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j :' iy tail ;n r-ii t;i"i, or the publish
St ne to send it unlit payment Is
rt the whole nnioihl. whether
i w 'ii 'nun the onit-e ir not.
:l t..tv? ifftil'.'.l that refusing to
s i i-s it'itt periodicals from the post
vi-.i an-.! ! iiviiiiS lli'Mii uncalled
f-tri.- fllili'BCt of IXIKX.T10.1At
, LOCAL NEWS.
For ties: S apltf ami fancy gro
ceries in 'Plattsmouth. go to J. V
Wescott sells the Lest buckskin
Will. S. Wise sell Real Estate, tf
Wm have got a rousing big paper
this week. .
Men's ArclictT 1.50 at the Great
Rid Store, ltf
Win ever heard of such a winter
"Our New Baby" cigar always
rem t'ns the same. 43t2
John Leach has a fine candy store
next to Dvey's store.
The biggest line
gloves at Weseott's.
Prof. Jve wmt down to Lincoln,
the first f th vvek.
Read the commissioners proceed
ings oi: Fourth page.
Organs cleaued and repaired by
James Pettee. tf
That pi eating of Mike Sculley's,
the pedestrian, was immense.
A large reduction on old winter
goo Is at F. Herrmann's. 42t4
The bell tower was erected by
the firemen Tuesday afternoon.
Square dealing guaranteed a tffe
Great Red Store 41tf
Daicon Bushnell went
Lincoln Tuesday night.
Merges Slioe Store.
and Repairing at
Hansen & Chassot will move
to their new building, Saturday.
Special bargains at the Great Red
Store for 30 days. 41tf
The your.g folks are putting in
thf ii time sliding down hill mw days.
Come and sea the inducements we
are offering, Great Red Siore. 41tf
The. new hotel is bing pushed as
rapidly as the wea'.her will permit.
See how cheap they sell furniture
at tne Great Red Store. 41tf
La Fountain, the champion pedes
tria", left for Omaha Mnday after
noon. --A large line of cloaks to
at cost price by F. Herrmann
Wheeler's old office is being re
paired and put in shape for the new
Clothing almost given away at the
Great Red Store, save money by seeing
us fust. tr
Hang up your sleit'm now, you
vitl not need them again for three r
Fred Bates and Dan Smith hav
sent for patents on their 'bobsleds.''
They aro boss.
Twenty yards best print for 81.00
at the Great Red Store. 4ltf
La Fountain did some fine tumb
ling afier he was through walking
Vnrtlps having business with the County
t'onmii?tonr,will fiud thein lti.tMston tha
First Mondiiy and Tuesday of f ach month. 43tl
Nubias, hoods, children's and la
dies' wool sacquts to be sold regard
less of cost at Fred Herrmann's 42t4
Several sleighs taok a tnrable
Tuesday night, or their occupants, it
is hard to tell which.
A new line of Kid Gloves just
received at J. V. Weckbach's. Ladies
call eariv and make selections. 43t2
A good many ears were frozen
Saturday night and Sunday. They
were not ears of corn either.
'For 30 d ivs they offer goods at
strictly New Yrk prices at the Great
Red Store. Call ami secure bargains.tr
They mean business at the Great
Red Siore. (ioods positively lower
than any house in town. See for your
The Oil Standby. "Our New Baby"
cigirs have arrived 5000 of them at
Smi h. Bla. k & Co.V. the best 5ct ci
gar in town. 43i2
Misses Hermann & Wurl will
move in o thd building with Fred
Iler naiM as soon as Hansen & Chas
sot move out.
In justice to yourself and family
you shon;d save money. Therefore
price at the (Ireat Red Store before
buying elsewhere. 41if
Look out for J. V. Weckbach's
new jid. next week. Mr. Weckbach is
going'it alone again, and the Hekaed
wishes him a good trade.
Two bel)-sled loads of PUtUmouth
people wnt out to Mr. Warrant's
Tuesdny night, and had an oyster sup
per a'nl goid time generally.
R-v. J. V. Reed S. S. missionery
for Nebraska will be in the city and
preach in the Baptist Church morn
ing and evening on the SaWbath.
Our It-vil wanted to go up and help
eat Scuiley't pies. Sat urday night, but
he was afraid ht would get the medal.
He has got an airul mouth for pie.
A big party took. a sieigh ride
Monday, Jones, Miller, Phil Young
and we don't know whe all, nut they
made things lively all the afternoon.
J. R Cairns. Sheriff of Lenawee Co.,
Mich., savs: I have worn an "Only
L"ng Pad" for Bronchial difficulties,
and have not been troubled with a
rough nights since wearing It. See
J. H. Buttery soils the best cough
medicine. He has confidence in it,
and lm is willing to refund the money
if it does no good. Ask for Piso's cure
for Consumption. Price 26 cents and
61.00. i2i8 ,
day with his f.m....
Adam KanfTenbeiger. Esqr., dropp.
in to aee the IIkkald last week. Call
again Mr. K. when ye editor is in.
Mr. Win. Case, of Centie Valley,
called and put himself ahead with tliu
Hkrald. whicii he says lie can't get
Couniy 'Cornniip.siiiner Crawford has
a luoiher-in-Iaw, County Coin'r of Xe
lualia Cuntv we see by the Sheridan
l'ost. Must run in the family?
W. M. Wiley, of Rock IJiuffs. paid
the IIkkald man promptly in advance
on Tuesday, ami niMireii for himself
happiness and prosperity fir
Mr. Albert Way bi ilit, a bio. her io
our old and well known citizen, Mor
gan Waybriuht, arrived here !ia . ui il.iy
al ternoon, direct from the .great Car
bonate camp. Leadvibe.
Mr. Bet-son. l'oimerly of Red Oak,
Iowa, and lately a resident of GiVi-n-woitil
precinct, in this County, has ta
ken up his residence in 1'iaitsiiioutli,
and will practice law litieal U-r. Can be
found at S im Chapman's otlice.
Out at Kight Mile drove.
Analher Ruby found
He weighs ten pounds;
Tom says no m alter how big.
The sootier able to feed the pigs.
A farmer told us the other day that
he Would not bt without Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup if it cost five dollars a
bottle. It must be a wonderful reme
dy. The price is only 25 cents a bottle.
- Carl & Bro , of Pella, Iowa, offer
to sitttd their Illustrated Garden Guide
fee. Our readers should send for it.
We give only a portion of Prof.
Love's report of the schools this week,
not having space for mwre. The re
mainder will be given next week.
If there ever, was a specific for
any one complaint, then Carter's Lit
tle Liver pills are a specific for
sick lieailacnes, and every woman
should know this. Only one pill a
dose. For sale by Smith, Black & Co.
Mrs. Dr. John Black will enter
tain the next Presbyterian social at
her residence Tuesday evening, Jan,
1 8, 1 S3 1 . M its. W ILLS. W IS E,
A very ne:-t Chiistm.s gift, in the
shape of an illustrated almanac, has
been issued by John A. MacMurphy,
editor of the Plattsmouth IIkbaLD.
for his subscribers. It shows com
mendable enterprise on his part.
On the same day that Gen. Geo.
Smith found that Christmas present
at his house, he had a birth day of his
own. so he and Hie little "gal" can al
ways celebrate together, one present
will do for both, &c, Ac.
Thos. Jai.:es, Darlington, England,
sas: The "Only Lung Pad" is being
thoroughly tried here. One lady has
already r chived great benefit, who
has sufleied for years from Bronchi' is
and Asthma, and congestion of right
lung. See Adv.
Mr. E.M.Yates and family be
came residents of Piatt jmotith last
week: a step which we hope they will
have no reason to regret, but will find
in our city a pleasant home and
among its people congenial companions
The Enterprise comes out this
week with a new quarto weekly, con
taiuing a large amount of leading mat
ter, and is issued on Saturdays which
practically gives the town a semi-
weekly paper and to some extent takes
the place of the daily. Wo hope it
mav succeed, be placed en a firm foot
ing, if it merits the same.
These unhappy persons who suf
fer from nervousness and dyspepsia
should use Carters Little Nerve fills.
which are made expressly for sleepless.
nervous, dyspeptic sufferers. Price
25 cents. For sale by Smith, Black &
Prof. A. I. Aten, of Illinois has
been employed by the Christian church
f Plattsmouth to preach for one year.
We nave been informed that he is a
cultured gentleman and a fine speaker
and from what we have heard about
him we congratulate the members of
that church on their acquisition. He
will probably begin his labors next
Palpitation of the heart, nervous
ness, trembling, neivous headache
cold hands and feet, pain in the back.
and other forms of weakness are re
lieved by Carter's Iron Pills, made es
pecially for the blood, nerves and com
Dr. Schildknecht called in Friday,
the Doctor 'has the largest County
practice of anybody, as well as a
large tewn practice, and a twenty
mile ride is nothing for him. Thurs
day morning his grey horse came near
leaving him to walk home, by slipping
n the ice and breaking both shafts of
the sleigh. Few people think what
cold trips a Doctor has to take
MtGuffey's series of Readers, ihe
old stand-bys of our you; hful days.
have been squashed in our . High
school, kicked out as it were, with the
past year. Appletons series, just
issued, have been introduced iu their
place and the children are all happy
it. the possession of brand new books.
Whether the change will be benefi
cial or not the future will determine.
Coasting is the order of the
day a: d night too in Platts
mouth, and High School Hill is
the scene of high carnival very even
ing, people asst mMing by hundreds
almost and sleds of every description
flying down lik m agio. Iltlf a dozen
large sleds capable of holding from
five t ten ar 111 high f vor; one par
ticularly which had a rudder. a brake
and was carpeted. It seems almost
wonderful t! at no more accidents oc
cur, but so far we have heard of noth
ing mare than an occasional bruise r
The Bell Tower for theFire Bell
was hoisted to its place Tuesday amid
the stupendous efforts of a number of
lookers on. and now a new difficulty
assails us in getting down on to Mala
St. from Vine. Heretofore the farm
ers coming to Schnellbacker's shop tid
their horses to the wagans and allow
ed them to back up on the sidewalk,
for ns to walk over, but now we have
tot to walk over a bell tower forty
fctotbib. How's ttittt far high?
tie we noticeu.
corn planter; G. U .
Valley, grain register; j
Weepin;; Water, lilonmiiiKton ci. y .
A. Co'eman, silver wa cli; E. Troiuble,
A voc-a, meal chopper I. C Wiswell.
Centie Valley, silver kiiife, fork and
spoon; Jos. Inhel.W-i, Cedar creek,
fruit and jt llv press. This is a pretty
jiond sh.iwiii for Cass Co. as it in
cludes tlir mure valu ib!e premiums,
the minor ones no-, bciiitr publish' d.
v'e ihiuk we can cure a bail case
of b ii'kiti'iit' q iick-r with one of Car
tels .-mar; eed .i S'.'iladotiua
Itackachf lihisiers, than by any otlier
aoplicitioi.. And aft'T the b-ick;iche
is cured. I oil can still wear ihe pi tsler
without discomfort tor two or three
weeks or longer. Tins combination of
Smart Weed ami lSflladoiit a is a great
hit. and it is hard to liad any pain or
ache tha will not tield to it. Price
2 cents. For sale bv (Smith, Black &
l!ef Keeper's Association.
The annual meeting of the Nebras
ka Bee Keepers' Associa:ion will be
held ;it PlaMs:aouth. Feb. 10 and 11 at
the Court House. The 15ee K-.-pt-rs
l of Western Iowa are cordially invited
to attend. An interesting meeting
will be held and Will, no doubl be well
attended. By order of President.
IS ate Papers will please copy.)
Child Smothered to Death.
A most distressing affliction bfe.".!
Mr. and Mrs. Mumper, who live in the
south part of town, last Sund iv. Mrs.
Mumper is a daughter of Mr.
Sp.r, a farmer living near weeping
Water, who died recently, his funeral
occurring on Sund iy last. Mrs. Mum
per went down to the funeral, taking
with her her babe six weeks old. In
her extreme care to keep the child
warm, the wrappings were drawn so
closely about it as to smother it to
death. The mother suppose! thechild
asleep, and was rendered almost fran
tic on arriving home to find lie ex
tinct, the blood issuing from its nose
Til ECO LI) W EAT U tit.
1gb.I How it Makes us Shiver.
The old clerk of the weather has
just got bis back up, or else the new
'Old Probs" is playing smash with
things, or something is the matter, for
s much cold -.weather in' the same
length of time was hardly known
within the memory of the uldent in
habitant. VPe watch the tbei motue
ttr creep up in the vain hope we are
eoiiur to have a -warm siieli" and
Borne night when we're sound asleep.
or Sunday morning, niajbe, when we
don't get up early, the oid thing be
gins to slide down hill, and it beats the
boys on High School 11:11 ad to pieces
Last Saturday night or Sunday morn
ing, was about the biggest slide yet.
the thermometers on the hil.s at seven
o'clock or thereabouts indicated 27 de
grees below zero and in the valleys 34
degrees below. The highest poinl
reached during the day being one rie
irrve below. If that is nt about coal
enough to satisfy the most strenuous
advocate of cold weather as healthy.
we don't know what they would ask
Finished :heir seventy-two hours
race, Saturday nigl.t. at twenty min
utes past eight, W. M. LaFotritain win
ning the purse, having made live miles
more than .Mine scuiley . Mr. i-a foun
tain is a fine walker, he gained eleven
miles on Mike Scullev in about four
hours. Considerable running was
doue the las few hours.
THE AMATEUR PEDESTRI NS.
Tin following is the time made by
the amateur pedestrians for the silver
Those for the first night did not
make as good time as they would, had
they understood the arrangements.
Geo. Han ison
Geo. Poisal (Geo. Lee)
J. C. Grass
Geo. Poisal (Geo. Lee)
J. C. Grass
' 83 "
The cup was presented to Geo. Le,
Geo. Poisal's man, h having made the
greatest 11 11 mher of lavs, 2G5 in one
hour, which is equal te something
over t n mil-s.
H R'40N'-ROSE, at the residence nt ttie
bat i s parents. Dec. 26th. 1KSO. Rev. jonit
1. Wilsoii odiri.itiiii.' Ai.fiEnr T. Habmon
of W'ceniiiif Water. l., and Mary t.RwSK,
of St. J. sepli. Mo.
DAVIS tilt. MURE At the residence of the
i. ride's lather In Ml. Hlcasanr Trec nft. on
the 12th inst. ly A. N. Snilivan. County Juile
MR 8 A. 1AVIS to MISS I.MMA. J. CiJL'
morr, all of t'ai l a.. Nebraska.
This y i nr. t ulusf r:oi:s :n d intelligent couple
cotnmenc t e Inn tie . I ait , U .tier n.oet lavor-
able c rc i:u-tH'ii-o
vt o de i .i.i.se.
The largest and most elegant as-
sortm -nt for Ladies and children, just
opened at J. V. Weckbach's. 43t2
Not a Beverage.
Thev are not a beverage, but a med
icine, with curative properties of the
highest degree, containing no poor
w hisky or poisonous drugs. They do
not tear down an already debilitated
sstein. but build it up. One bottle
contains more hops, that is. more real
bop sl rentli, than a barrel ot ordinary
beer. Every druggist in Rochester
sells'them, and the physicians pre
S'libe them. Evening Express on
of all kinds done by Mrs. A. Knee.
Leave order for same at Mrs. .
Swtrts Millinery S.ore. 43tS
Those wh have not settled fr their
last year's ire are requested to do so at
once and save cost as It must be set
tied -it once. 4U8 T. White.
Sate Your Monty.
A large stock of Boots and Shoes
Just arrived al Merges, which will
eil unless his or
from written examiu..
work is to or more.
In the High School proper there
were 22 students during the term; be
sides thesti tlieie are some 15 students
who are not in the 11 igli School prop
er, bin who n cited in on-? or more of
the High School, studies. The tol low
ing students weie highest in their
classes, t heir standing being in order
of their names. For want of sirace not
more than 5 of any class can be men
Maggie Sampson, Ilaitie Fulmar. Allie
Craig, Chas Pannele, Alvin G.iaat
Chas Gyger. Louisa Sliryock, Marshall
Wiles", Mary McMullaii, Alvin Gass.
Louisa ShiAock. Uauie Fu!mer. Mary
McMutlau. Al Gass, Aima Waterman.
kssay ami declamation".
(maiked from Lerin work.)
Frank Morgan. Allie Cra-g, Emma
Mobbs, Maggie Sampson, L. Sliryock.
Louisa Shryock, Chas Gvger, S. Samp
son, Maggie Sampson, Emma Hobos.
ALGKBKA. TAUT I.
Hattie Fuliner, Alma Waterman, Jes
sie French, Jessie Wiles, hi. Walker.
(marked t roiu term work.)
Geo. Lt hnhoff, Frank Morgan, Charles
Gyger, Clic.s Parmele.
Mary McMullan, Louisa Sliryock, Alv.
G.us, Hattie Ful tiler, Chai Uyger.
GEOMETRY, ADVANCED i BEGINNERS.
v.mai ked from teviu recitations.)
Louisa Sliryock, Clara Babbington, M.
Sampson, Lmiiia Uohtis, Meuora smith
LATIN, ADVANCED AND BEGINNERS.
Emma Hohbs, Louisa Shryock. Ha'.tie
Fuliner, Maggie Saiupsoi., F. Wheeler.
Promoted from Grammar department
to High School ; average standing ep-
pOsite names; arranged in order of
standing. Mrs. Love, teacher.
Hattie Fulmer 93, Addie McVicar
83, Anna Livingston bit, Alice Jean 83,
Jessie French 81, Anna Murphy 81,
Curie Adams 9, Eva Wise 76, Alma
Waterman 75, Birdie Swift 73, Lena
Levings 73, Katie Vallery 72.
Frank Wheeler 90. Byron Drew 80,
Conrad Seidt-nstricker 79, Geo. Mann
77, Waller Holmes 7J, Fred Howland
75, Robert Livingston 74. Bertie Pol
lock 74, Herbert Walker 72.
Promoted from Third Intermediate to
Grammar depart meiit, arranged as
per rank in class from average stand
ing. Mr. Ashinuu, teacher.
E'.hel Marsland 94. Kiltie Brock 80,
Grace Wiles 85, Liilie Doud 78, Katie
Bobbins 77, Susan Drain 73, Cora Way-
man 74, Emma Hoffman 74, Carrie
Holloway 74. Lou Montgomery It,
Nannie Gibson 72.
Ilvrenimus Broechert 91, Charles
Leach 83. Ellis GooUby 87, Fred Lehn-
hoff 85. Chas Drain 83.Guy Livingston
82. Lt Sier Schlegel 82, Evel ton Schle
ge 82. Bnshrod Bobbins 81, Rice Walk
er 80, Lewis O'Xeil 77. Edgar Johnson
74, Alex Schleeel 74, Willard Wise 74,
Willie Moore 73, Jay Johnson 2.
Four scholars tailed in the examina
Promoted from Second to Third Inter
mediate. Miss Dennison, teacher.
Bertha New elf 93. Xma Morgan 92.
Saia McMil lan 92. Lizzie Lesley 91,
ana Goolsby 8(J, Mary Week bach 8.)
Es e!la Shannon 81, Rosa Grantner 8.
dith Mori ison 74. Lena Fickler 74,
Mary Hansen 74. Emma Johnson 74
Pearl Holmes 73.
Herbert Mainland 99, Chas Pepper
erg 83. Bertie Wheeler 87, Fletcher
Bobbins 83, Willie Carr 85, Chas Col
man S3, Trow Pettee 80. Jas Porter 79,
Grant 'Twiss 76, Warren Smith 73,
Harvey Ilollowav 71, H. Tartsch 71
The following failed to pass in some
studv or studies, and are promoted on
condition that they make up the work
in which the failed to pass:
Katie Stadelman, Maggie Hodgert.
Lizzie Steitnker, Thos Brainard, Wil
lio HowhuuU Schulhof, Chas Morgan.
Four of the class failed in the exam
(Concluded next week.)
Weeping Water Notes.
On Wednesday night of last week
the following named otlicers were duly
installed in the Lodge of I: O. O. r
for the present term:
S. A. Riplev, N. G. ; D. C. Fleming,
V. G.: J.T. Marshall. R. S. ; J. Chase,
W. W. Orchestra, not W. W. Dram
atic Club, as heretofore given, is raak
ing preparations to rentier -"Lucie
Tom's Cabin." on or about Feb. 1st.
Dr. J. V. Thomas remains ahout the
same as reported last week. Mr. Bates
father of Peter Bates of Plattsmouth,
is seriously ill with lung fever.
Mr. Sporer was inteired in XV. XV
cemetery yesterday. Cause of death
We have a well suppor'ed and flour
ishing I. O. G. T. at W. W. now.
That Prohibition paper has scores
of w . w. s t'iiers; may every succe.-s
attend the efforts of ihe indefatigable
Mr. P. L. Thorp in that noble cause.
Yeomaus & SiJmore have adiied
about 23 feet more to their Livery x
Feed stable. Mr. Sidmore has quitu a
inenageiie in a small way attached to
the livery stable.
Mrs. O- T. Wilson is quite ill with
Several members of the W W. lodge
f I. (). O. F. purpose attending the
O. F. lecture in I'l.-tttsino-.ith on Tues
day evening next. Yours for lSl.
Here Coiues Hie Otlier Side from
Chris: mas has come and gone and
the New Year well begun. The ther
mometer tins been getting lower and
lower until it has marked 27 degrees
below zero and this morning with the
wind sweeping across the prairie from
the southwest it js chillv beywnd cam
Same of the farmers f this neigh
borhood are little behind the season
In getting their cora cribbed but net-
withstanding the extrtms eold the
mus cnl ranie ot the golden ears
against the high aides of the corn
wagons is heard occasionally and the
hum of the corn-sheller is heard in
be the land, while thosa wh have some
I Uea ci beinf cvmloraUt arc gelling In
We hope t he t
of the q l -s! io:i v .
the sentiments of sucu
expressed from time io tini. .
A Good Temi
Grand Prairie Items
We are having iuti-r weather, now
with plenty of snow which makes
nice sleighing, and the oting foiks
ai not backward ai t living ad van a.;e
of 'ii. Q-iiie a number of our farmers
aie not through picking corn, but
stili most of the com is cribbed.
The farmers of this community
met at the school house last Wedne
d.iv eveniti'' and organized a fanners
Alliance and sent off to the
V .tl,.,,.,! j
Alliance for a charter. D. I
was chairman of the meet
X. J. Calkin secretary. The first ;
meeting is called for Jan. 5th.
(Jtiite a number f the boys from '
this', neighborhood went down to the :
school house by Mr. l-ronkos last;
ruesiiay ni.tht and helped organize h-:
literarv society. James Stander was .
elected President and Wm. McEIfreisli '
Secretary. The organization was j
given tke name of The Dutch A cade- j
my Debating Society.
We have a good school this winter
with about forty names enrolled.
H. W. Zink our teacher is giving good
We had a spelling school here last
Thursday evening which was a suc
lss. Grand Prairie is taking the lead
in spelling schools this winter.
The si Hiring school closed betore the
holidays and Mr. Bimson the teacher
went into Iowa to spend the winter.
Write plainer, especially proper
That polar wave is still waving.
Frozen toes and ears and snow dnlts
are now in fashion. Notwithstanding
the wave the festival for our Luton
Sabbath Scheol came off hist Wednes
day night, at McCatgs school house.
A bountiful supper was served at J.
P. Piner's. The Stove Creek baud was
ver and donated tneir services.
Wm. McCaig is visiting at the oh.
homestead. Mrs. L. Piner, mf Illinois.
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Hamil
ton. Our fi lend, jjeonara c am, is wess
looking after his homestead.
We hear that Luella is soon to have
a writing school under the instruction
of W. 11. Pool; a very cotnmrudaule
institution for both old and yaung.
W' hear frequent complaints about
wolves getting a way with chickens in
this vicinity. TV otial not an out fash
ioned wolf hunt be in order? XV m re
spectfully refer the question to Mr.
Atl. tin Bucktr.
While at Lincoln, attending the
State Farmeis Convention, we weie
happily surprised to meet the Editor
of the H Kit ALU. It affords us a great
deal of pleasure and satisfaction tw say
to the farmers o Cass County lHatt.ie
convention was a success. 1 imre was
a large attendance, representing near
ly every county in the state, or earn
est, line itrent lai mvrs. I tie senti
ments of the delegates seem to rise
abuve nartisan differences, and unite
in an intelligent co-operative action
fur the p tuuotioii and protection of
our mutual interests. Alter seveiai
ueeches. in w hich tha transportation
question was ably discussed, and some
ti her preliminary actions, the conven-
nou proceeded to organize a titaie
Fanwers' Alliance, by adopting a con
s.itulion, electing a president, and one
vice-president for each judicial dis
trict, a secretary, a treasurer, and an
txecutive committee; alsw the appoint
ment of a finance cum mi t tee by the
president. After the adaption of a se
ries of resolutions the convention ad
journed amidst greetings of satisfac
tion, unity and encouragement.
We earnestly hope the farmers ot
Cass will take hold in earnest, and
form at least one Alliance in each pre
cinct in the cunty. All that is needed
is to get seven or more tanners to
gether, form an alliance, by adop.ing
a constitution, sleeting a presiueiu, a
vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
and sending to J. Burrows, Secretary
Stale Fanners' Alliance, Melroy, Gage
Co, Neb., for charter. The application
must be signed by seven members, giv
ing names of officers and number of
The Elm wood Farmers Alliance
would be glad to correspond With oth
er alliances or cluns in the county. Ad
dress T. P McCarty.Sec'y. Luella. Neb.
We did not get the Hf.rald Alma
nac torisai; we suspect mat iney
were in that package of Heualds for
Luella P. O. that is missing.
The Hkrald Almanacs w ere mailed
in separate packages to every subscrib
entitled to one. We are unable to ac
count fr the failure to reach, but
shall investigate forthwith. E.
SOU Ml lilv.M).
Busiuessly and Heligiously.
South Bend is gradually assuming
the importance consequent upon mer
it, wuicii developing greatness ever
commands. Having had business hous
es representing large stocks of general
meichaiiiiise, also drug and hardware
Sioies, tlevrilora and grain buyers, and
enlarging business iu the hi tuber line
iu the past, there has recently been
added thereto a lull slxck of rt-adv-
made clothing, t in niching goods, and
boots ami stiaes, by .Messrs. II. saw
yer & Sons, who have recently elected
a large building, and will add their
mite to the general fund.
The old settler, Mr. T. W . I- ountaili.
having sold his interest in the lumber
line, has opened out a large and gener
al assortment ot .urniture, and is ut-
feriug the same at prices worthy the
attention of ail interested l herein.
Religiously the day seems to have
dawned upon our town. llev. Diffeti-
bacher. of Sarpy Centre and Louisvi'le
churches, was invited by some of the
business men, in October last, to make
a regular appointment fr preaching.
He did so; and upou further invita
tion he last week held meetings, visit
ing nearly all the families iu the place.
He found upon a thorough canvass
that In South Bend ten different Evan
gelical Christian denominations were
represented by heads of families.
The bavior of sinners long since set
His peaple in churches and placed
shepherds ovtr the flocks. He counsel
ed against negleetlng the trimming of
the lamps, and admonished against
placing their light under a bushel. Ha
knew of the tendency af the fleck to
scatter, of the lamp to grow dim and
the light to be hidden under the meas
ure. The Reverend Brother found, as
ha said, UjjU, "the Lord Lad gone be-
Or The First u.
lU'iiitli. in Ihe Si.:
at tiie Close oi
!eeeai'ier :llst, Tr-.
I !.ou!i i-.nd discounts i
j i ivenlr;itl -. .
71 I CJ s
4 1 : -'(
mi noo iki
17 4. 8
3 (..t.s :i7
I . !. I.mill- . M iMiir i-io iii.ii -
0) i,(,r Nt(ll.iSt i). ,,;,is and mort 4:11'.
iMf iitiiu Hjij'iovril reserve assi'iio"..
Iu-' from suite Hunks and hai:krr.
i:-;il estate, fill nil til o :ml liM'tres. .
( iirreiil t'Niieiii-r- anil :ii s i:ta
l'.ii!-k"f other IihiiUs
t'liiei ioliu! ciiiht i-ni r.-nev. isleke's
Lt'l; t! ivi'iii::iiw
kedt nipt oil fitotl with I . S, Treas
urer l" jietent .'f eil..1 tlal'.on ...
lne ft oi.i I VS. Treasurer, ot i:er t I'aa
." iH-l' cent. reite'!!tioii
4 4.i ;
J C.-jS Ml :
4 v.-H 4; !
! . : ,
0 ' HI'
I- kki t,()
1 ooo no !
. -7.1 t.ll 71 j
Capital stuck i:
. s :) ni) on
it imn no
-l") cui no
National Rank notes otilstain'tiii
lniiivlilti.il deposits mlijcct
Demand certificates of deposit
Time cerlilicates m deposit
Due to other National Rank
.W OKI 02
37 715 JO
la 41 tin
I!l 517 23
20 4 2
26 -39 02
Due to State fsaiiks ami nankers.
Notes and bill re-d;scouuted
S 273 14 -4
Statfot Nkbraska, (.
County ol Cuss.
I. A. W. McLauohlix. Cashier of the ahove
named bank, do solemnly swear that Ihe ahove
statement is true to the best of my know led
aud belief. A. W. MCLAUGHLIN.
Subcrihed and sworn fohefore me, this 10th
day of January, issi.
' Notary 1'ubiic.
Correct Attest :
C. H. Parmf.le. )
J. M. Pattkuhox. rlrcctoin.
A. W. JlcUl'tiHUN t
TIIE CINCINNATI W KLKLY TIMES.
The Banner Weekly of the Mesf. an
eiylit-age paper only one dollar a year, and a
luaKiiiticeii: engraving "two feet wide and al
niosi three feet ! ug'' free, aad pus.ae paitl in
everv !iinserilici-. Atiarcts r. r. ki
T1.HES. Cluciunatl. .
A Paying Occupation.
The approach of llie long winter eveiilnpn
culls attentistn to llie matter ol a lamp. lor wnn
nut :t triiiul liL'lu ltlf tile nleaHiiie or prolil is
taken from reatlin or utility Coal oil is now
in i?eoer:tl use for illtituiuatiliU ntirposes ont-
fitle of c'ties or lare towns wherecoal trax is
used, and w lieti a proper lamp in used it is the
best subnlltule lor suuiiui vei ocoeieu.
l lie ni ii.ru.'p nr nlan niton wlilell tile MUtlent
Luinp s constructed may be said to be the best
in use, bill me taunt iieii litis aias n.au si-,-eral
nbjecilonable featuies whicliweare ulail
Io see are beiu done away with in the new as
pirant for favor vailed the Homk Loll',"
inaiiiifacuu-(1 bv the Home Lamp Co.. ot Cin
itniitti. The irt-eat ontectlou to most other
laitins Is their liaoility to lie upttel. llie trouble
to keep them in order, and the poor light tfivu
h lliem. The New Home Ijnnn Is nickel plat
ed, and almost a fac-sliidle of the Sludent
Kinip : ii ha" a haiidsoiue orninueiiied clamp,
liv means of which the lamp call be at once ea-
ilv adjusted in any xisltiou upon the center
table, piano, mufic reHt. sewing machine, desk,
or by means of a handsome bracket, which goes
with the lamp, cau be placed upon ine wail,
and in whatever post km it Is placed it is abso
lutely safe. This is Ihe great feature of excel
lence, but the New Home Lamp combine" alfo
the patent Argand burner, a titling indicator
and match box. No lamp litis ever betoie been
tecrivetl wilU uucli unusual favor or received
uucli str ing recommendations from ti.e leading
iiiurnals of Cincinnati, it i also entiorseti uy
such men a the mayor and postmaster, sever
al insurance presidents and express agents of
thalcilvas the satest. most convenient and
best lamp made. The Company desires agents
in this lociUlty. anil any s ait lady or gentle
man can make a handsome income during 1 lie
next six months bv cauvasi-li g for Its sale.
There are harttlv a dozen families in the county
who w ill not want one, and its price Is so tow
ns to bring it within Ihe reach of all. Ktir fur
ther Ii formation address Home linu Compa
ny. Cincinnati Ohio, mentioning our paper,
and they will give you full particulars ami ex
clusive territory io canvas in. im;
Jay D Dunning, Clrik, Wabash
Shops. Twletlo, Ohio, says: I am now
wearing an "Only Lung Pad, ami it
has afforded me almost instant relief
from asthma. See Adv.
Dr. 15 luck's
Rheumatic cure is the boss remedy.
cures Rheumatism ami Neuralgia in
all their various rorms. For sale by
Smith, Black & O. 42tf
liauseu aV iliassot
Wish to inform their friends and the
public in general that they have open
GROCERY. PROVISION, CROCKERY
GLASS 4 QUEEN'SWAKE
until further notice in Fred Herr
mann s oid stand. We invite all to
give us a trial.
42f Hansen & Ciiassot.
As I shall turn my grocery stock over
tollatisi.n & Chassot, January 1st. who
vi ill occupv Jerry Hartman's new
building two doors easi of the Court
House, I hall run a strictly cash drv
goods store at my old stand. All par
ties indebted to me are requested lo
settle their accounts by Feb. 1st, 1881,
bills not se'.tled then will be given in
to the h ifitN of a collector, regardless
of person. 41i3 Fred Herrmann.
Successor to Sage Buotbkkj'.
TINWARS. SHEET IROX, Z1SC.
At the old Stand opposite the new Hotel.
Lilly zg & Repairing Done.
7fritcr X OrttiHrr.
ALL KIND OF
hinting, raining. (Slasiug,
& aptr Ranging,
Alio, DecotatiODi of afl kind.
Painted in Good Style.
FRESC0I27G A SPECIALTY.
A. B. TATLOK, J. VALtaJRT. 8B.,
9 Bows, B&rse. mi
Make iroin s-.
i:. :. ii! id'.or'i ..
Vol!;. M'lit! for cm...
They art selling it.,
at the (Jre-.il Rett Store, at
low pi ices, and you have evt.
guaranteed as represen cd or
refunded. That is why you
go there for all yon need.
lVpperbel'g's cigars are the most
ivlialde for purity and iinenes in qlal
ity, ami are far superior to any other
make. Ask your dealers for them. 25tf
Now is Your 'l ime!
(ireat Reductions in Roots & Shoes
at Marshall's, Weeping Water. 3tfit
Use Brown's Vegetab.e Liver Pills;
For s;ile by all dealers in medicine in
Plattsmouth and East Pla tsmouth.tf
lirrman t'Mtnrrh Curf.
Cures Cauirrh; Try it
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. XV. Jennings.
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. Ttf
To the Citizen's oftheCouuty and State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wisii
ing to build a tire-proof house, before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A.
Hoover. Louisville, Nebraska. 14tf
I Wish Everybody to know.
Rev. George II. Thayer, an old cut
izen id' this vi-dnity known t every
one as a most litUueutlal citizen, aim
Christian Minister uf the M.E.Church
just this moment stopped in our store
to say: "I wish everyliody to know
that I consider that both myself and
wile owe our lives to S iloh's Con
sumption Cure." It is having a tre
mendous sale over our counters and is
giving perfect satisfaction in all cases
o. Liiing diseases, sucu as nwiutiig eisr
Bourbon, Ind.. May 15. "78. Drs. Match
elt & France. Sold by Smith & Black.
No Deception Used.
It is strange so many people will
continue to stiller day after dav w ith
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, General Debility
when they can procure at our store
Shiloh's Vitalizer, free of cost if it
does not cure or relieve them. Price
'5 cents. Sold by Smith Black & Co. '
siiiLOHg Catarrh Remedy. A
marvelous Cure for Catarrh.uipht heria.
Canker mom h, anil Head Aclie. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
Injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 rvnts. Ot-wwtf.
SHOES AND BOOTS,
3I4W A.I JIIE4I
AT Jilt roes:
A Lady's IMsli.
'Oh, how I wish my skin was as clear
yours, said a ladv to her triend "ion
can easily make it so," eaid ihe friend.
"How," inquired the tiist lady. "By
using Hop Biiters. that makes pure.
rich blood and blooming beaith, Il
did it for me, as you observe." Head
Full stock of Boo s S2.25
Great Bed More.
The co-partnership here. ofore exist
ing under the til in name ol Cmliinaini
& Weckbach has this day been dlaMiiv
ed by uiu.u il consent, K. B.(iuthuiann
idl ing. Parties oa ing Ine hi ui will
please settle wuhiu thirty days at the
old stand. Parlies having claims
against the said linn will present tin
same wit hm ihiilv d ys t rom dale.
F. B. GUTH MANX,
J. V. Weckbach.
Plattsmouth, Neb.. January 1, 1831.
Thanking my friends for their liber
al palwuage in the past, I respecif m iy
request a continuance otihesauiH in
the future for m successor, J. V.
Weckbach, at the old stand.
42t3 F. R. OUTIIMANN.
W e are so tuaiikf ui to sav that tint
li.ttiy was permahtiiliy cured of a ti n
gei t. us and piotrac.ed in egnl.n i. y oi
I tic bowels bv the use ot Hop Bilei
bv its mother, winch al . In- fi.tine tun
les ori'U her lo tiellecl ht-nitli ana
sMngth. Ti:e Parents, Rochester N
y. See anaiher culmim.
Tj all Out Fr.eiit.
flavins bad nu,nb--rlci-s inouiries for ud
tisnv caiils i alt posol I lie i-.tn.irj from
ilie Miiu are in.ciesit-u tn ine laui.'ii el nt:i .i
Card C'oiiectt.irf. " e ate Il.1i.l14 1.1 .lit. o 1.
tlieiu a set 1 f neveii t.eaulilul ear-is. e. ell in hi
colors and od a otii liaiKti tl in tie i-i
tni.iiesi decree 01 an. luti-i ra 1111: u.i: e
l eare s .-cvrn ak 01 .Mini. e
sjiaietl n expense iu im " card. Ihey . 1
simply utl ari-eui.s. tun oui, ..i.u n.is uea
lo puoiisti llie finesi cartis el s;:oi,. Appi
catioin-tin tlieiu have come 111 t ranittly lli.ti
nearly tne wliote eduiuit is eiig .i;ed beiore 1 it
leceipt by 11s uf tlte cards Iron tiie ai list. W
have therefore beeu olli:.tl lo adopt tlte lot
lowing plan tor llie tils. 1 iiiu: 1011 of tlte leinaln
der : ISo more ot the i;tlt Miakewpeare chhIh.
seveD in the serie., will tie sem except iun: Umi.
:tie receipt ui a riHieiiieni . rtm a grocer Ibat
ihe peoi'ii upiti Ii-k lor the cartis lian botui.l
ii ntni on iiiMUit) hi tea-si seven nars 01 lion-
bins' tlecli lc Isoap. wilh price paid for .ante
All BppiylLi: it) tins manner will receive ht
full ret of seven card, ciatts by mall. Tills
will insure u tliat nur friend' and palrona tei
liieir enure 01 tneae neauuuu aen.gn. miuiou
it in ii manner repav ns inr tne otxt of
oard. tour iircer ha. toe roup or will cet
una ine iurrtiae Dy you or .even Dar 01 it
you of .even bars of It
our time will secure for you cratls .even beau
t'.ful card. Tli to up lmpuve with itce and I
an article of neoe.r.y hi ynnr hou.e every
week. Tnerefor you are nt aaked t buy
uaelent article, but one that yon mint have
anyway. Please tend u your a: plication at
once, and tell your lady friends making "Card
Couecllon." to do the name.
I. L. CKAOUt eV CO.
i ne mi'.
t . t 1 1 . 1 1 lot I .
ittcne i'anKt; a.
1 io: s.t.ne b. l..y i.
pit).cri ol Com.
lt alifl'y a juiij.li!.
rceoveicti ny Cohno- & i.u.i.
tl. . ill I.UM. StlltTllt. .
l'latlsiuuui;:, .Nee., ilccentui i Jo
Dy virlue oi an execution. lsucd by V . C .
Mtowalli l. t leiK ol lm Ki-O ici t.i.uia. wiwn.i
ami loi t a-" County . .Nenra-Ka uiul m nit- di
rected. 1 wet on mi' Jisl oay 01 J.. nn.ily. A. l.
isti. at J o clock P. in. oi s.od ...t. al lue ouu.
iloor ol I ue Conn tlutise. in i..ilu Couuiy . sell a
I'ttblic Auction li.e lodowiUi; lci.1 ciale, 10
wii : mice i3. m kIock one nuutltt'u aim
icti ill i), iu tile . lay l.f I l.lllMIIOtllll, C'a.l !'..
.Seniasoa ; also, iocs one 1 1; and tio i;, bloc,
eleveuil.j; also, lots M-veu oj anil eilil i(ti,
l)lut'KlclteilJI, oung & Hayes' a lutiioii m
me Ci t'l alstioiuiii, itiw c m.niy . eoias
ka. lite s.tioe iicitig tevii'd upon ami oIki-h as
lliepo'pv'ly ol Cuait'ad lit tsei, deieudaui. I.
aiisiy a juumcnl ol sal t Court lecuveien b
a lialles till. Milan UnU Company, pl.allilllls.
I'lallsinoui ii, .eb., ijei eiiiot r .tot it. A. l In
1116 It. VV. llvt.KS, li.rilt v.an Co., Neb.
This U to give nonce that "llie I'lattsiuouln
Driving 1'arK Asoclalion" is an Iticatrpoiaieu
imili tloluj; business In 1'Iat isnioul.i, t ass Co.,
Neb. ; toe nature ot w men is. "lue purciiariiiK
ttoluiuu una liiiprovcinilii ol cerialu tloiuiusln
lu couuiy ol lavs, anal llie eieclton uud main
lainalice ol auilab.e uuiiuiiii,s ineieou, lor llir
put pose ol ahuiuilig me laiilltlcit ueces.sal lo
a ilrivt.i p.ti'iv. pie-iiiie grata itl or tur liie uu
al Co.oiiy t-'.tii' pat eosa'ai. 1 ue amount ol cae
ll.tl sloc-K ant not i.i U la J.jtK). one Hull paid I.,
ai time oi suuscnpooii ; lue tune ot com -uieiicctueul
ol said col potation, Is lue Slo day
ol Ja.itiaty. lsSn. ami lue leriiiiuaiiou tnereol.
ine Slu day ol January.' iJot. lue lulien
aitioutil ol indebtedness il sltall ever be liable
lor Is not lo exceed .hmj ; and the but-l-.esi. oi
In is corporal leu snail be conducted oy us Ties
blent, oecietary, and a board ol live directors,
in accordance wnn the uoiisiiititiuu uud by
laws iltereol, wlllctl are duty 11. ed.
. John A. llAcMuiieu v, ricsiueut.
All person interested in the Estate of Holt
en Latla Deceased are leiiuiied to appear be
lore tloii. S. S. round Juogv oi llio Dish lei
taturt ol llie Aecotid Judicial lt.smcl ot .Ne
UiasKa ill lite oliicc ol no- cleik ol lite Dftrici
court, ol Laucat-u-r couuiy in llie city of l.in
coia on Fndav llie i 'In day of t-'ebru .rv Issl
ul llie liuur ol one o'clock p in. ol said day. u.
snow cause way a license Miouid nol be at-alil
cd lo l.ev'1 ii. indd KinoUlan ol llie mliioi bells
ot i.oben l.tit.a Drccasi d. to si II all llie r tin
line and interest o J.iinex t.alt. Baiunel I-.
I.al la and Klnei I l.alla, minor liens ol Koi.eil
l.atla i-ictieased. Id ami lo llie .Null It West
yoallerls, V.?M't Mi lmll Nt. elt M Ii Ul; lb
louiisuip No. twelve ili illh of H.ni,i- Nij
twelve l.to-t ol nib 1. M. beln) flluale in I as
Couul), Acbia.sa LK 1 b. lt"DI.
I, u. u illuu ol the minor heirs ol t.obei l 1-all.i
a let eased
i;y c ii a I'M a.n & Matiikws. his AU'ys. 42tl
SAMl ki. Hai.i..
SKUA H. IlAHKKIt.
Hannah K. llAiibt.K
and J.C. Bono.
!Seba II. li nker and Hannah K. HalUer will
take notice lliaion llie 101 U d iy ol A'ikuhi
1 M.iniuol liail plainllll Herein liictl Ilia peal
lion ill lite I'lsli'icl c'ourl of t- i, County. Ne
liaia. against -aiil ftclta II. ll.uki t ami llan-
ii.ilt Ii. llaikcr ueieinlants ami Ilia! on iiecein
I i r :;ls,l lisn plaiutill nii-ti an ameiioetl peilin i.
HieielM inai.uii: J. C. lonil ilelciiil.nil. 1 lit
oliiect anil ni.ivcr ol said petiuon unit
anientieu peuiiou itte to loiectose n nioii.tr
execuletl uy 7t ua 11. iiarKer at.u iiaunan r.
HoWerlo .sainucl Hail ijcainn; caie llieHiii
ti.tv tl hepteniber 170, tor tiie sum ol three
litintireil tionara l-.u.n) unc one war auri
dale : lltat tlieie in now line on liie raid not
anil nioiiuaiie liie rum ol tiny l ttoliarr
l?:'.0Hi ami ten U) per cent, mleierl lr..in
iSepleiiilM'i &d. lsii- llatinlll lii'a.t Imi ad
cire mat ilcfenilaLiiH lie rcu'illeil In pa) tin
Maine or tne alil pieinlHen lie A.ail (o i-:iilr
fy llie aiiionnl tltii. I n les al'-leinlaiitH ativ:i
sant pent on in- rcqiiircil l) lau tiel.itdl lil !
eiileuu liicieull aloi ine nie iw n a hub,
Jan. 1. lsl. It. 1. wimiHUI.
Ail'y for piauii iff. 4J:1
To w'i.ui thin mau Cuneern:
Nonce is in nut Livrti I. at a corporaiion iiiik
tieeii ora.ozeii u. oler lite a uer.il I.iwii ol t
iiiaHiia. Itr Hie purpose ol itoina a unii i.i
uaiiKinis. loan auti iliscounl oumiici-s. aul mi
poiallon lo ne hiiimii ai
1st. l lie li.tnn oi iann autiiu v.
'.ti. The priii'.-ipai place oi iloii.ii rnirtines
-hnV. be in tiie city ol I'lallH.i.fUl.i, l ass t olin
3U. 1 o tlo a gener.it lianKuiR. loan anil ill
count business, inc.uiiiiia. tne ieieivn.tr -i
porils, ttiscountiiiK not- s. iil.icinu loans upon
necurtlv nleitlier leal or peisoa..! property
piircltafe antl Mile of I. mills, in tier in.iincip.il
conntv. Hl.tte or nailotiai anu siieli olner met
denial iiusiiiefft connecieti wnn a te.ieiai tianav
Inn liusiiiesx ics Is nsualiy tlone b iiankt
41 Ii. 1 lie canital sii K of llie coiporallou
cliall be tlMv tli..u inU tl illaot
To lie paid a foilowx :
Twenlv llt) tier cent lo lie paid upon t.ie or
i':o.ly:if ion of I ip eoriHiral ton : I till r V l:tOl ll
cent io be Haiti M it 1st. ami lite remabt
tier upon Ueniaiitl of ttie lloaid of Inrecltm
upon KlViiit; iniriy iju) uajs notice io inet-ioc
Sth. I he tl in- hi citinnieneeinent ol th
iiaidzatiou iliali be .f u nary 1st. 1KSI. and It run
.itiou .i.iniiaiy lsi. iixii.
in. ine Diiritet-i atnouni oi iti'ienLeiiii
that shall ne incurred til any one Mine sttall
llnrtv llitiilsatnl ( s.to.n mi .n.li.irs. (not iuelintln
ileiMinltn receiveii in tiie general course
t ansae! ion ol Us business )
Ttlt. 1 lie busiuci-s lite corporation tlia!l l
i-oinlucte l bv a tmar l ot direcior of noi lc--
titan five lrj nor more til in nine i9
A. I-.. I ol .A LIS.
K. d. V. if.
IHMH, II. 'v II
into i' dm: imx
lfr-:it It iii? . iiiuHlc-si.
It lrl re. into the syi
.ISO Iti A" K .
. e . l-c. 2 1 It. I S 1 ::l I
cNf J"theomi.yT X
Cure-i by AilMi... -.. ... ure'-av
!em curative itpe't''
ill-eased fajt. tTio
and liealit n iiietlicin-.
It l)rw ri-om the
pel-onn tliat eatt-e death.
1 noutnnjf icttlly t its virtue.
si Ynnpfln hpRp iovPrt nnpsiii
H I 1UUUUU UU 11U1IU! UlitL UUIUU.
- I Dont deapalr urtll mi have tried th Rensible.
r.aiiy applied ana Kadlrally KHectoal
Sold by MrnBlMs or writ by tnatl a-vn receipt
o pnee. wk. vy
u "Only" lm Pal Co., ona Tts "Only" L!
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"Three Mil- Wrnhtm Blnek. nev Pad Ak wi!l(am '
Hon a Year," OKTIIOIT, Slleh. for it and take - MKT
baultwe. Wly oooijj.r. sy 1 ,
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. ill be given.
, he last. Friday a!
rel. At (5 1
tl Sat ui day
eeli t it. til'
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j Grove, Neb
WAL.R J EN KIN
llaviiitt opciieil a N'.'w 'iinre at the atmv
1 call attention niv 'lock, and ask tin
imli.oti.ia.'wtsXJJ: I ilem s a. -il llie
i ubiic fuNfWeTtjl
Dry G:cd3, Groceries
I'itnVairc Wooden wan
ami Cciicr.il (Jumln of all tnirtn.
CHEAP JD GOOD
Call and see our Mock U'vre joi.
34ly Walti u Jknkixs
oixia ki:.:. i:imiMu
(rotnl Tinner a'ways mi h.iuil. Itepaii
dotif neatly, promptly and ehiapy.
Kave-iroimhiuit umi l.aotiiiK ao
doue to ortler.
Kelnetnt crtlie inline Hi d place, 1!; V I ,
mill It. nil. Ncliritskrt. 31 .
Palace Barber Shop.
t'lith r Frank CuriutU'it crw Jei-!r M.
At COLD BAT1
GLEAN NEW PLAC
mid now If the tunc to get
It A V I.I) Ml AM I'OOKI) U A i !'.
or iut tiling el!e in the tonsorlal way.:
John Boone's New rh
Corner Maiu itnd Flflll Street',
PlattHUiou'h, - - p Velini
Is inatle finni a S.iuv?71?'?? '
Value an. I im a 4'
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a-es if Wiirpri. 9
ary ttiaiis by weari
pad. - ; 1
it I. a MARVEL of IlKAl.lM. '
Simple, Sensible. -f
Painless, Povv ;
Itri'KI'.s where ail eUe fallt.
'on and Krviilolion in Mn
tlcn or direct Hprilleattatn-. eiA
l.faemry lnterual medicine. -treMIe
o Kldaey trouble'. Ken
druggists, or ne.itt by mail, 011 r
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