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'-'it. -Jf .;:. s u hue. Itegular advents-
i p i in-. No advcriiaemuiil iustrt-
.1 St;tt;:H fate.
: i:. ;- ji-.-i ouiecrs ,f the law will b neld
.' f !ca:J notions they hand in,
.1 :tif -'feionling a proof of puhliea-
. . :, v i i- will L ,vcld for the iublica-i.-e
v. si. eh notice.
POM Ml! N ICAYHlNS.
' ?:.'. i-. bu.i'.cd, coremunleaMons
n.Jl li i to the point, with no waste
i". ; j.
; 1...TIS ;e iioits-ihle for the correctness
... j., ....j,. . matter and paid Le-
Any !i iu.M who lakes the paper rezul.-irl)
:'n i..K-i.:".!ri. whether directed to ins
oi w i. tl:er he H a ml'scnoer or no m
", .. f. r t tie pay.
' ll i iv .I onion Mi p-ipcr discontln
n I. ),.- i , "i-t :..ty all arrearages, or tlie publish
v?i m i chnuie to send it until payment is
niai:.-.' and collect tbe whole amount, whether
Hie miier is riKoa from the oittee or not.
3. 1 he Courts have decided that refusing to
tstke iimv-i. iprrs and periodicals from the post
oflice or truioving ud leaving tueui uncalled
for. in' (iriina facit evidence of imtkntIonal
FKA U 1.
Weilnp.V.ay, July 13th.
Those -i;;;irs were "'boss," Joe.
Iluherts sells wall paper. Mtf
And now comes the circus.
Gen. Weaver is to speak in Wahot
The Tiiermometor Rot up to 101
Extra Rubbers for fruit jars at
J. M. HoU rls'. 16t2
Quil a number went down to
Lincoln tin? Fourth.
Who ever saw a bright moon-light
night on t lie l-ourti.i
"Remember Clark, the sweet
singer, Friday evening.. .
Fruit Jars and extra Rubbers for
sale, at J. M. Roberts'. 1G12
McLennan says he dau't want any
more fire-works in hi
Just received, a new invoice of
Fans at F. Herrmann's. It2
A lew Directories for sale at
this olllcc- or J. 1. Young's.
Lots of things tins week and
next. Ri a.l short notices.
It is wonderful how much lemon-
ade can be drank on the 4th July.
A few more Linen and Cambric
Suits left at F. llerrm aim's. 16t2
There were only three dances
Mondav n it'll t. not much for a hot
The copy is in the hands of the
printers for Cass County Fair Pre
mium List, and will be out by the
Drug3 -the largest stock at J. M
i Ol U11ACU Nllilia ivuun
Drug Store. 5Uf
- Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every
day, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
and Third. 1'Jtt
Cioft. Eikenbaiy has bought out
W. Agnew, and the firm is Jones &
Eikenhary. More next week.
I sell the best and cheapest boots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf Pet eii Mecoes.
The dance on the grounds the
Fourth was said to be immense. One
vouiicr woman never missed a net all
Head Quarters for C. uoup'a
Circus and Hippodrome, "July 13th,
1831. at Solomon & .Nathans uiam-
The news of the President's and
the people's misfortune have crowded
out and shortened all locals, until
next week, we can't ac o::)pli.-di im
possibilities. The ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will hold a lawn party at Mrs.
Tlios. Pollock s Tuesday evening, July
12th. All are invited to come and en
By loeal notices in another col
vmm it will be seen that Kaliskv tfc
:Son, of the Great Red Store will re
mov.' to Goldintr's new buihlinir
Ail those wishing icecream will
do well to call on Mr. Holischneider
at his new ice cream garden where yon
will be served with ice cream
lemonade &e., of the very best. 1
The ladies of the M. E. Church
will hold a social at the residence of
Mr. E. Davis, to-morrow, Friday even
ing, July 8th. All are cordially in
vited to attend. A good time guar
All persons buyinp- Ten Dollars
tvnrth n f poods will be entitled to
a ticket including all the great shows,
rome and see us. e mean business.
SOLOMOX Jt NaTIIAX.
The 4lh of July was a good day
for soda water. Smith, Black & Co.
were kept busy from the Ume the
tig sign crowned the ad. wagon going
down street until late at night, selling
1236 glasses, more or less.
If we had the proof-reading on
Bush's head and mustache during his
late cut, we should have found many
prriiri." "outs and "erasures ; we
don't know but what we should have
"marked" tha whole thing as "dele."
A sad accident at Lincoln inter
lered with the festivities the 4th. A
cannon which was being fued on the
Capital grounds burst, instantly kill
inga lit'.le boy, son of Mr. Newcorab
and bally v j-i i r m?m n insd
Thiebaut a.-;d Reynolds, tearing off an
arm of eacii. Another parts named
Squires w:is also hurt.
Last wek Tuesday night the rain
a.nd wind sforra which here was only
a moderate one wa3 of such violence
at Omaha, that the evening train to
Plattsmou. h had to be abandoned and
a number of the parties who had gone
ip expecting to return, after being
thoroughly drenched reaching the
depot, were obliged to return to a
hotel and put up for the night. The
ladies of the party think there is one
gentleman in Plattsmouth who is par-
ticularly good in assisting those in
"Miss Herrmann has been quite ill
for several days.
Mrs. IJyron Clink spent the Fourth
at her old home.
Prof. R. F. Miller called Saturday
on the IIekald.
Mr. Mushizer of 111. takes the Her
ald, so Dr. lilack says.
S. It. Ilawley. our fifer the Fourth
comes from Ind., is here temporarily,
and we are indebted to him for some
good music in his line. '
Miss LUlie Pollock finished her
school at Centre Valley, and returned
home in time for tho Fourth.
Samuel At wood has bought out the
interest of C. II. Parmele in the firm
of Raker & Co.. and it will be Baker &
Ballance left last
iug for Michigan
called there by the
death of their
Mr. Frank Ilager of Creston, was
over to spend this Fourth with his old
friends in Plattsmouth. Come again,
Frank, we are always glad to see your
phiz, on ur streets.
Mrs. Vf. W. Wiley orders a copy
of the IJeuald for three months to
Miss Dove Wiley at Cheyenne where
sL informs us Miss Wilwy has been
successful in getting a large class in
Wc received two papers from or
old acquaintance, W. B. Wright, who
is now editor f the Fall River Daily
IIekald, Mass. Mr. Wright must
have a penchant for Heralds; he came
very near owning the Neb. IIekald
Miss Carrie Bennett returned from
SpringQeld, Dakota, last Thursday, to
spend her vacation tit home. She wa3
accompanied by Mr. Austin, private
secretary of the Bishop of that Dio
cese, who was on his way east, but re
mained over the 4tii.
next Wednesdav Re-
-The Ladies of St. Luke's Guild
rill urive a sociable at the residence
o. iUrs. . ninKie next ween; itiurs
tlay evening a week from to night.
-w tr vr i t i ri
AH are cordially invited to attend
-A new lot of Vermicelli, Point
Ruste, Torchon and other Laces just
received at F. Herrmann's. 10t2
GREAT BARUAINS INDEED,
GREAT RED STORE. ICtf
Miss O'Keefe desires to an-
nounce that she has removed ner
summer stoc k of goods to Weeping
Water, but that she will reopen with a
FINK I.AKGi: STOCK
in the early fall, when she hopes to
see all her old customers and give
them better-satisfaction than before.
GREAT 11 EI) STORE
will move into the new
ICtf on or about the twentieth inst.
Prof. Chamberlain of the Lincoln
school of Elocution is in the city for
the purpose of organizing a class for
a term of lessons during this month.
Prof. Chamberlain conies well recom
mended and thoe wishing to learn
the art of Oratory will never have a
Previous to our removal to the
NEW GOLDIXG HOUSE,
we shall continue to offer
GOODS OF EVEIIY KfXi LOW Ell THAN
Etery person who ever traded at
GlfEAT RED STORE
will know what we mean by
loice-r than ever ' ICtf
Our '!Vaehrs Next Year.
Principal, C. M. Des Islets, of Albia,
Iowa. Assistant, Mrs. Love.
B. F. Miller, 2d and 3d Intermediate
Mrs. Bowen, 1st Intermediate.
Miss Blymyer, 3d Primary; Miss Ol
ive Gass and Miss Ida Goodell, 2d Pri
mary; Miss Ursula Wiles, 1st Primary
Miss MedoraSmith, new department
Mis. French, 1st Ward; Miss Samp
son, 2d Ward; Miss Worden.4th Ward
TWEXTV YARDS FOR OXE DOLLAK.
at the GREAT RED STORE. ICtf
One of those beastly occurrences
which no community can prevent, oc
curred the Fourth in almost broad
daylight, on the open ground near
Capt. Butts' residence. The parties
were the woman Walton and two fel
lows named Dawson and Maley
They were arrested and punished; no
further particulars are necessary, and
we oniy anuue to me iact rosnow mat
crime cannot cro unpunishetL. here
while our officers are as vigilant as at
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! !
e - at the
GREAT RED STORE
we are just slaughtering away to keep
from moving them to the
NEW G9LDIXG BUILDING
which we are ahoid to occupy. ICtf
All parties indebted to the under-
signed on old bill arc- requested to
pay up within the next thirty clays
or their accounts will be turned over
to an oflk-er for collecting.
Rout. R. Livingston.
Julv 7th 1SS1. '
THE GREAT RED STORE
before spending any more nioaey. 16'. f
The members of all the commit
tees who were engaged in preparing
for the 4th of July celebration wil
meet at the Court House on Satur
day evening, July 9th, at eight
o cIoc& r. M. and those committees
which had mono- to disburse for the
celebration will be expected to ren
der their account of the money ree'd
and paid out, accompanied hy vouch
ers r.nd receipts for all money ex-
peuded. D. II. "N heeler
Chairman Com. Gen. Ar'g't
- i .
July 6th, 18S1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts desire
to return thanks to some unknown
friends for a delightful and appropri
ate serenade ou Saturday evening last.
Joe informs us, on the square that the
music was Superb; and the intent of
the singers together with the moon
light which mingled without a note of
discord in the melody, aided by tle
slight circumstance that they had
been married a few nights before all
tended to beautify and soften the har
mony to such an extent that he doubts
at this moment whether his melodious
visitors were ef this mundane sphere
or dropped from tho comet streaked
regions above on this (as Frank
Stadter once said) suspicious occasion.
Be that as it may, and wre they from
heights above ordepthsbelow.the kind
ness of the visit and the delightf illness
of this kind of a charivari contrasts so
favorably with ether experiences
that they feel as if some return should
be mad and that is why "this
Mr. Henry Stork, the cattle man
who was so terribly injured by falling.
from the bridge some four months
ago was sufficieatly recovered to be
removed to his home near Tekamah,
Burt County, last week Thursday. He
was carried from hotel to depot on a
stretcher. Mr. Stork had a long
weary time of it, lying upon his back
for fourteen or fifteen weeks, with
both legs broken, but we hope his
worst trial is now past.
James G. Clark,- the original Ballad
Singer of America will be at the M. E.
Church ' on Friday July . 8tU
Tickets 25 cents, children 15 cents
)oors open at 7 p.m.
Concert Tins Evening.
The concert this evening by the pu
pils of Mrs. and Miss Simpson will oe
given in the dining ball of Guthman's
new hotel, earner Third and Main
streets, instead of Golding's hall as an
nounced last week. Admission twen
ty-five cents. m
VOSRiJIiGIt ELSTEtt. At the residence of
Mr. Mary Look, in Centre l'recinct. June a).
liwi. bv Kev. C. F. Gravei. pastor of the Con
gregational Church at Weeping Water, ilr.
ZUllAY . OSBDKOH ana MBS. A1AKY
Elstek, ail of C'aes County, Nebraska.
There was a quiet wedding, only relatives of
the family being present. The many friends of
the bride here will w inh the happy couple all
success and prosperity in life.
MARSHALL rKTKKSOJi. At the parsonage
of the M. E. Church, in this city, Julv 5. 181
bv Itev. John Gallagher. Mh. Joski'h Mar
shall, and Miss Alma 1'KTKKSOJi, hoth of
.Louisville, tins county.
EANARD KOBEUTS. At the resideueeof
Mr. E, lletidricks, hy Rev G. K. Murray, June
2. 1851. Mit. William J. Kanakd and Miss
Sarah F. Uoiskrts, all of Three Groves,
Cass County. Nebraska.
EODEKIS DON ELAN. In this city.
day, June 30. lSSl, ly Chaplain
Mr. JomkI'H M. Uoiikkts and Mus
. A LLI K
The wedding was strictly private, although
many warm friends of the bride and groom
aware of the intended marriage, most
heartily and cineerely wished the newly mar
riJ pair the greatest success and happiness ;
among which pleawe couut the Herald an sev
If you are tired taking the large
old-fashioned griping pills, and are
satisfied that purging yourself till you
are weak is not cooa common sense.
then try Carter's Little Liyer Pills and
learn how easy it is to be free from
Biliousness, Headache, Constipation,
and all Liver troubles. These little
pills are smaller, easier to take and
give quicker relief than any pill in use,
lortyina vial. One a dse. Price
25 cents. Sold by Smith, Black & Co.
A house and lot situated on the
N. E. corner of Granite and Seventh
sts. The house is li story ; contains
five rooms and a. pantry, is almost
new ami in good -condition. Price
$1000; $000 cash and balance in one
year. For laitlier information en
mure of I). II. Wheeler it Co. Afft
If you are tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's
Little Liver Pills and take some com
fort. A man can't stand everything,
One pill a dose. Sold by Smith, Black
& Co. -
A few more bargains in my clos
ing out stock; don't delay if you want
i number one instrument at a verv
low lisure. James Pettek, ac;'t.
Carter's Little Liver pills have no
equal as a prompt and positive cure
for bick Headache, Biliousness, Con
stipation, Pain in the Side, and all
Liver troubles. Trv them.
Left by Mistake.
Left at Dovey's store about June
25th, a pair of calf sewed boota, name
on sole; said boots have been taken by
mistake, probably, and if left at Ba
ker & Cos. store a suitable reward
will be paid by the ownei.
1 G. T. Sn RYDER.
The liver is the organ mst 3peed
liy disordered uy malarial poisons
Ayer's Ague Cure expels these poisons
from the system, and js a most excel
lent remedy for liver complaints.
Ladies should know that Ayer'a
Hair Vigor is a superior and econo
mical dressing, ii lias uecorae an in
dispensable article for the toiiet.
Every person during July and
August should take three doses of the
Big Blood and Liver Medicine Dr,
Marshall Bromoline. Fifty cents a
It is the bst remedy of the kind
the largest bottle, the cheapest in
price and is known as the Big Blood
and Liver Cure. He mean Dr. Mar
i -- i -
snans jjromoiine. .Druggists are
No Hospital cded.
No palatial hospital needed for Hop
Luters patients, nor lanre salaried
talented puffers to tell what Hop Bit
ters will do or cure, as they tell their
-own story by their certain and abso
late cures at home.
A Difficult Problem Solved.
Amtition, competition and over-ex
ertion use up the vital powers of men
and women, so that a desire for stim
ulauts seems to be a natural human
passion, and drunkenness prevails on
account of this necessity for bodily
and mental invigoration. Parker's
Ginrer Tonic fairly solves the dilicult
problem, and has brought health and
happiness into many desolate homes
It does not tear down an already de
beliated system, but builds it up "with
out intoxicating. Enquirer. See oth
er column. I6t5
THE WONDERFUL SUCCESS OF V. '
C. COUP, THE FAMOUS Nil OH MAN.
Interview with a Circus 3Ian W ho
Tells all about the cireat Show ami
all the Other Shows.
Frank J. Pilling, general advertis
ing agent for W. C. Coup s monster
shw and great Paris hippidrtme,
dropped into the Herald ftice on
aso Wednesday. Mr. ruling is au
old newspaper man; bis heart warms
to the fraternity, and ho com
municates information readily.
"How many circuses are there on
the road now?" the Reviewer in
quired of Mr. Pilling.
"There are less than a dozen, was
the answer.' "There's W. C. Coup's
show, Forepaugh's, the so-called Bar-
num show of Bailey !c Hutchinson,
Bun Robins & Colvin, -Sells Brothers,
the Inter-Ocean of Bachelor & Dorri?,
Old Jhn Robinson, Van Ambergh,
the Pacific circus, Shelby, Pullman
& Hamilton, John II. Murray and
Shelby & Sand."
"At a fair estimate, how mucn
money is interested in mese enter
"Over three minion nouars.
"How old a man is Mr. Coup?"
"He is 43 years' old."
"How did he come to go into the
"I'll tell you: in 1870 he was living
in Wisconsin, and there met Dan Cos-
tello, who was running a boat show
on the lakes. Mr. Coup was in the
cheese business. He built the first
cheese factory ever in Wisconsin. He
also established a National bauk at
Delevan. Well, he saw money in
Costello's show and went in as a part
ner, gaing alwng to look after the bus
iness and in one season succeeded in
making $30,000. He had a menagerial
head on him you see; was born a
showman. He went to :ew xoik
with his head full of plans, and saw
Barnum, and proposed to him to es
tablish a bigger show than ever ueiore
attempted. Barnum fell in with his
plans at once, and in 1S7;J was put on
the road the Great World's Fair,
owned by Barnum & Coup, and man
aged by W. C. Coup, mat was a
wagon show and oniy sioppeu at wie
largest places. It made a mint ot
mney. In the winter of 1872, while
talking to Barnum, Mr. Barnum said
to Coup that he was getting too old to
travel. Mr. Coup then proposed to
put a show on the Tailroad. Mr. Bar
num said it was the very thing and
the railroad show was built. Mr. Bar
num's health gave out and he went
to Europe, leaving Mr. Coup in full
management. WhileIr. Barnum was
in Europe Mr. Coup got to thinking
over a plan for a larger and more
novel show feature than the country
had ever seen. The hippodn rue bus
iness came into his mind, and he con
cluded to build a hippodrome in New
York. He called his plans m full to
Barnum, anil asked if he would join
him; Mr Barnum cabled back, "no,
expense too great;" Mr. Coup again
cabled "if you will not join, I will
build myself and carrv on in my own
name. When Jiarnum get mat no
cabled back: "I will join yu if you
will call it Barnum's hippodrome, and
allow nobody to know that any one
else has any interest in it;' Mr. Coup
was to have a silent partnership, lie
stipulated . that he was to have full
sway and run the enterprise himself.
There s where Mr. Coup made a grand
mistake. He should have gone into
the hipuodrome alone, and had he done
so, he would have made ten million
"In Chicago three weeks ao we took
in 8,000 more thn was taken in by
the hippodrome in 1S75, being the
biggest show week Chicago ever saw".
"What does it cost to run your
show ?" inquired the Reviewer.
It will take me some time to ten
This 13 the hrst time in me History or
the world that a hippodrome has been
combined with a museum, menagerie
and circus. The hippodrome tent is
without exceptionr the largest in the
world, being capable of seating 14,000
people. You may judge when I men
tion a few figures. We have employed
in connection with our monster es
tablishment, 500 men and women, 475
horses, 14 principal advance agents
21 assistant agents, 3 advertising
cars, 46 bill posters, 1 elephant car, a
bands of music, 100 musicians, 100
cages and chariots, 100 principal per
formers, 200 auxilliaries, 3 circus
rings, or four including the ring in
the vast hippodrome, which is nearly
nearly half a mile round.
"You can hardly form any estimate
of the cost, but I am safe in saying
that it is not far from half a million
ef dollars. Our performers number
over 100, and if I should, as many do,
call all our supernumeraries I could
claim 1000 as the tournament in
which every nation en earth- is repre
sented in their particular costumes
and elegant court dresses fully attest.
Our salary list in the rigs
alone amounts to fully 1,000 more
than any show that was ever organ
ized. Our canvass men average
about S40 a month each, including
three "bosses". We have fifty more
than any other show in existence, and
they are usually paid SIS; the differ
ence in salary alone, exclusive
of board, would be 0,000; adding
(iicit n v u lia . v t - - - - - r-
jard, $1 per d iv for each man (of
3 we are speaking now of labor?
course we are speal
ing men) in camp the tenting season
being thirty weeks or 210 days and
wo have 810,500. Let this apply also
to the grooms and th aame fig
ures are a fair estimate. Salary,
SC.300; board $10,000. Add to this 20
canvas and property meo for dressing
room, which is about the average
number of men used by other shows
for all tents, and we give you figures
of some proportions, 55,600 and $4,200.
Closing Up I
Mrs. Swarts will close hr Millinery
Store on account of hot weather and
poor health, for two months, opening
again on the first of September.
Goods sold very cheap this week.
Call at once and get bargains.
Farmers Take Notice.
If you want to buy any Harvesting
Machinery, such as Reapers, Harves
ters. Selfbinders and Headers, you will
find the best assortment very cheap at
15t2 Fred G order's.
Ruffuer & Black
Have just received a full car load of
Buckeye Reapers and Mowers; they
have a few not yet soil. Come quick
if you want one. I5t2
A GOOD HEADER
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Apply to Jno. C. Eisele
wo miles south east of Cedar Creek.
J. N. Wise.
Negotiator of mortgage loans, on
improved farm property. Terms rea
F. S. White is now delivering Ice daily
to customers at remarkably low prices.
Call or leave orders at his store, on
Main St. lOtf
JLonoy to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J.W.Jennings,
3loney te Loan.
Money to loan on Real Estate, at 9
per cent interest, tf D. II. Wheeler.
Employment for Ladies. The
Queen City Suspender Company, of
Cincinnati, are now .manufacturing
and introducing their new Stocking
Supporters for Ladies aud Children,
and their unt-qualed Skirt Suspenders
for Ladies. None should be without
them; our leading physicians recom
mend them, and are loud in ther praise.
These goods are manufactured by la
dies who have made the wants of la
dies and children a study, and they ask
us to refer tht-m to some reliable and
energetic lady to introduce them in
this county, and we -certainly think
that an earnest solicitation in every
household would meet with a ready
response, and that a deiermined wo
man could make a handsome salary
and have the exclusive agency for this
count y. We advise some lady who is
in need of employment to send to the
Company her name and address, and
mention this paper. Address Queen
City Suspender Company Nos. 147 &
149 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati,
For the best staple and
groceries in Plattsmouth go to
The best and cheapest,
' The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb. 5t6m
F. Beaumeister now
ALDERNEY BULL, "WELLINGTON,"
No. 1937, dropped January 4th, 1373,
Hire, Kentucky, 2d, 753; grandsire,
Kentucky 628. From imported Tran
sit, bred by H. S. Durand, Wis., which
it will be reiufirfbered Chaplain
Wright brought here last year. This
bull is a thorough-bred Alderney. or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this summer at Mr. Beauraeister's
place north of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the. use
of such an animal sluuld call and see
J. F. Beaumeister.
Stock from a distance, pastured free
of charge after the first of May. 52tf
Rheumatic Cure, an internal medi
cine warranted a safe, certain and
speedy curj for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Lame Backs, Pains in the side,
Stomach, Kidneys, &c, &.c. Smith,
Black & Co. have sirtd over one hun
dred bottles in the last tvo months
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Senlegei & memann s,
opposite F. 0.
AGKXTS AM) CANVASSERS
Make from to fi."0 ner week srlling
goods for E. ;. lUDhoU r & CO.. lo Rarclay
Mn-et, New York. -1
Send for their Catalogue and t.rnis.
Dr. Black's Rheumatie Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than any
other kind thrown upon the market in
the shape of oils and liniments, it is
warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A
D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf
If you want to buy or sell city proper
ty of any kind
If voa want to buy or sell a farm of
If vou want money with farm lands
to secure it call on
Will S. Wise,
4Gm5 Fitzgerald Block.
It 31 list Be So.
For all who use Brown's Pepsin
Tonic say it is a sure cure for Dys
nensia and sick Headache. Try it.
For sale by all Druggists in Platts
mouth and East Plattsmouth.
repsin. Rhubarb, .Mandrake & Gentian
Are the active ingredients of
Brown's Pepsin Tonic. Give this
wonderfnl Dyspepsia remedy a trial
and be cured. For sale by all drug
gists in Neb.
Brown's Yegetable Liver Pills
Are a sure cure for Liver Complaint,
Constipation and Biliousness. i or
sale by all Druggists in the West.
Brown's Blackberry and Ciager
Should be in every house during the
heated season. It never fails to cure
Diarrhoea, Dvsentery and Choler
Morbus. For sale by J. II. Buttery.
Smith, Black & Co., O. F. Johnson and
J. M. Robert , Plattsmouth, "J. V.
Painter, East Plattsmouth.
Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire of D. D, Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. 13tf
Come and See
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, eood and nice at Merges-. 4tf
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass count-, wiil be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
cust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day jn March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday, in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
At Elmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
E. II. Wooley, "
A WEEK. .?la da' at home easily iu:id
CoitIv outfit, free. Address, 'I ti-.K. ii. Co.
Augusta. Maine. 4Ly
JNO. BOHS & SOU, Pros'rs,
N. W. CORNER MAIN' AND sKCOND STU'S.
Near C. & M. P;ts-i".;ser Depot.
1 1a TXS M o t :t 1 3 , 1" 1 J H V S K A
Xewly reGtted and furnished throughout. Af
fording au excellent view of tlie 11. 11 Bridge
It is conveniently loeatt d, especially for the
Tlie tables always supplied witlHtu best of
n connection with the house. I-imcli baskets
filled at all hours. Tenua reasonable. Stf
Those unhappy persons who suffer
from nervousness and dyspepsia,
should uso Carter'sLittle Nerve Pills,
which are im.d ; expressly for s epless
nervodV, dyspeptic sufferers. Price 23
cents. For sale by Smith, Black & Co.
To Whom it may Concern. "
Alt persous hoMin? warrants drawn on the.
Cicneiiil Fund of Cax County. Nelraka, and
endorsed. "1'resented and Uft paid for want Of
funds." or in words of eiinilur import, are here
by notified tliut there is cash In the treasury of
:'iid County for the payment of the same ;-suid.
further, that imercxt win cease on all fucli
warrants 011 and after the first day of Septem
l'.y order of the Commissioners of said County
J. Jl. 1'ATTKitsox. Treasurer.
riaftsmourh, Ni b., June 2:, 18S1. - I5t5
Rv ii tue of Order of Sale issued hy W. C
Showaltcr, CI. rk of the litrict Court wiiliiu
ind for C'u.- Cotiniy. Nebraska, and lo me di-
lfrlt il. 1 will, on tiieiitli day of Auut, A. 1.
1-1. at 11 oVloek a. m. of raid dav, at the f outli
door of the Court Hore. in said County, sell
at Public Auction the foilov in Leal EMate.to
wit: l"he V. est lialt w1,! of the Noiih West
quarler lnwl4 of ei'Uou twelve 12J, in town
ten lluj, north of range nine . Eat, eontaiu
iu emhly ly.ij acreOneluilin;-; nil f the ap
purtenances, l lie same uein" levicil upon anu
taken as the properly of J lin Kindt, defend
ant, to eaiisfy a judgment of said Court recov
ered by Zaeiianah E, Clause and James V.
ri.iusmolltll. Nel., June 20t Ii. A. I). J SSI.
15tj R. V. Uvkiw, Slienll Cass Co., Neb.
To all whom it. huiu Cmurrn:
1 he eoinini-'saiiier appointed to survey and
Iocan a county road commencing at the quar
ter (U) .-cctioif corner on the south side of sec
tion twenty-three t'J3), in township twelve (12)
north of ranye thirteen (13) east cixth princi
pal meridian runniii!; thence norili on the
tiiiarttr v'i i section line one and three nuarter
(l '.t tulles to l.ie south east corner id the north
east nuai ti r C4l of the north west quarter Ct
ot Kectson tourtcen (in, same tow n anu rane
a above. To vacate all that portion of road
number one hundred and Mxty-ihree ld3 ou
the line dividiut; the east half Ci) of the west
hall ('t) of the north wet quarter (') of the
east lialtT'-t) oft lim west Halt Ci) of the outh
west quarter (.i) of section lourtcen (H), in
town twelve 1. range thirteen (13) has re
ported in favor otthe location and vacation
thereof.-and all objections thereto or claims
for damaires. must be tiled in the County
Clerk's othec, on or before poon ou the 1st ilay
of September A. 1. l.vil, or Mich road will be
Vacated and located vwuionl relerer.ee inert to.
. J. 1. TL'TT,
15(5 County Cleik.
Notice is lit rchv Liven that bids will be re
ceived for the con-truction of five (5) or more
Pile hiiilires. raiiKins from twenty (2ti) to sixty
(00) feet in length (the same to be of the name
general character as the bridges built dming
the past vear) up to noon ot the VJ any tl
August. 1881. The Commissioner:) reserve the
right to reject anv or all bids. 1
Bv order of County Commissioner,
icto J. 1). Tutt, County C lerk.
To all whom U may concern :
The section lino road petitioned for bv
Charles l'hilpot et al. coiiimcneitq; at the south
west corner ot m'ciiou iweniv-thiee liit. town
ship eleven, (11). range twelve 112, i mining
thei.ee e.i-t between i-ectiou i wenty-mree s
mil twenty-six 2ti. and twenty-four 121
ind twenty-live. I'Ji! same town and range anil
terminating at the south east corner of sec
tion twenty-four 24. township eleven. Ill,
ro.nl twelve 1 12, and all objections thereto or
claims for damages, niUft be tiled in the
County Clerk's olllce, on or ucfure noou uu the
th dav of August. A. I. lsst or Mich road
wiil be opcnVd without reference thereto.
.1. 1. 1 l IT,
1415 County Clerk.
rublic notice is hereby given that the nnder-
figned purchased at public tax sale on the ire th
day of November, IsTU, and at the County
Treasurer" otiioe in the City of riutt'iiiouth.
County of Casii, and State of Nebraska, and
separately- in tracts of forty acres. the
lollow iug described lands lor tne taxes oi is,.s
The south half ls!i) of section thirty (see :;o)
township ten (til), range twelve (1J,1, ta::ed as
All in Cas County, Nebraska, ami east of the
Gtli rriue.ipal Meridian. lam still the holder
of the Cert i Heat "s of sale of t lis above described
lauds, and unless redemption therefrom is
made within two years from the date of tne
above said sale, at the expiration of which said
two years, the time of redemption will expire,
application will be made to the Treasiirer.of the
above said Cnunfy of Cass for a tax need there
on. S. N. MKliKIAM.
June :;, IsM. Itiio
rublic notice i hereby given that the under
signed purchased at ptiiilit; lax s.iie on i ne 1:11 u
day of Nov.. Is7:, ai d a! tlie County 1 reasurer's
olliee. in the City t-l i'lattsmoiitb. County of
Cass, and Slide (if N'ebiarka. and Fcpara'cly bi
tracts of forty acres or less, the loil..wing
described Janus for I he taxes of 17S. to-wit :
Lot i'.ve (a) in the. couth east quarter (se, ) of
the i.ortli west quarter (nw'i) of si-cti.ui :2
township 12, range '.. 2 a' tcs, ihxim to ;. .
Schnc lihackt r.
Ixit sixteen (loi in the south nv-t quarb-r
(sw?4 1 of the nort h east quarter ("'-' 1 of seel ion
liftee-i l." la township 12. ranye V, eoi.taiim g
20 acres, taxed to II. Fuller.
The north east quarter (iie;.j) of the i-outli
east quarter (se!4) oi seen -n 2i, town.-:lit 12,
ine nortn nan (iv) ot tne norm west quar
ter (nw1.!) of section tl ; lot 2 in the noitn west
quarter (nw'.i) of tlie north wet quarter (nw 'O
and tne noiui e.isi quarter u'.e'i) oi me souin
west quarter i sw ) oi sect ion !) and lot V in t he
south west quarter (sw1) of the north east
quaru-r (ne1.!) of section i. nil in township 12
and range lo. taxed as non-resident. "
'1 lie north east q 11:11 ter 1 ne1.,) of section 8. the
north east quarter tne'. jl of section : nnd the
stmt h cast quarter (se'H) of section 21, all in
tnwi.sl.:,) l; range V, and taxed as 11011-res-iden:
The rout '.1 w -t quarter (sw-i4l of the north
east quarter (ceU of section 31 and the too n
west quarter (sw 'i) of t-eetion si, both in tow n
ship 1 1. range 11. and taxed as uon-resirieiit.
All ia Cass County. Nebraska, and cast of the
f.th 1'riie-ipal Meridian. I am slid the holder of
the -.! iiiicates of sale id the above described
land. a:::! unless rcdemptioni therefrom t
mad-! v.ii bin two yeais from the date of the
above said sale, at the expiration of which said,
two yc. i . the time of redemption will expire,
application will be made to the Treasurer of the
above .-aid County of Cass, for a tax dfed there
on. S. N". Mkkkiam.
June 2JI, Itssl. . I4t3
l'ublie notice is hereby given that the under
signed purchased at public tax sale on the 2nth
tlay of November, 187!), and at the County
Treasurer's oflice, in the citv of I'lattsmouth.
County of Cass and State of .Nebraska and sep
arately in tracts of forty r.e.ren or less, the fol
low ing described lands for the taxes if 1S7S,
to-wit : -
Lot l." in the south east quarter (seU) of the
sHsithwest quarter (sw) ef section twelve (12),
taxed to J. Crabtrce tand lots 16 aud 17 in the
south east quarter se1 of the south west
quarter sw- of section twelve 12, taxed as
non-resideut : all in township tweive lai.raiie
Lot 2 in the north east quarter ne'4 of the
north west quaiter nw of section live 3.
taxed to E. H. Eaton; and the south east
quarter seU of the north west quarter fnw '4j
of section live f5, the east half e'il of thw
fiouth west quarter sy of section five 5J, the-
souiii east quaiter isej or tue north west
quarter nw of section eight 8, th south
west quarter Isw'-il of section fifteen, the north
west quarter nwU I of section twenty-nine 2ti.
taxed us non-resident ; and all in township
ten 10, and range twelve 12.
The north east uqnrter ine-i1 of the south
east quarter sc1 of sect iu fourteen 141, the j
east nun ie; 01 ine souui east quancr iscm
of section twenty-three 'Sj the north half
n'i of the norili eat quarter neUl of section
twcuiy-tive 2",, the south west quarter sw!4
of seeiiou twentv-niae 2: : all taxed as non
resident ; and lot live r J m the south west
quarter sw .jl t f the north east quarter nCj,
ot section thnty-t wo I:'.-', taxed lo Win. Stad
tlleman. the north east quarter neh! of the
south ea-t tuiar'er e?.j of scct4on thirty-two
32. taxed to Solomon 'toltz ; all in tow nship
eleven 111, range twelve 112.
The west half wjj of the south west .quarter
sw 4 and the south east quarter se'4 1 of the
south west quarter sw '4 of section three .;.
taxed to Chiist Met.ger ; and tlie north half
n',1 of the south west qu '.iter s',, of see
tiou four 1, taxed as noiv-resident : all i.i
township'twelve 12. rar.;re twelve 1 12'..
The 3011th wpst uuai ter (sw'l of the north
east quarter ueVtf and the north west quarter
Inw ' 4 1 of the soutU east quarter fse1., of sec
tion thirty-one 31 . and tiie west half w'i of
the south west quarter sw1, of section thirty
two, all in township ten lnj, range thirteen l.ij.
all taxed as non-resident.
Lot three 31 in the north east qnai ter rittU
of the north east quarter IneM of section six
t;J. taxed to Samuel Chambers: the south
west quarter sw '4 of the south east quarter
se1 of section thirtv-t wo 32, taxed to John
Latoti ; the west half v1, and the south east
quarter se'i of the south west quarter sw t.)
and the north cust idiai ter fnet of the soiifh
tiist quaiter stfSl I section five 51. the mirth
east nuarter ue'i of iscctiou eight 8, t' e
west half w-'-, of the south east quarter !!-
of section eight . and tlie south west quarter
(swt) of the north wcet quarter nwVj of sec
tion t wenty-t itiht -, titxtnl ivt lion-re-idetir,
and all In township ten 10, ranire fouiteen II.
Tbe north haif u; j I of ; he south west quar
ter Is W'l of sect 1. in thirty two J.S2. township
eleven 11, range Ihh teen" 13, taxed its non
resident. The north west quarter hiv'4 of the south
ea-t quarter se'il ot section ihiny-one 'ill,
township twelve 1121. range fourteen 114. ail In
Cass County. Nebraska, and east of Hie Gth
1 t:n sti'.i t!e hnid-r f Hit. eertificatvof sal
of tlu: ao.iie depttibed lands, and unless re
demption thercfiotn is made within two years
from the dale of the above said sale, at the ex
piration of whicli' said to years. Hie time of
redemption will expire, application will be
made to the Treasurer of the above said Coun
ty of Cass for a tax deed thereon.
S. N. Mehriam.
June22d, 1SS1. 14t3
To all whoin it may Concern: .
1 The section line road petitioned for by W. H.
Murray et al commencing at the" north west
corner of section thirty-live (:V), town twelve
(IS), range thirteen (13i thencte north 011 section
line one halt mile where it terminates Kuid
load will be opened. All objections 1 hereto or
claims for damages, must be tiled in the County
Clerk's office, on or before noon on the ld day
of Sept. A. 1). lsst or such road will bv' opened
without reference thereto.
J. D. Tutt,
15t5 " County Clerk.
To all ehom it may Concern: m
The section line road pctUitioned for
"by George Meisiuger et al. coin
.mencing at the north wect cor
ner of the south west quarter O) of the south
weft quarter ('-) of section nine (u) township
twelve (.LP rouge twelve (12), running thence
eouth a quarter (-4) of a mile to corner of sec
tlu4iight (St and nine (1) and sixteen (1G and
seventeen (IT), in said town and range and ter
minating at said corner will lie ordered opened.
All objections thereto or claims for damage",
must beaded in the County Clerk's oflice. on or
before llmm on tlie 1st day of September, A. !.
lsst or such road wiil be opened without refer
ence thereto. J. 1. I'lti",
1.-15 County Clerk.
Toall whom it may concern:
The section line road petitioned for by Allen
Coleman, et al, commencing at t lie south cant
corner of section seventeen 117, township
eleven ll range twelve 112, running thence
north on section line, to the north east corner
f section live, 15 J town-hip twelve 12, ruge
twelve (12) and lei initiating at tow nship line,
and all objections thereto, or claims for dam
age, must be filed in tbe County Clerk olliee,
011 or befoie noon oil the 2.MI1 day of Auuu.l,
A. 1. 18S1, or such road will be opened w ithout
rclerenc thereto. J. U. TL it,
1415 County Clerk.
To till it mm if may concern: .
The section line roiidcoiiiiiieiicing at the north
east coiner of the north west quarter tnwf4)
of the north west l4)f section number nineteen,
(l:ii, town twelve (.12) range ten (lm. running
thence west to the town line between South
Bend and Salt Creek precinct, and terminat
ing at north west corner of the north west
quarter (nw ) of the norm we.-t quarter (uw1)
of said section is ordered opened by tlie county
coin. tiissimieis. All claims for damages must
be tiled 111 the County Clerk's olliee, 011 or be
for! noon on the loth tlay of August A. I). 1I,
or such road wiil be opened without reference
thereto. J. 1. Tutt
1 : 1 1 .- Count v Clei k.
Notice is herehy'given that bids fjr I he con
struction of a. bridge across the Weeping
Water Crek on quarter (') section line
running north and soum through seetiou thirty-six
1S1'). town tea (10) range thirteen (1U,
will be received up' to noon of the 12! h day of
July. issi. Said bridge issixtv (i'0) feet long
witii two approaches twenty l2nj feet each.
Substructure of said bridge will be double
row of piling ; ringla row under bents; super -structure
lo be iron or wool or combination.
Said bids must be accompanied by specifica
tions. The commissioners reserve the right to
reject any or all bids, l'.y order of county
commissioners. J. 1. Ti'tt,
lot 4 County Clu-rk.
In the matter of the. e.-tatc of David l'ittman
deceased. In tlie County Court of Cass Coun
I poll reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of Kli. J. W. l'iltiiiaii praying that ad
ministration of the estate of David l'ittman
deceased, be granted Andrew l'ittman. Or
dered that notice of the pendency of said cause
be published in the Nebraska" Hkkai.d, 11
weekly newspaper, printed, published and in
general circulation in said County, for three
consecutive week, and that the hearing of
saiil cause be set for the liith day of July A.
issi. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the oflice of. the
County Judge, at I'lattsmouth, at w hich time
and place, all nelsons interested may appear
and tliow caiiM'. if any they ffiivc, why admin
istration oi said estate shwuld not be granted
to the said Andrew-l'ittman, according to the
prayer of said petition. A. N. Sl'i.i.lVAX,
I'laUsihoulh, June 271h, issi. 1M3
'Taken up hy the subscriber, near South
Iieiid. a red heifer calf, with the left ear slit,
ami the right ear cropped. Star in fori head.
The owner can have t lie same by proving prop
perty and paying charges as provided bv law.
1215 ' South Bend, Neb.
In the matter of the estate tf James McNurlin,
Notice is hereby given, to all person having
claims ag;uust the estate of James iMeNuilin
deceased, to file the same on or before the .'!eth
day of December A. D. I S- 1 . in tlie O.'lice of tlie
Count v Judge, at I'lattsmmit h. Cass Co., Ne-bra--Ua.
A. N. S i" l.l.l VAN.
Plattsmoiiih. June 2.U), lsal. Kl i
To the owner and occupant or claimants of
let it. block H4. and let .r. block H;4 in the C ity of
Plattsuiouth. Cass County. Neb Vou aro
belt-by not died that said lots were assessed for
tUyeal )f ISM. J.ot4, block : !!4 as belonging to all
unknown owner, and lot 5. block li;l as belong
ing tp D. Bemick. That t he raid iots w ere on
the 2J..1 tlay of Sept., Is75. sold for the delin
quent taxes of said vear to the. undersigned ;
that the time of radeinotton of said property
froth said sale wil expire on the 2ith tlay of
)cto!er, ls?l, at which time the undersigned
will demand a Treasurer'!" deed therefor, unless
the samf is sooner redeemed.
41.13 I). r.E.MICK.
riansmouth. Neb., July 6th, 1-1.
Tf nltirhom it may concern :
The section line road petit! ned f..rbyV.
J. Carter et al. commencing at 1 he toiii'i west
corner of section thiity-tliret- ( ('), township
eleven (11),' range twelve (12, ai.d ' run-
ing west to the .north west corner of
section thirty (30); township twelve rj, range
twelve 121. aitd also tm conmu u n.g ::t the
suuth west corner of section thiriy-t!.i c a;;;,
township eleven pi, rango twelve 112' ad
turning north to the northwest corner e' ' -.
twenty-one town elevt 11 range twelve: am' il
objections thereto or claims for dania .
must be filed in the County Clerk's Oflice, o:
before noon on the 2rth tlay of August, A. 1 .
lssl, or such road will be opened without refei
euce thereto. J. D. Terr.
ntr, County Clerk.
To the unknown or 15011-resldent owner or oc
cupant of hit No. ten 1 10), in block No. one
hu. idivd and eleven lUj, in he City of Tlatts
moutli, Cass County. Nebraska : You are here
by not ified thai the iibove describe J lot was as
sessed for the years 187-J and ls,7: as belonging
to an unknown or non-resident owner; that
said lot was sold for the delinquent County ami
State taxe of said years, ou the yth tlay of
Septeinncr. 1?74, to Cass Count y, in Nebraka,
there being no other bidder therefor ; that the
certificates of sale for the said taxe wtri as
signed to Ld-.vard Oliver. 011 the ISth tlay of
June, issi, and that unless redemption from
said sale be made before the loth dav of Octo
ber, lsl, a Treasurer's las deed will be issued
to said a,siguee.
11 1 j EdwakI) Oliver. Assignee.
To all whom It may concern :
The commissioner appointed to vacate a
County road, petitioned for by Turner Zink. et
al.. commencing at the center of fccet ion thirty
three l.ti . ca South side l said section thiity
three !.i:;J. town twelve (12), range ten (to), run
ning thence Noltll one and one-half (1 1 1 miles,
and terminating at (he road running K;u-t and
Wi't. sai.i road to leo vacated being known a
Jtoad 107, has reported in favor of the vacation
thereof, and ail objections thereto, or claim
for damages, must bo tiled in the County
Cierk's ot;-"e on or bi Tore noon 011 the 7th day
of Sepleiu! er, A. D. IS 1, or Mich road w ill be
vacated without reference thereto.
icir J. U. Terr, County Clerk.
JONES & AGNEW,
Successors tojyv. D. Jones.
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Livery Stable.
'lattsmot:tii, - - nhbuaska.
The old Bonner Siables. in l'!attnioutIi. are
now lease-J by Jones it Agnew and they lmve
chIkui-.I New ai'd handsome accommodations,
in the shape. o!
HORDES, C:liniA(!ES, 1WGGIES,
Wt- are now prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE sTRADEr
Train and Break Colts
On Heasonable Terms,
That with plenty f room (that every one
knows we" have) in our stable, we can tret Farm
er' stock and ifagons. loaii i of hay, &c., under
cover, whi te they wiil keep drv.
Thanking all the old patrons for their liberali
ty, we so; icit their trade for t he future, sat ined
that we can aceoiuHu-i.'te them better and do
better bj liieiu than i , cx belore.
r.Oly JONES tfc AGNEVr.
NICHOLS & SOX,
Contractors and Builders.
Having enlarged our shop and purchased -a
Steam Power C ircle Saw, we are prepared to do
au unlimited amount of work in our line iu a
hint those who contemplate building will find it
to their interest to ftet estimates from us before
eiing their work toother parties. Estimate
made ou ail kindsof work FiiEE yr CtiAttuic,
B0NS' BRICK YARD.
In the rear of the IJonnor Stdbloa
OX FOURTH STREET.
F i r s t - C I a s s 1! r i c k ,
.EEADY'AUD FOR SALE.
Will do Contract Work mid Guarantee
J. HONS &SON,
15u.3 Plattsmouth, Neb.
than anywhere west of the Mississippi lhver
Main. betw. Third and Fourth .Streets.
Last of Court House,
ALL KINDS OF
the best and latest improved patterns.
know what 1 keep, and nfy Spring and Su'niner
stock is now ready.
Give Gorder a call.
Anything needed on a Farm can be found here.
In addition, I have added ail kinds of
O -Zrx. X-i
C-I)ON"T I'OKHET THE' PLACE.
a week in your o,vn town. Terms and
outlitfree Address. II. Hai.i.ktt V Co.
l'ortlantl, Maine. ' 4Dly
E. G. Lovey &Son,
AT THE OLD STAND,
Still find themselves at home to Cass County
Farmers and all their old customers.
H"e have this Winter our us
ual full and larger lines of
goods than, perhajis, era he
fore. As the growth of the
country has demanded large?
stocks, and of a better class, wt
hate endeavored to meet that
Hats, Caps, Gloves I Mittens
for Winter wear, we hace a
large aud varied assortment at
0 all kinds. Dress Trimmings
of tlie latest styhs. Uuttons iu
midles'i variety, our line, of
l'.y exceedingly large, and we
think, well selected.
LAPIKS' KilOKS MUX'S. AND IM-iYs" BOOTS
AND SllOKS, CHILDHF.N's AND
to suit all persuns an I all purser
A .verv full line of
MiASSWAIti: AMI KTO l:VA It i:,
which you must see to select from.
of standard grades,
fjlgjf of the finest qualities, selected by our-
PnfpPP "finauy brands, especially our own
uUlluljii brand of Kit ks 11 itoAi.TKi t un-1- re
called the "M i-!UI jt," Ii." Try it and see, ft (ore
purchasing elsew here.
Dried Frnits of all kinds, fresh und sweet.
Fresh Crackers a Specialty.
CANNED OOODS from all quarters. Very line
ChSEN YVINTEK A1TI.KS
by tlie barrel or bushel.
In all these branches we shall en
deavor to sell ti.s low (is any otu . and
as is possiple to do a soi ni hcxi
kss. We invite attention and will
show all that call onr L'ooiU. Don't
be afraid to ask for what you want,
and call often and early.
37ni3 Ji. Ii. DOVKY & SON. I'lattsinoiith Neti.
SILVER HELICON BAND,
CO Ml 'DSHD OK
I how fully prepared to furni-h music for any
and all occa-ions.
A '1'iioi 011.7I1 Oranlz.atf 011
with a complete and well selected repertoire of
BRASS BAND MUSIC.
Orders respect fully solicited. Terms reasonable
Apply to J. I". YOL'NC. I'. O. I'.ook Store, or
lOtf J. FINT.EY .JOHNSON, Sec'y.
Successor lo Si Hi.KiiKi. & Nii;man.
-ct ' II l
And dealers iu
SMOKEli.V FANCY AKTICI.ES, RMOKINfi
"T OBACCO .
special r.IiANDS and sizes of CIOAKS made to
order, and .satisfaction fiiiaraiiteed. Ci;;al
clippings sold for smokir-t 'baeco.
Mai-. Street, one door west of J. S. Duke's store
Plattsmovtii. Xeb. Im3
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Iire stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
and in fact everything you ohji call for hi
the line of
CASH l'AID FOU HIDES AND FCltS.
All k luils of country oruduce taker In ex
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