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WEEKLY HERALD: PLATTS MOUTH, NEBRASKA, JHNE 12,1890.
BUSUCE'S IMPLEMENT HOUSE
Blar Li-tcr-. Miill.um U'iiL'.'iins Mtl !!ii,'L'i. Moline Kto 1 i l.w row s
Little Jk. ' CuitivHtor. I'lmio Steel Harvester ami Uin le-s
The I)nly Killing Cultivator.-, mul
X Hue line of double and single litirness.
mo old stock:
Our Goods are all new with the latest and best improve
VJE Hm E NOTHING BUT FIRST CUSS GOODS
FARM WAGON SPRINGS
AVe have something new in a spring for alarm wagon, it
will pay you to see it.
Sixth Street, near Riley Hotel.
Rock Bluff Notes.
Preparations are being made to have a
Sunday school picnic Saturday the 14th.
Mrs. "Win. Holmes, daughter of James
Matthews, 1ms been very sick, but at this
writing is thought to be some better.
Key. Day, of Union, gave us a lecture
on the prohibitory amendment question
last Saturday niglit.
Alexander -Graves had a horse very
badly cut by a barb wire fence last Sat
Some pieces of wiuter wheat have
proyen such a poor stand that the
fields have been replanted in com.
Wyatt Hutchinson lost .",00 young
chickens by the high water of Mud
creek last Monday night. The water
got about two feet in their hen house and
We are glad to see that the IIekai.d
has taken the .moral side of the temper
ance question, instead of the high li
cense, the saloon and the immoral side.
Jodie Sans came back a few days ago
from Cheyenne, Wyoming Ter. and
other parts of the west where he has
been roaming around. He says that
wages are as good here and work more
plenty than any of the places he got into
while he was gone
Uncle Sam's census taker, Win. 13. Al
len is around finding out all about us.
And from the great number of questions
tjie enumerators are asking, we should
judge that they are doing a great amount
of work for little pay. Kut when the
work is ouce completed. Uncle Sam will
know more about himself than he has
ever known before.
We have made a practice of recording
the precipitation of snow and rainfall
for about two years at this pi nee. Dur
ing the month of April there was only
fifteen-sixteenths of an inch rainfall; but
during the month of May there was 4g
inches fell. Hut last Monday night it
rained three inches, raising Rock creek
higher than it has been since 188:, and
six bridges in this neighborhood will
have to be repaired. Tim Shaveu.
To all whom It may concern :
The commissioner appointed to locate a road
beginning at tlie southwest corner of section
thirteen (13.) town eleven (11) rane thirteen (13)
and running thence east on section line two
and one-fonrtli 2K) miles have reported in
favor of the location theret.f, and all objections
thereto, or claims for damages, mut lie filed in
the county clerk V oflice ou or before noon on
the 10th day of July A l lxix), or such road will
be located without reierence thereto.
9-4t County Clerk.
Attention. "Coffee Coolers" or Men
of 186 1 to 1865.
On December 19, ISs'.i, there wa or
ganized at Lincoln a Stute Veteran As
sociation of which I was elec ted presi
dent, and Comrade Wotfe, secretary.
Comrade the time has conn; to organ
ize in defense of your own lights as you
did for the defense of your own country
in '01. The young dude of today who
was '"born with a silver .puon in his
ni'-uth" says that you are asking too
much ami that you will ruin the country.
He forgets that when real danger threat
ened our country, he and his father
skulked to the rear while you went to
the front. Comrades, theinonied men of
this country have told congress just how
far they will permit it to go in pension
matters. Wall street is against you.
The man whose bonds you saved from
the waste bas ket is against you. They
tell us "that the people won't stand it.'
Comrades, the long roll is sounding call
you into line. Fall in! fall in! And
defend the rights of yourself and family.
It is claimed that we are divided among
ourselves and that we do not know what
Now that there may be no uncertainty
as to how we of Nebraska stand:
I ds hereby call a mass meeting of the
veterans of '61 'C5 to meet in Lincoln
ou Wednesday, at 2 o'clock p. m. June
25, 1890, to consider such matters as
may be of interest to us. That every
county may be represented it is re
quested that the veterans of each
county meet at their several county seats
at 2 p. m. June 19, and organize a veter
an association, electing a president and
secretary and appoint at least two dele
gates to attend the meeting of the state
association at Lincoln on the 2oth iust.
Do not fail to organize your county as
sociations. If but two attend the county
meeting on the 19th., organize so that
there may be some one to correspond
with. You can depend on the support
of the boys who do not attend.
The organization is not intended to
take the place of the grand army of the
republic. It is intended to include all
honorably discharged soldiers and to ad
vance our own intererts and defend our
Railroad and hotel rates will be pub -
State and county papers please copy.
II. C. Russell,
Pres. State Veterans' Association.
Veterans of Cass county will meet at
theO. A. R. hall, Plattstnouth, Thursday
June 19th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Hy ordt r
of committ e.
I'ur town in fame ir'u-- f:ir alii! wide.
With ruMie air i-lie swells w it li pride,
I.Ike el:isir home on hill" f he stands
A mistress fair but richer iamls.
Mid hill and groves and zepher o!t
The llowcrs bloom of fiagiance oft ;
Knehaiit lug ground with native wealth.
Her people move with rosy health.
if business growth w e oft ' confer ;
Our merchants well t' eil business slir ;
The iv.iiio.nl slut; s for lah.ir pay
Kight hnnilred men that work by day.
Our church and schools do somewhat lack
For want of chink were fallen back,
lint hope to gain along this line
As time goes by these mean- divine.
Our city light- of Franklin birth
lo hang Ploft to light the earth.
To l uble our feet iu paths of l igut.
As we may choose our way by night.
Our street car line of public need
Has passed away and gone to seed ;
Its long felt want, time may repair
A.id bring relief for nick!e fare.
The curse of all that cuies be,
f hat hangs a pall to hell the key.
That robs the home and damns the soul.
The use of ruin from counter dole.
Oambreiii'S crowned a king by law,
A jack iu form with schoonered paw ;
And lager beer bids thirsty soul
Come iu and iniaff at Bacchus' poll.
We'll turn away from picture sail
To home of joy that makes us glad ;
'Tis love that rules the happy home
In word or thought where 'ere we roam.
IT. W . (iltKK.T.
An Editor's Grandchildren.
J. It. Dodd, editor of the daily and
weekly Arbor State, of Wymore, Neb,
says: "I have seen the magic effect of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in cases of
coup and colds among My grandcliil
dren. We would not think of going to
bed at night without a bottle of his rem
edy in the house." For Sale by F. O.
Fricke fc Co.
By virtue of an order of sale issued hy W.
Showalter clerk of the District court within
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I w ill on the 23rd day of June A. I. lSyo
at 2 o'clock p. ni, of said dav at the south door
of the court house in said county, sell at pub
lic auction, the following real estate to wit :
The south half of the Xorthwest quarter (s !i
of n w X) of section thirty six (3C.) town eleven
(11) range ten (10) in Cass county Nebraska to
gether with the privileges and appurtenacces
thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining,
the same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Oliver Jacobs & Co. and Paulina A
Horton and Willis J Horton defendants, to sat
isfy a judgment of paid court recovered by
Murtey Bros, plaintiffs against said defendants
Plattsmouth, Neb., May 21. A. D, 1300.
William Tiohe, Sheriff.
Like - A - Thousand - Streams
Finding their way to tin- Ocean, the People come to buy:
They recognize our une.pialt 1 hicilities for Obtaining and Dis
posing of the .1 5est :
Mens, Toys snd Childrens Clothing at the Lowest Prices.
They recognize the extent ami excellence of our assortment:
The elegance, make, ami superior finish of our goods:
The Honorable Manner in which we conduct our Business.
They Itealize When they give us One Dollar in
Silver We give them One Dollar in Clothing.
If you want a Business Suit we will lit you out.
If you want a Dress Suit we will tit you out.
If you are a matrimonial candidate, we will tit you out, in a
tine Dress Suit for the occasion.
The Wise never get left and they buy their Clothing
and Furnishings ot
The Leading Clothiers,
The G-reatest Sale of Thein All
VIH commence May Slst ami it will
last until everything is sold. Save yonr dollar and
trade at tlie
till i I'lyiim
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Fine summer dress. good worth 10c and 15c tor 7. Single width
cashimere worth 20c for lOe. .Double width Henrietta half wool
worth 40c for 20c. F;ne cashmere worth 50c for 25c. All wool
serges worth 05c lor 35. All wool cashmere, silk warpe, worth 65c
for 50. All wool cashmere, silk warpe worth $1.25 for 75. All silk
finish Henrietta worth 81.20 for 75c. Silk warpe Henrietta worth
$1.50 for I.dO. Silk warpe Henrietta worth $2.50 for 1.50. Otto
man cloth worth $2.00 tor 1.00. Brillian tines worth 1.00 for 50c.
Steel Greys in stripes and plaids worth 1.50 and 1.00 for 50c. Dress
linincr", G. P. Smith ifc Co stock. Cambric worth 0c tor 3. Dress
;lraidworth 10c for 3c. Buttons worth 25 for 5c a dozen. Spool silk
worth 10c tor 3c Twist worth -5c for lc. I3y buying the dress
goods and trimmings all together, you can get them tor half prices.
Sateens 1 yard wide worth 20c tor 121. Imported Sateens all colors
and shades, woi th 40c for 20c.
WHITE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
India Linen worth 10c for 5c; worth 15c tor 10c; worth 25c tor
15c, worth 25c for 20c, worth 35c tor 25c, worth 45e for 30c. Striped
and white plaid dress goods worth 25c for 15c, worth 30c for 20,
worth 40c for 25c. Dotted Swiss worth GOc for 20.
Laces, Embroideries and Lace tlouncing in all the latest styles.
Good linen lace worth 5c sor lc, oriental lace worth 10c tor lc
worth 15c for 5c, worth 20c for 10c. Pillow case lace worth 10c for
3c, worth 10c for 5c. Embroideries worth 5c for lc, worth 10c for 5c,
worth 15c tor Sc, worth 20c for 10c, worth 30c tor 15c, worth 40c for
20c, worth 50c for 25, worth75c tor 50c, worth 1.00 for 75c.
Our stock of silk umbrellas is complete. All Silk Parasol, gold
headed worth 2.50 tor 1.50, worth $5.00 for 3.00, worth $5.50 for
3.00, worth $7.00 tor 5,00.
Finest line ot summer shawls Good summer shawl worth $3.00
for 1.00, worth $2.25 tor 1.25, worth $3,00 tor $1.50, Avorth $4.00 tor
2.00, worth $5.00 for 2.50, worth $0.00 for 3.00, worth $7.00 for 3.00
worth 87.00 tor 3.50, worth $8.00 for 4.00, worth $10.00 tor 5.00,
worth $12.00 tor $6.00, worth $14.00 for 7.00.
Best summer corset worth $1.00 for 50c. Yum Yum corset
worth $1.00 tor 50c. Ball B. corset worth $1.25 lor 5c. Imported
r 1.25. Imported corset worth d.00 lor l.ol.
corsets worth $2 50 for
Good hosiery worth 10c tor 5. Lisle thread 50c for 25, worth
65c for 35, worth $1.00 lor 50c.
Jersey Jackets worth $1.00 for 40c, worth $1.50 for 75c, worth
$2.00 lor 1.00, worth $3 tor 1.50, worth $5 tor 2.50.
Taylor made jackets worth 3 for li50, worth 5 for 2.50, worth
6 for 3, worth 7 for 3.50, worth 8 tor 4.
Table oil-cloth worth 40 for 25, Eloor oil-cloth worth 75 for
40c, worth 1 for 60c.
"Window shades and fixtures combined 50c a peice, the best C5c
Kid gloves worth 1 tor 59, worth 1.25 for 1, worth 1.50 for 1.
Lisle thread gloves worth 30c for 15, worth 40 tor 20, worth 50
for 25, 00 tor 31, worth 1 tor 05.
Silk mitts worth 30 tor 15, worth 40 fnr 20, worth 50 tor 3o,
worth 75 tor 5o, worth 1 for 05.
Our stock of ribbons is complete. Finest line of ladies' and
Misses' Underwear, Bushings, veilings and Handkerchiefs.
Finest line of lace curtains worth $2.50 for 1.25, worth 3 for 1.5
worth 4 for 2, worth 0 tor 2.50, worth 6 for 3, worth 7 tor 3.50 worth
S tor 4, worth 9 for 4.50.
Fine ijood ami plenty of them. Every department is full of new nveltics rich in quality and style.
"When wc aim to keep the best one priciple is; Fair dealing and one ambition to please our
trade, one price and the lowest.
Come JEmly tsml sec we JBargains tifoe$jj will m$ last mil summer
Ao CO 1 EU & CO
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