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STREIGHT 3t CO.
(NWfMr to Mtrrlftfct 4k. Sillier.
A large Hue of
Saddles Bridles Collars Whips &ft
always In stock.
Utjairinj of all kinds titatly ilcuto
Main Street, between Fourth ami Klltn.
CALL AT THE
Old Reliable .
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I'UIiLIHIlEI) DAILY AND WEEKLY
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OFFICIAL. I'APKK OK TJIfc CITY'
For City and County Directory, Railway Time
Tables. Telephone Exchang Ilulnes Di
rectory, liuslness Cards 4c, see fourth pace.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display advertisement or chanxes
In dvi:rtliiiul must Itn banded la to the
buaiiieM ontce not later ttiau 10 a. in. of the
day In wlilcu they are to be Inserted. Copy
for pay locals and special notices muit be
baiide't lu before 3 p. nt. each day to insure in
sertion. 11 51. IILHHNILL.
Republican State Ticket.
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
M. li, KKKMK.
For Kegent.s of the University,
M. J. JI L'LX, (Long Term)
JOHN T. MALLALIEL'. (Long Term)
J. M. II I ATT. (.Short Term)
K. F, IIOLMKS, (Short Term )
Second Judicial District
For Judtfe of the District Court,
H. li. I'OLND.
John Polln Again-
Under tho rules of the supreme court
vcry defeated parly, either In civil or
criminal cases Is given thirty days
from the time the opinion of the court
l9 placed on file, to prepare and file his
motion for a rehear iur and argument
of the case. Ia the case of John Poliu
vs tho state of If ibraeka, we under
tand the opinion of the court has not
yet been placed on (lie; hid counsel be
lieving they have good ground for re
hearing with reasonable hope of yet
convincing tho court that sutlicieot
error exiHts in the record to warrant
the granting of a new trial have
concluded to file buch motion
under the rulo of the court. This will
necessitate a postponement of tho day
of execution, as there- cannot now be
thirty days between the date of tho
tiling of the opinion the date of ex
ecution as fixed by the court being
November 8th. Hence, the probability
is, in any event, John Pol in will not bo
executed until sometime in December.
Hi if. beautiful three story brick rtructure.on
lower Maul Mrcet. tia Just been finished and
r tint up for the accommodation of
Til A N H IE NT C USTOMERS,
BIXJULAK BOARDEBS. -
EVERY THING NEW AND CLEAN
in connection with the
A Goed Bar
lf. FRED GOOS, Propr.
PARLEMAN & CHAPMAN
Will BUY and SELL all kinds of
Will advance money on all
on lower Main street.
One dcor west of Beck's Furniture sore
I'lattsmoutli. Feb. 1st, 1883 4Ctf.
BOOTS AMD SHOES.
Republican County Ticket.
For County Clerk.
For County Treasurer,
J. C. EIKENUAKY.
For County J udge.
of Weeping Water,
ror Superintendent of Schools.
of stoe Creek,
For Clerk of the District Court,
S L MNh.lt S. HALL,
of Alt. riea.ss.nt.
For County Surveyor,
For County Coroner,
I'EUKV P. GASS,
For Commissioner, Third District,
of St ove Creek.
K. of X.
Meets every Tuesday evening at their
castle nan, in Hock wood iilock. Vis
lting Knights are invited to attend.
J. W. JENNINGS, C. C.
W. L. Dykes, K. of It. and S.
A. Salisbury, Denilwt.
a. Tiarsiiaii, Dentist, huc
cevsor to Clutter & Marshall.
Teeth extracted without pain,
uy use oi nitrous Oxide lias.
Two dollars per dav, from this date.
The Cozzeo's Cor. 9th and Harney
street Omaha Neb. Strictly first class
in every particular
1'. 11AMSEY & CO.
of the Palace Hotel Santa Fe New Mex
ico. Oct. 1 le83 I89t0
Hear John Dillon tonight.
100 styles of Birthday cards at War-
ricks. 193 if
For two hours of fun go to the
opera house tonight.
For a hearty laugh go to the Opera
You miss a treat if you fail to hear
John Dillon this eucning.J
Apples are very plentiful on the
streets these days and of splendid quality.
The autumn days are drawing near
udging from the chilly winds from the
The opera house will be well filled
tonight to hear the prince of comedians
A Mr. Dean, of Omaha, succeeds C.
I. Smith, as manager of the Western
Union telegraph office in this city.
The passenger from the east this
morning left Oreapolis with 8 coaches
heavily loaded and three baggage
j ust Eeceived
a FINE LINE OF,
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
OF OIKKCX JIMJr-OKTATION.S
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
S lahy made for the retail trad 5 only, t
Pepperberg's Ci?ar Factory.
ACKJTECTUBA WORK A
rUn vvl SuciQoatloo will he carefully
carried out. and full attention will be given s
to safety and durability.
LESSOXS OX PAIVT1XG
.iWater Colors, Crayon and Pencil.
The Keystones, of Columbus, were
downed yesterday i: a game of five in-iU!)j:-
vviili the Union Pacifies, the
scorer .standing 6 to nothing.
Jacob Lohui'8, Frauk Morrison and
W. B. Brown were in attendance at the
Policeinans annual Ball iu Omaha last
night, they express themselves as hav
ing a fine time.
The following letter from our old
fellow Townsman. J. S. Shannon, writ
ion to his brother John shows that Mr.
Shannon haj lost none of his taste for
quiet humor, aud that. he has formed a
definite opinion of that portion of Cen
tral America in which his mining em
ployers here sent him, especially if the
inhabitants of Honduras.
Santa Cbuz, Sept 17th 1833.
Buo. Jons. Yours of Agust 5 duly
received. I will teJljyou now ot some
things whereof you will make inquiry.
I find this Country pretty healthy con
sidering the latitude; there is very little
sickness since I came here. There is
some gold here, but I dont think these
mines will pay fur the working, there
are a great many other mines and I
think some of them may be good, but
I have not yet seen any that I would
The inhabitants here live principally
on rice and corn cakes; they are a mix
ed race of Indians, Negroes, and Span
ish and . about as worthless as our
American Indians. They are friendly,
but have no honor or credit; they are
too lazy to steal.
The government is a Republic; they
say modeled atler the constitution oi
the United States. It resembles our
United States as much as a mule re
sembles Mary's little lamb. It is call
ed Spanish Honduras. The climate is
not as warm as I supposed when I came
here; but it is warm enough; this is
winter here now; the thermometer
indicates at 6. a. m. 78 to 84 degrees,
at 1 p. m. 84 to 90 degrees of heat: the
nights arc cool and pleasant one can
sleep comfortably under a heavy blank
et. There are poisinous insects' here
such as Spiders, Centipedes, Madacola
vra, and venomous Snakes; there are a
few boa-constrictors; but they are very
6hy. Fish are small and 6carce and of a
very poor quality,; plenty of small al
ligators, - armadilloes, tigers, punds,
with a few rabbits, and deer, plaaota,
mountain cow, wild hogs, and other
animals, but no elephants, lious or
grasshoppers, and very lew fleas.
It is a timbered country, thick with
vines and underbrush, the large trees
are scattering, and are tbe resort of his
ordship, the monkey. Tho soil is a
black loam and very fertile; corn, cot
ton, coffee, chockolate, sugar, rice, ban
anas, plantain, and pine apples, are the
staple products, produced with a very
small amount of labor. Plenty of hor
ses, mules, goats, sheep-and hogs, but
of a yery inferior grade. Plenty of
chickens, ducks, turkeys, of very fair
quality ; the most inferior and worth-
ess of all are the natives they are not
worth killing; most all ether animals
An Evening's Enjoyment. As eve
ryone expected, the Academy of Music
was crowded and overflowing last night,
drawn there mainly to see John Dillon
as "I'iljrrim Boggs," ia tho play cf
-State's Attorney." The audience was
agreeably disappointed la the fact, that
although Dillon is an old time favorite
here, his inimitable acting last night,
wreathed fresh laurels to his old time
chaplets of popularity; the other mem
bers of tho company demonstrated that.
collectively, they arc a galaxy of stars
in their various specialties. The hon
orB were about equally divided between
Mr. Dillon, as the petti fogglug, eupho
nious and effervescent attorney, and
Mis. Walters, as the sympathetic, frol
licking, good natured school uiirm,
ancj, Mr. McVeagh, as the ideal, old time
bluff representative miner, a typo ol
men rapidly disappearing from the real
stage. Tho audience were kept busy
wavering and ctauging from uproari
ous laughter, to tears aud sympathy.
State's Attorney abound! in extremes
of character, which affords a pleasant
and recreative evening's enjoyment,
uh as is rarely offered the amusement
going public. Council Bluffs Nonpareil.
Tho Extension of the Telephones.
Mr. Flemou Drake, general manager
of the Nebraska Telephone company,
has returned from'a trip over this state
and Western Iowa to close up the con
struction for the year, the line- between
Fremont and Columbus, which is to be
built in Ncveiriber, only excepted.
Since the first of August tho eompa
nv have done a vast deal of work.
They have up a second wire between
Omaha and Lincoln; built a line from
Ashland to Wahoo; aline from Lin
coln to Seward taking in Milford; a
line from Lincoln to Crete ana Wilbur;
and best of all, a line from Lincoln to
W ymore. This line is fifty-four miles
long, constructed of No. 6 wire with
thirty-five poles to the mile, forming the
strongest; line in the west. Over this
wire connection is as easy as between
the Herald and the Omaha central of
fice, the large gauge of the wire insur
ing great distinctness.
In Iowa the company has built from
Coucil Bluffs to Avoca, a distance of
The Nebraska company has now al
together 420 miles of lines connecting
different cities and towns in this state
and in Iowa. They now afford com
munication via Plattsmouth and Glen
wood with Red Oak and Atlantic ana
propose to open a line through to Des
Moines in December. Except under
the most favorable conditions it will be
impracticable to telephone through
from Omaha to Des Moines, but the
messages will be repeated at Atlantic.
It would be possible by building a line
through from Omaha to Des Moines
without intermediate stations to speak-
directly, but such a line would not pay.
Omaha Is now connected witn asys
tern embracing Lincoln, Plattsmouth,
Blair, Arlington, Fremont, ilk
horn City, Papilliou, Springfield, Lou
isville. Soutn liend, Asniana, wanoo,
Greenwood, Waverly, Milford, Seward,
Crete. Beatrice, Blue Springs, in Ne
braska; aud Council Bluffs, Weston,
Underwood, Neola, Minden, Avoca, Pa
cific Junction. Glcnwood, Malvern, Em
erson. Red Oak, Atlantic, Griswold,
Hastings. Hillsdale, Malvern, in Iowa.
All of these except to Avoca, and the
towns named after it, which belong to
the Iowa union Telephone company,
are built and controlled by the Nebras
ka Telephone compauy. Omaha Herald.
John Cummins cmie in from the cast
Mrs. Jap. 'Smith will m-et her hus
band today at DeWltt.
W. L. Brown is looking after business
matters In Omaha.
J. W. Marshall is in the metropolis
of Nebraska today.
red Cordcr with a big grip took
me train ror the west tins maruiug.
John Leely went to Council Bluff
this morning on fruit tree business.
Mrs. J. Boas started this mor.niag for
Creston, where she will visit old neigh
bors for a few days.
J. W. Barnes went to Lincoln today
on real estate business. Plattsmouth
Journal will please copy.
Miss E. C. Sparks arrived ytslerdav
from the east, and will make her home
here with her brother, O. I). Sparks.
Miss Thompson has unexpectedly
been called home on account ot the
illness of her mother. She hopes to
return soon, however, and take up her
class in painting, as anticipated.
n elegant line of wedding and invi
tation stationery just received; al
calling cards, in latest styles.
Notice is herebv jriveii. that the un
dersigned has ni. id e application and
filed his petition with the County Com
missioners of Cass coutty Nebraska,
for license to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors at his place of business I
in South Bend, Cass county, Nebraska,
and that the same will come before the
Commiasioners for action at the No
vember session of lhe board. s
"Sotrru Bend, Oct. 2J, 183.'
For winter bloom aud out door plant
ing, Tulips, Hyacinths, Narcissns, Hol
land bulbs, Siles, and a large assort
ment of hardy bulbs and herbaceous
planta all are best planted in the fall
if you have them as they will do no
good otherwise. Call and examine my
atocK. is. a. Moore.
Advertisements under this head.'.thrre Cents
per Hue earn lusrrtloii.
WATERMAN OPE HA HOUSE
MSir:a.lJ,JA!"OU r"U UW ,,y A N' ONE NIOIIT ONLY.
ij.Sfou,lrou.,oti',,a uimJ Uud hy Friday Evening, Oct. 12th,
CiO KHALE -A good Mason A Hamlin cabinet
orttan. a barualn for cssh pureliuser. J it -
quite of lleuuau Bcialdt. Kill
Woods proj-rt y near Hher
J. vv. Mahhuli.,
t.'OK SAlK Krsldi-nce prop-rty, one of the
A of the best locations In thn city, or 111
trade for stock. In.ju'ro ot J. V. Martbl. loot!
LMlt SALE House aud lots, price SAM. f loo
cash, balance lu monthly payments.
U. it. WINUIIAM.
FOKHALK Several residences, cheap. In
quire of D. II. Wheeler 6i Co.
I OK SALE Scratch Tablets iu all sizes, at
. thisoIUce. VI tt
- AS -
L'OK SALE a lot In good location,
-a lax at this uOlce
FOK SALE An order for a new American
fen In if Machine. Iuuulre at thlsofltce.
L'OK HALK l.fVw cords of wooJ.
-I- W.s. Wlstv
POlt SALE l Id papers for Hale at this omre
-I- ut 40 cents er hundred or ft ceut per tloz-
Ij'OK SALE Four lots together in geod loca
tion iu thl ciiv. inuuire ut this ofllce tf
iJOK KENT lhe north storeroom in Nev
ille's block, aud s rooms up stairs. Good
location for restaurant or boiirdlutf house, rents
cheap. Apply to m. Neville. IsJif
'PO KENT A house, coi ner 7th and 1-ocu.t
hi reel., liiiiuirtt til '1 nos. I'ollock.
1HOK ItSNT One ofllce room and dwelling
connected. (3 roouiKl uu stairs cvar lloll-
"When I boiler it's law."
MISS NELLIE WALTERS
and in excellent Comedy Couipnnv.
Admission, 115, i0 and 7 .If.
Unserved Heals nt J. P. Young's, three ilu
In advance of entertainment.
Enquire at Mrs.
FOK KENT Hon, convenient to shops.
If. K. . IK kv & fK.V,
TOR KENT South More room of the Union
x Block. Enquire of li. II. lilack. ti. Hour-
lock, Alva Drew, lluslness vimmlllee. llMl
T?OK KENT Dwelling Houxes. Inquire of
I OST A pass book containing pit ers valu
able only to owner Under ulea-ie leave attlil
lOUND A tJold toothpick. Owner proving
Property and iiaviuic lor this not ice can
Lave tho same. lnjtf
If 3 UN D A ladies p0(!ketbook containing
some change. The owner can have the
same by calling on C. lireckenlleld, proving
property and payiug lor this notice. iMtl
Wanted Lady or gentleman to travel wiih (J.
15. Smith aud party and canvass for La
die's Hair work with privlldge ol learning the
trade I'pply at Mrs. Sextons Hoarding House.
Wanted A good honest iudiislrioui
ply at L. C. Ervens
Mr. J. P. Reese the accomplished
barber is in charge of the barber shop
uuaer i rank: uarrutus Jewelry Store
and the customers of that old stand
will find every comlort and convenience
ready and waiting for them. I83tl
To the old customers of the barber
stand under Mr. F. Carruth's jewelry
store, I have re-fitted and opened this
shop and am ready to guarantee you
every convenience, comfort and pleas
ure to be found in a first-clati barber
Hot and cold baths always ready.
IS.-Jtf - J. 4 HEKSK.
Go to McKeever & Herrmann's for a
good dish of oysters at reaynble
rates. 183in2 -'
FOR SALE. Lots 2 and 3 lu
Block 41, improved.
d97 It. II. WIXDIIAM.
Fresh oysters and celery just received
at Bennett & Lewis. 183tf
Troy City Laundry.
Removed to the first door north of
Stadlemans on sixths St. opposite Nev
ills Block. The Troy City Laundry
will hereafter be located here aud old
customers and new ones will find us
ready to give satisfaction in all kinds
oLLaundry work. W. B. Brown Prop.
FREE OF COST.
Remember me kindly to all my eld
Very truly yonr Brother,
J. S. Shannon.
nother Thousand Bottles' of Marsh's
Uolden Balsam to be Given
The democratic convention at Louis
ville, tomorrow, will have a herculean
task to perform in the naming ol can
didates to defeat the strong ticKet put
in the field by the republicans.
The republioan convention in the
Nuith judicial district, held yesterday,
nominated F. B. Tiffauy, of Boone
county, for Judge, and E. M Coffin, of
Valley county, for Prosecuting Attor
ney. We see from an Auburn paper that
the board of trade of that city has made
arrangements for the working up ot 10,
000 acres of sugar cane, and that they
will dijtribute the seed gratis to all
who will plant and cultivate it.
Since our last report the following
marriage licenses have been granted.
Richard Mason to Margaret Schwab
H. Wihsmann to Kate Reyher, Thomas
Graham to Josephine Linebock and
Oliver Dovey to Miss Mar? Adams.
Mr. J. II. Gregory is in the city today
engaged In fixing up u
post office. Tho top of tho de will bo
surmounted by a very tastefully ar
ranged system of advertising cards.
Mr. Gregory will call u tome of our
merchauts and give iheni aa opportu
nity to use this very effective method
Every person in laPttsmouth, who is
suffering lrom Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Jaundice, Billiousness, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Constipation or
Costiveness, Headache. Loss of appe
tite. Chills or Fever, Malaria, Backache
Female Weakness, Nervous derange
ment, General Debility, or any Blood,
Liver, Kidney, Stomach or bowel dis
order can obtain a trial bottle of
Marsh's Golden Blood & Liver Tonic,
free of charge, by calling at Smith &
lllack Bros.' drug store, Plattsmouth.
Persous who have already tried this
valuable medicine can procure the
huge bottles at 50 cents and $L
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Consumption, use Marsh's Golden Bal
sam, the famous Throat and Lut.g
medicin. two doses wil benefit. Sam
ple bottle fie.
A Square Meal
Can le had at the City Hotel for only
or, ......ia an,! lodjnncT at same reasonable
farmers and Commercial Men
.le-t l.e.-ir this in mind. dfcwtf
At the banker's convention in Louis)
ville, Kentucky, yesterday, the Hon.
Ienri Watterson made a yery pretty
speech on the subject f thi south
among other things he said:
The whole story of the south can be
summed up in a sentence; .she was rich,
and she lost her' riches! si e was poor
aud in bondage, she was get free and
shehadtogo to work; she went to
work and is richer now t:i m ever be
fore." Humorously all.; ling to the
changes he gays: "Cnde; the old re
gime, we paid our debts an 1 walloped
our niggers, under ihe new we pay the
niggers and wallop our debts."
The Holstein cow, Ecuo, owned by
Fred C. Stevens, tlio proprietor of the
Maplewood stock farm, Attick, New
York, has just complet. 1 her year's
milk recoid, which foou up 18,130
pounds, which is 115 pouii Is nioro than
the record of thefamous cow, Aggie,
which has heretofore led ail the bovines
of the world. Echo is ten years old
and weighs 1,810 pouuds, consequently
has given jover ten times her weight iu
milk during the year. The largest!
yield in one day was 8 pounJs; in a
mouth, 4.19G. Neb. Farmer.
During a little irip thro igli the ha 1
district yesterday, we notioei. svme uf
the be0t pjillet we ever w grow, and
it had been sown on cru ground a
week after the hail siorni: if many ofj For Sale at a Bargain,
our farmers had Dtirsued the ima wise The furuitora and fixtures, and all,
, .... , i i ! or a iiat or the stock ot the AIUIl-
plan, they might have raised a splendid se. Ul0 late M. A "p. SroAut.
lot of feed, where they now Uv-' j (UU at tlj-. etQr, 191Ctwl
e)d,3. " 1
. ,., ... .i ... .. - j memi)era of McConihie post G.
District court o-invenes in Cas - . ,.
. , . A. R. Iso. 15, is requested to ba present
County next Tuesday and the men-' , '
, ; . t at the tegular mveting -next Saturday
their clamorous .i;;!':it and clients thu
docket is a large one and som tl rt-e
Leave orders for grapes from Lees-
ly 8 nursery at A. Clarks grocer'.
Fresh oysters just received and for sale
at Fred Stadelman's. 167tf.
A Raro Opportunity.
An elegant house in a : pretty and
convenient location, will be sold cheap.
Address 1. O. Box 659.
St Louis Fair.
The Mo. Pac. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Louisville to St Louis and re
turn Fair week at $12.75 sale of tkts.,
to cominence'Sept. 30. and continues
to and including Oct. 6 1883 good re
turning on or before Oct. is.
During the week visitors may witness
at night "Veiled Prophets Street Pa-
geut." "lhe most extensive display
of Fire Works ever seen in America,"
and numerous other dazzling attrac
tions, all of which surpass in magnifi
cence and splendor auything of the
kind ever before witnessed. For Tick
ets or information call on or address J
P. Eilis Local Tkt. Agt. Louisville
Henry Bocck is selling furniture at;
prices below any house of the same
style in Nebraska. If you doubt this
fact call onhim and know the truth, tf
When 3'our blood is impoverished,
or corrupted, the remedy is at hand.
Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage fated on the 2d day of Au
gust. A. D. 1882. and duly filed iu the otlice of
the county clerk of Cass county, Nebraska, on
the 7th day of August. 1882 at 8 o'clock 10 min
utes p. m and executed b 'lchael Cavcv ami
Charles Connelly to 11, A Pitts t Sons mfg C.
of Chic igo. to secure the payment of the sum
or 81 x nundred and seveuty-nve aoiiars ano
upon which there Is now due the sum of SC70.00
aeiauit Having Deen maoe iu me payment oi
eald sum. Therefore 1 will ell the property
therein described viz :
One improved Black Haw k Separator and
Cleaner com Diet-wii h Thimble fkeln truck
wagou under separator, complete feldi ig straw
stacker. Improved Chicago 1'itts Double pinion
mounted Horse power complete. aUoone mare
mule, sorrell sixteen hands high, one gras
horce, lc hands high ; at public auction in
front of the storehouse of Geo. A. Hay & Co. lu
the town of South Bend, Cans county. Nebras
ka, on Saturday, the 27tii day of October, las3.
atone o clock p. m. of said day.
II. A' I ITTS A Soys.
By wm. ij. wen, meir attorney
7 -Tu FyfiiMt?o .
I Have reorganized in) Glasses
of Instruction upon the 1'lano, and should t
pleased to have such as may desire Instruction
to address or call upon me. My terms are rea
sonable, and mv Instruction after the. most Im
proved method. Pupils, beginning wrong, cuu
never Kvtwtet to tieenin funnier. 1 lnllti- il
trial nd examination. a'"'
dlr.il - -
TIIE TWELFTH YEAH
DNIMSil'f of NEBRASKA
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1883,
wiih an ample corpi ol Instructors.
On application to the Chancellor catalogues
can be obtained bv those derlrlug Information.
and certificates for half fare on the railroads '
by those expecting to attend.
FirstTeriiihegluiTuenilay.Hppt.il 183. ' '
Second" " Thursday, Jan. 3. 1L
Third " " Tuesday. April I, IKH4. .
Annual Commi-nccnieiit Wednesday, June II
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
w. II open October 2. 1SK3. and continue Siuo's.
BRACKETS, SCROLL WORK '
ami al! kinds of
doinj to on'er on short notice. 1.y
BOYD & LARSEN.
Leave orders at the
Lumber Yards 4y at
G. A..WRISLE.Y & GO'G
iu i,'ivo una ooap
Dated. October 4th 18M.
For Salo or Rent for 1884.
300 Acres of pasture lands all under
fence J mile south of Weeping Water.
Jno. K. Clark Weeping Water. .Neb.
M-O' Connor keeps on hand the cel
ebrated Anheuser Burch St Louis Bot
tled Beer and always ready to pay par
ticular attention to his customers.
A Great Diseover.
That is daily bringing joy to the
homes of thousands by saving many of
their dear ones from an early grave.
Truly is Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchhitis, Hav Fever, Loss of Voice,
Tickling in the Throat, Pain in Side
and Chest, orany disease of the Throat
and Lnugs, a positive cure. Guarante
ed. Trial Bottles f-ee at J. M.Kobeits.
Drug S'ore. Large size $1.'K).
Dr. Schildknechfs Ofllce-
At the present and until further no
tice, I will have my office with Dr, Sal
isbury iu the Kockwood block over
Jounsou Bros.' store, where I may be
found dining oflice hours.
Bed rock piuces. I have on hand
a large and very superior stock of fur
niture, much of which I propose to sell
off at cost. My goods are for sale aud
.-cfore purchasing J wi-h everybody
who needs fur 41 iiure to call and look
thc;i over. All I ask ot tho public is
to examine ray jf x-ds and my prices.
diwtt Henry Boeck.
weeks oi court atari;
the boys iu the
evening, Oct. 13, promptly, Ri ' oclcx k
lu ,ttei te important business v.f the
Dost. , J. B. Strode,
9L Weaver, CoTaaitt'le-T 1
Try the new baiber under Carruths,
N 2 O
.; - S
b S c
w - i
C oa 3
?3 oc .
Haying opened aud refitted tho rooms
under F. Carruths Jewelry Store Mi
J. P. Reese is ready to wait upon his
customers with every convenience
which sliou.d belong to a first class
barber shop Hot and Cold Baths al
ways ready. J&Uf
Hot and cold brths
shop under Carruths
li Ml VK SMITH
rtO..SE SHOF1NO ft WACJON IlF.PAlIClNt
All Kinds of iar'lijleents Mzuiei wii:
Neatness and Dispatch.
For a 6have at any hour call at the
shep uuder Carruths. is'tf
200 Tons of first class hay for sale
leavo orders with W. S. Wise.
17dd23wtf J. T. Wise.
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlingto route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
feuud elsewhere in this issue. 47tf
Two well improved farms, between
Louisville and Weeping Water. Ap
ply toThaddeus Adams, on farm.
- Don't allow the aeeumulation of
DaiulrtitJ, wiiea ir can be o easily
prevented by the use of Ayer's Hair
Imported pprttr -t Joe Mo
Mtfrtey -jjiVW for 10 "cfcntK
Horse, 3IulcS: OxShoGitig
n short, well shoe anything that hug
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffei.
Come and see us.
n Fltth St between Main an J Viae Street
jnt acro-v e corner f rom tU nkw HKKAL
BEST IN THE MARKET.
Made OXLTof Vcffclnblc Oil
and lUu-o licet Tallow,
To induce housekeepers to dvo this Soap
a trial. WITH EACH BAR
WE C3IVE A FINE
This olT'rr I . made- fur a short tlwo only
ond should bt taken advantaao of at ON'Cil.
Wo WARItANT tills Soap to do more wuh
ins vrlth crealer easo than any soap In tb
market. Ti ha? no EQUAL for use in bard
d cold water.
YO'JR GROCER HAS IT.
M&roturrs Standard Uaurvlr
Eev. Father Wilds'
The Rev. Z. P. Wilds, ell-know city
missionary la New York, and brother
of the late eminent Judge Wllda, of the
Massachusetts Supreme Court, write
a follows :
" 78 E. Hith St., Kew Tort:, May 1C, 1U2.
Tr.98K8. J. C. A ek & Co., Gentlemen :
Last winter I was troubled with a most
Uncomfortable Itching humor affecting
more especially my limbs, which itched
Intolerably at night, and burned so Intense
ly, that 1 could scarcely bear any clothing
over them. I was also a sufferer from -severe
catarrh and catarrhal cough; cot
appetite was poor, and my system m good
deal run down. Knowing the value of
Aveh's Sarsapaeilla, by observation of
many other cases, and from personal tue
In former years, I began taking it for the
above-named disorders. My appetite Im
proved almost from the first dose. After
a short time the fever and itching were
allayed, and all signs of Irritation of the
kin disappeared. My catarrh aad eoogtt
were also cured by the same mean, aot
my general health greatly Improved, until
It is now excellent. I feel a hundred per
cent stronger, and I attribute these results
to the use of the Sabsapakilla, which
I recommend with all conOdeoee as the
best blood medicine ever derised. I took
It in small doses three times a day, aal
used, in all, less than two bottles. I place
these facts at your service, hoping their
publication may do good. .
Voors respectfuUy, Z. P. WXLDS. '
The above instance is bat one of the many
constantly coming to oar notice, which prove
the perfect adaptability of Ateu's Sabsa
FAEILLA to the care of all diseases arhslng
from Impure or impoverished Hood, and
cleanace, enriches, and strengthens the blood,
stimulates the action of the stomach an-1
boveb, and thereby enables the system to
resist and overcome the attacks of all Scrvftt
lout Diseases, Eruption of the Skin, JChtu
matism. Catarrh, General Debility, and all
disorders resulting from poor or corrupted
blood and a low state of the system.
Dr.J.C.AyerCo., Lowell, Mas?.
Sold by all Druggists; price fl, tlx bott-9
AlONF.Y TO lOt.N "
OS REAL E9TATK.
Any party de-trtiiK to lon money on Karti;
rfv can be accommodated at a lmv rale.
ra three to ten years' time, and the Interest
act payable until it lae accrued f nature of
1. 8. IlRAPEK.
ljO2Sw-tf rUttstndutV Vfcfc.
Oest Purgative Medicine
euro CctJpation.tndlfwticm, Headache, aai
ail Biilons JMsorders.
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