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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1883)
8. R. IPJEHMItll,
M KDICINE, PEKFUM ERVS,
Oils, I'ainth, Hkusiies,
A full JIne of TriiMMCM
Ami In fact everything coiituiiicl In
a first-cUss Drug btorr. I'rc
hcrii lion carefully compounded-
Cmn pet it ion met in
(Vk. Mai.v aki Tniicn Stickkts
, SECOND-HAND GOODS-
Will IJUV and MXL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main stin t.
(jjoxit6 The Old Duke l:
Matt-mouth. Feb. 1st, 1S83-
This beautiful three etory brick etructure. o
lower Maid street, ha Just been finished and
fitt.-d up for the accommodation of
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Bar
in. connection with the
1 It ED COOS Propr.
CALL AT THE
H. A. WATERMAN k SON
Wholesale n'ld Ketail Dealer la
Fourth Mreet lu rear cf Cpcra lit um .
A MNK LINE OF
MEERSCHAU AND BRIAR PIPES
OF VIKECT IJIFOKTATIOX.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S lally made for the retail tra-1.5 only. :
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory.
BOOTS AMD SHOES
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
PU.it al S.wiaeiUoa. yiU be earef.illy
carried out, and full attention will b given a
to safety and durability.
L.CSSOXS O PAIVTIXG
tit U, Water Colors, Crayon and PeneiL
PUBLISH Kl li r
The Flattsmontk Hcral PuHisMni Co.
OFFICIAL PAPKU OF Til Id CITY.
For CUy and County Directory, Hallway Time
Tablet. Telephone Kxchaoz 15uine It-
rectory, Iltiainen Cards Ac, fee fourth page.
Notice -to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisement or change
In advertisement luuU he handed iu to Um
ItuKliienHoRlve not lHi-r than 10 n. m. of the
day lu which they are to be Inserted. Col
for nav locul" ami Mecial notices luunt
handei In before 3 p. nt . each day to Insure in
sertion. II M. liLWllNKI.I..
JEFF. L. STONE. - City Editor.
A. SalUlmry, Dentist.
The Denver train wits an hour nod a
half lute tins morning, oc-aioncd by a
delay on tlie j."
The train going west Ut evening
wa about two hours late, being de
tained by u washout homo place on the
C, li. ii
One week front today the American
Eagle will Hup his wings and crow, i.
c. ifhenmt struck by a cyclone, or
drowned out in tlx: meantime.
The tire boys ran their engine up to
Sherwood's building last evening, and
pumped tlto water from the cellar.
which had flowed in during the late
Miss llattie Fulmer'a Kiudcgartcii
school was out havinc a picnic this uf-
ternoon. The little outs enjoy an at-
ternoon picnic moro than the older
ones do the ride home after night from
A number of young ladies and gentle
men were takine advantage of the
pleasant weather last evening to enjoy
a horseback ride. We can't stand any
horseback rides, but occasionally take
a swing in the hammock.
A number of tramps and beggars are
reoorted to be canvossinar the citv who
ure strapping, able bodied men. The
city needs the assistance of just such
fellows now on the streets to repair
the damatrcs caused by the lat few
The Beatrice Independent s-o s that
the body of a man with a pencil be
hind his ear. a iair of shears in his
light hand and his pockets tilled with
gold has been excavated at l'ompen.
lie is supposed to have been an editor.
There is a mystery connected with that
excavation, which throws some doubt
urxn the supposition that he was an
editor. They never could nnd any
signs of a paste pot.
A couple of transients with accor-
deans crave an open nil- coucert along
Main street last evening, taking m
what stray nickles they could pick u;.
One oldhtdy in her great haste to get t-
the front, collided with a boot uhu.K
wlm h id engaged hiiQscll for the sea-
koii on rranK Whiles ooots. mcwu
ladj had on a full head of steam, and
the b. b. was on his knees so deeply en
grossed ith his contract that he didn t
hear the whistle. I he woman got
there, biit the b. b. has to eat standing
u 5 tod ly.
The Topics man in the State Jour
nal jzoes into exstacies over the uis
! oovcry tlint tliey might have water in
. & it i j
Lincoln. A whole lane oi water.
They have Middle creek, Oak cre k
nnd Salt creek and he proposes to
dyke llicin nnd turn the water into
the low ground at the western ex
tiemity of the city, thereby forming
the lake. W e shall expect ere many
moons to advertise Lincoln and the
I:ike" as surpassing Minnetonka for
a summer resort and watering place.
Do you intend to drink any of the
THAT COOK STOVE.
Tin Drawing Last Evening and the
All the tickets for a chance iu draw
ing the first cook stove inanufactnrd
in Cass county, being sold, nothing re
mained to do but decide on the man
ner of drawing, then draw. Fifty,
gun wads, representing the fifty num
bers were placed in a hat, and on one
of them was written the word stove
They were shaken up and Clifford Wes
cott was blind-folded and began tak
ing them cut one at a time. He drew
blanks only nntill he came to the fifth
one, which contained the coveted word.
Charley Black held ticket No. 5, and
was declared the lucky man. They not
only drew for the stove alone, but there
was $15 worth of other furniture with
it. such as boilers, kettles, etc. The
following were the 'stockholders in
Mlk Schnellbncher it at jnisiii.en
I) HSini h
Charley lilack. stove
F K White
Ml- Ina Marshall
J K Morrison 2
John JenulDK 8
K K Windham
J V Wcekhacb
It C Mc.Macken
1, 1) Bennett
J U Strod
J V Crawford
; W Snerman
Joe Kalifl Id
H F Wilson
J N Jones
W C Showalter
W 11 Itaker
.1 A Connor
I. ( Todd
.1 C Boone
F K roe bier
Mrs. Will Thomason went to Lacona,
la., today, to visit with friends and rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Polk and Mr.
Mrs. Allbaugh are doing Om&ha to
day. Mike O'Connor returned from his
trip to Chicago this morning, and re
ports having an A No. 1 time.
Will S. Wise returned last night from
Wilbur, where he has been on a busi
ness trip the last few day?.
Among the passengers to Omaha this
morhing we noticed .1, W. Barnes, A.
W. Crites, Dr Wintrtcen and Prof
Col. Th.inias Doan, of Bostcn, foun
der of Doane college, at Crete, was in
the city last night the guest of A. W.
McLaughliu. He wfut west to Crete
Jit clalru of Ansel ruo Jl. Smith, foi
reduction in valuation of the C. S,
Smith estate, Orcapolis Town Com
pany, and South Platte Land Company
ordered reduced as follows:
On ne X 1-12-13 $145.
" nwji 1-12-13 150.
M ne)4 aw X 1-12-13 40.
" lot 20 in s e s e ,'4' 21-12-13 $70
nene H 5-12-13 8500,
" 8 W )i 35 13-18 300.
- s e i 85-13-13 $450.
stji nwi i-iv-ii ioo.
lot 1 s w U u w hi 19-12-14 580.
" " Oswiis w,V 19-12-14 $160
And countv clerk ordered to enter
all said additions and reductions on
the returns made by assessors and
make tax list correspond with such
In claim of John lilack tor reduc
tion in valuation of north 4s feet or
lots 1 and 2 blk. 40 IMattsmouth city.
In claim of John Waterman for re
duction in valuation of lots 1, 2 and 3
blk. 7 I'lattsmouth city, ordered refus
In claim of A. P. Weston for change
in assessment of personal property in
Avoca. Weepit-g Water and Mt. Pleas
ant precincts ordered refused.
The board having completed meir
labors as a board of equalization pro
ceeded to make levy of taxes for the
year I8c8 as follows to-wit:
County general lund ana eigut-
County bridge fund 3 and nine-tenths
in i 111.
County road fund 2 and nine-tenths
II. & M. K. II. bonds 4 mills.
Lew for payment of bridge bonds
in South lie ud precinct 4 mills.
The following levies were maae ior
the payment of bonds and Interest on
bouus in the following bcnooi aisiricis:
District No. 9, 5 mills.
" - 21, S
- J2,5 u
" 36,4 '
" 75, 15
the different school Doaras
13 were ordered on the tax list:
School district 25 mills.
4 2 5
School district 348 mills.
4 354 "
" 36-10 "
' 37-10 "
S8 3 "
" 425 M
. 435 "
44- 10 "
45 4 "
" 46-18 4i
" 498 "
" 50 6 "
" 518 44
u 578 "
a 596 "
. CO S "
u 614 "
65 U 4
" 6610 fc
68 43 "
70 f "
73 3 -
" 74 6 "
76 - 8
78 6 -
79 .5 44
u fcO 4 '"
" 8115 "
" S2 6 "
84 Q "
" 8513 "
86 5 '
87 10 "
The following levy oi
city was oruereu on the tax list:
General Fund, 10 mills.
Merriani Judgment, lj mills.
Fitzgerald judgment 4 mills.
B. & M. R. B. bonds, 5 44
Chicago Avenue bonds 2 "
General school lund "
Teachers fund 3 imilt3.
Old school indebtedness 3' mills.
The following levy of Louisville vil
lage wa9 ordered on the tax list:
General fund, 5 mills.
The following levy of the town of
Weeping Water was ordered on the tax
General fund, 5 mills.
Board adjoorntd until Tuesday morn
ing. TUESDAY, JCNK 12.
Board met pursuant to ndjournment.
Present, full board and J. W. Jennings,
clerk by W. L. Browne, deputy.
The following appoint mehts were
C. C. Sherby, overseer, road district
J, 3d. Creamer, overseer road district
J. S. Sturdevant, coustable, Bock
P. B. Murphy, constable, 1st ward,
The" following bonds' were approved :
O. C. Edson, ove-seer. district 36. F.
AmasA IlaKklus, overseer, district 4
J. II. Davis and ('. Bogard suretis.
C. B. Brush, overseer district 44
John Dal ton and Prank Towle suret'4
Wm. Buster, overseer district 47, H
L. Clapp and .Samuel Bn-edon ssreti-'s
C W. Crimes, overseer district 6J
(r. A. Hose and John O'Douuell
oeo. ii. bwarlz overseer district 29,
J. n. Jtyau and U. K. Jordan sureties
P. B. Murphy constable. Joint Shan
non and J. P. Youug sureties.
In the matter of the application of
J. L. Phillips and 45 others, for the or
ganization of a village to be known as
Oreenwood, comprising the following
rcai estate :sw l-4sec. 32, T la.li 9,c, the
v b;z bo t-4 di, i-j, y, ine ni sc
31, i, . Also lot u in s 1-3 nw 1-4
42. 61. 9. claiming a population of 450
persens. It was ordered that the same
be continued until the July meeting
for proof by affidavit or otherwise, that
a majority of the tax-payers of 6aid
limits hud signed such letitioii. and
that J. L. Phillips bo notitied of such
In the matter of the application of E.
L. Heed and six others residents of road
districts 33 and 44 to have that part of
the road running west from the village
of Weeping Water on line of Section
35, Town 11, range 11 changed from
district 44 to 33, It was ordered that
such change be so made, and overseers
of the districts notitied.
An order was allowed to G. Swartz.
overseer dist. 29 for 1000 feet of lumber
15 cedar posts, and 35 lbs spikes.
An order was allowed N Satchcll.
overseer dist 32 for 500 feet of lumber.
An order was allowed J It Vallary.
overseer district 14 for 1000 feet lum
An order was allowed E E Carr. over-
seer of district 28, for oO'J feet of lum
An order was allowed A BBarriover-
seer district 26, for 2000 feet of lumber.
An order was allowed John L Dawson
overseer district 34 for 1500 leet of lum
An order was allowed J T Lloyd,
overseer dist. ltf lor 875 feet lumber
and 20 lbs spikes.
An order was allowed to G W llanhinan
pay as overseer lss2. dist. 67 S56.60.
An oraer was anowea toe tr iau, overseer
aim 24 i4.
An order was allowed Herman Petman over
eer ditt 25 sso.
An order was allowed Nick Satchell overseer
am 4- sis.
An order wan allow Jd Jehn R Vallery, over-
An order was allowed August Brunko. over
seer dist 23 S3.
ah oraer was auowea Holmes overseer
aisi z 8c.
ah oraer was auowea u w rai ker, overseer
An order was allowed John L Daweon over
seer dist 34 S14.
Ordered on application of Peter Gru
ber that he have the lumber left from
old bridge near his farm on payment to
the county treasurer of the sum of
Ordered that the county treasurer be
instructed to pay to Elmer D Frank,
clerk of the U. S. district court the
amount of $700 to be applied on C II
Wheeler vs school district 32, Cass
Ordered that the Mo. P. It. It. Co.,
be notified that they are required to fix
county road crossing at crossing of the
county road and railroad at corner of
section C, town 10, range 1 in Avoca
The following claims were allowed
on the countv general fund:
Cyrus Alton, cSunty superintendent S2t0 00
rrauic larrum. assessor, lourtn ward
David Miller, assessor, third ward citv..
M M.EIwaln, assessor, second ward : y
hi. McKlAaiii, collecting deliti(i.-ia
W. L. Baker, assessing fiist ward, city...
Wm. llei'old, merchandise for paupers...
wm. li, baker, . .
M. B. Alnrpby Sc Co.,
J. V. Eikeubary, jailor and boarding
Tlenry Boeck. cot for lail
JoReph Schlater, lixi.ig clock
K. W . Hyors. attendance May term court
8. (t. Latta, assessing Keck Bluffs ure-
4 O i
J. W. Jennings, vompletinac asncsor's
. 153 32
State Journal, printing
Fred (iorder, coal
j. J. Hassou, boarding Mary E. Thomas
T. S, Fountain, tax paid on school laud. .
O. 1). Mattisou, erroneous assessment ..
K. G. May Held & Co., printing
It. W. Hyers, bailiff fees. J. V. Eikeubary
" II. K. Lincoln...
B. O. Veonians.
J. V.Travis, witness in ease State vs.
Maria Halvsrst..dt. caring for pauper
A. Karr. boarding pauper
James Crawford. services as com
Samuel Richardson, services a commis
sioner and posts for district Is
A. B. Todd, services as commissioner.. .
li. A. Waterman & Son. lumber 104 88
Warrants were allowed the county
treasurer on the following districts,
erroneous poll tax : .
Road district 9 $3.00,
' 17 3.00,
" 23 6.00.
" 'JO 6,00.
" :3l 6.00.
" 39 .00.
" 40 3.00.
And orders were
allowed to the fol
lowing persons in road distric ts as fol
lows: H.J.Davis, erroneous tax refunded,
district 69 3 00
John L. Dawson, erroneous tax refund
ed, district 34 3 CO
F. O. Kendall, erroneous tax refunded
distriot 40 so
Chas. Mettier, erroneous tax refunded
distriot 25 3 00
Board adjourned to meet June 25,
18?3. J. W. Jennings,
THE DR. FISHBLATT CASE.
in the Matter
We made imjuiiies today rela
tive to the suit between Daniel
F. Kiser and Dr. Fishblatt. We do not
belk'VC in trying to prejudice the minds
of the public relative to any issue tc be
tried before the courts before a hearing
has been had. In this case, however,
the Journal seems desirous of agitating
the matter, and trying to prejudice the
public prior to any hearing in court.
From an examination of the pleadings
filed in the case, we learn the following
facts, viz :
That on February 24th, 1883, Daniel
F. Kiser gave four notes for fifty dollars
each, payable in thirty, sixty, ninety
and one hundred and twenty days, re
spectively, and to secure the payment
of the same gave a chattle mortgage on
a team of horses; that the notes were
not paid when due, nor any part "ot
them, and were placed in the hands of
Strode & Clark for collection; that to
prevent the taking of the team on the
chattle mortgage, Kiser begun a suit
and obtained a temporary injunction be
fore County Judge Johnson. lu his
petition upon which the temporary in
junction was allowed, Kiser alleges
that Dr. Fishblatt received the notes in
consideration of treatment for deafness
and that the doctor contracted to cure
him in eight months. He alleges that
Jlf I Pf tulfinrr I In mvillrina itracortHart
- " ,,V,V 4 V - W . u .
for a short time, hi tenth became seri
ously allected. and his mind Hrrioudy
imfiaired, and that th effects of the
medicine were such that he was com
pelled to abandon It. He sues for dam
ages caused by the same in the sum of
one thousand dollars. Kiser further a!
leges that the doctor is an itinerant
quack and a fraud and wholly insol
The doctor in answer says the treat
ment was not lor nearness but lor '
private raalady.which we prefer not to
name. That the patient, Kiser, agreed
to report thn result of his treatment
from time to time and receive further
instructions. That the patient failed
to report and soon abandoned the treat
ment. The doctor denies the allega
tion that he is a quack and a fraud but
alleges he is a graduate of a medicu'
college, has his diploma and has been
n active practice for several years.
The doctor alleges in his auswer that
he is not insolvent, but is financially
able to respond iu anydamages to which
the plaint iff may be entitled upon a
final hearing. He is corroborated in
this statement by the affidavit of
Joseph II. Millard who says the doc
tor has property, money and credits in
the city of Omaha to the amount and
value of $10,000.
Strode & Clark filed a mo ion to dis
miss the injunction and the motion
was argued before Judge Pound in
Lincoln last week.
From Mr. Strode we learn that the
njunction was sustained but Judge
.und said it was going a long way
to do so, but he would in this case do
so on condition that the nlaintilf.
Kiser, gave security in the sum of
$400 and if he failed to give the se-
urity in ten days then the injuction
to be dissolved. Judge Pound san
he would not have sustained the tern
porary injunction were it not that by
Kiser s giving good security the doc
tor would lose nothing in the end
should he be entitled to a judge
ment upon the final hearing. Ho
further said all the issues could be
tried in one suit and thereby save a
multiplicity of suits.
The Journal intimates that Judge
Pound has disposed of the whole
matter except the claim of Kiser for
damages when in fact he has decided
nothing except to continue the in
junction restraining the doctor from
selling the team under the chattle
mottgage, upon condition that Kiser
give security in double the amount
of claim against him. These are the
facts as we have been able to find
The trouble between our Bohemian
friends was finally settled among them
selves without the aid of the "coort,"
which saves them considerable money
and possibly ill feeling. They used
poor judgment In getting into a diffi
culty, but good judgment in settling as
20,000 envelopes in XX white and
blue, in good quality Manilla, and in
alls sizes, just received at this office.
These envelopes have been bought at a
bargain, and parties desiring envelops
should leave orders. I05tf,
fTe guarantee to discount all
prices on Clothing by lu r.er
cent. S.& C. Mayer.
Opera House Clothiers
Cheapest place in town
io buy ilre-I03di-wlt
works is at Warrick's.
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this iu mind. d&wtf
Crackers at Bennett
FOR s in: -Lot -z :u,d :t tu
Block. -II, Imnroved.
dn? a. ii. iA5ai i)i.
It will pav you to read Wise's
just umn iu this pape-. you may find
what you want. S9tl
Bremuer's Crackers at Stadleman's.
Old papers for sale at this office at
orty cents per hundred.
By buying your goods for ca9h of W
11. Baker. I will guarantee to save vou
5 per cent, on dress goods, trimmings
etc., if you will give me a chance. We
have all the new shades in buntings,
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
eot. Best vahu in parasols nnd faDs:
stock complete in all departments and
must be closed out in limited time for
cpsh. (iive me a ail and save money
Tr.d&wtf W. II. Bakkr
Advertisements untf-r tin
-r line e.icli insertion.
head, three cents
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 1 will remo e my
stock of Jewelry, on or about Julv 5th to
Sherwood's new block, flret door on Fifth St.,
where I will be pleased to see all mv old custo
mers and many new ones.
erv truly vours.
dS5tf I.. C. Ekwex.
XI ONEy To I.OA.-.lu.iuire of 11, H. WuiU--
MONEY TO 1X1 AN On real estate by SuTH
vau -. Wooley. tf
FOR SALE A fresh milch
h. B. Windham.
cow. Inquire of
-Scratch Tablets in all sizes, at
A hous inquire of R. B. Wind-
FOR RENTEItS Look at Wine's ad. and es
pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
OR SALE a lot in good location
97if lars at mis oince
OR SALE-j-An order for a new American
cewmu Aiaciuue. inquire at thisofnee.
IOR SALE t. 000 cords of wood. Inquire of
w. . vwe. tf
FOR SALE ( Id papers for sale at thia office
at 40 cents ki hundred or 5 cents per doz
F03 SALE Four lots together in good loca
tion in thl city. Inquire at this office tf
IVANTED A good cook or dining room pirl
at Stadelmann's Restaurant. 80 tf
WANTED Two blacksmiths and a black
smith helper at Schnefllbacher'c shop, sotf
WANTED-Day boarder at Stadlemann'e
Refitau ant. The best of board t
reasonable term. 7i-d!f.
WAjTED-John Bauerhas bought theStohl
" man place, coruet ot 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to accomtnod ite ihe public io the
way of board! ig ai d lo Igiitg by the week or
LOST Five dollars reward, a reticule con
taining keys, &c. Same was lost in thU
city Sunday. Five dollars reward to finder who
will leave same at the post oftice. vt 2t
Twenty acres of land oue-halt mile
Irotu lown. cheao. For particulars en-
(Hvftrmmor to Mtrrlsht A 9IIIU r.)
PINE i HEAVY HARM
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &c.
always lu Mx-k.
HtjHiii iii' of ull kinds neatly done o
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth.
O. M. STKKICIi r. ItuHutM Manager.
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CITY, of London,
FIUEMAX FUND, of Ciilifornia
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO..
WELL'S FARGo & CO.. EXPRESS.
Offlcoiu Kockwood Wock, with Johnson Bros
S.TC, ETC., ETC.
Of All Descriptionz.'i
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
IS NOW HfcAOl fUK OKKVICF.
With many thanks for past patronage,
invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
Sltf. I'lltXlfHK A.U C'OFFIX
BLJ1 CKSMI TH
HOKSE SIIOEING &
All Kinds of Fan implenients Henied will
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mulc& Ox Shoeing,
n short, we'll shoe anything that hay
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraife.
Come at:d see us.
n Fltth St. between Main aad VineStret
xstaeros te corner f ro:n the nkw HERAL
At the down-town saloon,
OPPOSITE THE PERKINS HOUSE,
Keeps a complete line of
"w i isr res & ,
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER.
and tV? best brauds of Kentucky
Opposite Perkins House, - - Pi.ATTSMori'if.
GAIT, FLEISGHMAN & CO.
The best yeast i i use, received fresh
rvcry TUESDAY and FRIDAY
." mornings. Trade supplied by
Law nnd collection biitoiicus prouiji
tly attended to at this office and pro
cceds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting attended to on bhort uo
tico and satisiacliou guaranteed.
If there is any thing we do make a
specialty of, it is city and suburb -g
real estato. .Several fine farms aad
some wild land at bargains. Laborinu
men can get alioms by paying rnonthn
ly what they now pay lor house rent
Hlx choice half aero lots, 8 minutes
from K. K. shops, at from &K0 to $lo&
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to nay ho did not own
a house. Coino and nee, you ar not
compelled to buy and wo wont give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Five aero lot J mile from city for
2.r0 part on time.
J'Jeven aero lot J mile from cily
for .1s.r.r0 thin is extra line.
Some good citv property or out lots
for trade lor hor'horses or catlle.
Ten acre for o00 00
" " " 6(H) 00
" " " 7oO 00
" " . " 2j00 00
Several fcmall tracts well improved
and adjoining the city, for sale at
FA KM LANDS.
4o wren, wild COO 00
80 " iuiproy'd 1000 K
1GU " oOOO (K
200 44 G'JOO OO
210 " " 0000 00
Finest fetock larm in ('ass county
JilCOtM), long time and low rate ot in
terest. lfio aor'.s, wild $.'1200
ho " 1200
1C0 ucrcH. wild. Ilei. Vf'v (cfwh) 1200
'or. lot .'I bl'ks from shops (cheap) 100
1 " 44 44 " 17.r
:i " r " loo
2 " 460
4 " " 17.0
2 '4 " 150
N. Cth street Oine) iiOO
2 44 " Picnic Hill " 200
1A " " Washington avc44 JJ.0O
1 44 44 1 bl'k from Mam st extra 400
Improved city real estate in abun
dance. I can find what you want in
this lino if you will call and see me.
Businens houses and lots for sale
at much lower ligurcs than will bo
asked six months hence, when the di
agonal is an assured success. Do not
wait till the advance comes aud then
complain of your poor luck.
Stores and dwellings rented and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want in
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you wan.
Office open nearly eyerv evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two flue lots
in good location price, SSOO.
"W. S. WISE,
CITY of PLATTSMOUTH
Valuable outlots for residence pur-
' .Sage s addition lien south-west of
the city, and all lots are very easy of
access, and high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron'r,
SAGE'S HARDWARE STORE,
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO mifagrgjx
wltbontmedleln: Pain fa thm back. Iilta. hrsd, r
llnlrt, icnui 4eblllC7,lanibiMv. grmrrml lability,
rbaamatl.an, paraJyala. acaralaia. alatlca. 4lra
M al iha kldnTa.aplnal dlaraaa. tar!4 Ur,t
eailaal cailMlaaa, lnMlrirf, ath Mta. heart 4la
rate, dynprpala, canatlpatloa. rrjalpclaa. ladlcra
tloa. hernia, mr raptara, catarrh, pUaa, apUapaj,
""Khinny"5etu"lVy of tha 5EVKRATIVERA
emirs, lost Tllalltr. lack afaerva forra a4 lar,
waatlac weakaerM-a, aa4 all thaaa dlaeaaea ar a par
aaaal aatare. from whatever caiiM, tba contiauous
trwam of Uatmetlsm pfrroeatlna lbrans;l arta
Irwlwe tbra la a health tU TUra Una
tinnuiuii 1 1 DfinoTro
TO THE UllB:-gaa
Exhaa.Uaa,PTpepta.er with IllMMueaariba Ll
ar, hllaarra. itaadaeba ar old fcrt, kllr r
Weak Aakl ar fcwollra Feet, an AUlomliial Brit
and a pair of Magnetic foot Battel lea ha v noauperlor
in the ra'lef antlcura of all them .-onplalnta. They
can t a powerful tuatfoeUs foroa tu Uia avat of Uta
'rLaaie TBaelr. WeaVaeaa af tha Patae. Kail.
lok ar the araaib, Leaearrhora. Cbraale laflaaiBBa
On aad lleeratloa af t k. U'aaa, laeldeatal nra.
reha ar FlaodfflB. I'alafal. Mappreaaed aad lr
recalar Meaatraatlaa. Harratea. aad ebaas-a mr
Ufa, tbUlathr Beat Appllaaea aad Caratl A seat
For"aJI forms of Teaiala IMIBenIttea It t nnanr
Caaaed by anything- before Inrentd. buOi a. a ruiaura
aet.t and aaa amirceof noer and ita I nation.
Prloa of either Belt with Magnetic Koot Batteries, t P.
Bent by szpreasC.O. O .atvl sxaiptar.tion allowed. or by
mall on receipt of pries. In ordering, aeud niaanira ft
walat and alia of ahoe. Renilttanoa caa be mads laour
reney, Rent In letter at our rlak.
Tbs Magneton Gtrmtnn are adapted to all srvs, ar
worn o.ar Uia under clothing, (set at la tba
bedy Ilka tha aaaay Caleaala aad Fleatrle llaaa.
adTSrtleed aa asteaalTelyl and should Ua
taken off at night. They hold their potperjbmwr, and
are worn at ail aeaaona of the year.
and .tamp for the "New ler,artirel Wattleal Treat
ment Witheat hi ad lata a," with thvuaaiulaof taatlMMe.
"""the MAcrjncTox appuace co.;
218 Mate. bU, CbioMKO, 111
Oar f-arjrs QABDETf rf
deacribinir t'' Htltmhlt oVed
1UmII ft'roe tm All. Y
offer the lfmt JITmiIiui In
"-m. a. .aacjirvrATOPI,Com,tll
a.iZ3 lcnr ATOEIt.Com. Osts
i. .in ig,
Hfv. pi ,S lis
,wlm.,ianKlMIUwwimnd-A. IlUl cnrl lo.
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