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Col:. M A IX A KI TflIUI Stkiltk
Will BUY ami SBLL all kinds of
Will ;i-1 v.i lice mncy on all
on luv.vr Main street,
Ooite TU- Old Duke Unilding.
riattsiiioutli. 1VI. 1st. lhW:. 4Ctf.
CALL AT THE
H. A. WATERMAN
Wliole-a!.- and Retail DeaU-r in
: PINE LUMBER
' Fourth "tre't in rt-ar of i.ru I It: us.
PLATTSMOl-'Tir. - NEBKAM -
C IT Y HOTEL.
This beautiful il:i -tf -tory brick Htructnrs. on
lower Maid strri't. J:it been finished and
fitted up IkjT the accommodation of
TRA y.SlL'XT CUSTOMERS.
EVERY THIKS NEW AMD CLEAN
A Good Bar -"""uuthe
7tf. FRED GOOS. I'ropr
A FINK LINE OK
ERSCHMJ AND BRIAR PIPES
o J!ir. r ijh'oktatios.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S tally nuute lor the retail trui i'y. ai
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory
BOOTS 'AND SHOES.
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for City and County Directory, Railway Time
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JEFF. I. STONE, - City Editor.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisements or ehanjros
In advertisements must b; handed in to the
business olllce not later than 10 a. m. of the
day In which they are to be inserted. Copy
for pay local and spt-eial notices mii-t be
handed in bi-fore3 p. in each day to insure lu
ftertion. II M. r.lMUNKLI.,
Tho Dudo and Dudolot.
A Dude and Dmlelet on the beach,
I'poit tho buarli so ramly.
The Dude he wouinl : tlij "lMnlelct cooed
And nibbled A Ltill's eundy.
Lanky Dudi- and Dudek-t ueur,
l.rtiiky i-udy dandy.
lie always knew the proper thinj;
In tics, fiuars and bramly.
And wirehls In.u-cr very tijjht,
Whirh made his li j.-s look baud)'.
Lanky Dud and Duoelet daar.
Lanky Dude dandy.
Th Dudrb-t was in prrfeet form,
ll-r slender waixt so liandv
Sin- raid she'd he Li" little Maud,
He Hiiid he'd be her Andy.
Lanky Dude and Dude let dear.
Lanky Dudy dandy.
An I so they were in wedlock bound
With ixraewful toatH pst-irandi-
Al. She is still a Dude let dear,
Correct, exclusive and ho
Remains a lanky Dudo. I fear,
A lanky Dudy dandy.
A. Salisbury, Blcntlst.
Tin. river today is up 1
2 lVi-t incites
itbovi- lo w watt'.i mark.
Miiiilcn wants an aademv, ami Mi-
den ouiriit to liayo an academy. In
fact we think Mindcn really needs an
Quite a timber of farmers in town
today, and the streets present a pretty
The ladies of the W.
C. T. U. propose
sociable on next
givincr an ice cream
Friday evening, June 1st, in Hoekwood
The new uniforms for the police ar
rived last evening, and they are "dai-r
Bies. The chief s dida t lit, however,
but tho other boys' lit them "yust like
de paper on do vail." It is costing al
most as much to "wet them as the
A new hnod came into the office to
day. He was on a strike, and wanted a
job, was after a "ait" at one oi our cases,
but the devil lired him out: said he
looked suspicious, wore too good clothe?,
and had long lside-buriis." Matters
were afterward amicably settled, how
ever, and the stranger "Stretch-ed"
himself iu front oi a case, and the devil
and crank (manipulator) had to stand
there all forenoon and play a 2 inch
hose on the type to keep it irom melt
ing. Our well is now dry, and the
devil It is thrown up his job, but we
lout fare for expenses. Come again,
A rival has at last appeared to rob
the famous Ingeisoll of his laurels, as
one of the most eloquent and forcible
attorneys of the American bar, and
l'lattsmouth has the honor of furnish
ing this remarkable individual. Thi3
motniii. barrister Sherman, who, for
pastime, occasionally operates the scis
sors in the down town mill, made his
appearance in :h- police court in be
half of a friend, whom the police"run
in." last night, because, he couldn't (or
wouldn't) giv-j an account of himself.
Judge Pottenger .was so completely
amazed at the depth of learning and
powers of ehxjuence of this editorial
Barrister, that he gave the prisoner $j
and costs, and said if the fellow had
had any money he would have made it
$3 more for having to sit there and
listen to the voice of thunder, and be
compelled to witness the contortions
indulged in by the e. b. In the ab
sence of the filthy to balance the dock
et, the friend will work it out on the
As the editorial excursionists rolled
into Pacific Junction, the other morn
iug, their hearts were gladdened to see
;i stranger with most impressive mien,
step upon the box the porter placed
at his feet, and mount the platform of
the Pullman coach. They saw (in the
words of Eli Perkins) as the gazed
upon his "broad, massive, thick skull,"
that he was an editor. As he entered
the mahogany temple of the grinding
monopoly of G-.-o. M. Pullman, which
represented ail the curses o a protect
ive tarirt iu its construction, the occu
paiits i.f l C;u StUV tnat 'ue "ueid be
neath his aim a bundle of papers, and
their faces lighted in joyful anticipa
tion of seeing the latest new?. The
papers distributed, all turned eagerly
to the glaring headlines which denoted
the telf graphic news of the day. One
or two looks were sufllcint; astonish
ment beamed on every feature; some
looked at the date of the paper, but
the date was all right; others com
pared the telegraphic news with the
Chicago papers they had brought along;
others looked out of the windows, and
still others looked tired. The editor
of the Cucyrus Forum saw that news
be had scissored for the last issue of
the weekly Forum was here " Latest
Telecrams ," and as he nought relief in
the depth of the editorial page he wua
met with such an elaborate view or a
two weeks' old N. Y. Sun, that he Bur
rendered, unconditionally. The editor
of the Hart, Mich., "Sword of the
Spirit." saw at once that it was worse
than vanity, and was all vexation of
spirit, while the rest of the car watched
our esteemed contemporary with won
der, to him most gratifying, liowevr
er, an editor Irom near Chicago, ex
plained matters, and told them con
cerning the foundry that manufac
tured telegraphic plates; and how sev
eral motors of progress in the great
west, with the use of a press and these
plates, could print papers for the mil
lion. Eittle wonder, then, that in
the words of IJro. Connor, attention
was equally divided between the Jour:
nal and the bridge, on that memorable
Tnat lite undt rsigued will nave on
baud and for sale, 25,000 choice varieties
of Tomato plant; W,0U0 late cabbage
tlaut8. and 100J00 " sweet totato
plant?, after the ISth of Mav. Leave
orders with A. Clark, P. .T. Hansen," and
Grace &Thierolf, or at my residence
on Ninth street. '
67d-9wtf - JoriN E. Leeslby.
BUS ItT f --
A FARMER WANTS HITCH
A Citizen's View of the Ex
cursionists. I'LiATTSMOlTIl'S FIRST
Ed. IIekald: Allow me
your Vox l'opuli coluuin, to
the action of the city authorities in pro
hibiting hitching post h to be put upon
Main Htrect. Now, we farmers who
come iu from the country, certainly have
some righta which the city of l'latts
iiioutli is bound to reepect, and it is no
pleasant thing, nor does it tend to make
us any better nature) I than the Lord al
low us, to drive into town and either
sit in the wagon and hhl our team, or
hitch them to a r'wtz in tho sidewalk.
where a hornc is liable to get his foot
over the strap and either breuK loo.se
and run away or injure his feet or limbs
with the hirap or rope with which he
is hitched. Neither can we allbrd to
bring our wives and daiigh:ers with us
to bit iu the wagon and hold the team,
a target for vulgar remarks and criti
cisms ot your street loaters. ISow, we
think that Main 6trect is wide enough,
and that the wagons are not so numer
ous but that hitching poets could be
placed in front of business houses with
out inconvenience t anyone, anil the
convenience ami accommodation would
be approbated by the patrons of your
city. If this cannot be done on Main
titreet, why not on some cross streets
which are not used for travel, and
where no inconvenience could possibly
arise to anyone. A e think the tanner s
patronage is one ol the great supports ot
your city, and iu return wo should be
treated cordially, especially wjieu so
little effort would be nccessaiy to ac
complish so much good. "
Fa i: ii eu.
Mk. Herald: Through your Vox
Populi, I wish to congratulate the peo
ple of I'lattsmouth on the manner in
which our people and our city, receiv
ed the Editorial Excursion. People
from the East are always "struck"
with the enterprise of the West sur
prised. They do not stop to reflect
that the men who woke up this wes
tern country are the very pick of the
East, who, possessed with the spirit of
enterprise cut the leading strings of
home, for fame and fortuue in the
wide West and with their energy and
dash build up cities and States, repre
sentative of themselves. They find
the West what the stripling in the
prime of his perfect manhood i3 to tho
full grown man. They observe the
fertility of our soil, our salubrious cli
mate and our substantial improve
ments, and go way with the idea that
not many years will pass until the
great state of Nebraska will lead many
of those states which have been set
tled for three quarters of a century.
This was the expression of many of
the visitimr gentlemen ; and the man
ner in which they have been treated,
the energy and pluck manifested by
our people, has done much to strength
en the good opinion formed, while
they were in our city. The action of
our citizens, the free, generous hospi
tality will be advertised all over the
states east of the Missouri river; and
no one can compute the amount of
good that may result from two hours
work on Thursday morning. Eet us
not forget at all times to let the people
in the East know what we arc, who
we are, and what we have got ; and
6oon every acre of vacant land in our
slate will be tilled by industrious and
energetic immigrants from the too
over crowded eastern states.
OUR BAD BOY.
I was a good boy yesterday. Pa said
if I staid gootl all day, I might go to
church with him at night. I staid in
the house most all day, and when there
was nobody about but the hired girl, I
shot marbles at old puss' kittens and
laughed at the hired girl fighi with the
wind as she tried to keep her clothes
on. it was such a long day, and 1 bad
awful work to' keep' good. Near uight,
ma began to prepare me lor church,
and she began at the bottom and Wort
cd up to my head, aud I think I can
smell soap vet. She put on my new
clothes aud then examined my pockets,
and wouldu t give me anything 1 wanted
to take to church. I had a new class
marble do, and an agate taw that I
wanted to show my chum, and I had a
picture of Buffalo fill's circus whioh
hooded from Dick Kirkby,'that ' is' too
fanny , and I thbuht t couj j iiave a
s'iow down with my chum, but ma said
I should not take any of these things to
church, I felt like all interest iu church
vas gone, and I had been good all day
for nothing. Of course I cau show theee
things to my chum at school, but I am
used to that, and had no interest much
in it. Well, wc got started and my
clothes littcd too quick, and smuHed of
the store, and the creases in them siood
out plain, and my shirt was so still' it
At last we rot started and ma came !
clear down to the gate aiid iuid me how
to do, and at last told me to take hyid
of pa's hand aud keep to it till wc got
to the chuach. On the corner ol Main
street there was quite a number of per
sons standing talking to their girls,' or
the girls were talking to them. 1 don t
see how it is that girls and young fel-
o-as cau find so much to say to each
otiier when they ret on the street. The
crowd hud taken the corner there at
Stadelmanu's, and pa and I went cater
ing across the street, and by this time it
was dark, aud there was a gas lamp in
front af the church and it was r.ot licht?
ed, because coal has ri-s and wo groped
aloug. and in the church they was sing
ing the commencing doxolngy and the
organ was pumping out givat groan3 of
bass and pa began to hurry to get in be
fore the first doxolojry closed.. Iiio.v,
just here commenced the trouble. 'Wo
ursi got caugni onto a wagon tongue auu
when we unloosed from this attcr we
found we didn't need it, we became
mixed up with a cultivator some farmer
had not bought, and pa seemed to be
examining the handles", while I was
busy with tliH iron oints t4:t go into
tho ground to scare the roots of the
weeds, when I got loose trom these, pa
was on ton wioinrr the sweat otf his
face.- his hat gone, and there was holes
in his panta, and he was saying some
thing that was not allowed me to gay.
I asked pa if he felt like joining iu the
doxology, and he reached for ill and
said lets go home. - When pa got off his
roost, wc started for home and then we
come across what I thought wa a Corn
planter with a check rower to it, on this
we broke ourt-elve3 all up
There is no smooth ours onto this
rower like there is to a boat, but there
are points aud horns, and things that
stick out and let themselves down like
a girl's banged hair, aud I reckon we
fouud all of them. The first I knew I
was layiug over a box just like my
chum does when he has a stomach ache
Irom eatiug too much ice cream, ami
when I looked around pa was on his
knees, but he was not saying his prayers
tho' he was doing that iu church, nor
was pa trying to see how this thing
planted corn. I anked pa if he thought
of buying the machine, and he told me
go to he home. When 1 got oil" of the
box my pants got caught onto one of
those shary tilings and I lost balance
and there was a rip and a tare aud just
then I heard pa's clothes gave way.
Just then we both fell and went down
in one general ruin. It wa a good
thing there was no one about or pa
would have been turned out of church,
and I out of the Sunday school, for our
language, was not yea and ameu. On
the way home pa 6aid this ws the re
suit of church lairs. If it had not leeu
tor the churches holding lairs like the
county and state no body would ever
have thought of running all the harves
ters, mowers, cultivators and corn plant
ers right up in front ot a church door
and leave them as an ad. tor the dca-
causaud ministers to look ttt, an 1 the
congregation to wrestle with at nioht.
Pa says no umru church for hint, and I
can't go to Sunday school no more tor
my best suit is plumb ruined. I don't
know as I
care much, for now
I can go
P. E. HulTncr, the implement man,
came iu from Greenwood last evening.
Sam Barker came in this morning
from Chicago, and reports things very
Policeman JUllard goes to Fair-
mount tonight for u visit to his moth
er who resides at that place.
Rev. Mr. Burgess went to Lincoln
this morning to exchange pulpits
with Kev. Mr. Harris of that city.
W. S. Stretch, of the sutvevor gen
eral's oflice, was a pleasant caller at
the IIekald o'llice to-day.
J. E. Morrison went to La Platte
this morning for the purpose f pros
editing a suit against the B. & M. for
killing ol stock on the track at that
Jesse B. Strode, Esq , went to Lin
coln last uight where he will examine
the criminal docket preparatory to
June term of the Lancaster count v
Mr. James, wife and daughter, of
London. England, arrived in Platts
mouth this morning. They arrived
from England May 5th. Mr. James is
brother of Mrs. John Murfiri, of
Factoryville, where they wilK visit for
a week or two, then proceed to Cali
Mr. Fred. Todd, of Jamestown, N.
Y., who has been visiting his brothers
Ami B. and Ed., for the past two
weeks, returned to his home on yes-
Mr. T. entertains
pleasant ideas of Nebraska and Ne
braska's people. His son will remain
during the summer for the benefit of
M. Fortune, with lvuiuser !t Buell.
commission merchants, Chicago, is in
the citj' interviewing our grain deal
ers. Mr. Fortune is a host in his
business, and wlun he closes it tin in
place, his friends that he kas scat
tered around sit and listen to experi
ences that turn younger men than
himself gray headed.
Mr. William Stocking one oi" Saun
ders county's largest fanners came in
from AVahoo last evening and is vis
iting the family of Mr. Henry Eiken-
bary. Will is a son of the late Moses
Stocking, and one of Cass county's
native born lads. Our people all re
member Uncle Moses Stocking, who
was one of tho Iiardy men that came
to l'lattsmouth yhen.the Indian was
the monarch of our "Seven Hills,''
and by his enterprise and nerye help
ed to make Nebraska what she is to
$ay. Our people will all be pleased,
to learn that Uncle Moses Stocking's
widow and children are well and pros
pering in Saunders county.
TOUR OF THE CONTINENT.
I rom New Turk to Denver.
The Dairy of a Tramp.
Cc.nductor Blue, of the B. !c M., pick
ed up a pass book at Pacific Juuction,
last night, which, upon investigation,
proved to be the diary of some one who
had the western fever, and started on a
tramp, aud who had more pluck than
money. The following is the rtpeouut
as given in the book.
New York, May 7, 1333.
Steamer Brew left dock. Hung around
till 11 p.m. Went to bunk on two bales
ot" feathers in with the freight, about 3
feet from the ceiling; woke up Jo an
hquc or to with sweat pouring out of us;
would think we were drenched with a
pail of water; got along rest of night 'til
3 o'clock, suooziDg in chairs, when we
lauded, look a walk up in Albany and
saw the capital. Got breakfast aui and
started across a bridge to East Albany;
got halt way over, and met a man who
asked for 2 cents toll; just got on other
side of bridge aud saw cable cars com
ing along; it orossed over to West Al
bauy and went out of town about two
miles and was run on a tide switch; we
were sure we were going direct to Chi
cago, but got left. Just theu a freight
train lor Buffalo anJ Chicago came
along; got on top of that, got about
six miles further, were Been by brake -
man, who came and asked us where we
were going; told him Buffalo; said, "Do
you want to get six months?" said
"No." "Well," he said, "gq ack in
the caboose." We thought wo were all
right, but vrcro all left behind. The
train we were on was an engine Bhov-
iug ours, aud we had to get on the cow
catcher, theu the engine stopped, aud
we wer lett eight miles from a station;
wa'Keu atong about a mile and saw
mile post, Buffalo, 288 miles." On the
way met a youog man from Yonkers
bound for Amsterdam, and a dutch man
bound tor no where.
12 m., May 8. In a beer saloon, eat
ing bo me crackers and cheese that we
tbe crop, abroad wlFBZJp
bought id a grocery store, then buy a
bser, use the innn'g house for a dining
saloon what a gall! Parted with
Yonkers fellow and dutchmau.
AKTEnNoo.v, 8th. Disheartened
enough to wish, I. had never beat out
of New York to win a fortune in Colo
rado or any other country except my
About ten of the members of the
base ball association got together and
held a meeting la3t evening, and the
business transacted was the selection
ofaninetogo to Malvern on next
Tuesday. The nine selected are- Char
ley Kinser, Pitcher; Joe Cooled ge.
Catcher; Jim Patterson, 1st base; Kel
ley Fox, 2d base; S. (ireeu, yd base;
Charley Spencer. Short Stop; Charley
Duke, left field; Harry Heese, center
field and Tom Clifford, right field.
Another meeting will be held at the
court house Monday night, and it is
desired that every member of the asso
ciation be present.
Throo Crovos Letter.
TiutEE Gkoves, May 26, 1863.
For the Hkkai.d :
Mr. J. Ii. Moore, well known all over
the county is dangerously ill, but
thought to be a little better late last
evening Dr. Hail of Plattsmouth and
Dr. Keynolda are attending him.
The heaviest rain of the season fell
here at eight o'clock last evening, do
ing immense damage by washing out
the Gelds. IIepokteu.
Largest stock of
11 tg in town
A lad about nine years of age arrived
in Ashland last week from Sweden.
Ilo traveled all the distance alone and
with no other guide than a letter which
his sister gave him before starting. The
letter was addressed to Mr. Wigueuhorn
ot this citv. The little fellow reached
i Ashland in safety where he joiner! his
brother, who had scut the tickets that
. brought him to his new home. A sis-
ter contemplated accompanying linn
but she backed out at the last moment
leaving the lad to make the journey
alone. Ashland Gazette.
Advertisements under this head, three cent
per line each insertion.
ONKy TO LOAN Iu'Iuiro
o K, 11. Wind-
l ONEY TO LOAN On real estate
vau & Wooley.
tl IOU KENT A furniohed room corner Ninth
and Elm street. Enquire of Mri. Ivina.
FOH UK NT A holism
ili'iuire ol It. Ii. Wind-
iOK RENT A good house In jjood loeation
iu this city. Inquire of fl. K. 1'almer or
J. W. Jenning. 6C 5t
IOlt RENTERS- Look at Wine's ad. and es
pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
FOR SALE An order for a new American
iewinK Machine. Inquire at this oflice.
FOR SALE 1,000 cords of wood. Inqnire of
W. S. W'iae. tf
FOR SALE Old papers for sale at this oflice
at 40 cents per hundred or 6 cents per doz
FOR SALE Four lots together in geod loca
tion in this city. Inquire at thi otlic tf
IJiOR SALE A Rood soda wates generator can
he bought cheap. Will give choice be
tween a lare and .small one. lerms and price
made known on application. dtf
Smith & Ht.ack Dros.
lOUND A bell on a cow. Earitone bass in
tone. Owner can redeem his property hy
paying for this notice. 7tf
1?OUNI A folding key In a railroad coach In
this city. Owner can. llnd it at this office.
ANTED : A dining room girl at Stadle
man's Restaurant. Good wages and
steady employment. dtf
r ANT:D Day boarders at Stadlemann's
Restaurant. 1'he bent of board at
reasonable terme. i-dif.
UrANTED I5v the first of June, a first-class
house of 5 ori! room, in gootl location.
I eave word wit' J, . Simpson, W'elli-, Karo
&Co expref ollice. 7UI
A-TEI) John liauer ha ho-iht the Stol
man place. eorwr of T!h anil Vine, and is
prepared to ?(. rinho'.i ate " t he publia in tho
way of boutding and ld.;ij! by the week or
V ANTED Fifteen hundred tamo pigeons
delivered in Lincoln. Nebraska, at once.
111 pay $1.50 per dozcu delivered at your de
pot. R. H. Connoh.
64tf Secy. Lincoln Sportsmen's Club.
W -iT A AtA fin- CKOA Tn f-iwrii A ITdnrno
and Driven bv Thus. Itnhv as orineinl and
M. L. Ruby as security, and duo tha the ISt of
November, 1883. has 1-e.eu lout', aud all persons
are hereby uotilted not o purchase said note
s I have never transferred my interest in said
note. ANDREW KEARNS.
Plattsmouth. May 22. 1883. 74d&20w3t
t vill pay you to read Wise's col
umn in this paper, you may find just
what you want. " SOU
Bremner's Crackers at Bennett Sc
Two thousand yards of dress goods
at 15c per yard, cannot be Uiaiohod in
this city U-Y'ei -V at llerrmauu'e.
?v will Sell Any C;ds at
Prices Uelow TIioUQ$ei by
Compel! f tV'$.
SLarge stock of 4th of July
iu3t received at Warrick's. dTGtGwl
will not be
1.. - ..,-1, ,,! -
Bremm i 's Crackers at Stadleman's.
Asky our grocer for Bremner's Crack -
era every time, lase no oiner.
Please remember that for the next
60 days you can get great bargains in
boots and shoes and clothing, as I inu6t
reduce my stock in those lines, w h
out fail. iGidtf Jos. V. Weckbach.
Wanted. Everybody to Know
That after this date I will sell my en
tire stock of carpets, consisting or
forty-three different desirahle patterns
AT PRIME COST. Call aud ex
amine. JOS. V. WECKBACH.
May 8th, 1883. $ 64 dtf
Two liouscs and lots Tor male
on terms io suit purmaser.
tttr U. is. wwuiiah.
Peterson Bros. Sell
Best sugar cured hams at 15c
Be6t breakfast bacon at 15c,
Best shoulders Vic,
Best djied-beei 15c.
n o qvntmA.ai sno 'moix 'wjavi.-j
Suuuvd joj saonsaxrp tqraA pa aondfiaaap
l tff -jit rr.
Notlco to tho Gorman.
There will be German school In sec
ond ward school house. It will begin
Monday May 2S, and last during vaca
tion of public school, l or instruction
each scholar will pay L cents a month
A few of the handsomest pattern of
Wire Flowe- stand very chenti at J. 1L
The Uigost line of black silks Tcr
shown in this city at llcrnuan'.
Ked net Ions.
Hrooade dress goods aud lace bunt
ings reduced to 15c per yard, former
price ti5c at Fred Hermann's.
Children's suits in
cheviots and linens at
Lewvn and Martin's 5 and 10 cent
cigars for v;ie nt Warrick'n. St.
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for wiily
25 cents and lodging ut Ramo reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Me
will pleas bear this in mind. aktwtf
Those Tobies 3 for cent
rick's take the cake.
St. White goods. A large aid varied
assortment at Herrmann s.
Parasols and fans. The Ingest and
most complete assortment at Fred.
The way those Tobies are
Warrick's is just immense.
By buying your goods for cash of W.
H. Baker. I will guarantee to save you
25 per cent, on dress goods, trimmings
cte,, if you will give me a chance. We
have all the new shades in hunting,
nuns veiling and other seasonable goods.
Cheapest line ot ladies, and children's
hosiery in the city. A few dolmans
and ulsters to be closed regardless of
cot. Best value in parasols and f.i:.-;
stock complete in all d -partini n! - ami
must be closed out i:t limited tor
(jive im: a call
. II. 15a k i:i:
Bremner's Crackers at WiicMiM-hV.
Warrick has just in
voice of paper shades.
(ived an in
Best 1400 Pacific law ns at 12Uc per
yard, sold elsewhere at lo, at Fred Her
Law and collection business promp
tly attended to at this ollice and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing we no make a
specialty of, it is city and suburban
real estate. Several line farms and
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they now pay tor house rent.
bix choice halt acre lots, o minutes
from B. K. shops, at from $80 to ifclfA
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say no UiU not own
a house. Come and see, you are not
compelled to buy and ve wontf give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
Five acre lot mile from city for
$20 part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from jcity
for $550 this is extra line.
Some good city property or out lots
for trade for nor 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
40 acres, wild GOO 00
0 " improy'd 1G0O 00
160 " 5000 00
200 " 6200 00
240 " " COCK) 00
Finest stock iarm in Casa county
$16000, long tip fcud low rate ef in
16o acres, wild $3200
80 ' 1200
160 acres-, wild, Bep. V'y (cash) $1206
Cor. lot 8 bl'ke from shops (chcap)$10e
N. 6th street (line) 300
Picnic Hill " 200
1J " " Washington ave" 350
1 ' li l ul'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real estate in abun
dance, l ean find what yon want in
this line if vou will call and see me.
Business houses and lots for tale
at much lower figures than will h
asked six months hence, when the di
agonal is an assured 6ucccs9. D not
wait till the advance comes and the
complain of 3-our poor luck.
Stores ana dwellings ren'ca ana ir
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't tee what you want ih
this column come and a6k for it. I've
probably missed just what yoa want.
Office open nearly every eTcmingfrom
6 to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots
in good location price, 8800.
W- S. WISE,
TO THE .
CITY of PLATTSMOUTH
Valuable outlot3 for residence pur
Sage's addition lies south-we6t of
the citv. and all lots are very easy of
acceba, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'ry
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
7, v -
AT COST l'OU TKN DAYS
AT COST TOIi TEN' DAYS.
HCalls iind USais
AT COST I Oil TEN DAYS.
AT COST l'OK TEN DANS.
If vau :u wnnllni; any of tho
ahrivo, now It
tlimr to lu . ;i wn iiifiii LimliKni. All
othes hok1i 11I tfiiiai kably low
In what wtus every time,
(ilve 111 a cull.
Will J. VMKIUOK.
soils thujuttlly cclcbrcdat KUSSELL
& HAIK OUliT
wl.l ii ciiibodics all tin: best featuiCd
I' . Iir-li oil ia ln'ili-1- Ilu i'Vfl-1-
'!'!: is recognized by tho
pre u n iiKMit furnishers
BODIES of BEST MUSLIN.
The Boscm of the Lest hainl-
spun linen. 1 he lit ami woikin
ship unexcelled. Made ti ordca and
Salisfaction GnaranlG eO.
RETUHN EV'ElvY SIIIUT that
docs not please you.
FOR SALS BY
C. JU. Wescott,
IkIaf (Ntiioutli .cl.
Wagon, Jiuyyy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of rnairiDg
ot fill 111 ami other machinery, as thcru
Is it good lathe in my hho;.
PETER RA JEN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the waon shop,
ffa is well known as a
2SQ. 1 "WORKMAN.
Kexv VVajEonn and llusclcn rjad to
SATISFACTION ; CA RANTEEO.
B LA CKSMI Til
H02.SK .SHOEING &
HI licas of Fan .mpl2ni5ii3 KsaJel wilt
Kcaino and IMhpatch.
Horse, 3Iulc& OxSliocirig,
n short, we'll shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Osrana.
Come and see us.
Kiiih htwipn Main and Vine Streat
jst across t corner from the kw JJKllAl
HARRIS & UNRUH,
and all kind ol goods usually kept la a
riBMT CLASS rt ltXITUUK vtobIi
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goodi.
Our New and elegant hears i always tu
Remember the place, in UNION
BLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear w may be found uljfht or day.
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