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ITULISIIKD DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Plattsmonlti Herald PnMisMnz Co.
For City anil (Motility Directory, Railway Time
Tables. Telephone Kchaug ISiiNiness J1
rectory, IbuiiicsH Cards see fourth page.
JEFF. L.. STONE, - Citr Editor.
jii in fact every tiling contained in
a lirht-cUss Drujr Store. Pre
ptions :u lull v compound -
(,'oiiieiitioii met in
all lt-:trt ini-nt.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for disnbiy advertisement or elianvcs
in advertisement must he handed In to I lie
business olllcc not later than in a. m. of the
day In which they are to bs Inserted. Co
ior pay locals ;iiki special nonces mul ho
li:imle- la he fore.; p. in e:ieh day to insure la
Sfll loll J ,M JIlMII.NKJ.I.,
4. halUhiiry, llontlNt.
t'oiirt will adjourn tomorrow.
Cu. Main ah 'I'iiikd Sikkkt?,
l'LATTSMOl'TII, N E 1 1.
It is almost time to talk -1 tit of .Inly.
Th circus is soon to enter Ne
A new sidewalk is being laid along
the vest side of the (iiithuian block.
FIRE INSURANCE GO'S:
CITY, of London,
KIKKMAX Fl'NI), of i alifornia
I tie lIKKALDs account ot Hie pnze
fight on the high school hill, a short
time ago. found its way into the Police
(.azette this week.
Mr. Thomas Pollock, who has been
quite ill for the past two days, and con
fined to his home in consequence there
of, is better today.
Profits of Farming la Nebraska.
It is not everyone who can make a suc
cess at fanning, but a few do it, thus
showing the iMrfwtihilitica of the profes
sion. Here In a case that illustrates ful
ly how a fuir fortune may be or has
been made in Nebraska, by hard work
and clone economy. Lmlwig (ieorgc,
who live north of Crete, is the exam
ple wc have in hand, lie cume to this
place In 18G7, aud his aggregate posses
sions of this world's good was $200.
He has worked hard and lived hard
ever since, ana his present possessions
toot up SSI ,'JOO. This includes 480 acres
ot land worth $30 an acre; 20 horses
120 cattle, most of them fat aud nearly
ready lor market, 2o'J hogs, larni in a
clnnerv. one niece of citv irotcrtv.
worth about $5,000, and cash on haml.
Very little, it any, of this has been by
speculation. Of course a large part of
the value 01 the l.irm results J torn its
iucrea.se in value, as the country has
been settled. Last year Air (Jeorge
raiseil 10,000 bushels ot corn Ironi 200
acres, anu average ot ;0 bus'iels per
acre; 400 bushels of hurley, from 15
acres, an average ot -io bu!iels per
acre, and oOO bushels ot potatoes from 4
acres, an average ol l'i't bushels per
ucre. J he remainder ot his larm.
after deducting the portion u-.ed for
house and stable, was used for pas
turage and meadow. There may be a
great many people in Nebraska who
have accumulated more property in the
same length of time than -Mr. (Jeorg,
but he has certainly laid up enough lor
a rainy dav of anv ordinary leiiirth.
came fn from Hastings
What is going to be done, if any
thing, to receive and entertain the
excursionists that will visit Platts-
mouth next week.
AMI.KICAN KXTKESS CO..
WELLS, FAK:) & CO. KXFKES.S.
llaverlya Minstrel lroupe passed a
few hours in the city this morning on
their way from Kansas City to Lincoln
where they give an entertainment
tonight, returning here tomorrow.
Cilice ta Koekwootl Lloek ,
ARCHITECJTDRAL. WORK A
ri.ius an. I SeeifieatieuH will be carefully
earril out. ami full attention will be given as
to safety a tut tlurubility.
I.KSSO.VS OX iAITl.i;
ia oil. Water Colors. Crayon and lVncil.
Ofliee oer Sol.iniou .t NatlianV store. Main St
The rain last night fell in such tor
rents that in ten minutes time the
streets leading from the hills were
flowing streams, yet today they are
Meeting of tho Board of Education
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present, Wintersteen, Bennett, Barnes,
Leonard and btrode.
The secretary was instructed to pre
pare the statement of the amount
required to be levied for the city
schools for the coming year us follows:
To apply on old itdebtedness $2,000
Incidental expenses 250
Teacher's fund 2,000
Please remember that for the next
o0 days you can cet creat bargains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I must
reuuee my stock in those lines, with
out fail. I4dtfl Jos. V. Wixkiiacii.
iiixth street, between Main and Pearl,
I'lattsmoiith, Ielr. Kclittcd and com
fortably furnished. Board l.v the day
or week. Meals 25 cents. "Hoard by
week at rasonable rates. House com
fortably and pleasantly situated, (live
me a call. S. Weavkk. Proprietor.
Peterson Bros. Sell
Best sugar cured hams at 15c.
Best breakfast bacon at 15c.
Beat shoulders 1 Ic.
Best dried-beet 1 5c.
;i d it
That the undersigned will have on
ban. I and lor sale, "25,000 choice varieties
ot tomato plants; 50,000 late cabbage
pianis, anu luo.uou sweet potato
plants, after the lKth of Mav. Leave
orders with A. Clark, P. J. Hansen, and
Grace fc Thierolf, or at my resilience
on .inth street.
C7d-'Jwtf John K. Lkksi.ky.
A few of the handsomest pntterns of
Wire Flower JSiands very cheap at J. I J.
WATERMAN OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY. an,i ,1C great majority will
All postofflces are being furnished
with new locks and new keys of a
different stvie than the old, to be used
as soon as they can be generally dis
tributed. Capt. Marshall received
those for this office yesterday.
A large number of the farmers here
abouts will have their corn to re-plant,
the damp, chilly weather which has
prevailed having rotted what they have
already planted. We want warm sus-
shine now, and plenty of it.
J. LEV Y,
Will BUY and fcKLL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite The Old Duke Building.
1 lattsmouth. Feb. 1st, 1S3:I 4Ctf.
CALL AT THE
Judge Johnson this afternoon united
in marriage .Mr. jeander '.vood or
Freemont county. Iowa, and Miss
Mary F. Hubbard of Cass county,
Nebraska. He would, she would and
so now they
the county judge would,
Don't forgot the entertainment of
the graduations class at the Opera
house to-night. The small admittance
fee charged is for the purpose of paj
ing hall rent, printing, etc. The pro
gramme is a good one, and a fine en
tertainment is promised.
The board of directors of the Cass
county agricultural society will meet
to-morrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at
the office of W. S. Wise. Important
I business will be considered and the
of every member is de-
A land slide at Child's crossing, be
tween Bellvue and Omaha, this morn
ing delayed the train from Omaha so
that it didn't arrive until about half
past eleven. From a passenger we
learn that the ladies aboard improved
th time during the delay gathering
wild (lowers, and the men swearing.
A regular meeting of the Fire com
pany was held last night in the Coun
cil Chamber. Little business of im
portance ws.3 transacted excepting to
accept the invitation of the G. A. R.
to participate in the parade on Decora
tion Day. Another meeting will be
held next Wednesday night, when a
full attendance is desired.
H. A. WATERMAN k SON
Wliole:ileanl Uetail tJealrr In
Fourth trccf. ii.lrear.oflopt ra House.
PLATTSMOUTH. - NEBRASKA
HARRIS & UNRUH,
ami al! kiniN of tcoU usually kept In a
If l KMT CLASH FI ItMTI ItKHTOItK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Good.
Our New and elegant hearse l always in
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
ty Bank. -
Whear we may be foirhd night or day.
John R. Clark and C. II. Lane, ot
Lincoln, made a sale of thirteen thous
and acres of land in Madison and
Boone eouuties to the Cameron and the
Pratt fc Farris cattle companies of Wy
oming, the laud is to be put under
cultivation this summer and used as
feeding farms. They propose to brim
their cattle in from the range in the fall
an l put them on these farm 3 to be fed
for the eastern market.
The finance committee reported
favorably on the following claims and
the secretary was instructed to draw
warrants for the same:
Herald Pub. Co., printing 826.G0
Gibson, Miller & Richardson, dip. 25.00
seal. 4 50
The board adjourned to meet Thurs
day evening, May 24th, tor the purpose
of selecting and electing teachers for
the ensuing year.
List of Letters.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the post office at Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Neb., May 18, 18S3.
Buchanan C B Milheuse Amiziah
Bentner Mrs Edith Mathew Ashasah
Boyle Lee Morrow Arty
Coffman R M McCord B A
Graham Allen Peterson Dora
(raves Miss Ellen Bucher Godfried
Ilendickson G W Prescott Mr
Ilunderich Gottlieb Reich Carl
Hartz Henry Sawtell George
Hoffman Mrs W Stringer L Mc
Jones Mrs IIattie2 Smith Miss Ida
Jones Mrs J A Smith Leonard
Johnson Swan Tanner John
Ktller Mrs Ellen Taylor Scott F
Kennard E A Wheeler Mrs M
Kjolstad Fredrick Wheeler S
Persons calling for the above will
please say "Advertised."
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
Tho New Road.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed with the Secretary of State of a
new railroad, the Plattsmouth & South
western. This road is a continuation
of the Iowa Diagonal of which we
have previously made mention. It
runs southwest from Plattsmouth
through Syracuse, Sterling, Beatrice,
and to Fairbury. The Plattsmouth
people go at things in a business sort
of way. The objective point of the
Diagonal was Nebraska City, but the
energy shown by Plattsmouth will
likely secure tho road for that place.
As the road is only built as far aa Des
Moines, it is useless to get excited
over it but it is bound to be built some
day. The road is being built with the
same end in view that the lopeka cc
Lincoln is contemplated to tap trunk
lines and secure competition. Pawnee
Billy Shryock, the Louisville drug
gist, spent the night in the city.
Hon. G. W. Covell returned to Ne
braska City this morning.
George E. Sayles, the Cedar Creek
merchant, was in the city last evening.
By Yeomans and Fred Gorder came
overland from Weeping Waer yesterday.
Edward Tighe, a prominent land
owner of Center precinct, is in the
W. A. L. Gibbon, representing the
Orin of Pax ton A. Gallagher, of Omaha,
is attending court.
Mrs. O. I'. Johnson is in the city
visiting Mrs. Jacob Klepser; so says
the Nebraska City Press.
Hon. Geo. Cole, Mayor of Pacific
Junction, spent hist night in Platts
mouth. Prof. James llasset, principal of the
Bellevue schools, is in the citv, the
guest of Byron Clark.
Col. Mike Murphy and Gen. Joe Con
nor will be a part of the attractions at
tho Buffalo Bill combination today.
Mrs. Fred Stadelmann and Miss Jo-
sie. in company with Mis. ledmann,
will see the sights in Omaha today.
Gerge Laverty returned to Louis-
vill last night, having completed his
duties in the district court.
F. M. Barnhart, the brakeman, was
on the street yesterday, after havinar
been confined to his bed for a week.
Mrs. Minuick. of Falls City, mother
of Mrs. Dorrington. is in the city, vis
iting friends and relatives.
Rev. Geo Scott, of Sutton, passed
through the city this morning on his
way to Chicago, to attend the world's
convention of Good Templars.
John M. Thurston, R. S. Hall and
Arthur C. Wakely, prominent attor
neys of Omaha are uttending the
Prof. Miller, of Lincoln, sold his
farm near this city to P. L. & W. S.
Wise, for the sum of $15,000. They
willj make a stock ranch of it as soon
as soon as possible.
Sam Atwoodcame in last night from
fofwAtXVrt F PWYED OUT, Dreary Features.
an Omaha gentleman, at a good round
Kelly Fox returned from Rushville,
IlL, this morning, where he has been
visiting friends for the past two weeks.
He reports wet, cold weather, and
gloomy prospects ior the corn crop in
the " Sucker " state.
Well Morgan, Sam Hiukle, "Budge"
Chambers, Charley Spencer, J. C. Peter
sou, Peter Mumm, L. C. Erven, M. D
Polk are a portion of Plattsmnuth's
delegation to the "Wild, Wild West"
at Omaha today.
P. C. Hansen, son of P. J. Hansen
went to Omaha today to accept a posi
tion in a wholesale grocery store in
that city. Mr. Hansen is one of Platts-
mouth's blight boys and we predict a
successful career for the young man in
l. re ti
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ASK THE PEOPLE
where thov jiirei.'t.el their new
Saturday, May1 9
J. II. 1IAVERLEY, Proprietor.
KIT CLARKE, Manager.
Aflvance Gaard of Noyelly,
riiis is because we keep the
H ES T A S SO U T 31 E X T
and jtibt Avliat the eojle want.
Our prices are always at rock
hottom. Lead and Oil
Law and collection buHlticnn promp
tly attended to at this olllce ami pro
ceeds remittal without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting at tended to on-fchort no
tice and satisfaction guaranle'ed.
If there is any thing wo do make a
specialty d', it in 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 now pay lor house rent.
Six choice half acre lots, 8 minutes
from R. R. fdiops, at from $0 to $15t
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to nay ho did not own
a Iiouhc. Conio and nee, you are not
compelled to buy and wc wont give
these lots away, but you cun get them
no they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Five acre lot J mile from city for
f 250 part on time.
Eleven aero lot j milo from city
for $550 thin is extra line.
Homo good city property or out lot
for trade for hor hornes or rattle.
Ten acres for $ 600 00
" " " GOO 00
" " 750 00
" " 2600 00
Several small tracts well improved
aud adjoining tho city, for aal at
KA KM LANDS..
Wild GOO 00
d 1G00 00
tor le;s tli
The Graduating Exercises.
The following is the programme of
the entertainment of the graduating
Music ITewitt's cornet band
Opening Cliorud Iliuh School Grades
. rroi. urimimoim
Miis Alice Jean and
Music "Qui Vive Galop".
Miss Anna Livingston.
Essay "Lost Opportunities" Miss
Quartette. "Home by the River" Ladies Double
Oration character" Mr. Walter Holmes.
Music. "Butterfly Galop' Miss Laura Over-
lander and Miss Ann:t Livingston.
Essav 'Home Decoration". ..Miss Kvelyn Wise.
Quartette "Wait till the Clouds Roll By"
iration "Extracts from the Diary of the Man
In the Moon." Mr. Herbe 1 1'olfock.
Essay "Special Training." Miss Alice Jean.
Music "Meenle Chase Galop."
Essay "The Future" Miss Anna Livingston.
Presentation of Diplomas.
Presentrtion Speech by M. A. Hartigan, Est.
Valedictory Mr. Robert K. Livingston Jr.
Advertisements under thi head, three cents
per line each insertion.
IT 0ST A red morroeco memorandum Tbook
contaiuini' a photograph and a number of
Fmler please leave at this ouice.
Ij'OR RENT A furnished rom corner Ninth
and Elm street. Enquire of Mrs. Levina.
One of the most neeeful things in
"the city at present is a crossing on
Main street from the postofHce corner
to Shannon's corner, and from there
on to the plank walk east. No cross
ing in the city is used as much as this
one, and it is the poorest one, it is
worse than none at all. The sidewalks
generally in Plattsmouth are nothing
to boast of, but some of them are a
little better than the middle of the
A horse very mysteriously disap
peared from the livery barn of W. D.
Jones last night. When the boys did
their feeding last evening a steel gray
mare colt, three years old, was tied in
the shed Lack of the barn and thi3
morning was missing. She had on a
heavy leather halter and the supposi
tion is that she was stolen. Search is
being made for her in every direction.
but up to this writing nothing has
been heard of her.
Three tramps and vagrants were run
iu la-t night and this afternoon the po
lice judgu disposed of them as follows:
James McGraw, tired out of town.
John McBride and John O'Leary set to
work on the streets. As it is now there
is no remuneration for arresting and try
ing such fellows and sending them out
of town ior none of them hare money
to pay tines and costs with, but the city
might have a stone pile and t them
to work on it, and thu3 get some good
out of them.
Seldom has Haverly's Theatre been
filled and packed as it was last evening.
The audience was a most appreciative
one, and all went away more than sat-
sfied with the performance. The
press of matter thi3 morning precludes
the notice of last evening's perform
ance in the manner desired, but suffice
it to say, that, taken in its entirety.
the company is most complete and tal
ented. The first part was far above
the aveiage. The jokes introduced
were largely new. while the vocal mu
sic was extra good, the selections of I
I ha HnnKU . o - 'r
Death of Mr. Kenneth Mcintosh, of
Mr. Alex Mcintosh received a dis
patch this morning containing the sad
news of the death, last evening, of his
elder brother, Mr. Kenneth Mcintosh,
a prominent lawyer ofTittsburg, Pa.
Several of our Plattsmouth citizens
were well acquainted with Mr. Mcin
tosh, who was a very prominent man
in his profession and an esteemed and
influential citizen of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Mcintosh had always taken as
expressed to us to-day a moie than
brotherly interest in his brother here
and th'e tidings of his death is indeed
a great shock to Alex who is com
pletely broken down by the sa i news.
The Nebraska City Press says: The
high water is cutting the bank on the
Iowa side of the river above and be
low the rip-rap. So far, the matting
sunk last fall and this spring is stand
ing the pressure of the water so well
that it looks as though the channel of
the river will oe changed, so as to run j
through the slough. Journal Topics.
This is the "pint General Manager
Potter persuasively requested the
News man to take care of for the
Mr. C. W. Shermtn and Mr. Chap
man desire to say that they cannot
possibly assume the responsibility of
making arrangements for entertaining
the editorial excursion which will
shortly visit this city from the east.
While these gentlemen are willing to
do anything and everything reasonable
as individuals and citizens to meet
and entertain these visiting people
they beg leave to insist that it is the
duty of our city council and "board of
trade to take the steps being taken
by other Nebraska cities to properly
tender the freedom of the city to these
gentlemen who came from abroad to
This afternoon Jack Rakes was in
town' and imbibed a little to much
of the ardent. Ho meandered into
Phil. Young's and stumbled into a
bulletin board, breaking it. Wal
ter Dyke asked him to settle for it
which he refused to do, whereupon
Walter filed an information against
him and placed it in the hands of
Chief Murphy. Pat" got after hit
FOR RENT A farm,
Apply at this office.
ACTM AT OXCK 3
S ItANJO HOLOINTN 5
IO COMM AI. CO.UKIMAXH IO
14 WOlURFi;L 1IOUM 14
$10,000 Acting Dogs
The Great Model Troupe. The JIory
of the Slinstrel HCare. The Mln
nisninfferS of Jllustrelsy.
TRICES AS USUAL. General AdmWslou
73eents; Gallery, 50 cents; Reserved Seats,
MAKES HT KEXT VlSIT TO
Saturday, May 19,
And remains only one day at the
The Doctor is already too well known iu
to need an exteuded notice. The followi-ifi
testimonials tell fortlieiir.elves.and theallliut-
eu ui h mviieu 10 avau iiiemseives ot t lie oppor
tunity and consult the Doctor upon iiis visit.
it will be noticed tliatitlie.se testimonials
are from people well known iii the community
and of late dates. See them personally and
be convinced of their truthfulness.
From F. A. Sidles, Esq., a Prominent
Merchant of Rennet, Neb.
15KNNET. N eh., March 2, 13
Dr. A. S. Fihl)latt--l)ear Sir: Appreciat
ing the value of the cervices you have rendered
me, I deem it but an act of simple justice to
you to express the sense oj Kralitude I feel to-
waras you. Aiie. sucn aunermg as I have had
from catarrhal and throat troubles, from which
all the doctorinj? I had heretofore done has
been unable to relieve me, however marvelous
n may appear, the disease has nearly disap
peared after your treatment of scarcely two
mouths, and in that time I have ifa'aed eight
pounds in weieht. Consider me. d ear i)nft bl
under everlasting obligations to you. and by
referring any one to me, afflicted as I was, I
snaii consiuer it an act 01 Kindness .o them to
advise them to submit to your treatment.
Ever your friend, v. a. Sidles.
Xow is the time to buy. Yourrf
Will J. "Wok rick.
sells lh, justly celebredat RUSSELL
HO " in)
100 " ' .r000 00
"J0O " 0200 00
240 44 COO0 00
Finest stock farm In Cass county
1G000, long time and low rate oi in
terest. 1G0 acre, wild $3200
80 " " 1200
1G0 ncres, wild, Rep. V'y (cash) $1200
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (cheap)$10i
A ft 41
K. Cth street (line) .
Picnic Hill "
1 bl'k from Main st extra
which embodies all the best features
of which art is master. Its excel
cclencc is recognized by the
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Rose m of
spun linen. The
the best hand-
lit and workman-
Made to ordea and
Improved city real estate in abun
dance. I can find what you want iu
thin line if you will call and see me.
liuflincHH houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will bo
asked six months hence, when the di
agonal is an assured success. Do not.
wait till the advance comes and then
complain of your poor luck.
Stores and dwellings rented and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want Iu
thid column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Office open nearly every evening from
G to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots .
in good location price, $B00.
W. S. WISE,
(Nnrressor to Mtrcltcht A. Miller,)
RETURN EVERY" SHIRT that
does not please you.
FOR SALE BY
C. JU. Wescotl,
EXCLl SIin AGEXT,
VOIt RENT A good house in
-- in this city. Inquire of H
J. Vf. Jennings.
E. .rainier or
Cured of Catarrh.
Hooper, NzB.iFeb., I9th,l833.
A. S. Fishblatt. M. D.. Omaha. Neb Dear
ir : i nave suirered witn catarrh in the head
ever since I can remember, and now I am
twenty-nine years of age I had lonir thought
a cure was impossible, but nevertheless placed
myself under your treatment, but rather with
rathersraall faith. I must confess.
I am now happy to say that I am greatly re
lieved, and have 6trong hopes of a perfect
viu c. i nave never useu any medicine before
FfS" the meaicinelouin1 " U'C a,3eaSe 33
V!" ""Kii - Y3--; . Hoping many others may find relief at vour
bands, I remain your respectfully.
W. H. MOVER.
IfOR RENTERS Look at Wke's ad. and es
pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
J?OR SALE Old papers for sale at this office
at 4o cents per hundred or 5 cents per doz
IOR SALE Four lots together In geod loca
tion in this city. Inquire at this ollice tf
tween a large and small one. terms and price
maae Known on application. uti
Smith & Bt.ack Bros.
II'OUND A folding key in a railroad coach in
this city. Owner cau find it at this office.
IJ'OUND A bunch of keye on Chicago avenue
Owner can get same by calling at Ihisof-
fiee and paying for litis potice- 47tf.
UrANTEDBv the first of June, a first-class
house of 5 or 6 rooms, in good location.
eave word with J, u. Simpson, Wells, Fargo
& Co express office. 7itf
"llr AATED John Banerlias leased the Stohl
' man place, corner of 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to accommodate the public In the
way of boarding and lodging by the week or
ANTED Fifteen "hundred tame pigeons
delivered in Lincoln. Nebraska., xt iinpf
w ill pay 1.50 per dozen delivered at your de
pot. It. H. Connoh.
64if Secy. Lincoln Sportsmen's Club.
IJremuer8 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 aud ex
amine. Jo3. V. Weckbach.
May 8th, 1883. 64-dtf
Creuiuer's Crackers at Stadlemau's.
1'arties 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.
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umu in this paper, you may find ju
what you want. 39ti
From a Prominent Citizen of Boone
Dr. Fishblatt Deer Sir : I do not know ex
actly how to separate my connection with you
without saying something to expresd my grate
fulness forrelief brought by your treatment of
me. My persistency in trying everything sug
gested by others for the cure ef catarrh had
jostled my faith somewhat in the power of
anyone io oring reiiei. i even mistrusted that
your professions were based simply on theory,
and that I was to be another of the many upon
which you desire to practice. But to my ever
lasting delight. I was deceived. Your reme
dies and the treatoient worked like a charm.
I was not only relieved of the distressing ills of
Catarrh, but was entirely, and I believe, per
fectly restored to health. I am now no more
troubled with the effects of the disease which
soaffiieted me than if I never had had the com
plaint. I do i t write this purposely for your
use to induce others to test your skill in this
oenaii. oui iniDK it my auty to make some
kind of an acknowledgement, trifling and
simple, of how much good you have done roe in
your safe and certain treatment of a distressing
BOOTS AND SHOES.
UII0I VVUUU U
ME HEAVY HARNESS.
A larj;e Una of
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whirs. &c.
always in stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly don
Main Street, between fourth and Fifth.
O. M. STREIGHT. Business Manager.
. i MONK. Mechanical Manager. 7t
Difficult Case of
Crackers at Bennett &
We will Sell Any Goods at
Prices Below Tbose Quoted by
W. J. WARRICK.
Asky our grocer for Bremngrs Crack-
Sciicvlfh. Neb., Feb. T, 1S3.
My Dear Dr. Fishblatt : I owe you a debt of
gratitude which I wiil never be abl to repay,
for the scientific skill vou have displayed in
treating me. I have for a long time been con
sidered a hopeless consumptive, and every
body, includ'ng myself, considered my days
numbered. My good fortune led me to apply
to you for treatment last November, and in
this incredible short time you have effected
what numerous other doctors have failed in
a complete restoration. I have since gained
fifteen pounds, and consider myself now
thoroughly cured. You are at liberty to use
this as reference for others similarly afflicted.
Yours gratefully, ALEX. McfNTOML
The above are only a few of the many testi
monials in our uossession. in every county in
Nebraska will be found people ready and will
ing to testify to the efficacy of Dr. Fisl.blatt's
rKfS rMv rtod cloth, in" alt lhe-lateC rtiaceat -,&wtf
REMEMBER DAY AND DATE
Of the Doctor's visit Jto Plattsmouth, -
SATDRDAY, Mav, 19tLL
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A FINE LINE OF
MEERSCHAU 1 AND BRIAR PIPES
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This beautiful three itory brick ttructure, on
lo.ver Maid street, has Just been finished and
fitted up for the accommodation of
TRA NS TENT CUSTOMERS,
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