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STREIGHT & CO.
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V) M ri TI'NtM r
A Ur;: line ol
Sadies Bridies Collars. Whips &c
alwav lu ntwk.
lit uiiiinj of all Aihtln i.mlly iUit o
.! :il u Street, between Fourth ami Filth.
C-AIA AT THE
II. A. WATHMAffit SON
Ul !. -ale and I: tiii:t I"Hl-r In
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A 'I 'IS VOl I H
,1 I I IK IN IK .
'1 Ms beautiful tbreeMoty trick i-tructiire. on
I i.v. ei Maid Mit't t. ha Just beeu finished and
A tit il up f r the ;.t-cbiin dation of
i:i c run boarders.
EVERY THING HEW AND CLEAN
A Goid Ear
iu Loiiiiertlou with tbe
FRFI) COOS, Propr
SKCOD HAND GOODS-
PARLEIYiAN & CHAPMAN
Will BUY ami SELL all kinds of
V'ill : t: :m. i:m rev n all
en lower Main street.
Oue tlror vest of Beck's Furniture sore
llattsmouth. Feb. 1st. 1883 4Ctf.
HOOTS AND SHOE?.
35 A Si UFACTUKOG
A FINE LINE OF
MEERSCHAUM AP BEIAR PIPES
OF IHKF.CT JI3IPOKTATION.;
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S iatiy made for tbe retail trM only, i
Pepperberg's Cigar Factory.
.I iM vi I .ilu.iUoa will oe carefully
;uried out. ai;d Tull attention will b glTtn as
to safety and durability.
LESSOXS OX rAIXTlXG
Water Colors, Crayon and Pencil.
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f be PlattsmoctL fleralo PaMisliiot Co.
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Kr CUy ami County directory . Railway Tlin
lablei. Telephone KucliiiOK IJuiiie.!i Di
rectory, li!-J n"? Cards &, ee fourth pae.
Notico to Advertisers.
Copy for lli;l.iy ml vcrtlHi-iiwiit or chaiie
in alterlineiii-iii limn b- Ii-imlcj u t llie
hUHiu'tt oil).' not l.niT than lu a in. of the
tl.iy In wIik-ii iio-y arc to Id- Inserted. Copy
lor i.iy I.mmI- and pei-lul nullce uint be
Imiiili? I In OeloreJ p. in. eaih day to Insure 111
eilloll. il ,M. I.l'nll NKI.I.,
Republican Mate Ticket.
JuIk f the Kupreiue Couit,
M. It. KEK.SE.
or IN-KfiitH of the University,
M.J. HULL. (Lone Term)
JOHN T. MALLAI.IKi;.(Loii Te
J. M. Ill ATT, (Short Term;
l I. JIULMK8, (Short Term
Second Judicial District
i Jud'f of the District Court,
S. II. l'OLM.
Republican Countv Ticket.
J-or County Clerk,
J ULLN W . J E N N I X i S.
t or County Tieat-ure r,
WM. II. Mi WELL
oi rial tMiioutii.
J. C. EI K EN BAR Y.
For County Jude, .
.CALVIN III S.SELL.
of Weeping Water.
Ir Stiperiiileudeiit of School.
CV it IS ALTON,
ol Sto e Creel;,
For Ctcil: of the lKUlct Couit.
SUMNER S. II A I.l,.
of Mt. I'leasant.
1'or County Surveyor,
iJKOKiJK W. FAIRFTKLO.
For County Coroner,
I'KUKY 1'. UiVSS,
Fir I'oiiiini-isii.iM r. Third iJi.strlct,
of St ove Creek.
Meets every Tuesday evening at their
Castle Hall, iu ltocknood Block. Via
itiug Knights are invited to attend.
J. VY. .JENNINGS, C. C.
V. L. Dykes, lv. of R. aud fcj.
1. Salisbury, Dentist.
C. A. UarNliall, Uenlit, nuc-
ccNsur io Clutter & Marshall.
Tec tli extracted without pain,
uj ue ol Hi oti Oxlile ;ai.
Two dollars per da', from this d&te.
The Cozzena Cr. yih and Harney
street Omalm Neb. btrictly Jirst class
iu every particular
1. Ramsey & Co.
of the Palace Hotel Santa Fe. New Mex
ico. Oct. 1 lc83 1S9lU
I; took over a column in today's
Lincoln Journal to tell what the city
council said about "that well."
lOo stvle ol' Birtliday cards at Var-
The ba?e ball league next year, will
consist of i clubs instead of 8. The
lour new clubs, are from the the fol
lowing cities, Washington, Brooklyn,
Indianapolis and Chicago.
The building ot the Lincoln street
1 ail way, it seems, has already been be
gun,. The Journal says 500 feet of
track was laid yesterday, and that all of
the material is of the best quality.
Mr. McElwaiu, who came in from
the west last uight, says he traveled
for half a day where the snow was six
inches deep on the level. This was on
the western division of the Union Pa
cific. A large shipment from Plattsmouth
of very fine appearing apples, sound
and in excellent condition was received
by Hargreaves yesterday. These ap
ples were ftrown in Cass county and
are choice specimens or Nebraska's
fruit product. Lincoln News.
Mr.G.Itasgorshek returned yesterday
from a week's visit in Connecticut.
He says business is very good in the
east, at the present time, they paying
better prices tor all kinds of labor than
is paid iu the west.
The Roosters that so handsomety or
nament the pages of our democratic
exchanges, these dajs, are very pretty
and serve to show up in good style
what would otherwise be a very dull,
The Lincoln State Democrat sports two
roosteis, one crowing for the Ohio vic
tory and the other the expected presi
dential victory in 1884; since we come
to think of it, its all right, just now is
doubtless the only time a democratic
fowl can afford to crow over the '84
The Elzevir club held a very pleas
ant session last evening at Mrs. D. A.
Campbell's. The topic for the meeting
nest Friday evening is Longfellow's
Miles Standisb," and the place of
meeting, Mrs. J. P. Young's. The com
mittee to report topic for the meetinir
following consists of Prof. Druinmond,
Miss "Wordcu, Mrs. J. L. Stoue.
This has been a very busy day with
our merchants, tbe town has been full
all day long with farmers buying their
Fall supply of goods. Not fciuce last
winter have we seen so many teams in
town from the county, maybe business
will be Letter for a while, one thing is
certain, an improvement is not impos
sible. Don't allow the accumulation of
Dandruff, when it can be so easily
prevented by the use of Ayer's Uir
Lat week the daily IIeualu noticed
tin; death of our old and esteemed fel
low citizen, Mr. William H. Reed, of
Weeping Water, but owlug to lack of
data we were unable to speak of our
old fellow citizen as fully as we wished
the following obituary from the Weep
ing Water Republican, will bo lead by
our old citizens with iutcrcht, and in an
appropriate notice of an esteemed citi
zeu who has lived aud labored in our
midst for hdf a century and who in
pu-iing away leaves a good name be
hind him' which is a consolation and a
comfort for those who loved him most
and ho will mo-t mias Ids cheerful,
kind presence and wne counsel.
On Friday, October 5 th, 1882, af
ter a lingering illness, William II
Reed, well known throughoit Cass
county, breathed his list, at his home
one mile north east of this plac
During his last illness everything
that aiiection could suggest or ample
means procure to smooth his remain
ing days and stay the dread sum
mons was done. Few of our citizens
have been better known oi more ac
tive in the affairs of state and county
th an the deceased. Pronounced aud
positive in his views on all questions,
no neighbor ever stood long in doubt
about which side of a question Wm.
II. Reed would take. Identilied
wiin tne earnest endeavors of our
people to overthrow the cause of sla
very, ue may oe said to Have been a
contemporary of those daiing spirits,
who nrst Hung down the gyuntlet of
opposition to that party which long
fought with ballot and bullet to man-
tain the supremacy of the slavehold-
ing aristocracy ol this country.
Horn in Hartland Connecticut, De
c-ember 10th, 1810, his father moved
to Ohio in 1818. In this state at the
age of eighteen j-ears, in connection
with Joshua R. Giddings. Ben
Wads and an older brother, he assist
cu at me nrst, auoimon canvass ever
made, they stumping the district for
IIon.Jas.A. Birney, the candidate
for president on that ticket.
In 1SG4 Mr. Reed moved to Iowa,
where lie resided until lSoV when he
came to eeping Water, and has
been a resident of Nebraska ever
since- taking part in lier uaily legis
lative struggles, capitol removals and
enduring all the inconveniences,
struggles, honors 'and glories that
belong to the pioneers of a new and
rapidly growing young state.
From 1859 until the tine of his
death Mr. Reed's history will be
most intimately connected "with this
town aud this county. Two years
after his arrival, in 1S61, he complet
ed a small 'mill on the site of the
present tine stone structure, now
occupied by S. Clinton, Esq. In
18GG, the present stor.e mill was
completed and was owned and run
by Mr. Reed and his sons for some
years before it was resold to other
In his religous life Mr. Reed was
as pronounced as in his political
views, and was a member of the con
gregational church from his boy
hood,and always a leader in every
moral as well as political reform.
Living among us, raising his family
here, known to each aud every resi
dent of the vicinity in all his walks of
life it is no wonder that his funeral
was attended by a concourse of neigh
bors and friends that overflowed the
church and extended for a distance
about the sacred edifice
The funeral sermon was preached on
Sunday last, by Rev. Mr. Campbell, of
the Congregational church of Waverly,
and the body deposited ii Oikwood
Ihus passes from our midst aa ex
emplary man, an honest citizen and
adearly beloved friend. The Re
publican mourn 3 with fri nds of the
deceased aa truly and faithfully as bis
older friends and neighbors and ex
tends the sincerest sympathy to the sur
viving members of Mr. Reed's family,
feeling how empfcv words must De at
such a time, yet prompted to render
such consolation as our high regards
tor the character of the deceased de
mands. First Annual Meeting.
The Nebraska Unitarian Association
will hold its first annual meeiing in
Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 30 aad 31, 1SS3.
Believing that the time has come for
a united effort, on the part of all per
sons in the Missouri Valley, who be
lieve iu working together for freedom,
fellowship and character, by the meth
od of religion, we, therefore, who have
united ourselves together to emphasize
righteousness, and to push forward re
ligious progress, urgs upon all, of what
ever name, who are in general sympa
thy with our liberal religious ideas and
methods, to meet with us in open con;
Accommodations for a limited num
ber have already been s; cared and we
hope to arrange for the entertainment
of all who may attend.
Reduced rates over ull railroads cen
tering In Lincoln will be secured.
All persons attending will address
Rev. E. Powell, Beatrice, Xeb., as soon
as possible. On and after Oct. 26, ad
dress Lincoln, Neb.
Tnos. L. Kimball, President.
Exocu Powell, Sec'y.
Among the able men who make up
our county ticket it affords the Repub
lican pleasure to give its unqualified en
dorsement of J. C. Eike: .bary, for the
otfice of sheriff. Two ytars in the ca
pacity of deputy sheriff of thi3 county,
added to his splendid natural qualifica
tions for this office, renders Mr. Eiken
bary, next to the present incumbent,
without question, the best qualified
man for tbe office in the county. And
these are not the only recommendations
possessed by the candidate. Hi9 per
sbnal popularity among thosa who
know him best is abundant evidence
of his moral character and standing.
Cast your vote for him and help elect a
capable and honest man. Weeping
An elegant line of wedding and invi
tation stationery just received; aloe
callin-j cards, in lr?tv?t styles.
The Walters combination delighted a
fair audience at the opera honae last
night In their rendition of Scott Mar
ble's best comedy "Statea Attorney
Those wh went to hear John Dillon,
were surprised to find other attrac
tions of as much merit and interest al
most as the acting of Mr. Dillon. True,
Mr. Dillon, as Pilgrim Hoggi, is a p
cuuar character mat it sccui no one
could personate no happily and per
fectly as Mr. Dillon; he kept the audi
ence in a roar of laughter from the
time he stepped ou the Ht age, until he
bowed himself into his "capacious of.
flee." Mrs. Walters, as the jolly school
mam" captivaLed the audience, in her
independent, girliah maimer. Mr. Mc-
Veagh as the old honor bright, bluffy
miner, was very good, his personal ap
pearance adding much to th correct
portrayal of the character. All in all,
we venture no audience has let t the
opera house after the close of an enter
tainment this winter, that was as well
pleased as the one iu attendance last
The democratic county convention
convents today at Louisville. A large
crowd of the democratic leaders left
this morning for the launching of the
democratic boat, preparatory to a trip
up Salt Creek. We noticed in this
crowd, Bro. Sherman, wearing his nc
customed smile and lean id ' heaviiy
upon a clumsy looking cane. Ed Ruff-
ner was on hand.", hut he too was com
pelled to use a walking stick, but when
we saw Bio. Draper, the father of 'an-
timonop democracy" iu Can's c uuty,
also limping and carrying a cane, we
wcie compelled to believe something
very peculiar had happened, but
whether the boys had been taking part
in the Iowa campaign, or were trying
to impose on the good people of Lou
isville and get their dinner for nothing
on the ground of being cripples, we did
The balance of the crowd was comj
posed of such men as James Patterson,
F. E. White, Jerry Hartmau, George
Edgerton, John Blake, M. A. Hartigan,
Will Cushiug, C. Brcckenfeld, W. 1).
Jones, Dr. Wiutersteen, J. Vallery Sr
Dr. Wallace and iolbers.
The following is the ticket nomi
nated at Louisville this afternoon as
far as could be obtained :
For county treasurer. Will dishing.
For sheriff, Silas'Paltera on, of Rock
For clerk of the district court, '. C.
For county clerk, John Green, of
For county Superintendent, Mr.
Reynolds, of Liberty precinct.
For County Judge, M. Archer of
Surveyor Sol. Pitcher of Plaits-
General order No. ISO, issued iivru
the office of Assistant general Mauager
Uoldrege, reads as follows: "Mr. J.
Barr having resigned to accept a posi
tion elsewhere, Mr. C. M. Wead is
hereby appointed supply agent." Mr.
Wead's headquarters will, of course,
be iu this city, this being the location
ot the principal store house.
Crand Lodge of Good Templars.
The annual session of the GrauJ )
Lodge of Good Templars ot Nebraska,
closed at Crete laBt night.
The order has made a grand advance
under the able leadership of F J Sibley
of this city as G. W. C. T. The rec
ords show a gain of 24 lodges and over
1,100 members during the p3t eight
An effort was made by Keens, ot
Kearney, to defeat the administration,
but it was triumphantly endorsed by
the Grand Lodge. A test vote for G.
W. C. T. standing 67 votes for and 37
The following officers were electee:
G W"; C T J F Sibley, Lincoln.
G W C James E Morrison, Platts
G W V T Miss Anna M Saunders,
G W T John E Hopper, Fairfield.
G S ol J T Rey George Scott, Sut-
W W S M Weaverling, Beatrice.
The real struggle of the session was
made by F G Keens of Kearney, to
capture the delegation to R W G Lodge.
Letters were written to various parts
of the State and everything done to
make the order staad by him. 1 he re
sult for first representative was F J Sib
ley 63, F lv Keens 30. Keens ran
again for second representative and
George Scott recorded 64 to Keens' S3.
The action of the representative to
R W G Lodge at Chicago, was en
The salary of G W U T was fixed at
$1,200 and G W S at $250.
The plans lor an aggressive campaign
were perfected and the fight for prohi
bition will be.hot during the next year.
The Grand Lodge adjourned to meet
in Lincoln on the second ;Tuesday in
October, 1884. The order in Nebraska
was never mere thoroughly united than
at present and in splendid condition to
make a grand record during tne year.
Bed kock prices. I have on hand
a large and very superior stock of fur
niture, much of which I propose to seb
off at cost. My goods are for sale aud
efore purchasing 1 wish everybody
who needs furniture to call and look
them over. All I ask ol the public is
to examine my goods and my prices.
dAwtt Henry Uoeck.
For Sale at a Bargain.
The furniture and fixtures, and all.
or a part of the Btoct ot the .Milli
nery store, of the late Mrs. A. P. Stout.
Call at the store. 1916twi
All members of McConihio post G.
A. R. No. 45, la requested to bo present
at the regular meeting next Saturday
evening, Oct. 13, promptly at 7 oclock
to attend te important business of the
post. J. B. Strode,
8. Weaver, Oojjxmauder.
Willie Cleghom, of Louisville, U In
the city today.
Lee Parker and wile went to Shen
andoah Iowa today.
Hank Hollis'.i-r it taking a vacation
thii week out at Huieiior.
Mrs. C. Breckenftld ij in Louisvdle
toxlay visiting her parents.
John A. Mac Murphy i, a lk-.-r ou at
the Louisville coavculiou today.
James Pettce i looking after Mhoii
A Hamlin interests in Ashland to.l iv
.an u. r.uyger, haying closed up
his business here, left this morning for
Pat Murphy accompanied by his wife
and daughter were Omaha passengers
County Superintendent Alton stopped
in the city last uight. He left for home
Walter Myers, one cf (J len wood's
brightest youn men, ciu s over last
evcuing to take iu John Dillon.
The Walter's combination, who
played States Attorney so acceptably
her last night went to Nebraska City
Rev. Powell, of Beatiice, a leading
minister of the l.'iilarian church is iu
the city today, aud made the IIeuai.d
a pleasant call.
List of Letters.
reiuaiuing uncial. ii'jd in the P. O at
Plattsmouth Xeb. Oct. 12th, 133.
Andrews Levera Krush Prank
Andres Trumau Lamb William
Bowers F Scott Mets. Miss Acca 2
Bruhl Joseph 2 Murphy R ., . .. ..-u
Cherrier Francis K Xorris Elsie
Carrol E S
Carver L A
Gustafson J A 2
Howard Mrs M
Porter D R
S perry C 1
Williams Cha' K
White E V
. Persons calling for the above will
please say "Advertised -
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
Mr. J. I. Reese- the accomplished
barber is in charge of the -barber shop
under Frank Carruths Jewelry Store
and the customers of that old stand
will find every comtort and convenience
ready and waiting for them. I83tl
FOR Lois 1 and I
lilock 41, Improved.
dU7 II. II. WINDHAM.
Leave orders for grapes .from Lees
lv's nursery at A. Clarks grocery.
Fresh oysters just received and for sale
at FiiF.it Stadclman's. - !67tf.
A Rare Opportunity.
Au elegant house in a pretty aud
convenient location, will be sold cheap.
Address P. O. Box C59.
M.O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac
ticular attentiou to his customers.
A Great Discovery.
That is daily bringing joy
homes of thousands by saving many of
their dear ones from an early grave.
Truly is Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchhitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Tickling in the Throat, Pain in Side
and Chest, or any diseast of the Throat
and Lungs, a positive cure. Guarante
ed. Trial Bottles free at J. M.Roberts.
Drug Store. Large size $1.00.
Try the new barber under Carruths,
Haying opened and refitted the rooms
under F. Carruths Jewelry Store Mi
J. P. Reese is ready to wait upon his
customers with every convenience
which should belong to a first class
barber shop Hot and Cold Baths al
ways ready. 185tf
Hot and cold baths
shop under Carruths
For a shave at any hour call at the
shep under Carruths. 187tf
200 Tons of first class hay for sale
leave orders with W. S. Wso.
178d28wtf J. T. Wise.
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this issue. 47t
Two well improved farms, between
Louisville and Weeping Water. Ap
ply toTbaddeus Adams, on farm.
FREE OF COST.
Another Thousand Bottles of ilarsh'a !
Golden Balsam to be Given
Every person in laPttsmouth, who is j
Buffering lrom Scrofula, Chronic Rheu- j
matism. Jaundice, Billiousness, Dys-1
pepsia. Indigestion, Constipation or j
tite. Chills or Fever, Malaria, Backache
Female Weakness. Nervous derange
ment, General Debility, or any Blood,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bowel dis
order can obtain a trial bottle of
Marsh's Golden Blood & Liver Tonic,
free of charge, by calling at Smith &
Black Bros' drug . store, Plattemouth.
Persons who have already tried this
valuable medicine can procure tbe
large bottles at 50 cents and 61.
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Mar&h's Golden Bal
sam, tbe famous Throat and Lung
medicine, two dost a wil botieGt. Sam
ple bottle fiee.
Imported ale and porter ut Joe Mo
SPKCI AL NO TICKS.
AdvrrtWrment under till head 'three rent
ler Hue eaeli Invertlou.
HONKY Til UJAN-Ou real entatn by A.N.
,XIKMAl.K-llou4e4. lotiand wood laud by
- j on n lion. & .Hon.
rOU.4Al.K-A Rood Mawni Jk JIainllil cabinet
oricau, a tiarualu fur eatli ureliarr. Ill'
Ulle of lleiuiun Mcinlilt. KMf
Wiiodt roerty urr Htier-
j . . .M.tuaiiAi.i.,
,"OK SAi.lt I.Vtldeiic property, one of th
- ol lite rieii Iik'juhiu lu inn cily
Irnde lor ntiM-k. In.ju'ro ol J. V, Alar
V, Marlbl. Haul
1,'OK HA I.l:- House and lota, price $4'0.
i:tli. balaM-e iu monthly payment.
1C. 11. WlMUIIAM,
POIINAI.K Several renlilenoe. ctlMp. I II-
quue ol It. II. Heeler A. t.
-Scratch Tablet lu all size, at
J'UICHAI.K a lot lu k'0I location. I'artleu
lai at thin unite VTtt
1,MIt .SAI.E-An order foi
hew in Ma.'liiue. In.j
for a new Alnericau
ulre at tliloMc.
rnic SALK-l.ooj cord of wood. Inquire of
LOKSAl.K I Id paper for Hale at thin office
at o centi ivr liuudred or o ceulu per doz
roil SALK-Kour lot together In irood loca-
tiou lu thl city. Imiuire at thU olUce tf
1?Oll ItKNT 1 he north more room la
lile's black, aud s room. up alair.
location for restaurant or boaitliiiK bouse., rents
cheap. Apply to Wui. .Neville. 18J1I
'PO KENT A house, comer Tth aud I-ocui-t
street. &l!iiuue ol '1 bus. t'ollock.
VOlt lfiNT-One oUlce room and dwelling
a- connected. (3 room I ui ntair ever lloll-
tinjulie at iln.
TnOll ItKNT Iloune. convenleiit to rhoun.
L 'll. K. i. PoVKV &, tiO.,.'
T."IR ItKNT South stoie room of the t'nlon
lilock. KuoulreoIU.ll.llhuk.il. hpur-
lock, Alva VltYi, lluslueits Clinuiltlee. lull
POlt ItKNT DwelUiiu lloue, Iuqulra of
litiiiti w. n. nil akkii.
I OST A pass book eoutaluliiK pat er vnlu
ij able only to owm-r tiuitcr pliM.se leave ut thl
onic. i 11
10OtNI A Cold toiithplik, '0u r provluK
properly and paying lur till n
have the sauie, . .... ISJlf
t'JIJNI) A ladieH uooketbook eontaiulni;
Mome ehnifH. '1'lie owner ruu Iihvu tile
I same by calling on '. lireckeoOuld,
pruperiy nou payniK luriuii iiuuimj.
in anted Lady or ueiitleiiiatl"t6"t ravel wiili C
Y it. SuiltU and party and canvas for l.a
clif' Hair work wltn privlntKe of learning the
trade i iiiy at .Mr, .ysinni noatuuiK iiou-ie.
, - liti'tl
To the old customers- of the barber
stand under Mr, FjCarruth's jewelry
store, 1 have re-l'tted and opened this
f-hop and am ready to guarantee you
every conenience, comfort aud pleas
ure to be found in a firM-clns barber
Hoi and cold baths always ready.
lS5tf J. P. Reksk.
Go to McKoever k Herrmann s tor a
trood dish of oysters at reasonable
Henry Boeck is selling furniture at
prices below any house of the, same
style in Nebraska. If vou doubt this
fact call onhim and know the truth, tf
When your blood is impoverished,
or corrupted, the leiuedy is at hand.
Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
1 License Notice.
Notice i3 hereby given, that the un
dersigned hari made application and
filed his petition with the County Com
missioners of Cass couity Nebraska,
for license to sell malt, rpirituous and
vinous liquors at his place of business
in South Bend, Cats county, Nebraska,
md that the same will come before the
Commiasioners for action at the No
vember session of the board.
Soirni Bexp, Oct. 21, 1S83.
For winter bloom and out door plant
ing, T:lips, Hyacinths, Narcissus, Hol
land bulbs, Siles, and a large assort
ment of hardy bulbs aud herbaceous
plants all are best planted in the fall
if you have them as they will do no
good otherwise, Call and examine my
atock. L.A. Mooke.
Dr. Schildknecht's Office
At the present and until ftuther no
tice, I will have my office with Dr. Sal
isbury in the Rock wood block over
Johnson Bros.' store, where I uriy be
found during office hours.
lG9dwtf W. H. SciiiLiKNr.ouT.
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door north of
Stadlemans on sixths St. opposite Nev
ills Block. The Troy City Laundry
will hereafter be located here and old
customers and new ones will find us
ready to give satisfaction in all kinds
of Laundrv work. W. B. Brown Prop.
A Square Meal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
23 cents and lodging at same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in mind. d&wtf
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'2 c 2 J3
2 - s
LAFE (NEIL, Prop'r.
u Mcttoii! Fori Yesl Cbickecs. &c
I'uUalabttV oa tiiliJ.
Also, all kinds of UAHK in seaaou, ud cv
ery ihiog k-pt la a
FIHST.CLASS 31 EAT SHOP
lewest possible rates.
SSIy f LATISMOUTBh RR1
7j .1 y Friends:
I liavv rroruai.li'il toy clasoe
of InntriK'tloii upon the I'inun, and nlioiild Ixi
pleated to have turn a limy d-lre iiiitrui'llori
to addreM or rait Uku me. My term are rea
unliable, and my Initrurtlou after the moot Im
proved method. I'upll, Ix't'luiilni: w riuiK, ran
never expect to become lini'iiMs. IJntitea
trial and examination.
DNIVflRSlTlf of NEBRASKA
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
wlili an ample corpt ol InMrm loit.
On feppllcatlou to the i 'haucrllor eatalouiie
cau be obtained by tlione di-irlnK IuIoiiiihiioii,
ami certiorate for h.iif litre on tin- iuilr.i.l
by those eipeetlni: to attend.
J irt TVnn liej;ln Tuesday . Hepl. H Hri;.
Heooiid " " 'l'liurday. .Itu. 3, Ul.
Tltlid " Tuenday. Aplll I, Ih.
Atiiiu.tl i'oiumi'n''iueiit Weilneiil.ty, Julie 11
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
w.Il.wiHli October 2. ISH.1. and cont I nun fl llnYV
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
aud all kind of ,
done'tO on'er on hhoit notice, by
1 BOYD & LAESEN. '
l'.'tvc order at lh:
I.iiiulier Y:iri or :.i
BEST IN THE MARKET.
Aludo OXLYof Tvst'tahhi Oil
nndl'uro licet Tullow,
To indiiee houhckcepura to irfvo this Soap
to Kivu lain n'lny
a tlial. WITH EACH BAR
WE (JIVE A FIXE
This oITV'r J ) mado for a short tJmo only
tndhoiiM b. takon al van toco 6f at ONCE..
V. t W AURA.NT thl3 Soap to do mor waxL-
Uii with creater eaP'i than an aoap In th
rinr f. Ii h.n no EQUAL tor ub In bard
YO'JR GROCER HAS IT.
JG . A. Wrisloy &Co.
Bla-'ri.oturera of Standard Litvlr
nf Toilet ti4.
j i. TxirietTiH:,
and all klnd of roortn usually kept In a
I'lIWi" 4 LAWN Kt It.HlTI'Ili: NTOItK
Also, a v;ry complete -toek of Kuneral iJoodi,
Metallic&WcoileaCoSES Caskets Hotjus'
Our -w :ml eli-fjant hearii; iilv. ai 1p j
Remember the place. In UNION
BLOCK, ou Sixth Street. TWO
Doors .touih of Ca.".s Coun
Wi.far w nay b found nklit or day.
J. I UNRUH
2u: . i.viTi-I If I. Mil
At the dow n-low d nalooo,
OPPOSITE THE PERKINSgflOLSK.
Keeps aeompleti; ine ;f
J 3XT 'Ml J3,
AND CIGARS, IJOTTLEDJ BKKR,
ALE AD PORTER,
KEUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the bent brands of Kentucky
OlpMito IVrkluk IIoiihk. - Pl.ATTSMO? I U.
BLJl CKSJII T.H
Ilitii.SK hHOKIKG &
All lisfis of Farm implements Mendel wi!l
Horse, 31ulc& Ox Shoeing
n short, we'll shoe anything that ha
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Kltth sr. Wtween Main aal Vine Street
ost acroa- ucoiarr from tlii ukv 1IKKAI
MONEV TO I.OIN
ON KEAL ESi A l t
Any party d"irJn to haii luoney ou Farm
Wopt-rt y can b ao7ou)modaid at a low rhi.
from three to ten yeaiV time, aud the interest
owi payauio uaui it Dai accruea. inquire el
V. n. tJUAJ'El
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