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ITISMSIli:!) DAILY AND V.'I'KKLY
The Plaltsiuoiitii Herald PalilisLins Co.
For City nl -ii'ilv l'i.i t'fiy, Ii iil.iy Tin."
Tablu. Tcli-ilnU'5 Lxr'ia y, Uu n Di
rectory, InilH-HS raids rcc tl.ird !:.
JEFF. L. STONU, - CIirK!:r,
Notlco to Aclvort"..3or8-
I'oi-y (r display ;n i;-"-n. i or ; . ;-es
III ailviTtlsi'iiifiil niii-ti l '.: .:ii"il In t' I In;
liUHlirvtoflli-e not I .ii er lli.til l' :i l.i. ol I In;
diiy In w lin-li tliry air to lie li.s.rt-fl . !'
li.i :iy locals uti'l special notices urn-! In;
liauii't In t'Cfoicj t in c.ich il.ty In Insul" ln
bcHIob. II M l.i. si! -. i 1. 1.,
:tl ,lnrs Maliiivi I .
A. Sallwui:j , JiiiitKl.
Lli Perkins, at Hi"
next Tuesday evening
So admission to I ho Fairy io-'-: ic
lieiti s:il tonight unless it i.- positively
Ie.-, r ci I miIs arc n oi .-ib- f.r 1 1
Fairy Imi i i. A'hnN.-iii "-Vis. liihcrv
ed m-:i!s .rOct.
L. A. Williams Ihe i! m.vo.i I trie
man, v. ill I.e. in Piatt-mouth 1'iM.iy in
Htcii'l of today as l.crH of.,r- n i vci I i .(;!.
Tho-e wishing cvir;;rt-i-iit .-ho.ilil bear
tliis in mind.
Tlio olil hIoiics which h ivo so loii";
ami faithfully s.-rved tin inlIic as a
.sidewalk in front ol" tin; county cleik'.s
oilier have been taken up iUy, an 1 a
plank walk put down in its place.
AfitT lii'- Trn,aillf" !'
tli; (i. A. i:.
wliii li in t bid i i a;n- I. ail ( i;-: n I
1 5i-I r l.ilr.
1 r lru l liiu; v .n Sprllt III
ill '.v hu ll .i n M.i'iil a
Miami'1!! were th'-chief ii.-pui ;.
Mr. M. K lavi y, i l.i!' i.u las bcon
i;i atitttl a aloni li r s .nn; Kiti'l of me
tallic latliintr. It m!1 l"" ii-cd in l!i;
cunlir liiiil.lin i: lln- S..ilv Capitol. It
is I l j" sc.-s liic ijiiaiitit s l" i-i:i aj-ni-.S
ilur:iiilii y, lire rm-f a-iv a1.ta.4cs
ami ci.-Ii. iicy ia 'Adit . ! liuv r
ever iiiM-il, ami i- tl--!iu:l to i"Vi I
ti n.izc tilings ia that 1 1 n .
'1 lii; Oinaln; aii'i i.t'i.1. Ua lily l"lis
an; greatly alanm; I 011 ari-'Miat :' tiic
recent Jiloct e ii!r le.ar.lirj t!ie i.-suaiu c
in l'i.it t.-iiioiitli. 1 Ley ii- - I i I In;. Our
taiooi are riiutiin ami v. t; l;rre:,y no
tify them that th-y c:i:i ii.l anything
Ihey want, o lon as 1 hey j-av for it.
The talk uninit tanners not coining 10
town iiecause tin; saloons wcii cli-ni i-?
'i'lie cunur.is.-j'Vicis reccive-t litis
morning u jiatii iit inin avium fur the
county Home. Tin; ui.l ! lun itc ni.ai
has lte 11 uli"cring 1- r aini ; titii' with
itiilinatry rheuiiiiitisin aisa has l a a
charge lor :ouio time oil I ie; county, lit
is a D;-.iie and eauuoi ;jeaiv t'iuni;.'!i
English to tell his ji.-ii.ie or auythiug
concei nino; his liiiory. 11;- wa. vm
signcl to tin; te.uicr nicivics of Wai ucn
blrirp, ol the poor -!"riu.
ilaj. Wheeler thi iiKniij im t vi i ill
a very painlul is not .seii;u acciJeui.
In cleauiuo; t:p nomo i uuii-ii about his
farm lie went to pitch unoohl u.:i; ken;
over the fence w ln.11 a n;:ii in t!;; edge
of the ke; caught the .-t;-oii.I ; M;;'r ol
his right hi-ml pv -et r:i; clear
throa-h the ll;-'iy p uii -i o ' th? i-uger
producing a vi-r i.!D. ..i.c-'l. i-i. Iiv
iustoii lirc.-.-fl thf wiiii'i; 01 f is not
ahle to sav exact h '.vii tt w ill io '.he . -btilt.
The Fremont lit raid chronicles Lhe
announcement that, iht TriLuise is
about to begin th pubiic.i ri of a
daily, and in the same count c'.roii iti
ciJentally lemaiks that "Hit- daily
paper is a ivlh-x of the giovih ami en
terprise of a city; a:.d if gti:ro.ioly
supported (as they usually are when
they deserve it) they are a creuitablo
representative of home interests and a
vahiAtltj factor 1:1 advancing the city's
prosperity." Success to tha Jiibuue.
The Journal, of last night, in that
model local pagn which they dote on
so ni'ici, doubtless feeling the need of
a sensational .article, took occasion to
slanut-r one of I'i.tt tsmouth's iao.U
prominent citizens. Dr. Jno. 1!! ick. by
stating that 'ive indictments h.id been
found against Lira and that he had
been fined S' in each i-dictment,
when the facts were that only three
wen- ever found against him
wcio liuliul yesier-l witn tin- ex -
caption of on charg., ,::.m -ly.of play-
n-c.ir is. for whi h a m dl fi-e,
The 4,Ioss Ci:!ii.x ' 1.;" th; m-i'soi
?trtii k town this morning. He brings
information which has ioug Lc. :i sou gi,t
for by theologians and all otherj inier
cstcd in a future state. II; delivers tlu
important iiil'orir.atioii in the s.V-pe of a
pamphlet, bearing- tiic euphl.ni.ms
title, -The Devil and His Angels," who ;
Ihcy are, where thv c;.:.ie fp.1.1, and !
what made tht-ni devils' bv II. IJ. j
Todti y, a mifi:st-r of the I ; ei. All
for the ?mali sum of ten i-m. wiiuout i
backs, live cents. TIk' informant ii.ul i
from Fairport, Knu. We always 1
thought there was something wn, no-In !
the "bleeding" state, but di; n t know j
that the v.'.i the nndevois of the'
"Devil nnl His Angels.'' i'hi.; settles !
it; an 1 exj.Iaias many of tiic d-viiUh j
acts recoriU-.l in the history cf fiat i
i-tatc. He is an entertiririei cniuk. ;,nd i
eviiit-p.t.' expects to make
enough from his information 10 p iv oti j
olil sores rith liis Sal.-oia Maje-tv
wheu called upon to s.juare up.
' , "ls .uoii.es j
yojth ot about fifteen summers and j
prooab.y the same- number of wuueis ,
An exchange sajs. a Ties
set out the o:her d ay to imitate IV.-k's
bad boy. Ihe boy was sent from a
lower school room to that of Iho prin
cipal iu the third story witji a note
from the teacner stati'i? that lie had
been a very naughty boy and was
therefore sent up for tbe purpose of
receivinpr a taste the pi inciprd's raw-
- hide. Tne latter functionary bein
absent the boy a.it don to meditate
, on his sins. In the meAntime a;: jiher
bad boy was sent up ?aiis to receive
the necessary licking. Tkiii Imy
number one lor the p;ii.eij,ai. ha de
livered the paper of punishment. Pad
boy number one promptly gathered up
the raw hiae and proceej.-;' to fill the
position of principal pm tem w ith all
the vim of an old timer. When
through he sent bad boy number two
back to his roorri and patiently seated
himself to itvait the cumin?" of the
principal, who soon arrived. IJ d boy
number one then stated what bo bad
done and patiently awaited for his
own punishment, wfiicli wan promptly
administered in the usual style.
lnriiiteiliscnce nnd nelaptab. -
tdnrh order. SUte Journal.
'Twas All a Joke.
YcKteiduy afternoon, during the trial
of "Little Miutd." a job wuh put up "11
uu innocent and umoi.-p cling youth,
which was kucccs J"ully executed, mid
furnished con-id rahle amusement to
those who were h i into the secret. The
young man in iie-tiou happcm d almig
the binct, whcr; wvcial others were ci -iptgrd
in couvers ion, and he was no
tified that a s;ibi na hud been i-ued
for hini in the at.ovc mentioned cast;,
aid that the olliccs weri; then in heaic'i
of him for testimony on behalf ol the
state, lie -wilted'' at once, and pro
claimed innocence of any personal
knowledge or )i formation of the mat
ter at all, tunl wanted to know what
he should do, as he didn't want to
L'o to court. One of the boys very con
siderati ly o!f rcd his room as a hiding
place, which was accepted, and our un
sophisticated young friend forthwith
made a Mill. Hi; preferred Vine street
to .Main street for his promenade. On
his way Irom .Main to Vine he encount
ered another young man, who caught
the idea and slopped him to give him
some- more voluntary inlormation, mid
at tin- siiuc time said that there was a
eiibpo-na out for himself, and to avoid
M-rvicc In; would soon join him and
keep him comfl iny in his misery.
" I Viler" X. 1 went on his way. and
reached his hioing place in safety and
anxiously awaited tiic arrival of Is'o. 2.
He klaid there until this morning, when
he concluded he couldn't i-taild the im-pii-onmeiit
any longer, mid would
r it her go on the witness stand and sav
lie knew nothing, than stay th'.-re. Con-seipo-tstly
ht; emeigi d lioin his "hole
in ihe Wail,' and went, to his work.
No "J explained ins nou-appcaram.'i- by
sa ing he; bad been caiighl. At thi
wriii' g heis yet ignorant of the fad
ll.-at it was all a juke, and we imagine
v. Inn tin- I mill beeomes known that
lh. -, ill l c a mental dirtiirban-.-e in J '" ''.iriincr tlio v. errern I ..nion rc
tho. (j.i.-.rter-, and maledictions upon ; !airer. of Omaha is here today iixing
Ih : heads ,f perpetrators. ! j' t heir Xebi ad:a City wito. putting
! in new pole?, and otherwise improvimr
This 1. :.'.'.( i l'u 1 operetta will bo pre-
.llt...l 1T1 W I. f I II ! 1 1 J1 l,Ttl.f:l ll.llf
Tl.iii:.-.v ...-.I I-Vi.l-iV r.v.nin.r ,,f fi'.is
weci. tins work is, wilnout tluiiOi,
the leading event of tho season. The
fairies (numbering l"0) wili ail be
drcsst d in tin; beautiful spangled cos
tume, and -..ill present a sight that the
people of i'lattumoiith will always re
member. Leading Kansas papers speak
ol thi.- enlci taiiiinent in the highest
terms, and a! -o as a leading event of 1
the M-asois. The operetta has always
been gu-eteJ w it h overflowing houses,
which is a gt arantee of the merits of
the work. The Linporia News says
that the Fairy Queen is without doubt
the best et'tertannneiit of the kind ever
presented in this city. Atchison papers
say it is the sister of the. Niad Queen,
ami equal to that famous work, which
is accoropanied with Ol-Vin:) worth of
scenery and costumc3. Everywhere
the Fairy Queen is praised bj the press
and pulpit. The operetta is inter
spersed with beautiful fairy illumina
tion., grand fairy sprite (lances, grand
fairy dances. Fuck, the clown, in his
comicalities, and Dick will get there,
too. Death of little Fannie, wit h the
beaut ifl angel scene; sufferings of
I'liieand Mary; the magic of the Fairy
Queen; the sympathetic solo and duets
of the mother; hard-heartedness of
the Old Miser, and man- other attrac
tions to numerous to mention. Grand
fain'ps repose is beautiful beyond de
scription. We bespeak a crowded
house, for if our people ever wisi to
sec that which is beautiful and a'so
amusing, now is the time. Admission
onlv ;5 cents; children cents; re
served seats, 50 cents; gallery. 2j cents.
Tickets fcr sale at Young's. Patronize
An Important Letter.
Mi:. ('11 Aiu.KS-WJiorrKH Siieumax:
My esteemed friend: Allow me again
to congratulate you on your admirable
"motor of progress." It surpasses evea
its'. if. I see now you have a foundry
curding- your plates of "telegraphic
newc.' This is most notable evidence
of progress and under our system of
free trade your foundryman is perfectly
welcome to telegrams found in the New
York Sun. Jsaj- tt, him that he is as
welcome to them as your are to my lead
ing editorials. It docs me very proud
to see such an offshoot of the Suu in the
great west for the Sun shines for all.
This leads me to submit a proposition
of mutual advantage to us' both; piu
back your cars and listcu;let us combine
our circulation; mid cur circulation, to
yours and publish it at the head of your
columns; send us yours that we may add
it to ours. The.-e blessctl advantages of
irc,i ,r;l'c' --""ul ' lc Jotiu 1 to our advan-
! t-ie ill circulation as well a.
'. ? V
i !al w.OJfK: , "P'f t??
! V' "h:1 y ! he
i the interest or tree trad
In reply to your picsli.ei as
le let lile. sur
ges! lay low and fatten yourself for a
great denouement.- We are '-linked at
11st," yomself, H-nry Watter.-on ami
myself. Your acce.-sion to coinpaaion
s!dp with Henry and myself has long
be-.n my desire and let me add in cx
prosive 1 inguige I learned in the west,
'we have the world by the pants."' W c
arc not to be fooled with. Your plea to
be "expedited'' will receive the atten
tion of the Cobden club at the'r next
meeti sg. In the meantime, slan-1 oiF
-v";"' i"1."1, rS I'a.v you loundryman ami
H'i iy latest . ..itorials; thc-y
are t,xct'h'-,Rt '',yv fur your reatlers.
, C jias. A. Dana.
Xew York, May Mh.
This morning Judge Pound fenleticed
Maud Lniary, the doubtful virgin, to
pay a fine of -3.00 and costs of prose-
illtlLll Ullil 1 .u 1 10 l.Vliknr.il i r l.1 -t--m
1 ".uuvii Hini vf.. 1 111 : 'i 1. ihilii in ijiurii
i.t... ..... ..1 ,,t ,l ,
ltiii t in i ivi 1 1 1. i'n 01 1 i l v tiiij a
and forty nights. At the expiratiou of
whieli time we hope the Hood gates of
her wrath will be closed and the "dove"
wiil come forth ia s;-.trch of the olive
liranci, or peace and lire bow of promise
, n(1 rt.flril,I w5!1 l)C 8l.cn j., the 'pky in
(llC m- lbnrho0(l of thc. Emary resi.
The jury in case of the Slate vs.
Mrs. Moore, brought in a verdict of
guilty, but up to this writing the
court has passed no sentence.
The court has been engaged today in
the trial of Andrew .Jackson Clapp,
iudicttd last May for horse stealing.
The Maudlin Mud Mill on Main
sdieet makes a vague attempt to say
something nice of the saloon-keepers,
and yets behind the Hr:itiJi to do it.
The IIekaM) has never intimated that
the saloon keepers of Plattsmouth were
opposed to law and order, but on the
other hand has said that the saloon in
terests of the city were in exceptionally
good hands. The Journal feels called
upon to say something, and the IIeh
Ai.n's suggestions fill, the bill, so it re
iterates them, then dodges back be
hind a comparison of the saloon keen- j
rs with a rnun who worries them ter
ribly because he could be secretary of
a temperance meet'nj. while thc Jour
nal occupied a back seat.
frTnllTncry ine, to which ihcy 'Ycsln"
to call and "X?SgZl
elsewhere. Fancy goods P
Cap!. Fainter came in from Imteln
tllniley Huku ictunu d fromLincc'n
Dr. Hamilton Meade was called to
Louisville hist evening to uttend a pa
tient. Dr. . W. Clattei one of the bailiils in
the district court went to Louisville hist
night to subpoena witnesses.
Conductor (Jayle, and II. M. IJush
nell, of the Mkhai.o, returned from
their Denver trip this morning.
Hon. II. C. Drown, Hie Ashland at
torney and special examiner for the
pension ollice, is in attendance at court
.J. (. Shannon has gone over among
the Ilawkeyes to maLe glad their
hearts by introducing his patent line
.Mrs. Win. Vah ntim.- went to Louis
ville this morning to vi.-it her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Shryoek, and will iciurninja
couple of weeks.
Mrs. I O'Donohoe and family, sister
of .1 udge (J'Donohoe, of this city, re
tuined to Ulair tliis morning, after
visiting in this city for :;ome weeks.
('apt tin I.uils, the skipper of the
transfer boat " Vitre-l'residentt" located
at Nebraska City, is in the city to-lay,
having some ivp iir-i iM'ide at the ma
LI, l'otb-r, genera! managrr of the
(.'., iJ. 1 i., pas:-ed through the city
this morning ia his own private c;ir, en
route for Denver on business conueut
id with railroad matters.
lii:; appearance of their property.
M is. Hal linger, wife of our genial)
! :lI,tl I'o! i te " Colal UCt (U'
D llllllgi r, who
has lately become an addition to the
elite of so'-iety of H113 cily, went to
Omaha this morning to make calls.
Frank .'ihk-kley, assistant supciin
tei.t'ent of construction of V. V. Tele
graph, a ceusin of Con. li tllard's, spent
last night in the city, on his way to
Lead vi He. where he goes to build some
new telegraph lines.
C. W. Corel 1 and T. H. Stevenson, at
torneys of Nebraska Cit-, came in last
evening t'J attend court but returned
again this morning on account of the
criminal docket occupying the atten
tion of the court and jury.
J. W. Burns and (itorge Fairfield
went to Omaha this morning to ar
range transportation for the govern
ment surveying party who will be iu
command of (Jen. Fairfield and Col.
Pitcher. The expedition is expected
to start sometime during the coming
J. M. McNamara, advance agent of
Ilaverly's Comic Minstrels, was in the
city last evening ami made arrangements
with Manager Young to have them ap
pear at the opera house on Saturday
night the 19 inst. Xo one should fail
to see them.
Capt. X. M. Tindell, agent for the
Ottumwa Plow Co., was in the city
looking after the interests of that es
tablishment. Mr. T. is a boyhood
friend and uoon companion of M. II.
Murphj'. Mike says once their hail
was I lack, but now it is white, indica
tive of the purity of conscience void
Mrs. J. M. Patterson returned home
this morning from Washington county.
Pa., where she has been visiting rela
tives and friends. .Mrs. P. expresses
herself a.s highly pleased with her visit
among the scenes of her childhood, but
is glad to return again to Plattsmouth,
where she will be highly welcomed by
her many friends.
Ilaverly's minstrels opened last
night. The opera house was crowded
with a brilliant audience, many people
being present who would patronize no
minstrel entertainment other than that
which Mr. Ilaverly's name, as mana
ger, guarantees to bs not only of the
highest order of artistic excellence,
but entirely free from anything that
could be construed as offensive. Mr.
Ilaverly's motto of everything new
was indeed fully carried out. We will
not attempt to individualize, but will
simply say comedians, musicians and
artists in general eclipse any thing in
the line of minstrel shows that has
ever traveled. They keep the entiiej
audience iu roars of laughter from be- i
ginning to end, and a happier or more
ph-aspd gathering never left a theatre.
The hot weather has arrived, but
none too toon for the enterprising firm
of Halt A Co. They have recently
Tiiaced in the:r meat market two very
commodious and well arranged re
frigerators, one vc-rv largo, one for
quarters, aud the other for steaks and
smaller cuts. The boys are bound to
keep 'up with the times, nnd if
courteous treatment and good goods
ere an- inducement, they will get their
sh ire of trade.
Parmelc & At wood were engaged
yesterday at Cedar Creek branding
cattle. They have removed their
1 1 ere fords to Will Murray's, he having
purchased a third interest in them.
They were offered i?-"00 the other dav
for a seven months old calf, which lney
refused. Fine cat tic are getting to be
appreciated by the farmers of old Cass.
A new wooden trough has been put in
on the south side of Main street at th
crossing of Fifth to carry thc water lrom
the street into the creek.
The citv clerk turned over to the
cily treasuicr to-da3 the 86,000 for
saloon licenses, and the school fund re-
The pay car made its appeanmce this
afternoon and distributed the "iilthv" to
thc railroad bovs.
Please remember that for the next
CO days von can get great bargains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I must
reduce rav stock in those lines, with
out fail. Gtdtf j Jos. V. WlXKUACir.
Paities wishing to attend the races
at Lincoln, May 13th to 20th, return
tickets will be sold .at this ollice ilay
13th to 19!h, inclusive, for one fare
and a fourth, good to return May 21.
Jr. Latham, Agent.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds receive
daily by Bonnet & Lewis. . 2t
hav taken a vacation. Uood-by. 0,
1 boys, well see you biter. Jom"'v r
Ailvcrtisi-nif-nt iinilcr tliis hcal, three cent"
pi-r line each luxa tion.
Wni KKNT A fanii.
Apply at this oilier.
IO It KKNT A k'"I Iniii-e In good location
in tlitx elty. Hi'
juiit; nf II. K. l'alnn i- or
J. W. .JruiuiiK.
IOi: SAI.K Olil pap.-rs for sale at this ollU-e
at 4l rciiti p'-r liumlreit or 5 cents per iloz
SAI.K - Four lots toLi'tlier In uaoil loca
tion iu this city, lii'iuln; at this ollicu If
A eikkI soija watcs tcencrator can
niiiht elieai). Will L'ivc choice le-
tveci a laite: anil small hum. terms ami price
made Known on application. "lit
.SMI I'll & III.AI K r.UOS.
OII.VD-A folding key in a railroad coach in
thin city. Dnin-r can liail it at this ollice.
IO I' NI) -A Inii'ch of Uev ' on 'hi hj;o avenue
Ivvner can ri'i same liy calling at ihisol
lice and paying lor tliis notice. -171 f.
tt'ANTICD To rent a finall. neat house con-
t ;i 1 j 1 1 1) lt three or live roiaiis. ! or snitahle
;ood jiriee p:e
Ireuire u this ol-
tl'ANTKll A fjooil conk wantfd at Sladel
iiiann's restaurant, either man or woman.
None but a tiit-clas cook need apply. 5lil tf
r A-Ti:i) .lohn Itauer has leased Ihe Stohl
' man place, corner of 71 h and N ine, ami is
prepai'd In accommodate lln; puhlic in t!i"
way ol lioai'din and lodyinji hy Uu- wei-k i-r
IVAN T! D A ra-.i-elass eoor. a- the
Kestaurant. IJiumI mwcs.-iik: ste
To whom it may com
Notice is hereby givvn th ii en ,!. 4th
day of Mat, A. D. ISSU, I liii d il'i the
oily council of the city o! I'iattsinoutli,
Ca-s county, Nel'iaska, an application io
sell m :!t,spiritoiis and vinous liipiors for
medicinal, met hanieal and chemical
purposes iu the third ward of said city.
J. M. IIoilKIiTS.
. re. e.s oc
l'i itt.imoaiii, May -ith,
i'ctfi'san liids. Sell
liest sugar tiired hams at Im.
.Best breakfast bacon at lie.
IJcst shoulders 11c.
Ilest dried-beet loc.
lleautify the homes of the living and
dead. I will be in Plattsmouih -May
0th, from 10 until 2 o'clodk. with a
load cf home grown, fresh dug ever
greens, io variety, iu prime order for
planting. My motto; Low prices,
good stock, quick pales.
L. A. Williams,
(ilen wood, Iowa
Mrs. Johnson & Swcncy arc now re
ceiving all the latest styles in Hats, Bon
nets, Flowers, lips, Kihbons, &.C., in the
millinery line, to which Ihey invite all
to call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. Fancy goods at cost. d-lOml
tfixth street, between Main and Pearl,
Plattsmouth, Xebr. Relit ted and com
fortably furnished. Uoard by the day
or week. Meals 23 cents. Board by
week at r asonable rates. House com
fortably nnd pleasantly situated. Give
me a call. .S. Wi:avi::;, Proprietor.
Wanted. Everybody to Know
That after this date I will sell my en
tire Etock of carpets, consisting of
foftv-three diliereut desirable patterns
AT'rillSIE COST. fall and ex
amine. Jo;. V. WKKKJiAcn.
May Sth, ISS.i 61 dtf
Iiremner's Crackers at Stadlcma n's.
The largest supply of hams, bacon'
and all kinds of meats, in the city to
be lou ml at Ilatt & Co. o-l-dtf.
l.Tc Villi Sell Any ftoods at
I"riccs lieltnv Tliose ijuoletl by
W. J. WARKIC'K.
Asky our grocer for Premner's Crack
ers cverv lime. Take no other.
Prices to the Fairy Queen Opera at
Waterman's opera house Thursday and
Friday evenings, arc:- (Jallery 2oc,
admission Jloc, reserved seats 50c.
A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. K.
Cabbage and tomato plants for sale by
Bennett & Lewis. 2t
Urcmuer's Crackers at Hansen's.
CJo to J. I. Yo. ijs's Tor your
cj-c;ii:j soda water, mead and
barcia Ieer otily 5c per glass.
Premner's Crsckers at Baker's.
A new line of line dress goods cou
sistir.g- of the latest styles and patterns
.just received at Wcckbach's. S-lCti'
Crackers at Bennett it
Ladies, your special attention is called
to the new line of dress goods just
received at Wecklrach's. 23dtf
Bremner's Crackers at Wirekbach's.
It will pay you to read Wise's eol
limn in this paper, you may lind ju
what you want. " - " SDti
Reserved seals for the Fairy Queen
Opera entertainment now on sale at J.
lotatoe plants at Bennett &
. ,f The Wonderer."
The above is the name of a 5c ciarAi
of which Phil Young has just receive d
o.OuO, and they h re warranted long
filler, and the best 5c cigar ev ry sold
in Plattsmouth, they are made" by one
of the largest cigar mantifa ciories in
thc Cnited States, and one that has a
world-wide reputation for putting up
.V . I. strictly first-class goods. This
ae igar is equal in quality to a great
many 10c cigar sld in this city.
If you don't believe the quality o
these cigars, give them a trial, jind
assure you that you will sino ke n
Our Urcro .IIU)E flFIDS
de-riiiiner tiic' kelmblt Seerii
Is Stalled life to All. Wc
nffr th" l.nlerl Jnrtt.r I..
in-sl. Kll'l lh lie-it Coilcrltmt t-1 Vcr..r-hl..
I'A-i-r I : r.j. .....I 'I'pa uvr 1- .1 ,
AU.lreal t'OLE A 1JB, t-Cmiava. CtLLA. IO WaJ
The Vl:;ska. the best and most con
igerator in the market.
.1. It. Cot.
State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago.
Will HnH prpai. t. mny arfdr
. for losJ, AM fMth'A, kfira.inK
I of luUimnU, S ul If, C)s belB,
IPompooa. EiianWu. C.p-1 urn
St. ids. Dram Maior tWf mod
ti.G. Sitmrr tond Ihnrjta. Kanmi
mmti-um lor Amtiif mu. ud . Muuni'
Crayon and Feocil.
ells all fsl.00 rejai-atioi:s :it 7.V.
AVanier'a Iv. A: L. cure . . I (l
Lead at 5.-5
per double roll
Uniwns .8 .IS
( Jilts 75 -
Favor Id 111 with a call, you will al
ways Jind his prices as low as the low
est. E RNSTWA GNER
- - AND
SU E R I STENDENT
I'laiis and SpeeiJiiMt h-ns will li ear.-lull y
cuniiil eiit. and i'ull iLttenliiMi will he ;;iven sis
to safety au.t tUuahiiity.
U Oil, Wafer Colors , Craven paid IVnciI.
Oltici over Solomon Nathan's store. Main St
For Sale !
: E , Sec. 3, T. lif, K. 13.
IS lii Ibec. o, i. 1 ) 1. 13.
S. W. -, Sec. 3, T. 12, 11. 13.
and X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, li.
m S. AV. Sec. 34, T. 13, li.
E, Lot 10, Jjlock 2S.
S 1, 9,
Tiie .above descrihed farms arc
for sale on long time, with 7 per
cent, inteuot. Apply to
K. li. ix'dkam,
9tf riattsmoutli, Xeb.
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this ollico and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended lo on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing we elo make a
specialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several fine farms and
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they new pay lor house- rent.
" Space forbids giving but a 6mall
percentage of the bargains now on the
books at this agency; vc name the
Six choice half acre lots, 8 niinuiw
froin lt. II. shops, at from $80 to $150
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say he did not own
a house. Come and 6ce, you arc not
compelled to buy and we wont? give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
Five acre lot mile from city for
250 part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from cily
for $550 this is extra line.
I have three pieces of outside prop
erty which I can sell and under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground and you thc work,
work is what hurts me." If you will
do the work at a fair price I "will give
you a clear deed for the laud; if you
can't do the woric come and sec me, I
may lind some one who will elo it lor
Ten acres for 500 00
" " " 600 00
" " ". 750 00
" " " 2500 00
Several small tracts well improved j
and adjoining the city, for sale at j
reasonable fates. j
FA KM LANDS. j
40 acres, wild $ (J00 00 !
fsO " improy'd 1600 00
120 " " 2000 00
1G0 " 5000 00
200 " G200 00
240 " " G000 00
Finest stock farm in Cass county
lG000, long time and low rate ot in
terest. U'0 acres, wild $2500
1C0 " 2810
80 " 1200
80 " " 3200
1C0 acres, wild, Hep. V'y (cash) $1000
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (cheap)$100
X. 6th street (line)
o k ij:,.: 11:11
IJ " " Washington avc"
1 " "1 bl'k from lain st extra
Improved city real estate in abnn
elauce. I can lind what you want in
this line if yon will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will be
asked six inmnlis hence.
Stores and dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you elou't s:e what you want
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you wan.
Ollice open nearly every evening from
Good new house and-two fine lots
in good location price, SS00.
W. S. WISE,
IM ever TJn clersolcl,
Still undersells tiny 01 hi competitor,, by 'J." p r cent. IteusoiiM why, he hai
been aM old VxpcrseiH cd ( 'lot hierevcr cilice 1H.11, know s how to
buy, pays no rents an I buys for ca"h.
Remember tlio Twcnty-Fivcj Vrt Cent. Saved
sa i:d i;v 1 n 1 y 1
d.-. "I'l-i ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i?s Kir., at
any oflmr house in tlio
A I so u
tit prices lo defy coin eliu
TO THE CITIZE2TS
Knowing' that yon realize;
six months we have
to be reduced to '-living and let live" prices. "We announc
that we will not be undersold, and will duplicate any price
quoted by our competitors, which are but a small advance
over wholesale juices, from which it faint idea may bo gain
ed of the enormous profit at which goods have been sold
and the prices imposed upon tbe consuming public.
'We sell at a small profit, and expect to build our trade
on good goods and low prices, and parties wanting any
thing in the
will do well to get out
over buving in Chicago Or
HARRIS & UNRUH,
PUR1TITUEE f C0FFI1TS,
and all klral of goods usually kept in a
FIIIMT CliAMN Fl'HXITl'HK K TO ICS-: i
Also, a very complete i-tock of Funeral (ioods.
OurXewaml elant liearse in a! way f Jn
Piemember the place, in IJXION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Casa Coun
Whear we may be found niKht onlay.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
This beautiful three story brick structure, ou
lower Maid street, lias just been finished atd
fitted up for thc accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN !
A Good Bar ,B eonne&: Uh,he
87tf. v. - FRED GOO?, Propr.
n ; of him.
I will continue lo sell
i.owki: riMi i:s
of CASS COUNTY
thc fact that within tlielant
caused the prices of
will save 3 011 mone
soils the; j list! v celcbrcdat KUSSELL
whicli embodies a!l thc best features
of which art is master. Its excel-
cloiK-e is recognized by tbe
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Boson of the best hand
spun linen. The lit and workman
ship unexcelled. .Made to ordea and
RKTL'KX KVERY SHIRT that
does not please you.
FOR SALE BY
C. JU. Wescott,
EXCLUSIVE AG EXT,
A. II. KELLER, 211. G. 9t. O.
rilAUMACY AND MEmCIKIE,
Offloa In Perry's drug storeopponite tbe Per
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