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I'wcutv thousand dollar to loan ou
i-iu html at 9 per cent. traijrht.
TiiU money It private funds anil
u will do well to call and ace me. if
rm irnnl monev fin Tail f n , in,
(ot'.elm. ' V. 9. Wiie,
43ue Union Block -
LAdtlltio ial locals will b found on
Iio 4th p.'ge. . T
j Too col, I for mud heaa yet. Y. K.
I Jmo V,
I W.I4 til
hut swung out a nice
uioitt popular party among
I ill tlx;
er Peter, t
rs Mister are out of bondage
ppear Kt the .opera house
y the 14th.
U March came iu like lunih
to ahow evidence of a wolf
t-gular meeting of the board tl
rcurt tomorrow uight and Ib-
5 will be au important one.
ivmiilea were out acrenading
I evtmiug and did aome pwtty
ying for beginner.
5-:ii'C a little boy, to spinning
kl one vr the large panes .oi
J. I. Yixmg'a front store win-
"igjob work of any kip. I
lotice will bp acconro-
'his Ottire. Telrpkoc
cou:ity I'tiiiiuiiasioiicr are iu t$
I' i iy, mi l parties having luin
tli. tu will flntt tlicut in-- tcmpu
fiotioed a carload of Wler plows
track this inorniug for 1.-K.
'fliey will probably be (or
fb i for cash. V ;
, bpauy has visited this city
tui year wim a nigner citws
AouittU than those pretented
1 1 vera sisters. ? f
is & Unruh are receiving and
a larga amount Of furniture
day a prcpuintorj for the spring
ula-Tger is a happy man today
i ' i l -. ....... ut..
; -. puuiiu uuj ittq jjuusc viiia
lie is aupplying the cigars to
fend over the pleasant event.
job woik iu quality of material
i workmanship equal to any pro-
In ilie state, lea to your orders
I hi office.
... SI 1
hnaha Irishmen .celebrated Eiu-
j-tuiay yesterdsV In that city
lh au extensive procrraniine and a
jgely attended gathering. t.
,Hje work In the County Clerk's of
i has largely increased .lately, 'and
fj real estate transfers show a good
V nt of property changing hand.
Antill has arisen from the ashes
Wtabbshed a restaurant and pon
Iery on lower Main street, that
yunt his former place by a big mi-
ity. . v
Llr. M. Fortune, the lunty representa-
u oi itutnsi'v a uuen coinmissiuu
Ufe, Chirao, is iu the city todays and
i a ph-Hsunt caller at tiie IIkkalp of-
; . ; '
isVhen sportsmen are preparing to
forth after ducks they are cordially
irited to come over and inspect a
liuple of pictures that decorate the
u. M. Holmes has ab extensive
ule of stock and farming implements,
A his farm, seven miles south of
vlattsmoiith, on the telegraph road'
No serious dam ige has - resulted as
in the breading up of. the l'lattc.
id the Hkrild'b special repoi ters at
uth Uend and Louisville, report the
ridgcs.at t'lose peiuls all right to
P. Sessions, formerly of the a. x
. . 4. i. ' i ...u I,;.,
nrLW city aua winuiis nu "- "
n lor a long time very sick at his
Lne in Miclugan again well and hearty.
intends remaining in this city which
1 the Herald i s to chronicle.
from Mr. Beeson we lcZrn that
Mttorneva . fov th-Allt ia
led in ob-
sentiice in the
mandate will be
)C'.l the stten-
se Mr he re pu li
a from dear ex
fashionable west end are the
seqsors of the nrsi compietcu
ldincr of the new vear. It is said
utr Bohemian church, but we
Urn it will be used to promote so-
ia.) intercourse rather than reliirious
.South Bend has the floor iu this issue
f the Herald and the management is
in under many obligations for the com
plete report we are enabled to present to
our readers which report comprises the
testimony and the verdict of the coro
ner's jury ia full.
D. II. Wheeler informs us that his
trip to Chicago, in the interest of the
. a . a?., i . .k tu j a i rtAAaa Fill Alt A
hat ha succeeded in eujoying a
of fivers for the speed ring,
un wuicii is a nan sisier to i-
. . a.stA.B
r.r, wito a recora oi s:io.
i. Clark has opened again in the
ery business, in the tiartman
khng, next to the tity uoiei. iur.
passed through the late hre,
ff the heaviest losers, and with
licndable energy he has com-
fd business again. The Ueu-
vuespeaks for him a generous
Ai on age.
iDavId. Ilovle. representing a Jersey
liy law book Arm, was a pleasant
'lr at lhe Herald fflce today, re-
-4,vinsr former acauamtance. air,
vle. while temporarily seated in the
Vxial chair, contributed a poem of
excellent merit, which elsewhere
apiaceiu our coiumua n
V.T- innrn than rtaccilicr notice.
rninir hist week asoue of on
lunif men was oursnin toe
.of las . iv alone v asitioiiion
uddeoly coufrouted by
i n person who lemandei a
iiuns man reached for his
wl drew out a lug store key
Lanns and ordered tiie un
Iv to liiM-re, whit-It order
'with, the other party prec
luding the howitzer wa loaded.
mill baa" nof been in operate u
da vs owing to tae nece.ary
boilej. . It seenis that
of "the boTer it wa
VearJy the entire distauoe
wonder is that ithaj
ies from J
rge a'al theyLtve
-and are now en
the boiler together
will resume work.
au informs us.
S T 1
OF TIIE SOUTH BEND AC
FIIO.M OL'R SPECIAL. UCl'OK
TCK. South Bend, Mouday March S, 'Hi.
The inquest held over th body of
John Johnson met at the boarding
house ot J. Ij. Lansing last nltflit ai
10 o'clock p. in. The jurors after be
ing duly sworn, examined the corpse
ttteu the witnesses being sworn testi
fied as follows:
A. WillUie. I res.de in South Bend
Cass Co., Nebraska. I was iu company
with deceused today, March ih. We
weut up to San tee lakes, in Sarpy Co.,
Neb- The deceased got out of the
buggy and atarttdidl with Harry Jor
dan. Jordan returned where 1 was
and the in xt I knew of deceased, Jor-,
'1 1 went. slouch with the
tuiira to j;-t di t.'asi ! .'I!' iroui a pbco
tii.tt he i-oul ! Uit from wiilioni
p'tlllltf hl.S :eL "ft. Arttl p-ltillsi
t.iul e lrof :in.iiinl lii-.-iout !i tml i.r
tilt; l.;k-, to t'l w'St -mW of 'ilii-'. t"
?(t 4 duik 'ir li'ul si'.'t ;tid it Hud
tloatcd to lli ii i -.v.- l.-tt the n-.ni
Mid Wi lli li; ti.t- ),Ui ! H illr J't!:''!'.
lint tli'' il'.l 1 ditcli ;t:id -.-liiir:.ii ;,i i:t-
WHgoil, .Vr. Joiili.-toli, till: il.-t-;;.i'.c.l,
was at. thi.-i timi- ti:'!iui. a-Jine v.:li p,s
watching for :i tl ..!' ducks i l a:
were; lining ovi.-r. il rK'U'iu.-.l to tiio
wagon, leaned his baf.v against t, Willi
his face to Hm east, lit: m sttiiding
with the stuck of his gun realm in
the ground, in trout ot liiui. ins liainin
crossed ovt'r the muzzle :nd
his chiu resting on his hands. 1 was
standing with my back to the deceas
ed, alumi 20 or 30 feet away, when
the gun was discharged; I turned in
stantly around and deseased was
etill leaning against the wagon, and
as he staggered from it, JorJen
jumped up and caught him and eas
ed him to the ground. He died, 1
think in ten minute. 1 think his
death was caused by the accidental
discharge of his gun in his own
bands. , I do not know how the gun
was discharged, but think, thaf it
was left cocked, and by some unac
countable w ay it was discharged.
Mr. Jordan - was sitting within
about ten feet" of diseased, when -the
gun went off. No gun was near Jpr
den. He (Jorden) was engaged
in wringing out Iris socks
that he. had got wet wading
in the lake. I no not think it would
have beu possible for any other per
son to have shot and mangled the de
ceased, in manner that be was The
charge passed througq both hands
tearing away the greater part of
them, then entered the neck under i ha
chin, some of the shot passing out
the back of the head.
Deceased never spoke after he was
shot. After the deceased died, I had
fonr persons, residents of Sarpy coun
tv, who personally knew of the acci
deut subscribe to a paper that I had
drawn up, Matiug that the knew
that deceased lying dead Iwfore us, came
bis death lv accidentally himself. Signed
A. It. Morrison, C. H. Templetou, J.
Morrison and James McAffee. Then
then the body was loaded into a wagon
and taken to South Bend.
Harry Jordan, Clin. Dill and .WiU
McAfee wore sworn sud testified nearly
the sa-ne as the proceeding.
We, tln jurors upon our oath do say
that the said John Johnson, diseased,
came to his death ou the 4th day ef
March 18S3 by a gunshot wound, in
flicted by his own gun while resting with
his hands ou tho muzzle of the same.
Iu testimony wiiereef the said jurors
have hereunto sirt their hand th'? day
ami year. aforesaid. " 'P. P. Gass,
Coroner Cus Co. X -i).
Geo. II. McC.un,
C. L. ii-.'i.I.KS,
J. W. C'oox.
SoLOii tx Yans.
Tiiad. A. STi::i'iii.
Tiie Co9Co. Agricultural Socie'y,
its meeting Saturday, elected the l'oiln-.v
ing officers for the ensuii:; year:
President J. C. Gil more.
Vice-president J. C. dimming.
Secretary Al'ui. S. Wise.
Superintendent J. 11. V-d'crv.
. Assistaut Supt. B. MeUioger.
Chief of Police -it. W. Hyers.
The date of the annua! meeting w as
also changed from the first Saturday in
March to tha, first Saturday in Decem
A board of of iect6fAconsisting of
D. II.. Wheeler, JVallcryAr-. E. .
Todd, I- G. Todd, Levi Uliurcliilivft-U.
Johnson and Samuel Richardson, were
chosen. AIo a committee on premium
list composed of C. W. Sherman, J. Val
lery, Sr. and II. Hester. Some other bus
iness was transacted aud the meeting ad
journed. The rejiort of the meeting, in full,
was unavoidably crowded out, at the lime
it should have I wen published, butaday
or so will hare no serious effect in this
Fcbruarv, 133; mean temperature,
Ksinfa!), or rather melted snow, J.
Lowest mean temperature on the
4th, 19 below, a the 2Jth, f3, high
est temperature. The warmest aud
pleasantcU day of the mouth aud ot
No times mean temperature below,
zero 4- Heaviest storm aud blizzard
on the 2d.
February ''came in like a lion aud
went out like a lamb;" but that signi
fies nothing. - It matters not how it
came in. The weather will be such
as it will, in spite ot all the supersti
tious notions ol anyone.
Meau temperatnre for the wiuter
months, 17.4. Rainfall, including
melteisuow, 2. Lowest tempera
ture on the 21st of Jan., 25 below.
She NeTer Tola Her Love Bat He DiJ.
Pacific JcscTrox, 18S3.
Dear Friend Mary: Mj charming
little gtrl may I call you. I with pleas
ure. answer the letter I received from
you on the 27th, and a charming letter
it was, to. The only truhle it was too
small. I dont see why you cant write
a little longer letters. 1 am liure you
are not half ?o hussy as I am truhle.
I have bivn helped scl?ce the last letter
I w rot yo.;. 1 have now got charge of a
pony iiilrs. I u p; se ya know whnt
a Kny .tell 1 wi.i tell you, i. : ;
s'.ich R tiiinjr us went ovtr inc at Free-;
port. 'A-ii Ma'ry 1 ' wUb you were)
hcare I woutd iiU.: to see you ee i
.o inueJi. liet I do i:ot tl.Mlk that I il;td j
better leave a .ifef) 0 ) iol . r month job I
iust no.v liiAiiu. I i-h I were there. I
If 1 L-.w.- tl.."il -xllnt T .'io now Vt'u ll- t 1 ;
would havecoi le btrry I a ti i;oi t'.iuk
IWJ-rrrrriratir 1 left tmme
i .r. ...,:.. w-,,- v.-,ii lint I .lid not
think I loved you so ciut h as I tiiu. 1
do- not kiio'.v whether vuu iowd me or
not Marry. ' But I uiways hopctlyoudid
How acarc .iiitry.w
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Mr. Ii. Spurlock ha, urrived home
frt' Missouri la improved health.
C E.' Wilcox, ones of .1. P. Young's
force, left for Camden, Ohio, Fri
day morning. - -
A. Clark, notwithstanding bis loss
by the fire, la again on deck, with " a
large stock of groceries and may. be
found ready to meet the wants of his
old customer1, and any new ones who
will give hlui a call, in the room re
cently vacated by Grace & Thelroff.
Mrs. Sullivan, mother of Judge Sul
livan, Miss Addle Gibbon, a niece, and
John R. Gibbon, brother-in-law of Mr.
Sullivan, arrived from WU-hita, Kan
sas, to visit friends in thii city.
Dr. A. I j. Child is up from his new
Kansas City home for a few days v is
it in this city, where everyone will be
more than pleased to see hiui.
It. A. Ilawley, of .Sutton, a pioiuinent
gnin man. sjent Sunday in the city.
Alex Schlegel started Sunday for
Deliver for a week's liu!!ies i here
i r. :
L'. M.i::i!i:iii A. i'.
Llueoln, p.i.'.de.i li.liu.'n ii
morning on ids ujv t.j
Geo. 1). Maltison, of South Umtl, is
sojourning in the city today.
Henry Iuhelder and a small dele
gation from Cedar Creek are spending
tho day in the city.
Hon . A. G. Kendall, Commissioner
of Public Lands aud Jtuildings, of
Lincoln, came down this morning.
Mr. Spangler, living south of to.s n,
came in this morning to meet his
brother and family from Ohio, who
will occupy the Clark farm.
The train for the west whs fc.tr
late again, today, but it is not to he
wondered at, as it consisted oi twelve
cars, seven of which were passenger
coaches filled almost to overlie wing.
The rush for the west continues un
abated. The members of thn O. A. 1?. are ar
ranging tor a special meeting at which
they are aiming to secure Geul. Paul
Vamlervoort. ot Omaha, to he with
them. Henry Mcfacken and S. P. Hoi
loway were skirmishing around town to
day making tho necessary arrangements.
The gifted fabricator of the Lincoln
Journal, who says ducks are plenty in
the lake at Ashland, ought to be com
pelled to stand in that lake like some
certain nimrods from Plattsmouth,
til the ice froze thick enough to bear
his weight out: our man didn't stand
there that long because he weighs
over two hundred, and from noon yes
terday until sundown, it did not have
time to get quite strong enough to
hold him up. U. V. M. ,
District Attorney Strode enjoys the
distinction ot trying the first cas.
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v!:k:i t tic o(i"
IU- mo: th .
:V i f Ml . Li!
a -id i:at:
.-. .i - !r.
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T r;' i:
i (;. ?::
:ry. tthnn livi
: i '(.' rtil; d ;u
'..: ii:r t'-is fi"Mt i
A paily of gentlemen of leisure !:.''; i
this town yesterday tor tho putpo.-e - f ;
a personal cxamioution of the ice pri v - j
iieges in tirwWiWtk!fT--rrV'.v re- j
""tliMLCourty, and report Lii-; prospect
'ora fair ice crop ou the Ashland
lnds is very brilliant. When they
Lext return to Ashland, ty" will go
prepared.to-hi-tesv-tri3 crop. They
fand several duck up 'here, but they
were all equipped wkh roiler skates
and were fleet footed at that, for full
information apply to Hon. Woi. Xev
Mr. G. II.ThompBon leaves for Oma
ha today, and from thtnea ho goes to
Milwaukee taking with him his model
of his fire escape. Mr. Thompson dur
ing his residence in IMtttsmouth has
contributed no small .-. mount to the
benefit of the city. As an architect, A
be has planned and superiiiteudud the
building of some of U.e finest and
most expensive blocks in towu, and he
has hers perfected sum 1 of bis inven
tions which are bouL. 1 to inure to
great financial success I r himself in
future. He has placed before the city
a grand opportunity to ;. furni
ture factory, and has fel. -. interest
with all in Plattsmovtb. ' ;i i 3 we trust
he may yet return hero for future
rile llig Muddy.
From the Nebraska City News of
Monday, we learn that the ice has
broken loose at that pi. tec. and done
considerable damage. A gorge formed
just above the city, and on Sunday
morning began to mov. The ferry
boat, Lizzie Campbell, v.-as caught and
completely wrecked. The government
tow boat which was o:-. the west bank
of the river narrowly escaped being
J 1 .
crushed, A short time afterward, the
river was clear of ice a. id passengers
for the K. C. traiq were transferred in
skiffs; befoie ni?ht. b. fcver, large
cakes of ice bog m fl iti igdown again,
ano ine imats m-vie no -:tor r-gui.it i
trips until M-r,'Jay.
tlote'was still riai:'ii.
Tt.t iv? -ti that
TLc K. of I I
Itt fivnill - tilt!
fi t;i.-;r otji-f
;.n eiVSJIIIJ tnu in?'.:..
ecis :.. the f us-iing ,v..".
Irrr-t Magriinc, t l .Oim'.:
with the lIg;.-. Tii.? f-ii..
t.f Lie cl.ict ra liis.: .
. ... l.i
v:is I'M l-
1 . , , , , , , fr f ( ci'Or.: H:i. TtUr. .1: s;it tlif t:m null I
j with the lodge. . h.; l-nl..-.v.arf C---t j pi...,- , ot.l, st. tLo ec.ru.-v.; :;er.?'Mi -
' TV.-. .11. i, 'nr f Ij, : 11 -v. . I ' . "7 -. ;t
XJasi. uitui ""-i- -"-'i. I . i
A. Oi of II..
A Cnuiia; t'elcbrrtinu I- fl tt'A'tioBth.
The lodge of Ardent tlrder of III-
bertiisns in this city, have all arrange
inents made for a graud celebration
of St. Patrick's day. iu this city, ou
Saturday, March 17th, at . which time
the members of tho order in Lincoln
it ud Omaha will be present; they hav.
Ing made arrangement for a Rpccisl
train for the oocaaiou. The members
will till be clothed tu regalia, aud tho
Omaha de'egatiou will bring a very
tine band w ith them. The order ol
the day will consist of a street pa
rade, speeches, and dinner in Fitzger
ald's hall. The order ot march agreed
upon is as follows; The home lodge
will meet the Omaha and Lincoln del
ation at the depot, the procession
will be formed, and the following line
of march followed:
l'p Main to tith, up tith to Cak, east
ou Oak to Ath, down &th to Vine, east
on Vine to 3d, south on 3d to Granite,
down Granite io d, north on 2d to
Midii and up Main to tLc hall where
ti': iereises occur. Au elaborate
liini- r !!! ;read for the guests
;.i';: 1 :'!. iir. a-. tiirreiiient
" ;. . for ji.i..i ! .
. I ..
i 'i I:
t Uiake, J Ca
l)i:c:.iiA l Id.ns.
ney, P Shields,
Murphy J DhuiImt.
t't.M. ON RKFKKSiiUENTS.
J Blake. J McVey, It Fitgerald, P
MeCann, I' It Murphy.
Special Meeting of the City Coiiucil.
V special meeting of the city coun
cil was called by the mayor Saturday
night for the purpose of selecting reg
istrars for the coming election.
There were present the mayor, couti
ciluien Murphy, Schnellbacher, Her
old, Hart man. Drew and Lehnholf and
city clerk Simpson.
On motion of councilman Murphy,
II. M, B ind w.'.j. :.ppi!i!td and con
firmed as ieisi;tr ill the iiist ward.
On i!iotion of e.ounciUuaa ilarluian,
John i)r.iiu w.ts apoiiiltd Mid con
firmed in the second ward.
Councilman Murphy nominated D.
Miller and councilman Drew nomina
lid J. W. t'ritey for the thini ward.
The ri-Milt of the b.dlot was a tie and
the mayor decided by casting his vote
for D. Miller.
Oi. motion ot cour.ciiman Murphy
Dr. Wintersiein was appin:ed and
coi i lii in ed in the fourth ward.
On motion of councilman Murphy
the mayor and city clerk were instruc
ted to issue a proclamation fur a city
election to occur on April 3.
The voting places decided upon are
at the court honse in the first ward,
Cass Co Iron Works in the second
ward. P. ' E. ltuffner's agricultural
warehouse in the third ward aud Fit
ter's shoe store in the fourth ward.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
As reported from the Clerk's offieu
J. Ii. Miimtottl and wife to Abra
ham Luckv, n A sw and nwj 24
10 w. d." ifUOoO.
J. S TewksliciTV to Henrv Klein
iv. . A -.w:! 15 1 I 10. w. d., .f!2i(0.
lie; 'i r:' i;
:!;)j i-Oli, i
i '.' : -.- i '
' '. e t
lit; j 1! 1 1
, q. .
'..l- '! 1.,
V t!.ll :.'!'!. v.i:'- -; !t:ohfi
teiu; lot bi, !.i !k i'i-.t:'!
( F 'ixg -t in Mary Mct':iiif;5 acres
iu s w i u w J 3,r It 10 q. c. tl. $l-3
J A ileiceu'iach to 11 V Gilbert;
lot 7, blk 72, Weeping Water w. d.
J E Dealt v and wif-i to Ilicliard E
Jones; sin Vi 13-10-13 w. d.-2,-
Jbhu Abcjdeen aud wife to It D
Applomau u ci-28- 11-9 w d $H,200.
County Commissioners to Matilda
C. Wood, ii wM ei j sw se 33 and
ei ne.!4 :i2-10 13, q c d, 5547.50.
Matilda C. Wood and lni3. to Aug.
F. Ost, nw4' se.( AS 10-1S, w d, $10,
OOo. Aug. F. Ost to Wm. Ost, r.ud. nw 4
seX 33 10-13, w d, $5,000.
Soutn Platte Land Co. to C. II. Teale
lots 39,0,31. 32 and 33, Greenwood,
C. 13. & Q. I?. R. Co. to S. s. Johnson,
ei nw. 33-10-10, w ', 8025.
C. H. & QK R. Co. to S S. Johnson,
t:e 33 10-10, w d, 1,850
Weeping Water Town Lot Co. to
Christian Schluntz. wj lot 1 blk70,
W?eping Water, q c d, 1.
Tate holds our lives, and all unseen ot u
Guides as with reins, despite our puny strain.
To the predestined Ka! ; whe re ganiered hope
In plenteous truitiou. all the tweets
01 aspiration followed and fulfilled,
Ambitionsjgnitifled. fears turned to joys.
Itetiuited love, fame, fortune ! or despair.
Or wreck, or lesser (but ills the tame)
In aspect multiform our coming greet.
Bm goals are startius-polata of new career
Each from e:ica differing ; In ascending cftrve
Progressing, 'till equated good atd ill
Shall haUmce In a vibratory pause
And coalesce In mystic union !
And as twin gases, merged, are cry stal dew,
They, good and ill, thus encb in each absorbed.
Thence form one Infinite Bkxifickxc !
And Fate at length unveiled. Is Love revsaled.
ONE '.NIGHT ONLY !
S:if unlay, March 10.
Thr Li. ttiksiir j?.;fiTy. ( titt City, v.-ould
ro-.."-nt.i v a:,3';::u': "tli'-t iht-y Uav? t-swid
t-adt Theater Troupe,
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South It. Mul Letter.
Mr. Phili , secretary ot the South
Platte Lund Co , was horc today look
iug the ground over, preparatory to
haviug a net street laid out, aud oth
ers graded, to take off tho surplus wa
ter, tho latter improvement has long
been needed. Ho informs u that the
compsny intend :o expend a cou.-id-erable
amount here this season, in
way of improvements
The "classic Platte" i getting on
its ear, and promises l tear thiugs;
but we do not anticipate any trouble
with our bridge, uuless we have a lit
tle break at this end, which we think
more than probable.
C. H. Dill is improviug the house
lately occupied by Geo. A. Hay & Co
as an implement warehouse, and will
fit it up for a boardiug house.
For the tirf-t time had a mail pouch
on evening's train froai Omaha, last
uight, now if we can gel one frovi
Plattsmouth we will be fixed.
A couple of dead beats traveling
through the county last night, stole a
part of Mike Cavey's luirtics, mid
Mime articles from the housu nf 'A' ill
IJtirris. When iu the morning, Mike
'over- .1 hid loss, his Irish arose,
i i'i piti.;' i.iu hid horse, he gaxe
liv. iy -
ii- iir i
of ihcii .i.iiil.:. i. M:s. 10. II.
we lerel lo l.-..rn is Ij . 1 1 da
sick. Her 111 iti I'liei.tls 1 fie
hope that l.er case a n.i s
i 'ay, who
Thos. W. Fountain, our live block
man, took a load of hogs to Omaha
X. W. KanefT carried a high head,
and treads lijzht on the ground, thrsc
tine days. Cause why: it is a boy.
Xate is setting up the ci;:irs, of course
Had to say all doing well.
Father Ward, our faithful bridge
keeper, reports all light :tt the bridge,
and the ice is moving out quietly.
Xo Plattsmouth dailies today, is
again the cry of our P. M., which,
the way, is a v;ry frequent remark
his; can't this be avoided! Think
W6 coti'.d have, a pouch from your ci'.y
on Xo. it would relieve us.
Monday, March :, '8-1
P. P. Gass, of Plattsuit.ulh. is the
guest of II J. Streight, today.
Mrs. E. E. Day -.is reputed much
better this morning, and it is hoped is
out of danger.
F. E. White. Jacob Vallery and C.
M. Holmes are in town today.
The body of the unfortunate man,
that lost his life yesterday, was taken
east today on Xo. 2.
Uncle Jason Streight goes to Platts
mouth this p. m. to look after his bus
iness interest in that citv.
AnAfAiioE, 3Inrch 2, IbS'.i.
A church supper last evening I'm
benefit of the Haptist church, netted
the society about $70. Tin v have a
very fine church i', would be a credit
to any city in .Nebraska. Land
hunters are on our streets daily, a
coloii3- of 40 families of German Lu
theran belief are expeetd to settle a
few miles north of Arapahoe iu about
Loss of cattle and sheep proves to
bevery light, stock is doingjwell now.
Many of our farnu-rs have sown
wheat, all have hopes of good crops.
Frontier county court house burned
lately, with county records; some
.tho ! iiio'i.-v is said io have been
biT. ;-. ). :i.'i:i of lir; sn;..'i ted
Int t.ot h ;i..tva. 1 i ; , t . oi :;:-. in
! ;! ' :.-. Ri'st'i".-' t ullv.
Avoca, Cii C. Neb , Mar-:i 5,
"!.!. IL--iAU:- f.'.t..t.f-s Hiv bing
shippe.1 iii. m this to '..?( -;: marJ.-et
.ir.d uu ui-reh:i!tl ai' K.r.intf at i1.'
cents a buahei. I lit- di-ui:in-.l is yo.d.
Many ha. lost heavily froui freezing
fllirlmT tlti It-lt 'jiiilur
" -"f "."V..
Our grain merchants are busy day
. , ,
and night, and their warehouses and
elevators are full.
J. M. Ueardsley, of Weeping Witter,
was in town last week.
O. T. Rockwell still prolongs Ids
visit to Michigan and everybody wotr
ders who she is, and is she pret ty ?
Dan. L. set up the cigars handsome
ly to the boys the other day, on that
but we will wa.it to s';e
him go to housekeeping before we
G. Malcolm's little boy is quite sick
again. Dr. Packard is in attendance.
"Shep, you may put out the lights
tonight, I am going to set up with the
Rev. Cooley preached here yester
day afternoon aud evening aud wi1
continue protracted meetings this
week, with the assistance of .Rev. Mr.
and Mrs. Clayton of Avoca.
Our merchants report business im
proving. AL Marshall is reshelving part of
his store building, ready for the spring
boom in business, j.
J. Y. Gant is buying and shipping
hogs again. .
Am. Smith is anxious to go ou the
turf again; he is quoted as the best
ruuner in Kansas, Nebraska and Col
orado. II. X. C.
We have had a pleasant taste of
spring, and this getting cold again,
pinches both men and bugs We ob
served a big spider on the sidewalk
this morning stretching out bis legs
as if begging for St. Jacob's oiL
The Platte is sending out her ice in
small. quantities, much to the satisfac
tion of bridge men.
J. At Glover bought out another
store over the river and brought the
goods to this side last week. Keep it
up J. V. till you get all Springfield on
c. F. Cnuif h:s purchased two car
I ioads ef cattlu from Taj lor Welborn,
whh'-.n be sr.ips to his frm out west
-. tv.rao wilt Ha
thf "cattle kings."
- , -SllCl li.l. It CI J .-i'-O .'li U- ir J7l.."
limps iittIv. Ve oUPtK.-ie was on a
"courtiui:" expedition, vnd aomebod
hereabouts will ''tu
J Os:irtiko p hall Friday evening. Tho
i pn-cetila z.xv to b' used toward bulld-
i'V sitiewalks from Main street to hie
itcpois. i ruveiers wju uppiectate me
Wm. Ossenkopp. has bought 40 acres
of the Fox estate adjoining towu, aud
is building thereon.
Slander's mid ISocdekel's buildings
will b ready for occupaucy in shout a
week ; ulio Mr. Aid's. Mr. Cutforlh'a
building is to be hoti clad. The iron
is now on the road from Pittsburg.
The IIkuald takes great pleasure
i" mentioning the music class of Mrs.
Kate Simpson. Mrs. Simpson has
successfully taught music to our
young people in Plattsmouth since
ISC'!, that being the year sho opened
her rooms, and organized her music
class. A portion of the time she
was assisted by her daughter Lelia,
now Mrs. Kalisky, an accomplished
musician, who had charge of the ad
vaced grades. Mrs. Simpson has some
twenty-four pupils in attendance upon
her school at the present time, receiv
ing instruction in harmony, itstru
inental a-id vocal. She ia assisted
dm ing the piesent term, by Miss Anna
Livingston, in in.-U ruiuet.tal and by
Miss Mary Muiphy iu vocal uiusia.
Mis. Simpson has been a very careful,
p.ttiiKtx.it i.ig instruct i e.is, . -ti.il very suc--sl.;l
with her pupiis.
I i; IJ i.i i i . ...-.
:. i !
!:. .' : l-'r ;'
rv..ili.. tin-- ui
til, t heii busin
was t.ik'-n i;p l.i Us
i egul.tr oi der.
1-. W. S:u l oi iii .1 Idrcs.n-.l ).
soinc len-'th upon tli.' pr.ip.v
a "tlimiinv" tram to make ! ular i
trips between Plattsmouth and Pacific
Junction, and said be. had interviewed
Supt. Iloldridge in regard lo it.aud that
if it would pay expenses the U. & M.
! Company would put on one.
The matter of the High School bonds
j wits brought up by .1. V. Wcckbach,
j and after some discussion, Mr. Weck
j bach was instructed to ro to Omaha
1 anil consult with Mr. Webster iu re-
I . I ... : .
I I' p." r -commend. it ion the Ilev. II.
j IJ. Durness w;ss admitted a:i an honor
ary meinoer of the lloai-i.
The rules were suspended an i M. P.
Mtilphy was elected to mem heislil O.
Tlio Hoard of Directors submitli-it
theipoit of their aunuai meeting,
htltl 4t tin4 oUi,,' of SvJC. Wise, ou Feh.
ti h, hich report was received and
The bills of W. S. Wise, 3 Hi; C. W.
Sherman, 54 5 ); and IIeuald Co.. 1
were reported corfect, and the Secre
tary instructed to draw orders on the
Treasurer for the same.
The subject of the Hoard procuiing
a room to be used exclusively for the
Hoard was thoroughly discussed and
the prevailing sentiment was that
they ouuht to. have one It was de
cided, however, that the Hoard would,
hereafter, meet at the ollice of I). H.
Wheeler & Co. until different arrange
meir.s for a room could bo made. Mr.
Wheeler very generously proposed to
let them occupy his ottice free of
charge, and hoped that members of
the Hoard would evince more interest
in the meetings and do something,
flood speeches were made by several
members, and the ii.iard adjourned.
The Liederkranz society elected the
following oflicers for ti e ensuingyeur:
President Wm. Webber.
Vice President II. M. H ins.
Secretary P. J. II uiS'-n
l'reasu r--r IV i -i M . in m.
A'aiden A. II. W'.-ck bach.
: N()H(.e horijy uivi.D n).lt ,,,,;
i vitni-ss f-fs iuve hem ieii.rte.i tot oiiinyt oni-
iiiiissiiineiM.il. reiii.iiuing in I lie liamls of W. C.
Showalter. .'lerk tl the District Court, nn-;ill-
j cd for up tn .l;iiin:iry i, ism.
i Kodnev Audi ".vs, witness ill lower Ctirt I.W)
i Ktl;tr istatzler, witness in lower Court... LTD
(;eins Wriirlit, witness in lowi-r ei.tirt 1,70
II. It. Hoover, witness lo.W
J. V. tilver, witnex U.uo
W:tltei C'utfiiilti. witness 3.M0
William l.'arlvle, witness 4..rJ)
R. W. t'liniiinuham. witness. , 3.40
Wni.Callvfle. wilnt'ss 3..Vi
(. Meter. tv itn-ss lower coiiTl 1.10
K. Deitri.h. witness in lower i-ourt ... l.io
S. Uittel. witness in lower court t.lu
F. Ket7er, interpreter lower eo;n t l.wi
Joint Hons. wUtf-ss in lower court l.ou
tieorze Diiiimiit. iti.cr ..V
M. 15. t'litler. witness 5,J0
.1. U. Allison, witness 5.0il
New ton How land, witness 2.00
John MiteMaeken, witness 2.0t
Alarion ArnistiODg. witness 2.UO
George Meirgs. witness, 2,00
J. I). Simpson, witness l.tu
S. Brantncr, witness 2,zo
V. II. Weaver, witness l,lo
Wvatt Orave-, w itness l.lu
W'.V. Dykes, witness l.lo
Wui. CuthmaiMi. w itne-s 1.1 (i
M. Sclineibaelier. witne.ss I. In
I'eter Hates, w itnese l.lo
John Alos. witness T.lu
If thf almve he not called for on or r.-foie tix
months ;ifier Keliriiary 21i. le3. the mine will
be uaid into t!ie school fund ot Cass eo-iniy.
Attest: J. W. JENNINGS.
rialtsiiimith, March c, l8ft. 8t2.
Notice to Physicians.
Notice i herehv tiven that huts will bo re-
rcceive.i at the olnce ol me t ounty Clerk, up to
noon of ihe 2d day of April. 183, lor the mcd
ic:ti at emlauce and luiuif ti ng of medicines
for county cliarjien and Inmates of county
I'oor H;ue anil Jail for one year. The Com
missioners reserve the right to reject any or all
bids. i;v order of County Commutsiouers.
Witnei' my hand aud official seal, this 7th
day of March, ISiU. J. W. Jinnimis,
w5U3 Cuntv Clerk.
A Farm For Rent.
Two hundred and forty acres, two
miles south-west of Eight Mile Grove,
highly improved, with good house and
outbuildings. Inquire of
It Plattsmouth Neb.
Two large pastures, under fence.
Good grass, plenty of shade, never
failing streams, rock bottom. Horses
and cattle received. Call on or address.
w.ViU Jno. W. Clakk.
A span of 6-year old mares,
horse wagon and harness; also 3
carrieee and harness.
w5ltf A. Drew.
' Roberts Pharmacy will be found
headquarters for ererythirig in th
line of paints, oils varnishes, p. tint
Iru9bf, window glass, wail paper, al-ah-istiin.
patent medicines, drugs aiil
tlrmrcrist's snndrir. Post'iv.ly tb.i
rfaeurv and oods
lar-'--.--V to vri. Y.
I 1L MJb
.Ioli:in (ti'.t i'':iio-
s ti :.cn ::-Kvj '! ii !
fi'ijl ami --j-t- m.-i-i fti- t.tii.:-V;si-.
It will pay 'ni to read W'i-e's col
ii i ii ii iii this paper, you ma)' tiud jus
what von want. lllltl
Tin! bei-t u'oruls for tin
;l William llerohN.
There is no uso talking, the I'er.tral
ltebtaurant is the boss eating hoti.-ii iu
the state. L'.'ltf
Money to loan; easy tonus on im
proved lands. Si I I. ivan tc Wikii.ev,
5tf at I'nioti Hlock
John lllake keeps constantly on hand
a full liu-J of line Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. Aug. 17.13:; -'.,yl.
!,');.' fi nis .r M'linil
for sale bv V. S. Vv'i.si-. :.S tl
A. Salisbury, Pi'iitist.
Man u fiit'd ui ing and Kt'iiairin;
and neat, at Merles'.
At St-ldegefs cijar sture may always
le found the very !( ' t I anils nf smok
ing and chewing tobaccos iu the mar
" II ACKMK l'ACK," a lasting and
fragrant perfume, l'rice 23 and 50
ly le.lit've Croup, V hooping ('ough and
l'OIt DYSI'Kl'SI A and Liver Com
plaint you have a printed guarrantee
o,i every bottle ol Mnluiia V nan.er.
It never fails to cure.
A NASAL 1 N'.J KCTOlt free with
each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh lieme
dv. l'rice 00 cent3. For snle by
Uoeowly smith & Ulacl linos .
Parties knowing themselves indebt
ed to me. will please call on "r before
March 3th, and settle up. Having
sold my goods I wish to square up till
accounts at once.
Fkank 1. Tkastkh.
Cedar Creek, Xeh., Feb. 'i-'. 'H3 4:t:t
TIIE I LEV. ('.
Burboii. In.!., says:
wife owe our lives. l
GUMPTION t T!;K
H. Tli All VE.for
-ii.it It invseif and
; ., .-. i i. i.- I.-.
, ; ; . .ii i - .
1 .! iyri-st I"
L'.ss of A
v m y
i ( i i ' " w
1 : i'
eria and '
; : c ; : . :
'in- l .i '
tiiKi-r M-.ul I
:MI I'll tV
. : . i . : i
,; ih, L.jihili
' r a!e hv
A Iteinarkahle K-eape.
Mi. Geo. C- Clarke, of Port Ial
housie, Ontaiio, gtateo that Mie had
been aoiitinetl to her room fo- a loug
time with that dreadful disease, 'ou
sutnption. The doctors sail -lie could
not escape an earlv grave, but fortu
uatelv she began taking Dr. Jviiig's
New Discovery for Consumption, and
in a short time ehc was completely
cured. Doubtin'' ones. i.l-a-e write
Mr. f'larke and be couvin.-ed. Trial
bottles free at Robert' Pharmacy
Large size $'1. ;y-cCv-ly
Who's ths Ilest riivsiciaii.
The one that does most, to iviicve
suflering biimauity til'ttie tht.uand
and one ills that befall them, is cer
tainly the best of :tll phy-iiciuns. Elec
tric iiitlers are daily doing tin-, cur
ing whet.; all other remedies failed.
As a spring tonic and biood puriticr
they have no equal. TV; poMtivrly
cure liver and kidui-v complaints. In
1 1 .a cl,rin,rfii.. -.I' I lin tfrlll thev !
lii ail n.ini; ui 111 - - ,
arc the bent aud cheapest phsiciau
known. Dailv Timc. Sold by Rob
ert's Pharmacy at M ei lit-. S3eGw-ly
Legislative RecoaiiiiPiidatlons. i
The nasty fumes iu Ii. R smoking j
cars is suf'.icient proof that most ci-j
gars are adultcatcd with injurioiis j
drug3, such as opium, St. Jacob's oil, j
or any other tslutf that diabolical
genius' cau devi.e. We therefore, and !
in conformity of Prct. Aughey re
port, recommend the public to u-c
Pepperbcr-i's cigars which are not
alone of finest quality, but al-.o strict
ly pure; legislators and ot.iers will
provide themselves w ith these cigars
during the sessiou and preserve a
clear mind for business.
43-tf Jclits Pepi'Ebbkko,
Manufacturer. I'laUuiouth. Neb.
Joy, Joy to the World.
If you meet a man who looks as if
he had lost all his friends had his
house burned down and business de
stroyed, just make up your mind that
he either has dyspepsia or his liver is
out of order.' The best thinz y. tt can
do for such a woe begone individual is
to advise him to go to smith & Riack
Bro.'s drug store, and get a botllo of
Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic, which
will cure him without fail. Also an
infalible remedy for pimples and
blotches ou Ui fnee. Onlv SO eftiis a
The Seystine of Health.
lb' C!l JO'I fcYp"?i t el We.l. ol
even erij..y l:f v. her. v. lo a'"ut
with a hacking i-j-i:. 'i lie tKl, in
Ills Wisdom. siVS t!iei i;oci;ie lor
in, stays inert? i i;n ri.e- ii j
1 wis? man l.i s him to Smith i
Pro.' tb i-vf store, and ets a j
Dr iiiifehivT Positive Cure,;
it. liut the wis
& Black I
. .t n MOTaaiCT O - cmEaMsv.
i ootue oi ir
-mm. mm- rt 'm
45fie iiBai9 mSs tfiie v
Full THAnu Cnv
Full I.iuc ilv,
G- SS. 0
Kar gains au
Ftf'.k revisions of all KindK, at I'
my word for it, but
South Hiiln oT Main Strut, ,
thuy hnvv. movn
will be kept at t
j would be please
J:. j, ii V KiTK 1 1 Mil
lias just receive
general line, I k
Jt1 our KllHiS OJ
Don't fail to c
Sing, Oh Sing, that Song A'ai':
How can-yoa h)ii;h you fci:?i-
every breath hy, Ret tj- ,1 u
of Dr. Rigelow s I'tsitive ( i
you will he answered, it curt
coughs, 'consumption, whooping
ar d all diseases of the lujign,
will cost you nothing to Arstit
call at Smiiii S- Riats ' liro.'s
Seek " Furtlicr.
It is said an 'hi phL-oplit i
an honest man witl-
itiid hutiiaiiity has so
luilieMt lllei! tcillfl 1
ana at once l-ms
t.. .,.!, Klltwietie. n nits n
in nr. .lones lieu
' cures all diseases of
li t jili "- mmples, and acts I
i pois in ; liver and urinary or
. - 1 ..ii u f.. I It-iil :
. Bros., druggists. f
Xof new costs nothing.
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