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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1883)
"Mies Bridles CoIlarsrfWips.&c
, always la tock. "
llfjuirtng of all hiitdiJru&Uji dni o
Malu Street, bet een Fourth and Plttb,
This rv$iTyiiMl)rre Mory hflek tnicturOD
lo-r BtititfJrtMt. ha Jfcst been tmfohed and
fitted tip for tbc accumn.odutlonof
REGULAlt bOAIWPUH. .-. .
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
I ti 1
CALi., AT THE
Old : Reliable L,
n. A. WATERMmkje
Wholesale and KetallgDealer la
I LI iDS, &c,
Fourth Mrci'l in rear of Opera House.
-.-1 -ATTSMOT'TJl. NEPRAffJ
SKCOWD HAND OOODSi r
Will BUY and fcELL all lands of
"Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
One dror west of Beck's Furniture sore
liattsmouth. Feb. 1st. 1683 46tf.
51 AIH ITFAUTUIULtf O
Just Eeceived .
FINE LINE OF,
MEERSCHAUM ASH BRIAR PIPES.
OK IUHF.CT 1MPOKTATIOS.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
3 luy made for the retail trad only. i
Pepperberg's Ci?ar Factory.
AROBIIXCI U RAX VOBS
P1Q ail float loos will h earefony
;an1ed.out. und full attention win be given t
to safety and durablll'y.
L.E8MO.S OX PAIXT1XO
4Water Colors, Crayon and Pencil.
" Ci 'jr. ,
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Plattmonlli Herald Pn-MitE Co.
opriciAL. rAPKR or tuk city
Pur City aad Count? LHreetory, Railway Time
. Tablet. Telephone EKOtutag - f Blaine Dl-
rectory, BimlneM Card kC M .fourth pag.
Notlc to AdVrtlMri. ,
Copy for display advertisement or chaDfrna
In advertlaMuia wuat be banded la to the
buslucMomcenotJater than 19 a. in. of the
day lo wttlctt they are to- be Inserted. Co
lor par - local and special aoUoe must
nanue'iin eior? p. m. eaca day to lasure m
int. . , i -
A. Salisbury, lientlat.
! C. A.! Marshall, Dentist, suc
cessor to Clutter & Marshall.
Teetu extracted without pain,
Locals are scarce.
1 ; just' wol iro to pread We learn ths.
Jcunings was nominated for Clerk,
unanimously, and Newell, for Treasurer,
on the third ballot.
Frosh Oyetera and Celery, tomorrow.
at uKNNtTT & LkWId7. VV12.
Dr. Jennie Foster will be found in
the Union Block durine office Jiotlrs
from imo it -a, m. ana-irom ta-pT
m. Will be found at other times when
not engaged, at residence, corner ' 8th
and Pear) streets.
Fresh Ovstcrs aud Celery, tomorrow.
at Dennett & Lewis'. 2012.
No. i wbs' fifty minuteslaie tfais
morning, waiting for the train on the,
9 '. . :.
Booth's Oyster and Celery Satur
day morning, at Simpson's. 20:2.
FTlieMoguI" pulled a freight strain
fn tV oihe depot this morning by jerk
ing out a draw hed -
Cigars Eclipse, Clubhouse, Comet.
Seal, Boquet, etc., at Simfson's; 20t2,
3 - i :'
Lehnhotr, .bpeck & Hons are now put
ting up their last kiln of brick for this
season. It will contain about zou.uou,
brick. , .
Tobaccos McAlpin p'per Heidsiech,
Bravo. Horseshoe aud Climax, at
Telephone connection was made be
tween this poiut and Malvern, Iowa,
last night, and will be made with Red
Oak to uiggt. The connection with Red
Oak will make twenty-eight in all. The
onuection with Atlantic, la., will also
be made tonight.
D. Iliwkswortb, went west on No. I
Mrs. T. M. Marsland and family took
their departure for Limcoln this morn
ing to remain.
Wm. Stadelmann, formerly of this
place, but now of Fairbury, Neb., was a
passeuger west on No. 1.
J. A. Counor has gone to Aehland
today to do his threshing on his farm
Dr. ltichey, the dentist, came in this
morning on the K. C. train from the
L. E. Jvarns, operator at the B. & M.
depot, made us a very pleasant call to
Ami B. Todd, M. D. Polk and twelve
others went to the convention at Weep
ing Water this morning in one wagon.
Manv others have gone besides. -
2Ittj.D. II. Wheeler went to Ham
burg, Iowa, this moruing to spend a
day or two at the Inter-state exposi
tion nw being htld at that place.
Eight Mile Crova Items.
Hay making is the order of thgday.
Our tchool will bf gin the first of Oc
tober and continue five months.'
aiamuel Morrow is visiting his broth
er II, Monow and friends at this place.
- The band boys have their Bass drum
in repair agaiu.tuey say they are ready
for auother reunion.
W. Jenkins and daughter and T. E.
Fulton attended the state fair laet week.
report a good time.
Air and Airs Geo. Colvia and daughter
ot Aiapahr.e were visiting at 6. Rich
ardson lhst week. Air. Uolvin is a bro
ther to Airs Richardson.
The sons of Veterans talk of organ
izing a Post at this place, good ida
boys, keep in mersory brave and noble
deeds of your fathers.
Ilev J. Mailey the new minister that
was appointed to Mt. Pleasent and
this place will occupy the pulpit in the
AI. E. church next Sunday for the first
time, all come out to hear , the new
Will Alutz has gone to help his broth
er with his work for a few days and Dr
Sturdivant is batching th's week, ha
thinks it is rather unpleasant living
aloce and talks of bringing home a cook
forthwith. . . .
John McCokey was as well "pleased
with the country near Hastings, that
since be came home .he has sold his
farm to Judge Newell of Plattsmoutb
and will move out there this' fall, be
intends buying land and will try farm
ing there, success John.
. Jim J enkins thicks the gospel sounds
much sweeter at Rock Blufl than else
where, thinks he will join the church
if Mi.-s Stella II. will continue to accom
pany him until he bec'rus converted
Jim says it is a darned dark roai, but
he I? sure of a afe return when he has
a good body guard with him.
30. id. ises. lO.
At the 17th Annual Jbhlalt erf Cs
i . -t-fri t ). County. M ,...i. r i
J.-rf . CLAM 1, -CATTLB. . r ,
In this class we find 'that II. At-
wood take,! 1st in4. "d prize .'on. jearr
ling bull; '1st and 2d on C year old oow
2d on 2 eaf old'hfb'lsr a.nd 2d otj
yearling pelfer; ?d, eo...bcifer.;caJf; .la
on4yf old' bull; -td -oo-0 yr old -bull;
2d on bull calf; Is: and 2d on cow over
3 y ra.oJd ; 3d.pu heifer . yt pld j lat on
heifer carf;lst ori-best'-herd of 'grade
cattle not less than 5 yead, pweepstftkes
1st on . bull .of Any . age or breed ; 1st. on
cow "of -any-age or-breed J aud -lxt on
best herd 'of ',' "Ilerefyrds' ' not'less
than 5 head; making 27 premiums in
all that Mr. Arwood lakes
Bc-st. hplfer" calf, ' 2d pr'e'm'.', aw arded
to John Ritchie.
Ball, 2 yrs old anl over;- 1st pretn J
Stephefe-Wiles takes premiums as fol
lows: Cow over 3 yrs old 2d V bull I'yr
nder 2," iit; 'bull" calf, 1st; heifer 'caif.
1st; heifer 1 yr old, 1st; cow-over 3
yrs old, 2d." ' ; '. '
S L Thomas .iiiid, !tHt).6UoVuVg.prA-
miums awarded: heifer- 1- yr old, 3d ;
heifdr 2 yra old," 2d;" cow '8 yrs old Jind'
over, 2d ;.!heifervi yr-old,. 2d; cow v.ver
3 yrs old 1st; hull 2 yrs old aud over.
id; makiuir 7 brUes in "an. ' L'
. . -
1 j .... .i J .Vallexj, Jr- Supt. ...
CLASS 2; UOBSU8 ANIi MULISS.'
.1 E ' tooi rtyoiT led f tie clatis "by t'ak ing
the 2d prem.V.'qn staliion colt, and the
1st on best mare.'1 ' :: ' .
. A Patterson takes 3 preu iumfl.ai fol
lows: beet mare, 2d; stallion 3 yr.- old
and over to harness, 1st; beet mare, anv
age or breed, sweepstake
Best-mare ' 2: yrs nd under 8,1st
prem., J R Valiery. " .-- - -
On" trottiug' horses, Dr .'Gibbon, 'of
Weeping Water, takes . 1st preou-ou
'Little Press," and I D Johnson takes
2d on' 4S', R La iAIpnt.:. ' " I ,' 1- ".1
Best draught stallion weighing 1'400
lbs or ' over; '1st prem.; W D Jones.--ilr.
Jones "takes' the' sweepstakes, on
best stall inn of 'any age or breed.-
Best siugle'geidlng, 1st pem.,' John
Ritchie. ; ; ; .. .. ... .
Stallian 8 yrs -and over, to harness,
2d prem Wia Gilmour.
For draught ' mules,.... tested . on .the
ground, Fred Jasper takes the 1st prem.
Horse colt' under 1 yry sweepstakes,
Henry .Jasper, .
Two yr old mare, 2d prem.j Alpheus
Adams'.' ' " '." '
Alare colt, any. age or breed,, sweep-
stakeSi Alpbeus-Adams. - '
Single Mare or geldingV 2tl "prerd '
Henry JIcAlaken... ..... . .....
Double team.' Owned by one person.
2d prem., Ilenry Al'cAIaken.
Draught: stallion. 1,400 or over, 2d
prem., C:AI Holmes.' - ' -
Buggy team, matched, let prem.. J C
Best mare, 1st prem., C M Holmes.
Family B iggy team, matched, Levi
Churchill, 2d prem.
Double team, owned by one person,
1st prem., C AI. Holmes.
Byron Clark, Supt.
Not an entry was made in class 3, of
CLASS 4, SWINE.
S A Atwoad, exhibited 3 "Jersey
Reds," or JJurocs, on which he takes I
the 2d pmrn.
Sow with sucking pigs, not less than
5, 1st prem , Wm AJertius.
Black sow, under 2 yr. 2d prem., Wm
Boar. 1 yr old or over, 1st prem., Wm
Boar, under i jrr, 1st prem, Wm
Sow 1 yr old or over, 1st prem., Win
Alertens. - '
Sow 1 yr old or over, 3d prein., Wm
Sow, under 1 yr old, 1st prem., S L
Boar, under 1 yr old, 2d prem., S L
Ilenry Jasper, Supt.
CliAAS 5. BIRDS AND POULTRY
Best cage canary birds, 1st .prem..
Aliss Alyrtle Gilmore.
Cage Canary birds, 2d prem , Airs
Geo W Fairfield.
J. C. dewberry, Supt.
CLASS 6, FARM IMPLEMENTS.
No entries were made in this class.
CLASS 7, BEES AND HONEY.
. Colony Italian bees, 1st prem., T3
Colony Black bees. 1st prem., T S
beehive, containing bees, 1st prem.,
T S Corbett.
Comb honey, not less than 10 lbs,
sections weighing not over 2 lbs each,
2d prem .T S Corbett.
Gallon extracted honey, made in 1833,
1st prem., T S Corbett.
Display of honey In marketable
shapes, not less than 20 lbs, 2d prem
T S Corbett.
Display of comb foundation for
brood, and intermediate stages, to full
drawn, 1st prem., T S Corbett.
Colony Black bees, 2d prem., J AI
Bee hive, containing bee9, 2d prem.,
J M Young.
Gailon of extracted honey, made in
1S83, 2d prem.. J M Young.
Display of- honey in marketable
shape, oot less than 20 lbs, 1st prem.,
J AI Young.
Comb honey, not leas' than 10 lbs.; 1st
prem. 6 L Thomas.
Colony Italian Bees, ?d prem,, 8 L
Wm Gilmour, Sapt.
CLAM t, XftCBAVXCAL CRTS.
In this class Streight & Co. make a
flue display of harness trimming, fad-
dies, bridles, harness hardware, lap
robes, whips, etc , and take 10 1ft pre-
pijplat boots, and shoe lstprerr,. Q the2;45 r
; Display of wagons, buggies, sleighs,
made In Cass county, "first premi
ums were awarded to J AI Schnell-
.i Finished set,-4 lorse fcoevlt prem
Adjustable store.gr&te plececa'Uog
and combinediWood' and coal stove for
... 1 - David' Mtlier,' Supt. '
. I : ..... . .n-...n.. .1 ,i
'CLAPS 0, UOJiE MANCPACXCKES-...
VVooleu lKJaf-ttr rujr. fst"premidni'
miss uesaie verson,., ....
.2 Speoimea- worsted work 1st pietn.
M bis IlefeSf e ' Petersob':'
u" Colex'tion,otUaix.worii, .1st .'prem.-rr
AJ. is Bnssie Peterson
' Rag hearth ru.'ist prtltn ; J; Itltchtev.
""Ten yds rafr carpet, ..2d prem., L. U.
Young.- i. . . i .
Lainp tnat,'2d prem '; L. Ill Young; "
lt Chair tid y, 2d prcmr ; L. U. i uung.
Ten'yds: rag carpet, 1st prem., Mrs.
St J. Brantner. , , '
Cotton xiuilt, 2d prem- .iAIiss Anna
Cotton quilt ' '1st ., prfcjn., " Airs.' .'Levi,
Churcbiu. i ... .i .
J CLAKS 10-,'D.URr AirJ "KitcIex."
Jar rip berried, 1st preui.', yy.Jj,"Hea-',
serj - ' i- ' ... ; -'.-. i
JarJapple.3 Ily,'43t prern', 'vVJ.'nes-
serj . .1 j
Jarxruirantelly, 2d" prem.;1 V. "J.
liisser...., . . i... .i.o
JaP rhubarb jvily, 21 :preinj - W.- J.
11 esse r.
Loat wiieati bread... lst pre in . MUs
Cral Gilmore. '
Jelly cake. "Ist 1 prem., Alyrtle Gil-
more. .: . . . : .: . ..I .. ... 4
Greatest variety bf jellies, 1st ' prem.,
Airs, orw; Fairfiid. .. ; : : .
Greatest variety of canned fruits, 1st-
prem..-Airs. G.'W: Fairfield. ' ' ; " - . '
J-Uv ciike. 2d.prem., Alias Susie JF air
field. - ... .- . -
.Pound cake. lsf bretn" ' Alfss1 Siisie
Fairfield."" .. ... '.-. . . .4 .
Crab apple jelly, 2d prem., Mra. S; J.
Brantner" .f"7 ' - - .
Rhubarb jefly,. 1st prem., Annie AI.
Youmt.- 1 r : -J
PI urn ' jel Iy'f 1st'. ' p r e'm " An n I e " . AI,
Young.... , . - - . .
Crab apple ielly, 1st pfemn' Annie AI.
Young-"!;. ". - . . .. . .. .:. ,
Loat wheat bread, 2d .prem, Ann'e
AI, Young. J --! - - ;
Curr.ant'jelly, 1st prem. Airs. .S. J.
In this"cla9s two articles' are' marked
pecial not decided. . tl
i CLASS li, KU9IC AUD. AKT,
Chromo, 2d prem., Jno. -'Ritchie.
Cabinet organ,' 1st prem., James Pet-
tee. : - '- . -
Variety musical inst'mts, 2d pTem.;
Airs. Kate E. AfcMaken, Sup't.
CLASS 12, FRUITS.
On the display of fruits, we find that
W. J. Hesser takes 3 premiums, 1 first,
and 2 second; Jno. Ritchie takes two
st; Isaac Wiles, 7 1st, and two 2d; Ja
cob Valiery jr. two 1st and Jno. Leesly,
three 1st prem.
David Aliler, Sup't.
CLASS 13, FLOWERS.
On flowers, W. J. Hesser takes 10
first premiums; Mrs. G. W. Fairfield
, and Alias Susie Fairfield S The dis
play in this department was uot very
Aliss Susie Fairfield, Supt
CLASS 14, FARM PRODCCTB.
Fifty ears of corn, 2d prem., Levi
One pk white beans. 1st prem., E R
Fifty ears of corn, 1st prem., JoLu
Winter wheat. 1st prem., Philip C
Winter wheat, 2J prem., Philip J
Half bushel Irish potatoes, 1st prem.
E R Todd.
Cabbage head, 1st prem., Wm B Por
Five pumpkins, 1st prem , John
Fifty ears of com iucluuing all
shades except white, lat prem. Jncoo
Potatoes "Clarks" No. 1, 2d prem , J
Extra early red ouions, 1st pram., J
11. Kestor, iSupt.
CLASS 15, EQUESTRIANSUIP.
Equestrienne, over 14 years of age.
1st premium awarded to Aliss Susie
CLASS 17, DISCRETIONARY.
Display cigars manufactured tobac
cos, and smoker's outfit. 1st prem., AI
Ornamental clock, prem., John Reu
land. Scroll bracket work 1st prem., John
Marseilles bed coverlet 2d prem., Jno
Snow apples, 2d prein., Jno Ritchie.
Display Gille apples, 2d prem. Ililc
Maken. Display Strawberry apples, 2d prem.,
Display Wagner apples, 2d prem., H
Half bu. buckwheat, 2d prem. T S
Fifty ears Sibley's "Pride of the
North" 80 day corn, 2d prem., Jacob
Ironing board. 2d prem., Wm B Por
ter. Jack, one year old, 1st prem., James
Jack, ono year old, 2d prem.. James
U. M. Bushnell, Supt.
CLASS 19, SPEED.
Quite a display of good horses was
ejh'biu in tdpajtmet
,U,er JfJJttJp, .Press's
. D. Johnsorv'-Weeprnr' Watery
Little Press In 2:52, 2:47 and 3:51.
t Free for all Dr- pibboiiniers Lit--
tie Press, D D J oh n V) n ;' LA irio'n f. O i ' M
Frances' Cook' ' UVitiqi)lWfl',
Time, 2:4 j2..t:4rntl4r;
Fopr heats were trotted.
In the 3 mInutd crt T''p;j;
entered i.amyQt,..j u. Uoluws. B4ack
Bess, and W D Jdrie4,- Prince.' 'Lamdnf
htodk 1st money, -Black Bess . 2d, irad
Prince Srd... TiroeViJ WdVSTSs'.
in tne "UTecn- rac 'entries 'were
made Piince by W -D Jones,; Jesaio
Ja mes, b W J; Ane f7.Lt ,t 6 NVir 1j
U AI Holmes, and Frank, by Ai Patter
son Prlnci.tok 1st foey,.LittJeNeJl
2d,1 and Frank 8rd.-' No'titne - given;- "
1 - In the pacing ricolth'ero .wer6 '.'.three
ehuieaDottie, Ij.y . W J. Aguew, Row-
ay Oloy, O AI Strotght, and Jack by P
Mei ges.' ' 'J ack was wUhdrk wiu frum .the
rape. Doitie took l-t money, and Row
ly boy 2d.11 c Besit Hme,' "3 fti'. 11 1 ' ,a L
A large number of farmers
1. MM 1
i Tturi'y' five ; 'guest'ii ' registered' at.'i.tjie
Perkius last sight. . .'
t.. I m mm 11 -
l'raiik AlcLtugh ii,-- brakemuil, o
No, 4,'t'ot J lt-li at LoUMvil'e this'iuorn-
. - ! ,. .. . - '
lug!. 1 Lausc, uul kuuwn,. unly.. sujr-.
pQhtl'i4a muel). .. .. '
f ... i . i:.. . . . , ...44 - .'
;';No2,' frbmthe ve'i;;Ms,;yTttMi;to
be on nnie, today, J'vXt tliv,. Jiint.lime ii
several da.' - - - . ' , .
'Ay' 'called' on' judge'Joii'iiaoul toda'j
and, he. told us .nothing bad i bpapeued
around his premises today; ut all
"Tlie' side tracks' at ' Pacific ' Ju'nctiou
are bo blockadediwilh, card . that NOu 5,
a pasuengtr tram,' was obliged -to pull
over a train from that place (his tnrn
Oscar Mullen Eq. -Dstnct reporter-
for this judicial district' i? employed at
the court "house .today making ..up, a
coort records -Mr. Mullen has- a good
reputa'tlou as" a hort: hahd reporter and
we are prepared to ;.say. -be. U ..a; cood
hand with a-type-writer. 'Mr. Mi has
brought oucot these curious little ma
chines with f him "anci it draws a crowd,
to. see its wouderluL work,
McCourt sells Pillsbury's Best
XXXX Minneapolis, Minn., Flour.- '
. -" 2014"
. . . V yitai .Questions! ; . .
-Ask the most eminent physician" -Of
any school, what is the best tLing
n the world for quieting and allaying
all irritation of the nerves and curing
all .iorms of nervous complainis, gi ving
natural, childlike refreshing sleep al
ways f ,
Aud they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Home form of Hops!"
Ask any or all of tue most eminent
"What is the best and only remedy
that can be relied on to cure all diseases
of the kidneys antt urinary organs; such
as Bright s disease, diabetes, retention
or inability to retain urine, aud all the
diseases and ailments peculiar to Wo-
And they will tell you explicitly and
Ask the same physicians
"What is the moat reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia;
constipation, indigestion, biliousness,
malarial fever, ajue, &c.,w and they will
Mandrake ! or DaDdeliou I
Hence, when these remedies ure com
bined with others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Bitters,
such a wonderiul aud mysterious cura
tive power is developed which is so
varied in its operations that no disease
or ill health can posBibly exit or resist
s power, and yet it is
Harmless for the most frail woman,
weakest invalid or smallest child to
"Almost dead or u-arly dyinf;"
For years, and giv-n up bj physici
an f Bright' and other kidney dis
eases, liver complaints, severu couhs
called consumption, have been cured.
Women gone neariy crazy I
From ajrony of- neuralgia, nervous
ness, vaketuiue8.s anu various uixeasrs
peculiar to wouieu.
People drawn out or sliapo rrom ex
cruciating pangs of Rheumatism.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suncr-
intr from scrofula!
Salt rheum, blood poisoning, dyspe
psia, indigestion, and in fact almost
all diseases frail
Nature is heir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters,
proof of which Can bo found in every
neighborhood in the known world.
M O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attention to his customers.
Bed rock prices. I have on hand
a large and very superior stock of fur
niture, much of which I propose to sell
off-at cost. My goods are for sale aud
oefore purchasing I wish everybody
who needs furniture to call and look
them over. All I ask ol the public is
to examine my goods and mv prices.
d&wti Hesry Boeck.
To the ladies of Plattsmouth and
vicinity I wish to announce that I hive
taken the rooms lately occupied by
Mrs. Tutt in the Cuion block, where I
shall continue dressmaking and ifcvit
all to call. ' Mrs. M. E. MortcK.
A Sqaare Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this In mind. d&wtf
Take none bnt Bremuer's crackers,
and you will get the best. 1681mo
Ask for Bremner's Eureka butter
150 deg. Coal Oil only 20 cts. at
frcP Uuts rac
. r -
A ; tiavloa book.
Cd Sie rruiMmted fi
ueinorle t all. 107ix
ONKV TO LOAN -On reTi
''lore room ooooslto Oik-j IIuum.X
block lu Kalriuont. NuU.uueul ttu.hest Ur.
tltiaw lo towu. Fur Halo at A liara'ai'i.lf ol
Mipm w day. aio a iocK..ta.aroreri(ii. -a
Rood buxlnrnn e-t-bil.tie4..l'..0. xltLrrrt, l k
drawer Ho. II. ,... , 1&U6... ; . ... 1
Fjlt SAI.E-A Rod wlntcr l UPVttkt stoves
hod noine bou-U)ld furntture HKlulrd ofU,
iJOlI HALE The
Woodi piMperty mar Hber
J. W'MAHULb, - :
. .ft . Audit
OH 8AL Kehidence prop-rtx. .oos..of ittia
of the lMt l4tcntlot4S In the oil. r III
V?ale for sUnrk. luqu'reotJ. W. JkUtxtUls. Wit
tTOK BALE OR KENT-A ooJ TiOliSo .?yttK
I seven room. cuVi'dleutly ari-.iUKo ana
located near the t 1ij busiii-'orp.iri ofllie elty.
ftr particulars ru-jolreol U; r. ' fjn.tr.
FOR SALE House and tot, price
Icasli. balance In mowUily ixv m-iilrt."
I U. h. W'lfUUAM; "
I .. .. . '
FOR BALE Several reiitiences. cheaa In
jqulreof i. H. WheelerA Co. . .
FOR SALE Scratch Tablet la all: ulrrs.'at
1J111 uttlco. ...,' . ';Wtf:
V0" SALE a lot lu good locution-. .Purlieu.
A- ; lars at this ofUce '. 7il
1 . 1 1 . .
FUR SALE An order for a new American
pewliiK Machine. ' luanire at tills oOlce. "
OK S'aLK I',6ojeo'r4-i of Wvit".' Tottii'lxe . of.
. w.s,. wise, ' Wm
LMllt HALE 1 Id paiK'm for Hale at tliU onlcc
A u.1 40 cents r hundred or 5 ceuts ix-r doz-
oun h ' 14 ..- -i 1 4 . i
1OK8ALE l our lots toKethet In eod loca-
tlwMlu ttal eltv. Innulrt at ttiU otltce tf
fJOR ItENT Ot"rtjiMM rt;u4 "'rt1-r .t
r f earl ami lo tsts.. Iai' y Tuii d iy W J.
Wnrrk-k. ,EiqiiUe, at Mainck'e Uiua .hIU i
VOU Il'INT One onic room aud dwelllm;
couin-cld, t3 ioiii-J u
feliii'lUh-r bakery. Kiniuire at
dcr's. .... . i
IV Oli KF-kT -rit.rc Itoo
5 W. si Win
FOK ItKNT iloute, con venli iit to fl44i(iH.
- , li. E. J. iiovKV i .Son,
U ; ' .1 - '
17011 liENT S.ittU "Ure MvMot the t'nlou'
-- Pluck. Eikiuiih of J. 11. Itlack, B.a Hpur
lock, Alva Drew, lSu.tine.iii ciinumtui,. . IZJU .
t?OU KEVT OwellhiK HouMes, Iniulrt of
WANTED lo rent a Kod dvelliiK
; cou veulfiit lu High school 4 lo 7
and stable. luquiie ol U. M. Kuahuell,
WANTED- Lnforniatlou as to the- whprea
bouto of Joseph Bly the br hU i.lect. kLlin
abeth lliouiai who lauOed at New York, Juiy
tvnd to S. ShenejiianSeCy of ' ItilriflKiatluii
12?4 Cheianut St., Philadelphia. Pimn.
WANTED TWO blackHhilthM and a hlack
oiullh helper at tsclmellbacher't shop, uotf
A.TED--john Uauer Ita ..bought the Utohl-
maii plate, cornel ot Till and V lite, and Is
prepared to accowmod n' the public in the
way otooardl 4K ai d lolging.by - the week or
month. ... .oiul -
f OST A pass book cohtaininK papers valu--
able only to owner finder nleane l-ve at nils
FOUND A . ladiefl pocket bOQk.ooiUalDln
- some change The owner caiW.itave the
same by calling on C. ilreckeulield, piovinti
property and paying for this notice. iMit
By the subscriber on' Platte bottom
Sunday Sept. 8th two yearlings heifers
red marked with white on the bcily.
Owners will please claim property pay
charges aud takthem a A'ay.
dtt CllA 8. VANDERVENTEH.
Buy Bremner'8 choice cracker's.
Ask for Bremuer's cracker's.
Leave orders for grapes from Lees
ly's nursery at A. Clarks grocer'.
oOO men to unload Schooners at.
153tf J. .1. McVey'a
,'Grace & Tbierolf have ar last receiv
ed their cigars, among which is the
elebrated R. G. IngersoU' cigars
Now Boys, is your time to get a goo
Fresh butter 12 ceuts per pound,
fresh eggs 12 cents per dozen at P.
J. Hansen's. 154tf
Henry Boeck is selling furniture at
prices below any house of the ame
style in Nebraska. If you doubt this
fat call onhim ntid k4Kw t.lif truth, tf
Special attractions in .Silverware at
L. C. Erven's. loo-lf
Bnmncr's milk crackerB. lOtflmo
F. S. White Ijhs ju-t received 11 car
loa-1 f "Sea Fo.tin" vviu'er wheat pat
ent flour guarue-l to be as good as
any made iu the United Slates and
prices aa low as the lowest. Also a
car load of bran ju-t received which
wc deliver to any part of the city.
A iibei id discount n go-ula liilit
tir prenpiita'at L. O. Rrvn'a. 1"fiif
The finest cracker s , are
- Use 185 coal oil only, at 23 cents a
gallon at Warrick's.
Notwithstanding Mother Shipton's
dire prediction, the world still exists
The people will live longer is they use
-Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, which
subdues and conquers coughs, colds.
consumption, whooping cougJti, and all
diseases of the lungs, i or proof call
at Smith & Black Bros, drug store and
get a bottle free. Oct.C,'82 29e4w
Notice is hereby given that George
W. Sexton will apply to the Board of
County Commissioners of Cass County,
.Nebraska at its stated meeting in (c
tober 1883 for a license to sell malt
Spiritus and Vinous liquors - in Avoc
Cass County, Nebraska, one year from
date of allowance.
. Freah oysters just received and forsale
at Fred Stadelman s. lt7 tf.
Morler shaves for 10 cent. 162tf
. Farmers and others desiring a gen
teel. lucrative agencv business, by
which 85 to 820 a day can be earned.
send add res at once, on postal, to U
C. Wilkinson & Co.. 195 and 197 Fui
ton St., New York. 40t6m
Want of Faith.
If Will J. Warrick, the Drugjjiat,
does not succeed, it is not for the want
of faith. He has such faith in Dr. Bo
sanke's Cough and Lung Svmp as a
remedy for Coughs, Colds, - Consump
tion and Lung anections, tnat ne wu
sjive a bottle free to each and everv n
who is in need of a medicine of this
L)cir lo inioriir"
- I ... ., on WaliTrn
' tetw.' Oratitennd MarblHt's.
', .... "rAXli" TERM
eomineuces Heptcmber 3d. !Hh3, (. tflltf
THE TWELFTH YEAR
TUESDAY;; SBP.T. 1883;;:
Altlian amulewrptot instructors.! ...
till n.ijt)lu':iLl.ii !o Ilia L.'iHiirciiil c ii ii'Ufiios ...
ran lv.4ibiMlii4-d l.y Ihonr u-nii4t: Jiifiiiiil.n,
, by tS'iju-rxpnuuiiK to.aUwu.l.. , .
1 ... I .. ' .
r t fir li in I'ei it i urinj .ono.
eM'nd',v.'.-', 'i;;(Uj:i':,Jaii( 3. 1HHI. j
Tlitril . "... .. nt ttlu.y, April, I. !-8l.
AiA.iiKI roiiiiiinVWT''tiw-diM-f4.l ue H
tf. i . m i mm l i" ' 4 4.,. I r.. I , , 4
" -1M COLLEGE-mHBMeiSE-: '..' T'
w.ll ien iictobcr 2. IHm.i. and eotillniie a ino's.
,, . . U. ii k J X iJ-Lt ' -
fil .. f. . i....... taut i -i u
BOSH, CLOTHING. flOOSB,,
is'tuB Place ifor TOO. to Iraie.
Our pystoni ot- doino; fcmsinesa' '
.!lt i.lAuro ,.. ftit,. 4kltlln
mauked in Dlain fiirur'cS'.isuid sole' !
1 o . ....
on its own iiifritg. ; ! o 'i irjonkej;
biz,1 no jewing, no lm in 01157 no
auction goodu, ohbod.dj.oods;
you get VMWy'fl, vjptli Mixy
time. Hie latest styles and best,
goods 'obtainable withmoney are
iu stock, and we will never be un
derrtold by any bouse, eitber large
or Kiiiiilf. mid 'villi will nl wars liiid!.! !
, j u
us anxious to serve your interests '.
in a niauiier to irain vour' e'dlid '
uiiiOiii. vyuinu uiiu us.
.... r 1 ..
W 4MI f f (MWWW m f
THE BOSS CLOTHIER,
Hook wood Jttock. J 7r '
I - .11
L fl4 '
O - A OS W y.
S3 B 3
-1 L0 m1 fc-i
3 ca s
cl 4. c o .
THIS MAGNETIC BELT 13
WARRANTED TG CLT:"
rtthotitJnlWH: full tn Ihtbnc Mp. V4, r
tlml4M. Mrv4i IvbOllj, 44fubiic. 44.crA.I acbtllty,
rh-uMlliu. parl'. curnl;. M. elu'ti-M,
Molthe Ll.'urf .plntil l imvnt. tarpld liter, K4
dv9pla. '-W"lltHt!.. -r,lfrlH inatmj.
tloa. brnl mr rtipvurr, .lurr4, Ua, Upjr
vTbenVny'diroy of tha CT.ST.n ATIVKKKCAWS
tyvrir. luot vtlmlllr. Ii4fl4 .lorrtc
wt.U.I wrul.tic , and nil Uom il-mr r
Musi turn, fii 111 iitier cu-. in eonUuwu
itn-aia uf M.vnetljin penn-!1ii fc tm part
mti.trr-lorrlS-m at healthy mil--- 1Uflu
D4Ii4U0UOUV lii4 . l.liMllf-. -
2ai ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER.
TO THE UDIB:-J!t
mnC a pairorMoffnetlc Koot BatUriiea hav . po ol-rrtur
In tl.4 re l.-f anrt coi of all thea ron.plalnt. TUy
can puMurtul uugnetia tore to to taw 9 mum
PtiTttmt, Kmrk, WraknatMivf ' .. 'n
lai. of the w.b. Uawrk... I''," '
rrkace 'laai". I'alafal, mmmm caa mm Im.
prKMlar Vrntrvalla. Ham am. mt
LlTii, IkU U Ur al AwUmot t4M-4l Afal
K"J"rTl fo.im of Fnaalo rNntllM It ta unmuf.
panad Oy anyiliin bptor tnrnt. bwta a coialAra
un.t anduauuirrofporrrtiiid ntailiat io.
Prio.of rllkrr Blt IO-Map.4KoitUt4Ja SJX
Seat by zpra C. Ol l .aivl exnn.lnVlon allowed, or by
millonKilDtniTM. In oreer in. M-rwl tawMrt C .
..i.l.w1.iMAflir B.mldlMiaM IjM B
Tbamanutoa Oa:t:..-nt adapted to tl I
worn OTr the under clotlilni, ii anltfU
kadr Ilk tke fcalraal u4 Eleewto M
b. idranlva aa eif-T..W t Ja ekonta
takes o at night. Thfj h'l I hrirpHor
axe worn at all aaMnaof th-jr-r. . .
lend tamp fur the "New l' t4Pll l wealeaJ Trea4V
mrnl M ttoi Aledlae, " UB UtwuaaaXa ( IWU'HI
THE MAGNT7TON ATPl&A'SCR CO-. -SIS
Htmxm SU CXmlmmmo, EX
! C i MONET TO LOUf ; J
ON REAL ESTaTK.
Any party (Mrlnir to loan money on Farta
property cn be HCCOiiimlated at a low rate.
Irora thre to ten yeari' ilm, and the tntereat
not payable until It ia accrued I nqulra ol
D. S DKAPEii,
10WUSWtf v - ltaOlOUkJl, Met.
ill - V. H I
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