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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1883)
Oils, Taints, Hkismks,
A .Full Iaii.cofTriiMNC
Ami in f.irt everything contained in
ii lirt-l lirutf hloiv. I're-n-ri.tiii"
til ( ' niK t ilioii nu t in
uSI 'ii-:irt ii'cnt.
Cm:. Main amu Tiiij:i Stimxts
I LA 'ITS MOUTH, Xllli.
SI-COW O HAND GOODS.
J . LEVY,
Will 15UV and A'AA. all kinds of
Will ;ilati( t; money on all
on lower Main street,
Ojqmsite The Old Duke Jluildiny.
riatlsuioutli. Feb. lbt. IKS.". 4Gtf.
TUN l-.M'itir-.il llivT M.iry lrh-k rtructure. on
iowpr Maid strei:. h:i Just breu finished and
fitted up for the nccominodatiiin ot
r i:a iV.s ient v us tom eus.
i:i:c.ul. i: isOAi;ii:n.
EVERY THI1W NEW AKD CLEAN
A Good Bar
lu coiiiirrtioii with the
If. FHF.I) (JOOS. Fropr
CALij AT THE
II. I. VATEM1H & SON
W iioi.-ialt a-il Ketull Dealer In
n. ward ri-tra House.
- KNK LINK OF
MEERSCEAU A1ID BRIAR PIPES
OK lllltKt'T lUrOKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S Iaily made Uv the rt-rail trr.13 oai.v. t
Pepperberg's (Jii:ar Factory.
BOOTS AND SHOE?-
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
PIi:m aid Spjcia.MtiaQ will be carefully
carried out. and full attention w ill b given as
to safety and durability.
ijcssoxs ox PAivrixcs
In ' Oil, Water Colors, Crayon aud Tencil.
OFFICIAL I'APKK OF TIIK CITY.
For Cty and County Mreetorr, Railway Time
Talilei. Telephone KxchatiK Uiilnes IM-n-ctory,
H'ilinvt Card &c, fourth ;t.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display ailvertltrinpnt or
In HlvertH-invnl rmm i naiiuru
In to Hie
buinriiint--e not liiler than Kill, in- of tli
day In whlrli th'-'. itr to t .liiMi-rted. t'opy
(or pay l.ral'' ) ftpri-lal iiotli-- iniixt lit
liiiiMlei In bt-In 1 in -ah day to future 11-nt-rtioii.
II M. lHHii.Nr.i.i,.
JErr. L. STONE, - City Editor.
A. MsillMlMiry, Dcutlnt.
WKicriNO Vi'atkii will lutvi
n l. l. ration tin -Mi: iml Hie Ilnr.Al.n
is r ij'iH-ti il to. :uil ylt'lly rntra'lics
the rumor tliat has ln' 11 s t ailcat Ht.it
ill that Gen. Mai.deMiii would nt Lo
(irn. M.tii'l.'Ms.'ii uiil !o tin re; ('aj.t.
Mur.l.x k, with hi. Iiatu-iv will he there;
and the reunion and ei I brat ion wi.be
a Hiieeetf.i. Hie hoys over at Weej.ino;
Water have f-iein d neither time nor
in.iiiey to make il a Miceess, f;nd Ihn
people ran ret a-mied it will I.e.
The river is still on the rise.
Some of the fchootists fj out on the
hot loin this afternoon to t!ioot lass
Bennett & Lewis have begun moving
their fctick of groceries into the room
reetntly vacated by Jo u 11. Cox.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. pro
pose giving an entertain man t on the
evening of the 12th of July, in Uock
The Western Union messenger boys
now deliyer their inessageH in buits of
regulation blue, mounted with silver
See the tabulated ststtemeut of
registration of births, deaths, etc.,
Cass county during the past year,
The Missouri Pacifie are running reg
ular trains from Omaha to Dunbar, ou
the same time card :is previous to the
washouts, over ten miles of track have
been washed out.
Head elsewhere the notice of the G
A. Jl reunion and Fourth of July cele
bration at Weeping Water. The cor
respondent of ti e .Omaha Hei:ai.d bet
ter go soak his head.
A few such days of line weather as
this will pull the corn out of the ground
by the roots. Corn through the coun
try looks splendidly, although in places
the stand is not as good as it might be.
Numerous inquiries have been made
regarding seats for the Thomas concert
at Omaha. We are authoritatively in
structed to announce that there are yet
plenty of good seats unsold for both the
I'Dth and UUth.
The Presbyterian social will be held
at the residence of F. E. White, this
(Thu S lay) evening. Ice cream and
cake w ill be served, and a very cordial
invitation is extended to the commun-
The county commissioners of Nema
h. Co have decided to call a special elec
tion for the purpose of levying a five
mill tax to rebuild the bridges washed
out by the recent fioodthe levy which
they had already made being insuffi
Manager Young received the infor
mation this morning that he might
book Hen Cotton fr S-pt. 22. Col
lier's Lights O London, for Nov. 17,
and Jauaushek for same time in August.
He is in correspondence with a number
ot other first-class troupes, and the com
ing season will give us good entei taiu-
ments. nud pleuty of them.
A special train consisting of three
coaches and a baggage car went weut
to Lincoln this afternoon about half I
past two, with the Theodore Thomas
orchestra. They came by special all
the wav from St. Joe and had to come
this way on account of washouts. There
are between sixty and seventy of them,
and they will give the capital city an
ente.rt.-wument this evening such as it
never had before.
From the Nebraska City News we
glean that Fred Kaminey, on of the six
men bitten by inait Uogs at Ked uaK,
about six weeks ago, went mad last
Sunday and had to be tied dow n to the
floor. " lit felt the attack coming on,
and every precaution was taken to keep
him from biting any one. J. he remain
der of the men, five in all, are consider
ably frightened, and notwithstanding
that all have applied the mad stone to
their wounds still they fear thej too,
will be attacked with hydrophobia ere
long There is considerable excitement
in Red O ik over the matter, and every
dog is shot ou sight.
Saturday night some tramps or
thieves broke into a car of merchan
dise at Pacific Junction, and pilfered
theiefrom ten or twelve pans ot shoes
A sham lookout has been kept for
them, and yesteruay a section man dis
covered them with the shoes on. There
were rive of them walking along the
track toward Gleuwood. A switch en
gine was brought into service, and
started in pursuit of them. As soon as
they saw the engine coming down the
track, thev took to the woods, but the
bovs kept up the chase until they cap
tured four of them. The fifth and
worst one of the lot succeeded in mak
ing his escape, for the time being, but
they hope to corrall lnm before they
give up the chase. Numerous in
tances of the same nature have fre
quently occurred at the Junction lately.
and an effort is being made to ferret
out the trespassers, and break up the
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
hold their social this evening at the
house and home of Frank E. White, up
Washington avenue. The parlors will
be thrown open to the guests, the
pleasant grounds will be no small
source of attraction. ;md entertainment
musical and recitative, together with
refreshments will be scattered in ut
convenient intervals through the even
ing and all may rest assured that Mr,
ami Mrs. White and the ladies of the
society will make it pleasant for all
friends who attend.
"Hug PoisoD," that kill every thiug,
A Lincoln Man, Three Iay
Murrletl, VIhIIn Omaha
With his Ilrlde and
Strange Story. He Meet 9 an Kueuij
Who Had Sworn to Kill Him If
He Married 3114 Hf.sser.
.V telephone message was received at
l:yu labl evening at police headquarters
lloui the grocei y at the head of St.
Mary' uveuue, stating that a man who
hid taken poison liutl been put on
niri-et car No. 4, to came dui Ioaii,
and that he needed immediate int-Uical
'1 he policu were accordingly notified,
and bhoiuy utter ten o'clock the mmi
was t'oiui 1 in a .Mil t ear near Tenth
street by Captain Donahue and Police
man Hindu), who brought him up to
too city jail, where he w us laid on a bed
to wait toe aiiival of the city phtbUiau,
Dr. Leist-nruig, woo soon ut-ponded to
the telephone summons. Tie doetoi
learned from tho man that lie had taken
strychnine, mid thereupon lie vi- mm
the usual remedies, cauMng him to
vomit, and in the course of an hour the
victim w;.s resting more canity, al
thouga frt'jucntly wrenched by piino.
The doctor liually pronounced him out
of danger, t.iy ing tli.il he w ould be all
right iu me morning, aud alter leaving
aoiuc directions for the admi-iiMenn
of medicine, he toon his departure.
The man's name is Robert Von
Cleave, and he has for some tini'i been
engaged iu ruuuiug the Commercial
faun, near Lincoln, lor J. J. 1 mho H', the
the proprietor. He is about thirty
years ot age, is a tine, intelligent look
tug man, and is well dressed, ho having
on his wedding suit, in which he was
married in Plattsmouth ou Monday
last, to Miss Lmma llesser, daughter
of Mr. llesser, the well-known florist.
Van Cleave and his bride came to Oma
ha on a little wedding trip, and regis
tered at the Metropolitan hotel. Yes
terday morning Van Cleave determin
ed to commit suicide, for reasons which
will be found further on. Immediately
after dinner he gave his watch to his
willi, and leaving the hotel he went to
a drug store and purchased ten cents
worth of strychnine, lie then got on a
street car, not knowing exactly where
he was going, but he tiually lauded at
Ilnnscom l'ark. Kutering the park he
walked about lor a little while, aud at
2 o'clock he took the poison, in the full
expectation that it would end his life
iu a very short time. lie lay down un
der a tree to die, but the poison itseeies
did not do its work as quickly as he had
expected, lie suffered, as he himself
says, all the afternoon, both in body
and mind, and when night came he
made and effort to walk into the city.
Upou reaching the grocery store at the
head of St. Mary's avenue, he was unable
to proceed further, aud entering the
store he informed the proprietor of
what he had doue. The groceryman
at once put him on a passing car for
the city, and, as stated above, tele
phoned to police headquarters.
At midnight a reporter of the Repub
lican bad a talk with the unfortunate
man, who iu response to various inqui
ries as to what led him to attempt sui
cide , said that he had not had any
trouble with his wife, and wouldn't
have had any trouble with her if he
lived a thousand years, tor she was one
of the best womeu In the world. He
left her at the hotel, without informing
her of his intention. of suicide, and she
was probably was i here yet or at the
house of a friend, Mr. (Jordon, who
clerks at Millard & Peck's commission
housf ; furthermore, she was iu utter ig
norance of his whereabouts or condi
tion. He had given her his watch as he
had fully expected never to see her
again. When asked what led him to
the rah deed, he said that yesterday
morning he saw on the street a man
who was following him aud who had
the advantage of him, or wanted to get
the best of him but iu what way he
would not say. olher than that the man
knew something about him and had him
in his po wer.
"Did this man ever threaten you
nsKeu tne reporter.
"No; but he is following mt, aud
wants to get the best of me," icplied
"What is his name, and who is he.'"
"I don't think it best to tell at pres
"Did he ever know your wife? Is he
jealous of oou?"
No, he tloes not know my wne, ana
is not jealous."
"Does he know sometinug aooui you
by which he can give you trouble.
VeB;butI have doue nothing to
Do you think he has some blackmail
scheme in view ?"
This was about all the information
that could bo obtained from him, and
told the same story to Dr. Lieseuring
and others. It is certainly a dark mys
tery, and a very sad affile-, ft. is 8U3
pected by some tnatar, yige man,
whoever he may be, knows soneming
concerning Van Cleave, which? if di
vulged just at this time, immediately
after marriage, might ruin him fu the
eyes of his wife.
On the other hand, the union uuaie,
would be suicide might have been la
boring under an hallucination or tem
porary insanity, although he seemed
perfectly rational last nigui. .remaps
the mystery will be solved today.
THE SOLUTION TO THE MYSTERY.
Since the above was written, the
epublican had learned the real
cause that led Van Cleave to attempt
suicide. The strange man, whom he
saw on the street yesterday morning,
was an old lover of Misa Hesser.
Some vears ano this man, w hose-
name is unKiiown to our informant,
wanted to marrv Miss llesser, who
was then finite voting, and she re
fused him. He afterward married
another woman, by whom he had two
children. Thev hnady seperatcd.and
when he heard that Van Cleave was
going to marry his old sweetheart.for
whom he no doubt still retained an
ardent love, he swore he would kill
Van Cleave if he married her. This,
then, shows why an 'Cleave wa3
drhen to desperation yesterday upon
meeting his deadly enemy, lhe iacts
in regard to this affair are obtained
from a gentleman of this city, who
attended the wedding of Van Cleave
and Mi93 llesser on Monday. Miss
llesser told this gentleman's wife
about this man and his terrible oath
a short time airo. while she was in
Omaha purchasing her wedding out
Gt, and on her wedding day she again
referred to the matter. bue never
told any ono else but this lady. The
jenlouft rival, who has swoin to kill
her husband, occupies n farm near
ImholTs, which is conducted by Van
Cleaves. The appearance of this man
in Omaha immediately after the mar
riage certainly does look as if he was
following Van Cleaves to carry out
his threat. Under the cii cunistaeces
Van Cleave would have been justi
fied in killing him on sight. Omaha
The above startling occur re nee
will be read with unusual interest by
our citizens as Mrs. Van Cleave is
known by nearly everyone iu Platts
mouth, as one of the best and "bright
est young ladies in the community.
She has grown up from childhood in
our midst, and has many warm per
sonal friends who will truly sympa
thize with her in her trouble, and re
ileiate the sentiment of the Republi
can in ridding the earth of the cause
of Jieii uiiliappincss.
.Scarcely a day has pissed lor weeks
w i'.l.oiit there being recorded the sales
ot one or mole pieces ot reul estate
mar Omaha. Several large farms
tuive changed owners within the past
twenty day, and smaller tracts near
the city limits are being bought al
most daily. Among the last mentioned
is it beautiful live acre Jot located in
the northern part of the city. .Nego
tiations for its transfer are being
carried on by our real estate linns, and
if the land can be secured, Dr. A. S.
Fishblatt, proprietor ot the Oni.iha
Medical Dispensary, will become the
owner, and will at once proceed to erect
a sanitarium over which he will pre
Tne pieseut location ot the Omaha
Medical Dispensary is over the Omaha
Xational Rank building, which is oue
of the linest aud most centrally located
buildings in the city. Here Dr. Fish
blatt, whose growing practice has com
pelled him to look lor larger and more
commodious quarters, has the linest
and most elaborate set of offices, par
lors, laboratories, etc., etc., of any simi
lar institution in the west. Every ar
rangement for the comfort and ease of
the patient or visitor have been care
fully looked after, aud nothing has
been left undone that would have a
tendency toward elegance or making a
visit io a physician pleasant, instead
of dreadful, as true in most cases.
Visitors can reach the second floor,
on which are located the reception
rooms, by taking the elevator on Hie
erouud floor, and will be ushered iu by
an attendant wno is always iu wwiiug.
The waitiug room for lemale patients
is especially adapted to the use of la
dies and children, and is furnished und
fitted with good taste, and an unstinted
hand that shows that nothing has been
spared to make the surroundings luxu
rious, refined aud homelike, 'the large
and well arranged labratory is also
one of the principal features of the es
tablishment. In these rooms all the
remedies used by the doctor are prepar
ed by skilful aud experienced hands,
under his immediate and competent
supervision. A large business is doue
iu the way of mail orders aud the ex
press companies state that Dr. Fish
blatt contributes largely to their north
ern, southern, and western business,
shipping nearly as many packages, par
cels, boxes, etc., as any business house
Patients are daily registered at the
various hotels in the city, coming from
all parts of the country clear through
to California. Should Dr. Fishblatt
succeed iu securing the tract of land
mentioned at the beginning of this ar
ticle, Omaha and the west may feel
justly proud of such an institution as
will be maintained, .ami as tue repuia
tiou of the Doctor and the Omaha Med
ical Dispsnsarv is so well established
there is not the shadow of a doubt but
that Dr. Fishblatt'a Sanitarium will be
well patronized and the most sanguine
expectations of the Doctor be f ully re
alized, and the Omaha merchants be
trreatly benefitted by au additional
number of strangers visiting the city to
l.-.ke advantage of Dr. Fishblatt's skill
aud the beuetits of being treated at the
new institution. Ree.
J. V. Weckbacli is in Omaha to
Wrn. Nagle departed this morning
for W ahoo.
J. W. Barnes was a
Lincoln this morning.
Sheriff livers with his
west this morning.
Mrs. Houseworth and Birdie went
to Omaha this morning.
W. C. Willetts and mother boarded
the train for Omaha this morning.
Chet Smith and Doc. Salisbury
went to Springfield this morning on a
G. M. Warrick, after an extended
visit with his son in this city rcturn-
pd to his home at Washington, Penu.
Geu. Geo. S. Smith went to Omaha
this moraine to attend the meeting
of the Republican State Central Com
J. L. Minor and A. W. Saxe.of the
B. & M. offices in Omaha were in the
eitv todav on business connected
with their ditlerent departments.
M. A. IIartigan, Esq. started west
this morning for Salt Lake City and
the mountains lor the beaent of his
health. lie will be eone live or six
Mrs. Dr. Richev and ML-a Daisy
Richey arrived in Plattsmouth last ev-
eninsr and will remain for soni ; time.
Dr. Richev. who is now at N.braska
City, follows them in a few da .
Attention, C. A. R,
There will be a meeting tomorrow at
2n.m..at the G. A. R. hall, of the
Ladies Auxiliary society, to perfect
their organization. All the loyal ladies
aud friends ot the G. A. 11. are cordi
ally invited to be present. Ry order of
the committee. 10a
Notice to Coffee Drinkers.
Buv vour coffee at Murphy & Co's.
t They 6ell the best, and grind it for you
1 in the bareain. vtt
S : Z v J1 3
"5 H W
-r a 3
few W C.J
Visit the fancy shooting t;alh
door east of Perkins house,
outfit in the west.
I V one
Don't forget the fie:
Halt A: Co , Tiiuisdavs
h lake fish
Prize shooting at the new fancy
shoot ing gallery 011 Main street one door
east of Perkins house.
Sl'IUNU LAMnS.Sl'KIMi LA. MRS,
Now is you time to get a quarter of
nice fat spiing Lnuh at llatt & Co.'s
very cheap at
Old papers for sale at this oilier at
orty cents per hundred.
liargains in window
shade at War-lGw2t-l()0dGt.
out pain, only
warranted to cure w ith
lf cents per bottle at
Call at Halt &, Oj. and get a
of lliosH nice, tat siirin-r lambs.
The only spring lambs ever
in Plattsmouth now at Hail
Leave your orders. IU'i 10
Cheapest place in town
works is at vVarrick's.
10 buy lbe
20,000 envelopes iu XX white and
blue, in good quality Manilla, and in
alls sizes, just receiveu at tins onice.
These envelopes have been bought at a
bargain, aud parties ilcsuing envelops
should leave orders, 105it,
Largest stock of
We guarantee to discount all
price on Clollilng ly IO iier
Opera House Clothiers
Crackers at Uennctt Si
keeps only the
best drugs, lead, etc.
FOIt SAliK.-L.ots -Z ana . in
SIlocU 41, improved.
d07 it. is. m.iuiiAJi.
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umn iu this pape-, you may hud just
what vou want. 911
Bremuer's Crackers at Stadlemau's.
A Square .Heal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
23 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will iilpaaehear this in mincl. deewtt
By buying your goods for cash of XV
II. Raker. I will guarantee to save you
25 per cent, on dress gooas, trimmiDgs
etc., if you w ill give me a chance. We
have all the new shades in buntings,
nuns veiling and other seasonable goods.
Cheapest line ot ladies, anU children s
Hosierv in the citv. A lew dolmans
and ulsters to be closed regardless of
coat. Rest value in parasols and fans;
stock complete in all departments and
innr be closed out in limited inns lor
Cfsh. (Hive me a call nnd save money
TSd&wtf V- II. JiAKtK
All kinds of fire works at Warrick's
Advertisements under tliis head, three cents
per line eacn insertion.
I will reino :e iny
itock f iewelry. "r
ahout Julv Sill to
soim-wooil' new bloek. fir ft door on 1-if til St.,
where I w ill be pleased to see all my old custo
mers and many new ones.
ery 11 uiy vuui ,
MONEY TO LOAN
van &. Wooley.
-On leaf estate by
FOK SALE A fresh iiiiicn cow.
h . B. Windham.
rOP. SALE Scratch 1 ablets in
all sixes, at
A this ollice.
T. OR RENTERS Look at Wise's ad
pecially the half aere lots and the terms.
IOK SALE a lot in
lars at this offiee
non SALE An order lor a new American
-I- SSewinii Machine. Inquire at thisolilce.
IOR SALE 1,00-J cords of woo4.
W. S. Wise.
nou SALE i III narer for sale at tins
JC at 40 cents ;er hundred or 5 cent per uoz
nul! sil.F vnir lots rosret tier Iu coou loca-
-i- lion iu tlii city. Inquire at this ollice tf
good cook at
ll'UTK-T-n blacksnutlis HIHl a niiicK-
smith hcluer at Schnellbacher'e shop, botf
boarders xt Stadleiuann's
The best of board at
reasonable term. ii-aii.
WA-TElJ--Jolin Bauer has bought theStohl-
man nlace. cornel of 7tli aud ine, and is
prepared to acconimod ite the public
wav of boardi-ig ai d lo Juiii Dy ine
FOUND An inside safe key.
it at this office.
Owner can find
(Su'etssor to Mtreight A
MAN UFACTCEER OF
FINE HEAVY HARNES.
A large line of
Saddles Bridles Collars WMbs. &c.
always in stock.
1Jfna.iri.na nf all kinds iieatiu done o
- - f 4
Main Street, between Fourth and Filth,
O. M. STKEIGHT. Business Manager.
' Mechanical Manager.
. . I -.t:iii.rfl
o V u
V. W. Mel. Atom. IN
K : l A r isuor 1 H. NhltKASKA,
vi jr l.r-t fai-ilitiei for Hie I'lomnt
.'.'m;k ; )m 1. 1 legitimate
Sleeks, lloii.ls. li.ilil. Ciiveruiiieiit ami l.nea
ecui H le Lot! ; lit alnl S11I1I, I )ri,Mts lel-elv-l
il .11. J intelett uliuweil oil lllue ( eitlll
e.tlen, lKi - drawn, availalile In any
I'.il l ui Hie l iiiteil Sta'.eM iiml all
t in -l llieipal low liM el
L'ttllr:ti'ifi wade dm jrontpli remitted.
;liest market rli'en paiil for County War
rants, State al.d ('oanty IJoikIh.
.liil.n Kiti-i i.-it ,.
John IC. I'iaiK. K
lieo. ii. Jovey, J-'.
A. V Mc-1.:iii'.:!iIpii.
WEFPi NO HrA TEH,
L. RF.i'LD, President.
y A. I I JJSON, Vice-President.
R. S. WILKINSON. Cashier.
A General Bankini Mmiz Transacted.
Iteceiveil, an-l Interest allowed
on 'l'linii Certl-
Diinvn availalilt; iu ;ir,y part of the United
States a:ut all Hie i n.-i;i.il cities of Kurope.
A'jf iita for the ctfebrated
flaiMrg Line of Slcamfirs.
Bank Cass County
Cotnerj.Miiiu ami riixtli Stieets.
I .IOIIN HI.ACK. President.
1 J. M. i'ATl iilCSON, Cashier, f
Transacts a General Baniins Business.
fHIGlIL.ST CASH PRICE
Paid for County and City Warrants.
and uromptly remitted for.
lohi - I'.lack, J. M. I'atteison, C. II. Tarn el
K. K. iutliiiiann, J. Morrifsey, A. 15.
1nit.I1. Fred Gurlr.
CITY, of Loudon,
QULLX, of Liy.npool
F IRK. MAX FUXIJ. f alif rma
AMERICAN EXPltKSS CO.,
WELL'S FAIiOo & CO.. I.XPlfEl-S.
Ohicoia ltockwooi JJloen, wiMi Ji.lii.soii liros
At the down-town saloon,
CPPO.S1TE THE PERKINS HOUSE,
Keeps a complete line of
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEER,
ALE AKD PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and tke best brands of Kentucky
Opposite Perkins House, -
. DEALER IS
ETC., KTC, ETC.
Of All Desoription. .
METALLIC BURIAL C ASE
f all sues, ready made and sold cheap tor cash.
31 Y Fl NlFHEA KHB
13 NOW UKADY FOH SSKKVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
invite all to call and examine my
LABGE STOCK OF
31tl. LUXTI'K ASO COWVIXH
REAL ESTATE 1
Law find collection buMinehu promp-
lly iitleudeil to at thl ofllco and Jro-
cci;ds remitted without delay. I;
Nolarial work, conveyancing1 and f;
nbHtrartintf attended to on short no- i
tiee and Malefaction ;uaraiif ecl. )
If there i any thing we do make a
specialty of, it In city ami xuhurb -if t
real estate. Several fine 'farniM aad :.
Home w ild land at hnrjuiiiH. Lnhorinn
men can K't ahonn by pcylng monlhii
ly what they now jmy lor house rent' ,
Six choice half aero lotM, H iiilnufca
from R. R. hhop. at from h() to l.'t
each, and on terniH that would make
a man tishnmed to nay ho (lid not own
a house. Come and eo, you uim not
compelled to buy and wo wont give
these lots away, but vou van get tiiem
so they will absolutely cont you noth
Pive acre lot J mile from city
part on time.
Eleven aero lot J mile from
for JfooO this is extra line.
Some uood city proiierty or out
for trade for hor hordes or cattle.
Ten acres for $ oOO 00
" " i00 (H)
" " " 7.00 0O
" j:oo oo
Several Miiall tracts well improved
and adjoining the city, for kiiIo n
FA KM LAN U.S.
40 acrcH, wihl $ COO 00
o " iui.royM Kloo 00
" .oooo oo
joo " ;joo oo
jio 44 ;ooo mi
Pinest stock farm in Cass county
lb000, long lime nnd low rate oi in-4
1 GO acres, wild 3200
MO " " P-'OO
1G0 acres, wild, Re.. V'y (cai-h) WH) t
Cor. lot. Jl bl'ks from shops (cheap)l00
" " MM'
Gth street (line)
l'ii.nic Hill 200
Washington live" MO'
1 hl'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real estate In ubun-;
ance. I can find what you want in.
this line if you will call and see uie.
Business houses ami lots lor nam,
it much lower figures than will be
asked six months hence, when the dl-,
igoind is an assured sneeess. Do not
wait till the advance comes und then.
omplaiu of your poor luck. '
.Stores and dwellingH rented and for-
rent, rents promptly collected.
It you don't see what you want 11, ;
this column come and ask for it. I've. .
nrobably missed just what you wan'-
Ollice open nearly every evening from '
(Jood new house and two fine lots
in good location price, SHOO.
W. S. WISE,
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURES
funfd, tliH fu
low 1 11 if d )
without m1!l''tn - Pul I n 1h 1m rL, hip. h"Mt, f
amut thn klilni r.ll"l ll-, lorpld "'.
rinlnMl K..I.-IOU". Imp
h.m. .1 v-u.-b.ln, -f.ntl
-I..U.. Impol.-ny, it in M. Hnri
..In, r..n.i((.ll.ii. rr lf' I (W, lillC-
I1..H. Iirrnla or r uplurr, t'KUrrK, liuo, r"lr .
-Mi.Vt r,T fr, r.V.XVM ATI VKOIMJA?
iy.-ur. Iut vIibIII). I.-U nfm rir f..r. mu4 vlc
. tins '(!. m-uii.aiKl nil Ikwwdlwt "I'lf
onul nutnrr. from wlinUiver rauw, lt. ..lilli(Ou
lienlll of Mnini-ti.lrl -rnn-nl lltf I rri.ltli l P
n.ii.t rntorf Ihrm to a bcMllltjr cllu Tliui I t
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ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. - ,
TO THE UDIES:-H:;.f
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Wralc Antr, orfw.lln n Allon.li.nl I
an.1 pnlr.f Jlifiitic t w.t l-.Htt.ilrg h.T., mom
lu tlic n-iirf iinl .-iirw 'it all Ufw f.in.Uiiit. II
rHn y a iMjwerlul luagueUo (uroo U Uin Ot V
l-orI.ami lta-V, Wlm of thm ."fl V
Inv nflb. womb, lrwarrttnm. lrii!! IIk;
tlon aad I'lnatliw ortb. VV uiab. l-ll- tal H
orrbaso or t' 1 dn g. Fain fa I. f, preaMrd aad .
rra-alar -Vlra-lrMatloo. Hrr. rH
l.ire, IkUbUr nwtAlluc aad CuroU.t A
KorTl'l form of F-aial M0l"lllwi It U tin
pniuuwl hT (KivtliinK rM-fr HiTFiiln. lilnMl'Ull
kif-i.t an1 iii Kdiwof itn-wr and 'ital.ytl.n.
fri ofrltbcr lilt with Maifi"-'"- Hotten".
rVntby mMl'.n. l .anl ?arraiiti.in aJl.rtvvl.ot
mall on rorelpt of pri'. In f.nlcnnir. M-nrt miun
walctanrliiiworKlK. Hinl((.- tail baniailaui
rency, cnt In 1' ttr at our n-k.
ThaMairnoUin Oannrni. a.- 'lapt" o ,,
worn oar the unrtorclotolnir, (l eil to ;
badr Ilka the many Ualvanle aad MwH Mi
tk"n o at niiflif. Th-r hold their pawcrfurtvr.l
areworn atall iwrnw of th-yoar. ..... , '
Knd MamD forih"N?w l-irtiir in ilanlral Tr
mt nt VVlLkuat MedLrtne, " lta UicuiuloI Uau
THE MATTOV APPI.IANCK CO. V,
.IO v.UMMV( M
CITY of PLATTS JIOIH
Valuable outlots for residence
'rSase a auUilion nei souin-wesi
the city, and all lots are very eas
access, and high and sightly. i
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pro i
.SAGE'S IIAltDU'AllK .STOKE;
imr Uiree C IBDII '
d..rril,inr C'o' ktliblt
U Itmlleat rn to A I
offi-r ttl llttnt S'ortU
nil W beat, and the Hrtt ColUrtum ot Vtg
Flower, Orn'taiid TmMKED. Kvervthlnl
A4drM WLX. dt IIVUa tcaaaMa, PtkLLA, 1
Office tvr t'clnttA.N . n Im.
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