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an J ilvMi ull kinds of
kv ill advance money on all
on lower Main strcfft.
iit The Old Dnkt puildlng.
timoutli. Feb. lt. 188;J 46t.f.
iecnre Yourself a
O JVL E !
ly Acre laid off in City Lota,
& .V. RAILROAD SIOPS,
it-iiJi) the City limits, ami not auli
j -t to ci(y Txe.
K UKS1DENT LOTS
i shop man, or auy other wan, rap J
i iliiim r uailcr Iiimowu rooiiin'i
"t rui'l Kruu from a dinner pail
iit tin-dusty, Mnoky shops,
.y three to tea uiinutca' walk
front hi work. Call on
J AS, 3. MATHEWS,
t'y at Law aad Rvml Elt.e Agnt.
tk(r'torefwill make terms to tutt
s from. $40 to SSO
c.or for Cab,to men that will build
Vo Lots fur Speculators I
oka lick in
vl rni turc.
Of All DejcHptlcmt.
f ALLIC BURIAL CASES
zci. ready made and sold cheap for t&xh.
MY FIN U HEARSB
H NOW BEADY FOB SERVICE.
vtny thanks for past patronage.
Tio call and examine my
LAKuE STUCK. OF
FllKKTI'HB AMI TOKFI!VM
RRIS & UNRUH;
RNITURE $ COFFINS,
I all Muds of Roods usually kept In a
i verv complete stock of Funeral Goods.
New and elegant hearse Is always In
mtwr the pUce, in UNION
LOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
v.. a m. he found nizbt or day.
IrRIS & UNRUH.
FLATTSMUU lxi. MB.
bn. Buggy, Machins and Plow re
pairing, ana general jooomg
,nw prepared to do all Kinas oi repairm
farm and other machinery, as there
is a good lathe la my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
old Reliable Waon Maker
s well Known as a
NO. t WORKMAN.
orfos "d Bw.;xte s4e tt
3 AT1SF ACTION QCARASTKKP.
i Bridles; Collars, Mps ic,
J "i . always la stock.
'ring qallklnOf neatly aons r
twttween Fonrth and Fifth,
STBEIGHT. Business Manager.
14 b I
222 rr -J
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND 4 COMPLETE STOCK OF
PORE I1B0GS, CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES,
Glass, Paints, Oils, Lamps, &c., &c.
THE CIIEAFEST l'LACE IN THE CITY TO IIUV
Boos and Stationery,
Closing out Stock of Cigars at Cost
t CALL AND LOOK THROUGH MY
A. W. ATWOOD, of Chicago, Prescription Clerk.
The FLATTSMOUTII II Kit A LI)
JOB W O 3R, K!
' In every department.
In eveiy department.
Papers and materials is Large
quality and assortmint.
Our Stock of Blank
ORDERS BY RAIL SOLICITED.
Piattsmouth Herald Pub. Go.
SO HAVE WE MOVED !
AND YOU WILL FIND US IN THE
Opposite AVm. Ilerold'H. with a full line of
J. G. CHAMBERS & SON.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
FHE LEADING GROCERS
Come to the front with
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FKESII AND NICE.
AVe always buy the best goods in the market, and guarantee evervthin p
elect. We are sole agents in this town for the sale of
' PERFECTION" GROUND SPICES,
AND THE CELEBRATED
'BAT A VI A" CANNED GOODS,
Nothing finer in the market. Tlatt's "Tiger brpnd of Baltimore Oysters
lways on hand. Come and see us. We il 1 make you glad.
CUJ&. PIEAMIL & 7tSi ST.,
Dealers in all kinds of
JHJMJIO, MIXE FAIMT,
v . , I . t . , I
. 'Ill NF,.
8C. B. PARKER & CO.,
Llj COLN AND PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.,
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE,
- f AND ..
Granite'Monumeiits, Headstones, Tablets, Mantles," &c
First P-.naiams Awarded Work at Four State Fairal Shop next to Sur-
v yor fJeraJ'a Office. , . . y-m , -
A. V.T(BES. Foreman. i QT&imwir CjT
nivtn Mlf.LER. Traveling feali8mau.l FiiAildHW
for first-class .
and complete in
a complete took of
And Tinners' Stoclt
FOR SALE BY
bale by J. S Duke.
FCBLISUED EVEHY THVKSDAY
Tte Flattsmontii Herald YMilw Co.
A large number of tanners vUItcd
tlie city Saturday and business was
lively. The nost teams were visible
on the streets that day of auy day in
the last mouth.
An accident, to a freight train at
Ashland last Friday, caused a delay to
all trains; No. 2 coming east, arriving
hers lit 11 p. tn.. six hours late. The
accident was an engine off the track,
which was no easy job to overcome.
The train from the west comes now
at 6:10 p. in. instead of 5 o'clock and
the changes made iu the ruuuiug of
theK C. trains through this city
brings the one from the south earlier
mornings, aud the one (rom the ooith
earlier at night. "
Tlie IIehald ofllce is prepared to
furnish all who may wish blank deeds,
chattel mortgages, quit claim deeds,
mor'gage deed-, &e. We are printing
to keep in stock a very large line of
these blanks of ctaudard forms. Or
ders from attorneys, justices and no
taries throughout the county solici
The citizens meeting held in the op
era house hist Thursday night for tlie
consideration of manufacturing inter
ests, whs vei y well attended by citi
zens, some three hundred being pres
ent at the opening of the meeting. Mr,
Wtckhacli was called upou to preside,
Mr. Sherman acted as secretary, and
S. P. Vannatta made the address of
the evening, his remarks occupying
about an hour and thirty minute
Other parties expressed their desire to
see manufacturing institutions estat
lished and encouraged ; and good will
undoubtedly result from the meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETINU
Of the Cass County Agricultural Sod
The members of the Cass County
Azricultural society are called to
meet at the court house in this city on
the first Saturday in March (the 3d)
at 1 o'clock p. in. A full attendance
is desired, as at this meeting all ac
counts of the society will be settled,
the date of the next fair will be desig
nated and officers elected for the en
The press throughout the state
speak in the highest terms of Dr.
Fishblatt, who is to make a visit to
Piattsmouth Friday, Feb. 24th. The
following is from the Fremont Trib
une: Dr. A. S. Fishblatt, of the Des
Moines Medical Dispensary, will be in
Fremont again on Sunday, the 12th
inst., to remain two days at Ji.no s ho
tel. It is hardly necessary for the
Tribune to introduce the eminent
doctor to its readers, as he is already
so well known throughout ' the west
and north-west. However it will suf
fice to say that he has established his
enviable reputation by virtue of his
acknowledged skill as a physician and
for many years past his name has been
familiar to the suffering public of
half dozen states. As will be seen by
advertisement published elsewhere,
Dr. Fishblatt has many strong testi
monials of his efficiency, in sous cases
working almost miraculous cures.
These, coming as they do from good
responsible and reliable parties, are a
sufficient guarantee that he is a man
worthy of his high calling as an alle
viator of pain, and entitled to the pat
ronage and confidence of the people of
The appearance of Charley Gard-
ne-, liO.vevrr, was the signal lor loua
and prolonged applause. Charley is
tlie refined artist as of old; graceful, a
thorough appreciatioj of the ludic
rous, while his voice ia, if possible.
sweeter thau when he first appeared
here. No oni can eing these sweet
melodies like Charley Gardner, aud
in connection with his distinct de
livery is his channiug and graceful
ac'.iug. Eviiusville Argus.
The lied Cloud Chi ef gives the fol
lowing, and the supposition is that his
schedule of prices is made up from ex
"We learn from an exchange that
hugging parties for the benefit of
churches are all the rage in some
parts of the state. Now why wouldn't
t be a good idea to do away with the
old time church festival and adopt the
new project, and let the price rate as
follows and be given to the church
fund. Girls under fifteen years of age
25 ct? for each hug of two minutes;
from sixteen to twenty, 50 cts; from
twenty to'twenty-five, 1"i cts; another
man's wits. Si ; widows according to
looks, from 10 cts to $3; grass widows,'
few offered, but in active demand; old
maids, threa cents apiece or two for a
nickel, and no limit to time.
In Demorest's Monthly Magazine for
Ma'cb we find a great variety of inter
esting articles. Among these are
"Life in the Black Forest, "Henry
Regnault," "Gastronomic Gossip," "An
tique Gems, "Traveling and Other
Matters," and "The Groduer Valley."
Jenny June continues her pleasant ar
ticles, "How We Live in New York,"
and Carlotia Perry furnishes an excel
lent stery, "How I Found My Free
dom.". Mrs. Alexander's serial, "The
Admiral's Ward," keeps up its inter
est; and "Current Topics" is both en
tertaining and instructive. Every de
partment is repleffl with useful and
entertaining reading, and the illustra
lions are remarkably good, the frontis
piece being a fine steel engraving after
the much admired painting "Willing,"
'by the artist Metzmacher. As a fami
ly magazine, Demorest's fulfills every
requirement. . , , ' .
Many of the flae points of "lvarl"
were seen, tu better advantage, and
Mr. Gardner's play was pronounced a
positive success. Mr. Gardner is get
ting iu better voice nightly, and his
specialties arj,euco're'd.; fo. the echo,
while his acting is rc;d!y great. His
most ardent admirer, ot whom he has
a host here, did not deem him capable
of such splendid work. lie is a very
serious and dangerous rival of Em-
net. Evanarille Courier.
' Jap Smith will leave with his family
in a few days for Piattsmouth, where
he has a position as Yurveyor. Hast-
65.jing Petpocrat. - :. , ;
"Got any vascliue," said the bad
boy to the grocery man, as ho ' went
luto the atoro one cold inoruiug, leav
ing the door open, and picked up c
cigar stub that had been thrown
down by the stove and, legan to
"Shut the door, dum you. "A'as you
brought up iu a saw mill? You'll
freeze every potato in the house.
No, I have't got vast-lino. What do
you waut of vaseUuv?" said the gro
cery mail as he set the svrup keg on a
chair by I ha stove where it would
'Waut to rub it n pa's legfaid
the boy as he tried to draw afjoke
through the cigar stub.
"Why what is the matter with your
pa's legs? llhcumatiz?"
"Wuss nor rheumatiz," said the'
boy, an he threw away the cigar stub
and drew some cider in a broken tea
cup. "Pa has got the worn t looking
hind legs you ever saw. You see,
since there has been so many fires pa
ha got oflul scared, uud he hai
bought three tire escape, made out
of rope wilh knots iu thoin, aud he
has been telling us every day how he
could rescue the w hole family iu cube
ot fire. He told in to be cool, what
ever happeued. ami io rely on him.
If the house got on fire we were all to
runh for pa, aud he would save us.
Well, last uighl ma had to go to one
of the neighbors, where they were go
lug to have twins, and we did'ut sleep
much, cause ma hnd to come home
twice iu the night to get saffron, and
an oui n.unel .petticoat that I broke
in when I wasa wld, ciuse the people
where ina weut dki not know as twins
was on tho bill of fare, and they had
oniy nannei petticoats for one.' ' Pa'
was cross at being kept awake, and
he told ma he hoped when all the
children in Milwaukee were born,
aud got grown up, she would take iu
her sign and not go around nights oc
ting as usher to babr matinee. Pa
says there ought to be a law ihal ba
lues should arrive on the regular day
train--, aud not wait for the midnight
express, vv ell pa lie got asleep, and
he slept till about eight o'clock iu tho
morning, and the blinds were closed
and it was dark iu his room, and I
had waited for my breakfast till I
was hungry as a wolf, and the girl
..-.! ..... . .
torn um io wHK pit up. so i went up
stuirs, and I don't know what made
me think of it, but I had some of this
powder they make red tire within the
theatre, that me and in y. chum had
i he 4th of July, and I put it in a wash
dish iu the bath room, and I touched
it off and hollered fire. I was going
to wake pa up and teli him it was all
right and then laugh at him. I guess
there was too much fire or I yelled to
loud, cause pa jumped out of bed and
grabbed a rope and rushed through
the hall toward the back win low, that
goes out on a shed. I tried to sny
something, but pa ran over me and
told me to save myself, and I got to
the back window to tell him there
was no tire just as ho let himself out
the window. He had one end of the
rope tied to the leg of the wash stand
and he was climbing down the back
side of the shed by ths kitchen, with
nothing on but his night shirt and he
was the horriblest looking object ever
was, with his legs flyiug and trying
to stick his toe nails into the ro,ie and
the side of the house. I don't think
a man looks well in society with
nothing on but his night shirt. I
didn't blame the hired girls for
being scared wheu they saw pa and
his legs coming down outside the
window, and when thev yelled I went
d)wu to the kitchen, and they said a
crazy man with no clothes but a pil
low case arouud his neck was trying
to kick the window iu, aud they run
into the parlor, aud I opened the.
do r aud let pa in tl.e kiicaen. He
asked me if anybody else was faved,
aud then lull him there was no tir-,
and he mutt have c'reanie 1 he was in
bell, or somewhere. We'.l pa was as-
touished, and said he must be wrong
iu the head, and I left him thawing
himself out by the slove while I went
after his Dauts. and . his legs were
badly chilled but I guess nothiu' was
froze. He lays it all to ma, and iave
if she weuld sta at home and let
people run their owu baby shows,
there wouid be more comlort in the
house. Ma came iu with a shawl
over her head, aud a bowl full of
somethiug thut smelled fro way, and
after she had told us what the result
of her visit wa, she sent me after
vaseline to rub pa's leg. Pa says
that he has demonstrated that if a
roan was tool in 1 collected, iu case
of fire, and goes deliberately at work
to save himself, he will come out all
Well, you are .the mranest boy 1
ever heard of." said the grocery man.
"But what about vour pa's dancing a
clog dauce iu church Sunday. The
minister's hired girl wa in here af
ter some codfish yesterday morning,
aud-he said the minister said vour
pa had scandalized, the church the
worst way." -
"O, he didu't dance in churcli. He
was a little excited that's all. Yon
see, pa chews tobacco, and it is pretty
hard on him to set all through the
scrmou without taking a chew, aud
he gets nervous. He always reaches
arouud in his pistol potketj wbeu
they stand up to sing the last time,
aud feels in his tobacco box and gets
out a chew aud puts h in his mouth
wheu tin niiuisier prououuees the
benedictiou, aud then wheu they get
out doors he is ail ready to pit. He
always does that. Well, my chum
bad a present, on Christmas, of a mu
sic box, just about as big as pa's . to-,
ba'-io box, and all you have to do is
to touch i spring and it plays, "She's
a Daisv. S.ie's a Dumpling.' I bor-
it and put iu pu's pistol pocket, where
he keeps his tobacco box, aud'wiieu
the choir got most through singing
pa reached his hand iu Ins pvcktt and
b iran to lumDie arounu ior & coew.
He touched the spring, and just as ev
erybadr bowed their heads to receive
the bcuediction, and it was so str.l
you could hear a gum drop,' the mu
sic box began to play, and inthe still
ness it sounded as Ioudas a- church
orgau. . Well, I thought "ma woufd
sink. The minister heard it . and
he looked toward p, and everybody
looked at pat too, and'- pa turned iecl,
and the music box np '.'She' a
Daisy,'! and the minister, looked mad
aud said "A men," aud. people begnu
to put on their coats, ' aiid ther 'mtuis
told tho deaeou to nuht'up. the source
of that worldly mtuic, aud they took
pa into the room back cf the pulpit
aud searched him, aud ana, says, pa
will have to be churched; Theykepti
the niufdc box. aud I .have got to carry
in coal to get money enough to buy
my chum a new iiuuic box. Wall, I
shall have to go and get that vaseliue
or pa's legs will ewiTer. Good da.y.
Peck's Sun..." '
. Ji-i mum '
Council Bluff Nooparftll.
The celebrated Dr. Fishblatt, of the
Des Moines Dispensary, will be in
Council Bluffs Saturday, stopping at
the Ogden house. The Dr. has an im
mense riictic In this slate, and is
well known iu every section of It. He
is known to many of our people, who
will, no doubt, take advantage of his
visit here, to visit him. Many ieople
have wrong impressions about Dr.
Fishblatt, and suppose, him to be a
quack doctor. He is a graduate of one
f of the most eminent medical colleges
in the United States, and can show
his diploma to any doubting Thomas.
To still further dispose of the belief of
some in bis unworthiness he publishes
certificates from men whose character
can not be gainsaid, and who would
not bolster up a quack anywhere. In
the late Issue and present number of
the Nonpareil, can bo found testimo
nial from Addison Oliver, Mrs. P.
Lattig, of Anita, aud Daniel Hyde, of
Ft. Dodffe. Mr. Oliver was a member
of Congress from the "big ninth" and
is a gentleman who commands the re
spect and confidence of all the people
in this neighborhood. He writes un
der date of March 6, 1882, that Mrs.
Oliver, who had been under the care
of Dr. Fishblatt, was having much
Improvement, and again April 14th,
that she had experienced remarkable
improvement. The testimonials are
different from those usually published.
Generally they are dated from Smith
ville, Georgia, or Jones ville, Aikansas,
and signed John Smith or 'William
Smith, and dated 1862, and 1S0D. The
greatest 'argument in favor of Dr.
Fishblatt is that he publishes live tes
timonials from live known people, on
late dates. If auQne wishes to know
whether Mr. Oliver wrote the testimo
nials accredited to 'iim, let them drop
a postal card to that gentleman, and
they can find out to their own satis.
faction. If you are in need of the
services of a physician, give the Dr. a
Dr. Fishblatt w ill visit Piattsmouth
bitmdaj, t eb. V4lh, and remain one
!ay at the Perkins House.
Mr. Gardner is a very line comedian
is the possessor of a marvelously
sweet voice, and "Karl" at his ham s
canuot fail to be a most complete mic
coss. To those who
iu past seasons, have seen Mr. Gard
ner, it is not necessary to extol h:s
merits; but we can assure those who
havfc not had the pleasure of seeing
him, thit he is a fine comedian,, and
will please all. lie is, iu our opinion,
in every respect the equal of Joe Em
met. Evausvillc Argus.
S. II. Atwood, of Plittsmouth, was
here last week and sold John Kricg
leslcin a fine full blood Jersey heifer.
He has teu grades ( to lo-16ih) that
he will dispose of at from $50 to $65.
A good opportunity tor anyone wish
ing a good butter cow. Ashland Ga
IMPORTANT TO BRASS BANDS
New Beginners in Brass Music.
The B. & M. Band, at Piattsmouth,
Nebraska, has for sale a complete set
of Silver Helicon Horns, manufactur
ed by J. Slater, New York, in good
condition mostly, and used only three
years. Parlies desiring such instru
ments will be able to procure a good
set, at a very low priee. Address
J. F. JOHNSON.
47t4. Business Manager.
Bucklen's Arnica Salrc.
The best' salve In the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re-
tiurded. Price 3o cents per box. t oi
sale at Roberts' Pharmacy. 371y
Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an
interna-! remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true. medical virtue than an 3
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 Wrater,Neb. 8tf
Money to loan; easy terms on im
proved lands. Sullivan & Wooley,
5lf at Union Bloch
John Blake keeps constantly on hand
a full line- of fine Irish and Scotel
Whiskies. Aug.l7.18S2 22yl
Fortv acres of land one half mile
from Piattsmouth, same will be sold
in whole or in lots to suit purchasers,
Inquire of heeler & Bennett
Direct from the sea shore, constant
ly on hand, at the Central Restaur
1,000 Cords of Wood
for Ride by W.S. Wise. 38-tt
; A. Salisbury, Dentist.
Manufacturing and Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges . otf
'-The be6t goods for the least
at William Herolds'.
5.000 fence posts for sale,
ior address 36tf P. L.
Wm. Herold's old established dry
goods and grocery house for bargains
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Piattsmouth, Neb. 5tGcc
It will pav you to read Wise's' col
11 in u iu this paper, you may find ' just
what vou want. 39tf
Mrs. M. A. Buler, Ladies Nurse, of
long experience, - Best of Reference.
Residence. Picnic Hill.
Piattsmouth, Neb. Aug. 31. ,S2 3m
Schlegel'a special brands of home
manufactured cigars are the leaders in
the market and are made from the
best quality of tobacco. 30tf
Farmers and others desiring a gen
teel, lucrative agency . business, . by
Which 85 to 8-0 a day can be earned.
send addres at once, on. postal, to II
C. Wrlkinson & Co., 195 and 197 Ful
ton St. New York; 40t(5m
Citizens of Piattsmouth -and vicini
tj: We have requested J.. W. Mar
shall Esq- of your city to fake orders
for us for ihe greatest scientific book
ot'thc last two centdrie.. -Christians,
infidels and all are alike in giving it a
warm welcony?. Gait on Mr M. and
eefc'Mf.' Price - moderate. Room 18,
Tribun.' Building, Chicago; Ills.
44-ruo 2 . R, H. Wisdom & Co.
.- J.-IJ. Strode, attorney at law, office
in Rock wood block. Deeds and oth-
ers instrummts made ont and ac
itui:si snoiUNr, &
All Kinds or Farm implements Mended with
Keatii'sa and lMnpiltrli.
Horse, Mule Ac Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoo anything that hlir
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Kit III St. between Main aai Vine Streets.
ut Heron At; corner from tba Nw I1KUAL
C-rriCK. ioy .
CALL AT THE
Wholesale and Keluil Dealer In
11 LINUS, &.,
Four! U Mi !, in 1 cur of Opera Mouse.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NKI3RA8KA.
Is Ibc Old Kuvonta u i
Omaha, Kansas City, Atchison and St. Joseph,
DETROIT, NIAGARA FALLS,
New York, Boston!
And All Paints EAST and SOUTHEAST.
THE LINE tOMIMUSES
Ncnrtv 4. Oft! ntih'a. Solid Smooth Sto- Truck. A
con muttons :tr m:i1? in r.NIO.N DKP'VI'S. It hufl
ft NitlKHtrtl K;hi;:itioii bi'iitte I'll K l.l'.KAT
'1 II lUH ii i I Al! I,IK. :in! In iTnirorsnllv conct'dod
ti bt'TIIK Ki.Mr l't,CI IMKi H;tlliaU iu tU
orli .r cl;is -i of navi l.
rv 11. antl vu will Ihul truvc Inir a luxurr inntcud
tn :i (iiM'oiiii'tri.
l'tirumrh I K kcts vt:t tnt i e!.-br:.: od Line loraulo
ai nil oirtiV'S id tin vt .;.
Ail liiIiit ni:iti"Ti mIm.hi i:ato of r are. SleoDina r
luily ivcii by ttpplymu to
v(H-oiiiMioiuu ions, 1 uitt iuu;p, sc., win uti ciieer-
T. J. POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL.
31 Vkr Pri 1 lc (Jt'ii I M.n:fr. tivn 1 P&Skv'UST AgtM
Chic.ifio, His. Chicago UlV
cov:rea as it is ceitain in iis elli-fl and lo.
not lilinter; Alff) excellent for human DeeU.
KEAU I'lUMf 11ELOW.
FROM COL. L. T. FOSTER
YoungKtowu. Ohio, May loth, 180.
15. .1. Kendull & Co., CrnH : I had a very val
uable ainuit-toiiian colt liich I prized very
bi'Uiy, he had a larpe bone Fi)aviu in one Joint
and a Kiiiall one on the otiier. which made
him very l.une ; 1 had him under the charge of
two veterinary surgeon" who laneu in cuit
him. I wax one day reading tlie advertiwjmeiit
Keiulall's Saviu Cine in the Chicago Kx
ureMt. I di-teainiued at once to try it. and our
driiKirUt" here xent Ior it. they oraereu tnree
iM.tilrs. I took them all and thought I would
give it a thorough trial, I usedjt according todi-le.-ti'i.is
and Hie fourth day the eolt ceaMd to
telaiiie. and the Jiniipx nau usa.reareu. i
used out one bottle and the colts lnnbare aa
free from lumps and a Hinootll aany horse in
the Mate. He i-entirely enreo. iiiecurc ai
remarkable that I let two ot my neiRlibor.
have the reinainii:S two bottle wuo are now
usinij it. .
U T. FOSTER.
Kendall's Spavin. Cure
OX HUMAN FLESH.
Patten'i-Mil!. N. Y.. Feb. 81. irrs.
n j Vvvnn r. r.entj : The wart Sca
lar case on which I osed your Kendall Rpavln
Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of sixteen
mouth standing. I had tried many thingt, but
Ui vain. Your feoavln Cure put the tool to the
ground aeain. and for the fin-t time ine hurt.
in a natural pooitlon. For a family liniment It
excella an) thing we ever used. . .
' EEV. M. P. BEIX
umd dre.. fr Illustrated Circilr, t. M'i 1
we think elves positive proof of it Virtue' I I
. . . . ui. . in- r ii Finn . n .Tr"
iuer.e8, to our knowledge, for beast am
Biaa. J .
renieuv una em un i "ii" ' - i -. - i
rrfe 11. per Bottle, or eix Domes tor -A-
rn-t'L-ixt!i have k or can cet it for o. " I.
'jl be vent to al
afcy address on receipt of
bv the nronileton. UK. B. J. KKSDiL-l-3 CO.
JU ..Ik T
BUT T O uu
Wit . iK.
team &t x.
SOLD DIM " "
Blake's Building, up Stairs,
Where they are dally receiving a complete Una of all kinds of
PIECIJ GOODS V SUITINGS,
W aU' wish to inform the citizen of Platttiuoulh tht wn have mud
On short 'notice, and warrant ! infliction.
of tlie old stand you will find
v rvi 1 U i
ON II 111
Na trouble to liud us.
Come and nco us.
THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE BY
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The hrat and most complete uttsortment in the city. In the ROCKWOOD
BLOCK, two doors west of Carrulhs.
;V ------ -: -.HjiNNERfABlJ .- . -' -:.
I .. - - - in - -- '.-i. 1 - -
"'ICS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OR NIGHT.
EVERYTIIINO IS FIRST-CLASS
SINGLE AN It DOUBLE CARRIAGES.
TRA VELERS WILL FIND COUPLE
VINE AND FOURTH STS.
The Finest Pressed Brick
1 lrFATIJKED RY
and filled in a satisfactory manner;
Those contemplating to build
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of iJonncr Stable,
JOHN WAYMAN, Proprieton ; o
IRON FRONTS, . HOUSE COLUMNS.
Our faciliticb for beavy wurk in Coluuiti
Kt iupHiied iu the Ste.
- MACHINE REPAIRING of all kind
.11 ' iliiuui. ,r .'fir lr tn tmn
x.ir an cnusi'H ti win k id ima.
' ' Putrnno. V d.rfi.Vu maiinfAr'turlnfp
w - ..
rrr'ght and Hi ic.
- rartius builJiBK iu ny Vnt of otate
UICIU U I UdM
Call ani ee u.
THR REST TEAMS If TliE CITY-
LE OUTFIT) Ii Y C AILING AT THE
Julvltf. PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
for any quantity
our work, the
aoJ Casting for Bus! new lioutet
, . ". ....' . -
our Mactiue SLop U fully
should write for our J jn. .
VN'-Jwj4tr3I all eaaterti pruJ
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