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I of CUy ar.d;iit Uictvi-, lUibn Time
LabU. Talcphona EycIid- iuinets tl
trtory, Bmlnf j Cai J fti., ice third i.
I EFT. L. STONE,
notice to Advertiser.
Cwpy ! display wcri5ejseii vr k.t-
a fcdf ertlsemroli (ituil ie handed It. to tha
tagLfiCjjcdlce not later than 10 a. hi of the
an? lb which they are to luirrte'l .oj
lot Dv local and tvvrlA uulh-es uiut
b.iiUtf 1 Ui before j u -uch day to injure in
riU- II -.I. IsuHiiNaiL,
4. SullMburj. IK-utM.
1 U Louisville pottrry ia iu full bU
the iver at noa today tood ' it c iu
t o. low water murk
'.v.iitt Commissioner 2tjr-f?iiuU is . t .1 u :
tu..d Kvikoa the street 4
I Ut iiilc t.f UQi'lalmcd tX.fll'.
begins tcruoiiuiv iu Omaha.
It it rumored today that At
Lre another zzXviu diwn in tlie
Jt ii. ho'i.
lns today, tli lost
of radu-tca La
subject taken up
Cit iuiprov einent- are mlug aud
Flaitiinoaih will notch the improve
ineut ti':k way up towards tliw lop this
A larger audieuce witnessed the re
hearxal of the Fairy Q ueen Saturday
night than many of the traveling troupes
ret at thtir entertainments.
The past week brought with it a
Urge acreage of corn planted in Cass
county, &nd the agricultural bird is
assuming qui'e au altitude in old Cass'
The state board uf equalization will
meet at the office of the auditor of pub
lic accounts, in Lincoln, Nebraska, on
Friday, May llth, lSu, for the pur
pose of assessing railroads.
Jo. McVcy opeusl his place of busi
ness today after the court had rendered
hi decision iu the remonstrance case. It
Is the general verdict of all that Joe had
kept a well regulated saloon and has not
knowingly violated the law.
i he Opera house has been engaged
for the graduation exercises, which oc
cur on Friday evening, the lStb. Es
says, orations, instrumental and vocal
music are in course of preparation.
Mr. Robert Livingston is the valedic
torian. Mr. Samuel Harris aud Miss Gussie
itrainard were united in marriage at
the M. E church yesterday morning.
They took the sleeper tor Chicago on
their wedding tour last evening. The
ilaKtLD extends congratulations, and
w.-qm them a happy journey through
lu celebrated caic cf LUiia Pcti.it vs.
iLfcritT liver. M. McElwstu and others
; c-a trial today to a jury iu the district'1;
.vurt. l La complaint ot Mrs rtttlt is i
that he was prrou-dlv injured by ' the j
ct5ccr wl.en shs was forciqly "ejected
irviiitL. preraie iu dispute tbciUiias !
ii. j w.iac S'.Tfenty. v, J.o hui been in
j..:l for sometime for robbing the I ouls- I
ri!l li'.oou, U m hut hareJ. t'be !
crand jury feil'.s.? to iut.J-'t hini. The !
poor fellovr wanU to to his muther, !
ho lives in Virjjiuisi, wLviu he ea3,
i the only prou who has aty inrlu
cuce o-er him during hi? hydrophobic
The the i iii...;er (his aieinoon
siiod iiv up tieartt.e top soiae place.
,it there wu one man iu toni wno ; Clnef Justice Cuilnug. of the bupri me
WulkeJ up and down the hot ide of ; court of New Hampshire, at the itsi
the street with an overcoat on, buttoned j dence of the bride's parents atChar'es-
up to uu oeck. it may be tne poor
feilow b.d no undercoat or shirt on,
nd had to wear the overcoat. We
iympsit.ize with fiiui, anyhow, aud
ill cuggcit to him tloti he trade i he
oeroat ff a duster.
lu u.e distrkt couit thu moiuing
J a je Pouad in paSiinir upon the ap
f..l in the esse ot Jo ilcVey.who was
. a? granted iier:i.:0 by the citj council,
?ald after a caicfol eAamiiiatin of all
the testimony rPitUed from the trial be
low to the district court, he did not
think the eppeal could be sustained un
der the law and consequently his honor
dismissed the same sustaining the action
of the city council. This leaves Mr.
McVey in possession of his license pod
ettles the question for the present.
A cow is a great beHetll when iu her
orope- place. It does seem that there
should be some remedy to preveut
eows from eating up people's early
vegetables, carrying oil" peoples' gates,
and breaking down fences. All this
txiight be endured, but when these
came cows wear bells, so the owners
can laugh at their neighbors annoy
ance as they hear the gentle trinkle ot
the bell and know their cow i-i munch
ing up their neighbor's cabbage and
driving sleep from the household, is
too much for human endurance. Is
there any remedy for this uuis uce ?
"Vox Populi" was read with inter
est last Saturday, and caused some of
the boys who were on the jury to call
around to find the name of the Vox
Pop who thinks the jury could not
read, in the Holmes-Bailey case. We
told them that "Vox" had "Popped"
out. and was busily engaged in hoeing
his onion bed which he hid neglected,
to write for "the column," and the boys
thought he had better confine his tal
ents to the propagation of bulbous
roots. One of them suggested the
Herald in its rush of business had
let the other fellow get In some work
on that column, viz: "Vox IHabeli."
TLs celebrated case of Jacob Levey
vs. Levi Golding, was concluded in the
District court on Saturday ni-hr. The
jury rendering a verdict iu favor of
Golding for the sum of .$31 1.50, and
found that the right of property was
In Jacob Let y for the amount of the
goods purchased in On aha amounting
ill7.5d, and also the value of cerntain
jewelry. The case elicited a consider
able amount of Interest on aceouut of
the exceutriclty of the parlies interet
ed, they displaying all the peculiarities
of "God' chosen people." Mtkars.
-Morrison and V&onatla appealed for
plaintilf. and Messrs Beeaou i Mclu
tj?b fc-r dehadants.
The frost of last Saturday morning i
did no damage to fruit about this city. ;
ihe broom factory of Dorac is just
now running to full capacity. Mr.
Dorac's trade is quit extensive, b
has orders far ahead. He baa recent
tT rilled quite an order for Seaman at
'f he O A. U. bell a meeting Saturday
night at the court houseand a committee
ffiii Appointed to make provisionis for
prcperly ober? ing Decoration day. The
committee meet tomorrow evening at
the Cuttae home and will report at ihe
'1 lie prisoners eontlned in jail awaiting
the action of the grand jury were ar
raigned in com t thia ruorning nod the
Indictment read to tKeui, and iu each
rase the plea wad not guilty. Even Maud
and Mother Moore played the iuuueot.
To day j one of the dull days iu
town, '"blue Monday," ao to speak.
The hot weather ha9 laid everybody out
but the ne w t.aper men. who have to
? sw eat and swear, and trot around town
j whether it is hot or u5t. The'rity edi
1 ton of the Platlamouth dailies are both
very corpulent, and carry arouua a
! aupcr&btindance of flesh, and the per
; formauoe of their duties this hot weath-
er causes the grease to fry out at the
J rate of forty knnta au hour. Vet still
! they go. The dear people mnU hare
: something to read, and we are hound
! to fiirinh it.
Da Saturday last a few of our Niin
rods seeking u sun bath and a little
needful field sport exercise, went gun
ning out in the Gil in ore neighborhood.
They did not And any goose eggs of
consequence, the wild geese having
deserted their nests, but they bagged
one dog and n spring wagon. The dog
was left by the way side, the wagon
was stowed away in John Q. Adams'
fence corner, and the conuundrum
was carefully presented by Mr. U. V.
Mathews, and brought to town. Here
it i, "was It Frank White that shot
the hub out of the wagon wheel." A
lumber wagon is much preferable to a
spring wagon, it snaKe up tne lumuar
A brother of a crazy man who cauaed
some excitement among our citizens a
a few weeks ago,was here Tuesday look
ing up his brother's effects. He says his
Irother t ame west with about $?,500 in
his pocket, but when he left home there
were no signs ot iusanity whatever, but
came for the purpose of buying land.
When he was sent back he told his brother
that he had burned a 81,000 note, and
that if he would go to Greenwood and
go down the railroad track until he
came to a cretk, then follow the bank
until he came to two large trees, de
scribing them, he would find the rest
of his money. The brother came here
and went to those trees and found the
money buried just as the man told him.
The crazy man is now in Indiana im
the insane asylum, Greenwood Eagle.
Sol Miller says patent papers are of
no benefit to a community, and deserve
no support certainly no county or city
patronage: There is much truth in
this. The Journal pays for labor near
ly as much money as the seven patent
gapers of this county combined. This
money remains in the community,
while - the patent papers send their
money for labor to Kansas City. The
Journal is a home institution. The
patent papers are not.
Everybody reaaing Bro. Pepoou's
paper wiii appreciate the above. . The.
people of Fails City. Richardson :oun
ty and vicinity ought to support
Journal und ought to d it iibually.
The Journal is one of the very bright
est, cL'&OcSt, news-est best arranged
newsi apcr- that icmts to out table.
The ed' tor of the Journal is a hard
VVorbrr, and Lis pap?r shows It.
Ben. A. Gibson, of Weeping WHier,
was on the ?Cth of April married to
Miss M. S. Cushine. daughter of ex
ton, N. H. Ben. will be remembeied
bv all as the brilliant vonntr man that
studied law In the otrlce of Hon. M. L.
Hay ward. Ben. has manv warm
! friends in this city. who will join the
.News in wishing rum and ma bnue a
merry life with pl nty of little iib
sons to cheer them when old - Ne
braska City News.
Tu Ueuald wishes Mr. Gibson all
the happiness and prosperity imagin
able, he has done the right thing iu
this matrimonial venture. Mr. Gibsou
Is one of Weeping Water's solid busi
ness men, and that prosperous town
was raorj than fortunate when it
secured Mr. Gibson as a resident.
At the police court thia morning John
Burns for disturbing the peace which
with the usual trimmings amounted to
$11!90. Jake Levi agreed to see it paid
by Saturday night and Mr. Burns was
Peter Roan on the same charge was
requested to dance to the same music.
He asked leave to go to the eounty and
get the funds which was granted.
We have expected all along that just
so soon as Mayor Smith's friends heard
of his election, they would move down
on this city like a mighty avalanche
broken loose from its Alpine fastnesses.
Jacob Smith on yesterday was arrested
and tired out of the town this morning
by the police judge. He was not given
a chance to call on the mayor, ''Oh.
vou hard hearts and cruel men of
Flattsmouth ! Thia Smith was a tramp.
'Consistency is a jewel" only to be ap-
Ercciated by the editor of the Journal,
is natural disposition causes him in one
issue of bis paper to cast a cow fling
at Alex Mcintosh (every way his super
ior) and also at the law and order or
temperance meeting of which Mr. Mcin
tosh was secretary ; and in his next isue
he says it is perfectly tit, proper and ap
propriate for the saloon men of the town
Xojlne the temperance men of the town
and thus the whisky ring put down. In
our minds eye we see Sherman and sev
eral saloon keepers of this town we have
in their minds eye and also several of
our strongest temperance gentlemen and
ladies occupying the same rostrum in
the cause of the banishment of king . al
cohol and the introduction of good
morals and common decency into the
community; the temperance people
might net add to the meeting and Ihe
gentlemeu eugaged in the saloou biz
might not odvauce it to any great extent
but oh Lord' how the Journal man
would tone it down. Propositions for
membership are .'now ia order; alljappli-.
rations to be referred to C. W. Sherman.
Greeiilat, of ElmwooJ.f ame in
tois morning to attend couit.
Waiter. CVo, of South Bend, a uoble
aonof Yuleao U in town tbis morning.
Mr. E, J. Mogei. a prominent citlen
of Harvard, is In the city today on 1
MiS3es Emma and Tillie Fuuk, two
of Lincoln's charming young ladies,
are in the city today.
Oliver Ward and Marion vv ard, the
hardware men. of Louisville, came in
thl3 morning to attend court.
Jap Smith of the surveyor geueial's
oftlcc went'to Fall City ib'u morning
to flhowthem how to aurvey and lay oil a
Henry Satje, Esq., brother of Ellas
Sage, of this city, returned to his home
in l'eaiu, Hi , after spending a week in
Mrs. J. W. liarues returned to her
home in this, city this morning after
visiting with friends iu Weplng Water
for the past week.
Ceorge Huber. of Hit him of Huber
ltros., of Louisville, one of the largest
property holders in that burg, came In
today to attend court.
O. A. lialdwin and Walter lleunett,
Ksqrs., of Omaha, are in attendance at
the district cuort, engaged in the case
of Eliza Pettlt vs. It. W. livers, et. al.
D. D. Johnson aud Dav- Woodard,
the rival liveiv men of Weeping W a
tcr. returned to Flattsmouth today to
attend to their' duties at the district
Mr. Ed Baum leturnei frcm Lin
coln this morning with his eye much
improved. There evidently must be
something in Lincoln which is good
for sore eye?.
A. B. Smith and Lafayette Gilmoro,
civil engineers for the B. & M. in Neb.,
went this morning to Reynolds, Thayer
county, " for the purpose laying off an
addition to that enterprising village.
A. B. Todd, Esq., "eounty commis
sioner, will : go fhis evening to Avoca
to bring a man from that village to
the county house who has been suffer
ing with inflammatory rheumatism.
Billy agnew returned this morning
to the ranch of Parmele, At wood,' Ag
new & Co., in. Custar county, where
'they 'have over ioO- head -of: line cat
tle, which they "expect to increase to
1590 head, soon. '
SOUTH BEND LETTER.
South Bend, Neb.,' May 6, 3.
All is quiet at the Bend, saye the
wind, which has been on a rampage
all day. Nearly everything loose has
been blown away; but few persons
hive hazarded their lives by venturing
on the street. . x our correspondent,
who Is not noted ror corpulency, has
been wise enough to stay in doors, con
sequently this lett.er.
Dr. A. L. Root and son Dr. R. D.
Root have moved to the Bend. We are
sorry - to lose Dr. Stewart, but are for
tonate in securing phsyicians who will
fill his place so well. Dr. Stewart and
family and T. D.Look and family move
to Oregon this week.
M. ISearl, the principal of our schools,
has become a denizen- of the Bend
His wife arrived from Ohio two weeks
i Mr. Gould3mitb cur milkman, moves
j to. Nebraska city this week, where he
: will deliver milk to the,citireni of the
M.saci Laura icraiiand and Mag
gie Streight came iu from their schools
Friday evening to spend Sabbath in
Dan. W. Cotfey goe to Flattsmouth
this wek, wheie we believe he has a
situation in a drug store. We did not
ask Maggie, but believe he will visit
the Bend occasionally.
Will Streight at present is engaged
on a conundrum ; it Is how Providence
can separate two of the same mind.
Miss Cornelius will be missed by more
than Will, aa she- has been the accom
plished organist of the Congregational
church in the Bend, for some time.
Our hardware and implement man
Geo. Hay, has sold several hundred
dollars worth of farm implements this
Our butcher makes his regular tiips
to Elmwood on Fridays. Those want
ing meat on his route will do well to
call en him, an he is a first class
A number of the Bendites will be in
Plattfcmouth this week to attend the
trials of Sharp and Kaneff.
R. R. Indices.
The Syracuse correspondent of the
Lincoln Journal has the following:
Senator Teft, of Cass county, was in
town yesterday, feeling our representa
tive men in regard to a new railroad.
The line of the new road most talked
about is as follows: Beginning at
Plattsmouth, thence southwest by
Avoca, Syracuse, Sterling, Beatrice,
Fairbury to the Kansas line, connect
ing with the Diagonal or Wisconsin,
Iowa & Nebraska railroad. Nebraska
The "pot is a boiiin," and if this
Diagonal wishes to. pieree the enter
prising prosperous' territory of Ne
braska, the way is open for this road
to ass through this rich section of
country. If it doesn't prove itself
equal to the propitious circumstances
which Dame Fortune is now holding
out, other capital and other enterpnses
are at hand to take up this line of rail
road and build it. . Remember a rail
road ought to be and will be built from
the Missouri river southwest into Kan
sas, and that it will leave the Missouri
river at the mouth of the Platte and
travel by the way of Avoca, Syracuse,
Stirling, Beatrice, Fairbury, and then
south into the valley of the Arkansas.
The telephone company have issued a
new revised directory and placed In the
hands of their patrons. Plattsmouth ia
now connected with AshIand,Arlington,
Blair, Council Bluffs, ElkhornCity, Fre
mont, Greenwood, Louisville, Lincoln,
Omaha, Pa pi Hi on, Springfield, South
Bend and Wavcrly.
The- Central Restaurant
has removed up stairs in the Herold
Todd Luil'lii.jf, ono door east of the
court lioust J hedininghall is in every
way a model of neatness and comfort,
well vrutiluted, and finely furnished
seating rwom for lifty persons at a meal.
It is the aim of the proprietor to make
the Central the boo-too place of this
city. Special rates to families wishing
to secure daj lioard . For terms apply
at the liestauiur.t Diuing Parlor
9 ; W2t:59d3t. Mrs. P. B. Mcftrmv.
As furnished officially to the War
The river at nocu today, stood 6 ft.
in. above low water mark, showing
a rise of 1 in. since noon yesterday.
Adtertlttmeuts under thU bead. ttre cet.t
per line eacu insertion.
I JOB KENT A faun,
Apply t tills office
RENT A gooa Lc
la tbis city- lnqul.
ui in need lvw'iU.on
;uU ot H. t". f aliuer or
j. w. J e colli t.
FOR SALE Old paper foi sale ut tlil office
at u rtnt-i Drr iiucdred oi i trecti uer do;-
1Olt SALE- fu.u lots logetLtfi 1& gJ idea
tion lu Jhu cit. Inquire at thU oince tf
IjUK SALE - A eood sodawate generator can
be bought cheap. WU1 gite choice be
tween a large and small one. l'erun itud prU
uiUe Uuwu pu application. UtI
SMITH & BLaCK iSBOS.
IJHJUN D -A f olUlutf key In a ruiLrond coach lu
tLl city. Owner cua Dud It at this office.
FOfTND A dupcL of key on Chicago avenne
Owner cun-vet aaiuc by calling at thWof-
nce ami paying lor mw notice. 4
IVANTKO To rent a small, neat Louse v.n-
' taliiloK three or nte rooms, t or suitable J
building good price paid. In.iuh? ut tlm of
fice, s; rx
17ANTRl-A u.xid tuh nulitt J at ."iliidi-l
iimtiu'3 reituuranr, t-ithrr in mi or w.juii..
None but a flrst-ela. cook need appiy. 54d tf
r A-n'TED Jotn Bauer lo.cJ tLtStohl- j
' man place, cointi ot 7 th aud V lue. aud 1 i
prepared to accoiDmodate ike public in the i
way ot boardlog 'iid lodging- by the rtL or
VA? 1 Rl-A Arit-ctass at tu Cniral
1 ' Keiauiam. , uood tvagesaud tfad em-
WANTED -Oanaseis wanted. Apply to J.
O. Shannon, flattsmouth. Neb., enci03-
iu Ktamp for reply. Only live,
need apply. 5oU
acute part lea
To WHOM IT MAT 'CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that on the 4th
day of May, A. I). 1883, I filed with the
city council of the city ot Plattsmouth,
Cass county, Nebraska, an application to
sell malt,spiritous oud vinous liquors for
medicinal, mechanical ' and ' chemical
purposes in the third Ward of said city.
J. M. Roberts.
Crites'dV Ramsey, Attys.
Plattsmouth, May 4th, 188a. ' 2t
Beautify the homes of the living and
dead. I will be in Plattsmouth May
9tb. from 10 until 2 o'clodk. with a
load of home grown, fresh dug ever
green?, in variety. In prime order for
planting. My motto: Low prices,
good Stock, quick sales.
L. A. Williams,
Cilen wood, Iowa
Call at the Central Restaurant, the
Dclmonico of the west, one door east
ol court house. . - 59-d3t.
Wm. Wettenkamp offers his proper
ty near Eight Mile Grove, both real
aud personal for sale on easy terms.
Real estate consists of 320 acres or
more, well improved, upon which is
situated a fine two story brick resi
dence containing ten rooms, a good
frame barn 40x40 story and a hall,
also a good bearing orchard. Thia
farm is all under fence with first
class improvements. For further par
ticulars enquire of
5 4t . Wit. Wettenkamp.
Crackers at Murphy &
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous CVsidc 3as, at the Denta
rooms of.Dr . C. A. Mt.nl all, Fitzgeral
block, " 4Sd$tw t
;&dcw-hade3 at Warrick
Wuriik has made farther re ducti
ou painting materials. Give him an
der si.j compare prices. S4ddtGwi
Sixth street, between Main and Pearl, 1
Plattsmouth, Nebr. Redtted and com- f
lortablv furnished. Hn&rJ he thn rfnr 1
or week. Meals 55 cents. Board by
week at r asoaable rates: House com
fortably aud pleasantly situated. Give
me a call. 3. Weaver. Proprietor.
Breruuer'a Crackers at Stadiviiiau's.
Mr. JVlibooa & Sweney ure now
ceiving all the latest styles in Hats, Bon
nets, I'iowera, 'lips, Ribbons, &c, in th
millinery line, to which they invite all
to call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. Fancy goods at cost. d40ml
The largest enpply of hams, bacon,
and all kinds of meats, in the citv to
be found at Haft & Co. 51 dtf.
We will Sell Any Goods at
Prices Below Those Quoted bj
W. J. WARRICK.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers every Urne. Take no other.
A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. R.
Cox'a. - - - 54dwlmo
Bretncer's Crackers at Hansen's.
Goto J. P. Youusr's for your
cream soda water, mead and
birch beer only 5cperslass.
Largest stork of wall
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 called
to the new line of dress goods just
received at Weckbach's. .28dtf
Nothing lost by going to Warrick's
for wall paper and window shades. 53 9t
By paying cash for our new stock of
wall paper, lead, oil, &c, we are enabled
to sell at reduced prices.
53 t'2 W. J. Warrick.
Bremner's Crackers at Wirckbach's.
Freth home made candies
at the Phoenix.
Th-. Alaska, tue best and most con
venient Refrigerator In the market. For
sale brJTL Cox. 4SdAwlmo
It will pay you to read Wise's
umn in this paper, y
what yoa waoTt-
ou may find
Oils, Paints, IKr5HEi,
A Full Xflue ol Trusses
And in fact everything contained in
n flr5t-clas3 Drug Store. Pre
scriptions carefully compound
eu. Competition met in
Cor. Maik .u Third Strelt
For Sale !
JS' E , See. 3, T. 12, K.
S K t Si:. ?., T. 13, II.
8. W. i, St-c. ii, T. 12,
W. Set?, lu, T
L V. J
Sec. 31, T. is, K. lit
1, Block 2b.
The above described faruis
for eale on long time, witli 7
cent, interest. Apply to
li. B. WINDHAM,
sells thejustly celebredut RUSSELL
which embodies all the best features
of which art is master. Its excel
celence is recognized by the
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Boscm of the best hand
spun linen. The fit and workman
ship unexcelled. Made to ordea and
EE-TURN L.VERY SIIIR'J
dees not please . you.
t'OR SALE B r
CX,. si v E AGLiii ,
Of going to Omaha for
When -ou can bu)- the Fame
monev at home.
Window Shades frcm $1.50
j to 3.00 Per. Pair.
Warner's Kidney and Liver
A large Invoice of Alaoastine just re
ceived. All shade;.
A complete stock always on hand.
"To the Front ""3 for 10c.
Tobies trv them 2 for 5c.
"INNOCENTS ABROAD." the bos-
ABROAD," the bos?
the Boss 6c cigar
Will J. WARHICK.
3. 1. SIMPSON,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXPBES3 CO.,
WELLS. FAKOO i CO. EXPRESS.
OSiee iu Rock wood Block , with JoLnson Bros
G. XI. D
FiiAltllACY AND MEDICINE.
Ofllce in Perry's drag store opposite tb Pcr-
Our Lrg DABBES aCTD
offer i be Lmtttt, AMtui la
fad y h5t, ib Bt ciuTtui I
lb But CoiUttU of 'V.eSS-'i
rlTlie ILeutliiig QJIotliicr.
undersells au oi his rotnpctitoia
Keen ai oi l evuerbeuced Clothier
buy, pa no rents
KeinomUir the Twenty
ri.wr.it it v itcvist;
Lave arrived, and I
Triii mi i n ir
Also u full
ut price to defy eoui etion. Your Itespetfully,
W. H. BAKER.
T0 THECITIZE1TS of CASS C0XJ1TTY
Knowing that you realize the fact that within thelugt
six months we have caused the prices of
Drugs. TVEedLicineSj Oils Etc.
to he reduced to livin and
that we will not be undersold,
quoted by our competitors,
over wholesale priced, from
I ed of the enormous profit at
; and the prices imposed upon
We sell at a small profit, and e.vpert to build our
ion good goods and low pricey and jaitic.v vVuntin;
will do well to get out-
over buying in Chicago
HARRIS &. UNRUH,
FURNITURE t COFFINS,
and all kinds of goorti usually Wept l ;i
MUST ( L.M Fl KXITTIIK HTOHK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods.
Our Sew ai.d elepant hearw 19 always In
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Yfhear ws may te found night or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
24U3 PHTTSMOCTH. NEE
LAFE CNEIL, Prcp'r.
Beef MnttonI Pork Veal Nuchas, ic,
, Constantly on hand.
Also, all ktbdi of UAVK leoiufi, and ev
erything kept In a
FIflftT-C:L,ASS J1E AT SIIOI f
At lovFeit possible rates.
North-Sldi itotn St Ut: 4th al
ncle rso Lcl .
bv i.( r enl .
ever iu-e leCil,
and buy for ra-
l:'Uioii why, he
K iinun how lu
- Fivu IVi (Vnl Saved
will continue to sell
prices. We announce
will duplicate any prices
which are but agnail advance
which n faint idea may be grain-
which good?, have been sold
the consunihiy public
sae vou mollis
IIOi.SE SUOEIXO &
All Kinds of Firm implements Mended wit)
.NVatnesf &nI Dlapatoli.
Horse, Mulc& Ox Shoeing,
n short, we'll shoe anything that ha
four fvet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come a::d see us.
n Fittn m.
between Main asl Vine Streets.
ietOK.i frwin ttid KEr UhHALf
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repaUluif
of Win wid utlirr machinery, as ttivt
la a goud lathe la my siiop.
PETE 11 II A U EN, ' ' v.
The old Reliable Waon Maker
ha taken charge of tha wagon aho.
Uo u well kuovru aa a
NO. I WOKKalAN. .1
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