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IUBLI!iIIEI DAILY A5D WIU5KLY
Ike Plattsmonlti HcraU PQlilisbio! Co.
ter City aud Cuuotv LHit-cioi jr. Hallway Time
Table. Telephone Eciia"tf ttu-iue Di
latory, ttialiie Cards x.c, are third pa.
JEFF. L. STONE, - City E41tr.
Notice to Advrtlr.
Copy for display advert emeuta or chauuM
lu a-IertUeineot mail banded la to the
btMine nfflce not later than 10 a. iu. of the
day la -bleb they are to Nt ianarted. Copy
(r pay local and apreial notice utuat Li
aaade-d in lfirr 3 p. n each day to Insure lu
rrtlo. II -M. Iti'HHSux,
.Bullae t Manner.
What' a Dude.
What i dude, papa?" she aal.t,
W 111) a wetrt, inquiring ryea. .
And to the knowledr Peking loaid
tltt rattier tbu replie :
'A weak iuutat-. a cigarette.
A tblrteen-buttou vem.
A eurlad-rim hat -a minaret
Two watch cU!n crona the breast.
A pair of bunt, a laay di u !.
A lack-a-dai-y air :
For Konalp at the rluH or ball.
Houie little paat 'affair.'
Two pointed hoi, twoaplndle -banks
Complete ttie nether rliHruia ;
And follow fitly In the ranke
The two bow legged aroia.
An empty bear, a buffoon's seme.
A pvains attitude ;
'By Jove I jtad Hut aw fraxneuae 1'
All thee nik up the dude.
I'UtUuiouth has got a "dude.''
Three mure weeks of school.
The city council meets tonight.
Several -hps of small
ported In Blair. '
pox are re-
Moving day in
zen. about now.
at hand, and the
is a piuLoinent citi-
Maiu street is filled with teams today
and business io every department is oo
A maa la Winthrop, Me., plays the
piano, organ, violin, banjo, cornet, flfe,
xylophone, bones and guitar, and whis
tles like a nightingale. . The Maine
people are proud of him. If they
don't look out that fellow will play
the devil, yet, and then what?
A quartette of festive traui(m from
over the river wero tiken iu by chitl
Murphy this morning, and as they
hadn't billed the tow u they wore read
the vagrancy act and furnished tic
passes with instructions that their
time was limited to 10 minutes In
which to reach the city limits. Their
names were give as John "White,,
Will O'Connel, Magna Saconi and
John Wilson. They took up their
beds and walked.
The Hkrald will hereafter devote
a column on its local page once a week
on Saturdays to the people. If you
have any suggestions to make for the
good of the city of Plattsinouth, we
shall be glad to hear from you. We
don't invite political discussions, but
as citi.ens interested in one common
caune the growt'i and welfare of our
city, its good government and im
provement we shall dedicate this
spaco to the vox populi.
It was a great disappointment to the
people t-f Kearney county that Sitnnver
ni en was Dot hanged upon the day named
by the court in which lie was tried. The
papers from that section denounce the
supreme court, aud the State Journal
and one paper which is very luod and
strong in its denunciations of the su
preme court, in the same brent h sys
that the writ ujn which the stay of ex
ecution was allowed, was a matter of
right and could not be denied. Th
why curse the supreme court about it.
It being uniformly a dull tima for
locals, we may venture a dog light
which occurred up in the hollow, out
towards Woodson's old place. There
were three dogs, one cow nnd Capt.
Shannon mixed up in the affair. It
has not transpired how the same end
ed. Capt. is about with his pants laid
away to soak, the cow is out to pas
ture, and the dogs, some of them, have
gone to carry the late news to the
brigade of which Krochler sent off
Maj. Wheeler has been wearing h
can for a day cr two on account of
TLs chess dub flourishes end the
members hold tLeJr tueetiugn in Ir.
Itirh mend's office.
ThC two new Denver trains arc beau
ties, being made up of the I. A M.'s
handsome coaches and Pullman sleepers
Prof. Cushuian id making due pro
Xrii wilh hi cluaa, hu iug uvet seventy
ne iu. attendance at rehearsal this after
Mr. John firegory is circulating a
a petition, asking the governor to par
don Warren Clough, the man sentenced
to the penitentiary for life, from Sew
ard county, for the murder of his
brother. The petition is printed and
in two forms, one asking that the pris
oner be pardoned, on the ground that
the subscribers believe him to be inno
cent of the murder, while the other,
also asking his pardon, is on the ground
that the petitioners believe there is a
doubt of his bis guilt, and the prisoner
ought to have the benefit of the doubt.
. The usual number of paaeuger on
ixic west bounu train this
tiAin was a
were lacking, and the
Tle Wilberfbice Conceit company
whicn comes here Tuesday night next is
highly commended by a number of our
Al. Doiribgten ht graduated ia tie
po.t office b-siness. In other words
L'ncle Sam didn't ".-nte"conrtquently Al.
Severul sand bars have grown in (he
river in the last few days. Tn's Is
growing weather for averything, and
t--iucea grows aeouc as fant as
Prof. Cuahman will commence a
class for the rudiments of music, and
will only charge a nominal sum of 23
cents for the whole term, to be held in
the afternoon, after school. The even
ing rehearsal will be free to ail, the
same as usual. Parents desiring their
children to learn the rudiments of
music will find this an excellent op
portunity. Boys as well as girls will
be taken in the afternoon rehearsals.
Prof. Cushman furnishes all the
costumes at the time of entertain
ments, thereby saving the expense of a'
toilet to have their children look well. ,
Parents are invited to come and listen
to their childien at time of rehearsals
The Harry Webber company speak
their astonishment over the progress of
x'lattemouth since their las: visit here
and arc enthusiastic over our beautiful
The Right Rev. It. II. Clarkson.Bishop
of the Diocese of Nebraska will i fflciute
c. luk6 a ciiurc-u tomorrow at 11
iu. anu . :mj p. m. Seats free ami all
A parly of sharp shooters, with plenty
of ammunition, etc., are out west of
Heismtrer's, this afternoon ho!din
mfiSC L - a 111. t - t
w muUv lt (J iac lIJe wiiii rees
The production of "Xip aud Tuck
j last evening oy the Harry Webber
company, was one of the most da-
lignum entertainments placed upon
the PJattsmouth stage during the sea
son. The piece ia one of continued
pathos and comedy from beginning to
end. A peculiar feature of the play
is the employment of Nip and Tuck,
two detectives "partners in business
upon opposite sides of a murder
case. Each supposes the other igao
ran. or nis connection in the case,
which brings them into many laugh
able and ludicrous situations.
The acting and singing of little Car
rie Webber completely captured the
audience, and their appreciation was
shown br the repeated encores. The
different parts, as a whole, were all
well taken, and the least wo can say
ts, it was simply immense.
Negotiations which have been neud-
idgfor some time between the Chicago,
TLe Iner Ocean of yesterday say
Ceo. U. Thompson, of Plattsmouth,N. b.
nas mrenrcd a Ure escape that was teat- Burlington and Quincy and the Gould
ed Ht the Ltl.wid hotel, and found tati- syndicate controling the Hannibal and
lactory m every respect. j St. Joe, were concluded today. The
. I papers were signed and placed in the
All interested in forming a base bull I nana" ' T. L. Ames. Two-thirds of
a-wciation for this season will meet I the preferred stock and 75.000 shares
.-t . vuuiwuit woQdsj night. Piatts
mouth ught to have a "rattling" dub
Mrs. Webber suffered from a nevfi- st-
,h01 "CKner during the perforu-.ee
of ip and Tuck last evening, Un
iT J ""we r appcaraur at
alL She is better this morning au 1 we
m a Uay oi rest and quiet
will completely restore her.
The agitation of
creaim rit-M i-;t
uuw seems to De duty of the Xeb Kska
Pr.eM- 2fearlyall of the excha:i,f.
tbia week cither report the pron-.
of those!already in operation, oa the
organization of companies for tf.
purpose oi carrying them on. Go
We second the motion.
of common were represented in the
transaction. The purchase by the Chi
cago, Burlington and Quincy involved
also a contract with the Western Un
ion telegraph company extending to all
lines of the railroad company. There
has been a question, whether the con
tract with the Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy extended and embraced leased
and new lines,, but this has been met
by execution of a new contract. Both
parties seem to regard the transaction
as mutually advantageous
west of that interesting stream, awak
ened suspicions of the sanity, or of
the motive of such a thought. Today
the sun does not shine upon more pro
ductive fields or more prosperous peo
ple than are to be found in the terri
tory spoken of. For two hundred
miles westward, on all lines of railroad,
innumerable crits nre bursting with
their wealth of corn, the pastures ara
covered with llocks and herds the
school houses, (in Nebraska you are
never out of sight of the school house),
are occupie 1 by well qualified teachers
and earnest pupils, and the churches,
on the Sabbath, are filled with happy,
cheerful, and thankful worshippers.
Happy Nebraska! if her people appre
oiate their advantages and improve
The Lincoln News reports a sad ac
count of the death of an inmate of the
insane asylum by the name of Itober
son:A few days ago the asylum author
ities wrote to bis lriends "in Bellwood,
Butler county, informing them Mr.
Itoberon had so far recovered aa to
be able to be taken home. Yesterday
a friend arrived on the noon train,
and procuriug hack called at the asy
lum lot the purpose of taking bis
friend home, wheu he was horrified to
learn be was dead and in his coffin
ready for shipment. It Pectus the in
mate wusa victim of opium all bis
lite, and on his daily allowance being
reduced gradually, so weakened bis
system that ho passed quietly away
Wkepino Water, Neb., April 26.
lien'l Order No. 1: Comrade J. W.
Jennings in hereby appointed Adju
tani General 1st District reunion, G.
A. It.. He will enter upon his duties
immediately. D. M'Caig,
As will be noticed by the foregoing
Mr. Jennings, our accomplished clerk,
has been ehoseu adjutant general of
the District reunion, which the G. A.
It. holds at Weeping Water in the
near luture, we arc today, however,
unable to give the date. A better
man for adjutant general could not
have been selected. John Jennings Is
a soldier by birth, it came as natural
for him to ride through the ranks of
the Johnnies in Dixie, on a charge, as
it is now to go through a difficult laud
title and straighten it out; we know
Whereof we speak when we say this.
We understand the citizens of Weep
ing Water have made extorsive
arrangements for this reunion. That lo
cality is peopled with old soldiers any
way. Fine commodious barracks are
erected, a supply of army tents has been
provided and thousands of the ld boys
will meet during this reunion to grasp
tho hand and recite the olt told story of
their perils and hardship in upholding
the old Hag against tho enemies of the
republic. The ties of soldiership will
be renewi d and the children of these
veterans will lroni their parents re-learu
the stories of devotion of thcirpatriotic
lives for liberty and liberty's heritage.
Harry IWebber's new purchase
"Flint and Steel," which has achieved
a reputation throughout Great Britain
as a most laughable entertainment
was produced for the first time in
frifir at ironL'a Hnitr, flrtiicn
during tho whole of last week, to a
series of large aud highly delighted
audiences. The piece, which is styled
"a sparkling absurdity"' is worthy of
a better name. It is, in tact, a series
et cleverly contrived dilemas and
situations connected by a well-defined
plot, of which each character preseut-
i ed Is a necessary part; no useless
sketches being introduced, as is too
often the case with oar moderr school
comedies. The pice, as we stated in
our resume of the plot in Tuesday's
issue, hinges on the wiles and machin
ations of a pair of Matrimonial
Agents, "Flint and Steel," and the
various customers the' manage to en
snare, by big promises of wealthy
husbands and wives, lor all who seek
their aid. Cincinnati Watchman.
A Fast Stock Train.
This week Messrs. Parmele & Agnew
shipped trom Ashland nine hundred and
fifty head of cattle for their ranch in
Custer county. The stock was shipped
by rail to Kearney ani from there driven
to the ranch. The shipment was made
by special trnin of twenty-five cars
wmcn ieit Astuanu at :4U in the even
ing and readied Kearcev at 4 a. m. the
next morning. A6s't. Sup't. Thompson
giving them a twenty mile an hour order
and putting them through ou time.
Professor Drummond is doing Omaha
Father Lynch went west this morn
ing. Jno. It. Clark, the Lincoln bunker i iu
the city today.
Judge Laverty came in on the train
from the went this morning.
H.J. Streight and wife returned to
their home at South Band this nurii
iug. IS. W. llyers went to Louisville to
day on business connected with lie
Charley Clapp and S. K. Gict u
slatc, two of Elm wood's bi-st we u,
are doing l'lattsinouth.
Messrs. Frank KIcpser and W. W.
Keithly, of Weeping Water, toi-tltt r
with their ladies were in the city Frid-iy
night witnessing Xip and Tut k at ttie
Sumner S. Hall, one ol Ca?s county's
bet young men has returned from Lis
visit to Weeping Water and Una accept
ed a position with the B. & M. in the ir
Otiices at Pacific Juuclion.
Advertisements under this head, tbre eer.t
per line each luwertlon.
FOIt SALE Old paper for sale at this uttloe
at 40 cents per hundred or 5 cents per doz
FOR SALE Four lots Uvtber in oi loca
tion ia this city. Inquire at lhi oflice tt
IOUKD A folding key In a rallroi.d coach in
tuia city. Owuer cau flud it ;tl this ofllcn.
TCH)UND A bunch of key t on Chicago avenue
uwuer can ?ei same vy caning
lice aud paying for this notice.
LOST A Weir memorandum book in
city containing a live hundred and
dollar note and other valuable papers.
pleae return to this office and you will
The Herald's double edition Thurs
day la all exhausted. The demands
took them off like hot cake In Janu
ary. A Sqaare Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
23 vents and lodging at same reufonaVe
latcs. Farmer ud CiouerciAl Mm
will p!cae bear t lii- in min i. d&wtf
Nothing 1 r r !;y
for wall paper arrl
g;in to Wari't k
By paying caNh for our new ?t"( k o'
wall paper, lead, oil, &c, we are euublcc!
to sell at t e iuc d rices.
53 t2 W. J. Waimuck.
Bremiif't's Cr;:ckcm at Wire,.;l.:;chVi.
the l'hoi in:
i:. i o ca.i .1- s
.ht i will continue t vll
p n e
Rl tfvrr r
lay i. iif1'"
lii:i: i i' i!i -'
its i.ijtn to : : . .
i bov. Tny Tov
ii" o'i I .' j ti
lit ll. bin p:t!;t u.. i
siliiil. The war. who invented bailAtl
wire ha much to Mi'lVr lor iu ;i'
swect Itve and bvc.
And now the
the bai bcil v, ii e
beast and kiiuu
Itaiuly ever t :::
to draw blood,
Smith & Hc'i'foM buvt aatled six nttr
cases for the convenience of thfir 1 t v
library in their oflice.
., ut LOWLJt riMi.T.
lii tin- country.
AnnourV bc.-t brand hpins. . . .
Dry Ka'.t meat
Sugar cured shoMldi-rs
At Hatt & Co'h. meat market.
ts t j.-ricc ty v
Window slmdes at Warrick's.
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W. H. Baker.
Bremuer's Crackers at .Stadleinan's.
TO RENT Furnished or unfurnished rooms
luqulre of J. i). Simpson. t3tf
TO KKM-Tlie northeast comer room in
A stadeluiau's bakery, deed for afflce or
aruau iuainena. Sill
WANTED A Kood cook wanted at Stadel
mann's reatauraat, either man or woman
None but a nrt-clas cook need apply. 54d tf
"W A.VTED John Bauer ha leased the Stahl-
1 maa place, corner ol 7th and Vine, and Is
prepared to accommodate the nublie in the
i way or ior i!f! ai i:i:iii:i liy ihe verk
I :?;;.. i
AN I KL) A first-class cook at tha Central
ICputMiimnt t -itt .T-nw --
WASTED-Canvassers wanted. Apply to J,
" O. Sbannen. flattsinouth, Keb.. eaeloa-
inKtamp ror reply. Only live, active parties
A. II. HELLER, I'll. G. Of. D
PHARMACY AND MEDICINE.
OftVe ia reiry'a drug store opposite the Per
kins bo e,
The Herald job department is giv
ing steady employment to four men.
Tho largest supply of hams, bacon,
and all kinds of meats, in the city to
be found at Hatt & Co. 64 dtf.
The Alaska, the best and most con
venient Refrigerator in the market. For
sale by J. R, Cox. 43d&wluio
It will pay you to read Wise's col 3
umn in this paper, you may find jus
what you want. SSU
A large number of sidewalks i:i ti.e I
city need repairing, and should reci ive
the attention f the authorities.
The indications about here are
that there will be an abundance of
cherries, apples, pears anel plums.
The goose hunters, six in number,
who went out in the country yester
day after that festive bird, brought in
three one-half a goose each.
Warrick has made further reductions
on painting materials. Give him an or
der and compare prices. 64notUw2t
. L. REED. President.
A. GIBSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Basling Immi Trais.clei.
Reeelved. and Interest allowed on TIe Certificates.
Drawn available in any part of the Ur.Itad
States aud all t!ie rinelnal cities of Kropo.
A KINK LOT ejK
MACKEREL, LABHAbOIiE IIEIUMNC;, TKOtJT, AVILU WAVK
COD FIISII, Asa u choice lot of
XiIC02TS .2TI3 OJLIX CSS.
We have a fine nlook of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Pan ey rands ef
MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND MISSOURI FLOUR.
I have In atoe a fine liua of
;Queensware, Glassware, Lamps,
e. All our good are new and freah.
Fill Eicane lor Country Produce. Linseed Oil Meal Alwayi on Hani
Jvext door to Court llouse, PIattmouth, Neb,
iid2ws Mm B MURPHY & CO.
Aytn's for the oelehratwl
J. I. NIHPNOX,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, o; California
EXPRESS COMPANIES :
n Ki l.s.
, A . l
Crackers at Murj..hy
V. V. Leonard's New Residence.
Architect Ernst Wagner has shown
us the plaus of Mr. Leonard's new resi
dence which he is just commencing on
his splendid property on 6th street. His
residence will be two full stories and will
be finished in the most substantial man
ner. 3lr. Wagner s plans show what
work he is capattle of doing and they are
as complete and plain as any ever sub
mitted. Mr. Leonard's residence will be
one of the hansomest and most com
plete in the city and will be one of the
prominent improvements of the year.
Work wss commenced this morning pre
paratory to breaking ground for excava
Roller Skating Rink.
Having purchased of Joseph Ford
bis skating rink in the basement o
Fitzgerald block. I wish to announce
that the same will be open everv uftei
noon and evening, and that it "will bf
run first-class in every respect. Ti.e
prices for admission will be
10 cts. for afternoon aud lo cts. lor even
ing, ladies free. Price ol skates 20 rts.
for afternoon?, 25 cts. for rveninys. The
masquerade as heretofore announced for
Moudy evening will not be changed.
C E. Sli ck.
Teeth extracted without ja!n by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas, at the Denta
rooms of Dr. C. A. Marshall, Fitzgeral
0 !").( in ?.
hi ii r;
I his city can show some ol the
handsomest show windows to be seen.
wmcn are a good index of the enter
prise of our business men.
The best goods for the least
at William Herolds.
The aunouncemeat niada bv the
Chief of Foliceat the Opera l l;se
last evening had its effect, and 0d
one too. There is fust o- more
tbiujf to do. viz: make the gallery
UOIs remove their hats and keep tl.. ?r
- j iua raiuag.
Uf late there have been a
of inquiries for cottages to rent The
demaud Is greater than the eupply.
Large houses at a high reutal are not
what are needed, but small cottage
at a reasonable figure. It would pay
some of our men of means to make
ome investments of this character.
Head the advertisements contained
In this If sue of the daily. Our busi
ness men report bniness looking up,
aud they tell you what thev have.
m . a . '
stock, through the columns of Tub I
Harry Webber, supported by a strong
company, produced John F. McArdle's
original eccentricity, entitled, "Flint
and Steel," Matrimonial Agents, for
the first time in America, before a
large and well-pleased audience, Satur
day, August 26th. Mr. Harry Webber
as I'hineas Flint, was exceedingly
funny, and aided by Steel, his partner
in business and villainy, kept the au
dience in a roar of laughter from the
rise to the fall of -the curtain. Miss
Martha Wren, as Natty Ntbba. was
very fine, displaying to perfection tho
office boy of such grand rascals as his
a Mm tat . In t lat loaf anr Vlics iFrati
uuinber i. ,.' .v, '
beautiful English ballad, "Mamma,
Why Don't 1'apa Come Ilome?" and,
in answer to a very hearty encore.
sang her negro melody, for which she
is so justly celebrated. Harry Pearson,
as General Abetcromby; Edward Po
land, as Hon. Berty Briggs. aud Mrs.
Eva Webber as Aunt Ameli.i Aber
cromby, deaerve special mention, and
were great favorites with the audience.
especially the latter, whose imitation
Mai. Dan. Wheeler has the disease
and while he does not go to the ex
tent ot a stone fence, he has built
light boy-proof apple orchard fence
around his cheerful little orchard ou
the corner of Fourth and Vine.: TLw
no'iceofth Major's improvement is
not intended for the boys to see.
Peter E. It u finer, tho left-handed
implement man who can sell a check
rower to a farmer starting out of
town Avithout even stopping him, has
erected a wind mill at the Bonner
stables for W. P. Joncf. This mill is
warranted to pump all the water
ncceary for these extensive stables.
and at the fcanie tune furnish a supply
of air for the establishment when
Bro. Jones is out of Gear.
icy ten you what thev have i iu miiei, huubb iwiuiiiou
where they keep it, and' invite I l the old mai was verv natural. N.
personal examination of their LVa-oatic News.
Prof. Cush man's rehearsals of the
'Fairy. Queen are progressing nicely.
Thechorosea are being learned very
rapidly,. The little folks are taking a
-deep interest, and the leading Itufy
k Rogers of the city are taking bold with
enthusiasm. We shall have two of
Ibegra rtalnmeatsevey pre-
nt . city. In about two
WCfcfc. ' ', -
The following from the Gibbon Bea
con, hits the nail squarely ou the head,
and is worthy of reproduction in every
paper in the State:
"The man who twenlv-flve Tear-
ago dared to predict the settlement of (
dog fuius J euiuai, (OH UCWtrt
which geographers located west of the
Missouri river, was ridiculed as an en
thusiast or a dreaming idiot. Even to
express the thought that farming lands
might he fowd thirty or fortynille s
Action will be taken on the applica
tions for saloon licenses tonight.
A rumor was current this afternoon
that a citizen in shooting at a dog
which had bitten one of his children,
accidentally shot into the pedal ex
tremities of another citizen, of femi
nine persuasion. It is a mistake the
gun didn't go off, but the dog did.
This afternoon in the county court
the case of Janda vs. McFairfleld was
up for trial, the case being a labor
case, and for solution a settlement. J.
E. Morrison appeared for the plaintiff,
and E. II. Wooley for tho defense.
TM judge has the solution under ad-
Mrs. Johnson & Swenev are now re
ceiving ail the latest styles in Hats. Bon
nets, Flowers, Tips, Ribbons, &c, in the
millinery line, to which they invite all
to call and examine before Durchasino-
else where. Fancy goods at cost. d40ml
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers every time. Take no other.
- A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. R.
Cox's. - . " . 54d&wlmo
The lleniLD is printing a brief for
Smith A Beeson in u case in the Iowa
circuit court, which case comes up for
nearing in lJes Moines next week,
TT .a. ..
iias an eiegant line ol baby carriages
tor sale vary cheap. Also a nice lot of
refrigerators and the largest stock of fur
niture ever brought t Plattsmouth at
prices that can't be discounted. It will
pay jot to eeo him. d29tw2-tf
Bremner's Crackers at Hansen's.
ce to J. P. Youur's for your
cream soda, water, mead nx
oircn seer onij or per glass.
Largest stock of wall paper
Bremner's Crackers at Baker's.
A new line of fine dress goods con
sisting of the latest styles and patterns
just received at Weckbach's. 23dtf
Crackers at Bennett &
Ladies, your special attention is cr-Jiid
to the new line of dre?3 . oV juet
received at Weckbach's. ,!iu'
Two Nighu Only.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, j
April 27i. 28!j. !
The IV; u!ur C:-mtdia:.
HAH 11 Y WEBBER,
In the wellknowu Sensationnl
NIP A2TD TUCK'
Which hits now been played over threv
will also appear in his latest
injno. i. McArdle's great London
FLINT and STEEL
Now in the third year of its ran
in Europe, with T. L. Stinson,
supported by a company
of undoubted excel
lence, under man
Tames E. Ho ore.
-Flint and Steel" may be stvled a
sparkling eccentricty in three
Sparks or acts of whieh
each depicts the won
of a brace of
who are en
deavoring to ob
tain rich husbands
and wives for their client
get iu all sorts of ridiculoas
scrapes and amusing dilemmas.
ADMISSION 35, 5, AND 75.
Reserved seats now on sals at J. I
For Sale !
N E , Sec. 3, T. 12, It.
S E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, H. 13.
S. W. , Sec. 3, T. 12, il. 13.
and N X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, J.
E S. Ar. Sec. 34, T. 13, Ii. 13
E Lot 10, Block 28.
" 3, "
" 7 & P.
Tiie above derlLed faruis
lor H.-ilo on 1!) time, with 7
cant, tntere t. A
A Wull JAne oi Trn wen
And in i'cl v rytiilijg t (;ntrtiii.d ia
k first-cliris Drue ."-tor'-. i're-
fccriptiou-i caret'div coiiit.uud-
Competition met in
al! cepai't merit.
Coii. MIN ..!) Tfl
TLATTSMO UTH , N KB.
JOHS KlTZOliKAl-lJ, A. W. ilcLilUHLIS
OF rATT8MOUTH. NBKAS.
Offers Uta wety beat ffaellitles for tba
traaaaetlen ef legltinaate
oioeaa, . uoia. Ueverntueot and Loeal
nuiun iwuim auu noin, iseposiia receiv
ed aud iutereat allowed on time Cartlfl
eates. Drafta draws, arallable iu aoT
part of the United Htatea and all
the principal towua of
As famished off Iclally to the
Tho river at nooa today, stood 7 ft,
obc-va low water mark.
Sixth street, between Msin and lV;:r!,
Plattsmouth, Nebr. Itetittecl and coin
tort ably furnished. Board by the day
or week. Meala S3 cents. Boird by
week at reasonable rates. ' Iloiive rom.
fortably and pleasantly situated. Give
me a call. . Weaver, Proprietor.
--RCHI IXCTUIIAL XV: RK A
Hans and itCfffleiTtli"? will ve carefully
eairied out. and fail attention will be ivon &
to .safety a d durablMiy.
Li:SSO. 0. PAICTI.
In Oil. Water Colors, Crayon and Teuf-il.
Oflice over Solomon Natban'a 6t;e, iLda tt.
Collections mad & promptly remittsd.
Highest market prices paid for County War
rants. State sxd County Bond.
joan r. cia
A. W. McLaughlin
Bank i Cass County
Coiner Maui and Sixth Street.
i J. li. ,-
l "'. W K. l-ie!(. ,.f.
.1 I Hl.-SON, t:.,vLi'
FrEacls a Gcii.ral mn Basiasss.
HIGHEST CA'Ii ruin?
Paid for Count y and
ITo Humtug Hera!
Ci Ou'.si-ll auy Oil Price ( iotbin
O.ttfl! Iti rluitsmoiith
I3"T 25 PER GE2SJ T.,
ANJ h 1 11,1. JIAKK .VO.NKV.
Bo Here cU at my Brancli Stcro
As I Uuy For Cash.
tin? above htateineut.
This beautiful three story brick structure, oa
lower Maid street, ha- Just been tubbed aad
fitted up for the accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Qoo Bar la coBnio witu the
FRED GOOS. Propr.
HARRIS c5c UNRUH,
FURNITURE 8 C0FFI1TS,
aud all kloda of roods usually kept in a
riUMV CLANM H nxiTi ni: MTOKK
Also, a ery complete tock of Funeral Goods.
j 'l5!ai!iCiWc3.:SComns CasfotrRote
EM.-iLEMS, Ae. 1
iiiouipt'.j- rt mltted for.
J-UuBlH-k. ,T. '.r. IVtlerspti. c. H.lrMie',
F. K. CiiitUiaa jT.. .1. .'ilnio, A. ii.
iur Nrw::n. -l.'if li"Hiie fa!u ayaii)
R'triTnber tl(e plncp, in UNION
.BI.Of.'K. on sixth street, TWO
DtMna&ont Ii of Cass rr,n
W,e:tr we m;iy bo found jlit rr!ay
HARRIS &. UNRUH,
SKm PJATTSMOUTH. SCO.
JMr- .-i.i,sSi iftr"-.-
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