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M KIM C I N k, ik i i film k u vs,
Oils, Paints, Hiusiiks,
A JTuIl ILiiic of Trusses
Ami iu fuel ;vrytliii: roiituiiM'il in
a lirnt-rlibM l)rni .Store. lre
h ri i.l'n.tiH i uk IuIIv coin n mini -fi
Competition met in
nil licp.irl iiiciitn.
('u. Main am Tiiii:i Stki:i-:ts
SI-COND 1IANU GOODS-
Will HI IV ami MXL all kinds of
Will :ul v;iti? money on all
SA LA it LK GOODS?
on lower Main street,
j.t;iie The Old Puke Jinilding.
Hattsiiioutli. IVh. 1st. 18:1 4Gtf.
This l.o nitiful three story brick rtructure. on
ovver Maid str.-ct. ha-- just beeu finished and
filled 1 1 1 lor tin: accoiiiinotlal ion of
Til A ys IE NT C US TOJUCMt.
KKCL'LAU IU A II DKIIS.
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Uocd Ear
in connection with the
1 1 ohm-.
!f. Fl.KD COOS. Piopr
CALi'i AT THE
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer la
ronrtli Mnvi. it; rear of Opera House.
vi ATTsiioiiTii. - 3i:im:asj -
J ust Eeceived
a KINK LINK OF
MEERSCHAU AND BRIAR PIPES
OK IHltK;T I.HPOKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S Iaiiy made for the retail tr ! a!y. .
Pepjjerberg's Ctear Factory.
BOOTS AND SHOE?
M" AIYIT PAIJ TUB IX
ERNST WAGN p:R
ARCHITECTURAL. WORK A
tUm aal Sufciucatiou will be carefully
carried .out. and full attention will be Bien a
to safety and durability.
jLESSOXS OX IAIVri.C
in . Oil, Water Colors, Crayon and Tencil.
Cffceoer foIciatN Mcie. :iii
W jf4lAN & SON
I'UHLIKIIEI) DAILY AMI WEEKLY
The Plattsmontli Heraltf PnMisiiiiig. Co.
Or'I K IAli l'AI'I'.K OK Tllti t ITY.
For CUy aud County directory, Railway Time
Tahiti. Telephone Kxchang Business -rcetory,
It'islness Cards nr.., ace fourth pae.
Notice to Advertisers.
I'opy for display advertisement or changes
In advertisement must be handed In to the
business, nttlce not later than 10 a. m . of tlie
day in which they are to be Inserted. Copy
lor pay local and "pedal notices niiiMt l.e
liaiidc l in before J p. in each day to insure in
sertion. Jl l . Isi.sit NKI.L,
JEFF. L. STONE. - City Editor
A. SuIInIiiii-j', Dfiillwt.
Tlie Central Tt-lfiilioiitt ollice will l
luted tomorrow from '.) a. in. until
1'liil. Vouiio; iu.i h lew Iiaby Cat
riatrts to close out clicno. .Now is vur
chance to ret lar";aiii.H.
The thermometer I Ins afternoon
readied as hih as 'J degrees within
throw degrees of blood heat.
Quite it delegation of I'lattfcinouth
people will celebrate at Weeping Water
tomorrow: others eo to Omaha, and
otheis Btill at other places.
I he train for the west this morning
was so erowded that even 8tnndin.
room was in demand, and ul'other car
would have been comfortably filled.
The first trot of the season came off
last evening at the fair ground be
tween Lady Mac and Dr. Richmond's
horse. The purse was 23, which Lady
M;io won in two straight heats.-
The ISohemian band wiw out on tli
street, thu atteritocn oivin the citizens
the hem-tit of some free music, am
good music too. We are informed
tiiey ro to Xorth Uend to play tomor
Now that the high school hhildiug is
to be hpated by steam, a telephone
would he in order, in ease oi lire or
accident, 'twould be very convenient
1 would be a matter oi convenience on
.Sheriff livers returned last evening
from Custer county with his man, tl
name being William Shaw, whom he
wanted or disponing of mortgaged
propertv. lie will have a preliminary
examination this afternoon at 5 o'clock
before Oointy Judge Johnson.
The news was received this morning
that the tramp which the police had in
limbo who refused to work, va9 found
at Council IJluffs iu a box car, dead. It
teemed that he had got into a car
which bait been nailed up, and there he
staid uutil he naturally starved to
I'hil. Young doirt claim to sell goods
at or below eot. as many of his com
petitors in 4th ot Julv goods do. Phil
ban a large stock of i? reworks, etc..
and is prepared to meet all such prices
made by his competitor and still make
a little money. Como riihL along and
I will do you good
on Fireworks ami
4th of July goods.
The matrinioual mill has been griud-
mg to-day despite ttie not weainer
Judge Johnson issued a licease to in
cent C. Nicol and Clara Minu. He also
issued one to William Carroll and
Annie Irvin, both of K:k Bluffs, and
went down to the City Hotel, where, in
the, presence of numerous lpends he
prouounced the words which made
them man aud wife.
A movement is on foot among some
of the citizens who spend the Fourth
at home to club together and have a
little celebration iu the evening in the
shape ot some fireworks, music and
speeches, at the opera house corner.
There are those who cannot leave town
to participate in anv of the various
celebrations of our neighboring cities
and villages, and the scheme to do
KOuoething at home is a good one
Yesterday a boy about twelve years
of age entered "Doc." Warrick's drug
store and inquired of Col. Atwood: "Do
you want a boyr
Col. Atwood "les; did you ever
work in a drug store ? '
Boy "Yes, 8ir."
Col. Atwood "What did you do?"
Hoy "Hit holes in porous plasters."
The boy made his exit out the back
loor at a Maud S. gait, aad went over
to see the confectioner s clerk, for w hotn
he had alommunieatiou from his Vine
A company with $23,000 capital, has
been organized in Schuyler for the pur
pose at manufacturing syrup out of
amber sugar cane. The company have
purchased live acre.i of land, and will
erect a building 24x40 with u lean-to
16x40. A forty horse power engine,
with a seventy-rive horse power boiler,
has arrived, and the rest of the ma
chinery necessary has been ordered.
As the syrup can enly be manufac
tured dtiiinr two months of the year,
the Sun predicts some other manufac
turing industry wiil also b engaged in
by the company to utilize the remain
ing ten months that the machinery
would otherwise necessarily lie idle.
Central City Courier.
A Dastardly Act.
On Wednesday eveniug last Mr. A.
C. Mutz, a fruit tree agent, who has
made his headquarters in this place for
some time, drove uo to tlie residence of
a Mr. Keaster, near Elm wood, and put
up for the night. During the evening
it is said members of the family in
dulged in several cutting remarks,
aimed at agents in general aud fruit
tree agents in particular. Notwith
standing this the visitor maintained
his usual serenity of temper, uutil
in tbe morning when on going
out to hitch up it was dis
covered that his handsome buggy
had been egged, aud that the leathern
ditsh board had beeu ruined by being
cut with a knife. Several eggs had also
len concealed about the cushions of
the seat, where, in taking his seat, they
were crushed on Mr. M.'s clothing.
The buggy presented a very deplora
ble condition, indeed, and will' cost its
owner quite a little sum to have it re
paired. We understand Mr. Mutz has
his own suspicions as to who the guilty
party or parties are who did the job,
and it is to be hoped they will be made
to suffer for their dastardly act, as it
can certainly be called by no more ap
propriate name. Weeping Water Republican.
STEAM IIEATIMJ AlTAKATUS.
nihjfh School lfailiiing' to
J leu ted bj Steam.
The fcchool board held their regular
meeting last evening at tbe office oT the
secretary, J. H. Strode.
The committee on buildings, fuel,
etc., reported the contract with the
parties made i u reference to the paint
ing and slating the black boards for
$123, for paiutiug all the boards iu the
high school building, and the bid for
the same read. The report was adopted
and an order for the amount author
ized. The fame committee reported
favorably upon the proposition of
placing steam heating apparatus in the
building. Tht re inds lor putting iu
the same were read aud the matter
thoroughly discussed. On motion of J.
W. Barnes the committee were in
structed to enter into a contract with
the Western Steam Healing Company,
of Omaha, upon terms, as neatly as
practicable, with those contained in the
bid tor doing the work and also that
J. B. Strode be made a member ot the
committe for that purpose only.
The following bills were referred to
the finance committe, who reported
them back and orders authorized lor
the same: Prot. W. W. Drummond,
$16.76; Smith Black Bros., $10.98.
Ou motion the board proceeded to
elect a teacher for the seooud waid
school and Miss E. N. Campbell was
The board adjourned.
The committee to whom was re
ferred the matter of letting the con
tract for furnishing the steam heating
apparatus, this morning entered into a
cotnract with the Westean Steam Heat
ing Co . for the same for the sum of $2,
600, the work to be completed and every
thing in ship shape by the 20th day of
August.the company giving good and
sufficient bonds for the faithful per
formance of their part of the contract.
Who Named Plattemouth.
The Hrrali received the following
communication from L. W. Patterson,
formerly of Cass county, but now of
Hubbel, Kansas, giving us the name
of the person who first named the
prosperous city of Plattsmouth, and it
appears our old friend Brand Cole was
the man. As all of these old settlers
and citizens named In Mr. Patterson's
note, except Mr. Johnson, are alive and
within easy communication with the
IIkkald, it might be interesting to
have their recollections of this christen-
inr aud the attendant circumstances
connected therewith, and the early
childhood and training of the fortunate
offspring which received the mote
fortunate name, Plattsmouth.
Ed. Hekald. At the meeting for
the location of the -town, numerous
mimes wereproposedjbut the first to say
Plattsmouth was Braud Cole, so said
William Gullion aud Lewis Johnson,
the ex-terror of this country, lea
conversation in the surveyor's camp,
at the foot of Alain street (in the
spring of 1S56) One of the boys said
"they should have added the Town of
After dinner we went up to the store
in the old trading post.and Mr. Johnson
said, from a discovery made this morn
ing that boy," pointing to L. W. Pat
terson, "has given the lown a new
and better name, and a good one." Joe
Brown was present, and too full for ut
terance, that is, his mouth was tilled
with crackers aud raw bacon.
L. W. P.
For the veracity of the above refer to
Braud Cole or the town company.
Trace the east and west section line
through town, and if the houses and
timber do not obstruct the view, vou
can see where I made the discovery.
L. W. Patterson.
Thomas Marsland was
to Lincoln this morning.
0. II. Partnele and Undo Sam Bar
ker were passengers to On.aha this
Sheriff Dan Farrell of Glen wood,
whs iu the city last night on business
and returned home this morning.
D. Keller left for Sutton, his future
lome, this morning. The best wishes
of the IIehald follow the Doctor.
James S. Mathews, wife and little
ones, went to Ureenwood this morning
and will remain until after the 4th.
A. IJ. Young, wife and children, went
to Beatrice this morning to spend the
4th among friends and acquaintances.
Geo. Mayfield, of Louisville, came
down this morning. He says he got
through Oreapolia this time iu good
THE THOMPSON II UK ESCAl'E.
Mr. Thompson Drops in ou His Platts
Last night Mr. Thompson returned
to Plattsmouth, coming from Chicago,
where he had jut made oontracls lor
100,000 escape boxes for the company
that has been organized in New York
City. Mr. Thompson speaks with cer
tainty of his invention, and the success
he has met in placing it oetore the pub
lic in the east. Tuesday last he dis
posed of the foreign patents in the
same to isew x-orK capitalists lor
325,000. The patents covering the
United States are still held by him and
Dr. Black and a company has been
formed in New Y'ork City with a capi
tal stock of one million dollars, which
u i pose controlling the patent in this
country, when the final contract is en
tered into between the patentee and the
parties there, one-half of the capital
stock will be sold to them. The New
York parties are now awaiting Mr.
Thompson's return to that city, where
he goes the coming week, when he will
be absent for some six weeks before re-
urning to this city again. The New
York papers speak the entire success
hat theiuveution is proving under the
tesis to which it is submitted, and the
IIekaijj congratulates Mr." Thompson
upon his success with his invention.
A number of the citizens who neither
go to Omaha or Weepiug Water to cel
ebrate will engage in a lawn party and
picnic to-morrow at the residence or t .
M. DornngtoD. Croquet, hammocVs,
social intercourse and a plentiful
supply of eata'jles will make the
occasion one of enjoyment and pleasure.
Fresh Oranges and Lemons just re
ceived at the 1. O. News Depot.
Like evervtlung else, to buy them
cheap go to Warrick's.
rhil Young will commence tomor
row to sell the Chicago Mead, drawn
from his Soda Fountain, the same as
is sold Chicago by (iuiithier. John
Kranz, and other large dispensers of
soda water, 'iry it.
llECIil VED. A case of
prints of every desirable patterns.which
are sold at 24 yards for 81, at
Joh. V. Weckuacii's.
Don t forget to go to the 1. O, News
Depot for your hre works, and other
4th of July goods Hags, oranges and
ids ot Choice mines lor $1 00 at
Ncckbnchs. 10! dJcwlCtf
ji you wain a cold and delicious
I . ....
driuk of Soda Water, go to the 1. O
Wanted From live to ten thousnnd
smokers to call on M. Schlegel for his
new brand of live cent cigar, "The
rude of Nebraska." Try them, and
you will mioke no other. d!08t0
J I "ST HECK1VED A lew pieces of
lawns, ol the latest styles, at
Jos. V. Weckhach's.
"Corn Cure" warranted to cure with
out pain, oi.ly U cents per bottle at
(Jo to Mat Schltigel's for all kinds of
Smoking Tobacco. dlGtttM
Fireworks below cost at Murphy &
Calltt Halt & C). aud get a
of those nice, fat spring lambs.
For all kinds of fireworks at less
than cot go to Murphy & Co.'s.
Fine.cigar clippings at M.
for :0 cents.
Phil Young has the sole agency for
Cass county for the Webster new Amal
gam pens. They are warranted and
strictly non-corrosive, aud the best pen
in the market. He will have a large
line of sample pens on by next Tuesday
forgtatis distribution. No business
man should be witohut them, for they
are just as represented. 108t2
The Monarch Billiard Hall
people keep the best ice cream to be
found in the city, also choice lemonade
cigars and tobacco. 108tf
Smoke the Texas Siftings and Wan
derer 5c cigars the best in the city be
yond doubt aud for sale only by J. P.
Remember that Bennett & Lewis
have moved, ana are now located in
roomlatelvvacatedbyJ.lt. Cox. first-
door west of Sherwood's new buildin
Notice to Coffee Drinkers.
Buy your coffee at Murphy & Co's
They sell the best, and grind it for you
in the bargain. 9'Ht
Bennett & Lewis, first
new Sherwood building.
door west of
SP11IXU LAMBS, SPUING LAMBS,
Now is you time to get a quarter of
nice fat spring Lamb at Hatt & C j.'s
Flairs, etc., very cheap at Warrick's
Old papers tor sale at this office at
orty cents per hundred.
Bargains in window shades at "War
The only spring lambs ever
in Plattsmouth now at Hatt
Leave your orders. 105 16
Cheapest place in town to buy fire
works is at Warrick's. 103 dO-wlt
20,00o envelopes in XX white and
blue, iu good quality Manilla, and iu
alls size?, just received at this office.
These envelopes have beeu bought at a
bargain, and parties desiring envelops
should leave orders, 105if,
IOU S4LK.-Lots -2 aud 3 in
UlocR 41, improved.
Ut)7 H. 11. W1A1IIAI.
Largest stock of
flags in town
We guarantee to discount all
prices on Clothing y lO per
cent. S.& C.Mayer.
Opera HouNe Clothiers
Crackers at Bennett
best d-ugs, lead, etc.
keeps only the
A Square .UealJ
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
Advertisements under thi head, three cent?
per line each insertion.
OTICE OF "REMOVAL. I will remo e my
pluck of Jewelry, on or about July 6th to
Sherwood's new block, first door ou .tilth St.,
where 1 will be pleased to see all uiy old custo
mers and uiauy new ones.
Very trulv yours,
ds5tf 1- C. Ebwex.
ONEY TO l.OAX-0n real estate
tf lOU SAl.E L ACNDRY. S'ove uew, lingers
J- irons, baskets, and all necessary articles to
ruu a niat-class Laundry. Enquire of
H. F. WILSON.
FOR SALE A fresh niilcli cow.
h. B. W indham.
IOR SALE Scratch Tablets 1
- this ollice.
IOR RENTERS Look at Wise's ad. and es
- pecially the half acre lots and the terms.
10 It SALE a lot in good location,
lars at this office
97tf dOR SALE An order for a new
-I- ewintc Macliiue. luauire at this office.
FOR SALE 1.000 cords of wood. Inquire of
W. S. Wise, U
IOR SALE i Id pap.-rs for sale at this office
at -40 cents ier hundred or 5 cert." per doz
FOK SALE Vour lots together in gaaA loca
tion in till city, inquire at tU- ollice tf
FOR RENT After Julv IB. the butidiug now
occupied by Sherwood. Inquire of W. S.
U ''ANTED A good cook at
WANTED Two blacksmiths and a black-
smith helper at Sehnellbacher'k shop, sou
' ANTED- Day boarders at Stadleniann'e
" Revtaa'ant. The best of board at
reasonable term. 7;-dlf.
WAITED--John Bauer has bought the Stohl
man plate, cornel of 7th and Vine, and is
prepared to accomuiod te the public in the
way of boarding ard lo Iging by the week, or
mouth. -Oi ul
("POUND An inside safe key. Owm
. tt at this oOice. lostf
Owner can find
It will pay you to read Wise'n col
umn in this papc, you may find )ust
What you want. aim
Brcmuer's Cracker at Stadleiuan's.
By buying your goods fir cash of W
II. Baker. 1 will guarantee to nave you
25 per cent, on dresn goods, trimmings
etc., if you w ill give mo a chance. We
have all the new shades in buntings,
nuns veiling ami other seasonable mih.
Cheapest line of ladies, and children's
Hosiery in the city. A few dolmans
and ulsters to be cloned regardless of
cost. Best value in parasols and fans;
stock -complete in all departments and
must be closed out in limited lime for
cesli. t Jive me a call and save money
75d&wtf W. II. Bakek
AH kinds of fire works
TheFouih of July
JiarbetMt Dinner FREE TO ALL.
INNCMEUABLE SI'OKTS, &c.
liaijnmnjffln Procession f mm 10 to 11,
The liork Muffs Band will play
at intervals during the day.
lint above all. don't forifet to inform vour
youiiK fiiendi that there will be a
In the Hall at nljihf, and a flrst-clM Supper.
Kiven by the owner of tlie bull, at Ins residence
1 he Hall will be open durini; the day. snp
)lied with refreshments of all kiudn. and will
jh dealt out for value received.
Independent of tlie Hal I Itall there w. II he a
a platform erected to aceomino date tour iet
of dainrerx at one time. Evervo lie w ill lie hc-
Let Them Talk
"At Cost," "Cash Prices," ;&c,
But to get BARGAINS you must
buy of us. We have been selling at
the following prices for more than
two weeks. If vou have made pur
chases elsewhere, eonipate prices:
Browns, ier double roll - 15
Whites, " " - c c
Flats, 44 44 -- - 30c
Gilts, 44 44 - C:c
Embossed Gilts - 85c
Not only do we sell wall paper
cheaper than others, but our prices
for all other goods are very low.
Send in a trial order. Yours respt.
W. J. WARC1CK.
ilOi:SE SHOEING St WAGON
uiius ui i dim juiyisiueius mmn wuu
tfti nf Tin vim imnTMvn 1I..J.J ..UL
Neatness and Dispatch.
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
n short, well shoe'anytbing that hap
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St. between Main and Vine Street
ast across e corner from the nicw lihltAL
NOTHING ELSE BUT
I am going to do all kinds of shoeing, and
do nothing else, and if you want a good horse
shoeing shop in this town, now is your time to
patrouize me. SUop on Washington Avenue
E-Good Satisfaction Guhranteed.
wlStf Plattsmouth. Neb.
AND OUTFIT FREE.
We want men. women, boys and girls to work
right in their own towus, villages and neighbor
hood, ou t-n.la.ry or commission. It is a pleas
ant business we offer you, aud you ueed not be
awav from home over n'ght. e thall be giad
tofiiinish you an outfit free to start you in bu
siness in tLe world. All those who engage
with us make money rapidly. You can devote
your whole time or your spare moments. If you
decide to engage In a paying busines, write at
once for full particulars.
$5 IN GOLD FOR A POSTAL CARD.
The tfbove if a bona-fide offer, made to any
one who will accept, and write carefully on a
postal card the names and addresse of any
book agent, sewing machine or fruit tree agent
and send to ua. Send in the names and we
will show vou how it is done. Remember, it
costs but a postal card to secure this epleddid
LONDON BOOK & BIBLE HOUSE,
822 South Sixth Street. St. Louis, Mo.
Ki:r0ILT OF TIIK CONDITION
Of The First Notional Hank at 1'latU-
mouth, In the State of Nebraska,
at the Close of Iluslnesx
June '.'2, 1SH.1.
ltaiiHHiid discount :w 0-'7 1)7
Overdraft 3 h2 u:t
I . S. Iloud to secure circulation . rs ooo no
Other Mocks, bond and inortKHKo . 1 H1.1 11
Due from approved reserve aneiilii. . 37 Hi Kl
Due from other National Hanks 1X 17
Due from Htatn lliinkit and hunkers 7si 4.1
Keal estate, furniture and tlx lutes.. .1 4U2 -jo
Current expense, aud taxes paid 0 r,rj 73
Mills of other banks b H75 00
fractional paper ciiirency. nlikrls
and K lilil s V7 70
kpeele (I 0.11 M
Irf-Kal lender Rolen 3 3H.1 00
lted mplloii fund with I . S. l leas-
urerib per cent of elreiilat Ion, .... 2 2M) 00
'..tiO KJ1 II
1.1 Allll.l T1KS.
Capital slock paid Iu 9 00
Surplus fund 10 not) no
I ndlvldcd profits lrt 772 l
National Hunk notes fiiilvt.-iudliiK. . . 4.) ooo 00
Individual deposits euMcct to
check 1)5 MD
Demand ceitillcates of deposit 3.'l4itlKA
Time certificates oi deposit 2S Mi 70
Due to other National Hanks 8 Mm .'lit
I Hie lo State liank and hankers KUi ill
Notes aud bills rc-dWcounlcd 1 WJ V!i
Total ?o Ml II
Statk ok Nkhuaska, i
County of Cass, f
I, A. W. McLauoiii.in, Canhicr of the above
named bank, do solemnly sv. ear that the aoovo
statement is true to the best of m
A. W. Mi'LAl (illl.irs.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this ?01U
, itay of .Mine, lns.1.
J. Jl. hTMOPK,
I Correct Attest :
Gk.ii E. DoVKV. I
' F. K. WillTK, Directors.
A. W. Mc-Lai'oiii.in. I
By virtue of an order issued by tlie, district
Jiulk'c, I will, on the litli day of .July, lsxl, at
' o'clock p. in., sell I he remainder of the Mock
formerly owned by .1. .M. Woodson, .consisting
of tea, crockery, irlatsware, elgar and More
outfit, aud also one ton buy. one spring
wuifou, ami one ci t Uouiue iiai i-o-s.
It. W. II VIllCS, Sherltr
M. A. IIautio .v, Pill's Atly. I0jil&liw2t
CITY of 1M.AT I S3I0UTH
Valuable outlots for residenco pur
poses. ' Sage's ;nl J it ion lie-j south-west of
tbe cily, and all lots are very easy of
access, ami high and sightly.
For particulars call on
E. SAGE, Pron r,
SAGE'S IIAKUWAHU STOKE.
At the down-town saloon,
CPl'OSITE THE PE11KINS HOUSE,
Keeps a complete line of
WI TT 3E3
AND C1GAUS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER,
and t'ae best bra.ids of Kentucky
91 - whiskies,
Opposite Terkins House, - - Plattsmotuii.
Chemistry has discovered n remedy ajjperio"
to Arnica f r heailntt external eruptions. Prner
ly prepared and combined, it tina pia equal as a
The hmhebt conden
sation of arnica. Wiil
speedily cure cliap
ion itnd rv.uiFliiic.fkft
or ino sKin.wnernor causea iroui ciimHtic innu
ences or tho use of HI JtTlr CJ, COSM KTJCS.
Will cure jilmpleson lucu nnl tits k, renderini;
chn skin Hott anil fair. Invaluable In Hail
ICIieuiii. A family remedy for cutn, burns, bruiBbu
auu sores. 11 Jir.i ai. A VUMt.fi, xav.
fumetl, lii(lily lii-l-icatril,
ly i.ure. KeerB tbe
skin from chappln? and imparts to it life end
a liealtliy irlow. Unrivalled for cleaning the
h :a !p and eradicating daudruff. Tbe rnotit per
fect toilet soap iu the world. I'ltlCK. 25 cnt.
A medicated article
of rare merit. Pre
vent it all pimple.
hpulNftMnrn fiuf n i ui
.VI A K ESS If A VINO a DELIGHT.
Kndorsed by Joudin Barbers, -who Btiv of It,
"Without parallel as a shaving soap." Jtich in
lather and lantine. Keens the Inrn und niwk fru
from piujples. PJUCK 15 cts. for a lare cake.
Is without question
tho most perfect sr
ticle ever produced,
as it not only cleans
es tho t"eth thoroughly, but tho combination
wi'h arnica preserves and hardens tbe frums. It
gives to the breath a sweet, delicate odor. Its
taste is daiicbtfuX. Price, Si 6c a bos.
Ail druggists ae 1 the above articles, or we will
mail them, postpaid, oa receipt ot price.
C. H. STROM O ft CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Maufrs., Chicago.
WILL J. WAKUICK.
PLATTSMOUTH, N K11KA.SK A .
,TC., KTC., KTC.
Of A 11 Description.
METALLIC BURIAL CASE?
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
2i r fineTuearse
IS NOW HEADY FOE SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patron a. I
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE 8T0CK OF
3ltf. FLQXTFRE A-tjCOKKIXH
Ovr lirare wAKDEX UtlDf
desrrlMng C'e' KtlnHt SH
ia XBaiifa, rrce to .til. w,
nBVr tha Ijnfnt Atribul In
MEED PUTATOEM. Corn. OitU
mill Wheat, and the hrt Colitrtian of Vegetable,
Klovrrr. Grass and TreeMEEn. Kvarrthineis taxied.
tV4dreai ItiLi: i: JSte. kteauaca.i'aLLa. IU WA.
Law nuil collection busuies promp
tly attended to at this olllco and pro
ceed remitted without delay.
JSotarlal work, eouveyanclng and
abstracting attended to on short no
tice and satisfaction guaranteed.
If there is any thing we do make a
specialty of, it is city and suburb -g
real estate. Several flue farms aad
Home wild land at bargains. Laborinu
men can get a homo by Paying inoiilhii
ly what they now pay lor houso rent
Six choice half aero Iotn, H minute
from JL It. shops, at from JfHO to ffloL
each, and ou terms that would make
a man ashamed to say ho did not own
a house. Come and nee, you arw not
compelled to buy and wo wont' give
these lota away, but you can get the in
ho they will absolutely cost yon noth
Five acre lot mile fro
2.V) part ou time.
Eleven acre lot mile from
for$.V0 this Is extra line.
Some good city property or out
for trade for hor horses or cattle.
Ten acres for .OOO 00
" " bbO 00 '
" 44 " 7.V1 00
44 44 'j:oo oo
Several small tracts well improve'
and adjoining the city, (or sale
KAKM I.AMiS. C
40 ai res, wild liOO 0O
W 44 iiiiproy'd llioo s V
IbO 4 4- oOOO 00
J0O '4 44 tl'-'OO 0O x '
240 44 44 biKX) 00 V ,
Finest sloi k farm iu Cass countrV.'
$'iOOO, long time mid low rate ol in- ,
160 acreH, wild .fi.TJlKi ;
HO 44 44 TJOO '
100 acres, wild, Rep. V'y (cimh) tlliOU '
CI TV PKOPKUTV.
Cor. lot 3 bl'ks from shops (ehcupjifloO
1 44 3 44 44 44 175
'J 44 3 44 4 44 IfiO
3 cor 44 '2 44 4 44 4fi)
1 44 4 44 4 44 Yth
3 cor 44 V 44 4' 44 1M
2 44 44 N. Cth Htreet (tine) 300
2 44 44 Picnic, Hill '4 200
IJ 44 44 Washington ave4' 'Mi
1 44 44 1 bl'k from Main st extra 400
Improved city real estato in abun
dance. 1 can find what you want iu
thin lino if vou will call aud nee me.
Business bouses and lotu for oa!o
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 dwellings rented and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
11 you don't fce what you want in
this column come and usk for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Ollice open nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
Good new house and two One lots
in good location price, 3800.
W. S. WISE,
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURErw Sr
without fiWHllHniv-Piiln In Iba t-k, kip., krs4, r
II Mb. ffK.rvd.us JlUII.lual.e. gmrrsl tfl.llltlr.
rlinuBtalt.nt. irl.v.l.. iiriiliclf&. .-luil.-t. (Um-imk
M ol ills klrfnr....lnl iIh-mu, lorpltl ll.cr, mr
-alnl rmlMlwn., Imaalrai-r, .ihniB. heart dlt
?. l 7 " t 1I 4-onMifMll.n, .rl.-liia Ifidltf
tlnm. krrala mr rilnrr, cinlurrli, llw, llcy.,
dumb mmf rl.
Wl,r,..nrd:MII1r of lt. f : KVtU ATI VK ttUU 4
Oefurs. ImI Tltalllr, liu-k iTurrir fnrrm m4 l(r,
wa.tlaa whL nrm-m, lad nil I !. d Wmms mf pr
uaMl na(jr, frc ru wlinlover cati-, tb cvitluuoos
t ret ra of Mnirrtfftl.m s'rriifnOriir tn-,--fVb In prt
nutmtmilinaaa bralib at-tlu. 'Jliutalaua
tulstaaa aoout tliliiliMiM-,
TO THE LADIES:
Kabaaatlaa,DraMsala,r wllb lfltraMaaf tlta I.I.
ar, Klaarra. lleaslaa-ba ar'l4 a-t, tea .lira ae
n r. ...if, w Fwanr. rrn,aa bixjwuuibi
anfl a pair of MuarnaUc Kiaot ilattartea baa. bo iuunvr
In tliraj'l'f and eura of all ttiea romplalnts. Jhrj
-rrj a powan UI utayaaue lui oa w lum mm ui i
mr Laaaa It ark. flralana af ba aD.. Ymti.
Ini. af tha vaa a, Iraaarrbara. Lb raal I afl .twaaa
hm uf l mraliu Mil v aaia, Iart4mll Urn.
miaco p ia lag, ramal, aaraara aaa J r--ea;alar
Maaatr-aatlaa. Hafraaatv. aai ehaatra mt
l.lra. tbla U tar Haat AavUasaa aaal CantUta (aa
For all forma of Waaaala IMBfaliba It la amnir.
paaaed br anjUilnt berota lnvaiilsl. botn titcutaUTa
ajrar.t and aaa auaroe or pover and ntalluttoa.
Prlna of rltbpr Belt with Magnetic Foot ba ttertaa, 1 1 X
hmnl by azpresa U-0. 1 .and aamtntlo allowaa.or tr
mail on ranip( or prioa. In oracmnkr. w-na tnvmmir ot
wtiHUKinHoiriiM. Kmliujusi uawa ua auau. IM ifUT
rancy, aant in latter at ournak.
iMSHnwni warma-nt. aaapwo to an afas, ar
'orn ovar tiia aniar47lothinir. iu aail ta la.
bady like tbe aaaay UaWaala aaa Klaaria If aaa.
baa-a advertlara aa alraalvrlr I and abooUl ta
tanea off at flight Tbrj bold tbalrj
are worn at all aauoni or tha vaar.
IVnd .tamp for the "New fx-rsirtara tb Wadleal Traat.
mmt WUaeat Madlataa." alia llusiaamla ul taau-f.e
THE MAOXETOTT A PPIXA NCK CO.,
l btate ML, Calcasru, UX
(NaefCRHr t Htrelcbt at Millrr.)
FINE t HEAVY HABNES.
A large line or
Sallies Brilles Collars Whins, to.
always in stock.
Repairing of all kinds neatly dene o
Main Street, between Fourth and Flttb.
O. M. 8TKEIGHT. Business Managf r.
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