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STREIGHT & CO.
Ihfrriir to Mtreljcht Jk. MIIIr.
M NVrACTCKEIl OF
FINE i J i U HARM
A laricr line of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips. &t!
alwayt iu Mock.
Htj-airfng ot all hii.d iitatly done o
Main Street, between Fourth anil Fifth.
CALL AT THE
I. A. WATERMAN I SON
Vholea! ami ifrtali Oealcr tn
SASH, 1)00 ItS,
' ourth Mriii n. rearcf 0ta Huusf.
.1 A'IT-VM'T!f xiii'-
Li i Y HOTEL.
I hl i beautiful three rtory brick structure, on
li.v . i b Hi.l Mie. I. ha just beeu finished and
Mil t up ini i lu- aiToimiicdatloD of
I.I (,l l Ml LOAKDF.RS.
i ;;ry thing new akd cleak
a T 1.. .N.MWl I H I. v.ll. Ili-
( hiy.M ! kV i,lt.-.-.
till ((. 1 I I r
J I 5 1 J K.
SKCOWD HAND GOODS-
PARIEMAN & CHAPifiAN
u Will BUY and SsELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street,
Oiio dror west oi Beek's Furniture sore
I lattMJH'Utli. Feb. 1st. 13 4Ctf.
J ust E.eceived
FINE LINE OFi
MEERECHADiC AKD ERIAR PIPfc
OK UIKKCT IIMPOKTATIOS.
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S laby made for tbf mail trft ''ily. i
Pepperberg's Ciar Factory.
11 n aal Spti:;iJoAti'u' iU h carefully
lirrled out. and full attention will b given aa
to safety ikad durability.
LESSO.V OS PAIXT1XG
J Water Colors. Crayon and TencU.
- MTTSlOTH flERALP
rt'llLIPIIEIl DAILY AM) WEEKLY
The PlattsooatL Herald Co.
OFPICIAh PAPKII OK TIIIC CITV
For CHy aud Count v Directory, Railway Time
Table. Telephone Kicua iK ISuln Di
rectory, liutues Cards Ac, ee fourth pa.
Notice to Advertisers.
Cony for dUpUy advertisement or change,
in adveriMeniuiit mutt bo handed lu to the
busmen oltlce not later than 10 a. m. of the
uay lu whtcu they re to be Inserted . Copy
fur pay local ami pedal notices mut be
haude-l In before 3 p. in. each day to lnture lit
ertlon. 11 M. It lmh. nj km..
Republican County Ticket
For County Clerk,
Fur ('uiiiy Treaurer,
WM. U, NfiWELL.
For Miei llT,
J. C. KIKKMJAICY.
For County Judge,
of cvpiiiK Water.
Kr Huperliiteiideut of School.
of bto.'e Creek,
For Ctotk of the Lltilct Court.
of Alt. Fleabaut.
For Cvuuty .Surveyor,
For County Coroner,
I'KKUY P. H HS,
For CoimulHxioner, Third Iiistrict,
of St ove Creek.
A. sulistjui j, llrullNt.
C. A. tlurwliull, lienliMt, nuc
censor lu Cluiler & Murwliall.
Tee tli cxtracird vllliuut paiu,
i uhv ul llrouN Oxide (.an.
The didtric t court docket will be in
the bunds of the printers tomorrow.
J'lio'.Dtfrnpli, aaiograph and scrxp al
buma at Warrick'. W2l3,
Ilay in Lincoln is only wjrtli $3 per
inu, wliile it is "!liii readily here at
Lndwit; &, Idciiler Ttarmonikies at
Joihi Tui ! clerking tor J. S. Duke
in Wm li : i cure ebiabli-Iiiueiit during
Mr. Duke's temporary absence iu the
L irgest stock ot wall paper at the
loweot prices at Warriek'a. 18-,4t3
About these days exMiuinations clodiug
tl.e Grst month of the public schools
are in progress, and the one thousand
pupils are correspondingly busy.
Full proceedings of the Republican
ritatc Cnuveutiou, held at Lincoln, la-t
uight, will be found ou our telegraphic
The reserved eatsalt for AVagner'a
minstrels is open, and aa the history of
his company is "not even standing
room" you will do well to take the hint
and secure your seats before you sleep
Siuinious A- Fishback's skating rink
will be open from 4 to 5 o'clock every
afternoon. Any ladies wishing to skate
for practice or amusement are invited
to come. They keep the best of older.
Nebraska City is having a new depot
building which the B. & M. are erect
ing there. The Herald would like to
e the B. & M. build a new depot in
this city, on this bide of the tracks,
which would be appreciated by the
The latest di-p itches indicate the
passenjrer rate war as unchanged. The
Chicago & Eastern Illinois is st ill car
rying passengers from Chicago to In
dianapolis fr 5 cents, and, as might be
supposed, have heavy trains. The New
Albany road charges f 1.50 from Chica
go to Louisville.
Lanciier county is gointf to vote ou
a propo6nion of he commissioners for
towirship organization, though .he
chances are it will not carry. We have
not heard the matter talked of here
for gome time. Cass is probably satis-
tied with our present laws which are
well enforced by our vigilant officer!
We notice from our exchanges al
most every day the phrase, "ano:her
li"ht frosl last nijiht, tomatoes and oth
r tender vegetables, severely nipi.cd."
If there oas beeu anv gardens iu this
ci v that have suffered from frost, dil"
. r. m innnirv Iims rims lnr tailed to re-
v l the fact. We must i.e lortunately
Passenger traffic over the great B. &
M- isfrti.l increasiujf, for several days
two Pullmans have beea hauled foi
the convenience of through passengers.
joterday the train after leaving Ore
apoiis for the west, consisted of 11
coaches and lugg4ge cars, every one of
which was loaded to its fullest capaci
John Leesley informs us that he bag
been ehioDinir some of his choice
fape8 to parties in Sanborn, Iowa,
also to Seward, York, Fairmont and
Lincoln, in our State. A great deal of
Plattsmouth fruit has tound a market
in thrt western part of the State this
year, and the industry, judging from
young orchards and young vjoe, is but
in ia infancy.
Great encouragement has been given
to frui culture in the past few year,
not only on account or large crops but
handsome prices too have beeu ob
tained, making the busineM doubly
Dr. J. A. Ilasemoier, of Louisville, is
la the city today.
Mr, anl Mrs. Freeman left for
west this morulng.
W.S.Wise inale a llylng trip lo
Omaha last night
Johu Ferguson, of Louisville, i do
ing the capital of Cass
Dr. M. M
Iiutlcr, of Weeping Water,
In in the city
tfiday on profest-ionai
J. A. I'-rlin, o yountr man from down
east, is in the city the guest of Phil
xv. L,. Coleman, ot Ureenwoou, came
down thi morning from Linrolu where
he ha I leen in attendance at the state
J. M. Patterson returned home this
morning from a business trip to New
York on behalf of our city, the results
of his visit will be giveu iu duo time.
Misses Celia Goos, Ida Weidainan.
Tillie LehnhofTand Mary Goos, return
ed from Louisville this morning, where
they hud beeu in attendance upon the
wedding of Mr. Charles Bielefeldt, of
Lincoln, and Miss Emma Albee, of
A Pleasant Party.
Last evening Mi8 Ida Waterman en
tertained quite a number of the young
people of lh city at nn impromptu
party, given in honor of htr friend,
Miss Thompson, of Kansas Cily, who
i visiiiug in PlaitMiiouth lor a f w
weeks. A very social nd pleasant
evening was enjoyed by all present,
and elegant refreshments were served
io the guests, who
the greatest relish
til a late hour and reluctantly
took ttieir way
Happy Cal Wagner In Omaha.
Au aristocratic minstrel performance,
a fountain of mirth of a high order.
They will always be welcome to an
Omaha audience Omaha Herald, Sep
Hundreds of people turned away.
One long, loud laugh. Enjoyable and
clean throughout. Omaha Republican,
Highly refined, enjoyable and mirth-
1 . If 1 11 ir
througt.out. Hundreds of
people turned away. Omaha Bee,
Refined aud genteel, but uumercifully
tunny. Burlington Hawkeye, Sept. 20.
It seems so many conventions lately
has demoralized uome of the boys.
They tell it on Judge Vanatta that,
wueu coming down ou the train from
Lincoln y sterday, the peanut ioy,
passing his customary box of 5 cent
cigars at the rare of two for a quarter,
reached his box over to Mr. V., who.
without any ceremony, made himself
the possessor of one ot the best. "Pea
nuts, not 6cemg any effort on the part
of Mr. V. to pay for the same, mildly
informed him that 15 cents was wanted
This was a surprise to the Judge, who
frauklv admitted that he thought thev
weie 'L'ouud' cigars or he shouldn't have
takeu any. However, he paid for his
cigar, aud endeavoreu to enjoy tne
laugh with the crowd.
As we were passing Simmons & Fish-
back's skating rink we heard the sound
of merry voices, and concluded to step
down aud see what was going on. As
we entered we were surpristd to find a
large party of our young folks having a
jolly time on the roller skates; let tha
people of the city patrouize the rink, as
Simmons & Fishbaca have spared no
pains or expense iu fitting up their
room, thereby giving the folks a place
to pass a pleasant evening. No one
need be afraid to come as they keep
the best of order.
Yesterday, in police court, a fireman
who runs out in the State was broight
up before the chief magistrate charged
with disturbing th: peace. It being
the first case in two or three da8, jus
tico did not daily long with the culprit,
but promptly dished up the moderate
due of one dollar and costs, which
were paid and the prisoner discharged.
John Leach astonished the llERALE
force by presenting the office with a
nice bunch of paw paws which he
brought up from Missouri with him, a
tew days ago. The boys couldut
make out what they were, and after
sampling a greeu one catae to the con
clusion they were a species of vegetable
The Herald publishes in its weekly
edition today, the tra le-marks of
Messis Potny & Segvlke, of Omaha
soda water manufacturers in that place,
who are also running .1 factory in
The Herald is in receipt ot a com
munication asking the question 4-how
about the PlatUmouth & Southwest
ern?" The question is r. sticker; a?k
U-i something easy.
The Herald is glad to receive many
words of commendation regarding the
article and comments from the State
Journal, regarding Nellie Swanson.
Hon T. B Stevenson, of Nebraska
City, got oil a good one at the Com
mercial yesterday. Some friend re
marked to him that he bad heard he
was a candidate for supreme ledge
Tom stroked bis beard for a second or
two. and tnen remarked "that he was
li e the feilow who was anested at
Harper's Frry during the John Brown
raid, who said, whn interrogated, I
do not know Mr. Harper, not do I know
bre he keeia his ferry". State
I Judge Pound Nominated by Accla-
The delegates from Otoe, Cts and
Lancaster counties to the Second Ju
dicial district convention assembled at
two o clock yesterday afteruoon at the
MaJ. I). II. Wheeler was elected us
chairwau of the convention, and Jos.
s- Headland, secretary. A committee
on credentials consisting of D Court
uey, and J L Wheeler, of Lancaster, A
N Sullivau and K II Wmdey of Cass, T 11
bteveuson, and C W Seymour, of Otoe,
were appointed. Tl.e committee re
ported full delegations from the three
counties and one additional from Cass.
A spirited discussion ensued before
the committee on ciedeniiul relative
to allowing Cass 13 votes, which wns
finally rvfeired to the c-ouventiou lor
settlement, Mr. Courtney spos:e ou be-
half of the cenlial committee that had
made r.he apportionment aud Mr. Va-
uatta argued iu favor of 13 votes for
Cass, which on oeing put before the
houso was ugreed upon by an almost
C. W, Seymour, of Otoe, in a few
pleasant remarks nominated the Hon.
S. li. Pound us their caudidate for judge
of the Second judicial district and
moved that his ii"miuatiou be made by
a rising vote. 1 he nomination wj
carried by every delegate iu ttie con
vention rising to his t'eet.
The following named persons wer-
elected as a district central coimnitte-
D. II. Wheeler, cuaii iiirtn, L 11
and i. p. Vanatta, C.tss couuty, C- W.
Seymour and F. S, Kaiisoiu, of Otoe.
aud W. II. Kelley aud S. J. Tuttle, of
N.S. Harwood, of Lincoln, iu bel.alf
ol Jud Found, who was holding court
at hraska City, thanked the couven-
tlou for its strong endorsement of his
felIotowusmau, when the convention
adjourned nine die.
Never dm mote ptopic assemble in
lioy u'a t pel a liouae tuau last evening,
ou Hie occasion ol Happy Cal Wagner's
jNew All nali els lirsi uopuaiauce. At a
quarter 10 eight the bign ".Slanuiiig
loom only ' was hiiug ou, and ut eiin
o'clock ana live unuuies Manager Boyd
was lot ecu to close the bale. HunUreUs
01 puyie Veie turned away, Uciug uu-
vi 1 11c: UUU9C
The euiet laiuuieut was just wha. it
naa oeeu advertised au aristocratic
minstrel pel 101 mnce, genteel Horn ue-
g.nuiug l. i , aiivi a to. main of mirth
01 u higii 01 u... lu onei, Xne lleiaid
13 SaLisueU inaL Alaiiaer Brown bus
bco-cu a lilt, ami uuide a liome run. To
attempt to pailicuiarize themauy good
tilings would be to ti.-e too much pace
It was inotoiignly euioyible through
out. luu uuuuiiiined ot a luah order
Uuu prouueed by a score of America's
favorite burnt cork mimics whose laces
UU(I antics win uiways oe wtmoiue to
mi Omaua audience Upwards of eigli
en hundred people iu attendance
showed their dedght by a continual
ioai of applause. From hi si part, clear
through the long programme of 'ni-
ger acts ' not one was passed without
In short, they pleased the audience
haelny aud did il witnoui an allusion
tat would grate harsh y ou the most
and reliued taete. Omaha
The youug colored girl that sudden
ly let for Omaha the other day, was
brought back Tuesday by the chief of
Police Frank Morrison, lie having
beeu seut alter her by tne girls father.
Jlr. Moinsou says he fouud her work
ing in a uice family and that nothing
was to be seen that would tend to prove
the truth ot cnarges thai were ma ie
here. Now that she is here, if therrt is
any Iouudalion lor the statements thai
have been made against a physician ol
this tow u, it Could easily be made man
ifest, it other wise, nothing but jusdice
demands that the matter be cleared
At the State convention last night at
Lincoln i' is reported that quite a till
was held over the attempt to incorpor
ate high license in the slate p. at form
the attempt was strongly comb ated
by Air. Morrison one of the Cass Co. del
egation aud the plank was dropped
from the platform.
The big hill on oih St. north of ui iu
has been ressed down until it as
sunies quite a neat appearance strongly
in com r.tst with its former condition:
Some of the extra dirt has been brought
down on vine street and used iu much
needed localities such as crossings &c,
Uucle Henry Shafer Drought to this
office today some of the fiuest red ap
pies we have ever seen, he was trying
to find out the name of them but had
not been successful in his mission.
The pile driving on the 5th street
biidge has been the center of attraction
for a tew days, aud has been put
through at a lively rate.
Rev. Esterbrook has removed his
frmily to this place and is comfortably
eusconced in the parsonage.
Mrs. A. P. Stout has beeu reported
Tt-ry low for the pat tw or three
days, her l'fe being almost despaired
ine band win again lurmsn music
at Ford's skatiug rink Friday aud Sat
urday nights of this week.
Joe Ford has the boss skating rink
in Fitzgerald Had skates uew and kept
in the h-st of order room clean. light
and cmtortaile and the best of ordei
always maintained. 182t8
Patro.i'z- the Circulating Library,
Wil Warrick. m mt823 -
atsiiy JJiUw Warrick ') lit3
Ilnt Mile Orove I tern
Mis llattle Muttr.of Aubnrn, is vis-
ttlng relatives and friends at this place
Mrs. J. II. Kiser and sons have Rone
to Pierce county on a visit.
Samuel Morrow was rusticating
among frireds at Thiee Groves, Ust
The school house is being repaired,
ond school will begin next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Oaks and Mrs. L
Uusterholtz have gone to Seward to
visit relatives thero, a few days.
We had quite a heavy frost last night,
the lirbt of uny accouut this fill, but it
did not Injure our corn iu the least.
Considerable hay, iu this vicinity.
that was mowu and not stacked, was
grealy damaged by the late rains.
Miss Ella Kennedy, of Plattsmouth,
was visiting at S. Richardson's, last
week, as the guest of Miss May Ken
Oacar Richey and brother, after a
pleasant visit among friends here the
past tew weeks have gone to Omaha,
they are well pleased with our coun
try. The r. A. II. band have made ar-
lunifruieids to meet every Tuesday ev
ening to practice. Prof. S. L. llawley
giving instruction, they ure doing splen
did and discourse some excellent inu-
Kev. J. Mailey, the new minister, de
livered two excellent sermons on Sun
day at the M. E, chun-h. Although the
weather was very unfavorable the at
tendance was very good, but a good
many i going h me. got wed drenc.'ied
iy t!se ram ut ni,.hi. DICK.
eituesuay evening oept. o, in
Louisvillo at the residence of the brides
parents, Mr, Charles Bielfeldt of Lin
coln to Miss Emma Albee.
A large compauyof friends and rela
tires were present fiom adjoining towns
to witness the happy event. After
partaking of a most maguifleeut sup
per the bride and groom took the train
for Lincoln where they will make thei r
The Hekalo extends to the newly
wedded pair its best wishes, for their
ARE YOU READY TO DYEf
Hurlbtirt and Miller
proprietors of the Omaha Fancy Steam
Dyeing and French Dry cleaning works
107, South Fifteenth street, Omaha
Neb., recommend their facilities for
c.eauiug, dyeing and curling plumes
and tips on three days notice; ladies
suits in velvets, Silks, Satins etc.,
cleaned by the French Dry cleaning pro
ecus. Ladies' and gents' clothing clean
ed, dyed and repaired. All kinds of
fancy dyeing, merchant's shelf-worn
goods a specialty.-
All orders by mail or express given
and be.t goods at
New Arrivals in Silverware.
L, C. Erveu has just received a lartre
addition to his stock of fine silver and
silver plated ware. A lanre varietv of
goods in this line, in the latest patterns
and uesigns can oe tound, and all de -sirijg
substantial and elegant goods
are requested to call and examine Mr.
Erven s stock before purchasing. 182tf
A libeial discount on goods bought
for presfints at L. C Erven's. ir6if
Dry Cottonwood for sale. Enauire of
L. D. Bennett. l&otf
Unruh has just received a fine line of
center tables. Y u want to ect Ins
pr-ceB before buying. 176ut.
Choice fresh Candies just received at
Phil Youngs. lSlt2
Targe line of Work Baskets & S'ands
at Phil Youngs. 181 12
You will fiu! the largest and cheap
est Hue of accordions at Phii Yungs.
Phil Young has just received a large
line of Lunch Baskets from 5c up dout
fail to go and examine uis Stock.
Morley shave f.r 10 cents. 162tf
Special attractions in Silverware at
L. C. Erven's. 155-tf
Bremner's cracker's are the beet.
200 Tons of first ciaes hay for sale
leave orders with W. S. Wse.
178d28wtf J. T. Wise.
Ask for Bremner's cracker's.
Do not forget to come to the skating
rink this evening, every thing new and
in good order, under the First Nat
lS0t2 Simmons & Fishback.
Buy Bremner's choice cracker's.
Try Scherer's Corn Cure, warranted
to cure without pain, only 15 cents; at
Fresh California fruits and
received every other dav at
149-tf. F. S. WniTE'f.
The best skating rink in the city un
der the First Nat. Bank
180i3 Simmons & Fishback.
150 deg. Coal Oil oaly 20 cts. at
Use 185 coal oil ouly, at 25 cents a
gallon at Warrick's. lC6tf
J. C- Boone has removed bis barber
shop to Sherwood's new building on
Fifth street. wl2ml
Grace & Thierolf have af- last receiv
ed their cigars, among which is the
elebrnted IL G. Ingersoll" cigars
Now Boy is your time to get a goo
1 - -
BreeeJ ijulk cTa&kcrB. 4o3lmo
AdverttvmenU nnder tltit bead, three cent
er line eacu lanertiou.
MONF.Y TO LOAN -Oa real etat by A.N.
TOUALE-IIoue. lot and wood land
A John itous & Sou.
FOU HALE A good Mwur Hamlin tabinet
oritau, a hartalu for cash purchaser. In
yulie of Jlviniau acinldt. Kt.lt
FOK SALK The Woods property a'r btier
Ifl liyera. J. W. Maiisiiall.
fTOK HAlK Kenldence prop rty. n of the
A of the let locatlous In tho rlty. or III
tradn for stock, lmju're of J. W. MrthU. I out I
?il MALK -IIuum and lot, price SUM. Itoo
raih. tialauce to inontiily p .ymruit.
1C 1J. WlMoilAM,
FOlt HALF. Several retldeucen, cheap. In
tiulre of U. il. M heeler it C.
IUK MALK Scratch Tablets iu all niztM. at
yOU SALK a l'it lu gvod location. J'arllcu
a lar at this ottlco w7if
t'OR AI.E An order for a new American
A ewluK Machine. Imjulic at thlaofUce.
L'OK MALK l,00iCOrd of wood. Iujuir of
VOH SALE Id paper for flale at this ofBce
attoceuts er hundred or 6 cent per doz
I?01 SALE I our lots together In good loca
A tlou In thl cltv. Inuulru at llila olllctt
'pO RCNT A house, comer 7th and
Mtreetd. tuoulreof 1 lion, t'oiloek.
LOK KENT CoiuloJlalile place, corner ol
1 earl and 10 Sts.. laieiy .i-i-U.l. U by W J.
Warrick, Kequire hi vainct' di iik hIik-k.
L'OU K'JNT One ofllce room and dwelllutc
colineeted. 3 rooiio-l u stair cvr liolt
shnelder bakery. Knuuiie at Mis. HolUehuel
der's. i5i ll
FOU KENT iloue. roi venii-ni to kIi...h.
tl. K. Iiuvkv & .son.
IT OK KENT S..uth v tore mom of tlx-t'nlun
A 1'l.u.L Ki.miirv ! : II UlM-lf U Mi. in-
ock, Alva Drt-w, liulueas ciiiuuittee. ls.Hl
?OK KKNT-Ottclliui; lloiiHCK, liiiiulie of
W. li. Mi.a r.ii.
I OKT A paws hook conluiuinK pa er v;ilu
able ou.y to owner Dmiei pieu:
leare ut (i. I'
1, JUNO A lad. en noekett'ook con toning
Koine change 1 he owner can have toe
same by Calling 011 (t. Krt-ckenlielil, pruviii);
property aud paying for 1 his notice. i.miI
Dr. Sohildknecht's Office
At the present and uulil lurther no
tice, I will have my office with Dr. Sal
isbury in the Rockwood block over
Johnson Bros. atore, where I may be
found during ofllce hours.
169dWtf W. 11. fiCHILUKNF.CHT.
Bed ROCK prices. I have on hand
a large and very superior slock of fur
niture, much of which I propose to Hell
off at cost. My goods are for sale and
.efore purchasing I wish everybody
who needs furniture t call and look
them over. All I ask 01 the public is
to examine my goods and m v prices.
dAwtt Hf.nry IIokck.
F. S. White has just received a car
load of "Sea Foam" winter wheat pa:
ent flour guaranteed to be as good ub
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 ol the city.
M O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Auheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always readv to pay pac-
ticular attention to his cuntouiern.
To the ladies of Plattsmouth and
vicinity I wish to announce that I have
taken the rooms lately occupied b
Mrs. Tutt in the Uuion block, where I
shall continue dressmaking and invit
all to call. Mks. M. E. JIokti N.
Take none but Bremner's crackers.
and you will get the best. lCulmo
One Thousand Bottles of Marsh's
den Blood Si Liver Tonic to
be iiven Away.
E very body iu Plattsmouth, who is
suffering fiom Jicioluiar, Chronic Rheu
uiatism. Jaundice, Biliousness, JJyspep
sia, Indigestion, Costiveness, !! ndaclie,
Loss ot Appetite, Backache, r euiaie
Weakness, .Nervous derangement, Oeu-
eral Debility, or any Bicod, Liver, Kid
ney. Stomach or Bowel uisorder can
obtain a trial bottle of Alaroiie's Union.
Blood fc Liver Touic, free of cn .rge, b
calling at Smith At iil ck Bi
store, Plattsmouth. P -isons who have
tried this valuable medicine can pro
cure the large butties ai 50 cents ui.it $1
Il purities the Blood, invigorates the
Liver, Stomach aud Bowels, reflates
the Kidueys. and strengthens the sys
For all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs, ue Marshe's Golden Bal-am.
the great cough remedy, sample botth
free. Ask for
Bremner's Eureka buttei
FOR SAI.C L,ots 2 ahd 3 lu
Block. 41, Improved.
d7 li. (. WIXUIIAM.
Freth butter 12K cents per pound,
fresh eggs iy cents per dozen at P.
J. Hansen s. lo4tt
A Square .Heal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
25 cents and lodging at same reasonabh
tates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. d&wtl
McCourt sells Pillsbury's Best
Xyyy Minneapolis, Minn., Flour.
Leave orders for grapes from Lees-
ly s nurserj- at A. Claiks grocery
500 men to unload ScLooaers at.
J. .1. McVey's
Henry Boeck is selling furniture at
prices below any house of the name
style in Nebraska. If you doubt this
f&nt call on him aid know the truth, tt
The finest cracker are
Fresh ovsters Just received and for sale
at Feed Stadelman a. lOitf.
Tobaccos McAlpin.Piper Hr.idsiecb,
Bravo. Horseshoe and Climax, at
lake n Cp
llv the subscriber ou Platte bottom
Sunday Sept. 8th two yearlings hellers
red marked with white on tne beily.
Owners wilLplease claim" property pay
charges and take them a xray.
6t CJ'e. Vasuav'T-
WATERMAN OPERA HOUSE
- ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Friday Evening, Sept. 28tb,
HAPPY CAL. WAQNER'S
K. II IliJOWN. I'rop'raiid Mana,r.
AN INNOVATION la MINSTRELSY
IteiiMrk b'i for I!i't1'ieiiint and lurlluir
a llh talent. I ! rlitil lal u ii.leneea iir.l
them i v r where lentliiK te rupaelty of the
llCl IM'H HI'R
eenerveil hchI' on n Weili-e-dny ni'-ndnif.
S'cure ieat In mU .iucc ami at
tvi iliM runi..
WATERMAN OPERA OUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday Ev'g, Sept. 29th.
ENOAOE.MENT OF I Jf K
CELEBRATED EMOTIONAL ACTRESS
ifllSS LOUIE LORD,
AN EXCELLENT COMPANY.
L'nder tho iiiunn"Miii'iit if .tainen A. I ord And
hcotl .Maibl . 111 H.-itl Marble's
Linwood Case !
MISS LOUD AH MAIMil-.l! Y OOltE.
Atlinissioii, 7i 21 1 1 4 1 iOt.
No extra cluirtre for llcerveil heal, now on
ale at J. I. Young'.
31 usiciil lusti'detion
To JIy Friends:
1 liave n-diaiilcu my c;asae
of iiiNtrui'tion upon the I'lauo, and should ho
pleased to havcsueii a may desire instruction
10 address or call upon me. My ter 'is are rea
sonable, and my iutructi"ii after 'the most im
proved method i'uiils heinului; wronK, can
never expect to liecomi? masters. 1 Invite a
1 rial and examination. ''' y
KATIE DO RRINOlON.
THE TWELFTH YEAR
UNIVERSITY Of NEBBASKA
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
with an ainolc corps ot instructor.
On annhcation to the Chancellor catalogues
can be obtained by thowi; dexhhiK Information,
and nei tiHr-ates for li.ilff oi ou the railroads
y those expectinx to attend.
First Term beini Tuenitay. Sept. 11 1.J.
.Second" " Tiiur-day, Jan. 3. 1881.
Third " " Tuesday. April 1, lttH.
Annual Cointnen -etnent Wednesday, June 11
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
w 11 open Oetolier 2. IK3. and eoiitlnuf! mo's.
BOSS CLOTHING HOUSE
Is tne Place far YOU to Trade. .;
Our fiyftcin ol bustnesa
will jjlease jon. Every article is
marked in lain figures and sold
on its own mciits. No monkey
biz, no jewing, no humbug, no
auction good.-, no fchoddy goods;
yon get your money's worth every
time. "1 he latent styles and best
good obtainable with money are
in fetock, ttnd we will never be un
dersold by any house, either large
or fcmall, and you will always find
us anxious to serve your interests
in a manner to gain your solid
custom. Come and see us.
C E. V7ESC0TT.
THE BOSS CLOTHIER,
BEST I'd THE MARKET.
Jlndo OXZYof Testable OU
and Vureliect Tallow,
To Induct housekeepers to tfve this Soap
a trLl. WITH EACH BAR r T IT3 TT3
WE GTTE A FINE 3
TABLE NAPKIN li UULbLb
This offer 5 . made for a short time only
and should be taken advantage of at 05CE.
VTa WjUtKANT this Soap to do morawaah
IniT wuh croater ease than aay aoap In tb
market. I; he no EQUAL fcr 09a la barf
aad cold water.
Yim G33CE3 HAS IT.
t3r:0turrs if Standard
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