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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1883)
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Oils, Paints, I'klsiiks,
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SECOND HAND GOODS-
Will liirV and .SKLL :il. kinds of
Will udvuuce money on all
on lower Main street,
tj,j,iitti Thf. (flit Dttke Untitling.
riattsinouth. Feb. 1st. lsS:. 40tf.
Tins he:uitifiil three story lrick structure, on
'mer Maid street, ha just lttn finished and
tiled up for tlu' ;ieemini(il;it ion of
TiiA y hie nt custom: US,
EVERT THINR HEW AND CLEAN
JTIiLISIIED DAILY ANI WEKKLY
The PlattsmoQtli Herald PnlilisliiDg Co.
f'KH I II. VAVEil OF TIIK t ITY.
for City and County Directory, Kuilway Time
Tables. Telephone Exchang iluxiiieHs J)i
rectory, Kindness (.'aids &c, ie fourth piute.
Notlco to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisements or chan(js
In advertisements must he handed iu to the
iMisinessolllce not later than to a. m. of the
lay In which they are to he Inserted, t'opy
for pay local and Mpecial notices inimt he
hand."! In In-fore : p. in eaeh day to Insure 111
s.llloll. " II M. II L. si I. SKI. I.,
JEFF. L. STONE,
A Good Bar
in connection with the
Fit Ell (.OOS, Piopr
A. Salisbury, Dentist.
The striking printers in Omaha cnti-
tiiiue to strike, hut the papers make
their appearanee as usual.
The si liool hoanl meet in ri-ulur se
ion to night at tlx- ollice of .J. 1.
V. 15. Urmvii is temporarily aetinas
niolit police in the place of (Jon. Bal
lai (I, who resigned Suturd;iy.
The County (Jotumissioners are ttill
in session, at work on the Hciiii-unnual
report, and settlement of the county
Those who attended the Thomas
matinee Saturday afternoon are loud
in their praises of the entertainment
and pronounce it one of the grandest
musical treats they ever attended.
Alex. Mcintosh will 11 y the eagle at
Koek Bluffs on the 4th of July. As a
talkist Me is a successist, and will give
the Hock BlulTs folks an oration that
thev can well afford to listen to.
'ALL AT THE
I A. TOMAN & SON
Wlioleal and Ketail Dealer in
SHI SULKS, LATH,
.''oiutli .street, in itarc-f Opera House.
I'LATTSMOUTFI. - NKl?RAi .
J ust Eeceived
- KIN K LINK OK
HEEBSCHAO AND BRIAR PIPES
OF IIIKIK'T - I III'OKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigir,
S lahy made for thr retail tr-! i!v. .
Pepperberg's Ciirar Factory.
BOOTS AND SHOE?
I'ldl Youu loaded up his peanut
roaster and a general stock of confec
tionaries this afternoon, for Weeping
Water, where he will supply the re
union lolks with anything in his hue
that they may call for.
Luke Wiles, a little .-on of Isaac
Wiles, fell from a hay loft where he
had been playing, last Saturday, break
ing his arm at the wrist. Dr. Hall set
the injured arm and reports the boy as
This oliice is under numerous obliga
tions to Mr. (ireusel and the B. & M.
machine shops. The weekly wreck of
our power nress renin res tneir atten
tion at numerous times, ami we are al
ways accommodated night or day.
In the mention of our county corres
pondence in Saturday s paper, Light
Mile Grove was. through mistake,
omitted. Our correspondent there is
one of the best on the list, and we beg
the pardon of "Dick" for the oversight.
It was unintentional
At the meeting of the A. . II. yes
teiday, the araangements for going to
Omaha the 4th were completed. About
twenty-two of tln-in will celebrate with
the Omaha folks, in full uniform, and
the good lime they will have is a fore
Memory's Offering. 1
Mr. Allan Beeson received the par
ticulars this morning of the death of a
sister in Ohio ami of a brother iu
Gunnison, Colorado. Their death oc
curred only three days apart, anil the
news as received by Mr. Beeson this
morning are very sad indeed.
Laura Ilethei ington, wife of Samuel
Iletheringtoti, and daughter of John
and Marv Beeson. died June 21. lb;J,
aged !il years, months, and 24 days.
She was next to the youngest of a
family fifteen brothers a.-.d sisters, and
had always enjoyed remarkably good
health until about the lir.it of Decern
bcr last, when hhe contracted a deep
cold which settled into chionic pneu
monia in spite of the lirst efforts of her
It noon became apparent to her
friends and attendants that the "fell
destroyer," consumption, had begun iis
fatal work, and that she was following
rapidly in the foot-steps of some of h r
brothers and bistcis who bad fallen
victims to the same disease.
The co'ii e of her sickness was rapid
and marked by great sum-ring, winch
she bore with true Christian fortitude.
When it became evident that a fatal
termination must be the it Milt, her
daily wish was for the final relief.
The deceased was one of the kindest
of neighbors and the truest of friends.
But few people eer took so much in
terest in relieving the wants of the poi r
or musing the sick. The night was
never too cold or inclement for Laura
to go fourth on her missions of mercy
among the sick and alllicted. She was
a dear lover of children and of pets of
the inferior animals. She was continu
ally surrounded by her flowers and
birds, ami all seemed to know her voice
and loved to uestle close by her. fShe
was opposed to all ostentation and
show, especially in the matter of re
ligion. She was hardly laid to rest
until word was received of the death
of her brother, Benjamin Beeson, of
lie was aged about forty-five to
seven years, and at the time of his death
was engaged in mining in the Rocky
Mountains. He served during the late
war, and was a most gallant soldier;
first as a sergeant in the 27th Regt. O.
V. L, and subsequently as captain of
a company U. S. colored infantry. To
the writer of this he was intimately
known as one of nature's noblemen.
He loved frontier life, and nearly ever
since the close of.the war has been liv
ing, with his faithful wife, on the ex- j
treine border of civilization; first in j
Kansas, and for the last five years at
u ining camps far out in the Iloeky !
Mountains. With his energy, keen in
tcllect, and indomitable perseverance,
there is no doubt, could his life, have
oeeu spareu a iew years longer, ui.u jus i
labors would have-been crowned with
a golden harvest. His death was
caused by pneumonia, on the 15th day
of June, 1883, just six days before that
of his sister. He was a son-in law of
our neighbor, "Eddie" Thorn burg.
The blow was a severe one to the
surviving brothers and sisters, the two
deaths coming so closely the one upon
the other. They, with the devoted wife
and faithful husband, have the sympa
thy of a large circle of sincere friends.
New Vienna (Ohio) Record.
Charley McEntee was a passenger to
iincoiu tins morning.
went lo Ck-nwood lh's
Fred. M. Dorrington returned this
morning from Chicago, when he has
been for several weeks on business.
Mrs. Dr. ltichey and daughter
tinned to their home at Nebraska (
John Cagney came in from the west
last evening and will frpend the 4th
with Lis friends in riatteinottth.
S.J.Fleming, of Itock Bluffs, gave
llie IIkkald otliee a pleasant call this
S. Weaver, of the
boarded ilu- train for
lied Cloud u.is
Co to Mat SchUgd's for all kinds of
Smoking Tobacco. diolfl
below cost t Murphy &
CalHI II ttt & C . mid get a
of i hive nice, fut spring lambs.
KLTOKT OF THK CONDITION
The new blank applications for
money orders were received at the post
ofiice yesterday. Under the change in
the law money orders can now be ob
tained for any amount, from one cent
to one hundred dollars: under the old
law it was limited to fifty dollars.
One of our nice young ladies shocked
a whole neighborhood yesterday by un
loading upon them a new, improved and
unabridged slang phrase which may or
may not mean anything. She was talk
ing about her corns aud bunions, and
was asked if they were painful in warm
weather. Her "answer waj, "well 1
should s;iort to snutter," and she snut-
A letter was received Saturday from
Jacob Vallery, sr , by some of his peo
ple, written from 2sew lork, stating
that his health was good, and that he
expected to start across the ocean on
Julv 2, today. His uianv menus will
be pleased to learn of his good health
and the prospects of a safe and jjleas
ant viiyngti to the "fatherland."
A new time card went into effect on
the B. & M. yesterdiy. The only
change made which ellects Plattsmouth
is the arrival of the evening train from
the west. The old time of its arrival
was 5:10, it arrives now at 5:55, three
An Old Time Plattsmouth Boy.
" Mr. John V. Ilanna, son of T. K.
Ilaniitt, Esq., of this city, and member
of the Freshman class in the Sheffield
scientific school at l ale college, is
w inning distinguished honors as a stu
dent. He has just been awarded by
the faculty the lirst prize for general
excellence in all the studies of the
Fresh mau year; the first prize in math
ematics the first prize in physics and
the third prize for English composi
tion."' "Kansas City boys at college ?o not
figure very largely on the ball nines or
iu the college crews, but they seem to
have pursued their studies in the good,
old-fashioned orthodox way. Mr. C. V.
Thompson was signally honored at
Princeton, Mr. II. L. Doggett's career
at Yale has thus far been one of litera
ry triumph, while Mr.John V. Hanna
only stopped, taking prizes in his class
(Yale '85), because there were no more
to win. Kansas City may well be
proud of her college boys."
The above items were clipped from
the Kansas City Times of June 30th,
and will be read by the old citizens
with much interest." Mr. Ilanna was
a former respected Phittsmouth citizen,
and the young man who carried eff so
many honors was born in Plattsmouth.
Plattsmouth is proud of her offspring,
and will watch with considerable inter
est thf progress made :'in the good,
old-fashioned, orthodox, way."
Miss Lena Marshall, of Lincoln, w ho
has been visiting iu the city for a couple
of weeks returned to her home Satur
Conductor Thomas Byan returned
this morning from his visit to Chicago,
and will manipulate the punch on the
main line wilh renewed energy.
W. S. McCowan, of the Survcyoi
General's ollice, went home to Fulls
City Saturday evening, to .spend and
celebrate the 1th of July.
Win. Turner and wife, of (Jlenwood,
arrived this morning, and will spend
the 4th with their son in-law, Will
Mrs. Dr. Keller and daughter, and
Mus Anna, took their departure for
Sntton this morning, where they will
make their future home.
Jim Mausting. who recently left the
Perkins House and went lo Omaha,
came down Saturday, and will proba
bly resume his place at the Perkins
Mrs. li. Spurlock, of Plattsmouth,
for some time an invalid, was in this
place on Tuesday visiting friends. It
will be a pleasure to her many ac
quaintances to learn that she has re
covered her good health lo a great ex
tent. Cass Co. Eagle.
Mr. S. S. Hall leaves this evening for
Independence, Iowa, where he wiil
celebrate the glorious Fourth. It may
seem some distance to go for a Fourth
of July celebration, but when the IIeii
ALD cousiders the attractions offered
there and the programme, we don't
blame Sumner. We wish we had such
a prospective Fourth of July celebra
For all kinds of fireworks
than cost go to Murphy V Co.'s.
Fine cigar clippings at M. Sehlcgel's
for 30 cents. d 108:0
Phil Young lias the sole agency for
Cass county for the Webster new Amal
gam pens. I hey are warranted and
strictly non-corrosive, mid the best pen
in the market. He w ill have a large
line of sample pens on by next Tuesday
for gi atis distribution. No business
man should be witohul thcui, for they
are just as represent ed. 10812
The Monarch Billiard Hall
people keep the best ice cnam to be
found in the city, also choice h uiomide
cigars and tobacco. lOStf
Smoke the Texas Sittings and Wan
dcrer 5c cigars the best iu the city be
yond doubt and for sale only by .1. P
Of I he Fust National Hank ut Plait
month, In the State of Nchraskn,
at the Close of Business
llfwH'l;! I H.
Ii.tiisand ilisi'oiuiit $ li (r.i't fi7
I ci ill .ill- a in u i
I'. S. MoniU to net-lire clicul.il imi . . (hm no
Oilier ktocks, IioikIs ami mortaKi-a 1 HI5 l
Due fioiu appiovnl rt-nere aK' iil- . 21 Mi Ui
I Mic troui other National Hanks 7iS 17
Due from State Hanks and haiikem. THn 4.1 i
Keal estate, fin nit in and tlxtnict .1 '.'o
'iirreiit expeiiHen and taxes pahl ... . II tr.iu ;i
IsiIIm tif ol her hanks ;.' IK)
rraetlouai paper eiiireiiey, nickels
ami pennies L'T 7(1
tfperle ... ! Oil K,
l.ej:al temlcr l:otr ,t ;w Oo
Kcilcmpt Ion f id it I u It h l '. S. 'lieas-
Ui ciV per cent of fliciilal ion, ...
I.I A III I. I l l KS.
lleineinber that Bi-nuelt A: Lewis
have; moved, and are now located in
room lately vacated by J. IJ, Cox. first
door west of Sherwood's new building.
Notice lo CofTee Drinkers.
Buy your coffee at Murphy tk Co's.
They sell the best, and grind it for you
in the bargain. D Jtf
Bennett A: Lewis, first door west of
new Sherwood building. 107 :3t,
SPPJNU LAMBS, SP1vTn(i LAMBS,
Now is you time to get a quarter of
nice fat spring Lamb at Halt A: C .'s
Capital stock paid In
Sm plus fund
I liilivldccl prollts
National Hank notes oulMainlliiK.
Individual deposits Milijeel
I N-m.-Mid eel I itientes i.f deposit
'I inn eci lilicales ol ilepusil
I nil- to ot her National Ji.mkx
Due to State Hank" ami hankers.
Notes and hills re -discounteil
9 'il HJl t I
.vi ihni on
III lino INI
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Sr.VI'K OK N It It SK A,
t'ounl ol i as"-.
I. A. W. Mi I. a i oiii.in, Cai-lncr ur the above
named hail!., do .solemnly swear lliat the above
statement is true to the hest of my kHouh-dK
and heiiel. A. V. Mel. A 1 i II I.I N.
SiiIim-i ilied ami sworn to In-fore me, this 'j'.tllx
ilaj ol .lime, iss;:.
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SPLCI AL NOI'ICKS.
Advei tisenients 1 1 1 u 1 r t U i - head, three cents
per line each Insertion.
Law anil collection bucincsH promp
tly attended lo at thlx ofllco find pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing and
abstracting at tended to on bhort no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is anv thing we do make
specialty of, it is city and suburb -g
real estate. Several fine farniH aad
some wild latid at bargains. Laborinu
men can get a hoiin by pcying iiiouthu
ly what they now pay tor houuo renf
Six choice half aero lots, 8 inlnulcM
from li. li. shojis, at from $80 to $ I.M.
each, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a house. Conio and hen, you nr not
compelled to buy and we wont' give
these lots away, but you can get them
so they will absolutely cost you noth
ing. Five acre lot j mile from citv for
part on time.
Eleven acre lot J mile from city
for $.rj.r0 this is extra line.
Some good city property or out lots
for trade for hor horses or cattle.
Ten acres for $ ,r00 00
" " " 000 (X.
" " " 7.00 0O
" " " 2;VM) OU
Several small tracts well
mid iid joining the city, for sale at
Flags, etc., very cheap at Warrick's
Old papers tor sale at this ollice at -
orty cents per hundred.
NOTICK OK ItKMOVAI.. I will
i-tock of lewelrv.on or about,
renin e my
Inly 51 h to
Sherwood's new block, tin t iloor on l illli St.,
where I will be pleased to see all my ol cuslo
lueis and many new ones.
Very tnilv voui s.
dS.Mf l.. C. KltWKN.
UONKV IO LOAN
)u real estate by
KA KM I. ANUS.
s, wild COO 00
iiuprov'd 1C00 00
" C'JOO 00
" CIKI0 (Ml
liargains in window shades at War
The only spring luinbs ever on sale
in Phtttsiiiouth now at Hatt Si Co's.
Leave vour orders. 105 ti
IOU SAl.i: -A fresh milch
it . li. ini'liain.
Seiat'-h Tablets iu all
IOU KICNTKUS book at Wl-es ad. and es-
ieeially the hall' acre lots and the terms.
Cheapest place in town
works is at Warrick's.
to buy flre
103 dG wit
The Union Pacific will throw
between Lincoln aud Beatrice
between this point and Denver lias been
shortened to nineteen hours, and the
time from heie to Ci.ic.igo is fifteen
quarters ot an hour later. The time j coming week, and in all proba! ility,
tin; li tX M, in iNeorasKa, win retaliate
by like aggressive action north of the
Piatte river very soon. The Herald
confidently looks for a revival of rail
road building in Neoraska this summer
and lots of it. Plattsmouth Herald.
This is a pointer which, being inter
preted, mean?, or ought to mean, that
the li. & M. will build from Ashland
to Fremont and thence northwest. If
the li. Sc M. wants to keep evMi with
the U. P. this is Ihe way to do it. Fre
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
f'Urn ail Spi:inc:itiou-t will be carefully
trrieJ out, and full attention will l given ao
to .safety and durability.
ucsso.xs o. iAivri.c;
la OU. Water Colon, Crayon and I'encil.
This paper is glad lo announce the
mcce-.s of Mr. T. II Tavlor, formerly
of this city, is achieving for himself iu
the business world. Mr. Taylor is a
gentleman ot the strictest integrity
and unblemished character, which,
couph tl with good energy, has gained
for him the success he has secured; his
I last venture being the embarking in
! business for himself, having formed a
I copartnership with P. C. Ileinbeangh
of Omaha in the retail hardware busi
ness, the iinu being Ileinbeangh & Tay
lor, and one of tlie strongest in that
John W. Jennings, adjutant in charge
of the district re-union at Weeping
Water, moves to the front this evening,
when special a.a i general order No. 1
will be issued. We guarantee to our
Wi eping Water friends and the re
union a prompt, energetic otlicer in the
person of Col. JenuioRS. Hon. David
McCuij is commander of the re-uniou,
and is already on the grountt, and we
can assure our boys, and our people
generally, most of whom aie going to
Weeping Water to-morrow and on
the 4th. that thev will be received and
entertained in a royal manner by the
geutlemen iu charge of the district re
Tlie Ii. & M. band in full uniform
will attend the O. A. It. reunion at
Denver, leaving here the 17th or 18th
of July. They will go under the aus
pices of the G A. It. of Nebraska, and
will be furnished transportation and en
tertainment while there. The boys
now have a fine set of instruments
handsome uniforms, and can master
almost any kind of music placed before
them. They take a back seat for no
one on band music, and we hereby no
tify the people of Denver, and the G.
A. II. that they are gentlemen, and will
give then some tine music.
We are sorry for the Omaha Hcra'd a id
the people of Weeping Water that such
an untruthful, and not only untruthful,
but malicious correspondent resides
here. So far as the re-uniou is concern
ed, the whole statemeut in the corres
pondence is wickedly false. Oen.
Mandcrson will be here, and will be the
guest of A. A. Miller.
Active preparations are being made
to make a grand success of the reunion
and celebration. Our citizens have con
tributed liberally, and the withdrawal
of the reunion has not been thought of.
We have assurances that the people of
this county are friendly to the reunion
and will generally attend it. Plaits
mouth very generouslv refused to have
a general celebration in order that her
citizens could attend the reunion and
celebration at this place. What motive
the IIekald's correspondent had iu en
deavoring to create the impression
abroad that the reunion and celebra
tion would be a failure is best known
to himself. We can assure people
abroad that the celebration will be a
grand one, and, as far as possible,
everything will be done for the comfoit
and convenience of all Put no faith
in what enemies of the celebration may
s iy, but come and you will be heartily
welcomed, lhc 100 members ot Post
61, and the Sous ot Veterans, are well
aware who the correspondent is ('ass
As Messrs L. li. and Jacob Corbiu
were returning from Mr. G. XV. Warn
er's ranch near Laird, on Sunday last,
while couing up one of the draws that
put into head of Spring creek, they
came on to the remains of what, upon
examination, proved to bathe body of
the Zimmerman boy who wandered
away from home and was lost in the
great snow storm of January Inst. The
clothing was scattered about on the
bench above where the body lay. One
foot was off at the ankle, and the other
at the knee; both having been torn off,
probably, by the wolves. Mr. Zim
merman started Tuesday to gather up
the remains aud give them a decent
burial. Iridianola Courier
20,0(Jw envelopes in XX white and
blue, in good quality Manilla, and in
alls sizes, just received at tliis ollice.
These envelopes have been bought at a
bargain, and parties desiring envelops
should leave orders, J05lf,
FOR S.4I.C Lots 1 a lid 3 Iu
IllocK 41, improved.
d!i7 K. II. VIM!IA3.
I.'OK SA I.K a lot in nood location,
lar- at Hits ollice.
lOU s'A I.1C A n order for a new American
1 Sew inu .Machine. I iki uire a t t his ollice.
Finest slock farm in Cass comity
$10000, long time and low rale ot in
terest. 1G0 acres, wild .filJ'JOO
80 " " pj'X)
1C0 acres, wild, iicp. V'y (cash) JjiFv'OO
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks f'nun i-hops (cheap) JiM)
I.V)lt S I.K
1 W. S. Wi
1.0 ) ) eord-i of wood.
ioi: s vi.i:--t
1 at l' cents
Id pap.-r- for sale at this ollice
! hundred oi ft cents per do,-
tiou in th
I 'our In
s t 'iet her hi good luea
1 ii'liiii v a! this otliee tf
N. Clh strc.-l
1 hl'k from Mam si extra
Largest stock of
Hags in town
Wc guarantee to discount all
prices 011 Clothing- by IO ret"
Opera House Clollilers
FOR IlKNT After .lulv is. the laiiidiiiK now
neeuriled hv Sherwood. Inouire of W. S.
trood cook at
Crackers at Bennett
best drugs, lead, etc.
keeps only the
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umn in this pape-, you may find just
what you want. ollli
Bii-mucr's Crackers at Stadleman's.
A Square Mealj
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents aud lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this iu mind. dtfcwtf
By buying your goods for cash of V
II. Baker. I will guarantee to save you
25 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
Ilobiery in the city. A few dolmans
aud ulsters to be closed regardless of
cost. 5iest value in parasols and fans;
stock complete in all departments and
must be closed out in limited time for
Cfsh. Give me a call and save mouey
75dAwtf W. II. Bakek
lrAN"l"Kl -A v
irA.NTKK-Ttti) blacksmiths and a black -
Mnith helper at Sehiiellbaclu-rV shop. SOtf
reasonable tt 1 ins.
r A-TKD--..'ohn Ii
boarders at StadlemannV
'i he best of hoard at
liner has bought tins Klohl-
man place. cornel of 71 li and Vine, and is
prepared lo aeeomaiod ite the public in the
way of iHiai'driK hi d In luing by the week or
FOUN D An inside safe
1 at this ollice.
Owner can find
1 0: U 1
All kinds of fire works
Hy virtue of an order issued by the district
judi;e., I will, on the lUh day of July, lss.'i, m
2 o'clock p. 111., nell the remainder of ihe stock
formerly owned by .1. At. Woodson, cousii-tiiiK
of teas, crockery, glassware, cigars and store
outfit, and also one top huny. one spring
wagon, and one net doubln harness.
It. W. II VICES, Sheriff
M. A. Hahtioav, Pill's Atty. loiid.v-liiw'Jt
Chemistry has discovered no remody Bjipcrio'
to Arnica for healing external eruptions. Proper
ly prepared and CGLubiuod, jt lma Ino equal aa a
llio hit.' best conden
sation of arnica. Will
speedily cure cliap
lxtl IiuikIs, -rack tl
of the kln, whether canned from clirnHtio influ
ences or the uae of IICJtT'i;i. COSAIKTICK.
Will euro iliilen on litce untl Vieek, rendering
tile Kkm ttolt mid lair. JilvuiliaMo In Salt
IClieiim. A family reniedyforcutH. mirns, bruiHea
and sores. CK1CE AN METAL. TV1SES, 'AZtc.
Improved city real estate in abiiu-
Ounce. I can IiimI u hat you want in
this line if you will call and see inc.
IJiisincss houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will be
a.-kcd six months hence, when the di
agonal is an assured succcs. Do not
wait till the iehance comes und then
complain of your poor luck.
Stores and dwellings rcn'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want in
this column conn; and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you wan.
Ollice open nearly everv evening from
(i to H.
Good new house and two fine lots
in good location price, d00.
W. S. WISE,
ly nure. Keei.M tlie
skin from chapping and imparts to it life end
a healthy k'ow. Unrivalled for cleanins the
s-n'p und eradicating dandruff. Tho moht ier--V-ot
toilet soap in the world. 1'ICICK, 35 cents.
(i A. It. Meeting.
At the (1. A. li. meeting Saturday
night, a lively meeting was held at
which I). V. Stephenson, W. S. Me
Gowan and August Taisch were mus
tered in as members of the post. A.
15. Todd, I). 15. W01 ley and J. S. New
land were elected members, but they
were not present to pass muster. The
members of the post will go to Weep
ing Water individually, and will, an
swer roll call at the reunion grounds
there at 10 a. m.. Wednesday, aud be
assigned to their quarter?. They are
expecting a gala time at ihe Falls
Not so Bad After All.
Our Cass county people were uuder
a cloud when the news reached them
of the destruction by flood of some fif
teen thousand dollars worth of bridges,
but can now thank their stars and con
gratulate themselves that the damage
to Cass county is no worse. Especially
are we impressed with this view of
the matter when we read of the mis
fortunes of our neighbors in the coun
ties south of us.
Skedunk, writing from his place to
the I'latlsniouth IIfhai.d, says dene
Mayfield walked home liom the south
in rnuit and water wat-t ucen. -Now,
the writer was wrongly informed or
wilfully jumped a cog. It was D. I).
Martindale that did the pedestrian
feats, and gave a song an 1 dance at
j Taluiage for a supper, consisting of
crackers. Perhaps the writer, not be
ing aware of tlie close resemblance,
took I. O- for us. "Uut all is fair in
high water." as Martindale said when
he pulled off his shirt to wade the creek.
- Louis ille Observer.
The time has been changed on the
Missouri Pacific, and the train which
went south from Louisville now goes
half an hour earlier. The B. & M. train
going west does not reach there in ti.ne
to conuect, and parties intending to go
to Weeping Water should bear this
iniud, and not get left in Louisville.
Al. Dorrington is
on duty again in
We find among our exchanges the
exchanges the initial number of the
Sutton Free Press, a republican paper
printed iu the German language at Sut
ton, Clay county, Nebraska, edited by
E. Landman!. It contains eight col
umns to the page, and not being able
to read the German language, wo could
not tell what was in it, we did, how
ever, make out that Paul Eraitsch was
there selling watches and jewelry. It
is neatly printed and will tiiulosbtedy
make itsiufluence felt up in that coun
try. Abel Prouty, living six miies south
east of town, had seven head of sheep
killed by lightning Friday uigSt. When
found Vev were lying near a barbed
wire fence and it is supposed the light
ning run along the fence, killing the
sheep. Greenwood Eagle.
2 lbs of Choice Prunes for $1 00 at
Weckbachs. 109 dii w 1 0 1 f.
Wanted From live to ten thousand
smokers to call on M. Schlegel for his
new brand of five cent cigar, "The
Pride of Nebraska." Try them, and
you will emoke no other. -dlOStC
"Corn Cure" warranted to cure with
out pain, only 15 cents per bottle at
Warrick's. : lOCdtf
The Fourh of July
liarbiuM Dinner FREE TO ALL.
IXNL'MKICABXE SPORTS, &c.
llagu muffin Procession f mm 10 to 11.
The Ko'-k Bluffs Band will 2lay
at intervals thtring the day.
But above all. don't forget to inform onr
youn friends that there will be a
OK AND 15 ALL,
in the HhII al night, and a lirst -cl-iss Supper,
given hv the owner of the hall, a' his residence
The Jfall will be open during the day. .sup
plied with refreshments of all kinds, a'ud w ill
he dealt out for value received
Independent of the Hal 1 Ball there will be a
u platform erected to accommodate four sets
of dancers at one time. Everyone will he ac
A mf dicated article
of rare merit. I're
vents all piniilcH.
Ilfrsit n &ie, li.-.- n tid
r.miorsea ty loadint; tfarbera. who kbv of it.
'Without parallel as a shaving Roap." Kich ia
ither and lastinji. Keens the fuee ni neelf free
from pimplea. l'lCIt'ti 15 cts. for a large cake.
THIS MAGNETIC CELT IS
WARRANTED TG GURE?-- Rr:
without modiHn-v- I'mIm In (h burl. bl. Iir4, r
llinlf nrrvoun 4-lallilvluibM-. gfiicrul debility
rbumntlnm9 puruiymim, itt-Mruitfiii, M'tuttcit d)4-u-nul
the lkl(lnvaCrl'l dli, turpld liter vor
rmlnul cmlMlun, Impotency, nthinm hMrt dl.
fMtf, djppMlu 'nMt IpufHmt, t ry Im-Iha4 f ntUrm
tlon. biTiilt or ruplurf cwUrrit, ilt plpl
dumb cus rC
WbvnHiiydfblHfr Of tT.0;F.f KATIVFMtOAVH
V''iirp. It ltullty, ittt-U ttTncrvf ffrv and vigor
WHtrlnK wenLfw Mini nil tbcHM ntlmvmm f m per
sonal mttwr-. tr: in vhnt-vT raiif-. thn roriticiuoufl
btr-m of MatriK'tirn p-rtiif:iitnK I h r-tb the par?
mnt retnrr thftn lo a hnl(bjr Tbi.ro In aa
cnistu-ke about tbts ; .i ilitn' v.
TOOTH SOAP m
Let Them Talk
Ii? vithout question
the tuost perfect ar
ticle ever produced.
as it not onlv cleans-
is the teeth thoroughly, but the combination
with arnica preserves and hardens the kuuib. It
Kives f j the brenth a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is deliehtfuL Price, liilc a Itox.
All druggists se 1 the above articles, or we Will
mail tUeui, iiostpaid.on receipt of price.
C. H. STRONG & CO.,
o!e Proprietors and Manfrs., Chicago.
WILL J. WARRICK.
PLATTSMOUTH, N KJilt AS K A .
ETC., KTC, KTC.
Of All Descriptions.
it JESS -
TO THE tADES:--:
"At Cost," 'Cash I
We have been selling at
But to get
buy of us.
the following prices for more than
two weeks. It you have made pur
chases elsewhere, compaie prices:
Browns, per double roll - 15c
Whites, " "
Flats, " "
Not only do we sell wall
cheaper than others, but our
for all other goods are very low.
Send in a trial order. Yours respt.
W. J. WARC1CK.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage,
invite all to call arui examine my
LARUE STOCK OF
3ltt. FLBSTf'HK AfJ!lV,'3'1
Scur Utrpe KIK l.'IIr
d.neril.imr Vi's Kelmbit Hctt
l Mallt 'r lo AIU W,
offer tli latent Aoriiu in
kVRIIIMlTATArs i n .
ami Sli. ul, uii.l tho K't folitrtto C Veitetable,
Fiiuer, im-nii'l TrwtiEEn. Kvervthlnt'tttestst
Adorer tUL &i KUtX. b-ecdamcn. FkLLA, IOWA
1 1 in ,it i 1
lirlM. I r . M M .
(CxbBtlun.IvM'plB.r with llM-iuM-eriue I.I,
tr, kid , lltuliu-lie ruld ItH, KatilUi ir
Wink AnLlea, or fewuHeti Feel, an AImIoiiiihuI i!eil
and a Mir of Mmrnotie Kuot lntu-riti Imvi no uiri.,r
In the ij'l-f unit rai4 tf All tin t, t oritfualiit-. Tlie?
arr'a iivttil uiAtfuvtio fuica to lao aeat of Uu
Ftr f.ame Kaek. lVettliitetMief tli plne. Vail.
UwH aad I'leratlua oftat, Wwaab, lat-ldeatat llrrn
orrbnf o dp Flooding. ialafMl, Hppreaf d aad ir
rt-trular .Meaatrunllon. I tarr a aad ekaaae r
l-l?v, this la tMr liel ApaUaaea .4 Curallto d.aal
J now a.
lor all fr,-m nf Female iMIDealtlea It I tinrir
Fnwd hr enytliinir lroei, ifietii, buili a. a cuiaUva
aK-r.t and s'a wnteeof io-t and ritaliatioti.
Prlrxjof eliaeplf lt. with Marnriirrjt itutteriea. MIX
Pent lijr ezprt-w I'.t t. It..an-I eze telnet ion a Hewed, or l.jr
mull on r---'it tf iire-e. In tinlt-ein-r. iw-nd trieojiura of
Mainland nlxe 'if i-h'Mi. Kfiof'ftit-ecu 1 Uuh1m Ui car
renrjr, went In li-to-ret onrrii-it.
The Hairnet" n GaimetiU a a'tantt d tl all age, are
worn over the umlf r -lot)iin, tuot al te the
hod-r Ilka tba Maajr Oaltaalo aad Kleecrle If aaa.
aua-e adeerlliM-d ao eetal t-lf t arid aliouid 6e
tek-n olt at tniit. Thfj lioi.i t 1h ir jvir furwtrr,
are worn at all eeaioiiwr t -.nr.
B-nd 'tamp forih-,i-w lM-i-tirel1 Medleal Trent-ni-nt
U'ltaoat Mcdletae." with UiuwtmuiUut UtaliUMf
THE MAIiXKTOV JlPl'UANCK CO..
UIH Mt nt.. Chicago, IU
(Nii"ror to Ntrelsht at
MASurAiTi Kr.R or
FINEf HEAVY HARNES.
A large Hue of
Sadiiles Bridles Collars Whips. &c.
always In stock.
Rejxv' ' g of all kinds neatly done o
Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
O. M. STKEIGHT. Busines Manager.
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