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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1883)
Oii.h, Paints, Hrl'siieh,
A Full Xiine of TruNMCM
Aul iu fact everything contained lu
n lirst-cliKM Drug Store I rc
fctrir lions carefully compound
I Cotnpetitiou met in
due Main amd Tiiiko Stkkkts
SECOND HAND GOODS.
Will BUY and feEI.I. all kind of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main t i
tjrx,ficr The Old Dukr. ."
1 :Miiouth. Feb. 1st, lbt-
T!ili hfuiitlfiil three story brick tructure. on
:orer street, ha- Jitnt beo fininlied and
! ii- for tho :ircoiiimoJatiou of
..EVERY THINS ELW AND CLEAN
A Gocd Bar
In eounn Hon with the
:r. IKED UQk. Fropr.
CALu AT TTl
7 $ $
Fonrlh Mrtfl. in rear if Opera Jitue.
A FINE USE OK
MEERSCHAU AND BRIAR PIPES
' OF DIUECT 1MPOHTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S lally mad for the retail tra li oaly. :
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory.
BOOTS AMD SHOES.
MA UFACT1JBIX O
ARCHITECTCBA.I. WORK A
PUa aai' S.'Ufliflcat'oo'i will be carefully
earrled.out. ad full attention will b glren a
10 aafetr and durability.
lessors oar painting
la Oil Water Colois, Crayon aud Ptncil.
Ottcaiver S(kn id K t nrtcirJa.'alB
The Plattsmontn Beral PoMiiliiii Co.
OFFICIAL. FAPKK OF TIIK C1TV.
For City and County directory, Railway Time
T1!e Tt-lrptione Kxchang llimiiiea Di
rectory. H'Mnem Card e fourth page.
Notice to Advertisers.
Cony for llnI.iv advertisement.! or chanir
In f vrrtleiueuti mutt l handed In to tlio
liilun oltli-e not later tli an 10 a. in. of the
day lu which they are to l lom-rted. Copy
for y 1m-hIx ami Nikolai notices iniiot be
liiiiiiitvl lu before 3 p. in. each day to Insure lu-
m-rtloii. II At. iU'HMNKl.i..
- 15unlue.i Manager.
j Err. L. STONE. - City Editor.
A. SuilNbury. iirutlNt.
V. will in
The (iiTiimn Methodist church in
Elm wood precinct was utruck by liht-
nlng last J? aid ay miht uud cotnidetely
The Crete Standard Is iasuiuir a little
daily during the CI. A. 11. reunion aud
feu n day school asueniblage at that
The County Commissioners are busy
examining the County Treasurera
books and making the semi-annual
The II. & M. will run excursion trains
into Crete for two days during the (.
A. it. reunion aud Sunday school as
J. he Lincoln tolks are jubilant over
the prospects of the Missouri Pacitic
building a line from some place near
Joe Buttery has recently put in quite
a lot Of fresh, new drugs which he will
sell at bed rock rates at his old head
quaiters on lower Main street.
. m m
John Wavman will' Publish the list
i o. Borrow, u iQ(eT wuoyuav&riaKen
biuces ill drawini: the Atttf stove
manufacture in (he taie of Ne
braska. 1 is'
A much need d improvement is be-
lae made ou south Sixth street h'. 1 neur
the residence of Mr. Marsland, by grad
ing and filling up the deep gullies wash
ed out by the recent rain.
ilts. Moere was fined jfy vast coats,
last eveninc: lor kefMiuf a,l)Ouera ill
lame, which shcbALK THeidrU' who
were Jaed yeirteptbry and antyl iaii
for being iutnaxn oflho amey" are re
leased-sqrlie of the ooys having paid
Andrew Sturm, of Liberty precinct,
4. in tlie cityJobsr, and reports the loss
ft5alurdav nisht s storm of 40 ho"b
worth over f 600, an u abont 300 busr.-
ls of corn. The water in the little
'creek bv his place was ten feet hi-rlier
thau it has ever been before.
today stands at thirteen
ti et two ine
andai stillnsiibg. Mr.
oj f ucriUheif the re-
l-i l to tl
eDumiiifit, alio teie-
toclyardX i Kansas
fnl of a sudden rise.
ni.-d wani lobe prepared for it.
The Sta-e Journal quotes Mr. Leinin?
jr. as s:ij-i!ig iliat tiiere will be a very
larire immigration to this state from
ceulrai and southern Illinois this sum
mer. lie says further, that for the past
three years the farmers of central and
southern Illinois have reaped vervmea
ire returns from the seed planted. One
gentleman who came here as the fore
runner of a colony to follow shortly,
was most agreeably surprised to liud
the lands so cheap in price; he had sup-
it necessary to go to the verr . western
portion of the state to obtain lands at
reasonably low prices.
A number of the old soldiers in Lin
coln aud vicinity, who have never
availed themselves of the privilege of
taking a homestead, are considering the
feasibility of forinirg themselves into
colony, and go up into the northern
part of the state, where government
land is plenty, and take homesteads.
The intention is to take a whole town
ship. They propose to take their claims
make the necessary improvements ac
cording to law, and then in the early
spring remove to their new homes and
commence squatting and improving in
From an exchange we glean that
there was an occurrence recently in a
Western town which, beyond doubt,
has no parallel in any known history.
While John Daniel, or a negro, better
known as M Pop-eyed John." was walk
ing aUng the street his right eye pop
ped out and fell down on his cheek. It
hung there for several minutts, and
John was frightened out of his wits
from fear that he had lost his eye. lie
laid upon the giound and gave vent to
his grief in loud groans, and while he
was struggling around the eye quietly
resumed its position in the socket, and
to John's great surprise and happiness,
he could see from it as well as ever
The gentleman who reported the oc
currence says it was witnessed by
seventy-five or eighty people; so thnt
if it is a lie it is well established.
War In Bohemia.
Sunda' evening some of our Bo
hemian friends met at their society
building in the west end to have a
good time; the band pla3"ed, and the
beer flowed lrcely, by and by a dis
pute arose between one Skoumal
and Mike Warga, who had apparent
ly taken on too much of their native
beverage, which resulted in Warga
getting several severe cuts about the
head, the other partv getting oU
without llaodelicd. Varjfa swore
swore out a complaint Monday morn
ing, but SkOMki Was missing. The
eagle eye of our city . marshal, how
vivspied him oui-ttets'wtttitwoti.
and ho was brought into court. 3I4
By buying yoar goods for cash of W
H. Baker. I will guarantee to save you
25 per rent, ou dress goods, trimmings
etc., if you will give me a chance. We
have all the new shades in buntings,
Dtins veiling and other seasonable goods.
Cheapest line of ladies, and children's
Hosiery in the city. A few dolmans
and ulsters to lie closed regardless of
cot. Best value in p.nraso'.s and fans;
stock complete in all departments and
must be elosed out in limited time for'
crsh. Give iuc a call aud save money
75d&wtf .' W, U, BAKKltX
snarp jjy orue
yjf Wit A)
Their Regular Session Was Even
Tie city courcil met in regular ses
sion, 1'resent Mayor Geo. S. Smith and
councilnien lions, ilerolu, FairQeld,
Murphy, Morrison, Lchnholf anl Mc
Callan. Minutes of previous iiictlingi read
The tol.owing claims were presented
aad re f treed to the finance committee:
J V Week bach, mdse $ 32.08
Drain, registrar 2d ward 33.00
M Schnellbacher, work ou en
F 11 1'ottinger building pound 2.60
J W Shannon wk ou streets. . . . C3.30
J McDonald labor 2.25
Wm Edgerton labor 34.42
J Lohnes police
CC Mallard police
W Smith iabor
Mrs McCann, goods burned
P McCann work on streets
ti 4. t tl
P 11 Murphy chief of police. .
Streeteomuiissioner's report read and
referred to the finance committe.
Police judge's report read and refer
red to same committee.
Estimate ot cost for opening Main
street west from 10th street to city lim
its made by the city engineer, aud in
amount 8504, presented, and on motion
was ad op tod.
Mr. Lehnhoff reported on the fire en
gine, that the same was doing tbe work
claimed for it, and that the contract
under which it was purchased was
good ad sufficient to warrant pay
ment. Report adopted.
Mr. EehnhofT asked further time to
teport upon the claim of lire depart
ment for salaries for the past year,
which was granted.
Petitions of II. U, McMakcn and C.
Wentz relating to care of Oak Hill cem
etery, were read and referred ,t;o ceme
Committee ou claims asked further
time to report upon the claim of J. G.
Hayes regarding certain taxes, which
Petition of McConihie Post G. A. R.
relative to lots in cemetery read aud re
ferred to cemetery committee.
Petition of .J. C. Boouc and others,
asking the city to close barber shops on
Sunday, read and referred to the judici
Application of wolieo judge for new
docket presented, and ou motion of Mr.
b airfield the citv clerk was instructed
to procure one for the honorable cour t
Mr. Fairfield called attention to the
matter of certain needed repairs on
Mr. Muiphy called attention to other
needed repairs, especially the flume on
r itt It street, and asked the city to take
immediate aeii on.
The question ot securing money for
city improvements through bonds be
ing voted, was discussed at some length
by the mayor and council.
Attention being called to the condi
tion of the slaughter houses south of
the city, Mr. Morrison moved that the
board of health bo instructed to ex
amine into their sanitary condition,
On motion of Mr. McCallan, the re
quest of John Eeacli for privilege to lo
cate stand on Main street, was referred
to the committee on streets, alleys and
Mr. Pollock DDeared before the coun
cil and presented claim of Mr. To'.tle
for damages to lots on Chicago avenue;
claim was discussed, and on motion of
Mr. Morrison, was referred to the com
mittee on claims.
Mr. Murphy moved that the city at
torney inform the council at its next
meeting whether the city had the right
to vote $50,000 bonds for city improve
The finance committee reported back
the following claims, which were al
J. C. Eikenbary. bo&rdiusr pris
oners,.' $1 33 65
M. H. Hartigan, city att'y,1882. 110 00
F. II. Pottcnger, building pound. 2 50
Wm Edgereon, labor 54 42
Thos McDonald labor 2 35
J. V. Week bach, serving mayor
1882 100 00
P P Gass, rent of council room... 150 00
L. B. Murphy, police 50 00
C. C. Ballard,-police 40 00
J. Lohnes, police 40 00
P. McCann, labor 105 00
P. McCann, laboi.... 87 00
J. W.Shannon, labor 63 30
The following claims were not al
Mrs. P. McCann, $30, A. McFairfield
341.25, additional salary of treasurer
for 1882, 100 dollars, was also allowed,
after which the council adjourned.
- Three Groves.
Since our last lettt r to the Herald
more rain has fallen thau ever. This
time nearly all the bridges are impas
sable, some of them taten clear out.
The high bridge across llock Creek on
the telegraph road is all light, below,
that toward Hock Bluff, thcie is only
two crossable. We learn from below
that Weeping Water has s.vept out ev
erything in its course; where not taken
clear out, is badly damaged. All the
culverts across small ravines in this vi
cinity are either gone or are washed so
that teams cannot get ;u"ius Thebridge
near Wave Alloa's ou the north, which
has stood the test so well up to the last
rain, is gone too, and is lodged a half a
mile below. The soil 1U washed iVoia
the fields in to the low lands, and ra
vines has greatly bloekuded the travel
so that It is impossible to get around
with only an empty wagon or on Uorbe
back. In places the mud in the road 1
three feet deep and will quite rulre a
team in getting through 'fhe wct.
ther is c.ear and co'. this morning,
and we have ro0n to expect one fair
day at ozf of the beautif ul sunshine.
Tne mail carrier only came down
once last week, and then failed to get
further thau Factoryville, it being al
most impossible for him to get that far.
The roads will have to be repaired and
bridges put in before the public travel
can be got into motion again.
The Hock Bluffs hand b-ys came out
on Friday and enlivened our neighbor
hood witli some of their most excel
lent music, which would be hard to
beat by the experienced baud musicians.
Come again, boys, your music is appre
ciated," and we will bet a quarter that
you will get pies and cakes too, "lots
of em," iffyou will let theThree Groves
ladies know when you are coining.
While at - Kocfc Bluffs Sunday we
learned there that Lewis Case, living
near Barlett, Iowa, got nearly kil.ed
with a club a few days ago, while at a
dance that was held somewhere in that
vicinity. The perpetrators- being a set
oi runs Bucn as cau oniy oeiounu on me i
x i i f I
Missouri bottom, that
wnt with the I
intention or breakioir t
The news came that Mr. Case was
nurt very badly about the head and
shoulders, and no possibility of him
getting well. The guilty parties were
at large nt last accounts, and said to be
on this Ride of the river. How the
row occurred we did not learn. Ed
ward Carroll lost one of his hordes last
week that he was offered $300 for only
a short tune before HuroitTKK.
Commissioner Proceedings. -
Tuesday, J une 5.
Board met as board of equalization.
Present full board and J. W. Jennings
clerk, by W. L. Browne deputy.
.Numerous complaints were made
and heard as to assessments; and board
adjourned to meet June 6th.
Wednesday, Juue 0.
Board met as board of equalization
pursuant to adjournment. Present all
except Commissioner Samuel Richard -son.
Numerous complaints were made
and heard, as to assessments, and board
adjurned until June 7th.
Thuksdat, June 7.
Board met as board of equalization
pursuant to adjournment. Present
same as on the day previous.
Numerous complaints were made and
heard as to assessments, and board ad
journed until June 3th.
Fuiday, Juno 8.
Board met as board of equalization
pursuant to adjournment. Present
same as on the day before. Com
plaints were made and heard as to
assessments, and board adjourned un
til June 9th.
Saturday, June 9.
Board met as board of equalization,
pusuantto adjournment. Present the
same as day previous. Numerous
complaints were made and heard as to
assessments, and board adjourned until
Monday, June 11th.
Monday, June 11.
Board met as board of equalization
E- ursuant to adjournment. Present full
oard and J. W. Jennings, clerk, by W.
L. Browne deputy.
The board sitting as a board of equal
ization the following changes were
made in the value of property.
Upon the petition of J. V. Week
bach the following amounts were ad
ded to tbe personalty:
Wm. lleiold, 1st ward citv, $ 500.00
John R. Cox, - " 200 00
F. Hermann, " " " 500,00
C, II. Parmele, " - - 4,000 00
H. M. Bushnell, " - " 50.00
W. L. Browne, - M 50 00
C. II. Parmele Eight Mile
Grove Precinct 090.00
Parmele & Newell, Eight Mile
Grove Precinct 260.00
In the matter of the claim of Wheel
er & Bennett' for reduction on Se of
Ne M sec. 15 T 12 R 13, ordered that
the same be reduced $100.00.
In the claim of Frank Nieman. for 111 PJVM SjV'Uh'
r reduction in valuation of lots 4, 5 JV4mRsr Z' -id
6 in block 5. Plattsmouth citv. Ill ONEY TO LOAN On real estate by Sulli-
and 6 in block 5, Plattsmouth city,
ordered that the same be reduced 8100.
In the claim of F. R. & Wm. Guth
mann for reduction of valuation of
lots 1 and 2 in sec. 33, T 13 R 12, or
dered that the same be reduced $60.
In the claim of William Gilmourfor
reduction of valuation of lots 6 and 7,
sec 26 T 13 R 12, ordered that the same
be reduced g95.
In the claim of II. A. Waterman &
Sou, for reduction of valuation of lot
1 and e of lot 2, block 34, Platts
mouth city, ordered that the pame be
In the claim of F. D. Lehnhoff. for
reduction in valuation of ej of lot 6,
block, 34, Plattsmouth ci.j, ordered
that tbe same be reduced $200.
In tbe claim of II. E. Palmer, for re
duction in valuation of lots 8 and 9
block 39, Plattsmouth city, ordered
that the same be reduced $50.
In the claim of J. S. Cooley, for re
duction in valuation of Personalty in
Mt. Pleasant Precinct, ordered that
same be reduced $150.
In tbe claim of E. R. Todd, for re
duction in valuation of e4 sej sec 9,
T 12 R 13. ordered that same be re
In claim of Fred Stadelmann, for in
duction in valuation of lot 12 block 27,
Plattsmouth city, ordered that same
be reduced $500.
In the claim of R. R. Livingston,
for reduction in valuation of personalty
in 1st ward. Plattsmouth city, ordered
thatsame bereduced $46.
In claim of the M. E. church of
Plattsmouth, for reduction In valua
tion of center 44 ft of lots 1 and 2 in
blk 36, Plattsmouth city, ordered that
same be reduced $800.
In the assessment of personalty to
Thos. Allen, in Tipton precinct, in the
sum of 8370, it having been shown that
the 3ame property was assessed in
Iowa, for 1883, ordered that same' be
stricken from the assessment roll.
In the claim of F. F. Guthmaun, for
reduction in valuation of parts of lots
8, 9 and 10 in blk 31, Plattsmouth city,
known as the Perkins House, ordered
In the claim of Fred Goos, for re
duction in valuation of lot 12, blk 30,
Plattsmouth city, ordered reduced
In claim of C. II. Parmele, for reduc
tion in valuation of lots 3 and 4 in blk
29, Plattsmouth city, ordered reduced
All kinds of fire works
We guarantee to discount nil
prices on Clotliln? by 10 per
.cent. S.& C.Mayer.
Opera Ilosse Clothiers
Che-ape t f'.ace in town
works i at Warrick's.
to buy flre
A Sqaare Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
lates. . Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. d&wtf
Crackers at Bennett
FOB SALE. Lots 4 and 3 In
d97 11. It. WIXDHA.II.
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umn in this pape, you may find just
what you want. 3911
Notice to Coffee Drinkers.
Buy your coffee at Murphy & Co's.
They sell the best, and grind it for you
in the bargain. . 9 itf
Bremuer's Crackers at SladleinauV.
Griggs' Glycerine Salve.
Tbe best on earth can truely be said
ef Griggs' Glycerine Salve, which is a
sure cure for. cuts, bruises, scalds,
bnrr.s, wounds, and all other sores.
Will nositivelv cure Dlles. tetter and
. . . r . .
&li skin eruptions, Satisfaction guar
j - n teed or money refunded. Only 25c,
tb d&oceJTsalie by Smith & Black Bros.' 291 ly
Dr. IJutWret,urm05 hoine at
Miss iVfttvuiliirST n '-triraf to her
home afr''Nuraftk'a Cty tbls horning.
.viiorncy'- jinev,-weni to urana
AAA. a , V V . ft
business trip hi
Major nthtTOalitIleil on
some cfoiirkusiniK xntti this morn-
a. i. jiiuuueii, superintend? ttcie
home of Lincrfh, w In tlie last
Sqiii re .B u rn eltf, DpuHvl 1 1; paid
his rcgarils to XfiE rflr.fCkLii last
V 1 VU III li.
J. II. , IlalJehia
Water lawj er fs Icoki
i f )
W. C. Willetts' mother of Detroit.
. , t j
Michigan, arrived last evning,'au4 will
visit a week or two in Blattsffioutji,
; ' 7 i '
Dr. R.,P. Lq'ucks, thfi popular tou-
sorial artUtnnd axidrmist of
Louisvftfe, gave us a pleasant call
Mr. Fred Murphy came iu from
Cheyenne last evening to see the
"old folks' and'will riturty tomor
J. W. lyetiealostte -hmui of
r remonr, jrad who-nas sTj&ral Rouses
anil tfiof nrnanrti' Jh lM6 r.tt
d ctlirQjtvphts city J-f
Mr. John Fitzgerald passed through
the city Wmaiui:uing""on his war' to ;
Lincoln from an extended visit to New
York, Washington and Chicago.
Miss Carrie ch.ulolT returned
home frturJ6of re
ports JBTriibwis h&feing qitiU? out
of (laillerr DrJioiila-rnd Hall
Advertisements under this head, three rents
per line each insertion.
NOTICE OF KEMOVA1 I will remoe my
stock of jewelry, on or about July 5th to
Sherwood s new block, first door on Fifth Ht.t
where 1 will be pleased to see all my old custo
mers and many new ones.
Very truly yonrs.
dS5tf I,. C. EBWK.V.
van a wooiev.
FOR SALE A fresh miloh oow.
li. li. Windham.
POR SALE Scratch Tablets in
FOR RENTERS Look at Wise's ad. and es
pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
IfOK SALE a lot in good location,
lars at this nfflcA
JtTlf FOR SALE An order for a new American
Sewing Machine. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE 1,000 cords of wood,
w. s Wiw
FOR sale t
at 40 cents
Id papers for sale at this office
oer hundred or 5 cent per doz-
FOR SALE Four lots toeether in good loca
tion in thl city. Inquire at this ofllce tf
WANTED A good cook us asai.ij, mo ,i it
at Stadeluiaiin's Restaurant. K'Jlt
WANTED Two blacksmiths and a black -
smith helper at Schnellbacher'c shop, sutf
' ANTED- Day boarders at Stadlemann's
' Restaurant. The best of board at
reasonable terms. , . 7i-dtf.
IV A.- TED John Hauer has boucht the Stohl-
" man place, coruei of 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to aceommod ife the public in the
way of boardi-ij; ai d lolging by the week or
month. .(ii nl ( , ,
i dST-Vive dollars ' reward.'' a- rcticole cvn-
-M tainlng ki-ySr Sc. Same was lost ii this
city Simday. mjve dollars rawrard to finder whg
w.itl leav same'at the post oUJce. - 97 St -
HOUSE SHOEING &
All Kinds of Farm impleients Msnflei wit!
Neatness and Dispatch.
Ilorsc, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
n short, well shoe anything that ha
f jur feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St. between Main aaJ Vine Street
ast across te corner from the new HERaL
MC., KTC, ETC.
Of All DescTiptiont.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
IS NOW HHL-LJi 1-Utt ftkbVlCK.
With many thanks for past patronat-. 1
invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OK
Sltf. Ki.il.TI'tK AXU COFVIXM
. GAIT, FLEISCHMAN & CO.
Tbe best yeast ii use, received fre6h
every TUESDAY andFRID AY
- ";tnorninq.-. jTr'iupplied by , .
Jtri?rfzr-zr .t L JUSTS' AjttM
. ST W
(MofffMor fo Mtrrlsht A filler.) '
MAN UK" ACT I' It IT ft Of
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &c.
always In stock.
Repairing of all kind neatly tlvne o
Main Street, beteeu Fourth and Flltb.
O. M. HTKKKiIIT, RuMucn Manager.
I 1 m ni oil M in inr. 7
3. I. NX MP WO
FIRE INSDRANGE CO
CITY, of London,
QUEEN, of Liverpoo
FIREMAN FUND, of California
AMERICAN EXFRESS CO..
WELL'S FARGO & CO.. EXPRESS.
Ofllcola Rockwood Block, with Johnson Kros
The following are
ng business houses:
among tbe lead
Fleming &. Ruce9
Dry Goods and General Merchandise,
Groceries and Crockery.
Beardsly & Davis,
Lumber, Lath, Doors, Blinds and Win
dows, dimension timbers in all sizes.
O. A. Gibson,
Attorney-at-Law, Real Estate Collec
tions and Money to Loan.
Dr. V. B. Gibbon,
Physician and Surgeon. Calls prompt
Dealers in General Merchandise, Mer
chant Tailoring, Boots and Shoes.
Mo. Pacific Hotel,
P. L. Thorpe, Propr., central location
Boarders taken by the day or week.
The following are among the lead
ing business houses:
E. E. Day,
Dealer in general merchandise.
Highest prices paid for grain.
Dealer in grain, coal, and gencial
merchandise; dry goods, groceries,
boots, shoes etc.
Geo.A. Hay &Xo.
Hardware sporting goods and a
general line of agricultural imple
ments; Headquarters for the ce)ebra
ted Abbott buggies.
Tha following arc amoufSthc lead
ing business honscs:
No pains will be spared forr, the"
comfort of guests. Boarding by . the
day or week. Johii Cail,
. : Prop'r.
'Druggist and Stationer.
All articles usually kept in a f rst
class drugstore at bottom prices.
II. G. Hoover.
Dealer in all kinds of agricultural
implements. The Buckeye and Marsh
wine binders for 1883, a specialty.
II. E. Pankouln.
keeps the celebrated Canton plows;
also a general line of the best agri
cultural implements manufactured.
Ward & Co.
Hardware, stoves and tin-ware.
Headquarters for the noted Charter
Oak cook stoves.
The following are among
ing business houses:
Lagrange & Co.
General Merchandise, Drugs and
Groceries, Pumps, Windmill Stone,
Well Tubing &c.
A. L. Marshall,
Dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils' and
ruishes; also Books and Stationery
CEDAR Oil EE K.
Geo. E. Sayles.
G ucral Merchandisc.IIardwareand
Cc v Highest Cash prico paid for
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Law and collcrlion business promp
tly attended to at this oflleo and pro
cceds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to ou short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing wo do mako a
specialty of, it is city and suburb -g
real estate. Several 11 no farms aad
Homo wild land rt bnrgains. Laborinu ;
men can get ahoma by psying monthu
ly what they now pay lor houso rent J
Six choice ball acre loift, a minutes
from It. It. shops, at from $K0 to UV
each, aud on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a houMK. Como aud see, you are not
compelled to buy and wo wontf give
theso lots away, but you can get in em j
no they will absolutely cost you notli- j
Five aero lot mile
from city for
Vf'.TO part on time.
Eleven acre lot mile
for.r.00 this is extra flue.
Some good city property or out lots
for trade for hor horses or cattle.
Ten acres for oOO (X)
" " J" GOO 00
tr' k 7.r,,i on
" " 2500 00
Several Muall tracts well Improved
and adjoining the city, for s:ilo at
FA TIM I.ANUH.
""40 acTcH, wild CO0Oa
0 " improy'd 1C(J0 OO
160 " 5000 00
200 " 6'J(J0 00
210 " " C000 0J
Finest stock farm in Cass
$16000, long time aud low rate
1G0 acres, wild
160 acres, wild, Rep. V'y (cash) $1200
CITY I'KOI'KKTY. ;
! Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (chcap)$100
N. 6th street (fine) 300
Picnic Hill " 200
Washington ave" 350
1 bl'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real estate In abun
dance. I can find what you want in
thin lino if you will call and see me.
Business houses aud lots for sale
at much lower figures than will bo
asked six months hence, when the di
agonal is an assured success. Do not
wait till the advance comes and then
complain of your poor luck.
Stores ana dwellingarenfed and for
rent, rents promptly vo.Icttcd.
if you don't ace what you' want- lu
this column come and ask for it"" I've
probably missed just whatyou kwant.
Office open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two fine lots
in good location price, 8800.
W- S. WISE,
3ITY of PLATTS3I0UTI1
Valuable outlots for residence pur-
Sase s addition
lies south-west of
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,
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