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' ' C BAND LODCB :
C. W. C. T.. Rev. J. W. Tiiggrt. Nebraska City
(I W. Counselor J. Skinner. Omaha ;
O. W. V T. Milt Eddy, Omib;,
G W.B J.Stuveuson, Cellevue; ,
fcr . ' rV. T 3. Bristol, Oinaha.J
OLIVB BHANCn, NO. 2, TXATTSHOrTn t
Ui.utarmeeti2s every Tuesday evening. Traveling
Templars respectful invited. c. T-
E. B. LEWIS, W. 9.
li. B.iWlaDHAH, Lodae Deputy,
EGW GOODS ! ISTB W. GOODS ! FL0
NEW YORK CASH STOKE !
FALL AND WINTER TRADE, 1868;
Lock Stich Reversible Feed
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! !
E. A. WIGGBNIiORN & CO., highest premium
EXCELSIOR DEGREE LODGE, NO. 1.
Meets oa'first and third Friday evening In each
A. B.TODD, W
K. SI. LOSSDaLE, YY. I. T.
ROSA BiR?f E?, W. D. 8. T.
S-S-3TAR0? UO'K LODGE So 8, Mt. Fleatant
hold regular meetings every Saturday eveninl.
E A. KIUKPaTuMCK. W. C. T.
ANDREW COLEMAN. W. B.
FAIRVIEW LODG3, No. 14. hold regulaai neet
lr- every Tuesday evening Travelling Templars
re,nectfu ly tnvttrd H W. CALKIN, W
F.M. YOCNO.Jr , W. 8.
F. M. YOU.VO, Sen., Lodge Deputy.
Correspondence for this column mast be written
plain and grammatically with Ink, and on one side
anl, of whlta Paper. Let thera be short nd to the
A Physicians Testimony. An eminent
nrivsician of Dublin says: "If end were
put to the drinking of port, punch,
and porter, there would soon be an end
to my worldly. 'prosperity. Physicians,
surgeons, and apothecaries would be
ruined, oor medical halls would be strip,
ped of their splendor, fnd diaeuse would
be comparatirely raro, simple find man
ageable. Twenty years' experience has
convinced me that, were ten young men,
when of age, to commence drinking one
glass of ardent spirits, or a pint of port
nr aharrv. and continue to drink that
quantity daily, the litoa of eight of them
would be abridged tweWa or fiftsen
ri Would that everv toudz man
in th land could read this!
At the New York Cash Store, offer tethe putlicthe Largest and best selectee
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, -
COOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, HARDWARE, - ,
WOODEN-WARE, QUEENS WARE,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
j .... . - - . .
We Cfjll particular intention to our New Style of .....
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, FLANNELS, LWHITE AND
COLORED BLANKETS, at wonderfully low prices.
A LARGE STOCK . OF CARPETS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
We bare the largest and neatest stock -DOO TS and SHOES ever brought
to this market consisting in genrlemeDY ladies 'and Children. ; -
OUR QUEENS AND GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT
is complete'and we dflef thfeame at the lowest possible price. j
We have a large stock of the celebrated GARDEN-CITY-CLIPPER PLOW.
: r - -r We are also Agents of the
WHITEWATER COMBINED SEEDER AND CULTIVATOR
which we warrant to' be the best made
ter work than any other Machine.'
Our motto is "QUICK SALES-
T'M E O NJi V O NE
Capable of sewing in more than coe direction
FASTENING ALL ITS OWN SEAMS
... - i
Without stopping Machine or Turning the Cloth.
It uses and was es less thr ead than any other, and
will commence a .im without holding the
' '- ends of the thread.
Warranted to Sew Heavy or Fine Goods
. - ;Equally as well.
We are daily receiving our
Dry Goods, 'N btions, Sals, Caps,
CARPETS," AND . GROCERIES.
MACHTNES SOLD SINCE 1861.
S Send for Report and Circulars .
' ,Wm. E. Plant, Gen. Ag't
612' North Fourth ftrcet. ,St. Lcuis, JIo.
With many thanks for past patronage, we invite all to
and see our Large Stock of Good !
in the United Slates, and doing bel
AND SMALL PROFIT!" - -
Nov. 2G, 186Sjl.
Plattsmcuth, Neb., October 15, 1SCS.
CLARK fc rLUJaJIEU.
pporting an agonttng ?i-f1
dare to plead the law- Pi -v-M Frw&ZZ-' V
. The law-makm jan lOjpf
an exhibit of their love ' : .1 , ; , A!; - r:Mm4
It will be acknoleded by eveTy Intel
ligent mind that the licensing of any
tralo gives it a respect that could not
otherwise be obtained. Those who traf
fic in alcohol and deal out poisonous
drinks to their fellow men, plead the
maiosty of the law. Tho vender with a
high head and eu
fulness of his business
powsr hare made
for unfortunate humanity, by solemnly
setting the vender apart to deal out thi
fluid of death. The State has auhor
ized him to sell. rum to boys that may
ruin an immortal spirit. He stands by
the rock, like Moses, bidding the stream
to quench the thirst of a famishing mul
titude. Why should ho own a sense of
guilt? Wh should he seek to hide him.
elf in dens and caves of the earth? Not
he. lie realizes his high standing in the
community. Ilis face reddens not with
the blush of shame as he takes his stand
with the aristocracy. Numerous great
men greet him with a familiar bow. His
advioe is sought on questions of national
policy. Question him. of the wrong and
wickedness of his busines and ho is
struck with amazement, and in a digni
fied manner enquire if any one is so il
ly as to authorize a wrong. Thus he
claims with a degree of satisfaction that
bis business is just and right. Why
should he do otherwise? Thus clothed
b the legal power of the land. The
more he bustles about, the more rotund
ho becomes, "as the planets which re
voire most rapidly bulge out most at the
centre." With peace of mind and a ra
diant countenance he inserts his thumbs
in the arm-holes of his vest, and parades
before his fluid of death, backed by a
few sections of law. Many s;ek no high,
er cods of morals than the law of the
land. They imagine there is no harm in
visiting those places to which the State
has given its sanction, especially if they
are deolared to "be conducive to the
public good.' The saloon is the centre
of attraction, the prodigal youth, indo
lent and sensual meet there for their
midnight reveling. , The vendee makes
great efforts to bring all unler the influ
ence of his deadly poisons. He is in fa
vor of the circus, and would persuade
the manager that the lot across the way
is the most eligible in town, ne pro
vides large rooms for jugglers and vaga
bond exhibitors to ensnare the curious
and wayward. Ha is a gentleman' of
literature, and sabscribos for newspapers
and periodicals to attract the attention
of loungers. He erects a ball alley, t.a
bles are provided for cards, dominoes,
Jbc, but does he allow gambling? No,
sir. 'Lycurgu3 never layed down his
laws with more strictness." There shall
be no betting unless H is "merely for
something to drink." Thus the licensed
saloon is a plague to the neighborhood,
and the atmosphere surrounding it is a
deadly as that of the Upas. Everything
calculated to arouse youthful curiosity
is provided, and here they learn to be
dissolute and grow up in idleness the
parent of all crime. Many who mijjht
have blessed themselves and their oun
try with noble deedi,have become rotten,
reeling masses of physical .and moral
corruption. Oh, thou invisible spirit of
wine, thy coursa is like that of Homer's
warrior at tho seige of Troy.
Around him wide immense draiructioa pours,
Aa I earth is ililuged with the sanguine sootrrs.
The fiery courgrrs, as the chariot rolls,
Tread down whole ranks and eran out heruea'touH
DaheJ from their hoofs as o'er the road tbry fly,
Black, bloody drop tte smoklnB chariot dye.
The spiky wheels through hoapi of c.ircage tere,
And thick the jrroaniag axle drooled Vila gore
1ttIDE AKD BRIOEQROOf.
i Esar for YounK Men on the interesting rela
tion of BrUcvronm o Bride in the institution of
Marring, a Guide to matrimonial felicitv and true
happiness. Kent hy mail ia sealed letter ear jlopea
free of charge. A l lresn, HowiBO Association, Box
P, Pbilahelphia, l'a. , . . . ;
WOOfiWORTII & CO:, ,
Binders & Paperdealers.
SALYT, JOSEPH, JUO.t
J. M. EirjCHMAIT,
'(Successor to Dunelan niothman,)
Druggist & Apothecary
'r; . ' :. r: .
DRUGS & MEDICINES;
Paints . Oils
1 diet Goods, Perfumery,
- xancy ;oaps,
- AND - -
Ts retftileu at a pric" within the reach of all. This
Mach nc uj. t a ttraiplit needle, makes the LOCK
STU'C It (alike nil both sidea), has a self adtur.tirft 1
tension, tnn can ao every variety or sen-mg. It wju
nera, leu, oir.a, cord, triiiJ, seam, quilt, tuck, ruffle
and patlier; will wark equally well on silk, linen,
woolen, o cotton gooa.-, wun linen, or cotton thread.
SHUTTLE SEWyG MA CIIIXB
Warranted for Five Year!
Oar Arrr.ts t:!!l he suiiiilied with dnn'icale pait of
me ma nine, in case 01 nccinent. It ni ks prrieiy
the sames itch made by trie Sinirer, Whee er & WU-
son. Howe, and FIorfLce Machines. It lias ti e t'a-
nor-red. like tlie tsl cfliiEh-prlce'l Jlachines. and is
the only low. pric-d hnttle Machine in the market
that lias this f.-ed V7"sre cnat'lrd to 'ell a fltt-
elii! SH UT 1 LP. JIACHIMi at a very low price.
account cf it M!iip!i"iiy, aail emu iiueut low c .st of
Mnn:?iurug( in cuint-atiiM-t. with tomi iicuUd il.
WHITE & BUTTERY,
if. SBEtLIR, "
- C. nwi,
I. H. Wheeler & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and life Ins, Ag'ts,
rr.ATTSMOUTII, N. T.
Collections promptly st(en,l.-,l t ... and prooue li ,L.
niUttJ.t current rates of kxr),HnKe. TaesV"
to la id Invcsl.Mtf d. Money lo.m.d on Ke.il y"i'.
secur.tits. Laud Warrants K ,,te.
i forcVII,,cti"n of claim, aealnst Ooverr m, u
lreoldiera, their widow, and .a.noi heir., a...
casiiia of Tenement. , . ",,rlr"I
Hon. S. H. Elbert. Denver City. O. T.
Jles.sr,. Konnlze llros.. ),i.;, Keb
? t"i-n M"t1''. Nel.ra.ta Oiey.
Pr Dir. Lewm, l;,t..n, Mu,.liU1eUa.
H w Duinars CIiIchc, lluiiul..
II M Maciil. rji,rnuiaii. oi.io.
Tootle A llsntiii, IMittsniomh . Vehraak,
L 11 Ru h, Three KivrM. MprhiKsn
u"? bellow s.IlluomUHd, VicoB.ln.
Hon T .it Mnrtiuett, I'lMtt.tuonth, NthrsfW.
; U E wi. Altomey at Law, Kun.lo, tiw Yoraa,
I'sTiilr"'7 Cul, I't JMuine.
I5v practirn! experim. uu In the field and t.v lost
nathetn with th. l.9 w.:fcj1, Cnlti "t,,,,
l.tyl,avet,oeahrouKhtto.ta,e approaching '
... . rniiiVHtlr consists if I
w,mibt iron axlelr.e., -irched ud mtil ".d
lh plow are atmply t Iron hr.ms w.lh
DOUBLE SHOVE!. PLOWS
ri. . . .- 00""'e Joint which
. mi inn SMrre tlm
Irnu vertical and horixouial ni .tinn
. v uii. uu l;i.rinefl In th. . v
.:. iuh.1 it can be til.ni
brushes, all kinds. Pprfnmo
Fancy Toilet Articles, Toys, Trusses, Supporters,
. fehoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds.
of ihi ami'
or lower. d at will. whn .. . "
drft.and raised when thV coin I. hlXV' """
me hiiovelaarcfunii.hed wilh
It e v e r s i b 1 c T
So that the eoil fan be thro
means of In,..
JWIuan to eoi.tr ol lrj,
for medicinal rurroses.
Paints, - - Oils; ' " ' Varnishes
Stationary, Carbon Oil,
(ibss ori1 f
iknii to mi VII
ra or lift it out v(
; Dye Stuffs,
Burlington Uririge f inished
In Connection a itTi
direct, snre and safe
,For tf.tlianfoai and ModicInaZ " pr.rpope " ' ;
K4cp constsnty on hanU fuand We7 assert
e I stock of
Can'fn.Vv conrponnde l by an experienced DrusglM.
"u'li'i-L ttKST Medicines avi. All gccdi
wrrantetl nt reprrsentrJ . Cll and Fee.
MAIN STREET, EOL'TII cUDE.
, , Terms Cash.
Hi. 4 Mi.
. w e wish to arrarije with Ae-i ts. rnilo nr lmalp to
ri pri.i-ui.ine AUirioiu Imiiuc wmir !;ic(iirie. in
eh t-iHte. Countv. ani! T( : ,r th rite I s ;.(..
and Ontario Kxtra ir . li lie- nn- iis to Rv... ripnr.-rt
Ai;entrt. or ru'l ,iirt;cu!ar as to Salar V aad Com
mi Cun, adtiress
( i . v. x. a .v n li f: i vs,
2T. n Lor the hr-nefif of onr Ac.-nts we have a:
rjn-i-u wun p.u lies wbo Iisva Oik.'1s suilaMe fr
ewin; larlii-e --entj to ml!. We will t-ud be ok
.f samples and full mticnlHts on receipt of one red
minp. aotiressu, V, A. A."SD!:fcfi, K-nral Aa't.
Green and Dried Fruit
GEO CE HIES,
urn . 1 1 , . , . . . ..
corn. T i I'l u.(
. ,, , na:, u ine III i
flows ty lioldini; one.
Th following are a few n 11....1
of ...pent.ntv wh,ch tl, Oi:lfito iV:-.".
l't II is stn.tlcer Slid II.-M,.r . I.ln ' .
si.tirly of irrouKht iron. -.st
Jtt'?:'"1:: Lih hwH- .M
....... .... rnmm-s c ri pio
... , lit it I ru: if., c,
the UTOuua with the leu 1 ..in...
HJ. With this Cultivator tin-depth f the
..... "''-. i'iowiok auallo
""-giiuua is nariior soft.
Hh, l;ytneanof the loone r0ur,n n 1,1,1,
from crowd.UB tobtr wh,n , loVlnK f ro Z "j'Z
Korft rtl1err?rticu!ar,,c,ll, oraddres.
D. 1$. Mc.MIXIIAN,
.vo io6jM.vAT. - si-BBAsrA cnr.
jw or deep
w With ci
per rn.,,,1, accrdiV. '"ff
ira.i!res ZMSLLlt. m.-i:-i:i,v i. .vn . "
ItlocW.Chicrco. 11-. ' " vu '-r-,a
IfavlrifT lieen en;areJ !n rnns Dp cs an 1
wants cf trie iiBoi.le in our lineoi trsde. sn.l r ,.r,.irr...i .;.i. .l' '"" "si- "years we k J
tqUHMtvtosuHly hose wants at very low puce,'. ' r",;,:J
COKFECTIONARy, c. Kc. PLOWS! PLOWS!
WHITE A.-BtJl'TEKV. Fa
C. E. FOllOV,
JL-.tinfiiitnrcr of all kinds of
Prese it to the PuMic the most'
Route to -
OHIO, ILLINOIS, INDIAN A,
PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK
AND NEW ENGLAND.
- at STAGE ote.
Stg- w ill lei vo Xeh. City 011 a nd afer A pril 18th at
1 1-iio clock, a m.. t.ikitchr,-akfst at Factor..;.
a'n-e al rlattmocth t 32 oVIn-.-t rar- ,ii:
l.-avVla!t-.mo-itb at one; arrive at N.-b. 0irv at
(.o'clock, p. w. Office at Lindsev'. note' Aeb
City, and it riatteValluy Houv. I'lattsmonth ' '
nprlfitf GEO. JENNINGS.
Passenzers have the choice of the various . romtes
centering in Chicago. "
Brisaase Checked through to Oltumwa
: H A T E S
invarlab y as low as by other Koutes
B- Buy your Coupm Tickets
AT OTTUMWA via
Pullman's elegant "sleeping
zsr e "w
; JEWELRY; STORE
Ho! for S-HitCre(k,whii-joinan kMi two hints
imone Rione.gei your lira n (iroutid and Wool
uar.ie i a me s.iuie m, ; llie tr.i.ch inrj f, r bo'Ji is
untried oruer. v. e useit.e Tatenl Mach:n Ca'ils
rhich wrre run enough last year to estal lh their
JU 'Biiuilij l:ver IIl-OlU KIIHI.HS a 1 S' in n.l tlo
caniesury. The siipermritv of Mr. S. Twls. as a
I u r I r- I. n-11) tnn-. . l i l . ,
. , 1 '"""Tier are ntill re-
laiueo ior ine Dentin or tne public. Wiih the above
au.iii.ik.-? .caaunnnrfcivei'tint we can lnake it
- . T- K alr "no want work in our line
1,11. nc- mi.- n .M . WJJ LAX ...i.W.
- S.TWISi. Carder'.
JACfB VALLERT, JR
T. E. RUFFMR
We reppctru 1 j fj -,
VALLERYS 4& RUFFNER,
(Successors to Staudc & Anderson.)
?urh tliffcel-l rated Pod nrenkinir Plow. M-.nla
llmrd ltrk.Ts Stirrlni: Pi.... .1,' '
Shovel-. Crilfivator. and Ifair..'... "Ker .1 ,, r .7. '!
-m moil notice AH u-.irk narmnti'd
Har11ii.-h.-1d mvcli -i,..ri..,.. : .V . . .
f-o! .relr t! ln ' : " """i
HI.. : " . . - '
itait (in- me a can in r.ii e pi
urclisslnlt elkev. bo,
,M.iy flth, l C7.
" 'c nowiiwe to sell Ihi M goods at
Our motto 13
The subscriber havintt purchased the Pvl (tfo'i e'ot
X O E S:D I'M G L Y L W PJR 3 o E Q.
IP. J?. TODD,
1SES5S KT LAEGE SALES & SMALL PROFITS.
ir nr, t?
fc " n?.'ort;iiect of in -chines aud nuehire And
ir.- .. ' ' "i"a- JLJ" dice at StudMiuiana
Clothing Store. Hec. 4 'ti7
Mnrhma repir.j.t -m s7i r! nY
ALL NIGHT TRAIXS...
Gen. Tc't & i'aa'r As't
O. C. MORTOX, : - " -
Oen'l Freifjlit Ag't. :
SHORTEST and MOST EXPSZD
TIOUS ItOUTi: TO A hit'
POINTS EAST Qit
Trains leave" the. DepoV at
V . .Council lilufls ,
In-connection with trains on the Council Bluffs and
Bt-Soseph Railroad, as follows:
- . (Council UiuSs time) ' ' .'
Rsfrss at It. 00 a. m , eice;t Sunday. 1 '
.Mail at 6 55 p. m ,: ' Saturdays.'
arriving in Chicago at 1 p m. and 5 a. m, , making
elote connections with th- Michigan Central, V ich-
ipan Sonthtm, Pittmirir, lort Wayne ad Chicug .
0 hirairo e.nd tiieat E;itern. Chici -u aud Alton, II
inois. Central, and alt other Eastern and Southern
KiilroaJ.rur ... . .
Fot I iliasXJenUi.dblilldreii.'aa'd Sti rest Bf
kind, atd is rrepared to do all kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In thibest manner. and would behai py toserve his
old and as mauy new customers . muv i..-,
their patronnge, assuring them of their work well
one, at moderate prices, and on ihr.rt
tiK'iiircbraclif every Taricty f footls ukukIIv ktrt
1 '. I ...l.-'-ljJ ,.. n. 1 . . ' . : . , , 1
...... ci.jr i-inre, win ue sou a low
prices, and warranted of bent workmanship and
naterial. He bus also ai small stock of ;
Real Estate 0 fH c e,
hlcll Will tlA .rn..l..n;el,..t .i .... ,
Hold at the lowest fiinres. Having permanently! -CHtid
in tiiis city, I respectiu ly solicit a share of pa
trona?e, and cordially invite all to call and examine
tne stock on Jiaai. as me would h neari-m
you. R3d do not auk yon to buy unless we -fcr.rl make I Troa.
i. ror rour interest to putrcnize us.
P. TT PTnv-
in..Vo I- " iina "'"C'i 'rr- P'tsona! exam-
i.iucri. aiK selected, i:rvfd and se-
K,,,; . 7. ,,.,ULrc:md hand nnd imProv.d farms
mrde " eaaiumed, a cd Conveyances
n vKJr"ETNCK'J.Jol'n Turner, lafe Tree G & C
i 1,1, ynnmy nnonai Uai.k, D;xun, III
" eup. u uet lj K K; Any Eankt rin
.wikK'S16' aJ Keceiverof
T. K. BAs.1l,
1. B. CLARK
Spr vg field, ,
uign o er (be scene Achilles stool
All grim with dust, all horrible with blood."
An Italian in Cincinnati was laughed
at for his broken English, and retorted
testily, "You laugh at my Iogleeaa ?
You pealc ItalyoD? I malce you seek."
I Yorcester, '. -'. Butun,
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA',
PITTS3CHCH, HAlJluiBURaH, BALTIjlOllC. '
v, ' i: ';.
. Wahiiiiiion, -.- Whtviing, . Columbus, - v:
Cincinnaii, ' I.oulevihs, - . lotil,1.'
Cairo, " 7 Memphis, Yicksburfc', '
i - - .
PagKa;e Checked Through to all principal pjinta
and no extra charge for trausler through Chico. ,
Paseusers have choice of routd. u rlii. iiA-
euj yiiij ali the muii4. iuiptovcuents ia line eu
first-class railways. -i .
Superior Arranged Sleeping Cars cn
all Trains! '
Passengers for anr no!::' E is! or Snath. t .
t(.:nlves of lb mjy a Uantag -s off-red by tkus
Company, sh"n:d t t articcar to ak- for, aad ace
thit their ticki-Uread.-
T.1 CHICAGO. XuBTr-WESTBJty
C3A copy of tbe Hsuald w-IH be tinnnn si.
at the otnee of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway
229 Broadway, New York. 3
O. L. DCXLAP.G-n'l Sup't.
J. P. HOKTO V, . VT. P,.r Ag,t Chica-o.
. Cea 1 Pae-'rgent
TootlefHanua & CJark,
.. ; Our stock consists in ' ;
Dry-Goods and Groceries,
J Staple and Fancy Gcods,
Hard ware and .Queens ware;
" Boots and Shoes,
! Hats and Caps,
."'l An J a largo stock of ' : '-'
CLOTIll.YG, WO ODEA AND
MARE. 1UOJC A vn yV A TT C
' X 1 1 M I J Kj,
And in fact, everiy thing that a man wants. -
JC?-Oive ni a call and we guaranteeyou entiie satisfaci
EOIII Dai v Train, t.t Mi ti. , ...:i,. i . a. t w
Railroad from the weM mate clor-e connection M
Wacon City - with the above llr.n, arrivina u Ur
Louis and coiineiiltK di.cctiv i iihiiinim.,,.. ..
nfierniHin trains out of t-t, Louis, for
.ir.w lUKKy .. . i'HfLiiri.ritnA.
UOKTOW, W A IJIINOTOK ClTT.
PlTT'BVROH, CiLVMBUS, .
lMiToa. Ci vcianarrt,
irIAAPOL!!, I CHICiOO,
. LOCI6VILLK, jNASHVILLa,
Aad all'Points East North or South-
The only direct and legitiniata route from the
.West to St. Louis & the KasL
Time lo the. Eastern cities as Q UlCJZas
can le made hif any route, uiti
Tiskets vis the above linn cm i. .bt . . .
11 1...1 : ... .... f-.iiiuii.i . mm .
...uiiium d oi. jokjiu m-kel ouiues in the West.
VALLER YS & J UFFJVER. (ri'are i, the same a, ly any other rout.
for tlic ScMaticr Wagon
i BARTON BATES, President
JOHN P. I.Atnn, OenerMi HuTinteDdi-Dt
Jl, H. WHKF.LKK. fi-in Ticket Agent
JOSEPH GAMIiLE, Gn. Freight Agent , ,
' P H. EARLY, Aynt. St. Joseph.
I M. DUNN, Ocntrai Western Ageat.
Life Insurance Compa'y,
, OS Broadway, IVew-Yorlc.
CYRUS CURTISS, ; Presideiit?
. .' Dealers in :
Golil Dajxf, Gold and Silver
...,,lJKi!anscj U. .
: And other Mock.
DEPOSITS K CEl VISD, "
t . ... :- . i f t : ? ;; i i ' -v.'
and specialaitention given to Collections
V O 'v' - .
PTjATTSMOUTH, li T
. r cl wax e
B. F. PaIKHjK.
; Entire profits divided among tte Policy Holders. '
rolic-es 3oufoifoitab'e. after tw, annual payment
Divi !Dds on the Contribution P:an. paid anao.tl
ly from date of po'.icy, and in case the premiums are
" i'pitm io se'-p tne lusnrance in force.
LIFE POLICIES SELF-SUSTAINING
In from 13 to 20 yearn, according to ape.
this company issue policTe on ail the approved
plan, of Insurance, and ofTers every inducement con
sistent with srlvency. - .......
for pi.rtlculj;rs apply to the undefsfsntil.
" . For Atrencies to - -
V.S.VL A MA30X, General Agents,
T,rr.-r.' v 130 La Sellearreet. Chicago.
KL . LTvTaN, Agon's Couacil UUtt.
Di. TI. R. LlTi.VGSrON, Med. Examiner.
nJ1 . . Plattsmouth.Keb.
MEL ODE O N S .
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dealer ia the ce-ebrat"d Suck t McCammoi! Pianoe,
and o.hjr .M-.ui-al Ic Lruir.enta
S3"A1I Icsttunients warranted flye yesrs j ,
.., ..: -: :". E. T. DUKE fe Co.,
. - Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaiied
' AND STAMPED WARE
S T E EL .3? LOWS
Of 11 kinds and siaea, which we warrant the best in the market.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exclusive Agents in this County for the sale of -'
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
MIE SHORT" ALL RAIL LINK
To Chirnnn Ttotr.Jt rJA. c r.y.
I.nrnt,ftf IndOinapdU. Cincinnati, LouinilU.
JtilHhrill. Cairo. tmr,Ll. fnl,.n.l.,.. 11';.. .1
inj, PittM-Hrg . Bntfuln. JfUiaara F.ill. 11,,, Mm,
''Hrj, JSulU more. Wihin'jton, Philadelphia,
A'eio York, JWon, die.,
Is vU the old, reliable Central Route the
Hannibal & St. Jo. ft. JL
-. LiH.. !""?
V jr r '. iicrssj3 -JO.
R. R. ine of 11 ism hi
Give us a call-
or Wood Cook Stove.
we will not b undersold Main St., text door east of Masonic
PLATT8MOUTU. ' NEURASKA
rSTake the II. k ST.
River Packets from
To St. Jcf,cpi, where conn.-ctieas are triade wltli
Two Daily Ezpress Train
On the II 4 Si. Joe. R. IJ., run through 'rom Saba
Joseph tQai:liy without change of cars
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
Wi.h Chicago, Uurlinnt.m A Quiory, ,nd To!c
WalahA YWatein Railroad, for all pol.U Vaei
CJoge connection made at MACOV wlih NORTH
MISSOURI It. R. for St Loo is, and at Hannibal wlUi
Daily M;ss. Kiver Packet for St. Louis, meals and
stateroras fte-, leaving every (r nil (Too arrival of
trains from thr west, and arr.vitig in St. Louis nrt
morning in season for b :sm--, aud to connect with
Chicago, Alton at M. Lui, Terre Ha'iie, Alton A ft.
Louts, and Ubi.i m l J-i't:T.i.i Railroads. far all uoinsa
l.iial, North and South.
Run on Night Trains.
S BuryiUrthroi:L'h tickets via Hannih.i A S.
Jo. K. R. at lu-ilc ticket offics in Omaha. 'Conned
Bluffs I'Uiti uutii. Nebraska Citv. Ft. Jr.e,.h.
and on each Packet in t'ne l;n. and en joy tbe con-
sciouii-ess i f tavihg t ikcn the iibort. rheau md
i:et n uto ta f C. V.-. MEI. Gen Fun't.
P. H. CilOAT, G.'n'l Ticket Agent,
II. U.COVHTUIGnT,eBl FrTt Agt
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