Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1883)
Powered by OpenONI
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
Tke Plaltmoiilli Herald PntlishmE Co.
For City and Countv Directory, Railway Time
Table. Telephone Kxcuauk BuMneii Di
rectory, Uimlncsi Cards &c, pee third pace
J Err. I STONE, - City Editor.
A. Salisbury, Deulht.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisements or
changes in advertisements must be
Lundod in to tLe business olllce not
later than It a. m, of the day in which
they are to be inserted. Copy for pay
locals and special notices must be hand
ed in befoie t p. m. each day to insure
insertion. II. 11. Dushneli,,
Ic: cream at the art loan tonight.
Concert tonight at the Art Lo tii. Ev
eryone is invited.
Attend the Jubilee singers tonight
and be happy.
Antil'a candy stand at the art loan was
a happy hit. Jiru known how to make
good candies and the people seem to ap
preciate his effort to pl jiiis aud sweet
en. The Art Loan concert as rit.-d by
the programme hist cveuhig occur this
evening and will bean important part iu
the cntertiiiumeut. No extra charge for
Tomorrow night i the last one of the
Art Loan, and the ladie having it in
charge have engaged the II. fc M . band
to play for them on the street and in the
hall. The boys make line music aud
will be one of the chief attraction..
It is a Strang but true commentary
that Nebraska City's greatest souree
ef reveaue at present comes from her
grave yard. 1'ress.
Tki3 is a grave charge for the Frcss
to make. It has been known for some
time, eutside, however, that Nebraska
City was a very fair graveyard.
The fountain scene at the Black
Crook last night was something never
before witnessed upon the stage in
this city, and was something simply
magnificent. The " Water Witch,"
with a corps of the Are boys, f urniGhed
the material for the display.
Secretary of State lioggen, aud Clener
al Itowcn, of Hasting, passed through
the city last night on their way to Wash
ington to endeavor to make some ar
raugmcnts for tent for use at the next
reunion. They are armed with the nec
essary credential, fcc, and will make
au effort to secure the tents which will
be used at Denver, just previous to the
Nebraska reunion. ?.
"Uncle"' Sam Barker came in lap t even
ing from Lincoln. He purchased from
Turner Bros., who are feeding at Hiy
mend, 500 head of fat cattle and 500
hogs at a cost of $50,000. This is the
second purchase "Uncle" Las made with
in a menth aggregating $130,000. W c
have a right to be proud of a man who
will boldly walk away with $130,000 in
The Herald calls attention today
to the advertisement of Mrs. A. P.
Stout, who has today and tomorrow
her grand display of millinerj goods
for the spring and summer trade on
exhibition at her millinery parlor.
The display as depicted by one of our
special reporters is such as to delight
the hearts of all the ladies in the land,
and the Herald hopes all the ladies
in the city will call upon Mrs. Stout
and consult the latent fashions there
The boys returning home yesterday
from attendance at the session ef the
grand lodge of the Knights of Honor,
held at Fremont, have a good joke on
a Nebraska City attorney. By some
slight-of-hand trick one M., of I'latts-
mouth, managed to purloin the gold
watch of one W., of Nebraska City.
Our informant remarked in giving the
story away that vt . was ottering Dig
money for its return, and suspicioned
one from Crete, of having the "ticker"
in his possession. Probably about to
morrow the Nebraska City chap will
bo called upon by W. T. & Co's ex
press agent with a C. O. D. package,
the manner the boys adopted of re
turning it to him. State Journal.
Last night Capt. Black went out in
the country with his shot gun and
brought home with him thirteen geese,
and today the sportsmen in the oity
are all agog with the Mania spreading
rapidly, taking ia many of the most
sober and industrious business men
who haven't fooled with a shot gun
for years, and who have with the en
tire sporting fraternity hied to the
fields in pursuit of game. The Her--ald
counted team after team wending
their way out of the city, and if they
have lack proportional to Wiley
IHack's last evening, they will bring
1785 geese home with them, and the
"goose will hang high."
The New Orleans University sing
ers appeared at the City Hall last ev
ening with ono of their fino progam
mes, to a large audience, the seating
capacity being taxed to its utmost.
Tue quaint, thrilling songs of slavery
days, as well as the jubilee selections,
were rendered iu a matchless 6tyle by
the vocalists, a double quartette, all
giftei with full toned, melodious
voIcjp, the resulting harmony being
exceptionally rich and captivating to
the mo9ical ear. -A Iron (III.) Daily
THE ART LOAN.
A Further Description of It.
Several articles were crowded out in
yesterday's mention of the department
HOOKS AND MANUSCUIPT8,
among which was one side of a leaf
from a business ledger, found by Capt.
L. I), Bennett, duriugthe rebellion,
dated 1TC9. It was an evidence that
they did business in those days, and
that they knew how to keep books.
The penmanship and general appear
ance of the page would do credit to
some of the expert book-keepers of
There is also an old newspaper w hich
was printed at Philadelphia on the 8th
day July, 1778, called Dunlap's Penn
sylvania Packet, printed by John Dun
lap, which contains the account and
Declaration of Independence. This is
the original paper, and not a fac simile,
aud is one of the most interesting
npecimeus in this departments The
Ulster county Gazette, published at
Kingston, Ulster county, New York,
on Saturday, January 4th, 1100, by
Samuel Freer & Son, is auother news
paper quite interesting, and is dressed
in mourning on account of the dath
of Ptesident Washington. It contains
some speeches by members of the
House of Representatives, in session,
on tho death of Washington. These
papers are the property of J I. M, Bush
nell, and are valuable- relics. Mr.
i Bushnell is in tho newspaper business
himself, now, and it might be well to
lay away a copy of his paper for exhi
bition at the art loan a hundred years
We found a deed mitde by A. It.
Smith' grandfather to his father,
transferring a piece of land in New
Hampshire, which wae signed Feb. 8,
12C, w hich is well preserved.
There is another old bible which be
longed to Curtis Moore's grandfather,
and the binding is of heavy leather,
sewed on with leather whangs. It
contains the family record from the
24th day of January, 1799.
M. A. Ilartigan furnished the fac
simile of a map of Ireland, published
in 179$, showing the localities and ti
tles of the principal old Irish families.
The O'Flahertvs. McCarthys, O'Slat-
terys, McFinnigans and O'Laffertys
are all there and have been for long
A copy of the Plattsmouth Jeffer
sonian, the first paper printed in Platts
mouth, dated June 25th, 1S57, and pub
lished by Jeffers and Sherfy, occupies
a prominent place in this department
and is of much interest to old resi
denters of the city. Mrs. Todd has
preserved this paper for lo these many
years, on purpose to have it here at
this art loan.
The most valuable and liberal con
tributor to the exhibition is J. W.
Barnes, who has a collection of stones,
ores, etc, of the value of over $1,000.
The specimens number about a thou
sand and each article ranges in value
from 25 cents up to 850. There are
all kinds of piecious stones, except
diamonds and sapphires. There are
quite a number of petrified specimens,
prominent among which are pieces of
pine and black walnut, that are so per
fect as to require no explanation re
garding them, a'nd another piece of
petrified ivory found in the Republi
can valley during the construction of.
the B. & M railroad through there.
It is worth the time and money in
rested to visit the Art Loan just to
see this collection.
A Chinese idol, "The God of Har
vest," which is about 1,000 years old,
stands there in the same position
that he did 1000 years ago. He don't
look very tired cither, but apparently
derives as much pleasure from being
on exhibition as those to whom he is
exhibited. He probably is a good
God, and his presence here now may
have some good effect upon the crops
that will be harvested this fall. There
is "Gansea" the God of wisdom, a lit
tle brass fellow about 'J or 3 inches
high, standing in the attitude of a
man playing a life. He don't look
very wise, but we don't say that he
isu't, if be is, his looks give hiin
away. There is "Krishnu" the God
of Incarnation. He is the most sensi
ble looking one of all. He sits upoi
an elephant with both arms extended
as though giving orders ho meant
should be obeyed. They either came
through or passed close to a brass
foundry, and became brass. Iu the
same case with these gods are a num
ber of other curiosities such as Chinese
slippers and shoe?, knitting needle
cases etc., of which space forbids par
On the other side of the hall is an
"ileal mining camp" by D. B. Smith. It
is arranged on a board about a foot and
a half square. In one corner is the little
log cabin and iu another tho opening of
the mine, while in front of the cabin
stauds the old well curb and famous
oaken bucket. Three men arc visible
on the scene, one chopping wood, an
other taking a rest on the old bench by
the cabin door and the third is carrying
:ie end of a halter to which is attached
a mulo at the other. The whole is fenced
in by little 6tones and specimens of ore,
rank Carruth has a set of Chinese
chessman on exhibition in which each
piece is an image of the character it rep
resents. The collection of masonic badges by
D. II. Wheeler is an attractive exhibit.
Wo don't know how many there are but
we counted up to forty -seven and got
Another handsome collection is the
hand painted tidies by Ernst and Mag
gie Waguer. The work is done on satin
and they nre very beautiful ond evidence
The Art Loan is a complete bucccss all
tho way through, not only fin mcially,
but as an exhibition and those having
it in charge dc3crye great eredit for the
zeal and labor required in its manage
ment. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION.
Of the Lincoln District of the M. E.
Church to be Held at Weeping
Water May 14 and 15.
PROGRAMME OK EXKKC'IXK.
Monday, 7:15 p. in. Preaching by
R. N. McKaig, after which the elec
tion of officers.
Tuesday, 8:00 a. in. prayer meeting
conducted by G. Suuiau, after which
the following essays will be read aud
discussed by the association.
8:30 !Is there a probation after
death?" T. A. Hull.
9:q0 "The advisability ol spcci-il
cvaugclists in the M. K. church. W.
9:15 "Does the M. E. church retain
her former stauding in Christian pie-ty?-'
11:30 "The Knd of Preaching," A.
11:25 "Union Suudav Schools'" L.
1:30 p. m. Opening exercises con
ducted by K. J. Kobinsion
1:15 ThcjFall and ReoeveryJ of
Man," W. F. Waro. :iud J. G. Walk
er. 230 "The Work and Necessity ol
Presiding Elders iu the M. V.. church,
3:00 "The Sunday School iu its
Relation to the church,'' A. Madole.
3:30 "Hxegc-ds of I Peter," 3: 18-
4:00 "The Limit of Growth in
Grace in Justification," P. 8. Math
er. 4:30 "Woman's Sphere iu Promot
ing Christianity," W. It. Jones.
7:45 Tweuty minute speeches, ol
Missions, C. I. Hackney; on Sunday
Schools, 8. P. Wilson; on Church Ex
tension, P. S. Mather. -
All' preachers, within the bounds of
the district, not named in the pro
gramme, will come prepared on topics
of their own selection. Parties com
ing with teams will please notify the
pastor of the M. E. church at Weeping
Kiralfy Bros. Black Crook.
This entertainment in the Opera
House last evening was witnessed by
a very large and select audience of
Plattsmouth people, aud a goodly
numner from Weeping Water, Pacific
Junction and Louisville, who came to
the city to visit the Crook. The first
entertainment ever presented to a
Plattsmouth audience by the Kiralfy
Brothers, whose spectacular pi ays lead
the world in scenic effects and natural
presentations. To say the audience
was delighted is a safe expression, and
all through the presentation of the
play the wonderful scenic effects were
witnessed with the greatest delight by
the audience entire. The scenes of
special merit were the incantation
scene, where in the wild mountains
the Crook kindled his ghostly fires
where every rock opened and revealed
a devil, where the serpent writhed
and the owl on the mountain side
blinked as he sat beside the portal
where the evil one himself made his
appearance and conversed with the
Black Crook. It was no wonder that j
"Grippo" was terrified and "wanted to j
go home." The audience appreciated
his position. "The Fairies Retreat"
was :t magnificent scene, and elicited
rounds of applause. The ballet was
pronounced by those supposed to
know, to have been very skillful, and
the acting of Yon Puffengrunt and
Dame Barbara was highly amus
ing, while the singing of Miss Seymour
as the Fairy Queen was very pretty.
There was no objectionable feature to
the entertainment, and Plattsmouth
people may know that managers hav
ing the reputation that Kiralfy Bros
have, do not place objectionable plays
before the public.
HEAL ESTATE TliANSlrEii.S.
As reported from the Clerk's office
each da3 :
Samuel liicnaidsou aud wife to J.
If. Hall lot 10, Idle 41 Plattsmouth w d
K S Wilkinson and wife to E L Reed
eJa uvv4 1-10 11 w d 3,000.
li S Wilkinson and wife to Weeping
Water Town Co. sw.l,' nw,. 1-10-11
ex5a w d $2J0.
E L Ueed aud wifn lo F E Miller pt
1 10-11 1 a $1,688.
C II & 2 R R Co. to
G V Johnson
nc4 35-10-11 w d $2,367.
K W llyerd .heritr, to W Xevi.le n
H so J4 30-1013 shcrill'a deed
It W Jlycrs sheriff, to Jos. Cox e
tm-lO-lS -sheriff's deed S47G.
W W Glares and wife to X fl El
lington lots 7, 3 and 9 blk 1 s Ruck
Bluffs q c d iji25.
II D Clark guardian to Rhoba Rose
evl nw'i 34-11-11 guardian's deed
For Sale at a Bargain.
A new house 16x21 ami 14x14, story
and a half; nicely arranged; with lot in
Louisvilie. For p.irtkl.11 it (iiipiire nt
Hkhai.O of fiee. 4ld'it
A larjje stock of croquets, base balls
and bats, hammocks, rubber balls, &c;
just received at Smith & Black Bros.
To the ladles of PlsU.-moulh, SI ids
May A. Sage respeclf dly solicits dress
making and family sewing at her resi
dence on Fourth street between Main
and Vine, first door from Main. 40d?twl
Attorney Crites went to C'olmnbus
this morning on business.
Surveyor General Stevenson left for
Falls City today to be absent over Sun
day. J. II. Haldeman and J' rank Klepser
were among the WeepingWatcr visitors to
our city today.
J. H. Strode returns from Nebraska
Citythi evening where he has been at
tending district court in action there.
I). I). Johnaon an 1 B. C. Yoeman two
of the lively town of Weeping Water's
best business men are in Plattsmouth to
day. Chief of Police Byer, of Lincolu,caine
down yesterday morning after a festive
coou who had cultivated too 1 amtliar an
acquaintance with a Liucoln damsel of
the same spieces. flic aforesaid f. c.
however, had studied the battle from
afar, and hied himself away to parts un
known, so the chief returned without his
Hon. F. M. Davis and wife aud Dr.
W. D. Gibbon and wife came up from
Weeping Water last evening to attend
Kiralfy 'a great opera of the Black Crook
at the opera house. The Heualo on be
half ol the city is glad to receive visits
from our business neighbors anil when
the Plattsmouth & South Western It. It.
is around to Weeping Water we shall
look for nnnv puch excursions.
The Hkkai.u had a very pleasant
call this morning from Dr. J. II. Wa
terman, of Louisville. The Dr. is on
his return from New York, where h
was summoned by the death of his
father, Russell Waterman, one of Os
tego county's oldest and most re
spected citizens. Dr. Waterman's fa
ther had reached the good old age of
78 years past, and was a loved and
honored citizen of New York .
John Bauer has leased the Stohlman
place, corner of 7th aud Yine street, is
prepared to accommodate the public in
the way of boarding and lodging by the
week or month. 40dlm
Armour's best brand hams. . . .
" " breakfast bacon.
Drv salt meat
Sugar cured shoulders
At ilatt & Co's. meat market.
. .. .15
. .. .12$
Everybody is invited to attend the
trimmed opening of pattern hats and
bonnets at Mrs. A. P. Stout's, Friday
and Saturday, April 13th aud 14th. A
boquet will be presented to every
Lone Jack, Fruits and Flowers and
other choice brands just received at
Schlegel's. ' wl o7d(it.
Warrick always keeps the best 175
test headlight oil at 28 cents. 150 test
headlight oil at 25 cts. wl-d36t6
Land roth's and Others Garden Seed.
A fine line of bulk 6eeds comprising
all kinds ol" garden seeds, the largest
line ever before kept we have in the mar
ket this spring. Before buying vegeta
ble seeds of any kind, call and see us.
w3t&d 2t a w U. V. Mathews.
A full line of plug and fine cut hew-
iug tobacco at Schickel's.
Ladies; j-ou are invited to attend
the trimmed opening of pattern hats
and bonnets at Mrs. A. P. Stout's,
Friday and Saturday, April l."th and
14th. A boquet will be presented to
every lady. . ywt2d'Jt
The best feature of the art loan is
till's home-made candies.
For the next 30 days we will sell
large stock of nooks at cost to close
Roo's work $1
Mrs. Holmes1 work 1
ifrs. Fleming's work . . .' 1
Oilier books proportionally cheap.
wl&Stidttt Wii.lJ. Waihuck.
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this iu mind. d&wtf
lias an elegant line of baby carriages
for fa le very cheap. Also a nice lot of
refrigerators and the Jargest stock of fur
niture ever brought to Plattsmouth at
prices that can't be discounted. It will
pay you to see him. d29&w2-tf
Chew the Golden Thread fine cut for
sale only at Schlogel's. wl 37d6t,
Friday and Saturday at Mrs. A. P.
Stout's next door to M.E. church. 3D14 1
wl The finest milliiiery opening that has!
ever been iu Plattsmouth will be Friday
and SaturJav at Mrs. A. P. Stout's, next
door fo M. E. church. 30d4t wl
The genuine Louisiana perique smok
ing tobacco at Schlegel's. wl 37d6t
Six boarders by week or month at
f 3.50 per week, in private family. In
quire at Mrs. Backus' on corner "of 8th
and Locust st., opposite Chaplain
Wright's. 40 iCt
Oranges 25 cts per doz.
Fresh home made candies every day
at the Phoenix. 39dtf
Ladies, your special attention is called
to the new" Hue of dress goods just
received at Weckbach's. 23dtf
House to Kent,
one of the best locations in the
Inquire of J. W. Jennings, dtf
To do gcucraj housework, good wages
paid. For particulars apply to Mrs. J.
W. Martins or at Hatt & Co.'s butcher
Forty acres of land one Half mile
from Plattsmouth, same will be sold
in whole or in lots to suit purchasers.
Inquire of Wiieeler & Bennett.
37! f -
Ice I Ire ! Ice !
Now is the time to contract for your
summer's supply of ice. Bed rock prices
prompt delivery and superior quality of
ice, first come first nerved by the new ice
man. d2m' .bn Faikkiklu.
A new line of fine dres goods con
sisting of the latest styles and patterns
just received at Weckbach's. 23dtf
A second invoice of Peck's Bad Boy
just received at Wurrick's cheap book
store at 45c per copy. 3)d0t
Fo ir lots together in good location in
the city of Plattsmouth. Inquire at this
The northeast coiner room ju Stadel
man's bakery. Good for otlice or small
business. 34 tf F. St adki.mann.
Ladies of Plattuioiith
Don't destroy your rags, even if you get
but little for them ; they arc ueccnaitirs
which we could not'do without; our ed
ucation depends upon them; the Bible is
made out of rags, and bct of all, the
greenbacks are made Jioiii them. Yours
truly, 37dtf J a eon Levi.
GRAND G. A. R. ENTERTAINMENT.
To the Citizens of Phittsmouth:
MeCoiiihii? post N'o. 4", 1. A. K, department
Of Nebraska will a
AT TIinoPEItA HOl'isE
rPTTUV TMTMlMfl A PUTT 1 9 1 QQQ
liuum jji j liu in uiu id luu
liavo cuKard the oiininul, New
And they have consented to appeal for money
enoiiKli to pay their expenses a the manager.
Mr. Wlieedon. is an old sddiel and a ineinber
cf the O. A. II. and is thoroughly imbued with
the nobltt purposes of the order. Mr. Water
man has kindly consented to give us tint use of
the opera house at a mere nominal Hum and
the proceeds of the entertainment will he de
voted to the aid of
and rutin fami li e s.
And to help the post to po equip themselves
that they can appear creditably in all public
parades, which lias been an important and at
tractive feature of sill public gatherings. We
cordially invite all the eitieus, old soldiers and
ti.e members of all neighboring posts to tinn
out and we will promise y .i n ?:!! n-:.i-n
your money, besides t . i - .i -- .i
render will be fully appicl . ' ' f.
derof J. y. .- h.
S. P. V'ANATTA, .n:j.,i:i.'..W .
The If est IMan of Insurance.
Secure your family for $1,250, $1,500
or $5,000. The rates under this plan
are so small that you can afford to take
a policy, however limited your means
may be. It is absolutely safe and relia
Hon. F. Ilatton, assistant P. M. gener
C?overnor John II. Gear, Burlington,
Merchant's National bank, Burlington,
Gov. Gear, of Iowa, in reply to a let
ter says this ol the CVnteuuial:
"In reply to your inquiiy respecting
the Centennial Mutual Life Association
of this city I have this to say: I have
been personally acquainted with all of
of the directors for years. They are
among our reliable and best business men.
I am certain that any business entrusted
to them will be properly attended to,and
any loses this company meet with, will
be promptly and honorably adjusted.
Yours truly, John II. Gear."
Hon. Church Howe of our state, who
is agent for Nemaha county writes this:
'Believing this company to be as rep
resented, and the plan under which it
operates the only proper and fair one
whereby the parties insured receives al
the benefits. I have accepted the enl
eral agency. Chiech Howe.'1
Gov. Furnas, himself an insurance
man, strongly endorses the plan. Ix
Secretary of State S. J. Alexander and
W. S Jacobi, of Liucoln, have taken the
district agency south of the Platte, and
the company having complied with all
the laws of the state of Nebraska are
now prepared to push business in this
state. Mr. John A. .MacMurphy has
been appointed general ageut for Cass
county and may be expected to vi-it you
all in a new role. Gi t onr life insured.
Plans anil specifications will be care
fully carried out, aud full attention will
he given as to safety and durability.
LESSONS ON PAINTING
in Oil or Water Colors, Craven and
Office and studio over S'domou & Na
than's store, Main street. JiTml
new .stock of
to have the largest
wall pajir in the
fear of u truthful
V c will urove it
if you will call and eoc for your
welf. "We have just ivcrivnl an
invoice of lean, lins.'el oil, Ins
ures 6c Soii'd colors, MI -lialjs of
alabustiiie, a lurga stock ol window
shades at all prices.
Our mixed paints are unsur
passed liy any, all of which will
be sold nt tin: Iov.-t pws-ihh1
prices. Wry respectfully.
Wn.i. J . Wakkh k.
Orljrs' tilvceiine Salve.
The best oti eaith can truely be s aid
wf (Jriggs' !lc -rim- S iUe, w A !i is a
sure cure for cuts, I tuiscs, sc-ilds,
burns, wounds, and all other s'lics.
Will positively cure pile-, t tier ;wid
a'.l skin ertiptioin-. s-at i.sf'.it-t ion j."' o
ariteed or money lef'itKfo). Onlv 'J5c.
for sale by Smith A; Ulack Uros. I'lMly
i F.n::;u vi'H v.
in Teliv.raphe. l.'ailioail and
C. I". S I. I! lil Mi.
Avoca. (!iis4'i:uuty. Xeh.
Incloe Mamp to Iii'-ih e an w r. I w4
Irov.M'.lTin.iJl Iu ...., T. .7.. -
lumenini inniyuar witiionr nraifruiir It itootitnlna
bout 17fi i illustrations. .rl.--. arc-uruta
dencription anil valuable dirwtloijx for ilautt;iir
J6i0 variotlea of VeuvUibl aud lower Nw.ts.
1'lantn, JYult Trm, etc. luraluuhls to ail. tanco.
JitUy to Mtrket GardtDern. BiudforitI
D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT M'oh.
IM LS CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEX, of Liverpool
FIREMAN" FUND, of California
AMERICAN LXFUFSS CO. ,
WKIJ.S, FAKGO & CO. I.XI'KFSN.
Oilice In Rock wood Clock, with Johnson Uios
Mo Humbug Here!
I Can Outsell any One Price Clothing
Oulut in I'lattsmouth
13 J3G PER CENT.,
AND STII.I. MAKK MONEY.
Both Here M at my Brancii Store,
As I Buy For Cash.
Tieiiiembcr the above .statement.
!. (J. IIEUOLD.
wlaich we will
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
Graioino;, Glazing Paper Emm,
Leave order at W anlck's. riattsmouth. j
IV 111 IM filial .a
Law ftnd collection buslnehu promp
tly attended to at thin otlice and pro
reeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
nlmtract'uitf attended lo 011 short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thin wo do mako a
specialty of, it is city and wubuibaii
real estate. Several lino farm and
home wild land at lnrninH. Luborintr
nu n can get a homo by pitying month
ly what they nrw pay lor houso rent.
' Space forbid giving but a small
percentage of the bargains now on the
hooks at this agency; c nrune the
six choice half acre Jots, M iitimitea
lioiu li. li. idiops, at from f0 to 1.VJ
i nch, and on terms that would nniko
a iiniii n-di uned to mi Jim 'id not own
11 hiniM?. Come and MsjAti are not
ciiipt licd to buy and we wonlj givo
ti.c-c lots itunv, bnl ou can gel thein
mi hey will 'isoluiciy cost you notli-iu-r.
live acre lot J mile JVoiii city lor
t ,.') part on time.
hli w n acre Jot J utile from city
for &.joi) this in extra line.
1 have three pieces of outside prop
erty which I can M-ll uud undcr
tnkc to furnish purchaser work
enough to p'M for IIk-im, now J will
i'u:ni.-li lie- on, (iii ujhJ you tin work,
u hi k is v. hai hurl inc. - II you v. ill
dolf.c work al a lair price I will clvc
Noil it clear 1I1 eii lor I lie laud; if ) oil
can't do the work come and nee me, 1
111:1 lii!'! son." one who Will do it tor
V 111 .
Ten acres for $ fAK) 00
" bOO 00
" " 7.r)0 00
" " " woo 00
.Several smull tracts well improved
nud adjoiitiiio ili city,
lc isoualih: rate.
lor salo at
FA KM UNPH.
10 acres, wild fi00 00
Finest stock larin iu Cass county
jdGOOO, locg time and low rate ol in
terest. 1WJ acres, wild fMOO
KiO " ' oou
80 " " l'JOO
80 " 3'JbO
100 acres, wild, Itcp. V'y (cash) 1000
0 bl'kn from thopH (ehcp.p;$ioo
3 " " " 176
3 u " ' HtO
2 " " 460
1 " " 176
2 " " 160 -N.
Ctli ktroet (fine) 300
Ficnic Hill " 200
Washington ave" 3o0
1 bl'k from Main Hi extra 400
Improved city real estate in abun
dance. I can find what you want in
this line if you will call and fee 1110.
Business houses and lols for sale
at much lower figures than will bo
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwelling rcn'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you w ant iu
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Otlice open nearly every evening from
Good new housand two fine lots
in good location price, soo.
This !n;iiiilful three story l.rlck struct me, 011
Ioa-.t yud sticf't, ha Just been Anlsheil and
Tll'-il up for the accorniidodatii.u of
Til A SHI E NT ClfSTOMEIiH,
li KGU J.Alt BOAnUEHS,'
B7EHY 'THING- SEf AND CLEAN
GCOf' LjJV '..jji-,c..f, n vitliilie
r? riil'D coos. I'ropr.
HARRIS Sl UNRUH,
FUniTITUEE t C0PPI2TS,"
ami .'.i' kli..l 01
S 'isiiilly kept In a
F I UHT f LA NS I't'KXSTL'R V. NTOKK
XUo. a v-y romi!c!c tok of Futieral Goods.
EMBLEMS, 4c. '
. Oas yr; htd -l.'u;int heal la u'.v-ny III
Remember th place, in UNION
ilil.OCK. on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors south of Cass Coun
Whear w e may be fouud nlsht or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
213 rLATTBMOUTII. NEB.
rennantly Cured No Humbtic-bvoDr Month's
nii; il Ir. ;iulrd' Celebrated IiiI;Jlllae
I'll Pnwder. 'lo convince Miflrreri tliat 1lifi
I'uwder will do all w- pUIiii for them. ill
iid tin 111 by mail, ixist m11. Kr-e 'lilal box.
A Ir. (i.iriaud ii the only 1'livsiclan th.st Iih.i
ver niHik- thm disease a hecial tuly. and ax
to our knowledge thoiisandi- liv bet it per
uMiietly cured by the ueo( theo rovidcrs.we
will iainrniitee a reinianent cure in everv r:m
or retuiid vou all monev eKiienrli fl All ntr..i--
er Mioi:;a give inese i'owcter an early trial
and b eonvinred f their curative powers '
'iii-e. for large Hoxe, j'3 00. or 4 Boxe lor Sin.
Sent by mail to any part of the L'nited Stalcx!
iirraiiHd:wn pHpi of pik-vs,or by expres.
C. O. D. . AddteM, .
ASH & KOBBINH.
3 0 Fr.lt ttu bt., biookiyi). .. V
Dec. 28th. lfS2--4Uly. .