Sulli
van & Woolej fees in case
state vs Polin 103 00
Pettit jurors Nov. term 729 20
Grand " " " 83 40
" " witnesses Nov.
term 132 00
E Davis w'k on poor h'se chim
neys 9 87
John Sharp b'dng paupers 114 05
E Iloggeboon w'k on culvert.. 3 05
South Platte Lumber Co 16:J 46
Win Coon nept lefunded Dist.
32 3 50
J M Carper rect refunded dist.
2:5 3 00
P E RufTiif-r plow for district
33 14 05
The following bonds were then ap'
Jacob Yal'ery Jr. assessor Plat's
David Line overseer district Xo.
A F Drunk " -
C II Dill
A U R trr "
S C Bethel
G M Flower
S V Orton ajsessor Weeping
It G Gordon assessor Centre.
W J Agnw assessor 1st ward Platts-
Petition of Joseph McCaig and oth
ers, ask in for the location of a county
road, commencing on the south-west
corner of Sec. 34, Township 11, Range
10; and running thence north one
mile. Tic owners cf i he land across
which the rcvl runs, h iving given
written const nt to the location of said
road, it is hereby ordered to open the
Settlement made w.th A.J. McDon
ald for culvert in towa of Weeping
The following claims werj then al
G W Fairfield .-urvvyiiig 8 40 00
John Scott part pay on build
ing culvert 600 00
R W Hyers Jailor's fees Nov.. 43 00
" b'dug prisoners Nov 76 10
F frtadelmann boarding jury in
Polin case 27 00
Mc Fairfield covering culvert. 40 65
E Sampson overseer dist No. 16 40 00
S P Ifolloway b'dng and g'rdng
witness 20 00
I'lattsmouth Herald Pub. Co.
printing 40 00
J E Morrison fe s state case. . .
Sullivan & Woo!ey att'y fees
R W livers court fees
II L E Lincoln bailiff
J C Eikei.bar; "
S P Hi lloway -
L f SHIes "
II f V ! .1 S "
- 00 ,
DMiibr assisting settlement j
t ii Ti e.'.s 3 00 !
; cat assfMin,' damages
ti iiiity load o CO
.1 I' Kuby rssesitiff damages Co.
load 2 30
John Richardson assess'ng dam,
ceuntv road 2 30
C E Wescott clothing for pris.. 7 25
I Wiles service as com 24 00
S Richaidson service as com... 16 00
J Craw foul " " 20 00
A Mc Fairfield bal. oa grading 94 Sl
Roll Smith tax refunded dist.
41 3 00
Jerome Pa:iidge wo:R on cul
vert 13 12
Ordered that county treasurer be
instructed to receive from G. W. Nor
ton, B. H. Wisdom, Wm. Short, Fallen
estate tax on laada owned by them.
for the year 160, without interest as
per list furnished.
Commissioners havmz hnisneu set
tlement with treasurer, adj mrned to
meet January 2nd ls83.
Attest: J. W. Jexmxos. Co. Clei k.
Three lirures Letter.
TutiKK C.UOYK.S. Deo. 23
The rain Tuesday night softened up
old Mother Karth that the roads
ure getting bad to get around.
Dick Oldham is going to build a new
bouse soon, on the Long place; be will
commence it right away, Intving the
lumber now on the ground.
The wooden wedding spoke of In
our last letter to be held at Mr. UlalU
went oft very pleasantly, a large num
ber ef people were present, and a
goodly number of presents were giv
en. The snow storm Wednesday night
and Thursday, did not make the roads
dry up or get any bettar that we could
Mr. Hartigan is conducting our win
ter term of school. It closed on Fri
day last, for a two weeks vacation,
giving ttie scholars as well as the
teacher, a chance to take in the holi
days; the school having been running
throe months before the winter term
Mr. Hart is conducting the school
at Rock Creek this winter with good
Tqe peeple around in the vicinity of
Three Groves, are rejoicing more than
they were last winter for having bet
ter mail facilities, although we only
get mail tri weekly, we gel it regular
ly; the present carrier is very punctual
not missing a trip so far. A good por
tion of the Three Groves mail conies
via Weeping Water and Avnca.
As llock lSaitfj can't all nit a c.n
respondei.t for the Hkkalu, we send
an i it in from there,
Slu-ra.s Hail, better ku vu ;:s the
Old Fellows Hall, has been retltted
and the lovers of Hi lantaatic had a
grand ball there n Christmas night.
also a supper at liowmil Allen's.
The lM-eiim at l.'ofk IWutfi ha- !..-e i
bos ii .i.ii:!. .ii. tl Im i.i good iiiniiiii or
der. ISij; Sir. vill jrive tlieni a call
soiiiuot lhi.se moonlight niul Is and
see how they are prospering and prob
ably report to the IlEKAl.l).
Miss Carrie Solilater, of Liuiiville,
made a visit in cur locality one or two
days last week.
Dr. Wiley returned from Ottawa,
Kansas, on Saturday last. He reports
Mrs. Baldwin better, and improving
ill Kurai, lioin kock Ureek, was
stormed in two d iys last week in our
niie coming up to town, we no
tice that the Rock Creek bridge has
been repaired, something very badly
needed. Bio Sis.
me past weeK lias oeen a gala one
for the sober and industrious litti
city of Louisville.
On Saturday evening an interesting
entertainment was given by the Lou
isville school, it being the close of a
very satisfactory term, taught by II.
W. Zink and Miss Calkins.
Monday evening the citizens united
in fixing up a splendid Christmas
tree, the presents were handsomely
and tastefully at ranged; we are sorry
our space will not permit personal
mention of t he choir, as the singing
would certainly have been creditable
to any town in the state.
Mrs. D. D. Martindale, who has long
been helpless from chronic rheuma
tism, we are glad to note is improv
ing. Ol LefTler spent the holidays witk
John Leesly, of Piattsmouth. is vis
iting his brother-in-law, C. W. King.
Ben Waid came in from Kearney
last week, having closed up his con
tract on the Kearney canal ; Ben has
earned quite a reputation in his line
for promptness and quality of work;
he goes to Tecumseh with Tom Mur
phy, of Piattsmouth, to work on the
B. & M.
D. I). Tapper and Philip Huber, are
visiting friends in Ohio this week.
The case of Laverty vs Timblen, re
sulted in a judgment for Laverty to
the amount of $4.50; this amount hav
ing been tendered by Timblen; the
plaintiff pays costs, it is said he will
Ccaar Creek Letter.
Cedar Creek, Dec. 25, 1882
Ed. Herald: Say. can you danc
that German Polka? You can lear
from a dancing master who visits here
Last week Mr Williams, the stock
man, shipped Fix ear loads of hogs
from t;-N station. Mr. IIle brought
in a hog that weighed 020 pounds;
"takes the cake."
Concord's gayest ones called on our
town last Sabbath ; as the bells made
quite a noise, they surely thougLt they
The festive youths who upturned
the wagon at the blacksmith shop may
meet what is beyond their expectation
if thev do not Quietly undo the mis
U. B quarterly meeting was held at
Glendale on Saturday and Sunday.
Mi. Snyder is '.he name of George
Savles' dashing young clerk. He sold
a cigar to More Anoh.
A eolith, cold or sore throiit should bt
ttoooed. Neulect freouentlv results in
an iiscr.rao c luu disease or consump
tion, lii o u's Urotichi i Troches docs
not disorder tlie stomach like couh syr
Uis mid b.-ilaaiiiS, init act directly on the
inlhtiacd parts, allaying irritation give re
lief la asthma, bronchitis, coughs catarrt
and the throat troubles winch singers am
eulilic sneakers are subject to. For
thirty years Brown's Bronchial Troches
have been recommended by physicians,
and have always given gat is taction
Having been tcited by wide and constant
use for nearly an entire generation, they
t harp attains! Trpl l.m pri tpil TflnlT AmOD
the few staple remedies of the age. Sol
at 23 cents a box everywhere.
Bncklen's Arnica Salre.
The best salve In the world for cuts
I brui.-ts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
suit s letter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns and all skin eruptions, and post
lively cures piles. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. I'rice 3j cents per box. Jtor
sale at Roberta' Pharmacy. 3ly
AT JOE McVEY'S
Yom will find the Finest Imported
French Hiandy, Champaign, and other
Fin Wines. Pure Kentucky. V nisKies,
several of the Itest and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER. Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci
Dr. Black's Rteumatic Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than anj
other kind thrown upon the market in
the shape of oils and liniments. . It is
warranted. Smith. -Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf I
The World Hans Fioof.
"The proof of the pudding is the
eating there of," and not In chewing
the string which' tied the bag. There
fore, take Dr. Jones' Hed Clover Tonio
It cures all blood disorders, torpid liv
er, sick headache, cost iveness, and all
diseases of the urinary organs. The
best appetizer and tonic known. Sold
by Smith & Black llros. Fifty cents
per bottle. Oct.S.'Si e4 w.
Bedroom and parlor seta at reduced
rates at Henry Uoeck's. 3t4
Just received, a large invoice of toy
suites, dressing cases, beds, cribs tables
Chairs, perambulators, aleds, etc.
3'tf Harris & Unrvh.
THE KEY. GKO. H.TRAHYE,for
Ilurbon. lnd says: "iSoth myself and
wife owe our lives to SAILOH'S CON
ARE YOU MADE misserable by
Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loss of Appetite, Yellow tkin? Shi
1 oil's Yitalizer is a punitive cure.
WHY WILL YOU cough whenShi
loh's Cure will give immediate relief.
Price 10 cts. 5o cts. and SI.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY
a posiUve cure for Catarrh, Diphth
eria and Canker Mouth. For sale by
SSeowly SMITH A HLACK ISROS.
Uaby orpine, family organs of vnrl
oiik ftylfrt.' 1'riecn. !f0, $M, $72,
f'J3 and upwards; we can mi it you all
iu htyiei and prices. Opera hon-o
block. .'to .'
l'ilii j no mIk ihi1oi ntiiiis lit per
cent 1 1. an ;inaha pl ices.
1ST 1 1 llAttuis I'nui'ii.
I ti Yi! Id till Moves.
N.t v it iiti anding Mother Shipton's
dire i redictinn, the world still exists
The people wi:l live longer i.-j they ns
Dr. ISinelow's Positive Cute, which
subdues and conqiie s conii , colds.
Consilium ion wlwi niiiir eo'ith. and all
t aiHeH ..t ti. imov K.ir i.ioof call
at Suiiih it Black Bro. drug store and
get a bottle fiee. Oct 5, 82 29e4w
s..ii i nis., the hnrdware men,!
v. ill. o :,.c Koi-kvoud block
i- M.i it - I I Ii. Ii tod. "tjl I
Schlie.'a special brands of home,
maniiTiu ! tired cigars ate the leaders in j
the iioiil.et mid are made from the)
best qa.ilitv of tobacco.
"HACKME TACK," a lasting and
fragmnt p-iluine. Price 25 and 50
SIIILOW a CUKE U I LLimmed late
ly relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and
FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com
plaint i oujhjive jprinted gnari antee
. ... . i ..... i --i.:i .i ..
uit cicij coii.ii: yi million. s v ii..h.i.n
It never fails to eirre.''
A NASAL INJECTOR free with
each bottle of Shiioh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. For sale by
3aeowly Smith ifc Blacl Bros.
A special line of laces, embroider
ies and an assm tment of fancy goods
will be sold at cost until after holidays.
Zephyrs reduced to ten cts. an ounce.
We must red tie stuck for new spring
stock. Come and examine our stock
before purchasing. It will pay you to
do so. Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney,
Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycerine Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy I Cleanse! Preserve 1 tf
Has resumed business again, will buy
and sell all kinds of Furniture. Also
buys Iron, Metals and Rags. I advance
money on all kinds of goods.
Piattsmouth, Neb. Oct. 14, 18S2-tf.
Don't forget that a Mason & Ham
lin organ is a holiday present that
will stay by your dear Irieud louger
than almot anything else you can
give and give her be"ter satisfaction.
3(to Jami'A Pet Ice. Agent.
D.iliiiaiis ! I) i!ni;ins!
A lull and complete line in ail the
latest styles. The ladies will find our
stock complete and we are selling at
the lowest margins at J. Y, Wech
bach's. 32 if
qua r;er sections
F. i k I t quarier sections of choice
fa: ming lands in Cass county on reas
onable terms inquire ot or write to
Sullivan & Wooley,
26tf Piattsmouth, Neb
New Music Store.
1'iatioF, organs, and musical nier
chandise at Opera house block. 3615
Foityacits of land one half mile
tiom Piattsmouth, same will be sold
tn whole or in Iocs to suit purchasers
Inquire of II EEL Ell & BENNETT.
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Piattsmouth, Neb. OtCrc
Young men thinking of attending
scnool this winter should send for
circular of the Wvman Commercial
College of Omaha. The studies are
practical and the institution a good
1,000 Cords of Wood
for sale by W. S. Wise. 38-tt
Mrs. M. A. Buler, Ladies Nurse, of
long experience. Best of Reference,
Residence, Picnic Hill.
Piattsmouth, Neb. Aug. .11, ,82 3m
r armers ana otners desiring a gen
teel. lucrative azeucy business, bv
which 85 to 820 a day can be earned
send address at once, on postal, to II
C. Wilkinson & Co.. 195 and 197 Fid
ton St., New York. 40t0m
All parties knowning themselve in
debted to me are notified to call and
make settlement by the first of Janu
ary as all outstanding accounts must
be settled at that time.
39t4 W. II. SCHILDKNECIIT.
Manufact uringand Repairing. aod
and neat, at Merges . otf
o.ouo lence posts for sale, tail on
or address 36tf P. L. Wi-k
We are making a specialty of ti-
chairs for the holiday trade.
37tf Harris & Us ti t.
At Schlegel's cigar store m iv I v i
be found the very best brand of -ne t
ing and chewing tobaccos in t r mu
ket. :;ut f
Fifteen Cent Lnuch.
Xext to Clark's grocery I have open
ed u 15 cent lunch room; Coffee. Bread
and batter. Meat, and Potatoes for 15c.
Farmers come and see me.
29 lmo J. P. Antil.
Direct from the sea shore, constant
ly on hand, at the Central Restaur
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
John Blake keeps constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. Aug.17,1882 22yl.
J. V. Weckbach has on hand a large
and welt selected stock of carpets, and
more coming. He will have the larg
est and finest line ever offered in this
Money to loan ; easy terms on im
proved lands. Sullivan & Wooley.
Sit ... at Union Block
It will pay yon to rea i Wise's col
umn in this Darter, von mar find lust
vt hat von want. 9tf
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this office and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abotrarting attended to on bhort no
tice ami satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wc do make a
specialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several lino fan. is aud
some wild land at bargains. Laboriug
men can get a homo by peying month
ly what they now pay tor house rent.
Space forbids giving but a small
percent a l- of tho bargains now on the
books ut this sigency; we name the
Six choice half aero lots, 8 minutes
from R. K. simps, at from .H0 to $150
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a house. Come und no, you are not
compelled to buy and we wont give
these lots away, but im can get them
so "hey w ill absolute! v cost you noth
ing. Five acre lot I, un.'-r Jroin cttv lor
$.'..o part on time.
Eleven acre i"t niilo from city
for jm'.O thi is iAtr;i line.
1 have three picies ol'outside prop
erty which I cut sell and under
tnke to turnUii piirchiiser work
enough to p:i for tin ui, now I will
fiirni-h ill'- ioiiici niul you the work,
work is hut hu is me. It you will
tlo the work ut a fair rice 1 will give
you a clear dii! I r il land; if oil
can't, do the wor ; come :iuil see me, I
may find some one who will do il lor
Ten acres for s; (X)
' " " 750 00
" " j:.oo oo
Several siu ill 1 r ici ve)l improved
r.tid adjoining the cilv, 1 r sale at
10 acres, wild (UK) (M
hi) " improv'd 16( () OO
120 " " '0M) 00
160 " ' aOCO 00
200 ' " I'.'JUO CO
JU) " " 6000 (!
Finest ktod; larm in C'ass county
$16000, long time and low rate ol in
terest. 160 acres, wild $2500
160 ' K(i()
SO " " PJOO
SO " ' 32d0
160 acres, wild, K -;i. " (cash) $1000
cu v n;i.i'i;ii l v.
Cor. lot 3 I. lk from shops (cheaiil-iilOO
N. ;!i sired (line)
V:ishi ngl on :i
1 IiI'k from M:i.n extra
I m pro veil ci t y rca I c-i :.t in abun
dance. I can ii ii 1 1 uli.it o.i want in
this line if you will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for snle
at much lower figures than will be
asked six months hence.
Stores aud dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want iu
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Otlice open nearly everv evening from
6 to 8.
W. S. WISE,
Tuk Most Successful Kf.mkoy ever dis
covered as it is certain in its r fleets and does
not lilimer; Also excellent for human flenli.
HEAD 1'llOOK BELOW.
FROM COL. L. T. FOSTER
Younjjxtou 11. Ohio, May 10th, 1880.
15. .1. Kendall & Co., tientt : I had a very val
uable 1 anib'.etniiian colt which I prized very
111 111 , 11c nan i larK' mine !jmv in in one join l
and a small one on the oilier, which made
liiai very lame ; I hail 1 1 1 fit under I he charge of
two veterinary surgeons who failed to cure
him. I was one duv reading the advertisement
o Kendall's Spavin Cure iu the ChicuKo Ex
press. I deteauiiued at once to try It. ami our
clrucKists here sent for it. they ordered three
bottles, I took them all and tlioii''!i! I would
give it a thorough trial, I usedlit according to di
rections and the fourth day the colt ceased to
be lame, and the lump had disappeared. I
used but one bottle and the colts liinlnt are as
free from lumps and as smooth as any horse in
tbe state. He is entirely cured. The cure a
to remarkable that I let two ot my neighbors
have the remaining two bottles who are now
us idc it.
L. T. FOSTER.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
OX HUMAN FLESH,
ratten'f Mills. N. Y.. Feb. 21. 178.
B. .1. Kf.xiia!,!. & Co.. Gents : The particu
lar rase on which I used your Kendall's Spavin
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen
mouths standing. 1 had tried many things, hut
in vain. 1 our spavin are put t he toot to the
ground agniu. and for I he lir-t time since hurt,
iu a natural position. For a family hniuieut it
exeells anything e ever used.
KEY. M. I Ill'I.L.
castor or M. E. ( htiri h. I'atti i.s Mill. Y
fend address for Illustrated circular, which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such iiui'.:alifled
success, to our knowledge, for beast as well a
Price SI, per bottle, or six bottles for $5. All
Druggists have it or can get it for you. or it
will be sent to anv address on receipt of price
by the proprietors. IK. I!. J. KENDALL & CO.
Enoshurg Falls. Vt. 3-ly
SOLD BY ALL DHl'KCIMS
The Grand Central Hotel
Af SOUTH BEND, SEB..
BIT IDIR.. H. K-LUKE.
Houe newly fitted up. EveryftinK ew M1
neat. Meals and Lodging at Beuona-
b!e rates. Call and try u.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURNITURE 2 COFFINS,
ami nil klml' of nsiuilly kepi In a
F .--'rb , o.
I r - v 1 c .VI u- v . a . !r
FIHMT (l.tKN Kl KM TI lilt HI Oil It
Also, a very eouileU dork of l'uneial timiil-i,
Our Niw uuil vlfuanl lieaise In alwayn In
Remember the place, in UNION
(BLOCK, on Sixth Street. TWO
Doors south of Cass Coun
Wlinir wo iikm le foiiiiil nlirlit or ilav.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24tt.t ri.ATTSMOt Til. M M.
HOUSE SIIOI 1N; & WAiiON iil PAIKINtl.
All Kinds of Farm ' lmpieinenls UwM will
Neat I'usnaml I ilspalcli.
Ilorsc, .llnlftV Ox Shoeing,
In st.ort, we'll shoe anything that hu?
four fret, lioin a Zebra to a tiiiall'e.
Conic and see us.
Ii Filth S' l.i-lui-i n Main and Vine SHeets
list IIITH.H!' . 111! fli.lll III. VKV II Fit A I
... .It -:;,:':!; H-fx ;;y
Hardware, Stoves and i in ware.
Also Auents . th 2 Pointed MERCK A N TH UNION R Alt II WIRM
We toil I stll tltii Wire as 01mnp as any mire in the imirlut. Ol vk us a call
JOftES & EIKENBARY'S'
IGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OR NIGHT,
IS FIRST-CLASS--Till-; BEST TEAMS IX
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CAR IMAGES.
TllA VELERS WILL FIND COMPLELE OUTFITS RY CAl.LISO AT TUK
VINE AND FOURTH STS.
The Finest Pressed Brick
IIT THE STATE,
A. U T A C
Orders received for any quantity
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those contemplating to Imilri
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of JLSohucr Stahie,
Cass County Iron Works
JOIIX WA13IAN, rroprictor.
IROX FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our facilities furlieivy work in Columns hqiJ Castings for Business Houm-s !
not gitrriasseil in the State.
MACHINE REI'AIItlNG of ail kin.ls. Our M whine Shop is fully c.uit)vl
for all classes of work in iron.
Patroni.o Nebraska manufaclitritij'. V'e ilui licatc all caitern prires, saving
frei-jht nl time.
Parties huiluinp; in any part of the State
March 11th, 1882.
Tho Piattsmouth Weekly
The Lartfitt, Oldest and llest
See our chiliblii list this week, and
nriaiice to sefuri' your winl"i'a read
and any publication .n Die list at a
small advance over ll-e cost of one.
CO Ml' AN V
John H Cii tha hnnlwam man, bit
now a llrt-uU 'i'lNMEll. Cau-alt
fur jii ii' on all ltlitJa of tin work.
2Jtt ... .
S50.000 TO l.0.4 it VAIIH
i.ivnv ri:itis imsv.
tr si i.i. it a n. toi.
oblniiicd, mid all other huiiic( in
the l! S. I'.itent ollice alleiidid ., , r
mo)i;i:a i k fi:i:s.
Our ollice is cpiMi-ite I In I '. S I'nt
cnl ollice. und we i tin olitnin pulei ls
iu less line- ihun I hose remote liu.ii
(A .l!lti ft)N.
sen! .M i I KI or DI.AUTNO. V
advise as to pal en 1 11 hi I! I y free ol
i liif.'c; niul we iHiikc No 'I I A i IvS
I'XLKSS U K OUI AIN I'ATLNT.
We letcr. here, lit the l'o- niastir,
iheSiiil.ol Money Order div., mid
Hi.' i l!i ial ot the ''. S. I'ulitit ollice.
For : in ular. advice. Ieiiu. and refer-
cures lo iii liial clients ill your o II
1 -tote o con ul y . mid l ess
Opposite 1'ali nt Ollice, Washington,
AX FOR SALE BY
f U)0J ill
T IT It S IS Y
should write for our terms on ant in
" PLATTSMOTUn NEB. j
' "oN-st-clianiinil Manaffpr.
M. 8TKEIGHT. Bulne ManaRer.
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