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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1883)
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t niut vli i.iiiv Mint ne
i few dxv open her
il Drcssma.iiij Parlors.
.-Ill Km i, !,,,. I tit Blum fa New. Kt
A tTir.-iiile tt Stock of lioml. tuall-
itt T0 RF?ff nSiiOIITH HERALD.
rVhivthS"'- I M L Urt l LI U 1 1 I O I U M Li rv,,iS,IEKVKK,
ynoulh, Kept. 2. t3 -2MH3.
leeura Yaursclf a
LO M "JE !
j Acre laid ,(r iu City Lois,
jj AUIOl.NIXO THK
U M. RAILROAD .SHOW,
pMde the City limits, and not sub
ject to city Tsr.
: ItKSIDliNT LOTS
lion niiiri. or anv oilier man, can
i ilinner under hiaown roof nnd
cold irrub from a dinner piiil
:i tiir dusty, smoky sho.
Jljrco to ten imcuu'H win
1 'feiii hU work. Cull on
JAS. S. MATHEWS,
af Law nntl Ileal Estate Ajjeut.
j. i V Siorr.ttill in iikc term to suit
from $-0 to $50
i i.rC:ih,to men thnt will build
L"t fvr Speculator I
IT, .Tt, TC,
t if A 11 Tai sW rt try HP
s.rcn.ljr made and Hold cheap fur fifth,
SI i" rj A'TT EA RS B
OW Ki:.I)Y KOU SKKVICE.
iiif'TintTilisltir past putroniii;e. 1
1 call uim examine my
l.AIUiK STOCK OF
ttT('Hll ASH (!lirFIH
Lark Jr. & Co.
; world, for sale at
alo and Retail
n & Nathan,
Zlachitw and Plow re-
id general jobbing
t.i do all kiniis of repairing
-r machinery, as war
laihe in mj' saop.
Ible WaAon Maker
cc of Ihe ion sUup.
trefsht A Miller.)
i dollars, TOiips. &c,
. in stock. V-
tnds neatly daju
n Fourth od Fifill,
Full Lino General Merchandise,
At Bottom Prices for Cash.
At Bottom Prices for Cash
JOS. V. WECKBACH.
SO HAVE WE MOVED !
AND YOU WILL TIM) US IN' TIIK
Oppositi Win. llt iolilV, witti ;i full line of
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON.
Tbe PlatlsmoDlli Herald PclilisbinzCo.
si rsoir to o. r. jom.vsa.y.
on., I'AlNi S AXf AHM 1 s. (LASS. I'l'TTYX- DYE
FINK SOAPS. I'EHFUifnin' AN - ItKUxHHS,
LA31l'S AN l LAM' FIXTURES,
Aiul all :titii-lts usiiailj k'it ly Dm-gists.
Physicians Prcscr'nttioiis Carefully Compounded.
IMatt.-'iiioulh, Xovnnlier -M, issi. l-'t:;n.
Como to the front ilh ;i piniiIt'te ytuck of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FKKSH AND NICK.
We always buy the List goods in the niaiket, ami guarantee -vi thing
select. We at e sole agents in this town for the sale of
" PERFECTION" (JROUNI) SPICES.
ANI THE CEf.iniRATEI)
" B ATA VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing liner in the market. I'latt's
always on hand. Come and see us. We
Tiger" hrrnd of H.tltiinnre Oysters
make you glad.
JU lul JML JS Jen Jdl
CK. PEARL & 7th ST.,
Oenlers in all kinds of
KSil9 lEIP ?AJSXrE!&9
OM, CEMEjST FLAKES,
IIAOS, BUILDOO PAPE1R,
l'zjyM Tinners' Stoci
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY-
The T A. M. club deni'Ue the cold
weather held their eini-uoontl.Iy dance
ia Kockwoik hall on last Friday
Lent fall very curly this year and
in couiiC(ucuce auiiincinetitii will be
come tardy soon with lentnl obser
ver. A Urge number of coinincrciul
men were orm bound iu thi city
during Ui.t Thu:day mid Kridny'n
Trouble wan experienced in crossing
the river at Nebraska city during the
storm period of last week, which caus
ed a number of commercial men to re
main several days in IMattsmouth.
If many of our Mib.cribcr at .post
ollices in the county off the milrouds
liud the IIkkai.D badly belated this
week, Ihey must remember that it
was hard limes for mail carriers to
gei through their routes
The man who shovels off his side
walk when the thei tuouietir is twenty
1 below, is deserving of the thanks of pe
destrians i ho arc forced out iu cold
weather and who appieeiate a pla to
stand and walk with surety.
With the bitter cold weather comes
much tardiueas in U.e cit schools and
muh of it caused from the fact that
there is ulttuis -i doubt existing as to
whether the school rooms will bo half
wanned if the children g.
Ice men have all of llul commodity
that heart c ubl wish, and the pros
pects are that the in m useful factor
for ice cr -am will b. plenty iu the
market next year. The price of ice
cream, however, will remain fixed.
In. Uoot, who l.iHt summer leceived
the appointment of Receiver iu the
Lincoln laud iitice, has moved his
family to thai ii: and is no longer a
ivfidt-nt -f I'ass countv. The Irt' n
wood Kagle expresses legiels on (he j
pari of lliat place in parting with ti,et
Max M-yers chief musical man was
in the city several days last week, and
was viewing the ii"ld with the object
iu vie-.v of establishing an agency and
rooms for the sale of pianos, organs
and other musical Instruments. Mr.
Shaw is now traveling for May Meyer
and was in the citv at the same time.
Gen. Howard, who came down from
Omaha last Thursday and was at the
union meeting Thursday night, epoko
for nearly an hour to the audience
which on account of the very bad
night was r.oi as large as it should be.
Those w ho where fortunate enough to
be present, however, enjoyed the ser
vices fully, and all would be glad to
greet the .eneral in I'lattsmouth
The large number of tenant houses
built iu this cilv during the last two
yean has had the good effect of plac
ing some of the old miserable struc-
tuies formerly occupied by tenauts at
a discount, so much Bo, thai a number
of thoe old houses of bygone days are
empty and practically wortuless;
what riattMiioiilh has needed above
everything else has been comfortable
houses for renters, and the improve
ment iu this line is verv discernable.
It is not loo early to agitate city
improvements for the ';oming year,
and when it is borne in mind that the
much ueeded improvement at Maii:
and Filth streets, the uecI of which
has been a damage to the city and
property holders thousand of dollar?,
has been under consideration for a
twelve nioiMh and absolutely nothing
aceoinpli.-hed, il looks as though there
couldn't be any tint much agitation
011 anv subject; mid that ste s cannot
be taken iiiiy ikomm n i: miv work is
o bi Jon-: 1 tin coming jear.
Frank Carruth, who represented the
I'lattsmouth stock holders iu the Tib
bies sewing machine at the annual
meeting 1.1 that company in Jlurling
ton, Iowa, last week, was eieeted one
of the five directors who have the
management of the company in charge.
Mr. Tibbies, the inventor of the ma
chine, is the president of the company
and oue of the d hectors, two of the re
maining directors are from Durlington,
one i rom les Moines and Mr. Carruth
from this city. T.e prospects of tiie
company i.ml their machine are very
Capt. Marshall U taking order for
otic tf the most wonderful ktlenlific
books f the day. The book is a nmr
vcl in i way, mid one that cannot
fail to inlcr-M the !iidcnl.
Xoiivc ore published tlscwhrre
for the annual meeting, of the 11. &
M. It. II. iu Neb. nml the Omaha k
Southwestern It. IJ. in this city next
month, at which time the directors of
the roads will be named.
The "Q- trains east and west to and
from the Junction these stormy tidies
are pulled by two and three locomo
tives, and a locomotive and snow plow
ahead stormy days; with all this effort
It Is hard to make regular running
Jubt bear in mind wheu you real
ize that busiuces is du!l, that the crop
of last year is still 11 u sold, und thai
the prices on all are gradually grow
ing better. Men hauls ud o' hers
who are doing little now, w ill make
up for it in the near future.
Fremont, Ileatrico and other points
in the state are making due efforts to
secure the next (J. A. It. reunion. Ev
idently if the post iu this city ever
entertained any serious views of ob
taining the reunion for I'lattsmouth
they ha e been abandoned.
Sunday night w as one of the pene
trating culd nivhls, and many arosi
I., il : ... 1 .1 r " ,
1 u 1 iiu wuniiii 10 iiihi ineir nouse-
plants that had survived all the w in
tor. weather heretofore, nipped w ill
the trust l.i oinl recovery. The tlu-r-iiioine'er
on that night reached '?o
degrees ltdov with very little effort
"imraubie ol ih erec
above Mentioned . btlil-
The reason w hy l'l iltsmouth stock
men are paxjng more than any of the
neighboring l ilies fur live hogs,
from tno fact that buyers were never
running the markets so close before,
and working on such small margins
No town in southern Nebraska is n
better hog market than 11 iltsnioiiil.-
I he .Missouri J'acitic express, w hich
left Omaha for St. Louis on lastThurr
11a evening, jjoi. siilCK in a ing snow
hank live miles south of I'apillnni,
from which it was unable to extricate
itself as four engines "died" trying to
get it out, and the passengers were
obliged to return in sleighs to l'api
lion, an t there take n I mon Pacific
train from Lincoln at A p. in , back
1 rank I,. uayle, formerly of the 1:.
& M. conductors list, now running a
train on the northern Pacific, came
down to visit old acquaintances in
I'lattsmoulh last week. lie reports a
country up north abounding in cold
weather; tlm mercury falling to 35 and
40 degrees below, and the Wind blow
ing and snow flying at the same time.
We are not anxious for such weather
for it hasappioximated closely enough
toward it here during the last week.
inhdiis are Hying thick with tec
illustrious five these days, last Satur
day the "O'.h being the thirty-liith
birthday of F. K. White. As prescrib
ed by the by laws nml rules of the
order ot the illustrious live, the other
four assembled themselves together
to help the fifth 'celebrate, and to
Mr. White the other four prcseutid
an elegant silver tea set of live pieces
appropriately engraved, the donor
being Messrs. Livingston. Smith, Mc
fered inducements tail ho board t'j do
o, ami one of the iniucetnents prob
ably whs (he
lion of. the
diugn. Our icprcseijtativej were au
thorized to do certain thing with
this end in view, and Ihey are to be
congratulated upon their mici-css.
That their promise to the board will
be promptly and faithfully carried
out ou the part of the citizens of
Omaha is a selded fact The board
of manager of I lie State fair will hold
a business meeting in this city m the
2Uth of January. Omaha Kepubli
cm. Proceedings of the Slate Hoard of Ag
At a meeting of the state board of
agriculture at Liucolu, the follow ing
otlk-ers were elected for the ensuing
President, Ll Mclntyre: first vice
president, J. 11. Dinsmore ; second vice
president.il. Daniels; treasurer, Chris,
Msitman ; secretary, Daniel II. Wheel
er. On motion the president was ap
pointed a delegate to attend th na
tional agricultural convention to be
held in Washington iu February next
and it was ordered thai the board of
agriculture nay Lis expenses there
A proposition to locat the fair at
Omaha for the coming two vears was
Mr. Dunham offered a resolution to
memoraliH the legislature to amend
lite act incorporating the hoaru so aa
to locate the fair lor a period of live
years at oue place, which was agreed
An amendment to lie by-laws re
quires all entries to be made bv the
first day of the fair.
Instead of the Island cattle being di
vided into one lot they were subdivid
ed into A ldtrneys, Jerseys, Guernseys,
and the polled cattle into ;hree lots to
wit: Galloways, Polled Angus and Ab-
1 rdee?.s. The premium offered for
gradeiwethers and ewes was struck
J he premium heietofo;-e otiereu on
pigs over two and under six months
old was struck oui.
It was ordered thot the society
woulu only pay m) per cent on all pre
miums offeieJ of more than two dol
lars: uudei that sum tin t'nii amount
would be paid.
Mr. Kent moved that a cnuiiittte
of three be appointed o:i spue.l, with
instructions to appropriate a sum not
to exceed 5,0011 foi purses
Mr. Jensen moved to amn.d il by
striking out 65,000 and inserting
Mr. Ilai tmau moved a substitute to
refer tlm whole matter to the board of
inana&ers with instructions to appro
priate a sum not to exceed l,0o).
Mr. Jensen moved to amend it by
striking out i?l,00o and inserting
Mr. Dunham asked for an amount
sufficient to insure a chariot race.
Mr. Ilartman moved to amend by
striking out $"3,500 and inserting 85,-
0 )0 and to instruct the board of man
agers to secure a chariot race, which
was agreed to. Slate Journal.
Is there an ordinance or is their not
which requires all s'ock owners
kep their cattle and horses from run
ning at huge, 'f there is why isn't
enforced, and if there isn't .vhy isn
there one passed bv the cily. It is not
very pleasant for a farmer who doe
not feel able to put bis team in a liv
ery stable and buy feed for them, to-
come to town and bring his hay a
corn in the bottom of his s'eigh, for
noon's feed, and have a half dozen
hungry cows following him fiom
hitching post to post and eating the
feed from the sled before he has uu
hitched his team. It is gelling so
man cannot hi:ch his team in town
without there is some live or six hun
cry cows eating whatever they can
liuu around and it doe.s not make
farmer feel any the best to feed town
stock every time he come3 to town. In
villages and small . tow ns people ex
pect such a loose state of affairs but
net iu a city the size of I'lattsmouth
The storm of last Thursday and
Friday was the most severe of this
winter by far, and it effectually closed
up business in this cify, and blockaded
roads in every t'irection in the country. I
Ou the railroad, trains were
hindered and some were temporarily
abandoned. until the storm abated. Four
engines and snow plsws were put out
at once to keep the track clear, ana in j ami t. followjmf from
consequence both days of the storm j champion explains it:
the mails arrived from both directions
and communications v. ilh the outside
world were not cut off. The trains
from the noilh and south were not bad
ly detained at any time by the storm
The rumor was afloat arouad llii
city bist week that conductor Keagy
wl.o runs a ii issenger 011 the A. & N
t.ivisiou, und wli'j has many friend
in this ci:y, had put a man off his
train who had died from the injuries
received in being put off. Dut vcrv
little credence w as given to the story
On Saturday night a section fore-
man named Ivelley of the B. & M
road w hs put off the passenger train
at Fanning station because he had
licit her money nor pas, and the i:exi
In this city the cold w as somew hat in- mori.iiiir his bodv wa. found a short
tense, falling Thursday night to from j distance lrom w here he a" nut of)
15 to 0 degrees beiow .-to,
Fridav nigt t from .0 to
unit on ! ,md prrihlv man-iled. I ou lucloi
. . -
uelow. i kc:iL'. l the uassenger train was
Snow was piled high along the walks 1 snii.iiioued to U.stilv at the coroner . -
and the tiaveler along the street w bo iuquc.-t, am! ou bis arrival at Fan
did not protect his face and eais found
himself frostbitten ere he liavt-ltd
Fi 1 Mile by J. S Duke.
C. B. PARKER &C0.,
MAN l" KACTt'iSEIJS OK AND DEALERS IX
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE,
Granite Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Mantles, &c
First Premiums Awarded Work at Four State Fairs. Shop next to Sar
veyor General's Office. .
Thestoim.was a very sea n-
To w York Soldiers in Nehru-ska.
Comrades:-The roster of ihcs
New York soldiers in attendance at
the last reunion at Grand Island,, is
now published and will be mailed to
each one therein named as rapidly as
possible. Five hundred copies have
been printed and after all in Hie roster
have been supplied, any one else can
have a copy by enclosing a three cent
stamp with name and post-office ad
dress to the undersigned. There will
be some over 100 copies to be distiib
uted in this way. It is important that
every New York soldiet now living in
Nebraska, should have a copy of this
Siate papers are n quested to pub
lish this notice. J. U. DAvrs.
Pret't N. Y. Vet. st-aociatiou in Ne-
Was-k. -Nation, el. J
u nz found a large crowd, wh threat
ened lnl tu li him, limit it w as cx
pltiiln-u that Kelly had been put l
wiihoa. v. leuee. '1 h- i n v reiitle cd
a vTi!ict of i:( cideiita death.
Tli- State b ard o'. agrictiltu re has
Licated the Slate lair tor two years
more at Omaha, w hich is a gratifying
piece of news to our citizens. Dur
in'' the three vcars that the fair lias
bee-i held at Omaha it has proved
more of u success than at Lincoln, ow
ing 10 1 tie fact 1 hat we have afforded
better accommodations and offered
all ructions that drew the crowd.
The board oif inauager w ill ak the
citizen of Omaha to-erect a perma
nent diuiug ball, and another exposit
ion building of the :iuie size as the
tiue art building which wa put up
last vear. The representatives of
Omaha who were preseut at the
board of agricultu-e meeting and suc
ceeded in iuducing t lie board to con
tinue the fair at Oiusba, do doubt, ot
How the Iowa commissioners rail
road law works is illustrated by the
N. J. Bond, a grain buyer at Minne-
ola station, on the AVabas'i road,
brought the Wabash before the rail
road commissioners a few days ago,
1. That the company had induced
him to make investments iu grain at
Minneola, and afterward refused to
cany the grain.
2. That for thirty days he tried to
ship 7,000 bushel- of corn, but the
agents on I lie road refused to furnish
ear?, while cais wire furnisliMl at the
same lime to o.her shippers.
::. That he ottered to procure cars
fi cm other roads at his own cost and
pay truckage, but the Wabash refus d
to permit it.
4. That be was charged different
rates from those given to other ship
pers. 5. That he shipped four cars of corn
which were detained on a sidetrack
three weeks, and the corn heated and
The board, after hearing the evidence
decided that all the complaints were
sustained except the fourth, and that
the company had violated section 10
chapter 77, Acts of the Seventeenth
General Assembly, the penalty for
which is a forfeiture of "three limes
the tictual damages ustaim. d, together j
with costs of suit and a reasonable at- i
torney's fee. ar.d a fun her attorney's ,
fee if an appeal of the case is had. !
Itiicklcn's Arnica Salve- j
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sore?, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains j
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi- !
tively cures piles. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 35 cents per box. For
sale at Roberts Pharmacy. :;71y
Jt'ST TIIK THING.
Mmi-kITh Uohten CousN t!al-nm Tk
Mutter Willi U10 Pooplo Than
. mioii nine ago i purchased a
bottle of your Golden llalsam and
found it j'istthe thing for a Cough.
Hair n Dome cured me. K.W. Lew
is. Ottawa, Kans.
Your Golden. Dal.sam is certainly
me oesi v ougn reineuy 1 have ever
sold. It takes belter with tlm people
than any other I have." K. K. Hall.
Hall's tutnmit, Kans.
" Your Gulden llalsam is truly a val
uable medicine. It has done wonders
for me. Simeon Fawcett, Kans. Citv,
Maisnu's Goi.pi-n I. I.sam is for
sale by Smith Si lllack Urn's, drug
gists. Large bol ties 50 cents and 61.
Trial size 10 cents. l llui.
Forty acres of laud one hajf mile
from I'lattsmouth, same w ill be sold
in whole or in lots to suit purchasers.
Inquire of Wiu:ki,i:k it 15knm:tt.
Has resumed business again, w ill buy
and sell all kinds of Furniture. Also
buys I ron, Metals and ltags. I advance
money on ell kinds of goods.
Plattsmouth. Neb. Oct. 14, ls-.'-tf.
Direct from the sea shore, constant
ly on band, at the Central Restaur
John Blake keens constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. Aug.I7,18si -jy 1 .
1,000 Cords of Wood
for sale by W. S. Wise. :IS
Manufael in ingand Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges'.
o.OOO fence posts for
or address .St;tf
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
v-ji --v' gssw.vrtg0?-'--" "- .--'-
I'RI XxTOX X"rVXji
HARRIS & UNRUH,
lit: A I. Kits' IN -
PUHNITURE t COFFINS,
nail all klml' of kiuhIh imiiilly kept In n
V ' .Vs.-
KUtSi ( I.ASh it iti rt hi: HTOItl
Alio., i-ry ctnili'le Iorl. "I Pu1.11 11 1 I ineil.-i,
Our c anil eli'i'anl lii'iusr l atwayn In
Remember the place, iu FN ION
;i:i.OCK. ou Sixth Street, TWO
Doors south of Cass Coun
W lit-ar i' iiimv le fnuiiil nielil 01 il'iy.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
VII l:i I t. ATTSMOl Til. M il.
lllK SMlUTNC ,t H'ACIIS lIKIWIIMMi.
All Kinds 0! Farm implements Mendel wiu
Neati!isH anil I MsimtiTi.
Is the OKI l:ivanio uu l
Omaha. Kansas City. Atchison zn-J St. Joseph,
p o it
DETROIT, NIAGARA FALLS,
New York, Boston!
And All Points CAST and SOUTHEAST.
Horse, MulciV OxSIiocins;,
In short, we'll shoe anything that liar
four leet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
JtTJiTW SHOP j
I) Kill li S I, -a Main nuJ Vine streets '
e r illl.-l I111III III nkh' 1 1 1 11C A I I
Tlm Largest. Oldest and Unit
See our dubbing list thin week, and
arrange to necure your wlntei's rend
and any publication in the .list at. ft
small advance ovur the coit of one.'
COM PAN V
John U. Cox tl hrdwr mmAm
now Cr.l-olo.. TINNER. Coaaalt
for prico on mil kind of tin work.
.. OOO TO I.O N I 411 Iff
it Niu.ivAiv a. nooi.r.v,
nlitained, nnd all oilier businrs iu
the l . S. Pull lit ollii e attended to for
Ulir oflb-e i- ol-lmsile llio I I, S. Pttl-
eul ollii-e. aiid wi'inii obtain Dated
in IcsKiiine thim those remote from
Send MiII:L or DMAWING. W
advise us to initentubii:t v free ol
uirge: nin) we make No ( IIAItGKS
I'NLLSS WK OHI AIN PATKNT.
We icier, here. In the I'oHt master.
the Supl. of Money Order div., autl
the olli. ial ol the I'. S. Pulent utile.
For : ireular. advice, terms, and refer.
eiices to actual clients In your owb
Mat.' er conulv, iiihlress
"C. A. SNOW ,t- CO.,
Opposite Patent Oflice. Wlishluglon,
' DC. 7tf
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE BY
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D.I i- iifuvir:i liv f'MiicitD'd
Hui.iotiil in 1 ho
1' ;i luxury instead
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Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The best, and must coin
BLOCK, I'vn doors west.
!e:e assort men', 1.11 the city. In the
f t'arni'.hs. Cam. am skk i s.
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COMP L E T E
Livery and Sale Stable.
Ib OF EVERY DESCRIP-'ilLN DAY OR WGHTir
K F.UVTH ING IS FIKST-CLASS TIIF: Iil':ST. TKAMS IN
SINGLE AND DOLIJLi; CAIIKIAGF.S.
77.M V EI. E .'. WILL FIND COMPLELE OUTFITS UY CALLING AT TIIK
VINE AND rOL'HTII bTS
Dr. Black's Itl eumatic Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than an
other kind thrown upon the market in
the shape of o;l3 a,nd liniments. It is
warranted. Smith, Biack & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall. Weeping Water, Neb. tf
t'iti:ens of I'lattsmouth nnd vicini
ty: We have requested J. V. Mar
shall K-j . of your city to take orders
ibr its lor the greatest scientilic book
I the I-st t wo centuries. Christians,
infid -ls and ail arc alike iu giving' it a
warm we'eome. Gallon Mr M. and
see it. rncc moderate, icooui i,
ribun - Buildiiij.', Cbicajro; Ills.
41 m:!-.' R. II. Wisuy.M .V: C.
--('rites and Bamsev, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
'ii:rl House. Plattsinoulh. Neb. St 6 a;
I. will pny you to read Wis-j's col
umn in tins paper, vou may hud lust
what vou want. S'Jif
Money to loan; easy terms on im
proved lands. Sullivan & Wooi.et,
5tf at Union Block
Snhlacei's special brands of home
manufactured cigars are the leaders in
the market and are made from the
best quality of tobacco. :;0lf
Mrs. M. ABuler, Ladies Nurse, of
loug experience. Best of Reference.
Residence, Picnic Hill.
Plattsmouth, Neb. Aug. 31. ,.S2 3m.
Farmers and others desiring a gen
teel, lucrative ageucy business, by.
which Si to iO a day can be earned.
send address at once, on postal, to II-
w llklnson & Co l'J.j an.l VJ. Fid
ton St., New York. -lintim
Don't forget that "Baiavi.i'" canned
goo Is are the best and "arc sold only
bv Benuttt 4; lewia. 4Jt?
Iuk.Ucjst sjcccKssKri. Kemkdv ver u s
i-ov?rel as it in certain in ils ettePl and iloeh
cot Mirit-r: AI- ex.'lleni for Ijiiman lii!i.
kkau rnoof uelow.
FROM COL. L. T. FOSTER
Vmmgstowii. Oliio, May loth, isso.
It. .1. KciKlatl S: Co., Gents : I had a very val
isaii'.e aiiiu'.i-luiiian colt wliii.-li I juizea very
liiulily, lie iiaii a laii-'e limit? iiavin in oce joii.l
and a small one mi t lie oilier. liii-li matie
li i in ery lame ; I hail hun under tiie charge of
two vetenuury surgeons who lailfil to cure
him. I wit one day reading tiie advertisement
o Jvi-inlall's sioaviaCiiie In the Chicago Kx-Drt--s.
I deteaiiiine tl at once to try it. ami our
drni-ts here sent for it. tiiey ordered tliree
iM'lilrs. 1 tooK Inf ill ail and tliouplir 1 would
giv,- i: a tlioionh trial. t used'lt aecordiiip to ili-rei-ti".is
Mid the fourth day the eolt ceased to
te lame, ai.d the lump had disappeared. I
used hut one I'otile and the c(ts liuihn are a.
free from liiii'im ad a cinoolh as any horse in
the Mute, lie i entirely cured. The cure wa'
e remark.iUle that I let two ot my neighbor"
have t hf ri-malnin two bottles who are now
U T. FOSTER.
Kendall's Spavin Cure
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten'f Mill. N. Y.. Feb. 21. ls:g.
E. J. K rxDAP.L & l'o.. fti-nts : The nanicu
lar ca on w hirh I used your Kendall'" Spat ill
Cure was a malignant ankle strain of sixteen
month-standing. I had tried many tiling, but
in vain. Your hnaviu me put tiie foot to the
pionnu azain. ana lor ! nc urM time since hury ,
u d ti.ii til .,1 nf!(iin. ,1 idllliiy llDIIIieilL
exeeiis anyiuin we eyer usea.
REV. M. I. BELL.
Faster of M. E. Church, Tattens Mf.l. N. Y
Send addres for Illustrated Circulal wlih ti
we think give positive proof of lt virlnei. a
remedy has ever met with Mich ur.itiaiint-i
uccetn, to our hnovileiirie. for beat as well as
Frice SI. per bottle, or nix boi
Druk'Xifts liave it or can tet it for vou, or U(
will be sent to any address on receipt of price j
uy me proprietors. UK. n. J. HLMiAIJ. 6i CU.
Enohburs Falls. Vt. 3-ly
SOLD DT ALL. DUlGfilSTS
The Finest Pressed Srick
ew a i-Tis i
A IV IJ F A 1 : T SI 'K E5
Orders vvxviwA for any quantity
and IIHed in a satisfactory manner.
TIkjsc contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
Cass County Iron Works
JOHN WAYMAN, Proprietor.
M AN U FACTE HE IIS OF
IRON FIIONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
Our facilities for heavy work in Columns and Calling for Bn'inesn Hoieii mr
not eurpassed in the Stafe.-
MACHINE REI'AIRING r.f ail kio.l-. Oui MacLiae Shop is fu.lf i-piipp.I
for all classes of work in irou.
Patronize A brasna mauuiafiiir-.s.i.-. e oudi. ate ait extern i nee, mioi
! fmt.h Ar.l tin .1
f..r S-. All I V.f-
Parties builfjing in any part of the ."state hoiiM write for ur run of eattiny
Mercli Htb, 1 - i PL lTtiIOUTii, NK'i 1 1
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