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THE GRADUATING CLASS.
Oils, Paints, IJkusuks,
And in fact everything contained
n firnt-cliKH Drug blort. Pre
scriptions carefully compound-
rt ULISIIEO DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Plattsmouth Herald Piililisliiii Co.
For City nd CountT Directory, Railway Tine
Tables. Telephone Kxchanif Iiuiiieis Dl
rectory, Uusiness Cards Ac, nee fourth pace.
JEFF. L. STONE, - City Editor.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisements or chanires
In advertisements mu.it be banded in to the
business omce not later than 10 a. in. of tbe
day In which they are to be Inserted. Copy
for pay locals and special notices must be
bande'l In before 3 p. nt. each day to insure in
sertion. II M. ItUHH.VEI.l-.
A Large Audience Attend tbe Exercises
Ctu. Main axd Third Stickkts
I L ATTSM O UTI I , NE H.
I cave him bis first rejection
Nearly a year aico ;
At Christmas, with proper reflexion.
Again, lu colil blood, I said "No."
There' In gratntner a rule I remember
'1 liejallves liow doen It r-:n?
So Use cards have gone out for Septcaiber,
And my white sal iu kowii Is bcun.
Appropriated and dedicated to the
S i M JL S O W,
FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, vt Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
A. KallNbury, Deiitlmt.
at the Opera
EXPRESS COMPANIES :
AMK1UCAN EXPRESS CO..
WELLS. FARGO & CO. EXPRESS.
Charley Holmes' new iron fence is a
beauty, and just fills the bill.
Elder Harris will occupy the pulpit
of the Christian church tomorrow at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Tbe new block to be built by John
Fitzgerald is promised to eclipse any
building yet erected in the city.
Onice In Rockwood Block ,
with Johnson iros
A letter was picked up on the street
this morning addressed to Fred Over
lander, which be can hare by calling
at this office.
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
I'l.ins and Specifications will be carefully
carried out, and full attention will bo given as
to safety and durability.
KESSOXS OX PAIVTIXO
In Oil.' Water Colors, Crayon and Pencil.
OMee over Solomon & Nathan' store. Main St
SECOND HAND GOODS- j
County Clerk Jennings has been
making some extensive and beautify
ine improvements upon his resident
property on Wintersteen hill.
Mr. D. L. Blue had good luck fish
ing this morning and crptured a curi
osity in tbe shape of a couple of fish
which he called rock sturgeon.
They horse which so mysteriously
disappeared from Jones livery stable
night before Inst, has been found. It
was not stolen as supposed but broke
loose and strayed away.
A party of serenaders were out last
night fulling the air with sweet melo
dies and causing many of the watch
dogs to point their noses to tbe moon
and howl in sweet harmony.
Will BUY and SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite The Old Duke Building.
Plattsmouth. Feb. 1st. 1SS3 46tf.
The G. A. R. meet in regular session
at the court house tonight. It is desired
that all members bo presenilis business
oi importance will be considered in
connection with the Decoration day exercise.
CALL AT THE
E. i. ffMMlH k m
Wbolesaleland Retail Dealer In
Fourth .Street, in rear of Opera House.
The boys who went to Omaha yes
terday and the day before to see the
performance of "Buffalo Bill" had their
pains for their trouble. The show didn't
show too much mud but the boys all
say Omaha is a good town. Some of
them thought of buying it.
Nebraska appointments for govern
ment positions haue been made as
follows: J. F. Roberts. D. C Brooks
and Dave Bombgardner, United States
gaugers; M. Frank Gustav Drahos
and Peter Walker, storekeepers. Wil
low Springs distillery
31 r. T. A. Forman, of Fulton, Mo.,
is interviewing' our people with a
view to the organization" of a lodge
of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen. This gentleman has in
stituted lodges of this order at Ne
braska City, and amnj the names
of the charter members we notice the
names of such men as S. II. Calhoun,
I)r- Larsh, Paul Schminke, Senator
Cody, John C. Watson, and many
others which is a sufficient guarantee
to any one knowing these gentlemen
ot the respectability of this organiza
tion. The object of this order seems
to unite honorable and good men in
an association for mutual aid and
protection in business and social
life. The Herald has no doubt but
the objects of this order are com
mendable. Mr Forman is.D. G.
M. XV. of this order, and bears with
him credentials which area sufficient
guarantee of his character and stand
A large and intelligent audience as
sembled at the opera house last evening
upon the occasion of the first graduating
exercises ever held in Plattsmouth. The
stage on either side was ornamented
me n ted with flower stands, laden with
all varieties of house plants, and across
the back wall was stretched au arched
banner bearing the motto of the class in
large gilt letters, "Speramus Meliora."
The programme was carried out as here
Opening with music by the juvenile
band, lollowed by a chorus rendered by
young ladies of the high school.
Prof. Drumtnond made a few timely
ud well chosen remarks regarding the
duties of parents, also the object of the
public exercises and diplomas.
I he "(Jul Vive Ualop "an instrumen
tal duett, was artistically rendered by
Mioses Anna LIvingstou and Alice Jean
"Lost Opportunities, essay by Miss
Laura Overlaudcr, was an interesting
production, presenting some rood ideas
and was well delivered. The subject is
an almost inexhaustable one. and the
young lady selected only those points
coming more closely under her own ob
The quartette "Home by the River."
ung by four ladies was well rendered.
1 he oration on "Character ' by Wal
ter Holmes was very well written and
gave evidence of considerable thought
on the part ot the writer. It contained
some good maxims and would have
been more forcible had it been delivered
without tho aid of the paper.
Another instrumental duett the "But
terfly Galop" by Misses Anna Living
ston and Laura Overlander was very
An essaj on M Home Decoration, by
Miss Evelyn Wise, was an able effort,
displaying the taste and appreciation
of the author, in the matter of a beau
tiful and happy home, and abounded in
glowing descriptions of the same.
The quartette, by four young ladies,
- Wait till the Clouds Roll By," waa
one of the best musical selections of
tbe evening, and was so well liked by
the audience that it received an encore.
Special Training" the essay by Miss
Alice Jean was a happy effort and
evinced a depth of thought and strain
of the practical in its production
worthy a foremost, place with all
thinkers. The essay was well written
and well delivered
"Extracts from the Diary of the Man
in the Moon," by Herbert Pollock was
another ot the well written and well de
livered numbers, and clearly proved
that "Bert" had extracted something
from his experience in the school room,
and could make a practical application
The essav on "The Future," by Miss
Anna Livingston, was an able produc
tion, showing the spirit of progression
in the writer and the pride she fe.'t in
being among the first to graduate from
tne Plattsmouth schools. Her ap
peal to the parents in behalf
of the children for intellectual
advantages was wo'l taken and dejerv
ing of more than passing notice.
Miss Katie Dorrington bv request
played a piano solo which fairly cap
tured the audience.
M. A. Hai tigan Esq.. in a neat and
eloquent little speech presented the
diplomas, after which Bert Pollock
stepped forward and with a few
appropriate remarks, presented to
Prof. Drummons, on behalf of the
class a handsome silver cup and sau
cer. The Prof, was taken by surprise,
but responded in a very feeling little
Robert Livingston, Jr., read the Val
edictory essay in a creditable manner,
but the production was more in the
nature of advice to the boys
to choose and learn a trade and
become independent men rather than
become creatures of circumstancs.
Each of the graduates at the close
of their performance was the recipi
ent of handsome boquets of flowers, the
remembrances of friends inthe
audience, and Miss Evelyn Wise,
besides having a lovely bas
ket of flowers sent up to
her was the recipient of an elegant
bound illuminated margin copy of
Miss Heman's poems.
Taken as a whole the entertainment
was a complete success. All acquitted
themselves proudly and the event will
Ions be reuiembtrex in connection with
.Lafe (in more returned last nlg'it from
J. W. Dewese Esq. of Lincoln, came
in to tne city this morning.
F. M. Baruhouse weut to DeWitt,
the home his parents to recuperate his
Billy Agnew returned last night from
bis ranch in Custer county and reports
everything progressing finely.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Windham parents ol
our esteemed citizen R. B. Windham.
came over from Glen wood to visit for a
C. F. Driscoll returned to Omaha
last evening alter telling Judge Pound
what he knew of the case of Ballou et al
vs. Black et al.
Miss Jennie Johnson returned to the
city today after rusticating with
friends in the neighborhood of South
Bend for the past ten days
Two little daughters of Judge New
ell. Miss Mary and Nellie, went to
Oiruba this morning to spend a por
tion of their vacation with their aunt
Maggie and Pearl Barnes, daughters
of J. W. Barns went to Weeping
Waters last evening to spend a portion
of thbir vacation with their aunt Mrs.
Hon. John M. Thurston returned
this morning to Omaha, having com
pleted his duties in Judge Pound's
court in the case of Ballou vs. Black
Miss Lulu Clark the accomplished
daughter of John It. Clark, of Lincon,
camo down last night to witness the
high School graduation exercises and is
the guest of Miss Hattie Fulmei.
P. F. Hoagland, Mrs. Capt. Palmei
and daughter, A. L. Wilner, J. L.
Minor, C. E, Funk, Miss Mary Murphy
were among the delegation sight see
ing in the metropolis today.
Capt. Paine of Lincoln, formerly of
this city, passed through the city this
morning en route to Monmouth, 111.,
where he will join his better half who
has been visiting in that city for some
Hon. J. M. Forbes, the great mogul
of the C. B. & Q. and Mr. Stone, of the
same ponderous corporation with a party
of ladies in their private car passed
through the city en route to Chicago
from San Francisco.
A. B. Smith is in town again bring
ing wi'.h him tho toughest and worst
piece of leather in the west, viz: his
mouth. He intends to punish this com
munity with said leather for the next
ten days; we need the prayers of neigh
Frank Wheeler and his friend A. F.
Blundell, of the University, came down
to take in the commencement exercises
of the hight school. We presume a
portion of the exejcises w ere more than
usually interesting to Frank we don't
Miss Josie Dowden, assistant princi
pal of tbe high School, returned to her
home, at Lincoln, to spend her vaca
tion with her mother. Miss Dowden
came among us a stranger, and in the
nine months which she has been in
Plattsmouth has made a host of warm
friends. Her work, as a teacher, has
been entirely satisfactory, and we hope
that the Board will see proper to re
Jimmy Donnelh. the genial paste
board vender at the depot, arrayed
himself in ."fine linen and purple,
strapped a turkey-morocco gripsack
diagonally over his shoulder, after load
ing it with a paper collar and a panta
loons button, and hied himself to
Cromwell, Iowa, for the purpose of
interviewing his solid girl. We are
ne)t informed how long the interview
will last, nor what will be said or done,
but we can gamble with certainty of
winning that from the smiling coun
tenance of Jimmy, it will be M some
thing sweet to tell you.
A $10.00 Mble Reward.
The publishers of ltu t led crn's Month
iy oner twelve valuable rewards In
their Monthly for June, amonir which
. . .- -
ii me iouowing:
v e will give 20 in gold to the rr
son tellincr us which is the shortcut
verse in the Old Testament Scrintures
by June 10th, 1183, Should two or
more correct answers be received, the
reward will be divided. The monev
will be forwarded to the winner June
15th, 183. Persons trvine for the re
ward must send 20 ceuts in silver (no
pottage stamps taken) with their ans
wer. for which the" will receive the
July Monthly, in which the name and
address of the winner of the reward
and the correct answer will be pub
lished, and in which several more
valuable rewards will be offered.
Address, Rutledge Pub. Co., Easton,
Advertisements under thin head" three rent.
per line each insertion.
f OST A red morrocco memorandum 'book
- containing a photoKraph and a number of
account. Kii'ler nleane leare at this ofTk-e.
TJ'OR KENT A furnished room corner Ninth
aud Elm street. Enquire of Mrs. Levlncs.
FOB KENT A farm,
Apply at this office.
1OR RENT A fc-ood bouse in gtx
iu till cltv. Inoulre of II K
J. W. Jennings.
POR RENTERS Look at Wise's nd. and f s
pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
WATERMAN JPERA HOUSE.;
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
J. H. II AVERLEV, Proprietor.
KIT CLARKE, Manaukk.
. . . ' , ( e
VOK SALE-Old papers for sale at t
- at 40 cents per hundred or 5 cents
ALE Four lots together in eeod loca
non in mis city, inquire at this office
"TOR SALE A good Hodawates Kenerator
-- le boUL-lit clieao. Will viva rhoien h
iween a large and small one t erms and price
uiauo kuuiiu vu sppncmiun. ait
smith & nr;ACK bboh.
lOUND A folding key In a railroad coach in
-- this city. Owner can find it at this office.
Advance Gnari3 of Norelly,
NO PLAYED OUT, Dreary Features.
S AOTM AT OWCK S
4 fvOHF.KMA I'l.T CI,OWWISTS4
5 HAW JO MOI.OIMTM 5
IV tOnil AI. CO 1MIIAH IA
14 WOKDKHI'IX UOUM 14
$10,000 Acting Dogs
The Ureat Model Troupe. The Cilery
of the Mluatrel Mtae. The Hln
nlsNlnSera of Minotrelajr.
PRICES AS ITSl'AL. Ileneral AdmltNiou
79 vents ; Gallery, 60 ceuts ; Keserved 8eatn.
FOUND A burch of ke
Owner can iret Maine I
Oce and paying for this notice.
' t on Chicago avenue
ei same dv calling at mis of
WANTED Day boarders at Stadlemann'e
Ke.tAnmnt Th ha., nl Lumj . .
reasonable terms. li-dtt.
WANTED Bv the first of June, a flrst-clase
hOUSA Of ft Or fi nuktriM in B4r. IuutlMi
i eave word with J. D. hiiupxon, Wells, Fargo
& Co express office. 7itf
VA. TED John Bauer has leaned the Stohl
,f man place, corner of Tth and Vine, and is
prepared to accommodate the public In the
way of boarding and lodging by the week or
T ANTED Fifteen hundred tame pigeon9
- - ucuvereu iu iiucom, i e Drill-K 3, at once
will pay i.50 per dozen delivered at your de
1'Ot. U. H.Conjtok.
64tf Secy. Lincoln Sportsmen's Club.
Those Tobies 2 for 5 cent
rick's take tbe cake.
Brenmer'a 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
A i riUMJS UUST. Call and ex
amine. Jos. V. Weckbacii.
May 8th, 1883 C4-dtf
Bremner's Crackers at Stadlcman's.
Lewyn and Martina 3 and lo cent
cigars for ?ale at Warrick's. 3t.
Parties wishing to attend the races
at Lincoln, May loth 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 co
umn in this paper, you may find ju
what you want. 3 9ti
Crackers at Bennett A
ffe nUI Sell Any Goods at
Prices llelow Those Quoted by
W. J. WARRICK.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers everv time. Take no other.
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1 Law aud collection business promp
tly attended to at this ofilco aud pro
ceeds remitted without delay.' ;-
Notarial work, conveyancing aud
abstracting attended to ou short no
tice and Nalieiaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wo do make a
specialty of, it is city aud suburban
real estate. Several flue farms aud
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they new pay lor house rent.
Six choice half acre lots, 8 minutes
from It. It. bhopH, at from $0 to flirt
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to ay ho did not own
a house. Come aud nco, you are not
compelled to buy and we wont give
thCSO lots awav. but vnu ran tnt them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
tlvo acre lot i mile from city for
e;ou pari on time.
Eleven acre lot nii!o from city
for $550 this is extra line.
Homo good citv property or out lots
for trade for hor horses or cattle.
Ten acres for f 500 00
44 " 600 00
" " 750 00
" " " 2500 00
Several small tracts well improved
and adjoining tho city, for sale at
40 acres, wild $ COO 00
0 " improy'd 1 GOO 00
160 " 5000 00
200 ' " 6200 00
240 " " 6000 00
Finest stock farm in Cass
$16000, long lime and low rate
ICO acres, wild
Kin acien, wild, Itei. V'y (cash) $100
bl'ks from shops (cheap)$l'0
2 " "
4 " " 176
N. 6th street (fine) 800
Picnic Hill " -200
Washington avc" 850
ASK THE PEOPLE
where they jmrchiiseil tlicir new
ana tne irreat niaioritv will answer
the history of the Plattsmouth school. 2
This beautiful three story brick utructure. oa
lower Maid street, ha ju.it been finished and
fitted up for the accommodation of
TRA FSIEXT C USTOilEHS.
EVERY THING- NEW AND CLEAN
in connection with tbe
A Good Bar
7tf. FRED G005". Propr.
A FINE LINE OF
MEERSCHAD AND BRIAR PIPES
OF UIIIECT IJireUTATION'.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S l" ade lor ti? retail trdi oolj, &t
A smooth game is being played
through the state by a couple of sharps
who claim to have charge of a large
bankrupt stock of goods shipped to
this country from London, England.
Their game is to go to a town unan
nounced, put up at a hotel and by the
aid ef small bills which they place in
every house, advertising carpets at
about one-fourth their value, and iati-
mating that other goods are sold at
corresponding rates, draw a large
crowd of customers. They have every
thing in stock save the carpets, of
which they only have samples. They
promise, bowever, to deliver carpets
bargained for tbe following week.
Their whole aim is to sell as many
goods as possible. These carpets,
which are the only really cheap arti
cles they have (or rather have not) it
is needless to ay is only a dodge to
attract customers. They never visit
a town a second time to deliver car
pets or for any other purpose. This
place was worked by them on Monday,
though our people were teo shiewd to
purchase to any extent. It is safest
and best in tbe end to give all such
irresponsible parties a wide berth and
bny of your home dealers. Weeping
of the Rock Bluffs school for the
month ending May llth, 1883. The
following pupils were perfect in at
Names of pupils whose general aver
ge was vO per cent, in examination
Tbe June number of the North
American Review opens with an ar
ticle by Joseph Nimmo, Jr., chief of
the treasury bureau of statistics, on
"American Manufacturing Interests,"
in which is given a singularly full and
instructive historical sketch of the
rise and progress of manufactures in
the United Stages, together with a very
effective presentation of theirpresent
condition, and of the agency of tariff
legislation in promoting diversified
industries and encouraging the inven
tive eenius of the people. Should this
author's advocacy of protective legis
lation prove distasteful., the reader
finds the needed corrective in an arti
cle by the Hoa. Wm. M. Springer, on
Incidental Taxation," which is an
argument for free trade. D. C. Gil
man, president of Johns Hopkins
uuiversity, writes of the "Present As
pects of College Training." as effected
by the increase of wealth and luxury,
the developatnent of natural science
and the influence of a larger religious
liberty. Edward Self presents some
weighty considerations on tbe "Abuse
of Citizenship," as exhibited in the
machinations of the dvnamists against
a friendly power, in disregard of the
obligations of American neutrality.
Prof. Isaac L. Rice criticises some of
"Herbert Spencer's Facts and Infer
ence" in social and political science,
and Christine Nilson contributes "A
Few Words about Public Singing.
Finally, there is a symposium on "The
Moial Influence of the Drama." the
participants being, on one side, the
Rev. Dr. J. M. Buckley, well known a
an opponent of the stage, and on tbe
other, John Gilbert, the actor; A. M.
Palmer, theatrical manager; and Wil
liam Winter, dramatic critic. 50 cents
a number: $5 a year. Published at
30 Lafayette Place, New Yoric.
Rallroat for Hebron.
Mr. Editor: A few days since two
men came to Fairbury from PI atts
mouth, Neb., in tbe interest of the diag
onal railway, now being surveyed from
McGregor in northeastern Iowa, on
Mississippi river, across that state
throuhh Des Moines, Iowa,and through
Plattsmouth, Neb., to be extended
through Johnson, Gage, Jefferson and
Thayer counties in Nebraska. This
road is also to reach through Kansas to
the Southern Pacific railroad. The B.
& M. and U. P. railroads are playinsr
"hide and seek" with the people
ot Uebron; "now you see me and
now you don't;" it has that ap
pearance at least. Cannot the citizens
of Hebron have a meeting and decide
what they will do? We can afford to
vote bonds amounting to a good (s urn,
for the first road that comes, especially
an east and west road. The eastern
terminus of this road is near the
umber region, and not far from
tbe Minneapolis lumber mills. It
will cross the great trunk lines of
the B. & M. in Iowa, C. R. I. &
P., C. & N. W., and C. M. & St. P.,
and thus give us the benefit of the
competition of these rival lines. What
is your opinion, Mr. Correll?
The new railroad project spoken of
by our correspondent, is attracting con
siderable attention. Its advance agents
are receiving a hearty welcome all
along its proposed line. A glance at
the map will show that its route will
be through some of the richest agri
cultural reerion of the nation. Its pro
jectors wisely avoid adding another lo
the many almost parallel east and west
lines and mark out a new pathway
diagonally through the unexcelled
farming and grazing territory em
braced between the 42d and 33th par
allels of latitude in the Mississippi
and Missouri valleys.
The suggestion of our correspondent
as to calling a meeting is excellent. We
do not hesitate to advance the opinion
that this place will not get a railroad un
til its citizens 6how by their united aud
determined action that they will no
longer be deprived ot railroad facilities.
Whenever this spirit is manifested we
believe several roads will at once seekJ
to occupy this valuable territory. We
hope the call for a meeting, when issued,
will meet with a hearty response from
all interested. Hebron Journal.
Warrick is making a specialty oi
cigars from the cheap Tobies to the
very best. Try his new 6tock. 68-St.
Please remember that for the next
60 days you can get ereat bargains in
boots and shoes and clothinc, as I must
reduce my stock in those lines, with
out fail. 64dtf Jos. V. Weckb a err .
Sixth street, between Main and Pearl,
Plattsmouth, Nebr. Retitted and com
fortably furnished. Board by the day
or week. Meala 23 cents. Board by
week at r asonable rates. House com
fortably and pleasantly situated. Give
me a call. S. Weaver, Proprietor.
This is because we keep the
and just what the people want.
Onr prices are always at rock
hottom. Lead and Oil
fcr less than than
we can lay it
2s ow is the time to buy. YoursJ
Will J. "NVorrick.
(Successor to Mtreig-ht V Miller,)
1 brk from Main t extra 400
Improved citv real cstato in abun
dance. 1 can find what you wanfi in
tliii line if you will call and see me.
BusincHH houses and lota for sale
at much lower fl'rurcs than will ho
aked ix montliH hence, when tho dl
ag nul ia nn assured success. Do not:
, wuit till Ihe aJvance comes and then
coinplaiii ol your poor luck. . ,
fetorcs and dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
it' you don't see what you want- li
this column come and ask for It. IVb
probably missed just what you wanti
Orlice open nearly cverv evening from
Good new house and two flna lota
in good location price, C800.
W. S. WISE,
For Sale ! :.
X E I, Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
SE-J, Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13. .
S. W. Sec. 3, T. 12, R. 13.
nd N N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, Ii.
Peterson Bros. Sell
Best sugar cured hams at 15c.
Best breakfast bacon at 15c.
Best shoulders 11c.
-Best dried-beet 15c.
A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. R.
ME i HEAVY HARNESS.
A large ltne of
Saddles. Bridles, Collars, Whips, k
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly done
Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
O. M. STREIGHT, Business Manager,
v i Sm Mows. Mochanieal Manager. Tt
A nnle Taylor
John Archer -
Average daily attendance 46
Total number enrolled. 64
The Plattsmouth & South Western
railroad has lately organized, promi
nent citizens of Plattsmouth being the
incorporators. It is intended as an
extension or continuation of tbe
Diagonal road now building through
Iowa, and which Plattsmouth hopes to
capture. Sutton Register.
Quarterly meeting at the M. E.church
commences this evening -with a sermon
by Rev. Wilson. Love least . tomorrow
at 10 o'clock; Sacrament of therLord's
supper immediately after the sermon
For an evening of laugh and fun
witness Haverly's minstrels at tbe
Opera house tonight.
renrpueq...,..... . . o i ftnd y,, oguJ wrvicC1 throughout the
That the undersigned will have on
hand and for sale, 25,000 choice varieties
of Tomato plants; 50,000 late cabbage
plants, and 100,600 swkct potato
plants, after the 18th of May. - Leave
orders with A. Clark, P. J.' Hansen, and
Grace A Thierolf, or at my residence
on Ninth street.
sells tht, justly eelebredat RUSSELL
which embodies all the best features
of which art is master. Its excel-
celence is recognized by the
BODIES of BEST HUSLIN.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
E S. W. Sec. 34, T. 13,
E Lot 10, Block 28.
Si, " 9,
The above described farms
for sale on long time, with 7
cent, interest. Apply to
R. 13. WINDHAM,
CITY of PLATTSMOUTH
Valuable outlots for residence pur
feage's addition lies south-west
the city, and all lots are very easy
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
- Plattsmouth, Neb.
The Boscm of
spun linen. The
the best hand
fit and workman-
Made to ordea and
RETURN EVERY SHIRT that
does not please yon.
FOR SALE DY '
C. ZZ7. Wescott,
Sherwood'S, i i .3
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