Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, February 16, 1882, EXTRA, Image 5

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TIic Reception or O. UJ. n.
Ntend si Great .Sitcceas.
The new iil beautiful store
. room of Mr. O. M. Anstead, in the
Di e w block on Main street, was thrown
open to public inspection at 6:30
tVel'k Friday evening, and attracted a.
great throng of visitors throughout
th evaning. Th room was brilliant
ly illuminated and set off the tasteful
arrangement uf good upon their shelves
and counters t the best advantage.
Early in the evening a crowd of peo
ple began to assemble in the eatabliah
ment and buded themselves looking
through the display, inquiting prices,
until w ithiu a shwrt time the room was
literally crowded with visitors. who.one
flnd all. expressed delight and satisfac
tion at the array of good presented to
view. The fact was denfonst rated
I hat Mr. Anstend understands the bus
iness of arranging his stack of goods
in such order as to make the most
pleading effect, and evidently knows
qually well wk-at classes of yoorfs to
buy to suit the public taste. Those
who visited t lie? store -and there were
probably five hundred - were nearly
all ladies in well-to do circumstances,
and elaborate toilets. It was a most
auspicious beginning for the new firm
and will without doubt be the opening
cf a successful business career in the
city. Journal.
S-itn. Mathews is h'ljin;T Thomp
son w ith his architecual plans, traoiag,
As ,1 nutter of news we just
want to say that J. C. Morrissey has a
pair of mules that are about as good at
catching rats as an ordinary caf.
The tramp now has a nice time,
warm enough to roost in a box car.
and he can tecum a kital by pilfering
fiom a car repairer's dinner bueke't,
with no fear of detection.
The old Ttasgoibheck building has
moved on t the corner of .sixth and
Streets, and will b fixed up bv
Cm! ley Holmes, who bonpht it of the
Ilarg'.rsheck I'x'03., gnd will be for
rent.
If you want to see something nol-
I'V thf- lir:o of buggy painting vou
b!:iiM fvo th buggy painted by Mr.
2uurpby in ."chneliharhrr's shwp last
week, it was too utlerly utte-.
Cod Opera lloiise, Omaha, was I
filed to ovei flowing to see C. If ..Smith's j
Ur.clt 'ft tn's Ciibin Troupe, !
IMd yma bisow- tlae fE3ed ILikssa9 IDry ffiod,s
IHI5Se fiSad Opeaaed i large f4tC'k of
Isa tlae (City UPltoit&m&uti?
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;Iaow a very eHgple
every depaFHejstj, afi very lew pEcef4.
We flie ?ep!e of lzmH (E&wmty to ealH
asad Nee is iiiacl osir gae w wfcDeE5 EieSi'e SMByfiiBjy
Si ignite oJleia aIced wSiiy fetstt?gzzi at
AEae "ESed "ILioia95 are fkassa i lOc per yarcl
tfliaii ofleer Iiie?4 aIc fer tlie asise
ITIae Sarge imsmjsi fjoci hIcI fey ei, ersaMei
on to el5 ilsessi elsesij - a?il we prefer to liave
f-ir jjitore erweleI wltS? esHtoiserH at- a HisaaBI
.-jfesre. -Cm?5 Every feo5y X
Ma&2S" B&miT I?B&H BttOTOIB,
and ;t 5:g:i w.;s put up ticket bx, '
''standing room chly." j