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M KDTCI X K, 1'EUl UM Ell VS,
Oils, Faints, Rkusiikh,
Ami in fact everything contained in
a irrHt-clasH Drug btore. I're-
hcriptions carefully compound-
Competition met in
Coi:. .Main am Tiiii:i Sikkkts
S X 1 S O IX 9
FIRE INSURANCE GO'S:
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpool
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMKltlCAN EXTKESS CO..
WE M.S. FAK;0 & CO. EXPRESS.
ORIce in Hock wood Llock,
with Johnson Iron
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
ri:i:i ami S-e ilicatieiis will he carefully
carried out. and full attention will lo ;ivii a
to safely and durability.
i.i:sso.s o. imimix(;
in Oil, Water Ci-Iors, Crayon and J'eucil.
Ofiire over Si!.!inii & Nathan's store. Main St
Will liUV ami .SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opposite The Old Diike Building.
Plattsmouth. Feb. 1st, 188: 4Ctf.
CALL AT THE
H. A. WATERMAN S SON
Vhole.a!earid Ketall Dealer In
Fourth Street, in rear of Oitra House.
PLATTSMOUTH. - NEBRASKA
This beautiful three story brick structure, on
lower Mjid street. ha- Just beeu finished and
f.tted up for the accommodation of
TRA 2 SI EXT CUSTOMERS.
1 1 EC ULA II BO A II I)E R.S.
EVERY THING SEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar
lu connection with the
lit. FllElrfTtDOS. Propr.
A FIXE LINE OF
MEERSCHAU AND BRIAR PIPES
OK IMKFXT IMI'OKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
8 lally made for the letali t ltd only, at
I'UnUSHKD IAILT AND WEEKLY
lie Flaltsmontli Herald PnMisMni Co.
For City aud County directory, itailwuy Time
Tl)li. Telephone KxchaK Ituiiiif km Di
rectory. IJubIiicm Card Ac. see fourth page.
JEFF. L. STONE,
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display adrertlHonient" or chanif
In advertiHemenM mutt be handed la to the
haiiiiessofllco not later than 10 a. in. of the
ilny In which they are to be Inserted. Copy
for nay locals and itpcclal police s iiiuki te
handu'l iu before 3 p. in. each day to Insure in
sertion, il -M. HLSIINKI.I.,
A. KallNbury, Dcntlvt.
The first circus of the sea3on exhibits
at Om;iha to-day.
Childrcn'ti suits in
cheviot and linens at
Ilcrr Most inflicted the Omahogs
with one of his socialistic discourses
Jim Lynch, Tom Lee and John
ILoinaR, a trio ot tired tramps, were
run in by the police this morning and
were "iven a short time in which to
tramp out of town, nud t hey tramped.
Slitiifl livers went to Lincoln this
morning with Ed Everett. He will de-
posit Ed in the pen for a year, for the
fun he had with MctJuire a short time
The Plattsmouth base ball associa
tion will hold a meeting at the Council
Chamber to-night to perfect arrange
ments for playing ihc Omaha club Wed
nesday. A full attendance is desired.
Capt. Palmer today sold to Gen. F.
E. Urown his thoroughbred Jersey calf,
six weeks old, tor one hundred dollars.
This is certainly au extraordinary price
for juvenile cow and prospective
Conundrum Why do the people of
Plattsmouth Ikivc to pay from 25 to 75
rents more to witness the same enter
tainment than au other town in the
The G. A. II. meets at the court
house Wednesday evening to complete
the arrangements for memorial day ex
crcirics and transact important business
connected with uniforms. A full at
tendance is desired.
It is nrettv eirlv in the season for
j'ounir birds to make their appearance,
but a little Itobbin wa3 born Saturday
at John Bobbins' house, and John with
out Kohbin auylMRly of their own says
they are going to keep it.
The boys who went to Omaha Satur
day to witness the performance of
"liiffalo's Bull's" Wild West, arc loud in
their praises of the exhibition, and pro
nounce it full of novelty a.ud excitement.
It is estimated tnat there were 10,000
or l-.uou people m auenuance.
Fred. Gorder has just received a car
load ot t he celebrated Champion
binders and reapers from the manufac
turers at bpnugfield, Ohio, t red pro
poses to wear the belt in the binding
contests this coming harvest, and it
testimonials amount to anything he cer
tainly has the right machine.
The police are after the cow bells,
which follow a number of town cows
around. Cow bells are pretty good
things to have in the family but are
not verv musical instruments in the
still hours of the night when people
rmnarallv linvo rAtirorl to roar.. ThrA
is an ordinance regulating the matter
which will be enforced.
Constable Geo. Laverty, of Louisville,
came in this morning, having in charge
Pat. Dalton, a hoodlum about fourteen
years old, who was arrested for stealing
i' a - f . T r
a watcu iroin a. u. tjore. Jie was
taken before Squire Cleghorn, where he
plead guilty to the charge of petty lar-
cen, and was sentenced, to ten days in
in the county jail.
As near as can be ascertained the ed
itorial excursion will arriye here on the
24th about 8 o'clock, and the length of
time tlipv remain will deneud some
what upon the action of tne citizens re
garding their entertainment etc. bo
to the meeting tonight at the court
house and help make proper arrange
ments for the occasion.
The net proceeds of Eli Perkins'
lecture was 860 which is for the bene
fit of the Workingmen's Benevolent
and Relif society. We congratulate
the society on their success and the
people of Plattsmouth in so liberal a
patronage to so worthy an object. We
hope the society will entertain us
often and that they may have abund
ant success in their laudable object.
R. T. Scott, of Pawnee county, last
week finished shearing his thorough
bred sheep. From over 100 lambs and
all, the yield was 1,630 pounds, an
average, leaving out the lambs, of oyer
sixteen pounds to the clip. The heav
iest fleece weighing twenty eight and.
an eichth pounds, and was obtained"
from a buck weighing "about 125
pounds. He will not shear his large
llock of grades until latr. Tecumseh
Geo. E. Dovey, administrator of the
estate of E G. Dovey, vs. J. S. Cooley,
is on triai before Judge Johnson in the
county rourt. The action is brought on
note made in 1879 by defendant to plaiu
tills given for the eale of a horse The
controversy arises because of a clause
in the cote stating that the right of
property remained in the plaiutiif until
I he note should be paid and before pay
ment the horse died, hence a refjsal on
the part of defendant to pay. The
amount in coutrovcrsy is $30. Sullivan
Sz Wooley for plain tiff. Crites & Ramsey
The Ilaveriy troupe played to a very
fair audience Saturday night, and as a
dog 6how it was pretty good. It was
better than the average minstrel show.
The orchestra was a line one, and, the
singing wa excellent. The song and
dance quartette were good, as was also
the whistling and bone business. The
principal feature of the entertainment,
however, was the rformunce of the
trained dags, which was truly- wonder
ful. The only objectionable feature in
entertainment was the indulgence of
personalities, which, whihj it may have
pleased a portion of the audience, weie
of such a nature as to make them al
most odious to the greater number.
Uavcrley's entertainments J are always
popular, and always draw good houses.
"Prverance Through Faith."
, An epitome of , the discourse delivered
by Rev. Air. Lombard,of Kossuth,Iowa
in the hm Presbyterian church bun-
day, May 20., -
Tkxt I.uke 18-1 to ft terse.
1. And heiKjkc a parable unto them to this
end that men ought always to pray and not to
2. haying. There was lu the city a judge
who irarea noi tioa, neitner rejrarueu iu.ii.
3. " And there waa a widow In that city ; and
Mie came unto iiitu bavlnn. A veuve me ol iuv
4. And he would not for a while, but after
ward he said wlthiu lilmsoif. Though 1 fear not
uuu nor regaru man ;
a. et ixcane turn widow trouoietn me.
will avenue her, least by her contluual cooilng.
ane weary me.
6. And the Lord said. Hear what the uniast
Judge aaith. ' - -..-.
7. And Hhall nut Ciod aveuire his own elect.
wnicn cry diiy and niuut unto him. though us
bear ions with them.
8, I tell you that he will avenge thent'speed-
rtevertheleii when the son vf man coinetn
snail he And faith on the earth
The parable is a picture framed from
the limes when our savior lived, it is
a picture of the time under Roman rule.
Hie judge mentioned in the text is
beyond being moved by the wants uud
hopes of man or the fear of (rod. Of
lice with him is u source of private em
olument. On our iudrre's benches of
today we scarcely sue such a paragoa of
selfishness. Iu Roman times men sought
office for money and official careers
were marked by all manner of crimes
while honesty and justice became vic
tims to the spoils system".
in this parable a judge is pictured
who holds his position by barter
and sale, and we find treachery and in
justice rampant. Where rulers are
ungodly mea no wonder they hold per
nicious sway, it a man oe untrue to
God he can scarcely be expeeted to be
true to himself. In this city mention
ed, there was a widow without a
friend. Her mind 'was in distress
through divers annoyance. She came
to this Judge and he had no help for
her, but she could not take a denial for
an answer So she came repeatedly,
and so often that he at length solilo
quized with himself: ' I have no fear
of God nor do I recognize man." But
lest she weary me I will acceed to her
The parable thus teaches a lesson of
persistence, and in Christian work this
is ever a lesson to us. e, as nrist-
iaiis. are strong and esteemed. The
widow was the opposite; she appeared
to an unjust Judge; we to the King of
Kings. She sccceeded through per
sistence. Our king is the all powerful,
meek, loving and ready to answer.
What encouragement there is for us to
pray when we contrast tne wiuow s
position with ours, tier petition was
for temporary relief and it was an
swered; ours is for eternal help, if we
but petition. She found no sympathy
tor her wrongs; a disgraceful official
career had uiindea tue sympatny oi
the Judge, but despite it all she ap
proached him and laid her wrongs be
How much more can we approach
the great Judge of all and lay our tri
als and troubles before him. He never
closes his compassion. Like as a fath
er pitieth his children, so he pities us.
He remembers that we are nut dust.
Suffering" upon suffering, trial upon
trial, may fall upon us, God never tor-
gets us. lie will never leave us or for
sake us; His affection never ceases,
not to us. He stands ready to hear
our petitions; He is pledged to our
support. Why did she, a poor widow,
continue to lay her case before an un
just Judge, amid repeated refusals t
She must have help, and she had no
other recourse, so she pleaded upon
bended knee until the strong hearted
Judge heard and yielded. How much
more hope have we to succeed in our
appeals before God in persistence, un
til help comes. Jacob of old was in
deep trouble; he was, humanely speak
ing, alone ; he had no help
but through his God, and he
felt bis full sense of dependence
was upon God, so he wrestled through
the night in prayer and his persistence
spoken in the memorable words, "I
will not let Thee go," was rewarded.
Out of one thought grew the great
Fulton street prayer meetings and
through the persistent prayers of the
missionary. It wa3 the persistent
prayers of John Knox that brought de
liverance to Scotland. He who per
sists in whatever he undertakes is cer
tain to succeed in every field. Prayer
is our great medium with God and
whatever is worth our prayers is worth
our persistence until it is secureu.
Our prayers may meet with delayed
answers but like tLe judges denial it
need be no sign of unrecognition.'1
God's time is not our time. God's de
lay is a test of our faith ; faith grows
strong by waiting upon God in prayer.
We want a faith that will stand all
tests and such a faith is born of delay
rather than baste and it 'comes from
waiting upon God in prayer. Storms
and tempests in life are but to
strengthen; God's delay is a lesson to
us in persistence and patience and the
lesson of the parable is true persistence
which to the Christian will be a road
way of triumph.
Best 1400 Pacific lawns at 12c per
yard, sold elsewhere at 15, at Fred Her
The Workingmen's Benevolent and
Relief Society on Saturday filed arti
cles of incorporation in the count7
clerks office. The object of the society
is mutual benefit and assistance to the
members of tie organization. The in
corporators are Peter Unnrahan, W. B.
Short, II, Kneller, W F. Crabill, D. B.
Smith, Frank Nieman, J. McWilliams,
E. S. Greusel, James Ritchie, Charles
McCralg, A. J. Doherty, C. A. Pnntz,
John Young, Wm. B. Allis, W. II. Rus
sell, John Wayman, A. Adams, Henry
Marten, C. J. llotltnann, Jouis Uurn-
wood, Geo. Lntking, A. C. Frv, A. G.
Philby and Geo. B. Grant. The offi
Master workman, W .' B. Short.
Asst. master workman, L. Burn wood.
Chief clerk, J. McWilliams.
Asst. ' D.B. Smith.
Paymaster, Geo. Tuxbury.
Time keeper, Fred Kamge.
Gate " John Wayman.
Trustees. John Wayman, James
Ritchie and John. Young. .
Two thousand yards of dress geods
at 15c per yard, cannot be matched in
this city under 25c, at Herrmann's. -
G. A. R.
; McConnohie Po3t, G. A. R., met
Saturday evening at their headquarters
to receive reports of committees upon
decoration exercises, to be held ou the
30th inst. The committees reported
that the arrangements were well under
way, that the different organizations in
Plattsmouth had signified their inten
tion of participating : in the . memorial
exercises, and also' that, an oration for
the occasion had beeu secured .
Andrew P. Simpson and Miss Emma
Bates 'were married, at Ed. Frazier's,
Saturday evening, by Justice New
. . .
I saoda cloths in airih"enaleT"rtiaaeT-arT'-,-7-'r
r m.-?'. , ..... I 73d&wtf -
i' -- ' 'Cs - .fr-j..-sM.-v-..
.Mrs. Lou 31. Hays went to Omaha to
spend the day.
Frank Keller the druggist wout to Om
aha ou business.
A. B. -Todd and brother Fred went to
Omaha this morning on business and
pleasure, . . ......
Billy Place and wife went to Palmy
ra to visit Mrs. l'.'s friends at the old
W. C. Reynolds and
two jolly Weeplug Waterboys, spent
Sunday in the city. . i
John iohl the jeweler of Nebraska
City, came up Saturday ..nix hi and re
mained oyer Sabbath. 1 -; ' r
W. S. Stretch, or the surveyor gener
al's office went to his home at Falls
City merning. -
Frank heeler and Mr. Blundell re- ,
turned to the University today, it
was hard to part, but such is life.
Miss Lulu Clark, of Lincoln, re
turned home today, after making a
pleasant visit with friends in Platts
George b. Morrison, the engineer
who constructed the B. fc M. bridge at
this place, went to Denver this morn
ing in special car.
Sile" Greenslate is in town today
He is neither telling stories nor sing
in; songs; it is purely a matter of
dollars and cents.
Ed. Hutchison and wife, of Ashland.
brother in-law of C. II. Parmele, spent
Sabbath in the city, and returned to
their home thie morning.
Geo. Ballentine,of Denver, general
stock agent for the B. & M. in Ne
braska, was In the city yesterday; con
sulting with C. II. Parmlee, Dr. Black
aud other stock men of Plattsmouth.
Charles Marshall, of Syracuse, Neb., a
nephew of Harrv llollister and an old-
time Plattsmouth boy, with his family
are visiting friends in the citj
David Laufcrty,ofNew York, nephew
of Elson the clothier, spent Sabbath in
the city and left this morning for Min
neapolis and St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. " P. Young started
last evening over the C, B. & Q. to
visit the parents of Mrs. Y., and a
brother of Mr. Y. at Queen City, Mo.,
where they will celebrate their fifth
Charley Nichols, who is superintend
ent of the public buildings now in pro
gress of erection at Glen wood, la., went
over this morning to assume command
of the 'workmen engaged.
Sam Barker came in Saturday night
from Lincoln, having shipped twenty
car loads of cattle to Chicago market.
This makes more than one hundred
and twenty cars which he has shipped
during the past three weeks.
Hon. F. E Brown, Adjutant General
of the G. A. R., on the staff of Grand
Commander Vandervoort, with head
quaiters at Omaha, spent Sabbath in
the city, calling on our G. A. TL. boys.
He has also been appointed special
agent for the Home Insurance compa
ny for the State of Nebraska.
Mrs. Kennedy, of Aurora, 111, a
niece of Mrs. White and Mrs. Rock
wood.who has been visiting iu the city,
left this morning for San Francisco.
She was accompanied as far aa Omaha
by her aunts and with them Master
Tom Chapman who expects to invest in
a second hand buffalo if he can induce
Buffalo Bill to dispose of one.
Billy Chambeis came in from Chica
go this morning, whither he had gone
on business He was lucky enough to
be able to witness a game of ball be
tween the Bostons and Chicagoes. He
is a littlo down hearted for the Platts
mouth boys, as he don't think they
could compete with either club; but
is consoled, somewhat that they can
lay out the Omaha 44 Coons."
Rev. Mr. Lombard, who occupied
Mr. Baird's pulpit on yesterday, and
wife, who is a niece of Dr. John Black
departed this morning for San Fran
cisco, where he goes to take charge of
a congregation. - Mr., Lombard, al
though a young man in the sacred pro
fession, evinces great, earnestness, and
we doubt not will do great good in the
master's vineyard. He was accom
panied as far as Omaha by Dr. Black,
and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ruffner.
.. Lost Ills Speech.
The name of Uncle Bobby Mitchell
is as familiar, to the people of this city
as household words, and those who
anow the old gentleman will be sorryf
to learn that he has lost his power of
speech. He says that he got up yester
day morning quite early feeling much
better than he . had for several days
past; he ate a hearty breakfast, and
then went to the stable to attend to
his pony. From 8 o'clock until 11 he
was walking about the business part
of the city attending to some constable
business. Shortly after 11 o'clock he
returned home, and discovered for the
first time that he was ' speechless.
Yesterday afternoon he was attending
to his duties as constable at the fair
grounds and those who.- saw- him
galloping about the grounds after
the' hoodlums "who had gained
admission without 'paying, by
jumping over the fence, little thought
that the poor old fellcw could not ar
ticulate. He" wrote on a piece of pa
per to Sheriff Ensign, that he' lost his
speech about 11 o'clock that morning,
and Tip to that time he had been unable
to speak.' Otherwise, he said, he was
feeling much better than usual.
He certainly has the sympathy of
thia people in his great affliction.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
The June number . has the usual
abundant supply of charming, interest
ing and instructive reading, fully justi
fying its claim to be among the best,
as it is the cheapest magazine in exist
ence. O. W. Riggs has a fine article,
"The Port of New York";' N Rob
inson, one descriptive of St. Paul's
Cathedral"; A. S. Southworth con
tributes Guatemala." Noel Ruthven,
"Ancient and Primitive Kitchens.
An " article on " Sponges " is particu
larly interesting and instructive. The
above are profusely illustrated. There
are several illustrated stories, sketches
etc- and a continuation of the serial,
" The Beautiful Countess of Clair ville,"
Some admirable . poems, paragraphs.
anecdotes, etc., are 1 scattered through
out this remarkable publication, to
gether with handsome embellishments.
and a colored frontispiece, " The Un
willing -Model.- A single copy is 25
cents only ; 83 a year, sent post paid
Address, Mas. Frank Leslie, Pub
lisher, 53, 55 and 57 Park Place, New
York.-1. - --?.' -
August SclirrcJeT Frjd'Jy filed his pe
tition - lu - the ' district - court clerk's
office for damages in .'the : sum of 6,000
from Michael W aucu,tbe palnon keeper.
It will be remembered that some
time last winter. Sxhxocdcr 'was .ai
Walienz'splace qdite late and some
difficulty arose between himself and
the barkeeper, which" led to his being
forcibly ejectedand In the course of the
mclce had Jiis'lerr broken., bchrocder
claims that he was-thrown out and had
his leg broken by the fall.antl Wallem
claims that they ''had "bcetr scrubbing
out and that Bhtoeder slipped and fell
ou the floor nd I mis irdnred himself;
At all erenta an ininry 'was-received
and now sunns brought under the pro-'
visions of theHIocmniIaw,th damages
being liid at I5.000.' '-'
This is the first case of 'the kind ever
broucht to Omaha, but not the first In
cbrafika, Omaha Bee:
Brocade dress goods and lace bunt
ings reduced to 15c per vard, former
price 25c at Fred Heruiann's.
Turn Out! Turn Out!
The citizens of Plattsmouth are re
quested to meet at the old court houfo
THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock, to
consider the best means of entertaining !
the editorial excursion, which will ar
rive iu Plattsmouth on the merning of
tho 24th. Let everybody turn out.
Advertisement under thl head, three cents
per line each Insertion.
MONEY TO LOAN-Ou real estate
van St. Woolev.
tf TCOK RENT A furulelied room corner Moth
A. and Elm street, l'-ixiuire of Mrs. Levinua.
lOKKENT A guod Iioum) In good location
a in this citv. liKiuire of It. fc. Calmer or
J. W. JenningH.
riOK RENTERS Look at Wine's ad. and es-
nechLllv the half ucre lots and the terms.
I?OR SALE An oraer for a new American
-- yewlnjj Machine. Inquire at this oillce.
TOR SALE An order for a Fish Bros., park
cart, lnouire at tnld office.
I'OR SALE l.ooo cords of wood.
W. 8. Wise.
FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this office
at 40 cents per hundred or 5 cent per doz
TOR SALE Fonr lots together In eeod loca-
A t ion in this eitv. Innuire at thia office tf
l?OR SALE A good sodawates generator can
be bought cheao. Will
Elve choice be
tween a large and small one. t erms and price
made known on application. uti
SMITH K BLACK BROS.
FOUND On a cow, a high-keyed bell. The
owner can redeem his property by calling
ana paying lor tnis notice. z-li.
IjOUND A folding key In a railroad coach In
this city. Owner can find it at this oftlce.
TOUND A bunch of keys on Chicago avenue
Owner can cet same oy caiiiiiir at tuts of
fice and paying for this notice. 47tf.
WANTED Day boarders at
Restaurant. The best
of board at
reasonable terms. 7i-dti.
WANTED Bv the first of June, a first-class
house of 5 or 6 rooms, in good location.
I eave word with J. D. Simpson. Wells. Fargo
& Co express office. 7itf
117" A-n TED John Bauer has leased the Stohl-
' man place, corner of 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to accommodate lhe public in the
way of boarding and lodging oy the week or
month.. 40iul .
WANTED Fifteen hundred tame pigeons
delivered in Lincoln, Nebraska, at once.
W Ul pay $1.50 per dozen delivered at your de
pot. . It. H. Connor,
C4ti secy. Lincoln sportsmen's jiud.
Parasols and fans. The largest and
most complete assortment at Fred.
Those Tobies 2 for 5 cent
3t. rick's take the cake.
Bremuer's Crackers at Wirckbach's.
White goods. A large and varied
assortment at Herrmann's,
Wanted. Everybody to Know
That after this date I will jsell my en
tire stock of carpets, .consisting of
forty-three different desirable patterns
AT PRIME COST. Call ana ex
amine. ' Jos. V. Weckbach.
- May 8th, 1883.- 64-dtf
Lewyn and Martin's 5 and 10 cent
cigars for sale at Warrick's. 3t.
Nuns veiliugs,buutintings,cash meres,
sboda cloths in all the latest shades at
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umn in this paper, you may find just
what you want. 39ti
Bremner's Crackers at Bennett &
We will Sell Any Goods at
Prices Below Those Quoted by
Wi J. WARRICK.
The laigest line of black silks ever
shown in this city at nerrmau's.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers every time. Take no other.
Please 'remember that fot the next
GO days you can get great bargains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I must
reduce my stock in those lines, with
out fail. f64dtf 1 Jos. V. Weckbach.
Carpets 1 Carpets! We. will not .be
undersold by anybody.- Come and
convince yourselves. Fred Herrman.
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. It
Cox's. : -...... 54d&wlmo
: v Sheriffs Sale, v.v '
Bv virtue of an order of sale. Issued by W. C.
Snowalter, clerk of the District court, within
and for Caes county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the 2d day of June, A. D., 1883,
at 1 o'clock, p. m of said day, at the south
door of the cou:t house, in the City of Platts-
raonth. in said county, sell at public auction
the following personal property, to-wlt :. One
pair of horses, stock of potatoes, fruits, seed,
meats and provisions. The same being levied
upon and taken aa the property of James M.
Woodson, defendant : to satisfy a Judgment of
said court record.by I'axton t JaUagher. plain-
tins. V -j - . -v t . . , !
. K. w. liXEKS. Sheriff Can Co., sen.;
, . , ByiL McElwain. Deputy
Plattsmouth. Neb.. May 21st. A. !.. isi..
State A Monroe Sts.. Chicago.
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The best yeast infuse, "received, fresh
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
"mornings. Trade supplied by ; '
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1 sells the justly clebredat RUSSELL
which embodies all the best features
of which irt is master. Its cxcel
eelence is recognized by the
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Bosom of the best hanl-
spun linen. Tho fit :md woikman
ship unexcelled. Made to onli-a and
Satisfaction Gntee I
RETURN EVERY SHIRT
does not please you.
FOR SALE BY
EXCLUSIVE AC EXT,
ASK THE PEOPLE
where they purchubed their new
and the great majority will answer
This is because we keep the
and just what the people want.
Our prices are always at rock
. bottom. Lead and Oil
for less than than
we can lay it
.Now is the time to buy. Yours
"Will J. Worrick. .
OSueecBSor to Htrelght St Miller.)
FINE $ HEAVY HARNESS.
A large line of '
Saddles. Bridies, Collars, Wi &c.
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly don
. ., sort notice. . , .
Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth, .
O. M. 8TRF.IGHT. Business Manager. -v
Sim mons. Mechanical Manager. 7t
BOOTS AND SHOES.
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! Law and collection business proton
0y attended to at this office aud pro '
cceds remitted without delay.".
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
l If thcro is any thing we do make a
specialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several lino. farms aud
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they now pay for house rent.
. Six cholco half aero lots, 8 minutes
from R. R. shops, at from $80 to $16
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say he did not own
a house. Como aud sec, you are not
compelled to buy aud wo wont give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Five aero lot mile from city for
$250 part on time.
Kleven acre lot i rnllo from fclty
for $550 this is extra lino.
.Some good city property or out lots
for trade for hor horses or cattle.
Ten acres for $ 500 00
" " " 600 00
" ' " 750 00
" " 2500 00
Several small tracts well improved
and adjoining the city, for sale at
i 40 acres, wild $ COO 00
80 " improy'd 1 GOO 00
ICO " 5000 00
200 " 6200 00
210 " " GOOO 00
Finest ntoek farm In Cus county
$1C0(0, long time and low rate ot In
terest. 1C0 acres, wild $3200 "
80 " 1200
1C0 iw res, wild, Rep. V'y (cash) $100
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (cheap) 100
3 " " " 176
3 44 ' 150
2 44 44 450
4 44 " 44 175
2 4 " " 15
N. Cth street (fine) 300
Picnic Hill " 200
Washington aye4' 350
1 bl'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real cstato in abun
dance. I can find what you want in
this liuo if you will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will be
asked six mouths hence, when tho di
agonal is an assured success. Do not
wait till the advance comes and then
complain of your poor luck.
btores and dwellings rented aud for
rent, rents promptly collected.
it you don't see what you want Iu
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably misised iust what vou want.
Office open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots
in good location price, 8800.
W. S. "WIS2S.
For Sale !
N E , Sec. 3, T. 12, II. 13.
S E y Sec. 3, T. 12, Jl. 13.
S. W. , Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
and NJ N. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, R.
E S. "W. Sec. 34, T. 13, R. 13
E , Lot 10, Block 28.
" 7 &9, " 23. .
S I, 9, 11.
The above described farms are
for sale on long time, with 7 - per
cent, interest. Apply to
R. 13. "WINDHAM,
Piatts hoath, Nab
CITY of PLATTSMOUTII
Valuable outlots for residence pur
poses, 'y '
- Sage's addition . lies south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy of
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars' call on
E. SAGE. ProVr,
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SAGITS HARDWARE STORE.
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