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AtttWrmi-ntt under thi head.
pfi Imr em-li infriiou.
Al oNKY TO I.OAN-On real eVtata by " A. N.
tOlt HAI.K Two RimmI milk i-ow. lii'inlr of
1-. O. Out Lilian. ,(
TiMl -(Al.i:-lliiutci, Intinil wood laud by
Jlui lluns & Son.
EMJ.l.SAI.I-.-A r.mkI Miwn & Hamlin cabinet
uricati. a iiu'aln f..r cjiili nrcliaarr.
pilii- .f llrtiu in t-iulll. Kill
ul II. f.
Wood irMily nrar Slier
J. W. M AUall AI.l.,
I."Oi: H i : -i:tsllfiirK iri -rty, one of tin
! I !! nt-ii location lii tlm vltf, or III
trail- l..rK k. luu'r of J. W. MrtliH. hMlt
I ;i:s i.k ii.im. and lot, pri.-i? S'iV. liw
iMiii. li.ilai.o; in luoii'iily i) ini-iiti.
V. 11. VVINUUAM,
1JMKS.I.K Sf t-r.il
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.1 Tli!ili iu nil aizr.
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,oi: .s, I.K : l.n in k1 location. I'artlni.
l.lllill lIlMOtlKO H.lt
,' l xa I.K -An order fur a i:t.-w American
-Wiitf M.i'-limi!. I:iiuil at tblsorUVe.
I." : H I.K l. in . rl of wixxl.
LM.Us.M.K -t I I pa;, r- lor sab? at tLI onlce
at l cents .er hundred or 1 rem per tlo.-
1 .'' -I.K -l nor ! t .;-etlff It. Kood It.ta
C i'.i in ll;l i-ilv In.., it... -it llil. rw... trf
Foi; l;i;'i.n,,Ure ulili T riM.inf and 4
.1 li-li .Oil. r-lil.-iie " i.l .-lr...t.. m.
I I'll k.
,'0!( l;iv 1 I lie noit:i storeroom
I'le i l-i k. and t rooiut ui laii". Omul
loe.iiioii tor rt-ii aiiraiit or lo;iniin house, reins
fto-.i,. Apply to W in. .ellle. KM
I'.' III'.N I A house, nil ner Tth
.lii-iuiie i.i I li.-. rol k.
I:N I out- t.fiiet- room and tlMeiiini;
lilteett il. c; riMOiil llo st.iim f.ver Holt-
li.i. i.l. r li.ikery. hii-pine at Mis. lii.ltselmei
jm: i:i;. r-
lloii-., rou vi'lii. iit to tin. pi.
II. K. ii. D ev .Son.
I.'f U KKNT SoiiMi strf riMMiiol thx I'lii'in
A i;iH'k. Kiiiurt ol ii. II. Itlai-k, It. Spur -liK-k.
Alva Dr w , r.ilMiie.is I'Miiinittee. Ii;tf
KI'.N'I Dwelling llouxes. Iii.piiie of
I I'd if W. II. hll KMC.
past Look ctiiitalniiiK p:i erf valil-.-.!
to tinner tliider please leave at til In
i;nlMi-A liold tiM.llipi. k. )u
property ami pa Hiif for thi
have tin name.
J.' UNI A lad. e oekttbook rontaiuliiK
1 Mune eliaiiK- 1 lie owner can have the
.s.tiiie dy ealluiK mi tr. Kreekentlelil, proving
.iofity and p.tyinn for thi.i notice. l5Mf
WA N I Kl. A j;irl to do general tuiiifeuork
at .Mrp. .1. C". .Morri-cy'ii.
I havb rpoianizetl my clashes
of iust ruction uimii the I'la-o. and .should be
pleased to have such ad n.:: .sire instruction
to address or call upon me. My terms are rea
sonable, and in v instruction after the niout im
proved method. Tiipils, beginning w rong, can
never expect to become masters. I invite a
trial and examination.
d UJW J.".tf
THE TWELFTH YEAR
UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA
TUESDAY, SEPT.-11, 1883,
v. ii fi an ample corps of instructor!-.
On lis.'.ii-ation lo the Chancellor catalogues
in" In- ..i-T.iiiir.i hy those defirinx inforiaatlou,
and eel i:ii-.i!es (or half faro on t'ue railroads
l-j tl ei'-eiiisj to attend.
Tirst Terra begins Tuesday. Sept. 11 .
X-.jon.l Thur-fday.Jan. ?. lxl.
-i !i:id " Tuenday. April 1.
Animal ".mtr.eo' eiiient Wednesday, June 11
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
t It nocii Octol-r is-sl. and continue 6 mo's.
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
:uiit ai: kind of
k:ie to on'er on horl notice. I'V
BOYD & LARSE1T.
l-cav. niers at the Lumber ard or at
l'osl i mice. IS-'ifJii
1 his t ut if id three s-tt-ry brick Miucture. on
:4t-r5";i:d street, ha- just been finished and
f. tit l up for the acconiinctlation of
Hi J JS'SlL'yT CUSTOMERS.
EVERY' THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Good Ear ln colD,C: ith the
"If. FBED GOOS, Tropr.
BOOTS AND SHOZ5-
yt XX ITFACTUR1XC
1 ml! thr.u!d ituemVr that if the?
u.n itiivtliii ii in the ftcv goo.: lint
u thci time to buy tbxui at J l
Youngs. , - W
DUIiW UUIJ-DiiMU, PLAl IDivivw in,
FL'BMSHF.II DAILY AND WEEKLY
Ttc PlaltsmontL Herald ?Milm Co.
OFFICIAL PAPKIC OF TIIK CITY-
For City and County Directory, Railway Time
Tablet. Tfli-pfiono Kxcliaiic I'-uiim-m Di
rectory, I:ilnej4 Cards f.c, see fourth pac".
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display a4rertltetnent or clianiri
In advertlteiiieut unlit In; iiaiuted In to the.
bunneolUcn not later than In a. m . of the
flay iu wlilcii lliey art: to b Itin-iteil. Copy
for pay local anil special imtn-ei mint be
tiaiiiitf-t In before 3 p. in. each il.iy to I mine m
iMfrtion. II M . lit sif .ski.i,,
A. SullMbtiry, lriiflwt.
A. tlurMliall, IteiifUt, niic--HHor
to I'lufltpi- k Mui-nIiuII.
'I' fill 'tlticltMl wllliutit pain,
n-ttj1! of'.MtroiiM xlU;
Tlic btt fftiallty of liai d Jind
niM coal for Male at i:red (or
Mi i t-4 i y 1'in-ti.liiv vp,iii at tli'-ir
!a-tM ll.ill. in K ii-k vvo.,i li.uck. Vih
it iii Kui-lits ;irc invitcl t uttfii l.
.!. V. .II'NMSIIS, V. C.
W I. I v k ks, K of ll. and rj.
is a.iin witiiout :t
Our HtiH k of scliuul luoks
comp!it; W.J. Warrick.
('old, (iaini vveallier thevj days with
ncw all around us, our turn will come
The l:idif of the iVpsbyterinii cliurch
and coiigri-iliou arc requested to meet
Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock
.it the church. Business of import'
'1 lie follow. u; marriage licenses have
been granted since our la.st report: Air
bert Worth to Jane Harry, James C.
Ilitcliie to Scpha Stuckert.
1'alric Kgan, late treasurer of the laud
league, has filed his declaration pepers
with the district clerk of Lancaster
county, and will become a permanent
resident of Lincoln.
Joe Ford h ad his skating rink in nice
clean shape and well lighted up last
night. A goodly crowd of fair ones
with their smiling attendants, were oil
hands, and seemed to thoroughly enjoy
the invigorating sport.
We dropped into the new cigar fac
tory this moorning, of Mr, Spies, on
lower Mam street and were surprised
to see him lilted up so completely in so
hhort a time. Mr. Spies already has
several of his choice brands made and
on sale. Smokers who happen to be in
that end of town would do well to drop
in and simple -ome of Mr. Spies' choice
John 11. Ames, a conscientious attor
ney of Lincoln, had the mlslortune to
be the nominee on the antinionopoly
ticket for regent of the university. Af
ter writing a highly commendatory let
ter on M B. Ueese, the man who is to
annihilate iheir Judge Savage, the
state antinionopoly ceuiral committee
rmucstcd Mr Ames to withdraw from
their ticket; to which demand he cheer-
f Ti'i y accede-'. Mr. Amos D an, of
Franklin lO.iuty, novv enjoys the emp
ty honors iu place of Mr. AtneF,
Nellie Swan'on, ill Swede- girl who
was t- target w tb ropr K'ring her c iiM.
has oeen uisciuiiged ai the Cass cou.itj
orandjury failed to indict her. The.
l'l.ittsmou; h pipers tried t!i- ce and
found her git'lty, but now th IIkuai.d
)-:iys the jio j carried Oiit ihp wisM s of
tin' ctmtuunity in not finding a bill
against l;er Was tlic giri uiity. Neb.
The Flattsmoulh papers have neither
tried nor condemned Nellie Swanson.
To the contrary they have aked frym
pathv and clemeucy for the girl. The
Grand Jury have said "not. guilty"
now if it it was in Xcbratka City, the
populace, acting on their former record
would have taken her and hung heron
a tree, and the News would have had an
iniportaut item, and probably an edi
torial on Justice!
Uncle Tom Barry was arrested after
his little fisticuff yesterday, and appear
ed this morniug iu Judge Pattenger's
court. Trial held without assistance
of attorneys, which resulted in a fine
and cost bill amounting to $1.".53, be
ing levied on Mr Barry, to which Mr.
B. very emphatically excepted.
Mr. W. II. Kent, city editor of the
Omaha Bee, has been nomiuated fcT
county coioner, of Douglas county, a
no wise unimportant officejin a city like
Omaha, where they often kill a man to
get up an appetite for breakfast. Kent
is a solid republican, a young' man of
the best business ability, and one who
will make an efficient official. The
IIf.rald will sm ke at the earliest op
portunity. 7,000 to loan on improved farms.
Apply to R. B- Windham. 197 Gt wtf
Fresh oysters and celery just received
at Bennett &. Lewis'. I83tf
Pou't fail to smoke Phil Young's
Gipsy Queen, Texas Sittings audthc
Wanderer, 5c c:gars. 97tf
For winter bloom aud out door plant
ing. TV.Iip3, Hyacinths, Narcissi. Hol
land bulbs, Siles, and a large assort'
mcut of hardy bulbs and heiba'.t-ous
plants all are best planted in the fall
if you have them as they will do no
good otherwise. Call and examine my
r!.ock. L A. Moore.
AncUctr lex at McVey
The City Fathers In Regular Sea
Last evening the council met in regu
lar session with Mayor Smith, City
Clerk Simpson and the following mem
bers of the council present: HerolJ,
Bona, Fairlleld, Morrison, Murphy,
Lehnhoff and McCallan. x
Minutes of previous meetings wire
read and approved, excepting the ch
sion of Oct. 3th, left over for correc
tion. Mr. McClIIan presented a numer
ously bigned petition from residents on
First street, in the Fourth ward.' asking
for a sidewalk ou said street from
Granite lo Silver streets.
On motion of Mr. Callan the judiciary
committee were authorized to draft an
ordinance requiring construction of
b lid wa'k.
Atlidavit ol Geo. Bushel regarding
a rtagtiaut pool of water near lib prop
rty on W aldington avenue, was pre
dated, as a!o the order of the- Chair
i.i hi of in Board of Health declaring
iln; name a nuisance referred to com
mittee ou streets, alleys and bridges to
act at once.
Street commissioner's report was
lead, showing since last report woik
done ou Locust and Granite Ms. Re
port referred to finance committee.
Fin incu committee referred back the
following bills, with recommendations
that they be allowed:
II Cams, burying dogs 1.00
J 1) Simpson, salary Sept 25.00
WA llendrickson, surveying. . . 9.00
V McCatiu, street work 29.00
W J White, work on 5th st rulv't 725.00 J
Allowed on this claim 500.00
C Koehuke, work on engine 0.50
11 C McMaken, bal. on contract. 375 .00
E O'Neill, work on engine house 20.G5
Beport of ilinauce commirtee adopt
Claim regulating certain lots con
demned in part by the city on Chicago
avenue, referred, to councilman Fair -field
to investigate and report.
Committee on streets, alleys and
bridges reported work referred to them
On motion'of Mr. Fairfied committee
was instructed to put in crossings asked
for and to hire help for the work at
wages not exceeding $2 per day. Mo
Keport was made that stock had beeu
breaking into the cemetery.
On motion of Mr. LehnhotT, cemetery
committee was instructed to investi
gate and act forthwith.
Mr. Murphy moved that the city re
pair sidewalk on Chicago avenue, ad
joining Lot 7 in Block 40, and tax the
same to the property. Morrison pre
vailed. Mr. LehnhotT moved that the council
reconsider their fornijr action in re
gard to contracting for cue tilling on
Fifth street;, on account of the lateness
of time and the necessity to have the
work done at once. Motion carried.
On motion of Mr. Morrison, street
commissioner wos instructed to hire
men and proceed wiin the work at,
once, which motiou prevailed.
On motin ol Mr. Murpny. crossiog
was ordered iu on Granite aud Second
Mr. Morrison preseuud petition ot
i B. Muiiis. regarding taxes Jerroue
ousty as&essed on his property in Unke's
addition, aud alter due investigation.
the cily agreed to iicceit $5.00 from
i.-.vuer of said lot, in lisa of their
claim against the property.
The claim of Merriam, for $45.55
taxes claimed to have been paid ou
cliuiea property, was, o.i motion of Mr.
Faiiliel-i, laid nv r umil next lue jUiitf.
On motioii, the Mayor vppoiuted a
committee of tlnee on securing, new
council chamber. Mayor appointed
Morrison, Bons and llerold as said
Mr. Sherman appeared before the
council on behalf of the fire depart
ment, asking that a now sudpIv of hose
be purchased for thorn, and the com-
niittee on lire and water were ordered
to correspond regarding it.
rm. rn : i: iu ,:ir
X liU luuuniu tmiui3 diiiuov mi. s.i.
Herald Pub. Co , printing S 13.00
J Yanda, street work 16.50
r McCann, street work Sl.00
" " 21.00
J L Webster, attorney's fees... 975.90
Mayor Smith presented and read
the' correspondence between Himself
Mid the holder of the high school
bonds (see elsewhere) which was diS'
cu93id at length, and
On motion, council decided to hold
an adjourned meeting next Monday
night, to take action in tit s matter.
J. D. Simpsox, City Clerk.
The srreenback convention which
convened at Weeping Wuter lastSatur
day, was not very largely attended,
only about 12 or 15 zealots of that
faith being preceut
Au effort was made to endorse a pait
of the republican and u part of the
MPmr.rr.itic. ticket ; but on trvinsr to se-
lt fhA .vrnnnr ..art of each ticket for
nrt,amanr ..vprv fellow wanted it his
wnv. which liuallv resulted In un ad-
. .... . ....... ..icf,t
journmeui, nuu anu.ii. uuuci juuiuj
that every man should vote as
rdeased they not putting a:iy ticket iu
the ikjd. m .
MONEY TO L0 4N
ON' REAL E9TATK.
Any party desiring to lou money ou Karat
nniiwH v .r.iil mi .MCxi .imOlta.Cll al it I'lW rate.
from three tv teu iuta' time, ai.il Hie luterest
not payable until ii . as aeerut-d Imiuire ot
O. t. DRAPE..,
;-.iliix--r i-iatmini h r.
Ar pIe!o.-j lixa itdJt-r ai
TUT uriy-nrm wv" - . or. -vti jwitw-
PERSON A I..
Billy Short, of Mtnly, iu in the city
William Wolfe, of BurlingtOD, ho
btcu. viftitlng hi friend (Henry Boeck;
be left for home this morning.
Col. Thos. IS. Stevenson, of Nebraska
City, U in town attending to business
before Jude l'ouud's court.
ll. W. Hyers was in Otnabu last
Mrs. J. B. and Maggie Wells, of Oj
ceol j, visited 'heir sister Mrs. Eugene
Saye a few days auJ left this morning
or South Bend.
Mrs. Darwin, of Decatur, Iudiuua, a
bister of J. X. and Parker Wise, arrived
in the city this morning ou a visit to
M. McEl wain came in this morning
from his labors a mail agent, he goes
out again tomorrow.
Mis Colviu, of Arapahoe, who has
ijeen visiting Misd Kennedy and other
relatives iu this city for the past fvw
weekf, returned home this morning,
(leorge Spurlock, after a lew days at
home, returned this morning to his
studies at York.
J antes I'ettce went to Tckaina and
Blair this morning.
Mrs. Elliott who has
several days, went to
been here for
Mrs. A. B. Smith is iu Omaha to
Denis l'ottengcr, of South Bind pre
cinct 53 in lhe cilJ today-
The members of the l'iattsmou)h
Sportsmen Club are called to meet at
Smith &.Beeaon's offize tonight, at
AEeath Roll of I Eight Months.
The abtrologists who selected 1883 as
a good yei.r for earthquakes, pestilence
and accidents see in to have made a hit.
During the eight mouths of the year
considerable more than 153,000 lives
have been lost in notable disaster, iu
not taking iutojaccount the yellow fe
ver in the south. By simply following
the big news of the press dispatches
the following table of the people killed
is made up:
Loss of the Cimbria
Milwaukee hotel tire
holand circus tire
Australia mine flooded
Mehichipi, Cal. railroad accident
Hat boat (master is. t ,
Loss of City of .Brussels
Kew YorK school panic
israiuwoou mine disaster
February floods ,
Drowned at Brown ville. Minn: ..
rait oi a lexas notel
Brooklyn bridge panic.
Suuderland.Eng. school panic...
Baltimore pier dixaster. . ,
Carlyon. N. Y. railroad accident
luiy. ixiuuon.uni. noous i
Hungary lire -. 20
Ischia earthquake 4,500
Knxlish tlshiiiK fleets 375
German floods 14)
Mt. Ararat avalanche s 150
Powder explosion iu Europe 'J30
Miue explosions in Europe 162
vjinaay jactory panic ltH
Koclietter, Minn, tornado 16
Lake Clnem palaca accident 23
Cornwall mine accident-
Collision tiff Eddystoue lighthouso...... . 13
ureal uanks nrnnermeii loss
Java earthquake lOO.Ooo
luuian etioiera la.ouo
Eg) pi ian cholera .. 21,000
ilaaaa M earner Aiitmia -o
Jteiucr !veuuiore Castle '-ii
steamer Gipy 10
Steamer ievaire 4tS
Ship Dunslolrage. : 2t
Besseges (France) explosion 21
Steamer viiappler 70
Buruiugfjoiuo Lake ineaire 47
Steamer Daphne ., 15o
J. F. Fitzgerald vs John Fitzgerald,
Jury trial, yerdict for plaintiff $J 75.
Geo. F. Sayre, vs William J. Wills,
ou trial to jury.
David Wo idard and B. C. Yeoman.s
vs Frank Mickle. Motion by plain tirTs
attorney to tax costs, overruled, to
which defendant excepts Motion for
new trial overruled to which plaintiff's
The costs iu this case amounted to over
230. Judgment rendered on verdict.
Everett G. Ballou, et al vs Jno. Black
and the First M. E. church et al. De -
cree entered dismissing plaintiff's poti
tiou at plaintiff's cost to which plain-
J. W. Stoddard & Co. vs B
ver, E, O. Hoover and Ha worth & Sons
Trial to the court. The court linds due
Haworth & Son $395.7$, and due Stod
dard $101.20. Decree of foreclosure,
and order of sale.
R. W. Hyers vs A. W. Cutler. Trial
to court, and case dismissed as prayed
tor in PlaiIlt,ff 5 PctltlOD
roneerninir the Hieh actio o uonufc.
Last night the Mayor presented to
the council the correspondence with
Mr. Bissell regarding the high school
bonds. The final proposition is, in
substance, that Mr. Bissell will take
funding bonds of one thousand doljars
each, bearing seven per cent, interest,
running twenty yeaas, in lieu of the
principal and interest of the old bonds,
all of whicb.ia..now due and declared
lesral bv the hiffhest court. This mat
ter is for the council's determination,
aB(j they meet next Monday night to
REMEMBER THE WOLF HUNT
On Saturday meetings will be held in
different parts in the eastern part of
the county, to organize a wolf hunt.
i - .
a At tlleie IQBalUS) uouicuaun auu
delegate will be elected who will-meet
at th-2 B ssker school house to elect a
captain and select the day for the hunt
The uieeting'ttrtt U to be held in this
city Saturday vVill be announced in a
dav or two.
j Can be had at-the City Hotel for only
-J"' cents and lodging at same reaaonabio
tat.:. Farmers and Gommercial
wiU please boar this in mind.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
Notice is hereby giveu that I will sit
for' (he registration of the voUrs in the
First ward or tbeity of PUtUmouth
at the office Of Fred. Uorder iu said
ward on the 25th day of October from
11 o'clock a. m. to 7 o clock p. m. and at
the same hours of each day following
until noon of November 5tb 1S3. At
which place and during which time all
voters will call and see that they are
properly Registered in the Registra
tion book of said ward.
1st ward city of I'latUtnouth. 202i7t
Notice of Registration-
Notice is hereby giveu that I will set
for registration of tht voters in the
Second ward of tlm city of Flattsmoulh
at the blacksmith shop, ou Washing
ton Avenue. 'lately occupied by Mil
ler and Son. in said ward, on tire 25th
day of October from eleve o'clock
a. m. to seven o'clock p. in, and at
the same hours of each day following
until noon of November 5th, 1SS3, at
which plane, and during which time
all voters will call and see that they are
properlv registered in the registration
brok e fsaid wan. JOHN DRAIN
Second ward, IMattsmouth Neb. 20?t7
Notice of Registration.
Notice is hereby given that I will set
for the registration of the voters in the
third ward of the city of Plattsmouth,
at P. E. Ruffner's cilice in
Ward on the 25th day of Oc
tober from 1 1 o'clock a. in. to 7
o'clock p. in., and at the ,same hours of
each day following until noon of No
vember 5th, 1883, at which place, and
during which time all voters will call
and see that they are properly regis
tered in the registration book of said
ward. DAVID MILLER,
Third Ward , PlatUmouth, Neb. 20'Jt7
Notice of Registration.
Notice is hereby given that I will sit
for registration of the voters in the
fourth ward of the city of Platsmouth
at the council chamber in said ward on
the 25th day of October from 11 o'clock
a. in. to 7 o'clock p. in. and at the same
hours of each day following until noon
of November 5th 1883. At which
place and during which time all voters
will call and see that they are properly
Registered in the Registration boik ot
4th ward City of Plattsniouth. 202d7t
FREE OF COST.
Another Thousand Bottles of Marsh's
Golden Balsam to be Given
Every person in laPttsmoutb, who is
suffering from Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Billiousness, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Constipation or
Costivcness, Ileadache, Loss- of appe
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, Plattsmouth.
Persons who have already tried this
valuable medicine can procure the
large bottles at 50 cents and SI.
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lung
medicins. Two doses wil benefit. Sam
ple bottle free. "
A lot. of household goods, under chat- j
tel mortgage: Consisting o! beds,
bedding, bedsteads, chairs, stoves and
general household fixtures, will be sold
at auction ou Saturday next, October
20th, 1883, at the "Old lied Store," at
the foot of Main street.
F. S. White, Auctioneer.
A Great Dlscorery.
That is daily bringing joy to the
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,
Bronchlntis, Hay Fever, Loss ot Voice,
Tickling in the Throat, Pain in Side
and Chest, or any disease or the lliroat
and Lungs, a positive cure. Guarante
ed. Trial Bottles f-ec at J. M. Roberts.
Large size $1.00.
For the genuine New York buck
wheat flour go to McCourts. 201tS
Fresh oysters just received and for sale
at Frkt Stadelman's. IC7tf.
For Sale at a Bargain.
The furniture and fixtures, and all.
or a part or tnc biock oi tne jiiin-
ncry store, of the late Mrs. A. P. Stout.
Call at the store. 1916twi
The choicest, newest, freshest oys
ters, served in the very best style at
the Monarch Billiard Hall, on Main
FOR SALE.-Lots H and 3 In
Block 41, Improved.
d97 IK. IS.
Leave orders for grapes from Lees
1 s nursery at A. Clarks grocery.
For Sale or Rent for 1884.
300 Acres of pasture lands all under
fence mile south of Weeping Water.
Jno. It. Clark weeping water. -eo.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing under the
firm name of Grace &Thierolf, ift this
rlav dissolved bv mutual consent. Mr.
Tbierolf will conduct the business at
their former location being authorized
to pav all debts and collect and receipt
for all bills due the old firm.
186t5 H. Thiekolf.
Plattsniouth, Neb. Oct 2d 1883.
100 styles of Birthday cards at War-
Notice is hereby eiven. that the un
dprsicrned has made application and
filed his petition with the County Com
rmafionera of Caa courty Nebraska,
for lieense to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors at his place of business
;n South Bend. Ctsi county. Nebraska,
and that the same will come lie fore the
PAmmi uinncr-i for action at the rso-
vember session of the board.
South Bend, Oct. Sd, J883.
Bargains ! Bargains ! !
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY,
AT THE P. 0. NEWS DEPOT.
I will reilucc in y 6tuck of goods rejarntorv to my removal, and
therefore will nell certain lines of my good at (JKEATLY KKDUC
KI) I'KICKS, Toil CASH ONLY, such us
ACCORDKONS, VIOLINS, (JtJITAUS,
IJANJOS. PHOTO and AUTOOKAPII AMUJMS,
LUNCH and WOKK BASKETS, HUH) CAGES.
GLASS and CHINA "WAKE, FANCY GOODS.
TO YS AND KOLWA Y GO OJJSl !
SCIiAP IIO OK PICTURES,
NOW is your time to luy and lay in your roda for the Holi
days and nave money.
ZierrLcmbe? ClVus Offer .
is good only
IPOit F'lIFTE.ESIXI UiLTTS,
from (KImIkt 17th, and the REDUCTIONS WILL RE
MADE ONLY FOR CASH.
Rememhor the place. Come
ken, and avoid the rush. .
IFlaiinels in HCed and (Cotton,
for mens9 wear.
in great variety.
Blankets and Carpels,
also a large
MATS AND WINTER CAPS.
Trite citizens of IPlattsmoutli
and Cass eonnty. are cordial
ly invited to call on us.
E. G.D0VEY &S0NS.
Knti Is herebv eiven that on Tuesday, the
sixth day of November next In
precinct in wasi counij. neuroma, mcic "
. an election held for the purpose of electing
the following officers to-wit :
One judge oi tne supreme tuuiu
One iudee ot the di-strlct court for the 2nd
Judicial district. x-,
1 WO regcuia ui luc uuii ci i fc wi .'ti '"'i
for full term.
One regent oi me university oi neutwua, iu
fill unexpired term of Isaac rowers, resigned.
On recent of the university of Nebraska,
to flllthe unexpired term of C. B. Uifleld, re
igned. one uouniy tier.
One County Treasurer.
One County Jukge.
One Clerk of Dietrict Court. .
One Super! nteadent of Public Instruction.
One County Surveyor. . . . n.
One Couuty Commissioner for Third Dis
one Aesessor, (iu each precinct.) .
Two Justices of the Peace in eace precmcl.
Two Constables in each precinct.
ThJee Judges of Election in each precinct.
1 wo Clerks of Election in each precinct.
One Overseer of Public Highways In eecb
Wtofeh Section shall be opened at e'ght
o.elt.ck In the niorniuit. and will continue open
until six o'clock ln the afternoon ot the tame
d "ijated this 101'a day of October. A. D. KSX
J, W.J F Ji I t,.
Caea County, Ptibraska.
Prescriptions carefully compounded,
at Warricka. St
SCRAP ROOKS, and
SCHOOL SLATES and ROOKS
early before the assortment is
Verv Rotieet fully,
WI. P. YOUNG.
Mrs. Johnson &, Sweeney arc selling
the following goods at cost: Corsets,
bustles, ruchiugs, embroidery, silk
handkejaTiufs, collars, buttons, laces,
back cOo? beads, toilet soap?,, per
fumes, Germantown yarn, zephyrs, rick
rack and serpentine braids, eilk thread,
kid gloves, lace mits, silk floss, thimbles
and all other faucy jrood- kept ty us
and will sell at cost until sold out.
Hooda. Hosiery, Collars, Gloves, Mit
tens, Ruches &c ic at cost and below
at the closing out sale of the goods of
the late MrB, A. r. stout. ii"
Notice is hereby given that George
W. Sexton will apply to the Board of
County Commissioners of Cas County,
Nebraska at its stated meeting in Oc
tober 183 for a license to 6ell malt
Spiritus and Vinous liquors in Avoca
Cass County, Nebraska, one year from
date of allowance.
You will find the largest display of
birthday cards, scrap bootf pictures,
placques and decorating pictures of all
kinds at the P, O. news depot. 297tt
Imported ale aad porter at Joe Mc
Veya. . ISTtf
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