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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1883)
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Oils, Paint;, JJki :mu;s,
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rillKMAX FI ND, of nlifornia
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ARCHITECTURAL W UK A
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r..:riO't .iit. ani! fi:".I atl''n. 'ii iil ! i
to s.t'oiy t!ur.;iiiii.
in .' W'ffr fc'.-JK. Crayon ai:d line
OBteeovrr Solomon i Nat'.!.:n'- ti-re. AJ
A fine I.I sr. or
KEERSCHAD AND BRIAR Pi PES
OF DIUFXT IJirtJltTATXi:--
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
f S tally iu.vUe for Uie retail triiUc v'.y. at
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory
Will 1!UV and "illLL all kindd of
V.'ill advance xa..n?y on all
on lower ?l..in street.
Oi'foiiie The Old Due liiiih'inj.
IM.i-tai. e.th. IM
st. 1v.l 41 'f.
CALL AT THE
B. A. WATBRHAH & MISSES
IMin;e3.e ah 4 l:an I-iIr i.i
Fourth if-.ret. ii "ri-artcf. i -ri Jtoi .
PLA.TTSMOI7TH. - NEIJI'A rTA
This beautiful three story liick structure, c.-.
lower Maid street. lia- Ju-t beea tnisheil :t'.i l
flltd up for tlic acaomrn jJatin of
Tli A PHI EXT V U STOKE US.
EVERY THIN& NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar ,B COB'r,,u lh
JAll.V AND WKKKLY
Piaitoiii Kurald PaWisliins Co,
h C ly l'1' "litV J t Ki Hail Aiy Tin)'!
U-i!'. . 'lie K.wiu Kiisjiirci Ji-
. ry, lcishi! -ih Caul) K'., f'Uit!i p;i'.
J i L. STONE,
Notico to Advertisers.
') fr itWnlay ailvcrtisciio'iitH or
III ;l'lvcrtl-"lll-ljt lit tint ! ll.UHltMl
iu to i lie
busmen dflU'i' not l:tM-r lli.ni 10 a. . of the
t.ty in w incli tlir :ue to tie tusi rti-d. .y
for pay I.k-hIh ami Sh--I:i1 nolicci mu-t lie
ii..ulf'l Hi liefoita . in. -ii-li ilay to in -in re in
sert loii. J! M. 1SCHII.NKI.L..
.. Salisbury, EXntlbt.
0'i r one hundred and scvoniy-fivo
i vt-il Ma s won- lukcn lor Lli Pci-
KiiiH n- tutc at i.otm to-day.
Ami 'iini't yu forget, it, reserved
.;ii.s t r I: -.veny's minstrels go Oil
su'e ! .i" i.' V, Win iiK'sday morning,
at J. 1. Young's.
i :. j . . ..t.,; uv r ;t'i elopement
cent It i-t-rtii ri d there, the lea-,-i.n-tf:
.- l''!.!i; :t prominent p'
: nd . w il cmnected lady. The
U n t i f to lliti uvt patches in
p:! :, it will be noticed that
KToiin was not a spring
I.; :, a lull grown thorough
T'-'l, ilia! r.-trieii ciaiii aim ueairuu
to ail that it came in contact
Lii I'lTk'H.- v.iJl :it!y Ureal ho 1 C
a I'K.iiM.oiitii audience, to-niht,
..-.j I'.i.i"-- 'iie 1-iXMtliiiig ;:hibitiou
ii.. -y :iy a 'Uiri to ih- pdp!e cal-
:t iiti'ti io toluci; laiilitci, il" nt
l ii"!-i i, t' ,.-. ii nut lciu.- cni scit, if not
(f - -s .-onit'il.iiij elsf, if uot b'.micihiiig
t i; r p ier luui.d I'lj.irlty JSkiuut-r
!ui!v t-'i'a;:'-!! on the (iod'us.H of
I.ihi-My ho was trying to joli-h her off,
alrl IMjiJ'ii It'll :tt .! t 111 T f!:t:i-K 1 H'l l t?
- har.l. Sk'nmr cm lc found in his
ji.-t nt itji :i S:,i-iii.:i:kcr?s premiM'8
t;;i-lv tj pi'!i-ti ;;i:y and al! iicd of
W :rk ;ii .: .-t vlo.
is, siipcrinlciitlt'iit tele
L linos, is in the city
::ltor things a litlU",
.it tlie IIi:kai.i t:ikcs
in i polling the fact
is mo:i lo undergo a
..vaiii'i), and reinodcl
l.fjrapli ollice is to he
1 n fuinished, and in
.' dej-ot will be jjiven a
Kin ling pain ted inside
ll-.-ot'r. put in, i tc.
a : .
: I ;
pfi-;; 1 o
:i:.il out. n
gr.ii!u:itin ei reives of
i cluss, the first LliK.g of
: held iu Platlsuiotitn.
! tLdlilj:! cliv
j I : k'id . t
rtTiiifTi than ordinary
class consists of seven
t-st ;ii..t most attractive
who have labored faith-
ot our lO;;:
fulr ai;d studiously during the past
je.t t? c-.i ij fie the course laid down,
r.ec'..s uy in graduation. Prof. Drutn-m-):!l
by prr;s;e.it labor und untiring
energy U.ih tuiuced the work to a
system, and raised the standard of the
schools until the public schools of
Plattsmouth rank .second of all the
schools in the state. The programme
for Friday evening consists of orations,
e3i.is, declamations, vocal and instru
mental music and the presentation of
diplomat, an 1 on excellent opportunity
wi'l bo jdlo. hd to t.he public to see
and jii!?" for themselves of the work
iti.t: Ims been done and the progress
ih-.il L:ts b: ;i made.
il.v,-c;ly Famous Minstrels opened
j wi .Ji ;ta ami -nee that packed the large
j ;!.;;:: v- bt evening. The loud ap
j p! m. -e ,::;.-d to tt;e feeiingof appnv
;i i?i : tl;;C ;hrob3 for minstn ly in
1 !i" e i..i:i;.ii heart. The conspicuous
re? of riginrility iu the tirst part
!iM ii: r j - duct-ion of opera music
I :.i t'i.ice of clieap sentimental bal
j "i-.ils tliMt ti tve so loig trembled un-
f lt..- Mitly i.ito the ear. This is a good
! ci-iii end 'i erp;ire many good voices
i at; i v..!l trained chorus. Theselec-
; were iven with good effect.
, iiie I:j?ht c:i'.r of songs was resigned
i t;. :'; fnni wd men. In the matter
' ot j.jl'.-s tb- Famjus minstrels deal
! i.; if in oiigisiriliiy than any company
f 'ir;. innati (ia.t-tte.
Police Court Notes.
A1. rjcztcT., an old ofTender in police
t: -:-!.'. was ;:p tins morning tor
i i !:r5;:!,!f l.-." peace. A. Kearus was
j security -. hi.? appearance, to the
j ,i--");i!it of iH'i. Tt" tria! proce'ded
r with the t XH.niaatum of Kd.Jtoss. the
pi Os ecu Mil,; witness. Ross said Sex-
leu roiiowe i mm aa iin-a 10 picK a
f :js- r. it h h;:r), but he told Sexton he
Y'u!.lii't libl. Here the defeudant
put i:i a few questions, claiming that
i - a- ..ii. jt . i. a i : . . - r i-. rffc
I 1 .ilS'i I U iOllIil, III1U II'! -J-)'l,ll"
limits. Quite a
you did and you
!'h court ciU'jil ?. halt, and excised
iLf vif?iis -;.
.'itC- ;d ! xt !:stiifd: he appeared
io l-i- :l;e bovs, and was willing
t" d w!iv.t could tc help his friend
vir. 11- ii i he was with Sexton
;:!1 dav, and did not even
,s drinking, until the mar
s':;:! took ! "'d of him and thieatened
io i. itsL hiid. This was a poser for
?h" man:'.-:?, who proposed a recess
: li- w. af.ei thi city attorney.
-. ' -ii :r.? viitcd to by t he court and
crow. I tLcrtil the prisoner step-
i ping dowi: !--uo the sid-walk for a 1 it
t-e frer-h . ir, a:id doubtless noticing
j ibe !'r:en.l!v aiitl enticing appearauce
! t:.-5 Iow: ldnfTs wear at ibis time
of ' he year, was immediately possessed
1 v. i!';i a:i n;.- ontro'able longing to bask
, :n Hie sylvnn sb.ades of the free com-
i laOtiWf.iiih across the river, so he beat
:ib3ty retreat to the foot of Main
j r-tr'.'t. where lie found a skiff, into
! which he ..ropped, heading for the eaft
j with a Ha'itn stroke born of despera
I tiou, he soon tut the Missouri river
between him and bi& captivators.
When the facts were made known
the court wore a decidedly hungry and
disappointed look, and the marshal,
well, he proposed the bondsman should
shell out, but Uncle Kwirns said he
couldn't pee it, as he didn't agree to
ho'd the fellow a week. .
As it i9. however, the city is' rid of
a bad citizen, and the saloons lose one
of their best customer. The matter
i t-l ' l- 1 . '! ! I !
Tin; city council nu t in regular sca
fion lust Vveiiiivr, with President Mur
phy in the chuir. Al.' present but Muy
. i Sii'i'h.
Tli" minutes of the hint regular meet
ing mid i he several cull meetings were
read ard approved,
'I'! i jift'tion of Andrew Kein for li
cmisc to Kelt lnalt, cj.iriKitis und viaotis
li.inr in Pbittpni'iuth wa-i rehd nnd re
fV rieil to the liccii.se committee
A petition of cUiens to fill up n por
tion of the creek left opi n w here it
ehaned in the street adjoining lfts 4
nnd Ti in block 12 in Hayes' addition was
read aud r.frrred to the committee on
strefts, alleys and bribes.
The petition ot Robt. Sherwood tit-king
he board to take notne fiction in 'e
g'tril to protection from the creek on
Filth street where he ia erecting a new
build'ng was read and referred to the
committee on streets, alleys and bridges
with power to advertise for and receive
bids for the work to he done, on the
plns and specifications of the city en
gineer which thy a'rr ad y have.
A mm inimical inn from I he flredepart
nvnt inri lat'ou o their Bab ry for thnyear
l.e dnning May 1 'H2 and ending May 1
'H'.l was r.-ad nnd refmred to the coin
mi tee on fire and water.
The following bills woe referred to
the finance coin in it tee.
Marshall Mridgrs. nicht watch
J. V'. Jennings, certificates. . .
Henry f!erhohl, work on Pearl
Street : . . .
A Mc Fail field
0. H Mr-i'in
C. W. Sherman, printing
M A. Hart i?nn, citv attorney
SI 0 00
The report of the chief of police re
garding the city licenses, duties of
night polieo, etc., was read. The. chief
asked for instructions regarding
piird. cleaning alleys, licenses, etc.,
and also made a slatement regarding
the uniforms, slating that the force
would supply themselves with uni
forms if the city would furnish bat
tons, caps ap.d belts. Councilman
Lehnhrff moved that the eit furnish
cans. de . which inoion prevailed.
Moved bv PouneiJinan Lehnhof? and
carried, that the chief of police be in
structed to enforce the ordinance and
order to clean Hp the streets and al
leys. Councilurm Morrison moved that
the city clerk be instructed to make
nut receipts for all licenses required in
the city and place them in the hands
of the chief of police and that he be
instructed to collect the same and give
the cl-rk's receipt therefore, which
motion was carried.
Councilman Morrison moved that
the chief of police be instructed to as
certain a good ol ace for a pound and
report at the next meeting of the coun
cil, which motion prevailed
The street commissioner s report was
nceived, and on motion was icferred
to the finance committee.
Citv treasurer's report was received
and referred to the finnace committee.
The police judge's report for the last
year was received and referred to the
The finance committee reported back
the following claims, which were al
lovve.i, an 1 the clerk nrdered to draw
warrants od the Special License Tax
fund for the same :
Mr-. Roba Whit, wood $13 50
P. McCmu. work on contract 08 00
Henry Cierhold, work on stroels. 10 00
The peliiion ot residents in Young
& Haves' addition for the opening of
the allev in block 28, was reported back
bv the committee on streets alleys and
bridges, with the recommendation that
the praver bo gauted, which, on mo
. The petition to close all alleys run
ning north and south iu Yonug &
Haves' addition was reported back to
the" same committee, with the recom
mendation that the same be not allowed,
which report, on motion, was adopted.
Mr. Ambrose Patterson was present
and stated to the council that lie suffer
ed damages by reasou of the water
flooding hiin. running down Sixth street
from Maia. and overflowing the side
walk, on account of the incapacity of
the drainage to carry it off. Councilman
Fairfield moved that, the matter be re
ferred to the committee on streets, al
leys and bridges, with power to act.
Councilman Fairfield mivcd that the
street commissioner be instructed ta
put in a culvert on Twelfth street, bet.
Courtland and "Walnut, which motion
On motion the council adjourned.
Wm. Shafer vs. Jacob Falter, et. a?.
Trial to the court. The court finds
the defendants have legal title to
the premises in dispute, and entitled to
the possession of the same. Plaintiff
gave notice of demand for another
trial. Judgment set aside and new-
trial ordered. Jas. S. Mathews appears
for Shafer, Wheeler & Vanatta for
David Wotnlaid and 1. C. Yeoraans
against Frank Mickle, on trial to jury;
Smith, Srrode & Clark for plaintiffs,
A. Beeson for defendant.
Eliza Ilennessy against Peter and
Eden McCann; judgment against El
len McCann lor 8200. Sullivan &
Wooley for plau.tiff, Smith, Strode
and I5ee?on for defendants.
C. S Goodrich against "Weeping
Water Bank ; Judgment againtt de
fendant for 'j;5.70. Each party to pay
his own costs; J. B. Mickle for plain
tiff. liu-hey Bros against W. R. Chit
tenden et al.; judgment for plaintiff
and order of sa!e of premises; Strode
&, Clark for plaintiff
Y. A. Wilson & Co. against Sewell
S. Reed end Byron Wannan; judg
ment for plaintiff; garnishee ordered
to pay 125 dollars in the court with
in '20 days on said judgment; Gibson
fc Meikle foi plaintiffs, lloldcman &
Morrison for defendants.
Wise & Clark to LaPlatte duck hunt
ing groLndj, Dr.
Afril 12, 1S83.
ll. IL Fare - ...3 80
A munition 1.00
Time, 1 dav two lawyers :.. 4.00
St. Jacobs Oil 1.00
Flannel bandages,. 50
Freight on baggage 59
By one tealduck 50
Balance due 8.30.
Now in the hands of Sheriff Hyers
Eli Perkins will arrive this even-
in;' at 7:30 from Emerson, where he
110 AUD OP TRADB.
Their Meeting List Krenluf.
The board of trade met last evening
at the court house under the call of the
president witli the following present:
V Carrruth.II lioeck, A W McLaughlin.
F (iordir, R li Windham, A B Todd, C
W Sherman, F S White, J W Johnson,
J N Wise, J V Wick bach, P R (JutK
man, II M Rushnell, "W S Wise.
Minutes ot two previous meetings
read aud approved.
Mr. Wiudliam, chairman of the com
mittee on the diagonal railroad fechemc
reported the work done by thtm result
ing in the organization of the Platts
mouth &, Southwestern railroad. He
alsD sj.oko of the feasibility of the liuo
and the tncoumgiug outlook there
seemed to be ' for the building of the
Mr. Chapman who was present with
the board aud who in company with
Mr. Carruth haa been over the proposed
line of the Plattsmouth & Southweslcra
railroad was called upon aud spoke con
cerning the feeling along the line of
the proposed road. Mr. Chapman algo
reported upon his trip to Iowa to con
fer with the diagonal railroad people.
On motion the report of Mr. Wind
ham wan received und commltteo was
Hills of 3 P. Holloway, janitor,
$4.75, IIkkai.d Publishing Co. $5, and
railroad commit tee for expense incurred
$5-i.G0, r ad and referred to the board of
Applications of S. G. Perry for mem
bership recommended by A. W. Mc
Laughlin and II. M. Bushnell, also ap
plication of fJeo. H. HIack for mem
bciship recommended by F. R. Gutli
man, and also application of Peterson
Dro3. lor membership reco nmended by
F. Carruth and II. M. fiushucll were re
ceived aod referred to the committee on
On motion the special railroad com
mittee were given unlimit ?d power to
' continca their work under endorsement
of the board.
After which the board adjourned.
Mr. Jno. Fitzgerald
is in the citv
A. li. Smith and Lafe Gilmore went
wet this morning to McCook.
Mrs. O. S. Johnson went to Nebraska
City this morning.
Dave Woodward, Dan Johnson and
Geo. Zjegler of Weeping Water, are
taking in the metropolis to day.
S. G. Owens, bank examiner, of
Lincoln, is civorting around Platts
Sile Greenslate came down from
Elm wood to day.
Ernst Wagner, the architect, went
to Columbus this morning to make
estimates on a building there for J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mavfield, of
Louisville, are in the city to-day.
Mrs. Dr. Ilobbs returned to h?r home
at Elmwood this morning, after a
week's visit among friends and rela
tives in the city.
Joe, Robinson, cashier of the Com
mercial bank at Weeping water, is in
the city to-day attending court.
Billy Meikleof Hatch & Meikle,
Weeping Water, is in attendance
at the district court to-day.
Gen. Joe. Connor and wife went to
Ashland this morning to spend a few
G. W. King, of Weeping Water,
brother-in-law of Sheriff liters, passed
through the city last evening on his
way to Manitau, 111., to attend the
funeral of his mother, whose death we
Avoca, Neb., May 14, 1S83.
Ed. Herald: It continues cold and
farmers complain of corn rotting in
the ground. Squirrels are unusually
bad too, this spring.
John Kraft is buying hojfs at this
place. He will ship two car loads to
morrow. Norton & Day are putting in a stock
of farm implements here.
Mat. Stallord is a pa now. It's a ten
Shep. Cauuou of Weeping Water is
in town toilay.
Miss Emma Coatman has opened a
Our bridge has been fixed up la gooJ
shape, new planks and side railiugs.
Ex-Senatr TeSt's new house is a
daisy in its extrior appearance. It - is
paiuled in color known as Milwaukee
J. Marquardt s new residence is Jen
closed and will soon be ready t occupy.
J. E. Beatly's new house will soouf be
H, rC. Hinntrs is back again from
Wisconsin with his new bride, accom
panied and welcomed by the best wish
es of all,hc bought out Gant fc House r's
stuck ot general merchandise, and also
B. B. Col man's lot and residence.
Tne Avoca Bank has placed a Hall's
time lock on (heir bank safe, instead
of the Greenleaf & Sargent's, which
came on the safo.
Mr. Bogard will carry the mail 'be
tween this point and Factory yille aud
Mt. Pleasant, instead of J. R. Quinton,
Our I. O. G. T. is iu a flourishing
condition. They meet every Friday
Three boys belonging to prominent
citizens of Weeping Water, were dis
covered here one day last week by A.
Smith, to be fully prepared for an ad
venturous trip to parts unkuowu. Am.
telegraphed to their parents, and wa3
in receipt of an anwcr in a short time,
stating ibat he should hold them under
arrest until the morning's train, and
ship them home ojrain. Their absenac
caused some anxiety, but their return
made things O. K. " II. N. C.
Citizens of Flattsineath.
lucre win be a caiieu meetiujr to-
morrow eveninsr at tne court house
make arrangements for the entertain-
inentofthe editorial excursion, which
reaches this city from tne east on the
24th inst. A full attendance of all is
desired that Plattsmouth may properly
receive ner visitors.
Geo. S Smith, and ethers.
To-morrow, "Wednesday morning,
reserved seats for Haverly's minstrels
go on sale at J. P. Young's. Go early
and 8 ecu re good seats. Everybody
knows that JSaverly'a attractions are
Either tramps or burglars attempted
to break into the bouse of Mr. Allen
Beeaou last night. Mr. Uctson hearing
them at the window got up and in get
ting his shooting iron made a slight
noise which frightened them away. Ho
fays that trouble won't occur again and
and that the invader of hU domicile
will get it right through the window
without ceremony next time.
. Hon. A. S. Paddock, one of the Utah
commissioners, returned to Omaha yes
terduy afternoon from Salt Lake City,
and will remain here a few daya to
transact some important business, after
which he goes back te Utah.
Governor Paddock, in answer to the
inquiries of a Republican representa
tive, stated that the Llah commission-
era had made the preliminary arrange
ments lor the registration which 19 to
be taken dining the first week in June
Rigistratiou officers were appointed,
and the commissioners have begun tho
work of perfecting the registration The
election which ta'.es place in August,
t elect m tubers to the legislature, and
the theory of the Edmunds act is that
an anti-polygamy legislature wi'd be
elected if the registration, which die-
franchises known plyganiists, is eui
cessfully carried out, and that such br-
lslaturc wilt enact laws in conforn ity '
with the federal laws affecting I
pol y ga my.
The members of the commission are
ex-Sec ary of "War Ramsey, of-Mmne-
sota; e.x-aenator Paddock, of Nebraska;
the lfor Mr. Carlton, ot Indiana; Hon.
G. L. Godfrey, of Iowa, aud the Hon.
Mr. Pettigrew, of Arkansas. Messrs.
Carlton, Godfrey and Paddock b jan
the work assigned thuu a lew weeks
ago, and Messrs. Ramsey and Pettigrew
are now on their way to Salt Lake to
join them in Hie undertaking. Omaha
Advertisements under thli bead, three cents
per line each insertion.
1?OK UK NT A farm.
- ui't &awtr
Apply at this ollice.
VOK RENT A Kood house in good location
A- in till city. Impure ot 11. E. rainier or
J. W. JeuiiingK. 6C 5t
rOB KENTKKH Look at W iHe'd ad. and es-
-- pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
FOR SALE Old paper for nale at UiU office
;it 40 cents tier hundred or a ceiitA ner doz
IJ'OR SALE Four lots together iu god loca
- tiou in this city. Imn-lie at IhU oDlce tf
"COR RALE A eood sodawates generator can
- be bought clieao. Will Ktve choice be
tween a large and small one. Terms and price
made known on application. uti
.Smith & Black Bros.
lOUNO A folding key in a railroad coach in
- tiiu city, owner can iinu ii at mis oruce.
T-'OUXD-A bunch of key on Chicago avenue
-- Owner can get same oy cainug al tins oi
flce and paying for this novice. 47lf.
r AMfcU lo rent a email, neat tiou.se eon-
" tainlng three or five rooms. Forxuitable
building good price pa'-;
Ii uiili'tt at this of-
Tir .:'TED John Bauer has leaped the Stohl-
man place, corner ot 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to accommodate the public in the
way of boarding and lodging by the week or
WANTED Fifteen hundred tame pigeons
delivered in Lincoln, Nebraska, at once.
will pay $1.50 per dozen delivered at your de-
por. it. II. UON.VOK,
ef Kecy. Lincoln Sportsmen's Club.
Sixth street, between Main and Pearl,
Plattsmouth, Nebr. Rentted and cotn-
lortablv furnished. Board by the day
or week. Meal 8 25 cents. Board by
week at r asonable rates. House com
fortably and pleasantly situated. Give
ine a call. S. Weaver, Proprietor.
Bremuer's Crackers at Wirckbach's.
Wanted. Everybody to Know
That after this date I will sell my en
tire stock of carpets, consisting of
forty-three different desirable patterns
AT PRIME COST. Call and ex
amine. Jon. V. Werkbach.
May 8th. 1883 64 dtf
Bremuer's Crackers at Stadlemau's.
Parties wishing to attend the races
at Lincoln, May 15th to 20th, return
tickets will be sold at this office May
15th to 19th, inclusive, for one fare
and a fourth, good to return May 21.
F. Latham, Agent.
We will Sell Any Goods at
Prices Below Those Quoted by
IV. J. WARRICK.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers every time, late no other.
A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. R.
It will pay vou to read Wise's col
umu iu this paper, vou may Cud ju
what you want. S9U
arrick is making a et ecialty oi
ciirars from the cheap Tobies to the
very best. Try his new stock. 68-Sr.
Best 10c box writing paper in low
at Warrick's. 66 d3t
Crackers at Bennett &
Peterson Bros. Sell
Best sugar cured hams at 15c.
Best breakfast bacon at 15c.
Best shoulders 11c.
Best dried-beet 15c. C4-d4t.
Alabastine, all shades, at Warrick's.
That the undersigned will have on
hand and for sale, 25,000 choice varieties
of Tomato plants; 50,000 late cabbage
plants, and 100,000 sweet potato
plants, after the 18th of May. Leave
orders with A. Clark, P. J. Hanson, and
Grace & Thierolf, or at my residence
on Ninth street.
67d-9wtf John . Leeslky.
'Tobies,'' two lor
5c at - Warrick's.
Mrs. Johnson & feweney are re
ceiving all the latest styles in Hats, Bon
nets, Flowers, Tips, Ribbons, &c, in the
ni: cry liue to which thev invite all
millinery uue, to which they invite all
tol. n i '.! i i t r
ii vanr-B rr.u inm
J t" " - - m
A large invoice of something new in
stationery line just received at War
Please remember that for the next
60 days you can get great bargains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I must
reduce my stock in those lines, with
out fail. 64dtf J03. V. "Wecxbach.
Window shades, when purchased oi
Warrick's, are being hung tree
arge ' W-d3ttbc
ASK THE PEOPLE
where they purchnfcd their new
and the great niaioritv will answer
This is bec.ituc we keep the
and just what the people want.
Our prices arc always at rock
bottom. Lead and Oil
for less than than
we can lay it
Now is the time to buy. Yours
Will J. "Woruick.
sells thejustly celcbredat RUSSELL
which embodies all the best features
of which ail i master. Its excel
celence is recognized by the
prominent fin nisdiers
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Bosom of the best hand-
spun linen. The fit and workman
ship unexcelled. Made to ordea and
RETURN EVERY SHIRT that
does not please you.
FOR SALE BY
C. M WcscoLL,
IIXCIXSII 'K ACIEXT,
BOOTS I AND SHOES.
Plattsmoutri, - Neb.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kinds of goods usually kept In a
FXUHT CLAHN Ft'B.MTt'BE WTOKTfc
AIM), a rery complete stock of Funeral Goods,
Our New and elegant hearse ! alwayt In
the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun-
Whear we may be found night or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
Our Larr dAmiKIV 0091
dwM-ritiinc C'l AiliU S4t
1 Walla rm tm ALL. w
off.rlh. jlnl Am1im la
4 . . mmwM rvYAin, corn, i't
lonbt. nd tbe Bttt C'WWrlM of VUbl,
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at thin ollico and pro
ceedt remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on bhort no
lieu and (ialiMlaction guaranteed.
if thcro la any thing wo do make a
specialty of, it is city aud suburban
real estate. Several fine farm and
hoiuc wild land at bargain. Laboring
men can get a homo by paying mouth
ly what they now pay for house rent.
Six choice half aero lots, 8 inlnutm
from R. R. bhops, at from $80 to $16t
each, and on terms' that would make
a man afdiamcd to say ho did not own
a house. Come aud see, you are not
compelled to buy aud we wontj giv
thche lots away, but you c.n get tli cm
ho they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Five acre lot J mile from city for
'2;A) part on time.
hleven acre lot j nnlo from celt t
l'or$'.r0 this is extra line.
Home good citv property or out lota
for trade for hor horcn or cattlu.
Ten acres for $ lAjo 00
" " " GOO 00
" 44 44 7.00 00
44 44 44 J.00 00
Several unall tracts well improved
aud adjoining the city, lor nala at
FA KM LANDS.
40 acres, wild $ tiou 00
1 1000 00
larm iu Cass county
Pi li cut fatock
$10000, long time and low ruto ol iu
160 acres, wild $3200
80 44 44 1200
160 acres, w ild, Rep. V'y (caah) $180
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (clicap)$100
3 44 44 44 17
44 N. 6th Htn et (line)
Picnic Hill 44 200
Washington ave'4 350
1 Id'k from Main ht extra 400
Improved city real cutato in abun
dance. 1 can find what you want ia
thin line if you will call aud see me.
Business houses and lots lor sale
at much lower figures than will be
asked six months hence, when tho di
agonal is nn ubsurcd success. Do not
wait till the ndvunce comes aud then
complain of your poor luck.
Stores and tlwellings rcn'cu ana lor
rent, rents promptly collected.
It you don't sec what you want 1
this column come and auk for it. I've
probably missed juht what you want.
O flier open nearly every evening front
6 to 8.
Oood new house and two fine lota
in good location price, 800.
W. S. WISE,
For Sale I
N E i, Sec. 3, T. 12, IL 13. -
SE Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
S. W. J, Sec. 3, T. 12, Jl. 13.
and N N. W. Sec, 10, T."l2, II.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13, 11. 13
E , Lot 10, Block 28.
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The above described farms
for ealy on lon time, with 7
cent, intercet. Apply to
R. 15. AVrJXDIIAM,
Jflatt binoutli, Neb
CITY of PLATTSMOUTH
Valuable outlots for residence pur
poses. Sage's addition lies south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy of
accetg, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
(Hoeeur to Htrelxht A Sillier,)
X large line of j
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Wtips. I:
always In stock. ''
iiiii iw iiiiiii 1111.4 r
Repairing of all kinds neatly don
Mala Street, between Feurth and Flftb. '
o. M, 8TEEIGHT. Bulne Mn
4.f piwmai if rehaBlcal ,
St fIS9a..t "
confessed having r
Toy4denliflcHon J .
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