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WAX li:i.- A Kirl t.idrt
at Mio. .1. C. .Morrixey's.
To Mil Friends-
I have reorganized my classes
of Instruction upon the IM:io. and should be
phased to have such as ii:ay -... siie instruction
to address or call upon me. My terms are rea
sonable, and my instruction after the most im
proved method. I'upils, beginning vvroiiR. can
never i'ct to become masters. I invite a
trial and examination.
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UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
ui:h an ample corps ot instructor.
On application to the Chancellor catalogues
can be obtained by those denirlng information,
ami cert iticates for half fare on the railroads
by those expcctinjc to attend.
First Term bvin Tuesday. Sept..ll 1S3.
Second" " Thursday. Jan. 3. Ihhi.
Third " " Tuesday. .pril 1,1(41.
Auiiiii'.l Commencement Wednesday, June 11
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
w l' opn October 2. 133. and continue 6 mo's.
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
and al! kinds of
done to orVer on short notice, bv
BOYD & LARSE2T.
it the Lumber
Yards or at
Il l-, beautiful three tory brick structure, on
icwerMaid street, ha just been finished and
I. lied up for the accommodation of
TH A ysiEXT CUSTOMERS,
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Goed Ear ,n emne8!?lth the
VL FRED GOOS. Propr.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
3 A3 ITFACTUBIXG
it Kifr the Tjeonle that the
WMtehreast Co. ell coal at bottom
prices Give tbm call- wt?
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The PlattsmoatL HcraI5 PnMisIiinE'Co.
OFFICIAL. IMP Kit UK THfc CITV
For City and County Directory, Railway Time
Tablet. Telephone Ktchanj; Iluineis Di
rectory. Iltudiiep Card &c, ree fourth page.
Notlco to Advertisers.
Copy for tINplay advertisement or chanue
In adverllemul mint !. handed lu to the
huinoniee not later than lu a. in. of the
day In which they are to be inserted. Copy
for pay local and special not lees inut lie
handed in lefore3 p. in. each day to insure in
sertion. II Al. il HHNKLI..
A. SallMbury, Drill iSt.
CA. UurHliall, Ienflt, auc-
ceosor lu Clutter &. IHuinIiuII.
T-jIIi cxliiit ted williout pain,
' UNC Ul ZXIfrOIIN UlllC f.UM.
Tlic Uent iiuallfy of Hard anI
olt coal or n;i!c at i:rl IJor-
Mcctii every Tuesday i.-vcnini' at their
C'jutle Hall, iu lJoekwood Klock. Via-
itinr Kniirhts nrc invitol to :ittelil.
J. V..ii:nninos, V. t).
W. I.. Dvkks, hi. of 11. and S.
All members of McConihiu post are
requested to be piesent the regular
stated meeting at their hall Oct. 7th.
promptly "t 7:H0 to transact important
business. Ly order of J. 11. Stuodk,
S Weaver, Adj't. Commander
First of the season! New erop layer
fii?3 and and raisins, at the 1. O. News
Johnston tjie fastest acer known,
was sold yesterday to Commodore Kit-
son, for $20,000.
.Mcbvs. Strode & Clark have recently
placed in their ollice two setts of very
valuable and expensive reports, being
thoje of Ohio and Massachusetts; this
gives them with their other works one
of the best law libraries in the citv.
Oranges and lemons at Phil Young's.
Judging from the way the Journal
walked in to attack Coroner Gass hist
niglit, about the only hope the demo-
crats have left is to elect the coroner
and they are adopting their usual way
to beat him but they never throw mud
Exla fine lemons and oranges, just
received from Chicago at
207t2 J. P. Young V
The Weeping Water Republican's
hearts endorsements and notices of the
republican candidates this week has
the true ring about it. There appears
to be no half heartednes in this matter
with our Weeping Water people, which
is a guarantee that the republican ticket
will bo elected entire.
Don't tail to try some
20712 Young's new crop layer figs
sins, finest in the market.
If there is a paper that can make more
blunders iu its make up than this, it is-
entitled to the floor. In the haste to
get to press Li3t evening, a blunder was
made in the game count article, which
is fully up to our usual standard of er
rors. The Omaha Herald ha9 always
been noted for such blunders in its ty
pographical work, but if it keeps in
sight of us it is a good one.
The following from the State Journ
al would indicate a big apple crop
in Otoe- county; aud when we come to
consider the fact that all the counties
south ot the Platte bordering on- the
Missouri river have done as well
an estimate can be made that would as
tonish our eastern neighbors:
Mr.Peimian came up today fro.n his
Nebraska City home to call upon our
citizeus who want apples for winter
nse. He estimates the Otoe county
crop at 20,000 bushels.
A railroader got so full the other day
he wouldn't have been able to recognize
his own mother. lie walked into Mrs.
Ryaus and deliberately laid down on
the bed ag though he was owner in fee
imple of the entire premises; he was
soon routed on y to get in to worse
trouble at Holschuciders, who had him
arrested as a disturber of the peace.
lie was hauled up befo4e Judge" Tot
tenger who fined him 1.00, and costs,
which after turning a few pockets
wrong side out was duly paid and R.
R. went his way.
This item, from an Iowa paper, may
be localized almost everywhere: "Pa
rents should keep their young daugh
ters in-rloors at night. Clandestine
meetings between young school jrirls
and youug men of doubtful reputation
are becoming too common and danger
ous. seo. City rsews.
The above is golden advice and will
apply in sober Plattsmouth. The
young man with long nosed shoe?,
acd spring bottomed pauts, and red
neck tie, is not the fellow to trust out
with young school girls after the
shades of evening have fallen.
We are pleased to see our young
friend Jimmy Donnelly behind the
counter in the C..i county bank. Jim
my is book keeper for that staid and
solid Institution and is an accomplish
ed, Yudusttious Tonne gentleman. Also
we see Mr. Ed Cummins flourishing in
the First National. This shows what
boys csn do by keeping proper compa
ny and cultivating sober, industrious,
habits. Emtlo?inent can always be
found for the young man of good habits.
Boys, you want to start right; just
leave the billiard cue, and the ten
cent cigar, and the lou i company alone,
and you can't help but get oq io the
C'apt Wilea went to South Bead thi
moruing auor cattle, recently pur-
Fruuk FoHtcr, a former II. & M. man
at thi jR-int, ia skirmihine around
viewing old scenes and place.
Capt. II. K. I'aliner, whom the Jour
nal flan moved to Omaha, came in from
the went last night.
ni. J,. Wells returned to .South
Ih'iul and his farm this morning.
Charles Ogdcu, attorney at law, Oiua
ha, was in attendance at district court
Hev. Murray, oi L'uion, took this
morning's train for Wahoo.
A. Ii. Smith aud wife started west
ward this morning after a week's stop
C M. Holmes took No 1 for South
List of Letters.
remaining unclaimed in the P. O at
riattsmouth Neb. Oct. 26th, 1883.
Barbour J B
Cox Hiram 2
Ewell 11 W
Embree Wulter G
Patterson W B
Runner Mary E
Scott J W
Thomas II U
Thomas Jno C
Van Dorn Dora 2
Hepburn F II
Ilubbel! W T
Johnson Cute A
Jenkins B F 2
Persous calling for the above
J. W. Marshall, P,
The Came Count.
It. It. Livingston, L. D. Bennett, and
G. Ilichey have prepared the follow
Ing count for the 18S3 annu il hunt of
the PUttsmouth sportsmen club.
Jack Rabbit G
Fox squirrel 2
Grey " 4
Black " -P
Wilson Snipe 4
Clapper ' rail 8
20 Common rail 2
Pelican 30 4
Sand hill crane
Whooping crane 30 Virginia rail 4
Blue heron 10 Plover I
Canada goose 20 Peeps o
Brant 15 Pinnated grouse 4
Hutchings goose 10 Ruffed 0
Other geese Quail 4
Sicklebill curlew 10 Mallard duck 8
Hudson curlew 8 - Canva back d'ek 10
Esquimaux curlew 3.
Pintail duck 5 Green wing teal 5
Blue wing teal Other ducks 3
Coots 0 Hawk 10
Owl 5 Eagle 50
Oar readers will notice, by the dis
patches of today, that Matt Simmsr-
man the miuden murderer, has again
been tried and convicted of murder, at
maiden in Keraney County. After
three hours deliberation the jury re
turned a verdict of murder in the first
degree and his honor Judge Gaslin pro
mptly sentenced the prisoner to be
hanged by the neck until he is dead on
the 4 day of February next.
Pullmans for tho west.
On number one -this morning were
three new pullman sleepers designed
for U3e on the Denver and Rio Grande
R. E. They were nauaed the"Cimmar-
on "Sanaa" ana rrovo. me cars
are about two thirds the usual size of
pullman coaches and are finished in the
same style as the regulation coaches
with all the conveniences and comforts.
The constaotl by increasing through
travel over the D. & K. U. has caused
the company tobecure ten sleepers these
three being the first installent.
For three solid days the Herald
force has been trying to extract a rol
ler from the mold it was run in, so it
could be put to use. This noon Geo.
Staats strolled iuio the office and he
tackled it like Jumbo and brought it
out. If George can hit as hard as he
pulled on that mold he would make a
good man, to go in training under John
In the matter of the state vs. Joseph
Sharp, which was given to the jury last
night ; at 3 o'clock today no decision
had been reached. It is understood
9 jurymen are for acquittal while 3
stubornly insist on a conviction. The
case occupied the entire time of the
court yesterday and was ably prosecut
ed by district attorney Strode, Mr. Van
atta making a strong case for the de
The voters of rtiis county should sec
that John Clements, f Stove Creek, is
elected county commissioner. A care
ful, prudent, and above all conscien
tious man, he Trill ii il the responsible
position to which he aspires in a man
ner that will be alike profitable and a
credit to the count v. A eepmg ater
It is a pleasure for republicans of
Cass county to work for their ticket in
its entirety this year. It Is composed
of the best men for the respective po
sitions the county affords, and no true
republican can do otherwise than give
it his hearty endorsement. "VV. W. B,a
pubican. iii .
Prlie Timothy aeadftLSQ par ba at
mr. i.ditou. I have been very much
interested in the diffusion over the
employment of Allen lkesuti by the Co.
coinmifsioners or cans county an-J Bee
Mr. Critesa man who holds himself
out as a good lawyer an 1 who the ft-
sponsible citizen C. W. Sherman assert
is a number one attorney makes a bid
6f $147.60 as the price for which he will
attend to all business of Cass County
for one year; uow then as a business
man I would like thislegaK gentleman
to explain what that extra 50 cents is
for? is that a bit of extravagance in
these hard timees or does it cover some
extra case that will probably go io the
supreme court of U. S. if so I for one
am opposed to any such extravagaocc.
sufficient unto the day is the evil there
of Cass County has no case that can
probably get into that court ;ind if one
should get there we can probably get a
cheaper lawyer. Now then Mr.Editor I
am for economy in public affairs and
unless Mr. Crites can explain this mat
ter I shall certainly as a tax payer and
ropcrty owner protest against any such
jobs. I am Yours Truly
Plattsmouth, Nkb., Oct.,
Ed. Herald: Being iu attendance
cn district court and heaiiug a power
of HtutT about the Co. Commissioners
of Cass county paying Mr. Beesou $100
for services rendered the county iu
some lawsuit he has attended to. I have
heard a Kood deal of hall" umouir the
awyers about their fees aud what they
claim is a fair fee to charge a poor
granger for attending to a law suit for
him, and I lind they estimate their ser
vices to be pretty valuable, for in
stance I see by the court records that
Crite3 & Ramsey the (fellows who are
raising Cain about Mr. Beeson channn;
$100 for services he has rendered the
county,) In the case of J. F. Fitzgerald
vs John Fitzgerald, the contractor.
When these men recovered a judgment
at the present term of the district court
for three hundred, dollars and no
sooner had they recovered that judg-
ment against John Fitzgerald, the con
tractor, than they filed their attorneys
lien for $200 for their fees. I cannot
see how such lawyers can honest I v
make a charge like this, and honestly
offer to do the whole business of Oas
county for $147 50 with law suits in he
district, and suprime courts.
An Amused Spectator.
The State vs. Curtis.
This morning the case of the State
vs. Curtis on the criminal docket, was
called up for trial and nearly the entire
forenoon was consumed in selecting
the jury District Attorney Strode for
the prosecution and Crites & Ramsey
for the defense.
This case has excited a good deal of
interest, on account of the good char
acter and standing the accused has al
ways possessed up to the charges uudcr
which he stands indicted. It will be
remembered that Mr. Curtis, who taught
school last winter three miles south of
this city, was along in the month of
March arrested on a warrant charging
him with stealing two fifty dollar bills
from his room-mate, Mr. Hull, at his
boarding place. The case was up be
fore County Judge Jobn3on, last spring
for preliminary hearing, at which time
Curtis was bound over to appear before
the grand jury, which afterward indicted
him. Curtis had no difficulty ia secur.
ing bail, and he has appeared promptly
for trial. This forenoon the prosecu
tion outlined its course stating what
the State expected to prove; that Cur
tis, knowing Hull had the money, ab
stracted it from Hull's trunk,
going to Omaha, spending a por
tion of it and getting the
bills changed. That sheriff Hyers be
ing put on his track, found him at Lou
isville, where he was searched and
something over a hundred dollars was
found on his person; that Curtis came
to Plattsmouth with the sheriff and go
ing to Hull restored to him ninety dol
lars, promising jeturn tho o tfcer ten
and asking Hull to say that he had
found his missing money, and not to
Tho defense in stating the case to
the jury, said that they would prove,
that Curtis had at the timo of his ar
rest more of his own individual money
earned through teaching school, than
was found on him ; that he did not take
Hull's money, but when charged With
the crime, surrendered what money he
had ratbet than be subjected to a trial;
that Curtis felt the disgrace of the
crime charged to him so much that be
was willing to pay the money lost
rather than go through a trial. This
afternoon the evidence is being heard,
and the case will be carried through
and given to the jury this evening.
J. J. McVey is now located in his new
room next to Rock wood block where
parties can always rind the celebrated
anheuser beer on draught and a com
plete liuev of champagne, wines aud
Kentuckey whiskeys. 1 propose to
keep a first class place for my custom -ers
keeping only the best goods in every
line and all are invited, tansient cus
torn will find with us always the best
brands of goods in the market. Jos. J.
If you want to smoke the best 5ct
cigars go and buy "Phil Young's "at
traction" and "sunshine the two
leading cigars in the market, and don't
you for get it 206 1 2
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door north of
Stadlemans on sixths St. opposite Xev
ills Block. The Troy City . Laundry
will hereafter be loca'ted here and old
customers and new ones will find us
ready ia give satisfaction in all kinds
of Laundry work. W. B. Brown Prop.
Fresh oysters and celery just received
at Bennett & Lewis. 183 tf
J. J. II. Gregory, the well known
nee.i-.mau or Marblehead, Mass.. a prac
tical man of wide experience ha this
to say on sugar culture and sugar lax
Two hundred thousand pounds of
sugar ana twenty-five thousaud gallous
ot superior molasses wore made m New
Jersey the past season from sugar cane
grown on the spot; and near Cham
paign, 111., one hundred and fifty thous
and pounds ot ugar and twenty-two
thousand gallous of syrup. The latter
was made from sugar cane grown close
at hand on twojhundred and fifty acres
of land. In the Illinois expeiimeut the
clear profits averaged $50 to the acre.
Any one familiar with the agriculture
or the west knows that there is no
grain crop raised that will pay piofits
near mat sum.
The west is full of enthusiasm and
filled with hopeful anticipations of
what they can do towards supplying
me country with home grown 8u;ar
and molasses, and thus save for home
use tho two hundred millions of dol
lars annually sent iuto foreign coun
tries for their purchase. In tins state
of affairs numerous jietitions are circu
lated in the community asking Congress
materially to reduce the duty on sugar.
Can a moement be conceived of as
more inopportune than this 't Were the
production to be limited, as in the past
years, to the little belt ot country at
the tan end of Iouisania, every wise
man would rise and sigu, but manufac
turing industries are being so rapidly
developed in the south that she cannot,
as iu former years, ask us to protect her
sugar industry as a return to the pro
tection to our woolen and cot ten mills.
in which she had no interest. As the
case now stands, here is the industry ot
vast importance t. the welfare of the
country that heretofore has beeu local.
but now proposes to be national; an in
dustry beyond the tentative stage, real
ly in the bud, redy to burst forth and
cover the prairies of the great wet aud
valleys of New England with a rich
fruition. Like every younc industry.
t needs the fostering of government in
its young years. Organization mac hi
uery and education are the best proces
ses of manufacture, each and all ab
sorb many dollars of expenditure be
fore there can be one dollar of product.
Let us deal tenderly with it in its
'1 he sugar beet industry is abo worthy
of encouragement. True, there have
been several failures to make the en
terprise pay, but the early history of
this same enterprise in both France and
(Jermauy was but one of those failures.
Whether tables have established the
fact that sonic of our enterprises violat
ed certain fixed climatic conditions,
aud therefor in a long run must have
failed ; they were located where the
rainfall was not opportune for the suc
cessful raising of the crop. Let Con
gress hut grasp thi.s sugar question
with but a tithe of the broad states ¬
manship exhibited by Napoleon I. in
dealing with the sugar beet question in
the interest of France, and the speedy
success of this young effort among the
tarmers ot the country at large to
grow our own supply, and so retain
within our own borders the two hun
dred million sent out to enrich the
foreigner, would be assued beyond a
shadow of a doubt. Rural Neb.
A Noble Boy.
Two boys, aged about sixteen years.
named Ephriam Lewis and Budd Cow-
ger, living seven miles southeast of
Ulysses, in Seward county, went out
hunting Sunday morning. Cowger had
an instrument with one rifle barrel and
one shotgun barrel. While Lewis was
walking a few yards ahead of Cowger,
a nock ot chickens new up in front of
the former, when Cowger fired the rifle
barrel off, the ball entering Lewis' body
under the left arm passing through
the lungs and lodged iu the right shoul
der. Lewis lived about one hour and
before he died said: "Don't ban? Budd
becuase it was not his fault. Lincoln
Fresh oysters just received and for sale
at Fred Stadelman's. 167tf.
FOR SALE. Lot 1 and 3 lu
Dlr tk. 41, Improved.
i)7 It. II. WINDHAM.
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney are selling
the following goods at cost: Corsets,
bustles, ruchiugs, embroidery, silk
handkerchiefs, collars, buttons, laces,
back combs, beads, toilet soaps,, per
fumes, Germantown yarn, zephyrs, rick
rack and serpentine braids, silk thread,
kid gloves, lace mits, silk floss, thimbles
and all other fancy goods kept by us
and will sell at cost until sold out.
Hoods, Hosiery, Collars, Gloves, Mit
tens, Ruches &c &c at cost and below
at the closing out sale of the goods of
the late Mrs, A. P. Stout. 1974t
You will find the largest display of
birthday cards, scrap book pictures,
placques and decorating pictures of all
kinds at the P, O. news depot. 297tt
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
yotfto read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this issue. 47tf
The Cottage House.
I have recently refitted and refurnish
ed the Cottage House and am ready for
transient custom and boarders. Meals
23 cents board by the week .$4,00.
S. Weaver Proprietor. 2a-,tf
5000 dry fence posts for sale, inquire
of W. S. Wise. I9tf.
"V r V rVinnni. Iruns vn l...n,l . t. .! !
-j vjvi'.' x j Hauj cel
ebrated Anheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay par
ticular attention to his customers.
When your blood is impoverished,
or corrupted, the icmedy is at hand.
Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Lovers of healthful exercise remem
ber Joe Ford' skating rink in the base
ment of Fitzgerald's block. SOOtf
Monarch Billiard Hall serves up the
finest brands of fresh oysters. Call
and try them. 200tnovl
Dn't forget to try "Phil Young's at
traction" and sunshine" 5ct cigars and
you will smoke no others. 20ftt2
Bargains is still the cry, and the
RUSH continues at the P. O. news de-
Election Proclamation. -
Notice I hereby riven that on Tui day, thn
ftUthdayof November in it lu
precinct in Cunt county. Nebraska, tbrrs will
. iivu .irm mi b.'U wulimiT VI i V I Ml K
(iiv itfiiviviuK uiiicrtra iu it ;
j i ... i ... i. ....... - ...
One Jud ot tilt dutikt court for the irud
1. 1. II. .1.1 ,li.lri..l
Two regent ot the university of Ncbra-V,
for full term.
Onereteent of tho unlveinlty of Nebraska. Io
nil uueiplre.l leriu of laao l ower. reilKned
On retout of tho uiilvernitv of Nehriuika
to Withe unexpired term of I,. It. lineld.re-
one County Clerk.
One Couuty Tr.auier.
in Count r.'ukije.
Hue Clerk of DIM rid Court.
One .Super) titeadcot of I'ublic Iuslructlou.
A In. 4. ..,.. u ............
One Couutv Coiuiuitiouer for Thud Ills-
one Aeisr, (iu each precinct.)
Two Jutice of the I'eacc 111 eace piecluci.
Two Coiiitable-i In each precinct.
Ttue Judge of Election lu each precinct.
Two Clerk of Election III each piccliyt.
One Overseer of 1'ubllc lllvhwava In ech
Which election xha.lt be onened at eVbt
o, clock iu the iiioriiiiiK, and will continue open
until nix o'clock lu the afternoon ol the ruuie
Ualeil tins mtli day of Od otter. A. I. Ihh.1.
J, W. Jkmmmum
fa' Coutitr. Kehraika.
MONEY TO IX) t.N
ON UK A 1. KSTaTK.
Any patty deoiiliu; to, loan money ou Farm
nroperty can b accommodated at a low rule.
from three to ten yearn' time, aud the luterent
out payable until It ha accrued. Inquire of
i. 14. lUtAl'KK.
Lvt.lver.w-tf rhttuuiouih N'eh.
Parties knowing themselves indebted
to the firm of Streight & Co., will
please call aud settle, as we must have
money to run our business. Hoping
you will govern yourselves accordingly.
we are KespectfulJy Yours,
196xw59tf Stkkioiit &. Co.
The choicest, newost. freshi"! me
ters, served in the verv best stvle at
the Monarch Billiard Hall, on Main
For Sale or Rent for i884.
H()(l Afros nt llllutlim Ism. la nil lin.li.r
- - - " ' . J ..a..... .... . . 1 V .
fence mile south of Weeping Watei.
T lir mar
J no. vv.ulakk weeping vtater. Jxco.
Anheuser beer at McVeys
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
at Warrick. 3t
Full stock of Minnesota Hour &1.20
er 100; Lincoln sea foam, $4.00; Lin
coln patent, $l.; Schluntz's patent,
$3.50; White Lily, $3.00; Rye Hour,
2.00;bran, .70 c; chop feed, .?!.; shorts,
1. by P. J. Hansen. 205tf
I am not to the front neither am i
behind, and if jo i would like to see
A full fitnel." nf riir-L-frv it r-wjr!.u nr
canned goods, call in at'my store and
... : 1 1 it r .
$7,000 to loan on improved farms.
Apply to R. B. Windham. Itt7 6t wtf
Received this morning a new assort
ment of hanging lamps, bracket lamps,
chandelier lamps aud parlor lamps. I
also keep on hand all lamp fixtures of
every kind and description.
205tf J. P. IJansem.
Ladies only this week left to secure
bargains in millinery and fancy goods
the closing out sale of the goods of
the late Mrs. A. P. Stout. Call and
laeave on your orders before Saturda
Bargains in ostrich plumes, birds,
tips and feathers at Johnson & Sween
ey's. 2021 m
Our customers and the general public
will take notice that we are setting up
tBe best brands of fresh oysters, at our
stand on Main street. Call and see for
Monarch Billiard Hall.
Remember that Phil Young sells
cigars and they are as good as any if
not better than sold in the city. I79tf
100 styles of Birthday cards at War
ricks. 1931 f
Don't fail to smoke Phil Young's
Gipsy Queen, Texas Siftings and the
Wanderer, 5c cigars.' 197tf
Ladies should remember, that if they
want anything in the fancy goods line
now is the time to buy them at J. P.
CITY SHOEING SHOP
1 ara golfcg to do all kind-; ci shoeing, and
do Carriaee and Wogon work. Repnalrig aad
ow work done to order :. now is your time to
patrouize me. Sltop on Washington Avenue
j-c.o.,.1 atlnfactlon Guhranteed.
Go to McKeever & Herrmann's for a
good dih of oyster at reasonable
LAFE (NEIL, Prop'r.
eel Mutton Port Yeal Cticteu. &c
Constantly on band.
Also, all kinds of 4ASIE in season, aud ev
erything kept in a
FIUST-C'L ASSUME AT SHOP
lewett possible rates.
S21F rTJUTTSMOITTH. NKB!
, tmr l-arpre GARDES Unit
I iMrrilinif Colt't Kelmllt btrt
L MjU1 FrM la All. IV.
I nfr f tir I mf .t l'.r.li... I-
, J ,T IVtEIJ POTATOES, (om.(lii
.1 ' uipL. ami (lie H"t ColUrtio .f VeselJiltlc.
m. ma -mgm
f m m mw K
A Ureal Plwiorerj.
That Is daily bringing Joy to the
home of thousands by saving luanyvf
their dear oiicn from an early grave.
Truly is Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs, Colds, Anthma,
Hronchhiti, Hay Fever, Loss of Voire,
Tickling in tho Throat, Pain ill. Side
ami Chest, or any dlseas of tho Throat
and Lungs, a potdtlvv cure. Guarante
ed. Trial Buttles freo at .1. M.Rolcrt.
Drugstore. Largo size $1.00.
For Sale ut a Bargain.
The furniture and fixtures, and all.
or a part of the htck of the Milli
nery store, of tho late Mrs. A. P. Stout.
Call nt the storo. lDMHwl
Henry Uocck is selling furniture at
prices below any Iioiiho of the name
stylo in Nebraska. If you doubt this
fact call onhim and know thu truth, tf
NOTICi: OF K KG I M RATION.
Notice is hereliv iriven th:it I will all.
--- - j r - -
for the registration ofth vottrs In tho
Flrt wurd of tho city of plattmuoulh
ut the ollice nf Vie.L Gordcr In Maid
ward on the J.',th day of October from
1 1 o clock a. m. to 7 o clock p. in. and at
the Niiiiie hours ol' each ilnv following
until noon of November 5lh IHS'J. At
which place and during which timo all
voters will call and s-( that Ihev are
prooerlv LReLTtstered in the Rcilstra-
tiou book of said ward.
II. M. BON'S.
I 1 nnlul rn f
tct .. .... i ,.r ii. k.i.j'?
IB. n.iiu I 111 I idllxlIlUllUI, iIW
Notice of Registration-
Notice is hereby iriven that I will set
for reirint rnt inti nf ll,u v.ilra in llio
Second wanl of the i ity of JMattHinouth
ut lue blackwinith fcj.nj), on Wnsiiiiiff-
ler and Son. In suid ward, on the 25th
j w vi bvtv.1 ii win i iuiu ir
a. m. to seyen o clock p. iu
ltll(V rj WI V..ll KAtJ
uutil noon of November 5th
I lir outtui liiiira if iwl.
which place, and during
all voters will call and se -properly
registered in i,
book ofnaid wart'. JOHN
Second w:rd, Plaltsinotith Neb.
Notice of Registratlou
Notice is hereby givcri that I will et
for the regintratiou of the voters In the
third ward of tin; city of Plattsmouth,
at P. Riifl'ntl'H cilice iu
Ward ii the 5th day of Oc
tober from 11 o'clock a.m. to 7
o'clock p. m., uud ut the .same hours of
each day following until noon of No
vember 5th, 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. DA VI If MILLER,
Third Ward , PlulUmouth, Neb. 20217
Notice of Regis! ration.
Notice is hereby given that I will fiit
for registration of the voters iu the
fourth ward of the city of Platsiuouth
at Crites & Ramsey's office, in said ward
on 25th day of October from 11 o'clock
a. m. to 7 o'clock p. in. and at the same
hours of each day following until noon
of November 5th 13. At which
place and during which time all voters
will call and see that they are properly
Registered in the itj.'itr!ition bojk ot
WM. W I N T KRST LIN.
4th warn City of Plattsmouth. 202d7t
CALL AT THE
Wholesale and lletail Dealer In
Kouitl. .Micfci. in mirof Opera HouhO.
ARCHITECTURAL 'WORK A
Pi mth an I Spwciflcatlons will be carefully
jarried.out, and full attention will b given a
to safety and durability.
LESSONS ON PAINTING
. Writer Colors, Crayon and Pencil.
fl over Rr.tr.mnr. x, v.,t m'i tre. Miin g
B LJ1 CKSM1 TH
no::s snoniso & wagon KEPAmix
ill of Farm lmrlements Mciid will
Neatness and Dispatcb. ,
Horse, Multf& Ox Shoeing
n short, well shoe anything that ha
fotir feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
o Filth St. between Maioaul Vin Street
ustacrosi ve corner from tb- vrw HKKAA
J ust Received
A I IX E LINE OF,
MEERSCHAD AND BRIAR PIPES
OF IIHKCT 1MPOKTATIOX.I I
A Challenge 5c Cigar
8 llivmade for tb retail tiade oolf. -1
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