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W. S. Whk,
Owing to tbe breaking of im
portant ft-sting iu our ower pie
tb that or the week tins isue has
ln'ffx unavoidably delayed. The
age wad suppIsnteJ witu a new
meting mi l tbe forms sent to press
jiift a sp'edily as possible. Tbe de
U hat occurred beiotj unavoid-
4. SalLbury, lleutlat.
Miirts tnitde to order at tbe O. II. C.
Additional locals will be found on
in 4tb page. -
Frank Crtrruth received twenty Da
ii tewing machines and w organs
f.r his trade this week.
I a the opera house tbe". 22d, Haver
ly'i operatic company will appear for
-l first time Before a PlatUrnoutti au-
Tbe Cits Conn y Iron Work are
biuy at present and have been all
winter, with th exception of a 'very
Alex. Mclntoab'i acbool closed last
- i . . t . it
era, uui l lie uuhiu nut iu wen
pieusru wiiii n is iracuinx mnt tney
have continued tbe scltool. another
Tut mild we:tthur Ibis wek is uiov
lug away tbe snow and ice gradually,
nt.Linriir m.r 'a -rv j milvt .inin win
atraa iiai nfftirra ffum ta fliuul . ; . A
In the trial of tbe South Bend cases
KanefT Jos. Sharp and Dr. Stewart
ire bound over to answer to tbe
mil' riN ui o i r a a uu . ucauaa lub iir al
and jury. "
itrict Clerk ybowalter baa moved
hi tittles this week to the Kockwood
blork, where eourt will bercafter be
held. Walter Whita moved the clerks
4(w to its new quartcis Moudar of
Thomiwir- 'wnneily with A.
of Omaha, 'succeeds J. C. Grass
ex Dress offlca luuslc store. Mr.
says be has come here to slay.
rust he may And our city both
aniiii am ii u iiiini l.iliib. .ii i is7 rn
lployer, A. Iloape, Jr.
i ue sevi cui T ui .ue iHura
The following arc anion tho pcr
aonal movements to and from thU
city during the past week:
J C Donnell, Lincoln, in the city
Tuesday. ...R It AVindhaui at Nth.
City Friday last left L Stone, of
Sutton, in IMattsmonth Saturday....
II II Alder:, of the railway mail service
In the city Friday.... Mr and Mrs I
A Campliell in Omaha Sunday last
Mr and Mrs Geo S Smith at South
Jtend Monday F Carruth in O-naba
Monday J IC Morrison in South
Bend Monday... W II Newell and U
U Windham at Louisville Tuesday
Senator Bumgardner, of Ited Willow
Co.. in the city this week.... Mis Dr
Tefft nee Miss Belle Marquette and
Miss Hattie Marquftte, of Lincoln,
were In the city M.mday p. m , at Mis
C II Smith's Surveyor Fairfield
and Deputy Clerk Browne in Weeping
Water Monday Dr Stewart. South
Bend, in the city Tuesday .. . Stephen
Wheeliss, of Dubuque, la., a relative of
J WBaines. is visiting in the city . . .
F K White aud A W McLaughlin were
Id Weeping Water Tuesday Rev R
Cooley was In Plattstuouth over last
Sabbath. ... E S Greusel baa been en
joying a visit from bis father whose
home Is in Mt Pleasant. Ia F M
McDonagh. the warbler of the Watch
man, visited our boudoir Monday ....
Mis P E Ruffuer visits friends in Lin
coin this week CP Olson, iu charge
of the Platte river bridge work, came
down from Lincoln yesterday J N
Wise was a Lincoln pasaxuger this a.
in Elder J GMiller, of Lincoln.
iu Plattsmouth to-day.
Ciraud Success ef "Merry War."
Yesterday, at the matinee, and also
ut night, Strauss' charming and melo
dious opera. "The Merry War," .was
most artistically rendered by J. II.
llaverly's opera company at English'
opera bouse, and reflect ed the greatest
possible credit upon tbe company aud
management, and we feel sure that the
most gratifying results will follow.
Tbe bouse, both at matinee aud even
ing was crowded. The opera was su
perbly mounted, and the rich costumes
worn by tbe company were simply
graud, and when the calcium lights
were brought to bear upon them there
was such a barmonions blending , of
colors, as to make the light dazzling in
tbe extreme. We have oothing ' but
praise to bestow upon tbe company,
which, as a whole, is tbe best that ev
er visited Indianapolis for a long time,
and in many instances surpassed the
Germany company who- were lately
among us. Judging from the constant
roars of laughter and unlimited -applause,
we are safe in saying that it
has been a long time since a better
pleased and -delighted aud ie nee has
left tbe opera house. "Em-ores were In
great demand and must generously
compiled with. The ensemble was
perfect, and at tbe end of the second
act the curtain w.-w wrutivr up three
times Ix-foie t!m audience was fully
; satisfied. The plot of the opera affords
ample opportunities for the display of
laughable sit uatioi. Indianapolis
' Monday, tho r'u- I' of police oo a
1 dog killing tour, Miot one in trout of
K..K. Kubcrt' residence on Sixth
atreetoppositc Neville's block, many
of the shot striking the house. Mr.
Roberts issued forth and told the
city's most exemplary cbiet of police
that it was the second time be bad
shot into his house, aud that it had
got to be stopped, or be would take a
hirud in the shooting business him
self. Meanwhile the dog, shot, but
not dead, lay there in its miseiy un
til A boy came along with an ax who
was humano euoush to put it out of
its misery. If this is to continue to be
the motto of enforcing the dog ord:
nance, isn't it about time it wa.4 rt
C hurch Service.
Tbe Rev. E. Powell, Unitarian mis
sionary far Nebraska, wi'l preach in
of I Rock wood hall morning and evening,
ade is. in correspondence with sev Sunday, Feb. 25th. Everybody cor
al parlies who have this state aud tiially invited.
U. A. U.
Xctonlhle I'oxt Holds Public Uitala
tlon, lias aa Oyter Supper
and a Grand
Tuesday evening, as per announce
ment, McConlbie Post O. A R. No. 48
assembled at Rock wood ball for public
instalation of their oilicers for the en
Adjudaut General J. C. Bonuell, of
the National G. A. R. and of General
Vandervoorfa staff, was piesent from
Lincolu and installed the new officers
of the post, a very good attendance of
members or the post their wives and
citizens neutrally beiti present. The
following officers were duly installed
for the coming year : '
Commander J. B. Strode.
Atljutant-S. P. VanatU
Senior Vieu Com mander Wm. Haya
Junior " - s p 1Iol.
Officer of tbe day-C. J. Hoffman.
" guard Geo. Poisall.
Quartermaster J. W. Thomas.
Ass't - p. Merges.
Chaplain Thos. Wiles.
The installation cereiuouies weie
quite impressive and were couducted
by Mr. Bounell. The B. & M. band
ere present and furnished music both
before and after the installation cere
monies, aud also Mrs. Harris favored
the post with a song, the rest of the
vocalists not being present on accouut
of the stormy night. Commander
Strode, following the luusicinlroductd
the adjutant of the post. S. P Vauatta
who responded to the toast "The
Grand Army of the Republic," and
who stated in a ten minutes' speech
the origin of the organization, its ob
jects and aims, its success in numbers
aud influence, and who paid a glowing
tribute to the honor and integrity of
the old soldiers as evinced in their
walks through life, whether in public
office or private occupation, his speech
was listened to attentively and warm
ly applauded. Loud cries for General
Livingston then went, up from all
parts of the ball and he advanced to
the rostrum responding by referring
to the' difference . between these days
and the days of '60 and 'Cl when ora
tory and enthusiasm ran high and tbe
patriotic impulses were stirred for
war and battles and the country's pro
tection at tbe one time and now after
twenty years it was the recollections
of those days, the tryjng times and or
deals passed through.' The Geueral re
marked that the ambling 'ucidents of
tho.se days were always pleasant rec
colleciions and he proceeded to relate
two or thieo aneedotv lhat warmed
up the audience and the laugh went
round. Hon. S. M. Chapman was next
called for, and Commander Strode stat
ed that much of the woik of the G. A.
II. was in eating for and remembering
the dead soldiers, and he' thought at
that time remarks upon that part of
the G. A. R work would be most ap
propriate and he railed upon Mr. Chap
man to respond to the topic "Our fal
len Heroes. Mr. Chapman's remarks
were earnest and thought ful. not a
passionate appeal to the deeds aud val
or of the fallen but rather the story ot
their work the results uud the har
monies that now existed, and the en
during reccollections that the G. A. R.
always cherished for fallen comrades.
Mr. Chapmau closed his temarks with
the very Appropriate suggestion that
this post should do as hundreds of
others in the land were doing, and
that was, erect iu tbe cemetry a mon
ument upon which should be placed
tbe name of every old soldiar who was
buried there, i This suggestion was
warmly received and it will no doubt
be acte 1 upon in the near future. Sup
per was then announced, and the ad
joining room was speedily tilled, the
sociability of the evening commenced
and was continued up to a late hour
the boys of the post having a mock
court martial scene, a burial.and druni-
ing a man out of camp. Financially
and in every way the public installa
tion was a success.
Tbe Removal or Noted
IV vity u u: us a proper- iiiacc tu
fike cood investments. Tbe Board
and good results are certain to ioi-
Let there be due preparations
made for protection against water; a
heavy rain falling upon the seven
hills ot. this city with tbe ground
fri zen and the gutters full cf ice
would make a -flood thit would -cause
many cellars, to suffer. ...
The chapter from a very old bible,
and of very ancitnt translation, which
was published last week with tbe re
quest for souse one to read it, was sue
ceasfully interpreted by Mr. Marsland,
and tbe answer sent in, tbe one bund
red lb Psalm, which is correct.
Rev. S. P. Wilson, pastor of the M.
E. church, returned from Hastings the
first of tbe week, at which place be
filled bis last promised place away
from home and be hopes to be able to
meet bis people here regularly each
Sabbath hereafter. Regular morning
and evening services Sunday next.
A sad case of poisoning came from
South Betid; while Dr. Stewart was in
this city Tuesday his wife took a pow
erful dose of morphine and also admin
istered the drug to her little child. For
tunately medical aid was summoned
before it was too late, and tbe latest
reports were that both mother and
child would recover. -Her husbaud's
j troubles are ascribed as tho cause of
O. II. Goodwin, living seven or tight j
miles west of this . city, has . a larg !
aale of stock, implements etc on the)
3Cd, which will be well worth attend
. laircTh stock part of the sale will
be large, and there will be good oppor
tunities for iuvestmeut.
Messrs. Wheeler and Bennett are
having the second story of tbe Len
hofl building fitted up in the very best
manner, which place they will occupy
as their. Real Estate and . Insurance
rooms; it will also be Major Wheeler's
law office and his office as secretary ot
the state board 6f agriculture. ;
CoL R. C Gushing." accompanied by
his brother-in-law, Mr. Ed.' Moriarity.
r one of the leading business men of Ot
tuniwa. Iowa. started for the .Pacific
slope yesterday. Tbey intend seeing
for themselves whether tbe reports re
ceived from that flowery region are
true, aud expect to be gone six weeks.
State Journal; - j ;
Tbe mayor of Pacific Junction baa
had uother trial iu bis court and
comes out of the trial aud its 1 antece
dents with a black eyt. The ease
this time was for druukeuness and
disorderly ,cuduct; tbe diguitr of
tbit law being maintained by a fine of
ten JsturaThe nue for adultery
yof's eouri, however, re
gains tha same two uouara.
A dashing young man who is known
tare a Prof' Prescott, a dancing mas
ter, barber ana bill jumper lert for
goine new deld Tuesday, aad forgetting
if usual to aettle any billa. He ia re
x-ted to nave bled Syracuse, i.t:ers
i i "in1 litre from a Ilast-
Jvhere they would 17
Lm ping bis board bill; nd
Joe Ford and other
tJbiia for various sums
Friu the Omaha Herald Iee. 311.
Dr. A. S. Fishblatt, who baa for sev
eral years been a prominent physician
and public spirited citizen - of Dta
Moines, has removed to this city.
About a year aud a half ago be began
bi-monthly viaits to this city and And
ing that his practice was growing so
large that bis visits could not do justice
to it he determined to remove to this
city. IU maintains hit dispensary at
Des Moines, and visits there on Fri
day and Saturday of each week. Two
competent assistants remain in charge
of his business at Des Moines in bis
absence, aud two are engaged in bis
office iu this city, oiih being alreuify
here aud the other on the way tn-iu
Dr. Fithblatt has rented au elegant
suite of five rooms in the Omaha
National Bank building. The centre
room on the first floor over the bank is
bis own office, while that on tbe north
is the reception room for gentlemen,
and that on the south for the ladies.
The rooms are luxuriously furnished,
dacorated with oil paintings, are rather
parlors than the usual style of a phy
sician's office. Tbey are free from the
odor of drugs aud the suggestions of
suigery, these features being confined
to the labrutory and , general room
The Dr. comes with endorsements
from the press of Des Moines and Io
wa as the subjoined will show.
The Daily Register, of Sunday, tbe
20th ult , under the hcad.iug. "To Di
vide His Time Dr. Fishblatt to Open
a Branch Office iu Omalra." has the fol
lowing: '-The Omaha Republican of a recent
date says: 'Dr. Fishblatt has determ
ined to remove his residence from Des
Moines to Omaha, and will open his
office in the new Millard Bank build
ing about tlie first of January next,
where be will remiiu until he can
procure a suitable lot centrally located,
and erect thereon a building suitable
for his business. Dr. Fishblatt has re
sided iu Des Moines several years, and
we can per-onally bear witness to tbe
high reputation he holds iu that city
where he is looked upou as a leading
citizen, ready to uphold with bis
abundant meass every public enter
prise. The coming of 9ti-b a mau to
Omaha means good to this city iu many
ways, not only iu restoration of health
to the sick who have" vainly sought re
lief iu other directions, htw als-t com
mercially, for the doctor is a man of
means, and he will assist iu huildim;
up Omaha iu tbe future as be Las Des
Moines in the past. "
"With one exception the above ia
true. Dr. Fishblatt will not locate
peimaneutly in Omaha. He will, bow
ever, open a branch office there Jan. 1,
and will devote half his time to tbe
large practice be has: built up there.
He will not leave Des Moines, but will
divide his time atad ability as a special
ist between this city and Omaha. Dr.
Fishblatt has been in this city for sev
eral j eais and in the very, larxe and re
munerative practice he now enjoys we
can see the evidence that bis abilities
are appreciated, and it is certainly to
his interest to remain here, though his
practice iu Omaha aiid other points is
quite large. Omaha is to be congratu
lated that he is to give bis practice
there more attention."
Naturally the Register does not like
to acknowledge that the Omaha dis
pensary is to be the headquarters, but
such is the fact. Dr. Fishblatt has
made arrangements to bring bis fine
stable of horses here and proposes to
build in tbe spring. He has a con
stantly growing practice, with patients
from almost every county In the state.
Dr. Fishfilatt says Jthat he has come to
stay, be believes for bis ow n good as
well as for that of the people of Omaha
Shaggy weather has thrown her
mantle, aud gentle spring sc-emeth to
peep therefrom. The only "too much
aud to spare'- article we' have hut
now is ice.
Capt. Hooyc-I ahipped aeveral biada
of fireclay to Omuhi las; week.
Mr. Ruby bat purchs'-d a bouse aud
two lots from Mr. 8tau.r, and will
make hi home with ua in future.
Henrv Schroeder has finished his new
house and Will move In th'a week.
Lute Boedeker has bought a lot on
Mala street and will build thereon im
mediately and go into the m at Hum
ness. Chaa. Uabel has deede.l a quarter sec
tion of land three miles south of town, to
his youngest son. The land is worth
about f 5,000 and tives the boy a good
start in the world.
Some depraved and hungry fellow
has bct-n atonling meat from Uncle Liv
Philip Huber has the contract for put
ting up Mr. Hocdcker's tiuildinir.
Fred R ouue paid for the smoke St
urday. A brau new hoy ;it his hotiie
was the wherefoie.
Lew Livingston is our master mechau
ic. Lust summer he inad- au engine and
boix-r complete, nn I they are a success.
He now has a locomotive nearly com
pleted with tender attached, which will
outrun anything of its s;.e iu the state.
His tools are a razor blwle, a soldcriujr
iron and three tiles.
W. W. Rhodes hits severed his cou
uectlou with the U. & M. to take position
on the Missouri Pacific with inrrensed
Cupid bus beeu throwing his arrows
eudways around Lure vf lute, aud "love
laughs at disappoint hh ii to" aud cross
Prof. Ziuk it; ettiug to be a proficient
iano tuuer. C'ourad .Schlater says he
will be responsible fortius item.
Grsud Prairie pupils made a visit to
to our schools Friday, It is well; it
creates enthusias in school work, and
gives the girls a sicigh ride. Put the
last clause in parenthesis. If we wire
not a truthful chronicler, wc wouldn't
ssy that they heat us ou an arithmetical
her rash act that so nearly terminated
ine UKKAt.D i K'Kl to auuouuce
the new firm f Grace fc ThierofT,
who have opened their grocery and
provision store in Hartmau's building
next to the City hotel. The firm have
put in an entirely new stock of fresh
groceries aud are now opened out ia
business. After March 1st tbey will
move to the Drew building at which
time they take Mr. J. V. Wcckbach's
stock of groceries from him. Messrs.
Grace & Thierofl have secured Mr. A.
Tutt as their assistant, who is a capa
ble btiMuess man and salesman. -.
. Much auxicty is felt bv interested
parties over the result of hiirh water
davs and its especial effect lupo a the
Platte river bridge. The ice is re
ported not as heavy as two year ago,
but tbe prosjK?ct tor a floed arc equal
The Nebraska State teacher's As
sociation will hold its next meeting
at Columbus, on the 27th, 28th aad
29th of March. Preparations are be-
inr made by tbe citizens of Colum
bus for a large attendance.
C- E. Wescott is making all prepara
tions for moving to his new room in
tbe Rockwoou block just as soon as.
the shelving is finished and the paint
dry. He will have a good location. v
The crow have been very silent
the last two months but the warm
weather has brought them out again
Like tbe absence of the ground bog's
shadow they speak of spring
" Rev. Powell, the TJailari Mission
arv for this state, preachetfin this city
Timm tru months asro and iia discours
es were conimended 'fry -highly.
The citizens of Plattsmouth have
the opportunity of witnessing one of
the most entertaining of plays in the
Opera House Monday evening. The
occasion being the first appearance of
Charles A. Gaidner in tMs city, at
which time he appears as "Karl" sup
ported by Miss Patti Rosa one of tbe
most accomplished singers that ever
visited this city. One particular
feature of the entertainment will be
the superb music by the orchestra
which is one of the very best.
The following choice selections will
be rendered under the direction of
Philio Perez. D. C. Smith and Chas. F.
Riggs, cornet duetists and soloists:
Overture. ?Baaditentreiche ; Sup
pe. Cornet Duette RoaJ.i. -Cheerfulness;"
Gumbert- Messrs' D. C. Smith
and Chas. F. Riggs. Cornet waltz.
"Chimes of Normandy;" Planquette.
Cornet solo, "Surf Polka;" Sttinhau-
A red he;.dei individual hailing
from the ch:ssic prtcincts or num
Hollow "beyond tha river' createa
quite a commotion on Main street yes
terday." It seems ha had ca.led upon
the family of a Norwegian living on
the outskirts of tbe city, in the capac
ity of an apple vender. Mr. Norway
n.ir. ieino- at home, he insulted the
madam, and skipped for town. On
bering the facts from bis wife, Mr.
Norway organized bims If into a po
lice force and hastened down town
where he spied his msn ; be made bis
charges 1-u 1 and imphatic, halted the
team and was about to levy on tne
personalty of the Plum Hollow fellow
to carry him to the calaboose, wuen
tbe team got away, with the aggriev
ed gentlemen in full pursuit, they
rushed for the river making a fine run
down Main street; but the Iowa man
came out ahead and rea.me d tbe ice in
List of Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in the post office at Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Neb., Feb. 8, 1883.
Allen J C
Bony R II
Boye Lykke C E
Cook Mrs M
Cole L F
Eemerv J E
Frank Emma J
McCullock J M
Manley Mrs Ellen
Moon Mrs E E
Moosburg O E
Palmer Geo W
Peck W H
Robinson W P
Smith P G
Sogbert Miss Annie
Turner t is
Tall ev Miss A W
Wiley A G
for the above wil
Three Uroves News.
Thrkk Grovls, Feb. 12th l8o.
The sleighing litis been peterioe out in
th last three or four .lavs.
Edward Phipps whiie rlinppin wood
for Mr. Noah Glemmons last week ft 1 a
tree ou himself aud sprain! his ankle.
He is tihioi; crutches.
Willie Kirkpatrick and liis i--ero Sue
aiil Kittie.t'rom Mt.Ph hf ut,rM.ia slr-igh
ride into our i!eirbl-rhoti on Sundav
Twa Ellington wss out here a few-
days ago. He madu the reinaik that
Big Sis must of bad the Woupping
cough or tuth ache l-ist mt, he diiin't
The Campbell it" foiks on R-K-k Creek
are going to have a sipjier u Tuesday
evening at Mr. F. M Yontur", Sr . to
aid in Kettiuu t'r is for jMisnionary
The mail carrier tois-ed nw mail day
last, week aud iu order to get started on
schedule time again had to go down to the
city on Saturday and hck na Sunday.
Mrs. F. M. Youn.', Sr., ha a brother
and sister up, visiting for a few days,
from Missouri. They will return this
Bad colds are quite prevalent through
out the neighborhood among the inhabitants.
Our Sunday school superintendent
came over one day last week aud rep Ti
ed our school house in a very bud con
dition aud liable to fall down, aud nt t'.i
same time removed some of th- pul!ic
furniture that had been let"; :!u-re lor tin
present. If our school house is iu u bad
condition it seems the matter ought to
be investigated. "..
The public highway between J. C.
Oldham and L. II. Young was block
aded with a suow drift the first storm so
that the travel has been stopped all this
time. Those fellows that have to haul
wood from way out west, and the neigh
borhood travel arc compelled to make u
circuit of two miles aud a half iu order
to make oue-half mile. The gap is only
about s'xty rods aud could be opened
out in a day an- so with a few hands, but
what is everybody's business is nobody's
business, is the ireueral opinion. It
seems that there ought to be a law pro
viding for such cases, if not there ought
to be one made right off, for the people
want that lane opened out, some say that
the road supervisor should take the mat
ter in hand, but Mr. Patterson, the one
elected last fall, says he has not received
the necessary papers quallifying him to
act as road supervisor. Iiro Sis.
The Keystone r Health.
How can you expect to feel well, or
even enjoy life, when you go about
with a harkina cough The fool, in
his wisdom, says there is no cure for
it. but the wise man hies him to Smith
& Black Bro.'s drug store, and gets a
bottle of Dr Blgelow's Positive Cure,
and at once gets wclL A trial bottle
coats nolhing. Oct2Mwly.
Jn... H Cox has moved his hard
ware slora two doors east of bis form
er location where he has room aud to
spare, fall aud see blni; no trouble
to fin j bitu. St
Panics wautiug ice delivered next
season will Had it to their Interest to
consult Joseph II Fairfield now. By
making your contracts with him now
vou will sive mouey. .' 40 tf
The "East Saginaw Fire Kiudler" is
the boss, Bennett & Lewis nreagenls.
And don't yiu"fo7get"it."Plil Young
will sell you the best 5c cigar in the
Pou't .'orget to give Phil Young a
call for anything iu hie line anil you
will save money. tf
Now is your time to subscribe for
the Omaha Bee ana Republican, to
get a chance in the annual .distribu
tions. J. r Young Is me regular u
thorized agent for
Remember Hatt A
choicest line of meats
Co. carry the
to be found in
J. C. Newberry has a few short
nosed, mire Poland China Shoats.
(mosty males.) for sale at his residence
on Chicago Avenue, Plattsmouth. Ne
braska. 4 II.
Fortunes for Farmer uid Mchnica.
Thousands of dollars can be saved
bv using proper judgment in taking
care of the health ot yourself and
family. If you are billions, have sal
low complexion, poor appetite, low
and depressed spirits, aud generally
debilitated, da not delay a moment,
but go at ouce and procure a bottle of
of those wonderful Electrio Bitters,
which never fail lo cure, and that for
the trifling sum cf fifty cents Trib
une. Sold at Roberts' Pharmacy.
Oysters and Celery
every day at J. D. Simpson's; none
but Booth's special brands of choicest
oysters, bandied ; dealers supplied, aatf
A new frame bouse with stone base
ment, containing 5 rooms; convenient
to the R. R. Shops. For price and
terms, apply to Albert Calkins, or
Wheeler & Bennett. ttf.
Tha Doctor's Iatst Happy Reaort
I recently had a very difficult case
ot consumption. I treated it in the
most scientific mauner possible, but
to no effect; patient grew gradually
worse. ICalher than give up, aud as
a lust resort, I decided much agai t
my wishes, to use a remedy that h.ul
cured one of my former patients.
Greatly to my surprise, the patient
began to gain, and in a much .shorter
time ihau I dared to ever expect, she
was completely- cured. The name of
this remarkable remedy is lr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. I
now use it altogether in my practice.
Leading M. I). Evansville, Indiana.
Trial bottles free at Roberts' Pbartn
cy. I.arge isce $1.00. 42e6vly
C I'.. Wescott will . occupy
tbe cik I room of tlitt Hock.,
wood lllork after -tfarcli 1st;
in the meantime lie will sell!
c'otliliitf whj down to reduce
Jouiinoii nroM have remov
ed tot lie new Hock wood block
Call and see them for hard
I liaivo another corner at .(ae eoriier of tZtli
and Main streets, HIattsii.ioiitEi, and t Hi ere II
Iiave a CaDHHMlEm 1DM JL1DV HIlMCJEtt9 on novgj
of the following? floods, all lines of JTewelri
and especially at the present1, ma Silver Watclis
es and a larg;e stock of Spectacles just recciv-l
eu. also ag;ciit for tlie
DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, ORGANS, PIANOS
and Musical McrtIiaii.lis- OtUiii't linv si
striiment until you call and examine niy stoclc
ami get my prices.
Times are hard and money wo need
aud must have it, and all those know
ing themselves indebted to mo will
pleavc cull aud settle by tlie first of
March or else the accounts will be
left for collection. Call aud save
costs and trouble aud bo friendly.
45-1 m J. M. SCIINKLBACHKR,
Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycerine Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy I Cleanse 1 Preserve I tf
Griggs Glycerine Salve.
The best on earth can truely be said
of Griggs' Glycerine Salve, which is a
sure cure for cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns, wounds, and all other sores.
Will positively cure piles, tetter and
all skin eruption. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. Only 2jc
for s.nle by Smith & Black Bros. 29-lly
We challenge any dealer in the state
of Nebraska to produce as fine a cigar
for purity and quality of the tobacco
as is used in the. manufacture of the
Flor de Peppei berg and Bocky grade.
Joy. Joy to the World.
If you meet a man who looks as if
l.e had lost all his friends had bis
bouse burned down and business de
stroyd, just make up your mind that
he either has dyspepsia or his liver is
out of order. The best thing you can
do for such a woe begone individual is
lo advise him to go to Smith & Black
Bro.'s drug store, and get a bottle of
Dr. Jones' Hed Clover Tonic, which
will cure him without fail. Also an
infalible remedy for pimples and j
blotches on the face. Only 50 cents a
twit tie. Oct.2ie4wJy.
Feuce Posts for Sale.
Waterman Opera House,
MONDAY" FEB. 19th.
Bluffs, Cass Co., has
for sale. 47t4
living at Rock
1,000 fence posts
S. L. Fl hlono.
Inaugural Appearance of the Kuoule.t German
Dialect Comedian iu the World,
Who will appear In his Great Characteri
zations of a Ukriin moM Fkank-i-out-ojt-thk-Maik,
In bis Come
dy Drama ot
upported by the Bright tit Little
Soubrette m tbe Aiuerlcah Stage,
MISS PATTI ROSA,
Our I'uh rivaled Orchestra and Uniformed
Military Brass Band.'
GENERAL C. R. . DECKER,
The Smallest Man In tbe World
POFFLAB PRICKS OK ADStlifSION.
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this issue. 47tf
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure.J We
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's
Vital izer is guaranteed to cure you.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made mis
erable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Cure is the rpmedy for you.
CATARRH CUBED, health and
sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Ca
tarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal
Injector free. For sale by
34eowly SMITH & BLACK BROS.
Choice extracted honey in 31b tin
pails at Bennett & Lewis' from the
apiarv cf J. M. Young, of Three
Groves. This honey is warranted
absolutely pure. 47ti
Ground linseed oil cake for stock
feeding, the best thing that can be fed
to cattle and hogs ; at M. B. Murphy
A CoV. 47t4
There is no use talking, tbe Central
Restaurant is the boss eating house in
the state. 23tf
Warranty deeds. Mortgage deeds,
Quit Claim deeds and Chattle Mortga
ges of standard forms for sale singly
or by the hundred at this onie.
i ' K eT ven haa opeued "-a UrJ ' ' " gvc--
reytr he I"?" iua of handsome jeweierj m-t
. . WiirU rtlectea try pim wi ruoe
Ed. Herald: I appreciate your
efforts in ventilating tbe policy of the
honorable city council and mayor in
their appointment of chief of police,
as well as ic other matters. The chief
shot a dog on Monday of this week on
Sxth street between Main and Vine,
the dead body still remains there; dur
ing the last few warm d ly it was an
eyesore to passers-by, to say nothing of
people who live in the vicinity. In
the name of humanity . and common
decency, cant there be a Stop put to
oings. or ia it a part of our city
please say "Advertised."
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
January 1883; mem temperature-
9.78; melted snow'; no rain. Low- f
eat mean temperature on the 20th
16.2 below. Lowest temperature on
the 21st 24 below. Highest temper
amre on the 12th at 2 p. ni. 45 above.
IU zzard on the 7tb, also another ou
The month ot January is remarka
ble foe steady cold weather. The
mercury no time rising no higher than
45. Snow storms always so lar this
winter set iu first, in the n e and
end in with a blizzard, though with
some exceptions without a blizzard.
In other winters from all quarters,
the temparature is as much below
zero as above. I have not recorded
so lew a mean temperature as 9.78 be
fore. Who can say that Venaor's
predictions prove true or not. Hasn't
he rather not simply hit it. Does he
know what an boor may bring forth.
But may they not be able to calculate
something of storms and cyclones,
as well as'of eclipses etc
One of the B. & M. civil engineers
who is at work on tbe Platte river
bridge, was in the city yesterday.
He informed a Journal reporter that
the company was straining every
nerve to Drotect the structure from
the general break up that may be ex
Dected at any time. . 1 be men are
progressing nicely with the work,
but it is feared that they- will net
get through before the crash conies.
The roads out in the country are re
ported as extremely bad and filled with
snow and water.
Regular services ia all tha churches
tbe dtvbe coming Sabbat b.
Buy your clothing
House Clothing Store.
at the Opera
For Lame Back. Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plasters.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
tion cure ia sold by us on a guarantee.
It cures consumption.
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what
you need for Constipation, L.033 or
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 & Black Bros.
has just received a large stock of
AGHICULTUH AL IMPLEMENTS
manufactured. In addition to a
general line, I keep the celebrated
DEERIHG HARVESTERS and CANTON PLOWS.
Four kinbs of the best tongue
less cultivators, with other stand
ard goods. -1
Don't fail to call and see me.
CED ill CREEK, NEB.
Twenty-five per cent discount on all
winter goods at . the Opera House
Clothing store. Our buyer is now in
New York for spring goods.
Tbe nasty fames in R. R smoking
cars ia sufficient proof that most ci
gars art .adulterated with injurious
drugs, such as opium, St. Jacob's oil,
or any other stuff that diabolical
genius can devise. We therefore, aud
ia conformity of Prof. Anghey'e re
port, recommend the-public to use
Pcppcrberg'a cigars which are not
aloue of finest quality, but alto strict
ly pure; legislators and athera Will
Srovide themselves with these ; cigar
uring the session and preserve .
clear mind for business.
43-tf Jcucs Pefpexbebq, .'
Manufacturer. Plattsmouth, Neb. -
J. T. TTetbaicto bps Jttai re
ceives! at Cats Mate arcarBett Us
the lateet tterna. Call ear.
WM. HER0LD and SON
desire to state to the public that
they have moved their Dry Cxoods
Notions, Boots, and Gent's Fur
nishing goods to their store room
formerly occupied by J. It. Cox.
A full line of
, ITAJnCY CIIOCLBIL3 and
vill be kept at the old stand. We
would be pleased to see all our old
- customers arid manyjuv ones.
We will keep a BETTEU Hue. of goudf were formerly eu
abaed to. i
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
Full Line General
Full L.ine General
Always on Hand,
Always on Hand.
JOSEPH V. WECKBAGH
-A. ir ID
Best Selected StockJ
O IE1 J
. - ..-w-4y-,).X'"" m m IL
IT"" ta aa a - .aajt
TABLE LINEN & NAPKIN
Lace CURTAIN Goods,
Toilet & Bridal
One Door East First National Ban!
HHas opened nit a reflect line'
1 J . x
rresn rroviaions 01 .rr mt rice that will astonish vou. TWr
my wo w m out call and examine for yourself. J
fruth SM' cfilala at athit UW rW.'. Old
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