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H ELISUl f DAILY AM MtEELI
fie Platlsmoutb Herald MMlni Co.
T.tU. Telephone Excl.ii,; Luluca Itl-
JEFF. L. STONE,
Nwtica to AJ6fUue.
Cp? let dUpbiy aJvertlieu.etU vi cn.b&t9
la lMlvcilUcuieaH iuu.j Lc Laud-U ii. ij the
CusliiCiioni'.'e tot llcl ; tlitui iv m wf tli
Jay la wLlcb thy .e to bi Incited. Copy
fur pty lK.il aud special not.ces ntUit le
hoU-l iu befvie ; p iu ru.)i ( luuuie ui
-ItiIl II M LLJH.tll,
TIIE ODD FELLOWS
l Le e.ver-
Thc usual quiet whlth
ter a duy of bustle ami
pervades the city today.
claes in progress as we went to press
yesterday aftencou were Interesting1
aad entertaining. At the opera house
Judge Yauatta, although not on the
programme wa3 rolled upon and wade
a few appropriate remark" Rev. Wil
eon also responded in a happy manner
to the call made upon him. la t he
evening the Optra house was filled bv
lovers of the uia:y dance, who trip'
ped the light fantastic until the hour
of the departure of the excursion
train vim announced. The visitor
- I all returned home feeiiu,- that they
Irutlt, had heen well entertained ani that
j the lay hatt been well upeiit.
T he trial docket for the May trtn of i
court is out, aad cottlus lCI civil cases .
and 23 criminal ca?es. Of the ciyil cases i
104 are for jury trial.. Th jury will he I
tried sorelr . Couit sin next Tue-i
II. ii. Griiuxa has lesu-e 1 the tadel
man restaurant, aod will, hereafter
be lound there prtpared to cater to
the wants of the public. Every tniu f
will be strictly lirtt-c'a;.cs in ll respects.
. Hqw that Main street l.ui been .leu
ii cp of rubbiih aud old papers it will
act be much of &a exertion oq the part
the business cua to keep it jo. Don't
ictp Taite paper, -. into th street?
tut bum it.
Wra. Eikenbary Is in the city touar.
Lad says he hai 72 head cf cattle that
re putting on lot 3 of fat. He Las 200
teres plowed for corn, aud expects to
bgin planting cn Hecday nest. It will
ii.fce Litn ten days. Who'next,
A large fruit-grower of this ccuniv
informs us that there will be fully as
large a crop of cherries thij year as
last, and that the apple trues are verv
httle damaged, if any, by the extreme J
cold weather last winter. Johnson
Co. Journal i
Although the city was lull of people
yesterday, nothing of an unpleasant na
ture occurred. Ho boisterous hilarity.
No riotous demonstrations requiring' the
interference of police. Everything pas
sed off with the regularity of clock work
;cd Plattsmouth is proud to record the
event n one of the intereiia items in
C W Pool, Tecumseh, editor of the
Johnson County Journal was married
Wednesday to Mis Frank I.. Foster,
of the same place. We are Frank to
admit that it look. 4 as though ho had
Fostered the game and she had Pool
ed. The Herald extends eongratu
tatious and best wishes to brother
Fool aud wife.
1 he Phunny Phellow published ut
Nebraska City, and Sunday Morning
Optic published at Lincoln have eou
iolidaled, and the Phunny Phellow
uiergeI into the Optic. Cuder thd
new arrangemnt Mr Marshal acts ae
iuanain editor, Mr. fjn.iat a5 local
aud Mr. Wessrl a business" manager.
"We bespeak lor the Opiie all the eur
.eii attainable uuder the new order of
AvocA.XtB., April 23. 12.
r ii .
Lwiun ntiiiiD: iter we are,
again ! Forgot to say in iny last that
at the annual shool meeting in this
district the required number of votes
were cast to remove the school site to
Avoca, fiom its former locution one
mile east of Avoca, and It waa voted
etc. to commence the erection of a
school house, at once, on the new site,
and when completed, to dispo3e of the
old one in the usual method.
A subscription ll3t is in circulation
here now for the purpose of erecting
a Congregational church.
C. fcetta and family, also A. Troinbla
Lave gone to Dakota, overland, with
teams and rfagon3, to break prairie
this summer, and possibly to locate.
E. Loomia, shoemaker, has left, and
now Avoca needs another, but w tnt3
one who will cou.e to stay.
Our new millinery and dressmaking
nrm: Mr3. l aGrange. junior, & .Mi.-s
Ualler's new clerk. A. R. Smith, imti
completed one of the best jobs of light
ning rod work to be found in the stat
by LaGrange & Co.'s rodding outfit, on
Jioioumijuiuj Built), Xe OUtUt
will start for iCansa3 in a few days, to
be absent most of the summer.
Lots of Weeping Water visitors here
Our .Sunday school la in a flourishing
condition and largely attended; much
the same can be said, too, of our I. O
G. McAssey is almost well again.
Dr. W. A. Fackard his removed to
his new office, over Sawyer &. .Ben
nett's hardware store.
This is rather short (aud sweet),
but I'll write again.
Yours for reform, JI. N. C.
E. A. Gerrard has invented a post
hole or socket that promises to be a
good thing. It Is to be made of cast
iron, with flanges where it enters the
ground ; the socket, into whicha wood
eu post is to be driven tighMyHs to be
about a foot in depth. This "iron post
socket can be driven into the ground,
thus saving the labor of boring or
digging holes. Columbus Journal.
Dr. Root, late of Eight Mile Grove,
is in the city today. The old Dr. is
looking flnely. and is making bis home
at South Bend, where he will dispense
pills and general good health to all
Ilenry Inhelder, of Cedex Creek, ia In
the city today.
Win. Gilmour has brought a family
of Plymouth Uucks from Lincoln, con
sisting of five hens and a rooster, and
they aae beauties.
Keene, the tragedian, passed through
this morning on his way east.
Miss inttie Kline went to Orleans
this morning for a viuit to f rieuds and
State Senator ' Dave" Uumgardner,
of Orleans, was iu the city yesterday
taking in the Odd Fellows' celebration,
returning home this morning. He is
a "way up" Odd Fellow, a live busi
ness man, and the very personification
of geniality and good nature. .
Hon. L. II. M. Byers, U. S. consul at
Zurich. .Switzerland, a brother-in-law
of our neighbor, Billy Gilmour, passed
through the city this morning on his
way to Lincoln. He is the oldest con
sul in the service, having served four
teen years, aud has given entire satis
faction and credit to his government.
He says the stars and stripes are the
only in the land of sunbeam. He will
return uext week aud make a short
visit here among his friends and rela
tives. Miss Mary Va33 will teach the Con
cord schools this summer. We be
speak for the children of that district
an excellent school.
"Uncle" Sam Barker came In this
morning from Chicago, where he has
been with ten cars of cattle. He re
ports the markets flourishing, and feels
happy as a clam.
List of Letters.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
In the post office at Flattsmoutb, Cass
County, Neb., April 27, 1883.
Anderson Mrs M
Brown J W
Conrad David S
Calkins W S
Davis 1 P
Ilickinson Mrs H
Holmes John II
McNurlin Miss A
Brutton C II
BirdsaU Miss Mary
Clark G W
Carton J W
Clark Wm C
Evans Mary Jano
Holmes John A
Levy Tsaac 2
Moore Miss Albia
McNcal Clinta 2
MinardMrsEleanor Mason Fred
Mathea G D
Hobison C S
Rice J It
Richardson fi J
Stull Mrs Sara A
Snyder E C
Strickling H F
McCullock Y P
Phelps Mrs P
liiley Mrs J II
Stlno E J
Spinlock Mrs S D
Seybolt It. L
Sheldon Miss Tilla Shamp Will
Sheppard C C Tripp Lee
Ullum Joseph Wacker John
White II P
Feiaou3 calling for the above
please say "Advertised."
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
Advertle!itnts under thl head, three rents
per liae each Insertion.
A folding key in n railroad coach in
this city. Owner can find it at thin ot-
A bunch of keys on Chicago
Owner can got fc:no by cnli'm
office and paying for this notice.
Furnished or unfurnished t,iui
qnire of J. D. ivmp-on.
nt 1 1 :h
in lew ($ui
The nortlieas' con er io-.lm iu :
niHii's bakery. (r ' -i u.r -ii I- or
bushiest. 34 tf F. Mal;.; j
Fo'ir hils l-r iIr:
V r r
i mi :
JoIju JI iue-r has um.:.i fiio
plnce, corier of 7t!i aud Vim
prepared to accommodate iln-
Ii... ....... - 1 . ir , ,
me wuj ui uouiuifig ami i-fgiii!
week or uiontli. 4
il 1 in
A urst-clasa cook at Ct i.ir il ii
rant, uood warh an 1 stc:i Jv
I an- i
By pnyiug casli for our new stock of
wall puper, lead, oil, &c, we are enabled
to sell at reduced prices.
53 t2 W. J. Wakuick.
Apply to J. O.Shannon,PlaiL5a;o ith.
2eb., enclosing atamp for reply. Only
live, active purues nod apply. ."o-n
i 1 Mil
Harry Webber at the opera house tonight.
The glass has been put iu front of
Lafe O'Neil's new building.
The measles have broken
Pawnee City. Sevtral deaths
What we need telephones in the
clerk ot the district court's office aud
the high school building .
ret Good Causes For aiuch
I Cows, hog3, and horses run at large
; m the city. They break down gates,
; fences, and trees. ' Sometimes the re gu
! lar town row, like one of old. walks
! off with the gates. left ajar, by the late
leaving 3 wains
llie sidewalks are
1L5 Lincoln association of Ccnrc- --roken by the rambling cow ; shade
Siticnal churches met jvilL iLe Con- j trees mangled and torn bv the same,
fregatioual church of bouth Bead ou All this we have put uo with - but
now comes a lot cf Jacks and Jennies.
tne i'siu ana viiu insf. liiirleeu miii
iiterg and thirty representatives ot'
the churches were pre-jeut, inakiur it
ihe laryeit taeeti&g of the a:ocialioa
ever held. It received she generous
hospitality of tha people md ail de
parted well pleaied with kindiy
recepllon tend-red them. 'iLs Her.
Ditfeabacher r tires as pnior r.i ih
cJ-urch at .South Beud.
Travel on the night trains is on the
increuse, and we predict that ere Ion
the night trains will be the heavy
The Chinese waahee-wasbee. was the
only business house on Main street
that didnt swing out the stars and
The heavy emigration west still con
tinues, and Nebraska's population will
increase this season as uever before in
the same length of time.
Bremuer's Crackers at Wirckhach's.
Fresh home male candies
at the Phoonix.
Armour's best brand hams $ .
" " broikfust bacon 1
Dry salt meat 1
Sug'ar cured shoulders 13
At Hatt & Co's. meat market. 40dtf
Window shades at Warrick's.
Bremuer's Crackers at Stadlcman's.
For an evening of fun and first-class
entei tainmeut, witness Harry Webber's
production of Nip and Tuck at the op
era house tcn:ght.
South Bend and Louisville put in an
appearance, j esterday, at our I. O. O.
F. celebration, and reported their re
spective localities hearty and prosper
ous, in a business point of view.
The 1st of May Is close at hand, and
from tnat date taxes become delin
quent and draw interest. It is a good
time now to get square with thecounty
T hi? t.cautif' ikre ?t'vy iii-k rtructure. o
lovvei' .Mai,! street, u. juji Lceu tii-i-Iifd and
fitted up fur the accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar
27tf. FRED GOOS, Propr.
A few of the hfindsnmert
Wire Flower StHii-l
c iieap ut J. J.
Has an elegant line of baby carriages
for sale very cheap. Also a nice lot of
refrigerators and the largest stock of fur
niture ever brought U Plattamouth nt
prices that cau't be discounted. It will
pay yon to see him. d29w2-tf
in coiineoUou with tlie
too lary to get up when lying down in
the street; too indolent to hunt any
thing to eat, but fruit cans, and when
aslatp work their ears aud snore to
such an extent as to scare any well
bred horse Chief .if Police, look af
ter these pssrs. Cir.
Mrs. Fred Latham is the possessor j
of a very handsome and rare plant,
which she received from Canada. The i
4 1 . .
uuwers are larger man a tea cup, 01 a
bright red color, that delights the Le-holder.
One of oar visitors from up iLc i.?ad,
yesterday, indulged iu too much cele
fciat;ou, aud by uight was io 'iired''
ihat he Isid down to rect ou the de
pot piatf'orm. He was foui:. and
cared for, and this morniu the usnai
4 and trimmluu-s" was assessed, aud
hiui this morning.
credit of the
l. il. vv heelfer, more than any
one man. should we avnr.l t!i
sucress of yesterdav'a
ha 3 always recognive.1 the lueii of
our city, aud endeavored to advance
licr interests. Would thrtt we had
more such actie men as Maior Dan.
; Nebraska owes much to him, and when
awaalBr 1 lifj tlllli r I 1111
uess t him. as he Lad bout i n5a. fia. n gathered to his Fat h-
i pockets, which was ukeC!n ?!l ie,Vjrt,a3.llone.tor"e
mlsstiiiht ,,.t t..r... t-.! vejopmentoi me material interests of
t rcra the Grand Island papeu wc Icirn
:Lat Bibcock, who WS3 rescued at rh
ate necktie f rtv at Hastings, and ts
kta tjCrisl Ilui lor sufe keepiug, i-oecoiiiii-
umufy, aod exposing his trui
depraved caturt. With the ardsteuice of
Ur tate Will Still livt. n.-i 1m.n.
?orate the fact that he who has planted
sjccessfully a tree or made an addi
tional blaJe of grass togrov, iia pub-.-ic
Evidently the visiting guests en
joyed their day yesterday as last night
when the train started out they were
serenely happy and expressed" them
selves to the Herald reporter that the
people of Pluttsmouth 1 a I done th ra
Mias Uara Leidtke, daughter of our
ex-Auditor, now with Parsons & Cross-
man s Ideal Co , is playing the part of
Prince Frederick in Mascotte, in the
Eastern States, .she has obtained con
siderable celebrity as an actress, and Is
entitled to credit For striking cut for
herself Fremont IL-rald.
Wagon, Buygy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general Jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of fariu and other mucliinerv. as there
is a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He is well known aa a
NO. 1 WOKKHA.N.
Ww H'&gons and ttagfflea naZe t
Bremner'g Crackers at Hansen's.
Mrs. Johnson & Sweney are now re
ceiving all the latest styles in Hats, Boa
nets, Flowera, Tips, Ribbons, &c., in the
millinery Une, to which they invite all
to call and examine before purchH-.ii-elsewhrre.
Fancy good at cost. d o i
v our vioc r im Hr ut..i r'.
ers every iimo. Take uo other.
The Alaska, the best and mot
venient Refrigerator in the market.
sale by J. R, Cox.
It will pay you to read Wine's col
umu in mis paper, you may
Tvutti $ ou wane
Crackers at Murphy dfc
Having purchased of
hia skating rink in the
Fitzgerald block. I wish
that the same will be open every after
noon and evening, and that it will be
run first-class in every respect. The
prices for admission will be
10 cts. for afternoon and 15 cts. for even
ing, ladies free. Price ot ekah-f, -jo cts
joi aiicrnoon., v.- cts. ior evening. TI
luasqueraue as ftere'oioie aimna., d
Monday evening vLI not l;f ch; L -
a mm: lot or
MACKKKKI., LAJiMAD(;Iii; UYAIVA TUOITT, WILD WAVJi
CO) FISH, A iu a choice lot of
Ve have a line stook of
0MQWE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Faucj rands ot
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I have la too a flus line of
Queensware, Glassware, Lamps.
&o. All our goods ai r new aud frt-tih.
Will Eiclianse lor Conntry Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Always on Haul
Next door to Court House, l'lattsmouth, Neb,
M. B. MURPHY & CO.
FIRE INSORANGE GO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, cf Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of aiifornia
For Sale !
N E J, Sec. 3, T. 12, 11. 13.
SEA, Sec. 3, T. 12, K. 13..
S. W. I, Sec 3, T. 12, 11. 13.
and Nr X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, U.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, K. 13
E Let 10, Block 28.
3, " 50.
Teeth 6 i : f f d .
i.e of Xi;r. u- dxi
rooms of Ir. c. A.
T ) .
The Im st jro-.d.-i for t'-n
at William IIcroLU.
i ;:. r; ?.
oa a. ivnioLEY Cc oovc
outside 8'-comp!ui a plan of
matured. 'ihe piais were
LO waver, by betrvsil on the ptrt
ether prissoera Preparations hid .-.
a:ade to take the lif ot ihe jaik-r l.t-i
been necessary. H w:l! h-;rCdf i
more carefully gcarded.
ihe piay of "Sip ana Tuck,1' L;
was presented in this theatre last
to a large audience, is replete w";
dramatic Situations and highly t
nonai scenes, aud the hearers in;-!..-
is kept excited till the denoueme.it i
disclosed. The plot is more or Ic5 in
tricate, but it is Interspersed vwtb
mafiy humorous situations. The title
roles are those of two detectives. Mr
Webber as "Xip" does cleverly and
takes well, and succeeds admirably in
getting the better of his partner
'Tuck," who is well portrayed iy Mr.
Devlin. The rest of the company are
good throughout, including Mias ta
'Webber in her personation of Miss
Frances Dadhleigh, and Miss Letter as
Mrs Beaufort. The acting of thfc lit
tle girl Carrie "Webber, was received
with great applause as often as shr
appeared on the stage. "Nip
Tuck" will occupy the boards of the
Royal for the rest of the week, an i
will no doubt receive a good sbar? oi
the public patronage, The Toronto
World Toronto, Ontario.
The Central City Courier says that
a train, consisting of engine, mail car
and caboose, passed through town late
Monday afternoon at a high rate of
ipeea. it was the train carrying the
Australian mail, running to "connect
rf-un u;e steamer at New York City
l he mail cai carried two hundred and
eighty tags of cluck strap." or Aus
trahan mail. The distance from North
Platte to Omaha. 23j miles, was made
in six hcuj-3.
A Card of Trtsnkd.
Platte Lod-c No T desire3 to express
I us iiiauKs to me tji. a. li , the Wk. O.
! II., the Fire Department aud to the
j many citizens and those who assisted
iu the anniversary exercises, yester
; day, for their ready response and
: hearty co-operation in making the
. debration oue long1 f o be remembered
. :u the history of Plattsmouth, and . es
. pecially in the hlaiory of Pialtsmouth's
! lodge of Odd Fellows. Com.
Mr. A. M. Baird, of Lincoln, a B. & M.
civjl engineer is in the city lookiug up
sir.e alleged errors In the descriptions
f condemned lands through which the
road runs in Cass count v. If there hove
uii-1 i ,eea mistakes mode in descriptions the
lompaiij wsqi to Know it and correct
Auburn rejoices over its organiza
tion and incorporation a3 a vil
lage. A Hoard of Trustees have been
appointed by the county commission
ers, and Rush Fellows, of the Post, has
been cho3en as clerk. Who sajs news
paper men never get fat ( ') places.
An exchange .says : Some one has
made a very curious calculation of
what Mr. Yandei bilt . could do with
his money. Mr. Vanderbilt's income
from his investments in four per cent,
government bonds I3 represented at
$35,000 daily,which is $203.25 per hour,
$5.47 per minute, or over five cents per
second. Assuming that he is paid by
the second, he cannot possibly spend
nis money, as he could not select
his purchases and lay down his
money fast enough. He could
not throw it away; to pick
it up, cast, recover ana cast again ,
would take him two seconds, and if
he worked all through the twentv-four
hours, without rest, he could ouly.dis-
fwe 01 one nan 01 nis income. Bv
iVing economically, eaviug up for
four years, he could, ulacins- his five
cent pieces side by side, make auickle
oeii arouna tne earth, or by convert
iux ma savins mm one-cent 111 pops
and mounting them in anile, in twen
ty years, erect a road to the moon.
DEOT IN TIIE UARKET.
Made OlFLYot Vegetable OU
and Pure Beet Tallow.
To Induce housekeepers to give this Soap
a mai. with bach bar n IT?
WP 13TVT? A Tvrvr I CIO
MJ VI u. MA Mi Ail 4
This offer 13 made for a short time only
and should be taken advantage of at ONCE.
WeWABBANT this Soap to do more wash
ing with greater ease than any soap In the
market. It has no EQUAL for us la hard
and old water.
YOUR QBOCER IMS IT.
Can be ha. I at ih.-
25 cents ami l i.; .,.
, with 7
T , M ' If
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Lndiei, your sj-. cl::)
to the new line (
received t Wtf-kl.-uvij
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I'MAKMACY ASi) UFAV
llrfl.-x. I.. r .
kIn3LoU;cl,i a3oPlos the
A 31 US K 31 NTS.
' ' K K ."IONKV.
It Is Qirious compound of 4.LuiC9,'
pathoa, brilliant wit and heart.';.' vil
iilny. Running through the pkc a a
yaaint vein of drollery which keep the
audience in the liest of humor. -ip
and Tuck" aio partners in a detective
firm, who are too clevci by hair', oer
reacbing each other times out ofnumi.c-r.
Deep calculation with most ingenious
disgube Of voice and dress and marvel
ous astuteness are their stock in tr-iJe
which they use to good advantage. They j
are tne mainsprings round which the. i and
balance of the cast work and the 03
founding complications in which they
are entangled afford great amusement.
Every one who enjoys a 'piee in wbu-h
the clement of eensatiou is presented, ia
the most refined manner, and ichly col
ored humor bubbles up continually
should eeeXip and Tuck.1 Pbiladtd-
Ex-.Senator Paddock, of the Utah
commission, left yesterday for Salt
Lake to join other members and pre
pare for the work of taking the June
registration for election which occurs
iu August, at which lime members of
the legislature will be elected. An
Effort will be made to get up a clean
registration to shut out polygamists.
This is regarded as the most import
ant step in the movement against po
The Herald was pleased to m pet
so many of our Weeping Water friends '
nuu neizuoors yesterday. Her niit
good men, were present in large num
bers, to attend the I. O. O. F. celebra
tion and exchange civilities with their
Plattsmouth brothers. These visits
always result In a better feeling be
tween neiffhhorh.-MMla v. .i.':
friends will often call unnn i.a ti. I
nolo J. p. Young's for rour
cream soda water, tuead and
birch beer only 5c per glass.
Largest stock of wall paper at War-ri'-k's.
distil strett, between Main and Pearl
Plattsmouth, Nebr. Refitted and com
fortably furnished. Board by the day
or week. Meals 25 cents. Board by
week at reasonable rates. House com
fortably and pleasantly situated. Give
me a crII. S. Weaves. Proprietor.
Nothing lost by going to Warrick's
n-r wail puper and window shade?. 53 2t
Bremner's Crackers at Baker's.
A now line of fine dress gtnjds cn
aisliug of the latest styles and patterns
just lereived at Weckbach's. 3dtf
lifiiiffaetwrs of Standard luuuitfiy
an toiit stoapav.
E" u pni tupef
arc, arc, arc.
Of All Descriptions.
WATERMAN'S OPEBA IIQUSS.
Two Nights Only.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
April 27 Hi, 2Sth.
The Poj;ular Comedian
In the weliknown Sensational
WXP AUD TUCK
"Which has now been played over three
1';;'; P.pflrnli Sinr
- uiubVil OIU1U
Ii'm.iiiber t!;- al
PLATTy.MOi; i ll, NKfi.
will also appear in his latest
.METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
city of Weeing Water contains 'many
Bremner' Crackers at Benoe?t
IS NOW BEADY FOB SEBVICE.
With many thanks for past tatronnf.
Invite all to cjUI and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
Sltf. FVBNTrHK AX1 COKKI8
AT JOE McVEY'S
Tou will find the Fiuest Imported
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
me T inea, Pure Kentucky WhisKie.
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER, Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci-
All JUO. A XCArdla'A vraf T ,.a
FLINT and STEEL
2iow in the third year of its run
in Europe, with T. L. Stinson
supported by a company '
of undoubted excel
lence, under man
Tallies E. Moore.
-Flint and Steel" may be styled a
sparkling eccentricty in thrfe
Sparks or acts of which
each depicts the won
Of a rrc of
wlio arc ti;
deavoring to ob
tain rich husbands
and wives for their cli-.ifs
get iu all sr.1 is of ridicu7oi:3
scrape and air. iising dilMm:u:v.
ADMISSION 33, 50, AM) 75.
JOMX FlTZCEIiAll), A. V. McLACiiULIJf.
OF FLATT8MOUTI1. NKBKA8KA.
Offen the very best ifucllltlea for the prompt
h.umcuou or legitimate
B,,i ,U5' voiu, uovfniiiiBt and IWiaI
-vBjaii, ouiu, av? posit recir
ed aud interne allowed on tme cVrtitt-
part of the l nltd Htates and aU
the principal towns of
Collections made 6 promptly remitted
Hlghsat market price, paid or County War-
". oiaieaLa uoanty Bond.
John Fit zp raid
jonn 11. cia
A. K. Jouzalln.
K. C. CunhlDg.
W. McLaughlin "u,w
Bank Cass County
Cotner Maiu and Mixtb StretJ!.
t j. m.
'aid Jt.r Couutg and C
i-i i r-ui.it'.y remicted for.
C. G. IIEROLD.
ARCHITECTURAL. WORK A
lUi,9 nd SpcciDcatiouH will be carefully
carried out. and fa!! attention will be glreu i
to safety and durability.
LESIONS O.V PAIM(i
In Oil, WaerCoIor,, Crayon and TencL
Office .ver Solomon Nathan's .tore, Main St
HOKSK 8HOE1XO ft WAGON REPAIUING.
All IMs of Farm imrlenients Meniel will
Neatnasn and Dispatch.
Reserved seats nrv ..m -i
M. i'.t;t.f.i-.r.i., C. H.
.-e'll-ehoy anything that h?r
. f-oni ZWn o a Oiraffe.
vjtcp anu sec us.
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