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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1881)
PLATTSMOUTIJ, DEC. 22, 181.
QUE Kit TIUMT1NU TRANSACTIONS.
Cases Uronht Before the Horse Tribu
nal A Congress to be Convened.
A curious illustration of tricks on
the trotting track was related yester
day by Secretary Thomas J. Vail of
the Hoard of Heview of the National
Trotting Association, while furnish
ing a list of decisions made at the
meeting just closed.
At a tiut during the Nebraska State
fair at Omaha, Mr. Edward I'lye enter
ed b. 8. M.ixie Cobb, J. W. Jacobs en
tered br. ir. Colorado, and J. F. Kin
ney entered b. . Alarm. ThesH were
the only horses in the trot, Colorado
and Alarm were owned by Kinney,
who had turned them over to Jacobs
to handle. It was a case of two
against one, and a violation of rule 8,
which declares that one horse only,
owned or controlled, wholly or partly,
by the saiiiH person or persons, can
Start in any contest of heats. Maxie
Cobb won the first two heats, and Col-
The annual election of officers of
Plattsmouth Lodge No. 6, A . F. A.
M., was held on Monday the 19th. The
officers for the ensuing year are:
V. V. Leonard,
A. O. Ashley.
L. D. Bennett,
F. II. Wilson,
E. 13. Lewis,
A. W. Crites,
M. B. Murphy.
V. D. Baker, (
It. II. Livingston.
W. B. Brown,
orado too t: e third and fourth, dis- sliding, slipping: and tuiublinjr ah
'?nci",f !itxie C.l'!) V ,l,foU,t,!-il'ntinup Christmas :ifts is ab.
oil. x tic nirii I'iiursiru im.il uuiuianii
They hold their annual festival at
their lodge rooms on St. John's Eve.
Tuesday, Dec. 27th. 1881. There
will be a supper and possibly a slight
The Baptist church of this city is
being plastered this week. The won
ey to do it was raised in Washington,
through Mrs. MoKnew, hy the Baptist
church there; an ' the Sunday School
also sent a large number f Singing
books to the Sunday School here.
Everything at the lowest prices
for the next month at Mrs. Johnson &
Sweeney s. o'Ji J
Some snow, a good deal of mud.
plenty of slush, and lots of pedestrians
up Christmas nirts is about
The snow Tues-
AUrro had no business in that jt,,e order of u,e ,av- 'J
according to rule 8, and claimed. day afternoon and nigh
the premium for his distanced horse.
The Iij.nd otdered that as the protest
was not made previous to trotting the
lit did it.
Ths g ds an 1 chattels of X. A
Way, Greenwood, formerly a reputed
fourth heat, Mr. Pyle could not take druggist there, were sold at auction, by
the premium; that Kinney and Jacobs
must return t.. premium to the giv
ers; and that Colorado and Alarm re
main suspended until the money is refunded.
Better Than Gold
was really well named. We refer to
the drama which our high school
young ftdks rendered so well last Fri
The parts were remarkably well
sustained for amateurs, and the hall
was crowded by a good natured and
appreciative audience. The difficulties
in tb way of s i.icenfully producing a
drama of sueh pretensions as this can
only be appreciate.! fey. those who have
tried it, and we who have done so pro
nounce them particularly successful.
Give us some moie, young folks.
Over fifty-dollars was realized, wA un
derstand, which will help a great deal
in paving for the apparatus for the
At Fred Gonler's.
The patent Alexander Gate hang
er, such as have been on exhibit ion
on Main street.
Gorder has the right for Otoe and
Cass Counties and is now ready to
supply the public with these very
valuable labor saving hinges for
farm purposes. 39t2
The best Custom
City at Sherwood's.
Work in the
P. B. Murphy, this week.
The weather took a tumble to it
self Monday ami balmy spring was
changed into sloppy fall. Winter is
lingering around somewhere, we sup
--There are a few more Sleds left at
Smith Jfc Black Bros. 1
Hartington, the runaway sewing-
machine agf-nt, savs he wants Hotel
k Perkins fare. IIotl de Polin fare
will be what he will ret, we imagine
Closing out Overcoats at nominal
figures at Wescott's. 1
The latest styles of type constant
ly received at the Herald office. If
yea want a good job, call and examine
our large stock of paper, &c.
New and beautiful Style SCO Mason
& Hamlin Organ on exhibition at
40t2 Gen'l Agent.
All the small boys in town had to
inspect "Joshua, the Uncle Tom's Cab
in donkey, at Holmes' barn Moj day.
All Winter Good to be sold re
markably ow at S. A C. Mayer's. 1
Dve Miller has gone into the
chair stuffin' business, and makes a
Go to J. S. Duke's for your Snow
Some handsome designs in New
Tears cards at this office.
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CHAIN AND PRODUCE.
W heat. No.2..
Wednesday, Dec. 21, 181
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NEW YORK MARKETS.
Xkw York, Dec. 21, 18M.
Chicago, Dec. 21. 1881.
Hour 4 60 7S
-Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup will
not cure consuuintiou. but will giv
relief when coughing. Consumptives
should all usa it. Price twentj-live
and fifiy cents a bottle.
Notice t 1 eachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday ami Sat
arday in January, February, May, au-
'list, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
lay in March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April,.! uly and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
AtvElmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
E. II. W OOLKY,
Cora . . .
Chi l ie.
LIT HftH K.
.. 4 0C 4 !0
. 4 , 4 M
Oh Main Street, oppokile Court Hou-e.
.Mi: AT MtllklX
made to order. Also a good line of Smoker'
Articles f all kind". Tobacco. ScC. c. ar)in3
GO H FHIKI HCKLklt.'
PLATT.SMOI.-TII, NEB., MAIN ST.
At tliix chop you'll dud meet whuleromaand
Sausage, pons mutten and Teal.
And it i our belief, you'll buy excellent beef.
If you at tin butrher shap deal.
He keeps always on hand th het Su the land ;
OK such a your families need ;
Others may do well, but they caiuiNt excel.
For Fickler will still take the lead.
A good bargain you'll make if vou want to buy
Or t oup meat or to boil or to frv.
You can liave a good dish of whatever you
Competition be well may defy.
Tins business provides for good pelts and hi des
l-ard aud tallow he'll both buy and sell ;
And yo'll find Ihu the case, there's no other
Youll do better, if you will quite a- well.
And this we may tell if you've fat cattle to
Or hojtn or hep that are n1e ;
You can bring them right here and you need
But for them you'll net a good price.
Satisfaction to all ho give him a call.
It i hie intention to give,
Forwe'r certain indeed, this belongs to b:
Not only to live bnt let live !
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new hands entirely .
The New Firm of
PATTERSON fc DIXON,
open the t
on the Corner of cih and Penrl Streets with
New Livery Outfit.
GOOD IIOUSFS AND CAltklAGES at all
HORSES FOIi SA LK,
UOliSr.S liOLTGHT A SO SOLD,
HOUSES KEPT liY THE OA Y OR WEEK.
Call and see PATTERSON" & DIXON
fS5K 1"5 f E"rA".''iTV"iT.-d for ti' ?'!-
lao lightest disahiiUjf entitles to prrloa
sdoubt ss ti whether emillcd to envhirj
-Shouiil i"'i'I t'.v 3c. rtumj. for our lr
rnlar or InforiiiAtlon." A Hwi, v.
C.mr, PTOPHAT'T fc ''.. f"lir!l"-H if
uid l'ntento, iU U tL, K. V., V.'tatl-lagwtt. V. U
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Contractors and Guilders.
naviac alareed ourihnn and niircliRaed
trm rmtr Circla lit, we are prepared to do
mm naiiFi imoiiii oi woric in our line in a
riMKT-ri.A M A N KR.
xm4 tmm win eonlemplate building will Bnd it
f t iir interect t get estimates from im be for
jivinc their wrk to other pari ies. Kat imate
us4a aa all klada afwerk Fubk or Ihiiucp.
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