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STREIGHT & CO.
(Mufrfwor to Mtrelght A Sillier.
FINE i HEAVY HARM
A lance line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &c
always la ntock.
llejmiriny of all lij.ds vtutly iloi it o
Main Mtrert. brtreen Fourth and Filth.
HiW beautiful llirt-e try lrick i-tructuie. on
lower Ma i.l ulrrft. Iia Just hreti finished and
Bttd for flic acrommodatlon ol
It KG UI II bOARDEHS.
EVERY THINR NEW AND CLEAN
A Gced Ear
if. Jill i i t I up
CALL, AT THE
H. A. HTEM1H HON
Wholesale aud ltetall Dealer In
'ourtb Mret-l. iu rear of Opera House.
I ATTSMOUTII. NEBRAsi- -a
SKCO.XD HAND GOODS.
Will 1JUV mill SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
One l-or west of Beck's Furniture sore
1 lattsmouth. Feb. 1st, 1883 46tf.
BOOTS AMD SHOE?
MAIV IT FAUTUItltfO
FINE LINE OF
UEERSCHAUi AND BRIAR PIPES
OP IIIKF.CT IMPOKTATION.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S lany made for the rttl trr1-oi.y. .
Pepperberg's Ci?ar Factory.
ARCHXTi:CTCXlAX WORK A
Plan an I t.;rid9uo--a r.ll he cafullT
smM out. and full attention will b glren ac
to aafetT and durability.
LEsSO.VS OX FAIXTIXCi
JWaier Colors. Crayon and renciL
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLT
Tbe Plattsmoutii Herald PoMishini Co.
OFFICIAL. PAPRK OK TUK CITY'
For City and Count ? Directory, Railway Time
Tablet. Telephone Exchaug Bualneaa Di
rectory, liunineM Card AC aee fourth page.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for dliplay advertisement or changes
In adverilwiiienla inuat ta bauded la to the
busiiiesnoMce uot latrr tbau 10 a. m. of the
day lo which they are to be Inaerted. Copy
for pay local and apeclal notices rnuat be
UaiiUe-l lu before 3 p. iu. each day to loaurc in
aerlion. II M. Uushnki.1.,
A. Hallwbury, Oentlwt.
V.A. tlarMliull, Oentlst, uc
cewHur to Clutter fc Mamball.
Teetli extracted without palu,
by time ol Mtroua Oxide Ciaaj.
Dr. Jen ni Foster will be found In
the Union Block during office hours
fiom 9 to I1m, bq. and from 2 to 4 p.
in. Will be found at other times when
not engaged, at residence, corner 8th
aud IV'url afreets. 73dtf
Read the IIekalis report of the
State Fair, published in this weeks is
sue. Another small party of Indiana
passed through town today on their
A freight train passed over the bridge
cast this morning, so heavy that it took
four engines to pull it up the grade to
A call on oSlomou W Nathan's es-
establihmeiit today revealed the fact
that they were too busy to write up
any locals for us.
James Patterson, Jr., and Harry
Reese, bave gone to Omaha today to
help tbe Weeping Water base ball club
wipe out the U. P. club on the diamond
The Springfield Sunday school united
wiih the Union school of Louisville
yesterday and held a big picnic. The
Springfield folks came down on an M.
P. excursion and from all reports had a
We neglected to mention the safe ae-
turn of the B. & M. baud Monday eve
ning. The boys were delighted with
their trip, notes of which have been
kindlv furnished by Mr. Schuloff for
Rumors of a sensation are afloat in
the air, which, if fully developed, will
Humewhat tarnish the reputation of one
of Plattsniouth'rt prominent men. At
the present we withhold the names un
til the question is settled whether he
did or not. The girl says he didu't,"
but the old niau bays he don't know
whei .icr he did or not."
A cage of finely plumaged birds was
the center of attraction for a while at
the depot this morning. They were
about the size of canaries, but were of
an indigo blue, mixed with a bright
green m color. They -were for Pro
fessor Deslslets. of Bellevue, though
we could find no name for the birds.
The Lancaster county convention
meets today to nominate county officers
and delegates to the judicial and state
conventions. There is a high pulse and
loity temperature in thecapitol county
contest, which a prudent, political diag
nosis would prououuee dangerous.
A coachload of workingmen from
Pittsburgh passed through the city
this morning for souther Nebraska,
where they bave been hired to work on
the B. & M. Muacularly speaking,
they were a fine body of men, but from
an intellectual standpoint they were
euidentlv pretty lo, a tougher look
ing crowd is not often seen in the west.
J. W. Barnes brought in some sod
corn, uot in the liquid form, but the
regular, old fashioned yellow dent; that
would make a farmer laugh for a week
to be producer of it. The ears are as
l&rge with well filled kernels as we ev
er saw, and are fully matured. Mr. i
Barnes says he only picked it among a
large lot that was equally as good.
A glance through the B. & M. shops
today rev-aled nothing particularly
new. The shops we looked iuto with
perhaps the exception of the blaok
smith shop, seemed to be comfortably
tull of men, and ull busy. Quite a num
ber of new men have been put on late
ly. We noticed some of the freight
.ara lately wrecked, still awaiting re
pairs on the repair shop track.
Mr, J. W. Barnes returned last eve
biag from a trip to the south portiou
of Wheeler, tud the eastern and cent
ral portfoos of Greeley county. He ra
re ports crops in that section away up
in township 21, R 9, west in Wheeler
county, the settlers reported to him a
crop of wheat which threshed 39 buh
els to the acre; iu a mill on Spring
creek in Greeley county, he was shown
sample of wheat, which both milleand
producer reported, aTcraged 43 bushels
per acre; the oat crop is Immaner. mm
corn is eariuiated at from 50 to 70 bush'
el per acta on the highest divides io
The face of the country U ' hJUy od
gomewbat oroKeo. bat the grasses are
very heavy both on hilltop and in val
ley. Mr. 8. reports a constant string of
disappointed emigrants from the laud
of Dakota, pouring iuto tbtit country
from the north, and predicts s heavy
emigration iuto northwest Nebraska
thjs Ml ao4 oax spriag, .
0. II. Paimele went to Ashland this
J. A. Connor went to Greenwood this
A. I). Lin col u will aee the business
meu of Crete today.
A B. Smith and Lafe Gilruore rsiue
In from I he east this morning.
James Matthews went to Nebraska
City this morning on legal business.
J. W. Barnci went to Lincoln this
morning. He is gcttiug to be a big
man iu real estate matters.
J. S. Cameron, state agent for the
American sewing machine was in town
today and gave us a pleasant call.
J. W. Jt-nuiugs and II. M. Bushnell,
are iu attendance today at the Dallas
Burch weddings, in Elmwood precinet.
Hon. James Hall, of Eight Mile
Grove, is on our streets today with his
neighbors, Samuel Barker and Samuel
Miss Maggie McLaughlin, after an
extended visit here ith her friend
Mrs J. A. Connor, returned to her
home Iu Chicago, this morning.
Mrs. W. I). Jones, Mrs. R, W. Hyers,
Mrs. Dr. Clutter, Mr. Fagin and Mrs.
11. Ritchie, went to Gleuwood, last
evening to hear Iowa's governor, osten
sibly,! but doubtless principally to have
a good time.
A Sweet Subject.
One of the most interesting exhibits
at the state fair was that mtde by our
bee men. On the 2Sth day of August,
nine of the most extensive dealers and
breeders, if we may be allowed the
term, of honey bees, shipped to Omaha
and had enclosed a stand apiece of their
best swarms. The hives were sealed
in an enclosure where no one could pos
sibly have access to them, after being
carefully weighed in, openings of
course being left where the bees could
go in and out.
Ou the Hth day after the beginning
of the experiment, the seal waj broken
and hives weighed again which showed
the following surprising collection of
honey from a pasture that was not only
new to them but which could not be
considered a Grst class one, bv any
means, for the little extraction of hid
den sweets. The first premium was
awarded to N. Pearson, of Florence,
whose swarm made 91)g pounds of
honey iu tbe two weeks.
The second premium was awarded to
S. L. Thomas, of Plattsmoutii, who
wa son tbe ground with his hive of
pure Italian's, their record being 704
pounds of hone.
The other tests were as follows:
Joseph Bai'd, West Omaha, Qb lbs.
T. L. Corbett, Plattsmouth. 60 hi lbs.
T. L. Vaudom, Omaha, 49 lbs.
J. L. Shibers, Omaha, 46 lbs.
W. L. Tucker. P.at3inouth, 21 lbs.
Otto Meyer, 56) lbs.
M. L. Treston, 27 lbs.
The above figures are from B. E. P.
Kenned', Superintendent of that de
partment, and are of course correct.
The abve trial of the honey-producing
powers of the bee cannot be but of
va-Jt interest to consumers as well as
producers of the appetizing table lux
ury, Hon. E. F. Warren, of Nebraska
City, a lawyer of prominence and abil
ity, is spoken of fur Judge of the Su
preme court. We have known Edwin
for many years and his large practice in
the state aud Unitbd States courts is a
sufficient recommendation to his at
tainments as a lawyer of distinction
A report comes from Plattsmouth
that in the republicau primaries the
other day the young fellows rose in their
might at the eleventh hour and cleaned
out Chapman and all his autiquated
cohorts. The new generation is com
ing to the front. Omaha Republitan.
The foregoiug from the editorial
page of tbe Republican is reproduced
for the benefit of our readers. We are
ouly sorry on account of the pleasure it
would bring to the manager of the
Republican that the report is not true.
However as the editorial page of that
paper is a "kid' representative we
wonder not at the avidity with which
it tunrs its nursing bottle upon the an
tiquated republicans of Cass County.
The woods are full of them Mr. Nye.
We are informed by Maj. Wheeler
that the State Board of agriculture has
not only money on hand to pay all bills,
and Premiums that may be presented
against them, but will have money left.
This is a very satisfactory condition of
F. S. White has just received a car
load of "Sea Foam" wiuter wheat pat
ent flour guaranteed to be as good as
any made in the United States and
prices as low as the lowest. Also a
car load of bran just received which
we deliver to any part of tbe city.
A libeial discount on roods louht
for present at L. C. Erven. 'a. 156tf
The finest cracker's are Bremner'a.
Use l&5Peoal oil only, at 25 cents
gallon at Warrick's. 163tf
Or- 8chlldknschts Office-
At the present and until further no
tice. I will bave my once with Dr. Sal
isburr in the -Bockwood block over
Johnson Bros. store, where I may be
found during oQce hoars.
l9Artf W. II. SclLtKNECax.
Simmons as Fienbceka rink will not
taopen to tbe poldicM onday night as
it is rentes io pfiftto psftjes . that eve
Cedar Creek Letter
Cedar Crefk, Sept. 18, 1883.
EDITOR IIeuald: Wcattier cool
and clear; farmers are afraid of frost.
A party of men start out from this
place this morning homestead hunting
Among them Henry Inhelder, James
Smalley and George Schneider. They
expect to go out north of Kearney.
Mrs. James Smalley arrived home on
Thursday evening, after an absence of
six mouths, visltinir relatives iu New
Jersey. She reports a splendid time
James don't look so lonesome now.
Miss Carrie Schlater has been visit
ing at this place, the guest of Mrs.
Savles. She leaves for a visit to rela
tives at St. Joe, Missouri, one week
from Thnrsday, for a visit of three or
four months. We are sorry to lose Miss
Schlater, as she is a good, jolly g'rl, a
splendid musician, and the beat ot com
paoy. Hope she will have a pleasant
time, is the wish of her friends in this
Mr. Jake Berge honored us with
Mr. and Mrs. John Elsie and sister.
Calvin Parmele was in town Monday,
looking after some stock.
f armers that Dave licul tneir coru
are beginning to sell now.
We are informed that the yardmas
ters, both day and nigbt, at Pacific
Junction with their men, struck Sat
urday night and Suuday morning,
Aiiey claim that tnev naa the promise
of an increase of wages which they did
One hundred and tiifty men are now
employed in rebuilding the round
house at Pacific Junction. The debris
is now being removed from the old site
and the new one will be built t tbe
east end of the y ards.
Anstrallan Sheep. '
San Fraucinco Call.
The steamship City of New York,
which arrived from Sidney, on the 7th,
int , brought to this port among its
living freight fiftv bead of Austral. an
sheep, imported by J..B llaggin. At
the hrst glance it would seem like
"carry iug coals to Newcastle" to bring
stieep from far away Australia to Cali
fornia, but a brief explanation ot the
reasous lor ho doing will at once show
the importance of the undertaking.
Australia, as many are aware, is one of
tLe greatest wool producing lauds iu
the world; in fact, wool is tbu leudiug
8tapie of that great island continent.
the original nocks of these colonies
are believed to have been derived from
those ot Georve IV., which in their day
were the wouder of England's jtoinan
ry. Upon this foundation the Austra
lian s ieep owners have, with cure aud
persistence, bred a distinct class of
bheep, more ciosely resembling tbe
Spanish than tbe French merino . Tbe
Australians have in times past import
ed sheep from France, baxony and
England, while our Vermont raised
docks, the highest staudard of the
American wool producers, have con
tributed fresh blood to reinvigorate
the Australian sheep. Particularly in
that country has the breeding of stud
sheep been carefully managed and the
result is, as Mr. llaggin believes, that
the Australian sheep are today for wool-
producing purposes superior to those
of California. Their wool is free from
grease and has therefore less dirt in the
neece, a matter of great moment wnen
it is considered that where unwashed
wool is transported for long distances
the freight charges are considerable.
Agaiu the wool of the Austialian is of
better quality and sells at a betterprice.
it is uot so close and the fiber is fully
as strong and fine as the American
wool and rather excels it in length.
For these reasons M Haggin has con
cluded that the intermingling of the
blood of these famous wool producers
of Australia, with his California flocks
will benefit the latter. About ten years
ago be imported five Australian sheep,
but no particular attention was paid
to the results obtained. Two year ago
Mr. Hagsriu imported five other highly
bred Australians and interbred them
with native-born shdep, tbe progeny be
ing hardier and stronger than pure-bred
natives. Satufied with the result ob
tained, the present importation of fifty
wa3 made. They were purchased by
Mr. IIaggin,s agent at the great annual
studsheep sale in Australia, of 18S3, at
prices ranging fiom 15 guineas or about
$76, to 150 guineas, or 8776-50 each. Of
course, the expense of bringing the
sheep to this country is considerable,
and, as yet, no other person has sought
to import them. The lot mentioned
are now at Sacramento, where they are
attrnctiug a good deal of attention
from sheep raisers.
FREE TO ALL.
One Thousand Buttles of Marsh's (.ol
den Balaam to be (ii veil Away.
Every poriou in Platismouth, who is
suffering with Consumption, Weak
Lunns. Bronchitis, a cough or uoia.
Soi e Throat, Hoarseness, Croup, Whoop
iug Cough, Asthma, or any disease of
the Throat or Lungs, can obtain a trial
bottle of Marsh's Golden Balsam, the
great Cough remedy, free of charge, by
calling at Smith &' Black Bros drug
Persons who have tried this valuable
medicine can procure the large bottles
at 50 cents aud SI. Thousands of bot
tles have been given aw-ty to prave its
extraordinary merit. Two doses will
For all Blood disorders and Liver
comulaints use Marsh's Golden Blood
& LlVer Tonic. It purines tne liiooo,
invigorates the Ldrei, Stomach aud
Boweis, regulates the Kidneys and
strengthens the system. Sample bottle
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by tbe Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
. . a I - I J A
found eisewnere in mis issue. 41.1.
Notwithstanding Mother Shipton's
dire prediction, tbe world still exists
The oeople will live longer is they use
Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, which
subdues and conquers coughs, colds.
consumption, wboouinz cough, and al
diseases of the lumrs. For proof cal
at Smith & Black Bros, drug store and
get a bottle free. Oct.5,'82 29e4w
Tkmxm'9 milk crs5fcej jfcHmo
Truth is stranger than fiction, an' a
mighty neap scarcer.
De edyratloo of a man is his silver
but his common sense is his crold.
Tears ain't a sho sign ob a tender
bart, for anger sometimes draws de
tea-s from a man when sorrow would
x ortune sometimes comes ter de one
what least expeck it, but it Is more apt
ter com ie man what works fer It.
De wust boy don't al'ers turn out ter
be de bes man. I baa kuowd good
boys ter drag along an' fin ally amount
Yer kaint allers jedgc ob a mau by his
public walk. It s fometlmes do nicest
steppiu' man dat runs down de heel ob
Dc'omau what isde wust'bout run
nin' roun' de neighborhood tellin' tales
is de one what complains de loudes'
when somebody talks 'bout her.
De wust lick I cber got was from a
man what didn't want ter hit me. Now
I'se mighty kertul boutcrowdiu'a man
When a pusson says dat ho wants ter
fight ye's safe; but when he tells yer
that he doan want ter fight, den stop
right war yer is.
Ask the most eminent physician
Of any school, what is the best tLing
in the world for quieting and allaying
all irritation of the nerves and curl'!
all forms of nervous complaints, giviuir
natural, childlike refreshing sleep al-
Aud they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops!".
chapter i. f
Ask any or all of too most eminent
"What is tbe best and only remedy
that can be relied on to cure all diseases
of the kidneys and urinary organs; such
as Bright' disease, diabetes, retention
or Inability to retain urine, and all tbe
diseases and ailments peculiar to Wo
"And they will tell you explicitly and
Aek- the same physicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, indigestion, biliousness,
malarial fever, ague. Ate, and they will
Mandrake ! or Dandelion J
Hence, when these remedies are com
bined with others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop iiittt-rs,
such a wonder.'ul and mysterious cura
tive power is developed which is so
varied in its operations that no disease
or ill health can possibly exist or resist
i s power, and yet it is
Harmless tor the most frail woman,
weakest iu valid or smallest-child to
'Almost dead or nearly dyhiK"
For years, and givm up b physici
ans of Bright' and other kidney dis
eases, liver complaints, severe cougns
culled consumption, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy I
From agony of neuralgia, nervous
ness, wakefulness ana various diseases
peculiar to women.
People drawn out of suape from ex
cruciating pangs of Rheumatism.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suffer
ing from scrofula !
Salt rheum, blood poisoning, dyspe-
psia, indigestion, ana in iact utmost
all diseases frail
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which Can be found in every
neighborhood in the known world.
All persons are warned against per-
chasing two certain proraisory notes
whicn were stolen from the undersign
ed at Omaha on the evening of Scptem
ber 13th 'Si. One note being in the
sum of $192,00 in from of T, W. Foun
tain and given by J. J. Kodgers, said
note was endorsed on the back by T.
W.Fountain and tiansfered to the un
dersigned C. II. Dill. Also one note in
the sum of given to tne unner-
Rigt.ed and signed by Geo. McCormack,
all parties are hercbv warned uot to
purchase the above described notes.
South Bend, Neb Sept 15, 83 tf
(J. II. UILL.
Bed rock pkices. I have on hand
a large and very superior stock of fur
niture, much of which I propose to Eell
off at cost. My goods are for sale and
before purchasing 1 wieb everybody
who needs furniture to call and look
them over. All I ask ol the public is
to examine my goods and my prices.
d.vtt Henry Boeck.
To the ladies of Plattsmouth and
vicinity I wisu to announce that I have
taken the rooms lately occupied by
Mrs. Tutt in the LTuion block, where I
shall continue dressmaking and invit
all to call. M R5?. 51. E. Mortcn.
Notice is hereby triven that George
W. Sexton will apply to the Board of
'ounty Commissioners 01 Cass L-ounty,
Nebraska at its stated meetma in Oc
tober 1883 for a license to sell malt
Sniritna and Vinous liquors in Avoca
Cass County, iNeoras&a, one year
date of allowance.
M V Connor keeps on hand the eel
ebrated Anheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attention to bis customers.
A full stock of nice Susrar-cured
Hama aud Breakfast Bacon, at Central
Mit M irket. at 15c uer uouud: Pickled
Pork, 12c to 15c; Shoulders, 11c;
Shoulders, 11c. Fresh Lard at lZJc,
or 9 pounds for $1.00 Fresh Fish
every Friday. lafe u tu-i..
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel lor only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Fanners and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. i:wtt
Fresh California fruits and celery
received every other dav at
149-tf. f - hi rK .
Breiuner's cracker's are the ln-t.
Fresh oysters iuat received and for sale
at Fred Stadelman a.
Morley ahavea for 10 cents.
Farmers and others desiring gn
LftflL lucrative aeeucv-bualnasav by
which So to 20 a day oaa be earned.
sond ddres at once, on postal, to It
C. Wilkinson & CoUtt ad .197 Ful,
SPECIAL NO TICKH.
Advertliemrnl under thl head, three cent
r line each Inaertlou.
BOUUOWKt) and not returned. Iron
havhiK book txlotctnf to the uiideraiirii
ed aie riu"led to return them before their
meiuorlea f all. 15U0 U. it. Livimuston.
MONEY TO LOAN On real eatate by A.N.
V'OTICE. FOK H A I.E. A corrirr lot and
.lore room oipolte Opeia llotiae, brick
block la Fairmont. Neb , nut of the best loca
tloua Iu town. For Hale at A ilaricai If old
within So day a. a No a "lock of procerle. a
good bulu er-tablMied. 1. O. aldrea, lock
drawer No. II. 1671.
FOK HALE A Rood winter cow aeveral stoves
aud aoiue liouaf Hold furniture Inquire of It.
F. UVOKK. l70t
Woodt property nar Bher
J. W. Ma HSU ALL.
ITOU 8AL Iteaidence prop-rty. one of the
A of the beat location In the city, or III
trade foratock. Imju're ol J. W. MoxtUU. lootf
POK HALE Oil KENT-A ood house with
uvea rooms, couveinriill v arrautted aod
located near the the bualnraa pari of the city,
for particulars enquire of J, I . Jyxer. 13ml
FOK HALE House and lota, price S&V). $100
cash, balance lu monthly payments.
It. a. WINUIIAM,
FOK SALE Several residences, cheap. In
quire of O. If. Wheeler & C.
EOK SALE-Scratch Tablets lit all aUes. at
-a: timolnce. VI U
1?OH SALE a lot In Kood location. Partlcu
lara at this olllce Wlf
FOK SALE An order for a new American
eewiu Machine, luuulre at thUofllce.
fJOK SALK i.ooj cords of wood. Iuijulre of
Lwjt-tflu " T
VOR SALE Id paper for sale at thla office
- at 40 cents er hundred or o cents per ooz
FOR SALE Four lots together In good loca
tion In tnl city. Inquire at thla office tf
FOR KENT Comfo-i table place, corner
1'oatI and in .St., hite.v occuitled bv W
Warrick, Enquire at Warrick's drug utocU.
FOK K3XT One onion room and dwelling
connected. (3 room) u stairs over Holt-
Minelder bakeiy. Enquire at Mrs. Iloltsehnel
der'a. ir.i tf
FOK KFXT -Store Room.
W. S. Wise
FOK HEIST Dwelling house.
FOK TEXT Hou-e, convenient to fhops.
tf. E. 1. Dovkv & So.v,
TOK KENT South toreroomof
Flock. Enquire of ti. II. Black, ft.
lock. Alva Drew, Business ciiuinittee. Izatf'
TOP. RENT Dwelling
Hoimes, Inquire of
W. il. HHAKKK.
WANTED To rent a good dwelling house
convenient to High rtrhool 4 to 7 rooms,
and stable. Inquire of II. M. Kushucll,
WANTED Information as to the wherea
bouts of .IonciiIi Blytlie bv hi" tili-c Hl.-
abeth Thomas who lauded at New York, Juiy
Send to 9. Sheneman. Sec'y of Imni!;r.itlon
1?.1 Chestnut bt.. Philadelphia. I'enn.
WANTED Two blacksmiths and a black
tfiutth helper at rcbuellbachcr't shop Sotf
Ur .,TED--john Hauer hrn bought the Stohl
niau plate.comei ot Till aud Vine, and Is
prepared to aucom nod ite I he public in the
way of board' ig ai d lo Igiug by the week or
T OST A pass book contalnlug papers v tlu
ableoniy to owner tiuder please leave at nls
FJUND A ladies pocketbook containing
some change The owner can have tne
same by calling ou -'. Kn-ckeufleld, proving
property and paying for this notice. l6Mf
B.v the subscriler ou Platte bottom
Sumiay Sept. 8th two yearlings I.eiDrs
red intrked with white on the bedy.
Owne rs will please claim property pay
charges aud take them a vay.
dtt Ch.v's. Vandekventeu.
Buy Eremner's choice cackcr's.
Ask for Bremuer's cracker's.
Leave orders for grapes from Lces
ly's nursery at A. Clark s grocery.
500 men to unload Schooners at.
153tf J. McVey'a
'Grace & Tbierolf have a last receiv
ed their cigars, among whb-h is the
elebrated "II. G. Ingersoll" cigars
Now Boys is your time to get a goo
Frefch Imtter 124 cents per pound.
fresh egijs 12J cents per dozen at f.
Ilenrv Boeck is selling furniture at
prices below any house of the same
style in Nebraska. If you doubt this
fact call onhlm ana Know r.ne rrurn. n
Special attractions in Silvtrware
L. C. Erven's. loa-tr
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURES
without mJ Mm: I'nln In lS-!lMtr
.VSetlmy of the CEXERATf TE.HCNa
lost vitality. I-li crncrc rorce
ITr".m of SUTietl.m perme.tln(r t!. ' -VJlT.'S'SS
mmmtmr Ik.H tm K k-ltkV HU TUts" U BO
TO THE lADIESi-SCS
v.v .i.. n.i.Ml.arllk IMaeMcavrtna 1-1 v -
Uo.DT.icp.l-,r wit .1)1
W rmh A i
"of Mrlirnetic Foot Battf ri ! no auperlor
carry i-ji ful uuttfneUo fore- to to t Of Utm
d,rjr. Watarl.. ialaNVall.
t.. .nd I Ic-rutlo-. .f th-
orrn aire wr w . . - - - . . .
UV, Iklt Uthr Uot ApBllaaw m CiuUvaAK
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on raceipt of pnea. In ordr)n. fd jtmt sT
l.M.Miui(ilir. Rem (UM.iM tw aowla la or
Thi MaiTTkatoii Gariii-nt . adapW to all aca, are
un. In Mtrr .t m:rrViL
.nr tn under clothlnr. Omt aet tm
Utltao "tf at Bitlt. TW holrj hir pntmir former, fv
V. 1 r.. . VTT. v i i n r l.i Medical Tret-
mi-nt WltiiMtMlelJ..,'' iUl UurtuvuUot UmU-um.
THE SIAGXETOX APPIXWCK CO,
1S Stat HU. Chicago. VI
- BiFF, FLHSCHMAH 4 CO.
The best yeast Pi uae, received fresh
- every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
rh"-"tlm. prlyi. ncorulK U. ';
"""k UW"T.lal ilwiri.trpl.1
loW; hrrvl r rulare, tutrrh, pUcm. cp.ler.
To My Friends:
I bsvh reorganized roy elaiaes
of Inatructlon upon the Piano, and should hs
pleased to have aucn a may dealre instruction
to address or call upon ine. My terms arc ra
aooable. and tny Instruction after tbe most Im
proved method. Pupils, beginning wrong", can
sever expect to become ntater. I Invite a
trial and examination.
Instructions in Music.
Dealrcs to inform her friends and patrons
ahe will receive
At her residence, on
brtw. Oranlte aud Marble St'a.
commences September 3d, I8H.1, I3IU
THE TWELFTH YEAR
OK Til It
UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA
; WILL" 61'ES
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
r.lth an ample corps ot Instructors.
On application to the Chancellor catalogue
cau be obtained by thoie denlrlng Information,
and certlnaten for half fare ou the railroad
by thoie expecting to attend.
' n i I . '"
First Term begins Tuesday. Hept. It 183.
Hecood " " Thursday, Jan. 3, IS8L
Third Tuoaday. April 1, 1M4.
Anuual Commencement Wi-dueaday, J una 1 f '
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE:;
w.U open October 2. Imjci. and continue, fl uio'f
Is the Place for YOU lo Trade.
Our system ol loiii Imisiuchs
will please you. Every article if?
marked in plain liMire8 uind sold
on us own mcriin. so monkey
biz, no jewing, no 'humbug, no
auction goods, no bhoddy goods;
you get your money's worth every
time. I he latest" styles and best
goods obtainable witn mrey arc
n stock, and we will ncvV Joe un
dersold by any house, either large
or small, and you will always find
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to gain your eoliu
custom. Come and see us.
C. E. WESCOTT.
THE BOSS CLOTUIEU,
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ci G ta 3
q, 4 S3 ap
on S te
DEALEK 1 N
tTC, KTC-.,TC. ;
Of All Veacrlpliun,
f a'.l 9tz"s. ready made and sold cheap for caa..
MY FINE HEARSE
IS NOW KhAiii roi tt.u v ici-
With many thanks for past patronage.
Invite all to call and examine ray
lAROE 8TOCK OF
3UL ri KNTI-HK 4VVMK
CI1Y SHOEING SHOP
I am going to do all kind of ahoeing, and
do Carriage and Wogon work. Bepnairig and
Flow work dona to order : now la your time ta
patroulze meT Bkop on W'anlugtoa' Avenu a
ZZorso-olioo Sijn. ,
Good Sat Wattlon Guaranteed. .
GEO. PALMEK. -wf5t
i , PtottajraoiitiiL, Ntb. .