Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1883)
8. H. JPIESSlOr,
X Kill! IjfiicorTrtiKNCM
Ami iu fact everything contained in
a firt-cl ot I'm,; J-ior. Pre
arril lions c:i. chilli tvjinj.uini
ed ( t.tnj.ftitioii ni-i in
till ;:! lii'f ui.
(.';. ! AlN T:IIKI SlIM.M-S
S COWD HAND GOODS
Will HIT V ami f-.LLL all kinds of
yflll advance tuoiiey on all
ou lower Main street.
Ofjoil The Old. Lake JSuilding.
rUttsiaouth. l'b. 1st. 46tf.
Tnt beautiful Ibrvf ory l.rirk structure.
ItwerMild sf rext. ha Just been finished aud
AUad ri lr the -xnmiodHu of
THA JfMKXT CVtiTOil EJiR.
EYERI THIKPi BEW AND CLEAN
A GOOdB&r tan-Hntb
tr. PHED COO. Ticpr
CALL. AT THE
II. A. WATERMAN k m
Whe!ci: an. I le;i!.-r ta
.-nrik miI. it. irarvl om l'ru..
ri ATTSMOUTII. - NKFK A- -CIGARS-
FINK LINE OK
HEESSCHAD . AND BRIAR PIPES
r WIUIK'T inPOKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
9 iatiy made for th retmtl U iiy. i
Pepperberg's Ciar Factory.
BOOTS AND SHOE?
Tract leal Architect.
ARCHITECTURAL. WRK A
fU i n1 S,-m.?!3 : will 'e eite-f'tlly
urritd out. and Tall ittentlon wl.l given
to safety and durability.
IESRO.ti 0- IA1XTIS
tn Oft, Wafr Cjlor, Crayon atid reocil.
Jir SeWtxTa 4. K sre. Ma In
runi.iMriKtiAU.Y si weekly
Tte Plattsmnntb HcraliJ Pnlilislii Co.
OFKIMAI. PAPKK OK TIIK CITT.
Kor Cly and Cmintv IKriHOory, Railway Time
'IVit. Tlrp'nfi KxRhang Huln Di
rectory, niitiifin llarrt. e., ee fouitli pa"'.
Notico to Advertisers.
otv fur 1 1 - ;I v h'1 vertN'Miienf or chantr1
I'.l ;i I vrrtKr-iiifiit iniK' tn li;t'l-l'l III to Mm
huiiii, nii, not l:ti-r than to ;i. . of the
1.iy in wliirh ther ar to In Itii'-rted . Cuiiy
for p:tv 'm .iI tintl HMoliil notice imi.t be
lum-li-l In before.! p. in rarh 1.iy to lniire in
ner I Ion. II M . Iirmi r.i.i..
JEFF. L. STONE.
Site Liked It-
Mjfin :i ire-l Uft we I turned lhnb.
H h 1ei, S'e he bin not for show!
Yet rviTVK inT- lli;it Suiaii went.
I be w ini w:i sure to go.
It followed -r t church on day.
I'l.tyfully Kamtillii round
Wa iiilieli-yiuii., ri:iutltt on the ntrret.
An Siinun oltt'U found.
And wIk-ii tlit xeitoii liwt It nut.
It liNkeil mnl r iM-ret near.
Ko.iinini: Uii:iCeiill mIiouI
1HI Su-itn did .appear.
"What ni!tkr I lie wind pluuc Hn-a'i no?'
Kind liearti d niinir men c rietl :
"Vitus- Siimiii don't uhjet-l, you know"
An elderly uiald replied.
A. Sallabury, IentlHt.
No raia today, hut cold and cloudy
The river today aland at 12 ftet 10
The Hutirein Court w ill
sion at Lincoln, ucxt week.
ju in At'R-
The bubiiie8 man now interviews his
ciitoiiK r.t w ith AiH accniniilated dur
ing ihe hist thirty da.
Smith & liKck IIiO-j. have 'heir hand
hdiui' jicw hodii loiint.iin i i running;
older und lro:u 7 oVlock until 9 iliid
evening will disli out Ir e nu.a to the
Our reports of the ccicbrations at
Hock Ulud's ami Weeping Water have
beeti reucl with interest and high y
complimented oy many reu Ji rs of the
Kegular services at the M. tl. church,
tomorrow. Subject for morning dis
course "No titer Nntiic.'' In the
evening Mormouiain, aud Ctlestil
The.r is h sidewalk otdinance in
force iu the city requiring the walks
to be sixteen feet wide, also one rt quir
ing them to be on a grade. Yet the
sidewalks on b th sides of Main stieel
are full of breaks, loose boards, etc.
A spirit of rivalry exists between a
coupie of our do - u town clothiers, and
they tier ig uarg.iius iu clothing.
One diy one of them o tiers a suit of
clothes for $1.75 and a ihrouio thrown
in. The le-xt day the other oilers a suit
for fl.7.1 and throws iu a monkey.
They charge for the chromo ami monkey
and Llitow in the suit of clothes.
Th-r was one case in the
co'.iii ti:.l..y. Cul Kti:.zuia!:n
to right a::t used sim.-ive langu.iuetit
Kd. Ko.-fiio.-itim. Kd. .iidn'i .ropokf- to
tstit ii"i be ilin.' tei, -o lil'-'i coinphtiut
ag-tinM ('.tl for disiurbiug the peace.
I l.e tn ittc r was finally settled by Carl
paying costs aud .d dismissing the
Mr. Morrill, of Onjah i, special agent
of the Western ai tie insurance Com
pany, ca no d w i Thursday, aad in
coii,Mn v;tii P. J. Hansen. Eq , the
wgent for the county, wwnt to Uiu.Mer
leii's, where th- uiljusied h c.uitu of
81 "5.00 for a burse Mr. Merteus had
lost a few days before. While they were
out they insured seven head of horses,
two mules, and some cattle, amounting
in ali to over 81.500 Tomorrow they
go oown on the Nebraska City road to
see the farmers of that region.
Mr. W. L. Tucker brought into this
office yesterday some specimens of cur
rants raised at bis place on Sixth
rtreet, which for !eauty and prolificacy
take the cake. One little branch about
a foot aud a half long weighed two los.,
and was completely covered with the
little clusters of the ittscious fruit. It
was sight good for sore eves, and
wit! Id make a hungry man hungry.
Ysterd iv a cmpl- tf fellows
who roid. 1 n't, agree-, had a few words iu
Weidman's saloon, and to settle the
matter agreed to go out into the coun
try ami engage iu a contest accord i-r
to thn "Maiquis oi'T'iumpbury rules."
No arrests h ive been made, t he doc
tors have taken it 'asv all d ty. no cor
oner's inquest has bean held, and both
men have since been seen on the stre r.
The presumption now is that the
"rules'' have" been Misi-emhd, and the
difficulty settled acco ding to th code
of "King Gambrinus."
A thoroughbred Berkshire pig was
shipped from At-hlsnd to a party near
PUttsraouth, this morning, 'oy express.
The pig is evidently au educated one.
He stands at the express office in a box
too narrow toti.rn around in, but gets
tired of looking io one direction all the
time. Ilia pigship orgauized himseif
into a ways and means committee,
and iu a snort time with a hoggish
smile on his countenance, knowingly
wink-d at the spectators, put his head
down between his legs, turned a sum
tnrrsatilt, aud was completely turned
Dr. Jno. Black sails for Europe "in
the city of Home," with his fellow
townsmen. J. C. Cummins, and A- W.
White. The Dr. informs us that while
in O.mdia vesterdav. he He. nred his
Itierth and passage on board "The City
of R'line" by telegraph: consequently
4e starts east tomorrow. He iil
I travel with the Apollo coinmaniWy s
: far as Liverpool and London, and p.-r-
naps iuttuer, ne ie.s not expHCt t re-
tuiu until aoou Oct. l?t. Forty-five
years ago tins summer, when a youth.
l)r. Iilack cut loose from the leadinn
firings of hh native land, Old Eng
land, and sailed for. America, he has
never been back to the old country
since, and now intends makiug his ma
ny relatives in the !and of his birth, a
visit. Dr. Black has been a careful,
painstakiu? mau in business aud hav
ine accumulated a neat fortune in his
elderly days it is but right and proper
that he take recreation and enjovuaent.
The Herald wishes our esteemed fel
low townsmau a pleasant visit and a
H v. Uurgs went to
Shu iff flyers hoarded the traiu
Lincoln this morning.
lion. J. V Barnes was a
io Omaha this morning.
J. C. Morriney and wife left this
morning for icnvcr aul the Kockiei.
Mr. Tluimaa Thomas and wife went
! L'luiHvilie this umrnin t trrid ili
Sahiatli. Mifs Florence Davis, of Louisville,
returned to her home this itioruin f
ter a eliot t viblt with frienda in the
II. V. Uris and wife of South
licud, returueti home tliis inomini: from
a trip to Var.iiii;toii, l'hiluilelphia and
New York and Oli.o aud reports a very
I). T. Sherman, the penhd editor of
the Sterling lre, fpent laat nigtit in
the city, and returned home this mrn
inig. lie reports everything prosper
ous and improving in his neck of the
Mrs. II N. Orr, of Ruena Vista, (Col
orado, after a pleasant visit of several
weeks with her sinter, Mrs. J, W. Shan
non, and many old friends in the. city
aud county, started home this moruii);
over the Ii. fc M. Her sister went with
lur as far as Lincoln.
Miss Mabel Shervin, daughter of
Hon. John Shervin, ex treasurer of
Dodge county, alter a two week's visit
with Mrs J. Newt Hays and little An
nie, returned to Fremont this morning,
accompanied as far as Omaha by Mrs.
(ipt. Shannon returned this afler
iioon from a wevk's trip through the
country. Inking only a for the tine v.i-lietit-s
of fruit trees and chruhhery
whieh he ha for sale. He reports ev
erything as far as his observation goes,
hs hopei ui and looking up.
List of Letters.
Jist of letters remaining uncalled for
in the post otfiee at I'lattsmoutfi, Cass
County, Neb., July 8.
Alitnge. J J
(Ir.tlia'n. J I
llutchiii.Hon. Mr I
.loliiiHon Mihh Julia
Repplc. Mm I.: cj
Ze-. erteiu, Alex
C K I.
Swift. Mrs Ida
Sinkv, Miss Sinta
isluirn. Mis N
'1 racy. J Ij
Allen. W K
lloll'jueH, It J
Itai ton. Mrs Mahala
olTinuu, U M
Carpenter, M Z
I lean. Z K
Fleish- r. I M
.tones J W
vass er, w
Persons calling for the above will
please say "Advertised."
J. W. Marshall.
Tuesday, of this week, Mr V.inleu
van hrougiit to town some specimens
of a strange lisli that he found iu a
unall pond between lirownville and
Phelpp. This water animal has gills,
four legs, with open toes, is brown,
with dark spots, and on the m ck are
louy, feathery appendants, with red
edges. It is prouahly one of the spe
cies known !is Amphibia, and is closely
related to Saliiintn i' rs, or tailed lit
iritchians. which cia-s hive skills an 1
cl"-e n laiions to th; li - It There are
tor itiviniotl.s of these wster nnilU'ils.
.Tome of tin in hse tiieir gills, but the
Ibitrachians retain them through life.
This animal is found in the lakes ot
Mexico and in other lakes in the Mexi
can mountains, and probably belongs
to the siren group, of which one class is
found in the swamps of South Caro
lina and (Jergla, and opecially where
rice is produced. Nemaha Gra tger.
The number of inventions that have
been inule dui ing the past fifty years
is pt-rhi-.ps unprecedented in Ihe history
of the world. Of course inventions of
benefit to the hutiiam race have been
made iu all ages since man was cieat
ed: but looking ImcK for half a hun
dred years, how many more are crowed
ed iuto the past fifty than into any
other fifty since recorded history !
! The perfection of the locomotive, ami
i the now world traversing steamship,
the telegraph, the telephone, lie- auii
. phoiie. the sewing mae iim thejnoi-.
graph, chroin litoograpinc printiiig,
the cylinder priuLmg press, the e v ao;
for hotels and many ol her cioi i-ii butoi
ings, the cotton giu and aud the spin
ning jeun, the reaper and niower, the
! steam ll raniier, the steam tire engine,
the iuif.rov-d procss for tua:inr sier ,
the apiilic tiiou of chtorotortu and eiio.r
tooes.roy sensibility in pa:u til -igery
cases, aud so on tnrougii a ioug cataio- j
: gue- i
Nor are we yet done iu the field of
iuv- m ion 11;. il discovery. 1 he applica
tion l C'oai gas and pel 10. en 11. to he ti-
; iug and trookiug operations ia mny .
j treiniilttig ou the vvri: of successful j
j experiment ; the inrrodiu-tioii of t-e ;
! steam from a great central reservoir lo
ge ier d use for nea-inr id "ooi-'iii is
tor eso:idoW-il -s a.li .i( liic "Ullll.;
event: ihe ioviunti'u of ti,. air .
Some device aKin io our pre-cui o.oio oi i
would also seem to be prefigured, aud
the propulsion of machinery by elec
tricity is even n w ciearly indicated bv
the march ol experiment. Th.re are
some problems we ha 'e hitherto des-ui
ed impossible, but are the mys'eries of
evn the most iuip'o'iahi" of tbetu
more subtle to grass tnan iMat of the
.c an cabie or tu:it of the pho "graph
or telephom ! We a k by cabh 'itii
an ocean roiling between.-; we speak iu
our own voices to friend 100 mile
away or more from where we articulate
before the ni'cophone.
Under the blazing sun of Julv w
produce ice by chemical means, rival
ing the most solid and cr staiuie 1 r -duetion
of nature. Our surgeo..6 gra 1
the skiu from one person's arm to the
face of another, ami it adheres aud be
comes an integral poitioii of ids i-udy.
We make a mile of w bite printing paper,
and send it on a t-pool that a perfecting
printing press unwinds, and priuts, aud
cuts and delivers to you fo.tl -d and
counted, many thousands pT h ur. ()
a verity this is the nge o' inve-nii'M,,
lior has the wond leadie-ii a siopp.no
phice yet. Ciucnmat! Tini'-s S ar.
Prof. Chas. K. Adams, recently e'ect
ed chancellor of the university, will ar
rive Leie from Am Arbor on Monday
next, and will rueei the regents on
Tuesday the 10th inst., the date to
which they a jotirned. Prof. Adams
has nor, ypt decided what answer he
will make to the tender of the chief
chair in the inslit ti'ion. He has many
warm friends in Ncbraka who will be
delighted if he should, after looking
over the ground, decide to accept.
J. W. CntHirlit. "re local" of the
, Journal, is i ll fluty today enjoying h
little tdcknes. ou hi own lunik. We
j hope it is nothing icriou, and tha
I ....: ...in i... i. ir i... m,....i....
mil niiiiorii 11 .iioou-.j
Th r- will tie two rae.s each day dur
ing the State I' air, except the nrit day
which will he devoted to entries and
getting tilings in the proper runuiiu;
order. The biggest purse i the free
for all trotting race for 51.000.
Seve-nl of the boys In town havn't
f ii II v rerovond from the celebration
Vet, aud a couple of them 'claahed"
Ibis afternoon with a prospect of a lis-
tienff flattering, for a tune. They were
heparated, however and no bhn j w as
Khed or bones broken.
Joe Ford was attracting the atten
tion of quite a crowd this afternoon,
on M-in street, with a little t-pittoon.
ami live little iron riutfs, the game be
ing to throw the rings into the hpittomi.
Itiseay enough to hit the t-pittoon,
lint not so easy to lodge one of the
Wm. Va lentine, wife and baby, of
Pla' tsiuoulh. c one down to our town
Monday, where 'Bill" will probably
locite. lie i a line -ign iid carriage
painter, and our citizens will do well
to see him hefore giving their orders
in that line, as be will do a first-class
job. Mrs. V. will probably return ihe
last of the week, to IMuMsiuouih. for a
short time -Auburn Post.
The Plattstnoiith dailies are in almost
as much of a dih in i as the Oaiaha
dailies. The power presses in both
offices are broken and cannot be used,
and were it not 'or the lact that then
is a hand prcis in the c ty wbi h. in a
pinch, can he lroii"ht no reqnixitioii.
the man r-inlet of hot h p ipei - would
be tn in ii- Mi'- ncord of ih- dax's ooing"
among anil about ns. The llernld hopes
and exp'-ets he repaind and out on
Mine Mond'y, however.
Word has been received at this office,
just as we go to press, that a hail storm
struck Filmore coun'v in the vicinity
ol tjeiteva. Whit i s extent or extent
of the de-t ruction we have not heard;
but hope it may not b-serious.- Sutton
We hope this report is a mistake. The
locality of (leneva was scourged with
a terrible hail storm some three years
The Nebraska City News man is en
tirely too good for tins world and has a
poor chance in the next. Necessity,
may, however, find a way for him. He
says: " saloon keepei stopped .lis pa
per yesterday beciuse we would not
'trade out' the amount. That fellow
evidently will become rich iu the sweet
I ye and bye. We might have aecom
rnoilated I tie man, bet we hae sworn
otrduriug the hot w eat her. and then be
sides, we, like him, sell our goods for
One of the 1Ikkali force atttended
the Cinderilla rehearsal last evening,
and was very pleasantly entertained by
tin large number who take part in the
o:eretta. Mr. Dawson, Mr. Taite, and
Mrs. Dovev are hard at work peil'cct-
l iug all in their different chaiacteis, and
! en "Wednesday and Thurslay evenings
i the coining week the eutertainnieut
will be iriven.
The Hkkalt bespeaks for Cinderilla.
in advance, a largo audience, and is
satisfied that the people of this ci y
will find it a most enjoyable entertain
ment. "Under the (ias Light" this evening
commencing at seven o'clock, we will
pull ihe throttle to the Polar Wave,
aud draw you a cool, refreshing glass
of soda water. This is au invitation to
everyone, and especially the ladies to
accept of our compliments, as we wish
to introduce you to the prettiest foun
tain iu the state. Yours, respectfully,
Smith & Black Bkos.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magaeine.
The August number is even more
brilliant, Mian usual; the variety i l l
excellence of t he con ents ate . . ijiil;
cieiikahu he ii or, an 1 coi' tn :.t
il UOl Olll io !ellg:OUS i O i! . i
ing, em : g
1 failing. N . Ni
liomina. isn .11 ih-- U
l'tt'li..l U I.' . .1 .41 ,1 lill-t '
1 D ;
i I s ! I
u ed by Rev. Charie
there are port r.iiis t
op' C.iau;:tiig Moor,
Wainwiiirht. o: Ne
.h -: U
Aineii'iii! Pilgrim in Palestine,'" b
1);- L on. t-i 1 -.Vni'Mi N -'iv- -
1 Iu- Ni 1 L - ct. '
are coiitili-o-ii. i .!; .:-:tij 1
esting articles bv Ida lL-ry. ! v.
XV. W. De Ha t. Ai:reio;i H.-rvey,
Rev. II B nham. Re. II M. Field,
c: Fh. ch i.i.M g-' ; s '-roe City
oi .he Sun. ' . " " a - Niece-
ai'u coi.Muiii'.i. i -a- i.e. s.-i..s,
sk tchts und poems raie merit.
The ediior. F, D
l i lmrge, t.
t 1 '. I ii
ss. ' -.i'i-l a .seiMion
- ; i 1 !-ti $
s l it 1 lll:--.t 1
o us -. N- .ai.
in rp.ii s
the mils; t i
: -ii I I
slloiii.i !) v i:..'o
azi.:c. i . ' "
ear, .i.Hti li l.
.it s v. i"-- lit- ll-'
.'. ' Its tfOjlV ; :t fo
.das Fa4K L-:lics,
Publisher, .i, 53 md 57 Park
Iu drugs, q ta it is of
mice; we Keep none out tie
112 6 w2t W . J
L. D. S.
NotU e ! Pr-ac'ioi-r y
Arinst" ns and E C. Ha .
oriianizsf.on church '
Saints. Sunoav. at '0 3 a
m , in T. of II. and I O f
Roekwco. Bbwk. Ali r
of th re
ni and 4 p.
G T Hi,
p" tf nl' v
f .'in on Km1 r.state.
ion want to lairrow money on
ii?' -n farni nropertv direct from
so g aking loans. Apply to
Wm. L. Browse.
State & Monrrs Sts.. Chicago.
Will mix! pmwil l" sny aJdrna
BAND CA 'At O vE,
fur lsa. . e- -,u l-"KTa-"
of i ftttrnm.it.. sua.. 1 ai.. iwlu.
Si . Dram AIt-rS Si .-. n.t
IM,lmk sbo tn-i is .m
i" Urn mm4 ttntf.
Advertisement muter llil head, three cent.
er line each Insertion.
NOTtfK OF UKMOVAl.. I will rrino e my
lock ol Jewelry, on or on Jult Mh to
Sherwood' new bloek, flr.tiliMir ou I iftli St..
w In-re I k.1'1 be pleaied Iu ee utl lay old euslo-
liters and niuiiy new ouea.
ery truly ronr.
l ON KY TO LOAN-On real estate
van A. rt'otiley.
tf f,VMt SALK-LAl'NDKY.-S'ove new. rlnu'erj
Iron!, biiokeU. and all nei e.aiy article to
run a Hri clas l.uuuiliy.
II. K. WILSON.
L'dlt SALK A fresh uitleh row.
I. H. W ind hum.
UDK SALK Sciateli Tnhleta iu
all rr. At
IOlt KKNTKKS- hick nt Wlne'aad. and e-
penally the half aie loin and the terms.
F OK SA I I: a lot lii good loeatlon.
lar at thin oflii-e
1'altii i -w;tf
llt NALK-An order for a
rewind Machine. Inquire at thliolllee.
?OK S ALK-I.OOU eords of wood.
T V. S. Wise.
hi pa;ir for sale at I hi oftler
er Ii mnl red tr 5 cent pr (lny-
at 40 cent!
POK SALK -t our lots t-iKether in gnod loea--
tion Iu thi city. Inquire at Ihli oHh:e If
lOK SAI.K-Dne houne, 6 Kood lot, (,'i.od
w II of water; on the -oad to the Fair
round Dr-t floor wchI nf tjeo. W. Fall flt;ld '.
For partieiilats luqulre of C K. Chittenden.
FOU KKNT-- After .tulv 15.
oreunied bv nherwood.
UOU Itl-TTTT A hone in a ood location.
with plenty of fiuit 011 t tie pteinlie. In
quire at once of (dlllt'i; W.S. WinK.
ll'ANTF.D A good cook at
A.NTKD-Two blacksmith- and a bliirk
eiiillh helper at .M-hnellbacher' shop. Sot!
ANTKIi- Day hoarder at Stailleinanu'
" Keptau ant. The best of hoard t
reasonable teimw. 7.-d f.
f A.iTKI -. ohn baner has hont;ht the Stohl
man la: e, coi net ol 7th and Vine, and lit
prepared to aeeoir 'iol He ihe puh.lc io the
way of board' m ai a lo li-nii; by the week or
mouth. 011 1 1
FOl'M.) An inside safe key.
l sit 1 liis otlu-e.
Owuer tan find
is sole agent
Wairick 1- selling tho half roo 'ii
briind of Strictly Pure White L a I at
fC tO per 100 lbs.
toe genuine Wheel 'tig
togies o for 5c.
All Liaei g)li:vz: S-riiv hits,
Linens, Alpacas, and White Vesta.
must be closed out regardless of cost
Call early and secure bargains, of
S. A C MA Yc.lt,
Opra House Clot her.
We guarantee 10 save you money on
anything bought of us in the clothing
line. S. fc C. MAYEU.
Wanteil From live to ten thousand
smokers to call on M. Schlegel for his
new brand of live cent cigar, "The
Pride of 'Nebraska." Try them, and
you wllpmoke 110 other. dl08t6
In order to give the railroad boys
the benefit of our 20 percent discount
sale, we have determined to continue il
until Aug. 1st, El son, the only
one price clothier.
HEMEMBEK if you want any cloth
ing, hats, cap-or furnishing goods, El
son the only one price clothier will give
you 20 per cent from the marked price,
until Aug. 1st, 1883.
By buying your goods for cash of W
H. Baker. I w ill guarantee to Pave you
25 per cent. 011 dress goods, trimmings
etc., if you will give nie a chance. We
have ali the new shaoes iu huntings,
nuns veiling ami other seasonable gtxxlri.
Cheapest line of Indies, and children's
Hosiery in the city. A few dolmans
and ulsters to be closed regardless of
cofit. Best value in parasols and fans;
i:ck complete iu all departments and
must be closed out in limited time for
crsh. (jive me a call and save money
75d&wtf W. II. Baker
If you want a cold and delicious
drink of Soda Water, go to the P. O.
JUST RECEIVED A iew pieces of
lawns, ol the lateBt styles, at
Jos. V. Weckbachb.
Go o Mat Schlwgel'd for all kinds of
SMiokmtr Tobacco. dl08l6
F to- inar clippings at M. S-hlorel's
r :5i -ents. dl08 6
JUST RECEIVED.-A case of
omits if every desiraole patterus,which
are sold at 24 yards for 81, at
Jos V. WECKUACn"B.
"Corn Cure" warranted to cure with
ont oidu, onlv 15 cents per bottle at
Warrick's. ' 106ltf
4 Square ileal
.tad at tiie City Hote for only
,." t.s ni l lodino; at Same reasonable
iate. Fanners and 1 .ommercial Mm
vili ; lease; beir this iu mind. d&wtf
IZ .bs of Choice Prunes for $1 00 at
W. ckbtchs. 109 dJswlGtf.
The Monarch Billiard Hall
pei.j le keep the best ice cream o be
found iu the city, also choice leraonade
c gars and tobacco. lOHtf
Notice o Coffee Drinkers.
;;.iv .our coffee at Murphy fc C'fl.
- I hey -li the bcsl, aud grind it for you
in the bargain. IHtf
Old papers tor sale at this office at
ortv cents per hundred.
Bargains in window shades at War
Cheapest place in tow u
orks is at Warrick's.
to buy flre-
0,00.. civelopes in XX white and
blue, in good quality Manilla, ami in
nil -iz-s, i it received at tnis oilice.
These envelopes have been bought at a
argaiu, and parties desiring envelops
s'loulo leave orders, lOotf,
FOR S. 4 I.E. L.otn 1 and 3 Iu
lltocw 41, Improved.
i7 It. B. WINDHAM.
Crackers at Bennett Jt
Reraemb'-r Warriek keeps only the
:.e.-t d ojis. lead, etc. 16wtf-l06 ltf.
Fresh OraDg and Lemons just re
ceived at the P. O News Depo-.
It will pay you to read Wise's col
umn in this nape, you may find just
what you want. 3911
Brcmucr'i Crackers at Stadletaan't.
Let Them Talk
"At Cott," -Cash Prices," ,Ac,
Hut to get HA It Ci A INS you mul
buy of ii. We liave been aolllng t t
the following prices for more th
two weeks. It you have made p
chases elsewhere. couu:iie pricts.'
Hrown, jr Mouole roi!
Not only de we ncll wall paper
cheaper than other, but our prices
for all other goods are very low,
Send in a trial order. Your respt
W. J. WAKC1CK.
NOTHING KLXJt BfT
I atn 'iIdr to do all kind of shoeing, ant
ln nothliiK else, and If you want n go nl hore
shot l:i sIkij) in this town, daw Ih your lima to
patronize- me. Saop on WahlUKtoa AveuttD
tVOond BatUfaetion (Itihranted.
wlfitf riattsinoutti. Titib.
At the down-town saloon,
CPPOSITK THE PEItKINS HOUSE,
Keeps a complete line of
AND CIGARS, BOTTLED BEFR,
ALE AND PORTER,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER.
and Ike best brand et Kentucky
Opposi-e Terkiu House, - - n.ATTSMOTCH.
TC, TC., ISTC.
Of All Desnriptlcn
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
f all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for eiuh
18 NOW KEAIY KOK HKKVICH.
With many thanks for vast patronage.
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE HTOCK OF
31 tf. rlRHTFIK AND AXiWWlX
11 4ri A
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
VJAPPiHTPn Tfl nHPFrJl-il-.X
iiniuinn i t-u i v w w d,.,
WsV-jtlmc wtu(.iiea'4-, mi 4 ml tmom Itemn mfm Mr
I Mature, f rc m whatever cat1. th eontinaoof
trr3 of MftfrnctUra pprmtinf 1 h gli thm pmrtm
imnt rfore Ike-m tm m hrnHkj fU Tt..T 1 ao
m : r k a aniiit tli tat utmlisnrf'
ro THE LADIES:
re r PttH4T
ilk ! Itin.ftkli
Wnk AallM. r htrolli Frrt, BJI iMnmu.nl Iit
iuid a pair of Mnnoo out bftto-rWii ha - no orrV)r
In th r'lcf ifi mr -.f U1 the rompuli. JTf
carry a Mwcrf ul Btatfoetlo fore to tho eC IbM
dlKV"La.. Rk. TTM.M.r tk vm. YM.
Iak f Ihe wwbiK. le-rrb , r.l lflo-.
Ua mm l lrrrmtlM tie WK. IMtl H
rrhace r riawalOB. Pa'-1, iear4 ai4 r
eralar JJaaftteaaOaa. Hama..-. mmm fkwc -f
Ufm. tkla ULkr iiat AyalimBM an 4 LurmUrt, a(ta
fcK orTrt tnrmm ot reaaal DPI sl Ilea It U mm.
r-aaseH Irr mnTibtrg torw lo'ir'-V. b-th mr a caraUra
f-irrr.t nlufimwnr pov er and riaJirji;o:.
Prt-of ell ar If It a Ito Ma4mcur oot IVtO.-w. t!.
RentbyaxprweCO.il .aad eaoir.inMion m!lamH.trl,y
Trial I on receipt of price, lo ordering-, en'l inwrni of
a-aiet and aiae of boe. Rjmiltnn tJi be made lu enr
irrxry, aent In leliwat ourrik-
Tbi !UneUiB Gannrnt. are lapt5 to all ara
worn orer tha under eU.MUnic, (not Mit M lit
ae4y Uka Ut aaaay reWaal mm 4 Y I iirtr Umm.
ban a4 Teat la. 4 aa esteaalTelyl and ehould be
taken off a nlfrnt, Thev bold thetrxntoaroratcr.M
6end tamp for the "Sew rwparture fa WnIiaJ Treat,
mnnt Wltaeal M t it tela a '- t "- taaUnaa.
"tux MAcrsrrojr APPWAjwric cxm -
llmba, nrrTiiia d:Mill,luaibac. gnu-rl Aebllltr.
rhftHB.Mti.rn. pjiroljftla. netiralc'a. rlulra. 4lMas-
vi Be kt!n'-T'.pliMl aiftcs-M.lorptd IItw. Bor
icnU.I railMiaa. lapMwrr, aftthiBja. heart 41.
drftpcpftl-. rntfmt'An. rjllMft, I n H l;rft-
.1 h.nl. M . u nl n ..1. .F ft ftll,B HtlllrEl.ff.
Law and rollection ttikiiiee protn
tly ntteiMled to at thi office and pit '
cee.U retuilfr-d without delay.
.Notnrlal work, con Veyaficing an
abKtraeiing iiIUih1nI to on abort tic
tt.-. n nil an I Ul nft Ion irimra titswd. i
It there i any thing we ilo n:ak i.
hpt-ciahy of, it i city and suburb',
real estate. Several fine farms aarf
oiiio wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a hoin j by p lag Kionth
ly what they in w pay lor liums rear
Hix choice half acre lot, M inliiut
from IL IL "hop., at iroiil 1tH0 lo il '
each, aud on term that Mould tnak
a man ashamed to aay ho did not wr
a houne. Come aud see, you ar nc
compelled to buy aud wo wont glvff,
theno lota away, btifou can get thrr
no thry will abaolutilv coat you nolh, '
ing. . t
h'ive acre lot mile from city lo
part ou time.
Kleven acre lot mile from cit.',
fr .yf).rjO thi is extra line.
Some g d citv properly or out loi'
for t rude for hor hoioeM or cattle. . t
Ten acres for !AM) 00 ' :
" 6W 00 '
" " 7.VJ 00 ' ,
" " " CoOO 00 '
Several mall tracts well Improve!
aud adjoining tho city, for fale a
reasonable ralei. i
jfAKM iJLHim. :
40 acres, wild $ GOOejfO f p
) ' itnproy'd 1600 It) ; ' f
1S0 ftOOO 00 i !
"OU " 6200 00 I !
'.'40 " " 6000 00 c ;
Finest atock fsriu Iu Ct count i
ICoi), long time ami low rate of it."! '
tcrcst. . fe I-
100 acres, wild i$320 1
w " ivjo;
160 acrc, wild, Rc). V'y (cash) f lto
Cor. lot Vt bl'k a from shops (cheap)$Ki .
2 " " 17
3 cor " 3
" 4 " i;
3 cor " 2
" N. Cth street (fine) SC
' Picnic Hill VX
" Wahhingtou avc" 8i
" " 1 bl'k from Maui at extra 4C
Imjiroved city real estate in abut
lance. I can find whiitvoii wntit i"
this line if you will call ami see mo. .
BusineHS houNCH and lots f f aa'
at much lower figures than will I
anked six moutliH hence, when the d,
agonal is an ruiMured biicccss. Io ik
wait till the advance comes and the
complain of your poor luck. f
btorcN and dwellings rcn'cd and ft
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don t ee w hat you want 1
this coliirun come and utk for it. Pv
probably iiiiHsed Just what you wai'e
Office open nearly every cveningfrot
6 to 8.
flood new house and two fine Iota t
in good location price, if MOO. J
(H(Hior to Htrelsht at Miller.
A large Une of ;
afidles Bridles Collars fiiips. :i
Hlvrys in stock. i
Repairing of all klnls neatly don
Main Htreet.b'tveen Fourth and fifth
O. M. 8TUKIOHT. Bnlna Malta
-- mm. i .a: Att a r
riuniiiitr hu dlaeornrnd BormMKlr Kir
to Arnica, f r haling exVrua.l erijffion. IT
Iv iiroparwl iui'1 cuLabloed, it tiaa.no equa
cation of arnlcaJ
K j(l IimikU, era
of th akin. whether entiiw"! from -:imtir
enci or tlio uo of lIl ltTKl l. COHMK'
Will cure iIiiiiI- on face hikI ftrk. rxtu
.ha alrin auft and fir. lllVM.IaMl)l Ifl
Kh-mn. A fBmily rfiiiflyf'Trut. nurnn.b -
iaors. 1'IUtK LN METAL TtllKH, S
TOILET S "
fum-U, Mgltly '
lr i.uro. Km
kin from chappfrw nt mpmrtA to It III " "
iu..iih.iriaa-. ITuri vajld tut rlaanli
ralp and eralicatlni dHtilrti(T. The root
feet toilet oap in tha world. 1'lUCK, tfi
4H aa.a ..aw4.
' m eaw w wrmvm mm t ,
?nf4 mil pi Yl'-? A
M AKESSHAVINrt a DKI.IOU 1. f ,
KndiJTMKl by Iaw&xtisi Barlera, who a kTlA,
.......w . ulll K . . a V-
latliAr and iaatins. Koet tba 1m"h and' n I
f mm jmaplea. 1'ltICt. IS eta. lot at laJY r.:'??
'ithoaf ' t w
N tne vla vOoiT'Kniy. i-u w r.
eivee j the rreth a awaat, delicate ,
taate is deUcbtfoL Prtem. K&e bo- 1
ill druMtiate aa I ttoa a bore articlr. or ,
BjaUl tbeux, poatpald, on raooipt ot price, i ,
O. H. OTROM3 & CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Slanfrs., O "H
WILL J. WAUUiGX, Titalk1!
PLATT9M OCTII, NBRA3K
" jjiv our
O C C n O C7 I
UL.LUU "n-r 0 .trr.r .Vta
, iu I KrDPOTylTOlR.I.
pd Wbut, aud the B"t fotU'ttam ml Vi
rUvwwf. Or ajxt TwHF.eif. EvreMna"
imi CtI.T b fftiO:. Kr4.atea, rWU
wajaar ia i f-JKIi 'fTTT
B fil IB tilths
Powered by Open ONI