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Oils, 1'aints, Hklhues,
A Full jiiiorTrii.HMCM
Aii'l in fuel everything contaiued iu
ii first-class Hrug .Store. Pre
criitins carelully compound
ed. Competition met in
Coi:. Main axi Third Stkkktb
I 'L ATTSMO UT11 , N EI J.
SECOND HAND GOODS.
Will BUY and SELL all kindB of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
Opvoxite The Old Duke Building.
Plattsmouth. Feb. 1st, 1883 4Ctf.
I L'liLISHKI) DAILY AXU WEEKLY
The PlattsMtli Herald PlisMn Co.
for City and Count v Hirfi tory, lUilwAy Tlir.e
TI1.". Telephone Excfi.iDK Ruiiif:i Di
rectory, Bnnlnc.r Cauls Sc., ce lourtli p;ur".
JEFF. I STONE, - City Editor.
Notice to Advertisers.
I'oiiy for ilixptay atlvirtisiniient r Iihii'"
In ailviTtlseinenti mint le 1iiium1 iu to tlie
business onice not later than V :t. in. of the
day In which thev are to l liiwrtrd. Cony
for pay I oral and special rntiees imiHt ho
hmwl:-l in before 3 p. in h'1i l:tv to insure m
serlion. H M. Lou ski.i..
A. Salisbury, Ilt iillht.
The new Uniforms for the police are
The baB! ball meeting announced for
hist evening didn't meet, or if tliey did,
didn't do anything.
As a propounder of conundrums.
Andy McLaughlin takes the cake
frosting and all.
There will be aG. A. II. meeting at
the Court House tonight. A full at
Anothercow bell was captured today.
Thccccow bells will be attended to by
the police just as long as they continue
to be nuisances.
The match game of base ball be
tween the Omaha " fellah's " and the
Plattsniouth nine occurs at the Fair
Grounds tomorrow afternoon.
CALL AT THE
The State Journal says that Hon. T.
M. Marquette leaves today for Denver
to attend to a law suit for John Fitzger
ald, involving something like $100,000.
Jacob Ii. Vallery comes in this morn
ing and reports his corn planted in
April, has all come up and is growing
as well as could be expected. He says
it is true the corn looks, a little yellow,
but then he planted tho yellow kind.
The ease of Mrs. Dunstan vs E. Ros-
I enbauai for damages for selling Dun
stan lhjuor, is being tried in the county
court this afternoon. Sullivan & Wool
ey, attorneys for plaintiff, aud Snail h &
Becson and W. S. Wise attorneys for dc
i. A. WATEBH4N & SON.
Who' ,iW ami Uelall Dealer in
Fourth street. In rear of Oyera House.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA
This beautiful three story brick structure, on
lower Maid btreet, ha jnst been finished and
fitted up for the accommodation of
EVERY THIK5 HE AND CLEAN
A GOOd Bar I-eo.necU with th.
FRED GOOS. Propr.
From a private lette r received jrom
Burlington today, we learn that there
is talk of a postponement of the Iowa
semi-centennial celebration to be held
at Burlington, beginning June 1st, on
accouat of the sudden appearance there
of small pox.
The Herald invites attention to its
system of special advertising which is
already attracting much attention and
lives all opportunity to advertise their
"wants, "snles anil "c or ueni ai a
figure fo low that any and all can afford
to place them before tho public.
A hunting party were out on the
I'latte bottoms yesterday afternoon,
and report good shooting, but only
brought one little duck home, that one
was probably reared to death. They
shot more but couldn't liud them.
There will be a special meeting of
tho citv council tonight. The princi
pal object of the meeting is to tak
action on tho report of the committee
' on streets, alleys and bridges, in re
gard to improvements to te inaue cn
Fifth street, at the corner of Main.
Captain Hi niiitt went to Ashland
hist night to atten 1 to r al estate bus
iness. John W. Barnes takes a tour over
thfB. fc M. through tin southwest to
be goiHV some weeks-
J. E. Morrison Esq goes to La I'latte
today to attend legal business iu that
ciiy with the euphonious name.
Dr. Thomas and wife of Weeping
Water, came in this morning to pay
a v Wit to their relatives in this city.
S, J Byers, chief of police of Lin
coln, passed through the city this
morning on li is way home from avis
it in Indiana.
Harve Carper, of Weeping Water,
the venerable hog drover of that vil
lage, went to Chicago this morning
with six cat loads of 140') lb. bullocks.
A. B. Smith and Lafo Gil more, the
champion town makers of Nebraska,
go to York today to make a little New
York in tho suburbs of that thriving
Mrs. Hutchinson of Ashland, sister
of C. H. Parniele. returned to hwr home
this morning. Mrs. II. is in ill health
and is under treatment with Dr. Liv
ingston. Miss Gtissie Minor, sister of
"Jack" came down with him from
Omaha this morning, making her
first visit to Platlsmouth, and will re
turn this evening.
Joe Ford with his company of roof
artists got to Glenwood this morning
to counteract the influence of the ele
ments on th8 roofs of that antiquated
village. Give the people a coat as well
Hon. John C. Watson, of Nebraska
City, passed through the ciiy last
night on his way to Omaha to attend
United States court. John looks well
and feels happy although ho still holds
the fort of bachelordom.
Jimmy Donnelly came from Crom
well last night, where the Cromwellites
prorogued his session of parlimeut,
fearing he would appoint himself die
tator for life over the goods and for
tunes of one of their fair daughters.
Miss Claiindft Thompson, who has.
been visiting friends aud relatives
in the cit3, lor the past two or three
weeks, returned to her home in Mal
vern, la., this morning.
Loran Davis takos the. advice of
tho "late lamented" and goes west to
the Republican Valley to grow up
with the butlalt) grass of Furnas
James Pettee, the music dispen
ser of Platlsmouth, shouldered his
harp of Zion and will hang it on the
willow trees of Burt county, until his
spoilers will call for mirth when he
will make them happy by disposing
of several Mason fc Hamlin organs.
Mrs. John Tewksberry, of Weep
iuT Water, formerly of Plattsmouth,
is in the city visiting old time frie ids
and acquaintances. She says .she
has a warm place in her heart for
Plattsmouth, and that twelve months
shall not pass without a visit from
Hastings gets the editorial excursion
on Friday afternoon for two hours.
Nebraska City would like to have it
come down there, kut as they don't
stop at flag stations, tho Nebraska City
falks will hare to be content with
smelling their breath as it is wafted
down the Missouri. We drink, and
The delegation to Omaha tins
morning was composed of Miss Liz
zie Sehildknccht, Miss Brantner,
Miss Ilenrahan, Mrs. Dr. Livingston
Mrs. Fred Latham, 3Irs. Morgan
Waybright and Mrs. Mosee. They
will make a raid on the spring l.on
net factory and other mantau makers
establishments to the great satisfac
tion of their Hubbysand Papas.
SOUTH BEND LETTER.
SorTU Bend, Neb.. May 21, 1SS3
Our Justice's court is kept
About forty of tho business men and
citizens assembled til the coutt house
last evening to perlict arrangements for
the editorial excursion which arrives in
I'lattfinouth ThtirKlay morning. Mr.
Carruth, president of the board of trade
was elected chairman and Mayor Smith
secretary. Mayor Smith stated thcob-1
ject of ih meeting, alter which an ex
ecutive committee was chosen consist
ing of Geo S Smith, S M Chapman, C
W Shtrmni, 1) II Wheeler, F E White,
F Carruth, J E Morrison, II M Bush
uell.JosA (Conner, S P Vanatta and
J V Wcckbach to prepare a programme.
The committee held a consultation and
reported the following committees:
A committee consisting of Dr. Liv
ingston, A W McLaughlin, S M Chap
man, I) II Wheeler, F E White.J C Mor
rM' ey, J A Connor J E Morris m, C W
Sherman, F Carruth and J A MacMur
phy to go over to Pacitic Junction, meet
the party and escort them into the c ity.
A reception committee was chosen
consisting of Mayor Smith, A N Sulli
van, Prof Drummoud, U V Mathews, S
P Vanatta, II M Bushnell, It II Wind
ham. Judge Newell, J W Jennings, J
M Patterson, J W Johnson, C 11 Par
mole, M Ii Murphy, J W Marshall, J M
Waterman, M A Ilurtigan, J B Strode,
E H Wooicy, B Elson, S 1 Maver,G E
Dovey, Wm Ikrold, W1I Baker, John
R Cox, F Hermann, W H dishing, A
W McLaughlin, A W White, John
Black, F S White, M Schnellbaeher, (r
W Clutter, A W dites, I A Campbell,
Alien Bvcsoa, Alex .Mcintosh,.! I) Simp
son, L J) Bennett, J II Fairfield, Henry
M Boiis and John Waymmi.
A committee on carriages anil con
veyances consisting of W 1 Janes, C M
Holmes, Ambrose Patterson, J W Shan
non and J A MacMurphy.
Committee on music F (Jordcr, P B
Murphy, D B Smith, M O'Connor and J
Committee on decoration P B Mur
phy, C Ballard and J Lohnes. On mo
tion the decoration was also constituted
a linance committee.
The programme is to have the baud
in uniform at the depot on the arrival
of the train, to furnish boidc of their
excellent music. The mayor will make
an address welcoming the visitors to
cur city and tendering them the free
dom of t lie same. After which the
visitors will be shown the principal
points ot interest in fcnd around the
the town. The mayor will confer with
. the superintendent of the B. & M. re
garding the backing of the train clown
to the shops instead of trying to get
there with carriages. The meeting ad
journed until Wednesday evening at 7 :S0
to report progress,
Through Cars to San Francisco.
The Pullman party, including George
M Pullman, whose arrival on Sunday
was noted yesterday, left on tho Denver
train last night, it being held for over
an hour to allow t he business on hand
ta be completed. They go from hero to
Denver, and thence to San l-rancisco,
from where they expect to return iu
about two weeks.
As intimated in the Bi-e, the visit
west concerns some very important bus
iness, including contracts about to be
concluded with the Union. Central and
Southern Pacific roads.
Being questioned as to the result of
his visit l ore and conference with Presi
dent Dillon and other U. P. officials,
Mr. Pullman said to a Bee reporter that
at this stage of the negotiations he
could not make their full nature public,
but would probably be able to do so on
It is thought, howeyer, that among
the objects sought to be accomplished
is the running of the Pullman sleep
ers through from Omaha to Saa Fran
cisco without change. Heretofore the
Central Pacific has run its own sleep,
ers, but if they conclude a contract
with the Pullman company, the trans
fer at Ogden will be done away wiilu
and the cars leaving this point wil,
make the long run of over 2,fiOQ miles
from the Gate City to the Golden Gate
without the'passengers having to both
er with a transfer half way out.
course the riatte Valley bank had to
uialce good their obligation, and hand
ed over $1,800. thinking Lhmnu whs a
curious customer, but fetill having do
suspicions but that the draft was good.
The Marquette banker had bandy left
tho village before a messenger hoy
brought iu a telegram stating that the
draft was a forgery. A reward of f-JOO
is oflcrcd for I.shtuan's nrrrt-t. Lincoln
Advertisements under tlilf head, three cenl
per line each Insertion.
Tl OMivTu LOAN lii'iuii
of It. II.' Wl.id-
VI ON KY TO LOAN
van & Wuoley.
Ou real estate ly
1 'Oil RENT A furiiinhcd room corner Ninth
and Elm r-tieet. Kii'iuue of Mi. l-evins.
FOR RKKT A hous lnvuiie of R. Ii. Windham.
1,VJK RENT A Bond liou-e in good 1
In tiiiH ciiy. Inijuiiu of II. K. l
J. Vf . Jf lllllllL'C
L'OR RENTERS- Look at Wife's ad. and es-f-
peeially the half aero, lots aud the terms.
r01t NA LE An order for a new Ameiican
A- ewinB Machine. Inquire at thhulllce.
IOR SALE An order for a t'is'.i Rros., paik
cart. Inquire at thin onlee.
I.OK SALE 1.000 cords of wood.
- V. S. Wise.
I70R SALE Old iKifrn for sal.
-- al -10 cents per hundred or 0 cents per do
it tliis ofl)oe
t;oi; a ii
IjHMt SALE Four lots together in gnnd loca
tion iu this ciiy. Inquire at this olllee tf
I OR SALE A pood sodawatr generator can
ho liouuht cheap. Will rive choice Lc
1 1 ecu :i l;une and small one. lei ins and price
mace Known on alicat ion. dtf
smith & I'.r.ACK Hitos.
A hell on a cow. I'.aritonc hat-s In
toim. .)wiiercan redeem his i roii'.a ty by
latyiiiB tr this notice. 7lif
iOUND-On a cow. a hiti-keyed hell. The
owner can redeem his (roeriy by o-illhit;
and payiiiB for this notice. TH-tf.
jOUND A folding ley in a i;ii!io;id coach iu
this city. Owner can find it at this ofil e.
lOl'NI) A bunch f ke. on Chicago avenue
- Owner can iret Ki.ino by calliiii; at tlnsol
flee and aylnn lor i lus notice.
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ll'ANTED Day Loardcru at S'.adlcmarin'n
lexiau'Hni. lite besL of IkihkI ut
WANTED-I5v the flrt-t of June, a
house of ft or C rooiiif, in fjood location,
t cave word with J, D. Siini"?on, WelU, I"ai'f;o
& "o exprei oflleo. t Tut
r &.: TED John Bauer has leaned the Ktohl-
man place, corner of Till and Vine, and is
prepared to accommodate the public in the
way of boarding and ImiBUiB by tho week er
WAXTHI)-Fifteen Iiuudrcd tamii pi;;(ons
delivered in Lincoln, Nebraska, at once.
ill pay ?l.&0 er dozen delivered at your de
pot. R. II. Co.nnou,
Cltf Secy. Lincoln Sportsmcu'a Club.
LOST -A note for S'JO, In f:i
atidiveii by Thos. Ruby ;
avor A. Jvearns,
as erlncmal. and
M. L. Itubv as security, and due I lie tho 1st of
November, ISS.'i, has been lost, and all erfon8
are hereby notified not to purchase said note
as I have never transferred my interest in said
l.ote. ANOIiKW K EARNS.
Plattsmouth, May 22, 18SX 71d&.L'0w;i.
Brocade dress good3 and lace bunt
ings reduced to 15c per yard, former
price 23c at Fred Hermann'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, alter the 18th of May. Leave
orders with A. Clark, P. J. Hansen, and
Grace & Thieroli, or at my residence
on Ninth street.
67d-9wtf John E. Lkeslev.
aclls the. justly celcbrcdat 1UJSSKLL
which embodies all the best features
of which art is master. Its excel
celonco is recognized by the
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Bosom of
spun linen. The
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this office and pro
cecds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting at tended -lo on short no
tice aud satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wo do inakA ft
specialty of, It is city And suburban
real estate. Several fine farms and
Home wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they now pay for house rent.
Six choice half aero lots, 8 minutes
from I(. II. ehopfl, at from $M0 to ifdAt
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to fcay ho did not twn
a house. Come aud .ee, you are not
compelled to buy and we wont gi?
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Fivo acre lot j nil! from city for
f.r0 part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from city
for $.rj.r0 this is extra line.
Some good city property or out lots
for trade for hor horses or cattlo.
Ten acres lor &O0 00
" " GOO 00
" ' " 7.r0 00
" " oo
Several biuall tracts well Imjirored
and adjoining the city, for ualw at
AO acres, wild COO 00
80 44 iniproy'd 1G00 00
ICO " ' otMMJ 00
'J(H) " IMH) (X)
v io " mn) oo
L'ii! t k'mrk lariu in Cass county
? dfibiiti. long time and low rate ol in
f;o ficiTH, wild $3200
i i;u :
(Jo I .
"re-, wild, Kei. V'y (cash) $1300
Id'kH from hhops(chcap)il0i
a " 44 17
RETUUN EVKHY SIIIUT
does not please you.
Parasols and fans. The largest and
most complete assortment at Fred.
Those Tobies 2 for 5 cent at War
rick's take the cake. Gt.
Ereni tier's Crackers at Wirckbach's.
White goods. A large and varied
assortment it Herrmann's,
Two house and lot- for ttixie
on terms ip suit pui-cEaser.
6 nigtiis e thi
Qt f ft. TLX. waNSMIA.lJ.
IJcst 1100 l'aciiic lawns at l-iiic per
yard, sold elsewhere at 15, at I red Her
Charlev Black drew ihe attention
the passers by last evening in his efforts these days; three suits on the ISth,
to lit an iron cap into the siciewaik. ii and one on tiie i9tn ori whjch a change
A FINK LINE OF
MEERSCHAU AUD BRIAR PIPES
OV IlIKECT IMI'OKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
8 iully made for tUe retail trade oaly. at
Pperberg's Cigar Factory
BOOTS 'AND SHOES.
wasn't, fbo iron can that attracted the
attention, but it was to see Charley
down oa his knees trying to saw a hole
in the walk; his knees are not used to
that kind of work, and the attitude was
a strange one for him, so it was quite a
curiosity after all.
John D. Simpson received a letter
yesterday from friends at Keel uuk,
giving an account of tie work of a
mad dog. beven men were omen l.ibb
Saturday by one dog. ureat excite
ment prevails, and the mayor or rsnen-
andoah, a city southwest or itca ua.
a few miles, has ordered all the dogs
in that town chained up or shut up.
This is a dog-goned hard story, but is a
Ed Caum. of the First National bank
came in from Lincoln this mcyuing. At
first he went up Saturday evening and
came back Sunday evening, then he
lengthened out his "stay until Monday
morning, a little later he prolonged it
until Mondav evenintr, but now it takes
until Tuesday morning to get back. The
next thing ve know he'll forget to
came back at all . Just what the at
traction is remains a mystery to his so
licitous friends here. He says his nose
is better and he (k) no (w) s (e).
"Work is progressing rapidly on the
Sherwood building, which when com
pleted will be one of the finest on
Main street. The room fronting on
Main street will be ocenpied by Mr.
Sherwood with his stock of boots and
shoes. The first room fronting on Fifth
stieet will be occupied by J. D. Simp
sou, with his express and insurance
business; the second one by John
lioone as a tonsonal parlor, ana tne
of venue had been taken from Louis
ville. II. V. Zink, the new Hedged
lawyer of Louisville, appeared for the
Lewis Caiklcs, was visiting friends
and relatives in the Bend Saturday
T. P. McCartney has returned from
his land exploring trip. "We are sorry
to learn that he will leave us for An
telope county, where' he has taken a
The grain merchants are doing a
lively business at present.
The G. A. R. were out on the streets
Friday night with fife aud drum. It
sounded like old war times. The boys
have caught the spirit of patriotism
and organized a juvenile militia com
pany. Lewis Sawyer, their captain,
commands like an old veteran.
Maggie Slreight and Laura McFar
land visited riattsmouth Saturday.
We are sorry to learn that Mr.
Brownell, the new superintendent of
tho state hshery. is sick.
Mr. Lazenby is busily engaged in
Streight has put a set of French
burrs in Lis elevator to grind feed.
The average daily attendance at
school for last month was -45.
"VYe now have preaching every Sab
bath. Elder Iioot preached yesterdry
at 11 a. m., and Iiobineon in the even
ing Piatt, of Lincoln, preaches next
Sunday evening. Harold.
Last Thursday evening Sheriff
Denman, of this city, arrested at the
U. F. depot on arrival of Ko. a, 1,
Johanneson, charged with forgery in
Chicago. The prisoner s wile was
just coming on from Chicago, and
on the same train with her also came
P. B. Tierncy, of the Chicago police
force, who had shadowed her all the
Johanneson, who had been hero
ncarlv three weeks, met and em
braced his wife at the train and was
there and then arrested, and con
ducted to the jail. The detective
having telemaohed ahead to our
Johanneson is charged with having
forged an order for some cattle from
the stook yards in Chicago, selling
the same for 1,100, and also with
havinr forired some checks on which
he obtained mcney. He admits sell-
in'' the cattle and appropriating the
money, but pleads justification on
the rounds that the person who
owned tho cattle owed him. Johan
neson owns a farm up in the Loup
country. He will remain in jail here
until the necessary papers arrive
when he will be taken back to
Chicago by the detective who will
remain here for that purpose. The
prisoner's wife is
Lewvn and Martin's 5 and 10 cent
cigars for sale at Warrick's. St.
Nuns veiliugs,buutintings,cash meres,
skoda cloths in all the latest fjhades at
It will pav vou to read Wise's col
umn in this paper, vou may find just
what you Vvact, olnl
Crackers at Bennett &
We will Sell Any Goods at
Prices Ilcloiv TJsose Quuted by
FOR SALE BY
4 n t.
N. Cth hlreet (fine)
Picnic: Hill "
1 bl'k from Main st extra
KXCI.l 55YS: AGIAT,
Ila1f Kinortf Ii Aeb.
J. vV CSCOlLAA"''- I can find what you want la
J l ttm lt.i.i F ...III stnll ft.wl HAt. 111.
linn n itij ii itiii tun nu& iilu ,mv.
Business houses unci lota lor salt
at much lower figures than , will
asked six months hence, wben tho dti
agonal is an assured success. Do not
wait till the advance comes and thou
complain of your poor luck.
Stores ami dwellings rented and lor
rent, rents promptly collected.
It you don't bee what you want lw
this column como and ask for it. I't
probably missed just what you waat
Office open nearly eycry evening fron
6 to 8.
Good new house and two flna lots
in good location price, 880Q.
IX 3? t II
ETC., KTC, ETC.
Of All Descriptions.
JfTim A T T TriT5TTT)T A T ftAWt
Of all sizes, reaay made and sold cheap for caflh
MY FINE HEARSE
W. S. WISE,
For Sale !
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patrona.
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
31tf. FBBSTCME ASM COKKIXH
X E , Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
S K .Sec. 3, T. 12, It. 13.
S. W. I, Sec. 3, T. 12, 11. II
and X. W. Sec, 10, T. 12, I
El S. AV. Sec. 34, T. 13, K. 1
E , Lot 10, Block 28.
ASK THE PEOPLE
where they jmrcliased their new
and tho rrcat maioritv will answer
" 7 & 9, " 23.
Si, 9, " 11.
The above described farma
for tale on long time, with 7
cent, intcre.-t. Aindy to
11. U. AVrIXDIIAM,
stopping at the
Grand Island In
Xutiee is hereby uiven that
filed mv application with the city clerk
for a permit to sell spiritous and vinous
liciuors for medicinal purposes as re-
Boone as a tonsonai . pwior, . .juu iue -ircil b y aw, and that tlie same is an
third by Basgorshek Bros., with their i ,- ti fo druggist's permit
street quite a
Will J. Wahrick.
Si mr lrrc GAlBm Gil OB
dcM-rlliinir Citt KttftU tiifit
i SbUled rre t All. Wi
ofTT th Lmtnt ffnU In
iud WMtl. mui Cb Cml
I'U.wrr. Orii rrt TiiHi
ii riTi mi in
4 Polk" of this office has beca "boil"
ing this week. To sec him walking
along the street, and not know what
ailed him, you might think he was
practicing for a dude, but he wasn't.
To see him sit down, the first impression
would be that he had a tumble tee in
his. hip pocket that was getting mad,
but such was not the cac. to note
his countenance would cause you to im
agine that he had lost every friend he
ever had on earth (or any place clsej
but he hasn't. He is afiUcted. He can't
pit down, he can't stand up. he can't
walk, he can't keep still, he cant move
around, and about the only thing lie
can do, under the present circumstan
ces is to swear. If Bob Ingersoll haa a
boil lik Polk," lie'd think there, was
such a thing as hell, and that the boil
wag a little ont.
Will Browne, the populor deputy
county clerk, is confined to his bed to
day with a bilious attack ot some kind.
Children's suits in
cheviots aud linens at
vUble, I sac:
Wanted. Everybody to Know
That after this date I will sell my en
tire stock of ca-ncts. consisting of
forty-three different desirable patterns
AT" PB1ME COST. Call aud ex
amine. Jo3. V. Weckbacii.
May 8th, 1SS3. . B W-dif
Peterson Bros. Sell
Best sugar cared hams at 15c. . .
Ik-st breakfast bacon at 15c.
Best jshoulde-a 11c.
Best dried-bcet loo. 61 dlt
The Platte Valley bank was neatly
victimized recently to the extent of
S2.000 by a slick rascal from the east.
The stranger, who gave his name as O
Ishman, was accompanied by a hotel
keeper from Avoca, where he had been
stopping for a few days, and whom he
had blinded by his plausible stories.
Isham claimed to be looking for land,
and was introduced to the bank by the
hotel keeper, and the officials of the
institution offered to help him in
his search for a good ranch.
After a little talk Isham
wauled to get a draft cashed, and ths
banker consented, but finally demur
red when Ishman banded out a draft
on Chicago for $2,000. The banker
thought that was a little too much
money to advance, but was willing to
take the draft and forward it for col
lection. To this Isham assented, pro
vided they would let him have $200
for immediate use, and a check of de
posit for tho remainder, so that he
could use it when the remittance
came. This was done, and Isham
departed satisfied. ' A few days
later a member of the banking
firm at Marquette presented the
check of deposit, says that he had cash
ed it for Ishman the day previous, Ot
Two thousand yards of drcs goods
at loc. ncr vard. cannot be matched in
thia citv under 23c, at Ilevrn.anu'e.
Bremner's Crackers at Stadle ui .tu's.
The laisest line of black silks ever
shown in this city at Herrman's.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack
ers every time, lake no oilier.
Please remember that for the next
CO days you can get great targains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I mu&t
reduce my stock in those lines, with
out fail, rfiidtf Jos. V. Weckbacii.
Carpets! Carpets! We will not be
undersold by anybody. Come and
. t -t r
convince voursclves. f rea iienman.
A few of the handsomest patterns of
Wire Flower Stands very cheap at J. K.
( MIKE SCHHBLLBACHER,
HOiSSE SHOEING &
ill liMs cf Farm HjmlsESfits Menlel will
Neatness and Dispatch.
This is because we keep tlie
ES T ASSORTMENT
and iust what tlie people want
Our prices are always at rock
bottom. Lead and Oil
for less than than
we can lay it
Xow is the time to buy. 1 ours
AY ILL J. AVoRKICK.
(Successor to fStrelgtit &. Miller,)
CITY of PLATTS3I0UT
Valuable outlots for residence p
Sage's addition lies south-west
the city, and all lots are very easy
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access, and high and sightly. IV
Tor particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
FINE i HEAVY HARNESS.
A large Una ot
Saddles Bridles, Collars, f Mrs. &c.
always In stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly don
Main Street, between Fourth an4 Flttb.
O. M. BTREIGIIT, Euslnee Manner.
Horse, Mulc& Ox Shoeing,
n short, well shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come - and see us.
n Filth St., between Main an -Vine Street
le comer from the kiw HERAL.
-im hois. Mechanical Manager.
GAFF, FLE1SCHMAN k CO.
The best yeast in use. received f re6h
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
mornings. Trade supplied by
. BENNETT A LEWIS' Aglt.
2 Ui w o . ,
n 14 T7 2 1 ;
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uei t cri t icis m s"of "TJaTsa rt vtng
n f sfcods cloths in att tn ite3rniM'--'(ji j- 72 . - it .. -
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