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A.Iyerilsemriiti under till head, three cent
-f r 1 1 -.t-ii iiiHiTiioii.
II N K Y TO l.U N Ouro;. estate by A.N
XT MC S A I.K. To nw la. it niiuliln fur ale
:t !. lii.ui lialf iirii't ly It. K. Mont i-all
I 111- -rk. WTA'i
rmtAl.i:- Mount. lotianl wood land ly
John r.oiit & .Hon.
FOKSU.K -Tltn Wood rojierty near. Slier
III II r. J. W. MAimiiAi.i.,
,'K S. i. F. - Cctlilr-tirn property, one of the
ol ih. Im-iI locution In IIih city, or 111
Ir.i.l lursiiM k. Iuu'r o! J. W, Marltili. lMitl
SAI.K -House ;tn41ol. price $100
;ili. Inl.nu-e In nionllily ay infill.
K. IS. WlMillAM,
ti ill SAI.K S-v-r:il r"ilili"nc's, u!iea. Iii
liiiifol i. II. Wln nl. r A. i u.
1,'oli SAI.K Scratch Tabli-H in
ull rt.rH, at
1,'OK SAI.K :i lot lii !.;. I location
larx at tint :'
Vlll .SAI.K -An .:.l r for a new American
M-liiK Mac hint;. Iniiiri at ttiUoMce.
IOK SI.K l.ow cor.W of woo. I. Inquire of
tt.fi. WIhi:. tf
I ,!: S VI. K -I ll papert for s:il at I liM office
at l Ms r liuii.lreil or .' cent" mt doz
(.'Hi SAI.K-Kour lot tori tier in kwhI loca
tion In thi city. Iiiiili' at tliix olllce tf
iJOISKTO KKNT. with 4 rooms, well and
ItttTii ami In U'ii !'. it ion iiniiir of.
4 haplaiii V rltflil. llf
I !!-u it li 7 loom and 4 lot
ilt't iraiiii rcMiit.-nce ill on strol &
l.'ul: KKN I
liionoitli siurr riiimi in Nev
ille' lim-k, and I rooint up rlairn. (iiioil
lili- lim-k, ami I room in
In.- il inn lor restaurant or hoarding lioiisn. rent
cln-ap. Apply lo Win. Neville. IhJlt
'I'M KKNT- A house, corner Till and Ijoeut
klr.icN I li.ilill.. f 'I tlj..i !i1IimL.'
-)IC KSNT-Oiic office, room and dwelling
i-onm-ftc d. (3 room1 up stain ever llolt
lim ulrr liakery. Kiiiiiieal Mi. Iloltsclinci
FIC KKNT - llou-e, convenient to liop.
II. K. i. Io kv & Sox,
1,'ni: KKNT -South store room of the Union
1 lilock. I '.ihjii I re of ;. II. Itlai-k, IS. Spur
liH'k. Alva Irrw. liiisiiicss ciiiimittec. 12MI
FiU KKNT- l'wclliiiK Houses, Inquire of
ll.;.llf W. if. SlIAKKK.
J sT A past book containing paj ert valu-
r.l .! .i. I V Iti .iu III r flluliT rl M av It'.vi-) ut t li it
1 I N I A Colli toothpick. Owner proving
1 properly and paying lor thi notice ruu
IviVe llie Maine, IS3tf
J-HINI) -A ladii'H iMirkctbook containing
some change. The owuer can have the
tatin by calling on 47. l.reckculield, proving
properly and paying for this notlee. I5lf
WANTKO. A Kirl todo '
at Mn. .1. C. Morrifey's.
To . Friends:
1 have reorganized my classes
of Instruction upon the J'iau.v and should be
pl.-atcd to have such a may le-sire inttruct ion
to addrett or call upon me. My terms are rea
sonable and my instruction after the most im
proved method, rupils, beginning wrong, can
never -pect to become ma-tors. I invite a
trial and examination.
THE TWELFTH YEAR
UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA
TUEiiDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
uiili au amide corps ot instructor.
).i 1..11 to flic Chancelloi catalogues
can be l.taiiicil I.y those tlcfiiiiii; information,
an. I cci tiucales for ti ill far.' on the railroads
by tllo-.e t-pectiiiu !. attend.
First Tei in begins Tuesday. Sept. II 1SS3.
Second" " Thursday, Jan. 3. lssl.
Third " ' Tuesday, April 1. IskI.
Annual t'oiiiiiien-'eineut Wednesday, June 11
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
w 11 open October 2. 13. and continue C inn's.
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK
and all kind of
do:io to on'cr on Unrt notice, by
BOYD & LARSE2T.
Leave orders at the Lumber ards or at
Tost 0:tice. 1S3UJ6
1 his beautiful thro? ;Ury brick i-t nature, on
io-Aer Maid street, lias just been finished and
fitted :p lor the accomiuodation of
Tl: A NSIEUT C VST Oil EES,
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
A Gocd Bar incwt,nerith the
if. FHED GOOS. rropr.
BOOTS 'AND SHOES .
IS E PAIRING
" ' "'ore the people that the
"Ml coal at Douom
rt-ISl.I-illt l JJAILV AND WKKKLT
KV- - .
The PlattsiMtti Herald PnMisliins Co.
I FI'I.L. I'.I'i:iC OK Tllfc CITY'
for City and County directory. Kail wy Time
Tables. Telephone Kk-Iuiik ItiiHiuent Di
rectory, Hu-lncst Cards .c., ee fourth paK.
Notlco to Advortlsors.
Copy for display advertisements or changes
III iulvertiteuieut mutt l handed In to the
liutliiess ofllce not later than 10 a. m . of the
day Iu which they are to he inserted. Copy
lor pay local- and MiH-clal notices iniiot i.e
handed iu before :i p. in each day to Insure in
sertion. II M . HfsilNKI.I..
A. .Salisbury, lenllMt.
C .1. tlariliall, lvniit, miic-
ccHsor iu I'lulfcr , .llarNiiall.
!'' tli extractctl without pain,
by uhv ol'.MtroiiN Oxide Huh.
Tlie best iiitallfy of liariland
Nof't coal tor mile at i:rrl (ior
Metts I'very TiK-ailay evenini' nt tlitir
('atlo Hall, in Kockwood liUu k. Yin
itiii"; KnilitH arc invituil to utteii'I.
.1. W..IKSMXOS, V. C
V. 1. Dvkes, K. of 11. ami S.
All members of M'cUoniliie iot arc
rcijucsted to be present at tlio regular
Htateil meeting at tlieir hull Oct. 27th.
promptly at 7:30 to transact important
busings. JJy onler of .1. JJ. Stkouk,
S 't aver, Adj't. ('oinmamler.
District court ii'ljourn wl thin
The juries iu the Sharp and the Cur
tis uialtcrs failiii"; to agree, were dis
charged thij moruiug.
Tom. Chapman, son of the editor of
the IIkkai.u, has been dangerously ill
for a few days, with malarial fever.
Thk IIki:ai.i is under obligation to
Mr. Dichl, of the Telephone Exchange,
for valuable assistance t liis afternoon.
Mr. Diehl, is not only an electrician
but a first-clas3 printer as well.
Republicans, how do you like to sup
port Mr. Cushing on the ground of his
being an ambitious, zealous democrat;
that is his strongest claim on the peo
ple for that office according to the
The IIkrald is sorry to learn of the
dangerous illness of Mrs. A. B. Taylor,
with neuralgia of the stomach, that
most painful of all maladies. The re
port this morning was that she was
Sumner Hall goes to Weeping Water,
today, he will look after his fences
during the balance of the eamnaisu
haviny; M'ciiri'd Mr. J. 11. Phiiburt to
take charge of his school during his
O.MAII ItEPL'llLlCAN. Ktvp it be
ffn the auli-uiiioplil3 that in vt t
ing tor Savage they vote for a man
who has ihv r vottd, spoken, acted or
thought in their favor and who never
will do go.
The Sharp jury the other day, being
a representative body of intelligent
men, after vainly trying to agree upon
a verdict, took a vote on the Sheriff,
winch resulted in 1 votes for T'ikeubary
and : for Patterson.
Democrats who claim to vole always
for the men in county politics, have
now a glorious opportunity to practice
wiiat they preach and at the same time
return a compliment to a class of re
publicans who have at times helped
IJepuoiicaiis who have heeu in tho
habit of truiupi jg tip souk- i xre for
scratching ilu-ir ticket, are corUinly at
sea this year, as there is not a man on
the ticket from top to bottom bi-t what
is well qualified to till the position for
which he is a candidate b la as to abil -it'
Thede Eaton Stopped over night
with his family and left for Arkansas
this morning, to purchase piling for
John Fitzgerald. Thede recently made
a tour of that couutry. and says it is
rich in na'ural resources but that so
ciety isn't what it might be. He says
it would be a Srst-class lacc to send
weak kneed republicans to make radi
cals of tliem, and that no one need ever
again doubt his republic anism since h-
has had occasion to study the demo
cratic character ia i:-" ancient virginity
of all its "catch vote" proclivities.
It s-e-nni that Bret Hartc knew pret
ty v.i ll what he was talking about when
he remarked that "for ways that are
t'ark und tricks that are vain, the hea
then Chiaee is peculiar.' The moon
eyed mougol has been victimizing the
United States government by a number
of clever games recently, aa l until a
few days ago, the expression of unso
phisticated innocence which he assumes
when ho rjlls up his bias cut optics
and devotes himself to looking pecul
iarly iJiotic, has made him proof
against suspicion. The Chinese gov
ernment haj b.;en checkmating Uncle
Sain on the restriction act by issuing
trader's certificates in unlimited num
bers. One ship recently brought over
seventy-seven traders and a lot of
eight year old "students'" who could
not remember the name of the college
which they proposed to altem". Anoth
er scheme in which they. have ieceutly
been detected is defrauding the postal
service ''y sending over unstamped let
tcrs in bunches of a couple of thousand
by self appoiutad mail agenti. The
heathen Chinee is not slow. Topics in
y K. White went up to Omaha this
iM ..!ir tf .
oiieriii iiyer was a westiound pas senger
on No. 1 .
W. IS. Porter, jr., was an Omaha pas
senger this morning
Mrs. Marsland is in the city today
calling rij her many friends.
f'eo. Mayfield of Louisville, is in town
feeling the political pulse.
Uncle Jacob Schneider and son of
Cedar CriM-k. are in the city.
C II. Dill, Ks., came down from the
Uend today to look after matters in the
Deputy Sheriff Veomans. returned to
h'ns Weeping Water abode this morn
ing. (ieo. Laverty, who has been acting as
bailiff during court, returned home to
i.ouisvillc this morning. I
John Becker, of Eight Mile tirovc,
and J. J. Schneider, of Cedar Creek
made us a pleasant call today.
(fen. (Jeo. S. Smith went to Omaha
this morning to look after some legal
matters in the U. S. court.
Mrs. Gertie Laverty and little folks
are down today from Louisville visit
ing friend i
J. 1. Strode, brother of our district
attorney, arrived in the city this morn
ing from Illinois.
J. O'Keefe came in thi i morning
from his railroad work near DeWitt,
looking hale ami hearty.
W. D. Muriam the great tax suit
man, left this morning for bis home iu
Tom Murphy, after a few days vaca
tion, returned to look after his grading
work on the streets of Omaha.
Myron Wheeler returned to his re
porotial work iu Judge Post's district
this morning. Court will convene up
there on Tuesday.
Judge Pound and his efficient report
er, O. a.Mullon went to Lincoln this
morning, after a very busy two weeks
term of court.
The Hon. C. II. VanWyck passed
through this morning on his way home
from Omaha. The doughty warrior
was looking well, and expressed him
self well pleased with the republican
outlook in tfie state.
Frank Wheeler came down from Lin
coln last evening as we supposed to
spend Sunday, but he took the morning
train for the capital city j-tst tha sama
as if school was in session.
The shops are very bu-y just now.
running almost as many men as they
did at this time last yeir. Some of
the new work being done is the build
ing of a pile driver, six uew way cars"
and two new comliinatio;i c us. ;
Several locomotives hio being over
hauled in such a nia-.ner that it
amounts to about the - me thing as
building new ones.
The freight department has more '
men engage! than ever before, and is i
doing a big business in r- building and
repairing old ci-rs.
Xo. 56, the old A. & N. passenger en
gine that used to make siifh lively time
between Lincoln and A chison. before
the B. & M. got cou'rol of tint line,
is in the shops and wi ! be furnished
with a new Are box, ami other neces saries
before she lakej t'c road again;
Engiueer Kent, who ! s been pulling
freight with her will tske it easy until
his old favorite is reatU ;'.?r business.
Pete Tay lot's men traveled 1145 miles
(luting the mouth of October.
D. E. Thompson, the superintendent
of this division of the B. & M., is
down East on a vacation.
Mr. Ira Johnson, the genial passen
ger conductor retui tied from his east
ern trip sooner than he expected when
he went away, and as Supt. Thompson's
assistant could only make changes
among tle freight coud jctors, Mr. John
son had to lay idle until Thompson's ie
turn or run freight, he chose the latter
and is running' freight on the main l.'ne
between here and Lincoln.
The evening passenger train for the
west that used to run so light, is get
ting to be quite a train, with a loaded
Pullman and three crowded coaches ev
The recently vacated clerkships in
the store depart meut here, we learn
have all been filled, though generally
with inexperienced men; time and
practice though, we guarantee, will
make the boys as p:.,fi -;ent as their
Peterson Bros. Pia!ia:nouths most
energetic business nu n, s learn have
decided on putting up an elegant meat
market in this city the coming season,
to cost five or six thousand dollars; D.
M. Joue3 lnviug recently been in Ne
braska City to look over a market there
to complete th p'a -.3. They havejust
completed u bi i'-k suiol e'.iouse with a
capacity for sucking 2C0 hams. We
are glad to sec th -.e enterprising men
men improving to -ir property in such a
maimer, and trust their wisdom in
making cxpenditu. :-? in this direction
may be well foundc 1
John W. Jennings has made Cass
county a model clerk. There is no rea
son why he should not be ro elecled,
and in all hum An probability he will be
If you desire to help elect one who is
eminently qualified for tip? position
and is deserving of your fupport don't
"aerate-IV J. W. Jennings. V. W. Republican.
Telephone Oft! ecu.
We give below n complete lint to date,
of all the points reached by the Nelra3
ka Telephone Company.
The list is carefully compiled and
should be preserved for reference.
Klkborn Ciu .
I o w a.
J. II. Ilasaett the school teacher re
turned to his duties here yesterday
bringing his newly wedded bride along
with him. They were married in Pap
pillion Wednesday, the bride being a
Miss Abbie llolloway of that city
Couuty Treasurer Newll will in all
probability be re-elected by suoh an
overwhelming lUMjjriiy th it his opo -uent
will scarcely kno he was in tin
Geld. I he voters of Cuss county know
a good servant when they havu one, and
it Is not like them to tur.i i.ue out at
the close of his Grst term of eflic..
Weeping Water Republican.
Cyrus Alton, during his Uim as
county Superintendent, bus piovl
himself to be the right man 5n t!.' riht
place. Under his administration th.'i
educational interests of Cass county
have prospered as nrver before, and
those who vote to retire him will niaktt
a mistake and do an injustice to a trust
worthy aud efficient servant.--V. W.
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney are selling
the following goods at cost : Corsets,
bustles, ruchings, embroidery, silk
handkerchiefs, collars, buttons, laces,
back combs, beads, toilet soaps,, per
fumes, Germantown yarn, zephyrs, ric'.c
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. I974t
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
Importaut 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. 47tf
The Cottage House.
I have recently refitted and refurnish
ed the Cottage House and am ready for
transient custom and boarders. Meals
25 cents board by the week S4.00.
S. Weaver Proprietor. 205tf
M O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anheuscr JJurch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay pac-
ticular attention) to his customers.
When your blood is impoverished,
or corrupted, the lemedy is at hand.
Take Avers Sarsaparilla.
Lovers of healthful exercise remem
ber Joe Ford's 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
Don't forget to try "Phil Young's at
tract ion''' and sunshine" "ct cigars and
you will smoke no others. 203t2
Bargains is still the cry, and the
RUSH continues at the P. O. uewg do-
pot. " 20612
Don't fail to smoke Phil Young's
CJipsy Queen, Texas Sifting and the
anuerer, oc cigars, v iy ti
What a Wife Likes to 8eo.
A htuband who is not always "a lit
Who gets home at a irasouab'o time
of night, and in reasonable physical
Who alw.i lets her kuow before
hand when In brings a friend to din
ner. Who doesn't want to sleep till ikhiu
every Sunday morning.
Who tkes pleasure in buying his wife
a spring bonnet.
Who compliments her occasionally,
and calls Ikt pretty whether she is or
Who, when he comes homo at night,
will com" in like a man, and not like a
Who can lie in bed while his wife
walks with the buby without swearing
like a trooper.
Who is not always telling that times
are hard and business is poor.
Who will give her credit lor working
as hard as he doe, and sometimes
Who is willing to put up with a poor
dinner on Mondavs.
Who won't keep dinner waiting aud
then gio! because the roast i over -
Who doesn't labor under the impres
sion that cigar ashes on the carpet tends
to keep the moths out
V ho i willing to give his wife half ot
Who knows when it is lime t get up
and does not rely on his wife to arouse
Who is blind to the follies of women.
Who fakes his wife along occasional
ly when he ''runs dow n" lo the city "on
Who will give her a stated sum per
month for expemeH, instead of growl
ing about the "bills."
Wiio will empty the as!ies ajl carry
the coal when tie girl has been bounc
ed for impudence.
Who, when he builds au "addition"
to the house, will allow his wife to ar
rauge for "closet room."
Who admires his wife and has the
sense to tell her of it.
Who will not insist on having the
pillow with the most feathers.
Who does "not require coaxing to get
his wife a new dress or a piece of jew
elry. Who will be as polite to his wife as he
is to other women, and will lift his
hat to her w hen he meets her on the
Who can be generous to himself if
he is only just to her. Rochester Ex
press. MONEY TO LOIN
ON REAL ESTATE.
Any party desiring to loan money on Farm
property can be accommodated at a low rate,
from three to ten yearn' time, and the interest
not payable until It has accrued. Inquire of
li. S. DKAI'Elt,
l.wdar.w-tf riHttsinoutl' Veb.
Ladies should remember that if they
want anything in the fancy goods line
now is the time to buy them at J, P.
$7,000 to loan on improved farms, i
Apply to li. B. "Windham. 197 Ct wtf
Received this morning a new assort
ment of hanging lamps, bracket lamps,
chandelier lamps and parlor lamps. I
also keep on baud all lamp fixtures of
every kind and description.
JOotl J. P. Ihs.-EX.
Ladies only this week left to secure
bargains in millinery and lancy gooda
the closing out snle of the. go ds of
the lau- Mrs. A. 1 .Stout. Call and
laeave ui your orders before
Bargains in ostrich plumes, birds,
tips and feathers at Johu.-.ou & Sween ey's.
20: 1 m
(ar 'U::tmners and the general public
will take notice that we are setting up
the I . t hniii!sor fresh oysters, at our
staud on M u:i street. Call and see for
Monarch Iii.makij Hall.
Kemcmbcr that Phil Young .-oils
eigarp aud they are as good as ar.y if
not better than sold in the c:tv !79tf
AniCUjer beer at McVevs
Prescriptions carefully compounded,
at Warricks. 'it
Full stock of Minnesota flour $4.20
per 100; Lincoln sea foam. 4.00; Lin
coin patent. 7o; Schluatz's patent,
$3.50; White- Lily, f3 00; Rye flour,
$2.00;bian, .70 e; chop feed, 81. ; shorts,
l. by P. J. Hansen. 205tf
I am not to the front neither am i
behind, and if yo i would like to see
a full stock of crockery, groceries or
canned goo.is, call in at my store and
vou will find the same P. J. Hansen.
Parties knowicg themselves indebted
to the firm of Streight & Co., will
please call and settle, as we must have
money to run our business. Hoping
you will govern yourselves accordingly,
we are Respectfully Yours,
19Cxw59tf Streight & Co.
The choicest, newest, freshest oys
ters, served in the very best tyle at
the Monarch Billiard Hall, on Main
For Sale or Rent for 2 884.
300 Acres of pasture lands all under
fence t11'6 south of Weeping Water.
Jno. W. Clauk Weeping Water. Jeb.
Philip B Dixon Uef. J
riiilip B Dixou defeD lant. will t;tkc notice
that on mil day 0I October ihxf .May Dixon
plaintiff herein tV.-d her ix-tniou in thf distrii-r
court of Casscamity N-in.-ka atiuit Philip
u. uixon pi aying lor a divorce from tli bfnuli
of marriage, on the grounds of desert io-i aud
for the custody of Garfield Dixon cii ild ot plain -tiff
and defendant. Von are reiiiiril to an
swer said petition on -.r before tUt lay t
November IS:. . M inox.
October lirth. i3. By I:. B. Wicdhani.Aiy
At Jihe Uown-towu saloon,
CPPOSITE THK I'ERKlXflOl'SE,
Keeps a complete ine of
"W I 3XT 353 S,
AND CIGARS BOTTLTIO ItKER,
ALE AND PORTE li,
KRUG'S OMAHA BEER
and the heal brands of Kentucky i
Sl whlakloti- .Y
- Notion N tiereby jriven that on Tumdny, Hie
iwi uay rovenner n i in
prreuirt In Can county. Nelirawka. tliem will
lip nil election lielil for 111 iurjMw nf 'tiiliK
too luiiow mj omrein io-mii :
One. Juilice of tlie iireni court.
One juilKd of Hit lltrlet fuiirt for (lie i'rid
Jii.lK liil iliftrlet.
Two regeutu of the iiulverlty of Xclrak
fur full ti i in.
One regent of tin? uulverMty ot Nf dr.iika, to
dii uueiireu term of laac rueri, iculiiiied
One rebuilt of the Uniterm!)' ol Nelu aika.
to llllthe iiDejiiei term of I.. It. l itleiil.re
One ('(unity Clrrk.
( Ine ( 'ouul Tiasuii'i.
Out County Jukge,
One .Shel l 11.
hie Clerk of lMiii-t Couit.
Oii Super. nti Ji.Ient of i'uhlie I n t r u l u.
One County urvc)or.
One loiiuly CoiiiiuJuiloiier for Tlilrit Dis
one AcMeHHur, (iu e:wh preelneLl
Two.luxtieei-of I lie 1'eticc III eaoe t (-'l in-l .
'1 i Countable In eaeh reeliiet.
'I lure .ludeH of Election in eaeh preclnd.
'1 wo Clerk of Kl. . Uim in each precinct.
One Overseer ..f TuMic llixliwajn In ei.vh
V hieli electii.ii hall be opened at e'sht
o.clork In the cioruiiiu.anil will continue cti
until ft o'clock in the afternoon i the fame
HaS il Ihi- ..l!i of October. . !, I .:!.
.1, W . .1 KN SI Nil
, ';,- Coimtr. I'ebranka,
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
I am goint; to do all kiinln of shoeing, and
do Carriage and Wogon work. Itepnairig aud
ow work done, to order t now' is your tint
patronize me. Shop oii 'AVaHliington Ae1Tii
PtyCood S.'ltihflK ti.ill (luhraiiteed.
Go to McKeover fc Ilerriiiann's for a
good dish of oysters at reasonable
. TENDERLOIN .
LAFE a NEIL, PrcpW.
eef Mimon Pork Veal Chickens. &c
; Coiiftant ly oil baud.
Also. ail Liuds of iA3lK iu season, aud ev-
erythiug kept in a
Fiirsr-i i.A.ss;pn:AT ajioi
lowest possible ratts.
-.i(lv Ff.ATTriMOUTH. NEB"
and all scrofulous diseases, Sore, Erysipe
las, czema. Blotches, Ringworm, Tu
mors, Carbuncles, Bolls, and Eruption
of the Skin, are the direct result of an
Impure state of the blood.
To cure these diseases the blood must ba
purified, and restored to a healthy and na
tural condition. AVEE'S SABSAPABfLLA has
for over forty years been recognized by emi
nent medical authorities as the most pow
erful blood purifier In existence. It frees
the system from all foul humors, enriches
and strengthens the blood, removes all traces
of mercurial treatment, and proves itself a
complete master of all scrofulous diseases.
A Kecent Cure of Scrofulous Sores.
"Some months ago I "was troubled with
scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. The
limbs were badly swollen and inflamed, and
the sores discharged large quantities of
offensive matter. Every remedy I tried
failed, until I used Atee'j Sabsapabilla,
of which I have now taken three bottles,
with the result that the sores are healed,
and my general health greatly improved.
I feel very grateful for the good your
medicine has done me.
Yours respectfully, Mbs. Ajry O'Briax."
148 Sullivan St., isew York, J uuo 24, 182.
All persona Interested are Invited
to call on Mrs. O'ISrian; also upon the
But. Z. P. Wilda of 7 East 54tl Street.
New York. City, who will take pleasure
Jn testifying to the wonderful efficacy of
AVer's Sarsaparilla, not only in the cure
of this lady, but in his own case and
many others within his knowledge.
The well-known writer on the Boston Herald,
B. "W. Ball, of Eocliester, N.U., writes, June
" Having suffered severely for some years
with Eczema, and having failed to find relief
from other remedies. I have made use, during
the past three months, of Ayeb's Sabsapa
KILLA. which has effected a compute cure.
I consider it a magnificent remedy for all
stimulates and regulates the action of tho
digestive and assimilative organs, renews
and strengthens the vital forces, and speedily
cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tic Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, and
all diseases arising from an impoverished or
corrupted condition of the blood, and a weak
It is incomparably the cheapest blood medi
cine, on account of its concentrated strength,
and great power over disease.
Sold by all Druggists; price f 1, six bottles
Continuedrom tatt veek.
How Watch Cases are Made.
The many great improvements intro
duced in the manufacture of the Jas. Boss'
Gold Watch Case, have led to similar im
provements in the making of silver cases.
Under the old methods, each part of a
silver case was made of several pieces of
metal soldered together, requiring a great
amount of cutting and soldering, which
softened the metal and gave it the pliability
of lead rather than the elasticity of silver.
Under the improved methods, each part
of the Keystone Silver Watch Case ia made
of one solid piece of metal hammered into
shape. The advantages are readily appar
ent, for every one knows that hammering
hardens the metal while soldering softens it.
To test the superiority of the Keystone
Silver Watch Case, take one of 3 oz. weight,
pre it squarely in the center when closed,
and it -will not give, while a case of same
-weight of any other make will give enough
to break the crystal. The Keystone Silver
Watch Case is made only with silver cap
and gold joints.
MImI to Imlw WtlA Cmu Factor!, rH
iM,yfc.sirniii mi iuiumii;
.-fC-r ri S
That in daily bringing Joy to tlit
homi H of '.liounainU by uriying many of
their dear ones from an early grave..
Truly Is Dr. Kliig'n New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs, Coldi, Anthmtt,
llroncl.hitN. Hay Fever, Iam of Voice,
Tickling In tho Throat, I'aln In siJ,
and Chest, or any dlscas of tho Throat
and Lung, a poHIv cure. (Juaranto
cd. Trial lh.tth-3 free at .1. M.i:oberf3.
Drug Store. Large fclro $1.(M).
l or Mule nt n llui-galii.
The furniture and fixtures. nil nil
or a imrl of the ntock or tho Mllll
nery store, of the bite Aim. A. I. Ktnnf.
Call at the htore. 19lfltwl
Henry lt.c k is Helling furnitiiio at
prices Ix hiw any Ihiii-d of the name
htylo in Ntbr.wkH. If j doubt thin
fact call onhini und know the truth. If
.notic'i: of ici:.m it i ion.
Xotico H licn!v f-ivtii tli:it f will ail
for tin: registration of tlie voUrn in tlm
l'irnt ward of tli- rity of 1'InttHinoiitli
at tin; ollico of Fn-d.. !ortler in said
Ward on tin i!Mh dav ..fOH.)
II o'clock a. in. to 7 o'clock p. in. and ut
tin; sumo hours of each day followluo;
until n.m of ,ove inlx-r Mh Iks:j. i
whirli lac and during u hich ilmo nil
VotlTH will cull aii'l HCl: flint. tliv mi.
properly Hcoislcrcd in tin; l(cjriti-i.
tioii I'oi.k ol mum I ward.
H. M. liOXf, L"
Iht kv;ird t Uy of I'l.itl-ifnotitli. iOiITt
Notice of Reslstration-
.Noti u in herfcliy f'iven tlmt I will act
for registration of tin voters in th
Second ward of tho city of IMattHiuoulh
il tin UjUCKMIIttll MilOO, Oil Wll.lllllllf-
ton 'Av'-ime? lattny ccMniM lv Mil.
icr aiKithoh, in eunl ward, on
day of Uctolu r frDfn elevtv
in. to 8'Von o'clock ii.' ii
the samo hours ol each day
until noon of November 5t
which place, iind during
all votciH will call and e
properly recihtcrc! iu Hi
book ofaid ward. JOHN
con.iid"1tyluth Ntl. 20'JI7
Notice of KcgiMlrallou.
-Notice i3hrebv-pH n that I will net
for the registration of the voters iu the
third ward of the city of I'lattsmouth,
' 1 . K. Iitiffnei's cilice in
Ward on the -JUU dav of Oc
tober from 1 1 o'clock a. in. tu 7
o'clock p. iu., and at the same hours of
each day following tiutil, noon of Nf-
vcinber 5th, HK.i, at whilh olace. ond
luring which time ull voters will call
und Bee that they -are properly regis
tered in tho regis! ration book of Bald
ward. DAVID MILLKlt.
Tliird Ward , I'laltsinoiitli, Neb. 20217
Notice or Iteftjstrulion.
Notice is heitby fi ven tint I will wit
for . reirisl ration of tho voter in the
fourth ward of tfe rity.of 1'latsuiouth
at Critcs & Itamsey'a ollice, in said ward
on 25th dav of October from 11 o'clock
i. in. to 7 o'clock p. iu. and at the same
hours of each day following until noon
of November fith At which
place nnd duiing which time all voters
will call iiml see that they an; properly
Kigis'ere'l in the J? "''is! ration bo k of
fcaid ward. - '
a'm. win n:i:vri:iN.
i; -ihtiii .
call at Tin:
h. a. mmiki k son
Whuli 'ul- nj l.'i-l;ill.li-alT In
'ourili 6trei, ji. i ;u of Oj. n. House.
.LATT.SJIUI' TIT NKliHAPKA
ARCHITECTURAL WORK A
I'luu ill Spcilica'tlon4 will te carefully
:arri;4 out, and fall atte.ntiou will be j1ven a
to safety and dnrat i'ity.
LESSONS ON PAT1XJ
,' Water Colors, Crayon and Pencil,
n ci' i.vfr r- v:,j inr. Main tt
B LSI CKSM1 TU
flO...SES10!'.INO & WAGOX KCf'AIRINt
4II Kinds of Farm' implements Hzndeil will
Neatness and Dtapatcb.
Horse, 3Iulc& Ox Shoeing
n short, -we'll shoe anything that hz
four feet, froa, a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Corn11 r:d tt-P us.
a Kiitli fs tietwfen Main a" 1 Vino fsirei
xst mrons , H-toniH (r..n li." vvw HI'KAl'
ten: y .
. I !K t INE OF
MEERSCHAU AND BRIAR PIPES
A Challenge 5c Cigar
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