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OFFICIAL PAFKKOr TUB CITY
ClreaAtla2 Iibrary at Warrick's
Orax tra. Oltf
C. A. Marshall, Dentist, sue
citir to Clutter & Marshall.
Teetu extracted without pain,
bjr use ofMtrous Oxide Ciaa.
dTertleinenta under tnu bead, three cent
per Hue eub tnaertlou.
ONEY TO LOAN-Oa real estate by A.
FOlt SALE My residence and four lots ;
good bouse, barn aud fruit, aud tu excel
lent condition ; ulo two Improved lariua. also
a t.ry brick bu.iue UouHe 4uxmo feet, on Mala
street, and other desirable laud and lots.
It. 11. Whkkxkk.
rolt-'ALE Houses, lots and wood land by
John Buns & Bon.
FOKSALE Se.eral residences, cheap. In
quire of U. 11. Wheeler tt C.
tH)K SALE Scratch Cablets In all sizes, at
inKHALEalot In good loeatlon. Particu
lars at this office Wtf
ijiOK 3ALE An order for a new American
be win Machine. Inquire at this office.
FOKSALB l.WJ cords of wood. Inquire of
W.a. Wise. U
IJOtt SALE Id papers for sale at this office
at 40 cents ter hundred or 6 cents per doz
Ii'OBSALE Four lots together In eeod loca-
tlon In thl city. Inquire at this office tf
aiO RENT Two rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, lu the MacMurphy House, Inquire
en the premises.
FOB KENT or sale on long time. A house
and two lots with good improvements. Ap
ly to tt. B. Winduam.
FOB KEN J Good, new houses of four rooms.
K"od water, good garden spots, 4 per
month In Uhaferrule. W. II. Suifkk.
KEN rhe north storeroom In Nev
ille's black, and 8 rooms up stairs. Good
location for restaurant or boarding house, rents
cheap. Apply to Win. NeTille. l&itf
mo KENT A bouse. Inquire of Chaplain
LOST A Knight Templar chart In shape of a
la!tese ceo. Finder wl 1 be suitably re
warded by learing at thU office. I6tf
WANTED A girl to do general housework
and take care of children, not required
to do washing- or ironing. Apply at the resi
dence of K. B. Wind ham.
WANTED Two day boarder!. Apply at
Mr. Uustafson's, 3d street, two doors past
K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at thes
Castle Hall, ia Rocfcwood Block. V
itiug Knights are invited to attend.
II. M. Boss, C. C.
W. It- Dykes. K. of R. and ri.
- A uun un a. ucug more.
c Vevpr was such a rush made for any
jDrug Store as is now at Roberts Phar
macy for a trial Bottle of Dr. King
New Discovery for consumption,
Coughs and Colds. All persons affect
ed with Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse
ness, Severn Coughs, or any affection
of he Throat and Lung, cau got a Tri-
al 2-ttle or this great remeuy tree, oy
calling at a'ove Drug Store. Regular
size fl.OO. Dec. 27 e6yly
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
of suffering humanity, truly is Electric
Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Bil
iousness, Jaundice. Constipation. Weak
ViHntvA. nr anv disease of the urinary
organs, or whoever requires an appetiz-
v tonic or mild stimulant, will always
- find Electric Bitters the best and only
"Certain cure known. They act surely
Yhd quickly, every bottle guaranteed to
' n,i;tfiifinn nr mnnfT re-
funded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
M. BODerts jauuwi;.
f Knoa drv fence costs for sale. Inquire
of W. S. WW. "r.
The best bef in toe city always can
be found at Peterson Bros, market.
A liberal reward will ba paid to any
party who will produce cae of Liver,
Kidnev or Stomach complaint that Ele
ctric Bitters will not speedly cure.
Bring them along, it will cost you
nothing for the medicine if it fails to
cure, and you will be well rewarded
for your trorble besides. A'l blood
diseases, Biliousness Jaundice, Consti
pation, and general debility are voickly
cured. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. Price onlv fifty centa
per bottle. For sale by J. M. Roberts.
r Dec. 27 e6wly.
THAT HACKING COU; II can be
to quickly cared by ShMohs Cough.
We warrant it. '
W1LL YOU SUFFER, with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? u oh's V itali-
..... a1 tn tnrm TOU.
,nonr rja tnilT mnrlA miser-
blv by that terrible cough. Shlloh s
Cure is tne remeuy im
CATAKIUI CURED, health aud
swf-et breath secured by Shiloh s Cat
arrh Kernel y. Price 50 centt Nasal
Injector free. Forsale by Smith &
Black Bros. PeclSeowd&wly
A Startling Discovery.
Physicians are often startled by ro
markable discoveries. The fact that
Dr.Kinr's New Discovery for Cou
sumption and all Throat and Luig
disenUs daily curing patients that
thev have given up to die, is tHrtling
them to realize their sense of duty, and
examine into the merits of this wonder
ful discovery ; resulting in hundreds of
our best Physicians using it in their
practice. Tnal Bottles free at J. M.
RolMjrta' Drug Store. Regular siz
Coilootlon llotlo. .
Allpartiej k.oing tbemsIve !
be Indebted to me SH I ! call v d
make loll .etUam-Ut at once, so that
hereafter weeuo ndict atrletlr cash
bus ii. as. Please giTJ tnU your im.ue-
Miss Rosa Brautuer and Miss Mollie
Carroll, are visiting at Missouri Yalley
County Superintendent Alton and
wife are in the city and are stopping at
The new bell in the Episcopal church
will riug out for servient here for the
urn t time tomorrow.
Mr. Wm. Webber, who has been con
fined to the house for two weeks, is out
agaiu and able to attend to busiuess.
Tim T. A. M. club meets on Monday
evening at Stadelmanii'e parlors to com
pletc final arrange nents for. their ball.
A delightful shower this morning
has done much good, and no weather
c ould be more propitious for corn com
ing up than the pr s.-nt.
Right. Rev. Dr. Walker, bishop of
Northern Dakota, will officiate in Si
Luke's church tomorrow. Service at
11 a. m. auJ7:30p. m.
Dr. Whittemore, of this city, has
been iu attendance the last few days
upon the Homeopathic State Medical
Association iu session at Omaha.
Mrs. McCracken, of Leavenwrrth,
Kansas, is ia the city for a few days on
a visit with relatives here, stopping
with her brother. Postmaster Marshall.
The Elziver club meets on Monday
evening with Mrs. J. N. Wise' on north
Sixth street, at which time readings
ftom Dickens will constitute the pro
On Tuesday evening of next week
the Ladies' Aid society of the Presby
terian c'lurcli will entertain at a soci
able at Chaplain Wright's to which all
A corre$p3ndctt from this city to the
Omaha nerald, writes up the Connor
Runner routeat in this county, and says
that. Mr. Connor and his friends, al
though disappointed are certain of re
Ward. As this game of taffy has been
dealt out to the progressive wing of
the democratic party heie for the last
five years, they will not fail to under
stand the game behind it.
Mr. James Beeson has entered into
partnership with John Wayman in the
Cass County Iron Works, Foundry and
Machine Shops. Mr. Beeson is an ex
perienced workman, who takes an ac
tive interest there, and who will be a
valuable acquisition in the machinery
depurtmeut, which will be under his
direct supervision. The Cass County
Iron Works have the facilities and are
capable of turning out first-class work,
and the firm of Wayman & Bec6on
ought to do well and ought to have a
On next Tuesday evening the home
dramatic club will present their play,
"Staff of Diamonds," tne second time
at the opera house, the proceeds of
which go toward establishing a perma
nent public reading room for- the city.
On the occasion of their presentation of
this play heretofore, membe8 of the
club were repeatedly solicited to 'eptat
it, and they have decided to do so for
the t-ole purpose of sccur.ng money for
a most worthy object. This alone,
should insure them a large house, and
all wi 1 not fail to be interested in the
presentation of the drama a second
One of the pleasant features at the
closing exercises of the public schools
at the opera house, last evening, oc
curred wheu Mayor Sinitu stepped
upon the stage anil in behalf of a num
ber of the teachers presented Principal
Drummond with two elegant compan
ion pictures Romeo and Juliet
which were encased in solid gilt frames
of elegant design, and which made a
beautiful and most appreciative pres
eut. Mr. Drummond, and the teachers
working under him, have passed a ;e tr
without a jar or dissension, and Mr.
Drummond, wc are assured, will long
cbeiish the testimonial of which be was
the recipient from his cc-laborers in
the public schools.
The Valentine Reporter, speaking of
what would iu any other town be-a
great calamity, says:
"Through the carelessness of some
person the rope and both buckets in the
town well have fallen to the bottom,
and our citizens are seriously inconve
nienced in coubequence."
Tha citizens of almostay other
town would either get out tLosc buck
ets, or else dig and equip another well,
but this state of affairs is not very as
tonishing at Valentine. The people up
there polUb themselves off every day
with white sand, and drink only "im
ported alkali;" and the inconvenience
mentioned by the Reportor arises only
among thoie citizens who have not be
come thoroughly acclimated aud roust
use a little water td thin their their al
lowance ot alkali. But seriously, a
town that has only one well end both
buclcrwaud the rope In the boito-u'of
that, ousrbt to sbucu itself around a id
'gel out a few platers, se-tit.g forth its
natural advantages n t for? ttla
O T"CtT7 pi lSCt Cell 2?4y.
Last night the opera house was
crowded from parquet to galleries by
the childrrn of the public schools and
parents and spectators, who had assem
bled to hear the closing exercises of
the schools as laid down in the pro
The exercises consisted of exercise
songs, class songs, recitations, and the
essays of the three graduates, followed
by the presentation of diplomas.
The recitations were given by the
younger pupils from the lower grades,
the selections being generally made
by the pupils la the different rooms,
who elected one of their number to
represent . them. Among the reci'a
tions all did exceptionally rell indeed
From the youngest to the f " deet there
.as no sign or evidence of failure, and
all were well drilled. If any special
recommendation could be made it
would be in the recitation of Master
John Ilartigan, who showed himself
exceptionally well at home on the
stage, and who had just as much confi
dence and interest in what he was doir g
as though he was calling the boys for a
game of ball. Bertha Wise was espe
cially good in her recitation, which was
long and by no means simp'e, yet be
had every word and line perfectly and
she understood the spirit and and
meaning of it all, speaking clearly and
distinctly, s that every word was un
derstood. The exercise songs by the ward
schools aud primary rooms were fully
appreciated and applauded, the litth
loiks acquitting themselves more than
creditably, and showing the thorough
work of their teachers. The two songs
given near the close ot the program by
the pupils drilled by Mrs. Stone were
the best ever giveu in the city in point
of work done, and Mrs. Stone ought to
be proud of the tongs aud the singers
they showed what thorough drilling is.
The graduates, Miss Henrietta Schu
lof, Mr Walter Thomas and Mr. Shel
don Drew, resd carefully prepared es
says. Those of Miss'Schulof and Mr.
Thomas being especially worthy. The
character of Sheldon Drew's will bear
criticism in the fact that it was too
much an arrangements of statistics.
and did not do him the justice he could
have done himself by arranging facts
and ideas instead of figures.
Hon. Geo. S. Smith in a very appro
priate and. eloquent address presented
the diplomas to the graduates, his
words to them being well chosen and
such as they can treasure and remem
ber. The Pacific Junction Gazette in a
long article upon special trains and Pa
cific Junction as the railway centre of
the northwest, gets off the following:
"Sometime a special comes to a halt
at I'lattsmouth, and the porters on the
specials ' say that the citizens of that
town generally, and the newspaper
men particularly, congregate about the
train with open mouths. Some of
ihei-e porters were overheard to re-
maik th4t on one occasion the newspa
per fraternity at Plattsmouth apponmd
Chnrlie Sherman, of the Journal, to in
terview them. Chawles said what he whs
nost particular about finding out was
whether the buttons on their (the por
ter's) clothing was pure gold ! He hud
"beam it. was 1" and the porter said
the "dude ot a newspaper man fairly
run slime at the mouth and nose, so
completely was he carried away by his
ignorant admiration for the glittering
livery mf a porter on a special train car
rying railroad officials.''
We are reliably informed that the B
& M. management are seriously consid
ering the advisability and practicability
of putting in a transfer train be. ween
Plattsmouth and Pacific Junction for
the transfer of stock, and local traffic
and that estimates are already being
made to aucertain the cost of transfer
cars for the accommodation of teams,
stock and Ical traffic between Pacific
Junction and this citv.
A Blinaapot in ,i our eys. sgi
There is a spot in your eye that is
not sensitive to light, a part of the e e
with which you do not see. The fol
lowing directions for finding it are go
ing the rounds of the ap.Ts and may
be new to most of our readers. Shut
you left eye and with your right look
steadily at the cross below, holding
the paper ten or twelve inches from
the eye :
Now move the paper slowly toward
the eye, which must be kept fixed on
the cross. At a certain distance hthe
other figure the letter O will sud
denly disappear; but if you biing the
paper nea-rr it will again come into
view. You may not succeed in the
experiment on t'i? first trial, but with
a little patience you can hardly fail;
and the suddenness' with which the
black spot vanishes and reappears is
very string. Ex.
Hereaft -r all the barber shops in the
city will be closed on Sundays.
J C. Bcosnc
Alw O. Wakrxy,
A Way to Make Money.
Ma. Editor: As many of my old
frinds arc desirous of knowing what
success I have hud in the poultry busi
ness in Kansas, I give you my exper
Over a year ago I made two very
crude batchers, designed from some
good points of several I had seen.
tilled them with eggs, and they worked
fairly well. I kept ihem going from
Dec. 1st. to Juuo 1st, clearing from
them $650 over and above everything
aud that, too, In spite of the high price
of feed, and the fact that all my chick
ens were marketed at low prices, the
highest I got was $0 a dozen and the
lowest $3.75, aud during that time I
attended to my regular business. Be
lieving this was a good return tor the
iuuo lit of work, I began i -ok ing for a
more perfect hatcher, and my atten
tion was directed to the Common Sense
In Juuel got directons from J. M.
Bain. Mew Concord, O., pcretaiy ot
theN. A. Poultry association and will
aend directions for making ihis hatcher
to any one sending three 2 cent stamps
to prepay postage. I hud one made
that held 250 eggs, cost about $7. My
uccess wit1! tuts hatchet, was all I
could wish for and I had four more
made, and lroui these five hatchtrs 1
have just taken 1.030 fine chickens out
of a lutle less thau 1,200 eggs. I be
lieve I am placing it modestly when I
say that I hope to clear $2,500 by JulyJ
ucxtaud still pursue my regular busi
ness. There is no business as profitable as
this i?, provided one gives it the at
tention it deserves, and no business re
quires as little capital to start on, and
there is no necessity for men trying to
hide this business or monopolize it.
The field is the world and the world
like Oliver Twist, is crying out for
There are thousands of young men
who are teachers and clerks who look
forward to the time when they can get
a start in some lucky way; this way is
here open for them if they will only im
prove by it. Thousands of young wo
men too, who feel dependent on some
father or brother, who in one year
could place themselves high above any
dependence if they only would. Get
directions and make your hatchers im
mediately as you can ma';e them your
selves Resp'y Yours,
L. L. J.
List of Letters.
List of letters remaiug unclaimed
in the P. O. at Plattsmouth, Cass Co
Neb., May 15, 1884:
Albertsou Matilda Marler B F
Atwell U .J Maybe L A
Bushard James Meeke Tena
Broker Fritz More N D
Bleger Ernst Gylear Wm
Cole Mary Peterson Hons
Dwight W D Palm Jas W
Evans Wilbert 2 Reed Mary
Filby John Rounds Faldene
Hershey Ben Stewart James
H timer Henrietta Smith Emma
Hunter William Wash Rev Geo
.Tudkins W T Waggoner J A
Lynch Maggie Yright Wm G
Person calling for the above will
please say 'advertised."
J. W. Marshall, P. M.
J. A. Alley went to Plattsmouth on
Mouday to commence work in the B. &
M, shops. Greenwood Etgle.
There will be a meeting of the Platts
mouth Sportsmen's club this evening
at the office of Geoi S. Smith. A full
attendance ot the members is request
ed. By ordir of the President.
H. M. Bush nell , Sec
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be" received by the City Clerk up to
Monday, May 2Cth, 1884, for doing the
city advertising and printing for the
fiscal year commencing June 1st, 18S4,
to Jnne 1st 1885.
By order of the City .Council.
J. D. SiMi'&OX,
lu the Future
When you have a cough and want re
lief, think ot Kemp's Bilsam for the
Throat aud Lungs; a guaranteed reme
dy for those diseases. Price 50c and
$1; trial size free. Respectfully,
apr 3 4m YV. J. Warkick.
An agate watch cb inn and twodjo
keys. Call at this office.-prove prop
erty, pay for this notice and get "the
K ym Loat.
Bunch of kes i st in the potoffice.
Aider rt turning s m to the Herald
office wi'l b rnwirded.
6th St. Near Main,
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
Having a'en cl arge of the COT
taob Uotjsk I shall try to furnish all
patron- wl h mf ruble quaitrrs and
keep the tables supi 1 d with th best
In th n arket Trrn '-eat cn? om a,nd
to ird 1 7 he day or week solicited.
Under the change in time passenger
traiu3 leave the depot here as follows :
No. 1 west, 8:15 aj rn.
No, 3 west; 6 :50 p. m.
K. C. St. J. & C. B. north 5:15 a. m.
.i i u m u u g.35 p m
C. B. & Q. , north, 7:45 a. m.
Omaha stub north 8:55 a. m.
4? " 5:40 p.m.
Trains arrive as follows
No. 2-, Denver express 0:25 p. m,
No. 4, " - 9.25 a.m.
K. C. St. J. & C. B. east 9:45 a. m.
ti ii i. i M 8:35 p. m.
C. B. k Q. Omaha east 5:80 p. m.
Crown Mill) Flonr.
W. F. Allen, the old Cass county
miller, who is now running the Crown
Mills at Ashland, ha his flour on sale
iu the Plattsmouth market, Dovey &
Sou keepiug it always in stock. A
trial of the Crown Mill brands will
prove to any that it is superior to any
flour in the market. 800dw48tf.
Call and 2ee Us.
I wish to notify the public that I am
now open for business at Joe McVey's
old stand, where I have in stock a full
line of Kentucky whiskies, St. Louis
beer, wines ami cigars &c, as goo! as
the best. r57dtf H. M.- Box 3.
fjELICATE AND riEBlE LADIES-
Those 1 mgui 1, tiresome sensations,
causing you to feel scarcely able to be
on your feet; that constant drain that
is taking f rom your system all its for
mer elasticity; driving the bloom from
your cneeks; that continual stralu up
on your vital forces, rendering you ir
ritable aud iretl'ul, can easily be re
moved by the use of that marvelous
remedy. Hop Bitters. Irregularities and
obstructions of your system are relieved
ut once, while the special cause ot peri
odical pain are permanently removed.
None receive so much benebt, and none
are so profouudly grateful and show
such an interst in recommending Hop
Bitters as women.
FEELS YOUNG AGAIN.
"My mother was afflicted a long time
with Neuralgia and a dull, heavy, inac
tive condition f the whole system;
headache, nervous prostration, and
was almost helplesB. No physicians or
medicines did her any good. Three
months ago Ahe began to use Hop Bit
ters with soich good effect that she
6eems and feels young again, although
over 70 years old. we think there is no
other medicine fit to use in the family."
A lady, iu Providence.
Bradford, Pa., May 8, 1875.
It has cured me of several diseases.
such &4 nervousness, sickness at the
stomach, mouthly troubles, etc. I have
not seen a sick day in a year, since
I took Hop Bitters. All my neighbors
use them. Mrs Fannie Green
$3,000 lost. "A tour of Europe that
cost me $3,000, aoue me less good than
one bottlo of Hop "Bitters; they also
cured my wife of fifteen years' "ner
vous weakness, slaeplessncss aud
dyspesia." R- AI., Auburn, N. Y.
Hop Bitters is not, in any sense, an
alcoholic beverage or liquor, and could
not be sold tor use except to persons
desirous of obtaining a medicinal bit
Green B Raum, u.b com. Inter'lRev.
So. Bloomingville, O , May 1, '79.
Sirs I have been suffering ten
years and I tried your Hop Bitters
and it done me more good than all the
Miss S. S. Boone.
BABY SAVED !
AVe are so thankful to say that our
nursing baby was permanently cured
of a dangerous and protracted consti-
Eation and irregularity of tne bowels
y the use of Hop Bitters by its
mother, which at the same time re
stored her to perfect health and
streugth. The Parents, Rochester,
New York. apl0wld6.
CLIMBING THE SPIRAL STAIRS
Invisible Architecture in a 2few Eng
"Yes," she said, -'our children are
married and gone, and my husband and
I sit by our winter fire much as we did
before the little ones came to wiueu the
circlf. Life is something like a spiral
staircase: we are all the time coming
around over the spot we started from.
only one degree furibes up the stairs.."
"That is a pretty illustration, re
marked her friend, musingly, gazing
into the glowing coals which radiated
a pleasant heat from the many-win
dowed stove. "You know wo cannot
stop toiling up the hill, though."
"Surely we cannot, and for myself I
don't find fault with that necessity pro
vided the advance in life is not attend
ed with calamity or suffering, fori
haye bad my share of that. Not long
since my health utterly broke down.
My system was full of malaria. My
digestion became thoroughly disorder
ed aud my nerves were in a wretched
state. I was Ianeuid. ate little and
that without enjoying it. and bad no
strength or ambition to perform even
my light household duties. Medical
treatment failed to reach the seat of
the trouble. The disease, which seem
ed to be weakness of the vital organ,
progi eased till I had several attacks
which my physicians pronounced to be
acute congestion of the stomach. The
last of these was a desperate struggle
and I was given up to die. As the cri
sis bad partially passed, my husband
heard of the merits of Parker's Tonic as
n invigorant in just such cases as
mine I took it and.felt its good effect
at ouce. It appeared to pervade my
body as though the blessing of a new
life had come to me. Taking no other
medicine I continued to improve, and
am now in better health than I bave
been for a long time.
i Ext -act from interview with the
a of Rev. p. Perry, pastor of Bptixt
crnr czrr'sil: or f
NOTHING BETTER. ,
Karsh's Golden Blood and Liver Ton
le Is Highly Recommended.
"In my experience of many years I
have never met with a remedy that I
doulJ so freely recommend, for blood,
liver and kidney complaints, as Marsh
Gold, n Blood and Liver Tonic."
(M. E. Hall, Port Scott, Kansas.
"Having heard your Golden Blood
and Liver Tonic highly spoken of I
bought a bottle for my wife, who was
suffering from dyspepsia and liver
complaint. I can now join with others
in Us praise, for it quickly cured her."
I J. M. Scott, Chillicothe, Mo.
"Marsu's Golden Blood aud Livek
Tonic ha? cured me of a scrofulous hu
mor and kidney trouble, from which
I have suffered for years." y. F. Mor
ris, Burlington, Iowa.
MARsn's Golden Blood and Livrb
Tonic and Marsh's Golden .Balsam
for the throat and lungs, are for sale by
Smith & Black Bros., druggUts, Platts
mouth. Large bottles 50 cents and $1.
Trial size 10 cts. wld6
WllOOI'IItO C O U " If.
It ! a harmlrm Tegetable ijrrnp.Tfry drlkiou'
tiie tante. Relieves ni ouce ana U ft jxiaitive r . .
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by thU excellent remedy.
Binctitnt in ten tomguagu accowpany tvtry tuttU.
ALL DISEASES OP THE BLOOD. STOMACH,
Liver, Bowel an'I Kldnevs: f.r all 1ieiuw orlpin.
ntln In Impairment of the Mood, ax Amrmia, Hick
Hradach. J.erv.usnn, Fmal Wenknewe, LWer
Complaint. Dj-nprrwla, Jaundice, HiIlousn-a and
Kidney Ilwaae, tain medicine In absolutely eure. .
This medicine does n t contain any oilneml, in b
aolutely vegetable, restores the blood to a lienlthy
condition, regulating exretoxn and rujiplyini; de
ficiencies and imvenU disease .
Dtrtctton in ten tangwtgrt accompany rtrry tnttit.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO
VO SALS BT ALL SBUOOISTS.
FOR SALE BT
WILL J. WARRICK.
Sweet potato plauts, and tomato acd
cabbage plants, always on band, at
Bennett & Lewis'. 6512
F. S. White,
The old stand by ice man, is now con
tracting for the summer season, and
will deliver you your ice promptly at
any time called for. Maka your con
tracts for a summer supply. 15dtf
All the best bouses in Plattsmouth
will sell you B reamer's choice crackers
at reduced prire by the box or bam-11,
and don't you forget it. Get these and
you get the best. tf
At Charlie Warren's, the old reliable
barber's shaving 10c. hair cut 25c,
shampoo 25c. sea foam 10c. mustache
black 2S C. ShOD onnnaifn ntwrt limna
t.s ' ,. r
li'vc iiiiu it can.
For a handsome suit, substantially
made, in the best of style, aud from
any quality of goods you may select,
call on K. Dressier, Merchant Tailor,
In Sherwood Block. 13dlm
Manufacturer aud dealer In
NONE BUT TIIE BEST TOBACCO
Patronize home trade aud get Floe Goods.
Remember the JPlace
On Lcwer Main Street, opposite the City Hotel
N. B. Cigar Chippiugs for 30 cents a pound
Open Asa In.
Wm. Webber wishes to announce
that the Elkhorn saloon is again opea
to busiucs? as heretofore, the repairs
and new work in the room now being
Two hundred and forty acres under
fence, with running water, and one
half mile from the city. Apply to
ft t t W.S. Wmb.
In purchasing a refrigerator see Hen
ry Booeck's new stock and get prices
before purchasing. 59tf
Stock to Pasture !
3,800 acres. :
fentV n.nH . . i v "''" auu a nines irom
Soutu Bend ; plenty of good wter, tne Fliuts
MT TERMS AREi
W-ac J2r the Sea'on for CattU
75 ctt each per mnth, for Coltt.
T sin tlftt ohaM -
uciu, wa pieoty ox menu
Iks' Stock must le plainly Branded in
tirani, Ear Rings and mart:
WILL HUT ilU.
I bare a good branding shoot aad will help
free ot cnarze It twirl le, "will drive to my pliii
to brand. I receipt fort be tock wbeo put In
tbe paature, and acoout fr or pay tb tame In
no reiwjo.ioility a to accident or
death. I pay the toll, on aft etock eominir to
"fj? ,a '5 'ilowa lo eenta each for
S?lli;n.d5 !lutf ,or bon rider.
P cnu tor double n ;ean eroas either bndr!
Xablaad or Kuutu Bend. Far further particular.
VMoonalMUty. I refer you to iheMoWV
f wT" H W O Scots, 4 U tvJ
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