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11 advance money on all
I oil lower M.iin street.
'iV TAe OUl Vtike JittHJin:,
itsiuouth, Feb. lt, lss.i liltfY
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inn cuid uruli from it dinner u . i
in tin- duM.. Mimky slu'l'.
Onlv three in ti n minutes' walk
from h'h work. Cull on
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RRIS & UNRUH.
3 Pi.ATT.Mdl'TH. NEB.
JBEKT DON NELL Y'i .
. JiHuwj. Zlachiti anil I'lotr re-
pa irttiy, a iul. genera I Jo b h i n:y
tow Trp::ri tn do all kimls of. repairing
(ahu wl criiirr nueliiiHT', a lline
Is '4 j-"od i:t:lie hi my ?iu-p.
PZTER RAG EX.
old Reliable Wagon Maker
is taken charse of the wwm shop.
well known an
NO. 1 VroKKJiAS.
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rruor to MrrljhJ fc Hilier.)
. MAXITACI'VKJ'K OF
.re line of
WILL J. W WARRICK
KKKI'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLE1E STOCK OK
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES,
Glass, Paints, Oils, Lamps, &c, &c.
Tin: niKAi'KsT tlack in tin: city to ijuy
Books and Stationery,
Closing out Stock of Cigars at Cot
rLL AND LOOK TIIUOUGII MY
A. V. ATWOOD, of Chicago, Prescription Clerk.
The PL ATTSMOITII 1 1 1'AW LI
j o :
Iti every ik-pariiiii'iif.
Catalogues and Pamphlet Work,
Iii cviTy i'.cp:ir;sn-iit.
nr t ick i.f I' M i rs in;. I materials it Lwrjif ai! orn i.IhI' in
; i.i:i; ;ui! as.H.ir; in' lit,.
ORDERS BY KAIL SOLICITED.
ANI YOU WILL FIND US IN THE
Orposite AVm. IL mill's, with a full line of
I. G. CHAMBERS & SON.
BENNETT & LEWIS,
I IU Uir IIUUI UII ALWIIipiClC fim.ll Uft
laple and Fancy Groceries
Come to the frout w iili
We Aiwiivx Imy the l ist poods in the market, an.l guarantee evcrvlhing
vi- sell! We are su!e av-nts in thi tow.i for the sale cif
I ' rClirKCTlON" GROUND SPICKS,
: AND THE CHLEUUATKD
4 B ATA VI A" CANNED GOODS,
VoUiir.p finer in the market, l'latt's ' Tiper" -lr?iul of IJ.iltiiuoie Oysters
ilwujs on h;i:ul. Ciime and s-c 113. We -ill make you glad.
B: PARKER & CO..
LINCOLN AND PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.,
a n Q n
Tl "Tm r v! TrTl rm Y
PIMILISIIINC COMPANY has
a complete Hock of
ail kinds of
FOR SALE BY
Tor ?ale by J. is J)ukc.
J PTBI.ISHKD EVERY THURSDAY
Tie Plattsmoulli Herald PcMisliinz Co.
LOCAL NEWS. ,
The mud deepens.
The poat office window tell the
wayfarer iti place.
For a game of billiards call at tbe
Dr. Meade is now settled and located
iu physician's row.
Insurance men have done an in
creased business since the fire.
Wescott's room in the Rock wood
block is nearly ready for occupancy.
Work has already co nunc need ou
the new buildings.
Skating riuk iu Fitzgerald's block
basement. New skates and more fun.
Sherwood will occupy the new room
in Rockwood block with C. E. Wes
cott. The ice iu the Missouri still re
mains intact and waiting for the
The German theater in Licdf rkram
hall Sund.iv evening was largely at
tended Dr. Clutlcr has secured a room in
Fitzgerald block where he will op 11
his dental office.
The prospects for the Bpring trade
are pood, thi merchants will be ready
to meet if, and all will be happy.
Tin- large panes of gluss in Warrick'
drug re, tint wire broken during the
recent im-- have been replaced with new
A number of the young people were
plesnnilv entertained by Will Kline
tin. 1 itcr at t heir re-ideiK-e hisi Fri
The mud, the mud, the muddy mud,
the mudd:est kind of mud ly mud;
Mich m;:ddy mud mixed up uit.li mu I,
u.tiii-.i muddy mud mu;:!i ii:m!.lit-r
Tiif ;ir.;:.vi.: returns thank lu the
in,i.y.r who h;w had a temporary va:k
laid on Fifth street, which litis our
tfei from the niii'H and connects u
with thu worhl at large
Let us have a eity government this
ear that will widen the sidewalks ou
Main street and put in good gutters,
sufficient to carry off the water, this is
due to oui business men. -
Jno. D, Simpson, our ubiquitous
fleet footed expressman and accomo
dating business man is safely ensconc
ed in Johnson Rros. hardware store
with Li3 express office.
A certain young man in the city ac
cideutially got his coat tail caught in
Mathew's store door yesterday, and it
cost him 23 cigars to get loose. Wil
lets smoke and say no more about it.
Mr. Ezra Sampson, residing on the
old Eikeubary homestead south of
town, pronounce the doom of the
peach crop for 1883. He says after a
c ireful examination he finds the
peaches are all killed by the hard win
ter which, by the way, is not over yet.
The necessary preleminaries for re
ducing six hearts to three were ar
ranged last Saturday by Judge John
son; be having issued marriage licen
ses to Joseph D. Skiler and Clarissa A.
Crimer; Joseph Wildi and Christine
iluoth, and Charles A. Harvey and
Tt is but a small token of respect to
the presence of ladies at a imblic as- j
semfiiy, for the men and boys to re
move their hats; yet it was demon
strated at the Opera House last Thurs
day night that there are lliose who ei
ther have no such respect or are in
clined to disregard it. It requires no
work and costs nothing and its cheap
ness lecommends it.
Some of the superfluous dirt upon
the bluff on whieh Mr. Blake's resi
dence! stand? is being chipped off,
which will avoid any more obstruc
tions on the sidewalk in that vicinity,
causcdby largo chunk breaking
loo-e &ud tumbling own, of thoir
The historic hog and festive boTiue,
either h.-ive no ftar of the city officers, or
are not. well informed in regard to the
city ordinances, which is evidenced by
the pcrsisieucy with which ll.ey r..am,
unprotected, through lhe business por
tion of "the city. Who belongs to then),
and why is this thusly?
O.-ie of the Herald force is indebt
ed to Air. .Simon D. Mayer for a re
membrance in the shape of a wedding
invitation, which wedding recurs in
New York city the coming month, the
high" contracting parties being Mr.
Mi,er and Miss liachael Hess, of that
city. The Herald desires to thus
early proffer congratulations to Mr.,
ilaji-r who stands in such an auspi
In last week's Herald thee was an
omission in the testimonial in Dr. Fisli
blatt's ad., signed by Alex Mcintosh. It
is not our Alex Mcintosh who has been
so miraculously snatched from the
trave, but another man possessed of the
same name,-who resides at Schuyler,
who is stiil a living fact of the truth of
Rev E. Powell, state missionary of
the L'nitarians, ,vas in the city over
ounday preaching morning and even
ing in Rockwood hll. On account
of the iusnfficent notice the attend
ance was verv small but all who were
present speak in the highest terms of
The Daily Herald starts out un
der very favorable auspices, and with
a circulation which is very gratifying
to the compauy. The Herald is very
gratified to receive so many, words of
encouragement from citizens and busi
ness men and will try and prove itself
worthy the warm place the citizens
seem so willing to accord it among
A good one is told on one of the
boys in the It. & M. store house. One
day last week general manager Potter
dropped in to take a look at things,
and after seeing all he wanted to down
stairs, started for the second, story.
"Hold on," said the employe
Dawson don't all"
Oar Owa ITacU-fUm.
Undo Sm Marker; the father of sev
enteen children, ull alive and well, ob
served the item iu regard to the parcats
of fourteen children in yesterday's Jour
nal, and straightway 'left his Cass county
farm to come up and get acquainted
with the father and mother of the four
teen children, now in Lincoln, 'Uncle
Sam Interviewed tie family yesterday,
and says the sight of those fourteen
children brought tears to his eyes.-State
The spring moo die promise much to
riattsmouth in the way of business houses-
They will bring with them the com
pletion of Mr. Sherwood's Jjrick build
ing and business house ou the corner of
Main and Fifth. The removal of the
old frame hotel in block 25 on Main St.
by Mr. S. S. Billings, and the erection in
its place of a substantial brick block; al
so the erection of a brick block upon
the burnt district, in block 34, by Messrs.!
Sherwood and O'Neil and Mrs. White.
These are only a portion of the projected
improvements on Main i-treet.
It was a pitiable sight upon the
night of the performance of the "Mer
ry War," to witness one young man,
alone, piloting seven young ladies
through the mud and small boys to the
Opera House. They were 'vay up"
young ladies, too, and occupied way up
seats. It was as good as a circus to
watch the boys of "our crowd," as they
sauntered in by themselves and sought
seats in the dress circle, and casually
glanced up into the gallery the girls
were all there "seven up" and the
girls held the top hand, lioys, boys,
"perhaps you shouldu't have been
Dr. Fishhlatt wishes us to pul.lish the
following testimonial from the Schuyler
Alex Mcintosh, who is the genuine one
who was cured of bodily niiineiit 5:. stead
it : r nwn Alex Melnto-h as many sui-
SeiiCYL. It, Nmihkka. Fell. 7. Ism
Mr Dear !r US.l'.tt: . yi;i lie Ll ot
i:r:;:utli. winch 1 ill u-wr lie aile to u-ii.iv,
lor lit; c.;s:iiil' rkllt )ult ilj.ve lllll;i it ill
I . r aimu in:-. tiivi lor v ioiiri lime li.'en ion-
.-olcrt-ti a iM:iirW'.s coo. iimpiivt. itntt evei v
! body, ini'liKlii; iiivx-'i', c ju.siai'ieil mv tlas
iiiiiiiiK'M'u. M:. t;in..t toil une n-u me :u Ml'l-iy
to y.ni I'ir I rt-ai uient l.mr NoVKi.'i.er :uul in
th'. iueit.lUiio - hint lime you liave cifecU'il
wl;at iiuiiieioiit n. Iier iloctoii. tnive (ai'eil in : a
eonip t?ie I'i'i'ioiuliiiii 1 iihvp viiiee gained IU
teen pounds u. 'l eoiixiiitT myi-et( now luor
oimlily cured. You aie hi lilicny lo usn tiii.t hs
a reference fur oilier sliniivi'lv a tlle.i'il
Yuum ar.iveiiilly, ALEX. AlolN TOSH.
At last Plaltsmouth is to have a
pork packing establishment, a firm of
energetic capitalists here having em
barked in the pork business. The
gentlemen who have made the final
effort and who are deserving the
thanks of this community, need no in
troduction to the public. They are
young men but possessed with the en
ergy to mako their efforts an entire
success. The firm consists of W. C.
Sho waiter, Fred Black and W. C.Cush
ing, and the facts that led them to
embark in this business are as follows:
Saturday night Jim Antill had a raffle
to dispose of a watch and three pigs
Thirty-six numbeied tickets were sold
at one dollar each, and the above three
drew the pigs; and are ready for bus
iness. It is rumored that Fred Black
insisted on starting a stock farm, but
the other two voted him down and we
will have a packing house; this is as
as it should be. and we have onlv one
recconienditiou to add and that is
that the man who won the watch be
employed as time-keeper in the new
Last Saturday a well knwn Cedar
Creek J. I', was in the -si i y preparing
himself for the performance of utility
heart-rending in iis nature, solemn to
wi'nes-i. ami of the greatest moment
to those immediately concerned
thert-kt. Ho came not alone but was
accompanied by Trieuds of those par
ties whose deep interest in them was
manifested by the extravagance dis
played in the selection ot'their tokens
and also the churacter of them.
The event transpired yesterday, a
day propitious in every respect. The
scene can better be iiii.-igiucd than
described. Imagine Judge Jim S'tial
ley wrapped in all the diguity of his
official position, calmly pronoun ci tig
tho words that joiu two hearts and
two fortunes into one. The fluid ex
tract of bops and barley had not been
forgotten, and after the transfigura
tion, all bauds joined iu the meleo, the
flnwiu:r bowl taking a prominent
So far as heard from, all hands, tit
this writing, are doing well
The eulertaiument ot the season
thus far, was the production of the
..erry War," last Thursday evening,
by Ilavcrly's English Opera Co. The
audience, while not so large as might
have been desired, was au apprecia
tive one, as was proven by the repeat
ed encores, which, each time, were re
sponded to. The parts were all well
taken and admirably- carried out.
Miss Dora Wiley, as Violetta, fully
sustaiued the reputation the lady has
gained as a prima donna. Richard
(Jo'uleu as the Marquis, had a good
conception of the part, and has his
singing been as good as his acflug,the
character would have been complete.
Arteuiesia r.s represented by Pauline
Hall was all that it could be. Little
Miss Richardson as Elsa, the wife of
the tulip planter, even surpassed her
self, in the manner o:her singing and
acting. Bathassar, the tulip planter,
himself was faithfully represented by
J. Ssurgis, who notwithstanding the
loss of his wife and bulbs," eutcred
into the spirit ot the scheme, nnd ac
quitted himself in fine style. . The
choruses were all evidences of skill
and training, and the appearance of so
many charming ladies and elegant
costumes ad (fed materially to the suc
cess ot the play.
The orchestra was an exceptionally
good one. Should the English Opera
Company again appear-in 1'iattsmouth
they will be greated with a house they
so well deserve, even though the
price of admission exceeds that or
Louisville is fast putting on metropoli
tan airs; on last Thursday night they
had two dances, a minstrel show and a
dog fight." so report says, which is ccr-
'ni lirely showing an for tUe rail
k the time to look after the
i of vour business and dwell-
l, and especially should prop-
I on Main street see to it tuat
i sewerage is not permitted
ik tho foondctions and the
' their business huu . .No
Tke HtareiUld Head.
Most everyone who was not born
blind knows that the stage bald head
Ian delusion and a snare. The only
all-wool, yard-wide bald head we re
member on the American stage is that
of Dunston JClrke as worn by the vet
eran Couldock. Fffle Lllsler wears
her own hair and so does Couldock.
but Couldock wears his the most. It
is the most worn, anyhow,
"What we started out to say U that
the stage bald head and whiskers make
us weary with life. The stage bald
he;ld is generally made of the internal
economy of a cow, dried so 'that it
shines, and-cut to fit the head as tight
ly as a potato sack would naturally fit
a billiard cue. It is generally about
four shades whiter than the red face
of the wearer, or vice versa. We do
not know which is the woisi violation
of eternal fitness, the red haired man
who wears a deathly white bald, or
the pale young man who wears a florid
roof on hs intellect. Sometimes in
starring through the country and play
ing to ten or ufleen hundred engage
ments a bald head gets soiled. We no
tice, that when a show gets to Laramie
the chances are that the bald head of
the leading old man is so soiled that
he really needs a sheep-dip shampoo.
Another feature of this accessory of
the stage is its singular failure to fit.
It is either a little soft at both ends,
or it hangs over the skull in large fes
toons and wens and warts in such u
way as to make the audience believe
that the wearer has dropsy of the
You can never get a stage bald head
near enough like nature to fool tbe av
erage house-fly. A fly knows in a mo
ment whether it is the genuineor only
a base im'tation, and the bald-head of
the theatre (ills him wiih uatisea and
disgust. Nat ore at all limes haul to
imitate, preserves hor ba'.d-he.ul as she
tloes her sunny kirs and d.-ep I
sras, far beyond ihe reach of Itie weak.
faJiiMe iiti.iiaii iinita'or.
; 11.. Mil- ss i.- like r hm-, it c-ini' -t h
i i.urcti.ised 1; imi.-l acquired. Son.
men m:iy b- b-rn h.ii-i. :,. i- m.iy ..tr
quire baldness, and olh-is omv have
baldness thrust upon iheiu, lm: h-y
generally acquire it.
The stage beard is rather dizzy ay a
rule. It lot.ks as much like a be,--id
that grew there as a cow's tail would
if tied to the bronze dog on th' front
porch. When you tie a heavy black
beard on a young actor whose whole
soul would be churned up if he smoked
a full-fledged cigar, he looks about a
savage as a bowl of musli and milk
struck with a club.
The Nebraska State Journal
makes note of the fact that in the
progress of the trail of the accused
conspirators and assassins of Caven
dish and Burke, at Dublin, it is
shown that the prisoners in the dock
are not a whit behind Guiteau iu
their interruption of the proceedings
and the boldness of their retorts to
the counsel and witnesses. What the
great London newspapers than were
so horrified at the siiamelul'scenes"
at the Guiteau trial are going to do
about it, does not j-et appear. Per
haps they will insist upun the im
peachment of the jude who 'va;i
not keep order or command decent
respect from the defendants." C
Bnrnt Ont. but not Burned I'p.
As soon as I can procure a new out
fit I will resume business, and will be
glad to see all my friends and patron-
that require any dental work. I al-o
would urge upon those that owe nie I
anything that now is a most excellent
and suitable time to "walk up to the '
I'oi.Hin's ,-ti;... .in,) uiilllo" XI.. I
quarters are almost anywhere on
Main street at present.
G. W. Cl.fTTKIt.
Farmers aud others desiring a gen
teel, lucrative agency business, by
which 85 to SO a day can be earned,
send address at once, on postal, to II
C. Wilkinson & Co.. 195 and 107 Fnl
ton St., New York. 40iC;n
J. B. Strotle, attorney at law, oiliec
iu Rockwood block. Deeds and tub
ers instruments made out a-d ne
J. V. tVeckbucli lias Just 10
cti el : line line of carpets iti
ttie latest patterns. Cull e:ir
There is no use talking, the Central
Restaurant is the Ihiss eating house in
tbe state. 23tf
' Money to loan; easy terms on im
proved lands. SULLIVAN & WOOLHY.
5lf at Union Block
John Blake keens constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and sc
Whiskies. Aug.l7.183 23 1.
Forty acres of land one half mile
from Plattsmouth, same will.be sold
in whole or in lors to suit purchasers.
Inquire of Wheeler & Bennett.
1,000 Cords of Wood
for sale by W. S. Wise. 33-ti
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
Manufacturing and Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges. 5tf
The best goods for the least money
at William Uerolds. -ioif
5.000 fence posts for sale. Call on
or address SStf P. L. Wise.
Schlegei'a special brands of home
manufactured cigars are the leaders in
the market and are made from the
best quality of tobacco. 30lf
Direct from the sea shore, constant
ly on hand, at the Central Restaur
At Schlegel's cigar store may al-.vas
be found the very besi brands of smok
ing and chewing tobaccos in the mar
Jno. R. Cox has moved his hard
ware store wo doors east of his form
er location where he ls- room and to
spare. Call and see him; no trouble
to find him. 3t
A new frame house wit.i stone base
ment, containing 5 rooms; convenient
to 'the R. R. Shops. For price and
terms, apply to Albert Calkins, or
Wheeler & Bennett.
Choice extracted honey in Sib tin
pads at Bennett & Lewis from the
apiarv f-J. -M. Y'i.if., u' Three
Grove. This honey is w:rra:r.ed
absolutely yaro. 47t4
lee. v "
Parties wantiug ice de'ivi-Vw-liext
season wiifiiml it to their intTcst to
consult Joseph li Kairfield n.w. By
making your coutracts with lim now
tou ill s ive money. tQ tf
J. ne i.a.t emgiuaw r ire ivnaici'7 is
to boss, JAiiUttt iti Uwii aw nveuis
Dr. Utaek'H HI euniHtle t'urn Is an
Internal remedy mid ia pronounced by
hundreds who have used It to contain
more true medical virtno than 11113
other kind thrown upon the inaikel In
the shape of oils and liniment". It is
warranted. Smith. Black A Co., pro
prietors. Sold by 1. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. Ktf
II tick leu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve hi tho world for cuts,
bruises, solo, ukeis. salt lheum, fever
sores, tetirr. ch.-M'ped hands, chilblains
corns and nil skin ci up inn, mid posi
tively CUteS pile. It is gu.li.illteed lo
give perfect satisfaction or monev re
funded. Price cents per box. For
sale at Roberts' Pharmacy. o7ly
Citizens til' lMattsinouih nnd vicini
ty: We have requested J. W. Mar
shall K.-t , of your ci 1 y to lake orders
for us tor the gienli -t s ielililic b ok
Ol the hist two cenlmi" i. t'hiM iau,
infidels tttid ull iirenlik'' in riui,ir it m
warm welcome. Call on Mr M and
see it. l'riee moderate. Room
Tribune Buildirg, ( 'hieago; Ills.
It in ll. II Wish im .v Co.
We challenge any dealer in the state
of Nebraska to produce, as lit;..' a ciar
for purity and quality of the tub.iceo
as is used in the manufacture of the
Flor do Peppei berg and Rocky grade.
.1 i i.trs Pi-prr.iim-.uti.
Manufaei tilt r.
fiitfiind linseed oil cake for stock
feeding the best thing that can be fed
to cattle and In., 's; at M. B. Murphy
& Co'.. -17H
It will pay '! to read Wiso'.-; col
umn in Ibis p.'ipir, Jon may ti'id ju-t
what von waul. o'Jif
iioi.sK siio:im; s. wachn i:kiwi i;i n:.
H. A. WATERMAN II SON,
I. oli-":!. i' im.! l.v:;ui J.-aler in
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And All Poin's EAST and SOUTHEAST. I
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T. J. POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL,
31 Vice Pn-. 1 O'n'l Hk:ir. Ova I f Wrfiiw A(t..
Chicago, tils. Chicago, i '
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Kendali's Spavin Cure
ON II I'M AN FLKSIL
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31ake's Building;, up Stairs,
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Where they are d reiving a complete line of all kinds of 1'
We also w;.-ii to inform tho cit ;y.oin
an iiiigeiiieiits for
Dyin g, Gleaning N Slepairin g
....... v .x.vo't ......
of ISae iUl sUiwl yea wSBS fiu.d
1 is J5. i i h six-, ivi
T?.Til.A DY for
K!?IVT H YV l Mt i '
Hardware, Stoves and Tinwi
The best and most cohijilete ksoi ',
BLOCK, two doors west of ('auiuh.-i.
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VINE AND FOCI. 'Til ST.-
The Finest Pressed Brick
31 A 5J V ACT IT 11 E 11 V
Orieis YVAimwA for any uin(hy
ami filled in a satisfactory manner.
Those conicin plat inr tr imini
should c'amii!c' our work, the
quality of our hricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of llonncr tahhi,
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J0RN WAY5IAX, Proprietor.
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MA XUFA CTUllXllS OF
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not siif'f'Vfd in i"ie Jftxte.
of I'lnt'smoul h that, we have inn In
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