Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, November 25, 1869, Image 4
III 1 1 V: . V - She Ubra$l;a J&cvaltl. local isriirws. It. it. time tabm:. . Tiir,.-- leave Pacific City u follows: lil.lX, MiliTH. I (HUNG Jil.t'TH. Frcih'. 7: v. m. Kreiht. c-.:; a. a. -, K " M- '''J ' p- v- .Mail A i... ;;:; r. u. I Mail iv hx.. ":.'-i . m.- Niitht Exi.rcits trains nt n e v cry d ny : nil ot'icrs injr day eteept Sunday. Pacific City i.4 14 inilcH froni Cotin.-il 1.1 u tl. aud 114 milui from t. Joseph. Tii? faimnii Cluea'O "Witrwtun ' wh'Tt Abraham Lincoln received his Ert no'iiination for President, was de stroyed by fire hrt week. H. J. Streiht has just n-fi-ivt-d a larj;e bto-k of t'.yB. I I.J lias decide! ujMjn having "CIirL tiuas. fixings" in h:h a n thia year. The Vigilauci Committee has warned all thieve and LlacLli's away from lYti iiiontorr. They did not await a sivond invitatioa to leare, hut left at once. A man named P. II. Pratt, traveling agent for ''Kf-iirs Stock Force l'niup" w.-is; arretted in (ileiiwool ln.-t week on a chartre of forgery. He forged the name of Daniel Iloriran, of that county, to tlie tunc of ?'1(X. They are havinir uni'-li trouldV in Washington county ovorthe ioue of their mnty bonds to the S. C. & I. R. K. IjO-gul inKvcdin.2s have been instituted tocompell the issue of the bonds. At an early hour Sunday evening, while James Brennen was crossing Sec ond street bridge, he missed hi.- footing and fell into the stream. He was helcd out by a couple of officers who were on duty in that vicinity. lie wa:i uninjur ed and perfectly unconcerned, :-o says one who saw the occurence. Judging from the drove1 of chickens and turkeys the boys are collecting, the orders for frch oyster., pics, cakes, fruit, etc., we would infer that the ''So ciable" tube given at the Masonic Hail. AVediie.-day evening next, is to boa "big tiling on lout." Happy is he who has the necessary card to present at the door. One of our citizens has called our at tention to the fact that wheat is only worth itbout 50 cents per bushel here, while it is worth about 'JO cents per bushel in St. Louis ; and that bran is worth only about 40 cents in St. Louis while TSC??, SO eents is asked for it here. He HUgg'.'ste l, s a reason for thic, that in ore mil!.-' are needed in Nebraska. From a record of police doings it will b seen that yesterday was rather a lively day. Offenders are brought to time without unnecessary delaj- by our police force. It is an old saying that tny busi ness will pay if it is well followed, but v.e doubt if John Fox has found getting drunk a very profitable business, not withstanding he has followed it pretty closely, as the report shows. Tlie Blair Register has the following sensible item in an article calling for more mills: "Wheat worth one cent per pound and flour selling for three and a half, and the bran and shorts for twice as much as wheat is worth; corn worth fifty cents per cwt, and corn meal selling for three dollars ; six times much as the raw corn is worth, are facts that should attract the attention of somebody towards building mills." We dropped in at the new Marble Works of Merges & Bro., of this city a few days since, and found them turning out some of the finest work we have neen anywhere. We advise- persons wanting tomb f tones, or other marble work, to call at Merges & Rro.'s and see the character of work they are doing, and inquire their prices. Their work is superior to anything we have seen brought from the cart and is at least one fourth cheaper. Patronize home insti tutions. A young man named Duncan Frazicr, aged about 'JO years, a native of Canada, died at the Platte Valley House, in this city, last Saturday night. Mr. Ross and hi estimable lady are deserving the grateful thanks of all charitable people for their kind treatment of the young luan whom chance had thrown upon their mercy. He came to their house eiek and without money, and they kept him and eared for him as though he wore one of their own until death re lieved him from his sufferings. He was sick for about three week, with typhoid fever, and much of the time was de ranged. Nothing is known of him ex except that he came from Canada, and had worked for a short time on the rail road west from here before he was taken sick. He died a stranger in a strange land ; but, thanks to the kind heart of the hostess of th. Platte Valley, he was not without a friend t care for and soothe him in bis dying hour. A broaihculdercd chap, with a well develoicd muscle, concluded sometime last night, that he would "run- the "lodging houe" in the south part of the city; and in accordance with such conclu sion he assumed a dictatorship over the establishment. Being remonstrated with lie informed the inmates that he was "monarch of all he surveyed," and that there was not power enough in the city of Piattsiuouth to dispossess him. A "fallen aDgel' was immediately dispatch ed after the sheriff, who found the fel low in undisputed posses-ion of the place. Sheriff Johnson placed his hand on the fellows shoulder, and in that peculiarly quiet tone of his, told him to "come with him," which the fellow did without the lea-t hesitation. The magnetic touch of Sheriff Johnson has a powerful effect on that class of men. They generally 'come' when he speaks to them in that still small voica. As the case was somewhat complicated owing to the character of the h".use, sheriff Johnson afterwards let the fellow off o'n the promise that he would behave himself He had com menced to smash thinas a little "before th" slieriff amve-'l." 1 1e had sbecii dr1k- jicr sbai- but was not excusably drunk, j j ,-... Tvrftfjin' Iuilu, . ..... .. j Tlie r;iilroal transfer restuuctl ojcra- t!ns tins morn int.'. nam wikiu is (ellinjr at a cord m ! t r t 1 it- . . . i- this titv. I T, !'.... II I 1 1 . 1 ,,c riV(!i w-" bkxjka Jed la the vicinity Sioax titv somt; 'lays atr. ! - J & Tlie now 51. K. cliimh buiMIiiir is jro-rre.-siri:.', iiotv.uhst,uidin.j the eM wea ther. A destructive wind storm lmsj p.as-ed ever the county recently, doing much damage. Sonic of the city convicts were out cn the Ktreets to-day, paying up their Cue?", with pick and shovel. Commissioner Moore faors our su gciition to havo the proceeding-? of each meeting of the Hoard of County Com missioiierc published in the IIkiiai.D. The Omaha lferthl has seen a laaii from Nebraska City who thinks ten miles of the Midland road will yet be built this winter. The Oasaha I'rjiulfcui learns that the point of connection between the Un ion anil Central IV.ciiic 'railroads hu leen fixed at Orden. The ferry boat commenced operations to-day at the landing north of Ma;u .street. It was hard work for her to get. up through the ice. The ice was too heavy for boating yes terday. The dty ferry was unable to operate, and the railroad boat only made one trip, leaving the barge on the Iowa .side. The railroad machine shop is all in closed, except putiug in the windows. A big forty bushel coal stove has been set up in the engine room, large enough, to warm all outdoors. W. C. Jenks, of Weeping Water, called on the Hkivai.O this morning. lie aecompar.ie-I an invalid nephew to the city, who started wot this morning for health. The Omaha papers think they will be able to do something next year. We hope so, for we like to see everybody prosper in Nebraska. Omaha has not done an extraordinary amount of public improvement during the past year. The Omaha, papers are disputing about which is the railroad paper. They should not quarrel about it, as both fill their respective places. The Rrpulh'ciu does the solid work and the Jlernhl makes the noise and brat s about it. The Iron for tlu first ten miles of the I. A- 51. west from Piattsiuouth is already across the river, and still there is no It-t up to the shipment. As soon as the bridge is built the construction ma terial will come thicker and faster. ( J rand Master II. P. Duel has ap pointed J. E. Boyd, C. W. Burt, Dr. (oo. B. Graff, N. Hellman. II. Kountze. Dr. Knos Lowe, and James (r. Megeath. as the Board of Tru-rees to take charge of the building of a Masonic Temple for Nebraska. A Norwegian named Hans Sehyei was assassinated in Omaha last Saturday night by some person or persons un known. He was shot through th and died la-t evening. It is supposed he was killed for tlie purpose of robbery, but the murderers were probably fright ened away, as he was not robbed. The County Com in is.-loners commenced this afternoon to make a statement with the retireing officers of the county. We presume a full statement of the financial condition of the county will be giver, to the public through the columns of the IIkkalu at least we would suggest that course, and we believe the Comuii.sioncrs are favorable to it. from Wi fiiiv!':y'g Unity. Deputy 5Iarshal Lonsdale's wife left to-Jay for a visit to her friends in Iowa. D, N. Smith, Esq., of Burlington, came in from the west last evening, and left for Burlington to day. The B. & 51. R.1T CoTof Nebraska paid out .2(0,0;X) in cash in this city last pay day. A nice thing to have in a familv. The Commissioners of Otoe countv have authorized an election for is? uim: $200,00 ) bonds, to nil in the building of their railroad. The settlement was not made yester day with the out-going county officers, as we expected ; but was postponed un til the next regular meeting of the Com missioners in Deeeinlcr. The local of the Thnaha Jl-iruM is en gaged in writing a history of the houses of ill fnue of that city, and biographies of the inmates. The I L rail has evi dently found its frt.e. We understand that Mr. Bellows has retired from the police force, and that .1. W. Barr has been appointed in his place. Mr. Bellows lias done excellent service for the city, and 5Ir. Barr will not be behind hand. 5Irs. 51. A. Thomas, Administratrix of the estate of Wm. L. Thomas, de ceased, advertises to esell a quantity of stock and farming utensils ; also a quan tity of household goods, on Saturday. IX-eember 4ih, at her residence on Four 5Iile Creek. It was difficult to realize the number of immigrants entering Nebraska at this place when the ferry was making regular trips ; but just as soon as she was htuled ofTfor a day ths accumulation of wagons on the Iowa side begins to give one some idea of the rapidity, with which Nebraska is settlin?. - . John Sallivan was brought lie fore the U. S. Commissioner this morning on a charge of keeping an. Inn or tavern without Government, license. lie was held to bail in the. sum of $500 for hl .,,'!. .....i.. w hi. 1H..VL U0.1 yi , .ii. - . . . i nm.Mrtnml ! llnnii-t l.r. ,.P iV, IT C Dfct net. Court at Omah 1. .;. . - Git-. Aiui jiy is puttin r -uown Minrj very nice j-avimr atones in front of liis new ,ttxA l;uiM:r,::. - Mr. I'o'lar 1 was before the Commis sioners yesterday, took the "iron clad, V filed hi-: bond, an 1 was sworn in as Clerk of Cass County. He will probably assume the duties of his offire about the first of next month, until which time Mr.Sjair Ivk con'.'nues to act. Mr. O'Connor was brought before the I'. S. Commissioner's, Court yesterday on charge of violating the revenue laws by' keeping :i tavern. As-istant District Attorney, J. Vance Lewis, prosecuted the case, and T. M. Marquctt was" attor ney for th defendant. After a full hearing, the prisoner was discharged. We un Icrstand the proprietors of the town of Wyoming, at the mouth of Weeping Water, are somewhat' elated over the prospects of yet rivaling Ne braska City. Their hopo is based on the building of a railroad up the Weeping Water to Ashland, crossing the Mis souri at Wyoming the best crossing for a railro.i I on the river except at l'iatts moutli. If KKALD is not responsible fur views or opinions of correspo;i lents. We believe in ailowing the largest lib erty to correspondents, but at the same time hope they will always remember that it is improper for them to be too pcr.-'oual throne h the columns of a news paper. We desire correspondence upon all subjects in which the public are inte rested, but desire 'all personal difficulties settled through some other channel. We state these things for the general guidance of persons who may desire to write for the Herat.I. Ki:'oit:E:r.s coritT. Nov. IT. John Donahue was this morning brought before the Recorder and plead guilty to the charge of drunk enness: this being his second offense, he was required to pay into the citj- school fund the sum of $10 and costs, amount ing to $17. John Duffy being convicted of the charge of drunkenness, was assessed $13 i0. Nov. 19. Dan Eagan, while examin ing the sights in this city, was so unfor tunate as to fall into the hands of the police; and was this morning brought before the Recorder and plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness and was fined and costs. Nov. '2o. John Fox, who was yester day released from jail for the third time, concluded to celebrate the event with ju.-t one glass of whisky ; but after taking the one glass his resolution could not withstand the temptation to take several other glasses. About 9 o'clock he drew his revolver on a man at the City Hotel, and a little later, to his grief, he fell into the hands of the police. He was this morning brought before the Re corder and plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and in default of $S and costs was sent up to work out the a.iioitnt on the streets. Timothy Crolcy plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness and was required to pay " into the city school fund with costs. ( J. Anderson plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness and paid $ fine and costs. Nov. Win. Black, having visited Plattsmouth in company with his friend llii 'y Dagau, concluded that as it was rather chi'ley he would indulge in a lit tle streight whisky, whilst Huey took his hot, which so confused their brains that they were unable to preserve an equilibrium. They were .provided with longings at the exjiense of the' city, and were tLi ; morning brought before the Recorder and plead guilty to drunken ness and aeceeded to the request to loan the City School fund i'". each with cost. James JIarmieo.i plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was fined $5 and costs. Thomas McFarlain was found guilty of drunkenness and was assessed o and costs. John Fox appeared before the Recor der for the fifth time on a charge of drunkenness to which he plead guilty and in default of and costs was sent up- Ivl ward Don eh ne was found guilty of drunkenness and was requested to do nate the City School fund the sum of o and costs. Frank 5IcGoran plead guilty to a charge of drunkenness an 1 paid $') and costs. Nov. 23. John Burns was arrested on complaint of .Mr. McTntosh, who charge I him (l)urus) with larceny in the stealing of money from his (?deIntosh's) pocket while in Burns' taloon on second street. The prisoner was discharged from insuffi ciency of evidence, and the prosecuting witness was ordered to pay the csrs of the examination, amounting to $8. Several unofficial charges of drugging customers have been ma le against Burns. wivrcit. In nearly every town in Nebraska the youmr men have organized Literary So cieties and made arrangements for intel lectual entertainment by mean of lec tures, readings, &c, but we cannot learn of anything of the kind being on the ta l for Plattsmouth. . Tree, we hear of projected '.'balls' and "festivals", wc know of innumerable sociables where young men appear with "dead loads"' of can l.v, we hoar also of '"whist clubs," "chess clubs" and "old sledge clubs," and similar entertainments are numerous enough, but we have yet to learn of the young men of the place having made any arrangement for mental culture during our long winter evenings. Wc mention this matter, not in way of rebuke, but ju-t to call attention to it, as wc" believe that it is all our young folks need to in augurate the right movement towards an asrreeable treat for the winter. Some one savs of a, religious congre- t nation, that tbev m-av on their knees on :im! on their . . , ., 1 i nn . la v nf'!!rnl or tne . .' . 1 re-t of the weL. TWO IKAVS DAILY. I'laliMiionlli So li! :;; v.illioul . cijant of rt. We understand that two trains a day are to be run between this city and Chi cago ju:.t as soon as . the gap is closed between Oleivwnod and Re I Oik, which is reduced to a very few miles, and will be. closed this week unless the weather is very severe. Then, indeed, will we begin to feel the effects of rail road communication when passengers can get into a passenger coach at Platts- mouth and ride to Chicago without change, and when goods are received here in the same car they are loaded into at Chicago, and the car returned loaded with frrain or cattle. SEXII lMI'KHS HAST. If You Wmi!I SlnUei fily of PIutiH nun. 2 Advert If it. Just above the mouth of the Platte river we can see substantial evidences of the benefit of advertising. It is a gen erally conceded fact that Omaha is the best advertised ciry in the world. She its not advertised so extensively by the numbers of her newspapers, for she has only two, hut by the liberality with which these two are patronized. The people of Omaha have stood square up to their papers, and given them their support without being afraid the propri etors would make too much money; and the newspaper proprietors have not been afraid to invest their means in get ting up a first class paper. Now we say to the people of Piattsiuouth, scud copies of tlie Hkrat.d east, and thus advertise Plattsmoulh. The Hku vt.d is to-day a better paper than Omaha possessed when she was the size of Piattsiuouth, and we propose 1 1 keep it ahead of every thing in the State in proportion to the patronage received. From the day we issued the first paper in Piattsiuouth, we have labored incessantly to give a just account of the doings .and resources of this locality, and .-ball continue to in crease our facilities for benefiting the towu and surrounding country as the patronage extended to the paper in creases. Let every man interested in the prosperity of this region send one cr more copies of the Hekamj east, and you will soon see the effect upon the wealth and population of the county. AXOTltrit UttllME TIIJE1' IX I.J3i- A II !-. sitolcu in ?ZiiO!iri, StlI in Ioivh, 3tlil tlie Tliief Cnptnred lu SiOriisIiii, A few days since, 5Ir. J. R. Peoples, of Missouri, came to this city on the hunt of a stolen horse. He related his case to 3Iarshal M. B. 5Iurphy, who sooij discovered the whereabouts of both horse and thief. The horse was found on Weeping Water, in the possession of Mr. B. F. Alien, who had traded for it at Bethleham, in Iowa, from a man named John F. Vaudersiice. A warrant was issued by Judge Child for the arrest of Vanderslice, and placed in the hands of deputy Marshall F. 51. Lonsdale, who found him at Ashland, Saunders County. The horse was .stolen from 5Ir. John King, of Holt County. .Missouri, father in law of 5Ir. 1 'copies. The prisoner was taken before Judge Child yesterday afternoon, and was committed to the charge of Sheriff Johnson for a rca-ona- ble time to obtain evidence. A dis- j patch was received by Sheriff John son, this morning, from the Sheriff of Holt County, Mo., requesting him to hold Vanderslice until a requisition could be obtained from the Governor. i.ifiii r th s st rt r. ;: :s. We rccommen 1 to the City Council the absolute necessity of lighting the principal streets on dark nights. The moiiii lights them all well enough for about one third of the year, but the other two thirds they should be kept lit up by street lamps, until at least mid night. One lauip and post at each street 1 crossing, and one k t every bridge would co.-t but little. The police could attend to the lamp-- until better arrangements are made. We pay heavy taxes, and we see scarcely anything done to make us more comfortable as a city. Let us have lisht ! Tin: T1VIXM. To attempt to gain that for which no equivalent is given, or to possess the property or money of others without ren dering a valuable consideration in return, is the evil principle that renders gamb ling dangerous. All of the operations of the gambler are based on a wicked principle. He arrays himself against the principles which are iiecesary to the peace of society. Tlie purpose and in tent of all gambling is the gaining of wealth without returning that which shall approximate to a fair equivalent. Billiards, Cards Keno, Faro, whatever the game is. the purpose is the same. It does not affect the principle, the gambler giving his victim an equal chance with himself. He has no idea of losing ; his aim and purpose is the same. The aim is to possess the property of auuther, and on this hope he gambles. The robber who demands your money runs the risk of hi.s life aud the ven geance of the law. Tlie duelist who challenges his enemy and intends to kill him, runs the risk of his own life. But one is as surely a thief and the other a murderer as if they knew before hand ! that they were safe. The fact that they will thus hazard their lives onh proves the height of their expectation and their determination to jiossess that which be longs to another. The effect of this evil prineiple is of such a nature that a per son cannot heartily enter into it without cherishing designs similar to the burglar or robber the ge-ting of property with out productive labor. Kvcry person who gambles imagine themselves possessed of a certain knowledge, a skill, or a lueky hand. which will secure the property of another. It is enough to condemn this evil principle, that whichever way you turu the principle the leprosy affects ever.- part. There is anotlief evil 'connected with 1 . . .1 - irinn m iiimjixj iv .-!. active rower iJtXK iniTthqtitf 'cbuiieietjp'I :v5Ui. ? ".bar-r'ooui groggcri'es'. The gain o'er ;ws. ; rum fc blind the x? Ci- ofdusvio'.im-and j urge kim'oa to p! iy long!, 'aii I to thYow his, victim . off. his ;uanl. so, .vs .t.o jinaLX' hint to more easily gain the property of another. When delcat comes the same cup is his consolation, and nerves him to use means the most wicked and despe rate to retrieve hi.s lo.-t property. 1 hey lock hands and move together to ruin men in this life and the life to come. Among the brilliant names which formed the glorious constellation of Brit ish statesmen, at the opening of this century, there is none more resplendent than that of Sheridan. He stood be side Pitt, and Buike, and Fox, in the House of Commons, when those com manding intellects illumined their nation with their genius and wonderful gifts of oratory. Yet this grand intellect which soared for a season, like an eagle in the I sun',' swept a narrow and lower circle, until at length its mighty wings wore broken, its proud plumage drag get in the mire. He who had triumphed over the minds of modern times, was himself conquered by the meanest of foes. His cars had listened to the sirens of the card table and .wine cup.. Their vices assailed his virtue and when once in their fatal embrace he fell to rise no more. These twin vices often combine their art to ruin men. There is a firm and natu ral alliance between the gambler and the inebriate. November, 21, lsr9. F. Tlie Loral Paper. The following tribute to the local paper, which we take from the columns of the Chicago lirpitlUcxn, contains so much truth that we commend it to the careful consideration of all business men, and others interested in the welfare of their local journals : Whit tolls us so raadilv the standard of a town or city as the appearance of its naner? And its youth or its aire can as well be determined by the observing as by a personal notice. J lie enterprise of its citizens is depicted by its a lver tisc'iicnts, their liberality by tlie looks of the paper. Some pa pel's show a go d. solid, healthy foundation, plethoric pur ses, and a well-to-do appearance gene rally ; others show a striving to contend with the grasping thousands around them, trying hard to wrench an existence from their close-fisted communities. An occasional meteoric display in its columns of telegraph or local, or of editorial.-, shows what it can do if it had the mean-! ; but it cannot continue in the expon -iv-e work until support comes, which ought to be readily granted. A newspaper is like a church it wants lostermg in th commencement, and lor a lew years; then, as a general thin--', it can walk alone, and reflect c. coit upon its location Take your home paper, it gives you more news of immediate interest than anv other paper can possibly do ; it talks fiir you when other localities e!ie you ; it stands up for vour rights : vou alwavs have a champion in your ho ne paper ; and those who stand up for you should certainly be well sustained. louriut rests are kind.'c.l and equal, and you must rise or fail together. Therefo 'e. it is vour interest to support your name paper, not grudgingly, but, in a liberal snirit : as a pleasure, not as disagreeable duty, but a an investment that wiii amply pay tho expenditure. X' I.AT'fS JIOl'Til ?I A IS Si I '.T. V. 'heat Sui!y light this week, de mand heavv. aud bringing lettcr figures for choice 2o. 1 well cleaned wheat. Farmers should remember that wheat well cleaned hrmg? o s-e more per bushel; very important to be well cleaned fur the Chicago market. No. I wheaf selling at oO''.' i0c ; fair -to;r-"')e. Oats Supply light ; demand heavj and increasing, with oliglrVi advance bringing iNto" ;:."e. C'ltN Old, none ofTerod ; depreda ting rapidly. New, to 3o(f.d0o per bushel. Potatoes Market .stea lily- imprnv in ; Ne-hauno k and Peach Blow bring ing '.)0i it "j',c per bn In 1. IAU:AI4 NOTICES. Good story and half frame residence, for sale, containing .-ix rooms, on corner of Jjocust and Seventh streets. Inquire of 5Iaxwcll Chapman. octitttf 5I.VRK Twain. Any one wanting a copy of this new book by the world re nowned, humorous and instructive au thor and traveler, can secure the same by leaving their name at the post-office within a few days. HOVlOtf J. W. 5IARSIIALL. Two story brick Blacksmith Shop, with 40 by SO feet of ground, for sale, fronting on Fifth and Vine street. In quire of 5Iaxwe!i iV. Chapman. oc2Ctf m Don't forget that Wm. Stadelmann has removed his immense stock of Cloth ing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots Shoes, etc., to next door west from his old stand, where he will be pleased to see all his old friends and customers, and where lie can accommo date all the new customers that ee4it to give him their patronage. .He also keeps piece goods for sale, or can have them made to order without leaving the houe, as Iu; keeps several first class workmen 5ons'tantly employed. oct2i.di.wtf Ballou's Monthly 5Iagazime. We are in receipt of this marvellously cheap and handsome magazine far De cember. Its table of contents is varied and charming, embracing the usual fine variety of serials, sketches, stories, poems and attractive engravings. The publish ers announce iii the prospectus for tlie coming year a serial story for adults, by the popular magazine writer James Franklin Fitts, and a juvenile serial by the young people's favorite, Horatio Alger, Jr. The price of this periodical is a marvel to everybody a hundred page first cla.ss illustrated magazine for fifteen cents, or 1.50 per year, is indeed wonderfully cheap. Elliott, Thomes fc Talbut, Publishers, Boston, 51 ass. All parties arc requested to purchase the Weeping Water Flour cither from us or our agents, as we warrant only what is sold by ourselves or agents. Rlkij & Clinton. Doom, Bro. Si. Co. are our agents in Plattsmouth. w2t. Caution Faumkrs: Io not sell 3 our .IVrk vintil you sec uie. . slUK .a. -,V -sv ' ' n:-:Ki:;TK aiu:. always aheaU Through L;j East Price. Reduced. Doom, Bro. fc Co. are selling lower than ever : Prints, ; y tw jojc .Muslin 14 to le Delaine IS to t-'oe - Poplins 30 to f;0c Bctt Kip Boots. "$4 no to o Best Calf Boots. C p.) to S 00 And everything in proportion. Call ut - Doom. Bn;. & (.h. Coffee...'... '..from i:: to 3Me Sugar " Ki to 3c Molasses, .1 to 1 To '. At Do'j.m. B:u. & Co.'s. Remember Doom, Bro. & Ce. have re luce. 1 the price of everything. Doom, Bro. A; Co. is the cheapest house we.-1 of the 5Iissouri river. lloV-'i.Utwlf 'orreci A'osir 'Eillvti Het n Certified Abstract. Having eonipletcd an Abstract of Titles, including Deeds, 5Iortgages, Tax Deeds, Decrees of the District and Pro bate Courts, we are now prepared to furnish a correct abstract of transfer affecting the Titles of Real Estate (Land T . , A1 . V 1 t or Lots; m Cass County, Nebraska. A ('ulTi'ct A'isti-:ict in iii-ijiv i"in "ii - ' not Pe had lrour tlie Kecorus, andean only be had from our Abstracts. All parties purchas:ng Real Estate should see that they are getting a nmul title to the property they buy. Owners of Real 1e . t.. ..' i t , .state l-y getting an Abstract maybe able to correct any defects that exist, and thus save themselves expensive liti gation, and; perhaps, tho loss of their property. An Abstract of Title costs you 1-ut a trifle, and may save you your home. D. II. WlIKKl.KK A Co., Piattsiuouth Neb. Nov. 25 I SCa d&w.mi. idlere Si, RufTner are lar.v receiving the largest assortment of B-ot4 and j i i ! 1 i' Shoe-ever brought to this market. Call Jtii-1 (-xamiue them, for showimr iroods. N.)t!ii;!,t charged 1 ' ii i . ... allerys Ivanncr are just m receipt of a large stok of Dry Goods. ai.erys .Ac Rufiiier have ju.-t received u few more Kirby Reaj.erson which they will give good time. NOTSCE. All persons knowing themselves in debted to us cither bv Note or Account will please call and settle imedjately. Yallkkys; i 11 tn-'N Kit. WANTED. Bacon and Lard for which we will irive the highest market price. Yam. kk vs Ri kkxkh. T.'l C 1 IT. .1 .i...isi iioi.oei arc agents i.iriiit Schuttler Wagons which they areselliiur at reduced prices. Yadervs A: Ruflnur are agents for the (.rover iV. Raker sc-wiug macliines, the nest 111 market, (laid and see them. A! tin; reMcntro of Sa::uial (i. L itta. tin the ii'tli hi?t.. .Mrs. Jam; Latta. in the scvcn'.y lirt y, ar of her use. Sht Ir-,1 a eon-i-i -i.t (.hi l-i lall tile for ovi'i- tift v -..i .r.-l u nil-Hal ilccrt e of health anil s-i-piisrtli i.n.'a tlm .1 . t . .1 13 ia pie ions 10 ncrticutn. 3 MtAMj ifif U-.fis. Pay Up. All person, V"Owing tl.o.nsclvc, indebted to in. i.i.i iniiiM iiui nun lisj.up llUIlleUliKtiy. A :il ... .. .ii 1 - .. . , . wor.l C the wise, ct sclnil C. E. Foisgy. NOTICE. AH persims in lcbtcil to the uivIcrsiKned are rciin-.-rc, t 1 call at her resilience, eighteen .uiiltMt I west ol l'latl.-lllOUth. l-llil s Mlc li-e snliii! ieime U lilt cly. uuK-tf.j rose axx dkcker. If All Parties Indebted lo Us v ill e:tll iiml settle the same, they will eiivc .1 . 1 .. , , , . ..-.ems-n cs inun cxivj. li'ou .le aid cxp-nsc. lor ,e uiu.-t iiin e an aoim;i ana notes due us pai l, aii.l that itntnciialclv. as we aretroin,' oi l must have the money. Ijoo.m r.rio a- en .seinemueri. iMi. re-rave ncMM A.r Arvk. . wuyni rwu iicujuiArj rtuciiLr. .Mrs. Kate Simpson hathe agency of theul...ve celehr:iteil instritracnts. Any iwiwin ilesirmi!" of (Uiainiiiir a first class Orfc'an or .Meloueou with :i ui j i.ne.-i imti.-'.ivcaic.us sucii as vox j ui.i- liu.ti. .vc, are requested to eiiii ut iter residence ami iri t circular. I'l.ittsiuoLith Auk. D.ff. Frm On. of tho Oldest Prinier, i the Stale of ,;linoi::- Oit:cr o-thk Vv'iiHi .im. Rjii-i-m.;,., v- i ri.NfV, ILLINOIS, AllCUst- 1SC.' i Alessrs. rnn.-e. Walton .t ( n ( n io ot its in my i.ur.i.y, to ! a "trood ok.'" Send me another dozen by United State." Exr- presK, and if you don't want loca' notices to .the amount, charge it to us or. a Ivert:.si:i,'i account, rtesurls to Air. Walton. Yours in hanle. 1KOUA I L JNOiTCi-:. 'ovv come A. C. Ma tif id. adaiinistrator on the cMato of .Sa.-nnel and A:ii--elina I'uhn.md mkes apjilieaition 1'or final s.-ttleinont. It is tticrcfore ordered that the !th of e ecmher, A. . lsi!. at 1 ) o'clock a. in., lie set apart fur that jiii rpose. and hj'1 partiei in'cr ejtetl ;n raii -!tk-tucct will govern thei.-isaivcj acnr.ir.siv. - A. j. ClllLD. HOVli.W.if Probata J udc. 1R0A7E X0TlCK.-No-.v com- William X (. Sii;itl, and nci'.ics kppiici.tion to I.e ai- poi!Ued adiniutstrator 011 the estate of RolM-rt C. Sinith. Iat of Cats county, ebrafka. ii is inereiore ornerea tnnf 1 iiuro.Jay, the Ifith day of Lcecmber. A. 1. ',l. at In o'clock a. ui., be set for iiearir.g the above ai-plieatioii. A. L. CHILD. novU-,w:,t Probate Judge. . . . . Z ; t;i.vi..ur. .ejinr,.-i!i iiie matter of tue jl i-Maie 01 joy . Jinyman. It is hereby ordered lh.it all as niandt airninst s.iid estate must l,i- tiled in the Probate Court of Can. county within six montha ot this date. .4,. L. CHILD Nov. iMth. lS;i. novj-iw-l " 1'robato Ju'd-e. pitORATK NOTICK.-Now comes John In L belder. and inakes apniieation to be ap puinte 1 administrator on the estate of Harris L. Levi. d -ci-ae:l. late of Ca-5 Co.. Neb., and it is ordered that Friday, the 17rli :v f IV cm br. A. 1. 1m.;'. be set, at 1) o'eloeU a. m., to hear Mid decide upon :t i . i tpplieation. A. L. CHILD. Ju de ol Probate, rvov. 2Jd. 1s.;li. nov-,"w:ii TJltOiJATE XOTICE It is hereby ordered X. that all claims aeaic t the esl.ile of William L. Thoma be filed iu the Probate Court cf Cass county, Nebraska, r-n or before May :'., Nov. iM. lSb'J. ci).". i. t mm, rrooate Jinleu. novjw'.t IX the ea-e of the K-ta.te of Wm. Byrne, late of Cass county, Nebraska; it i hereby or dered that all claims and demands against said Kitati Ih? filed in tho l'rvbate Court ofnaid comity oa vr before May 10th. Is7i. A. L. CHILD. noviSwGt Probiite Ju-Isre. P'triRATE Ctit RTOK C.ts-.s Co.. Nkb. j'weniber Teriu. Nov. 1', ltjii. IX th ciife of the taK of Efhriatn Colow. it is hereby ordered that all claim.- aeain.-t sail Lstate be filed in said Court on or before JIuv loth. a. n. 1S70. A. 1 CHILD, novlsw.tt lrol)ate Jndjfc. IX the matter rf claims against the Estate M. of Chariot! Atertens. it is her.-hv or-l.rp th,l the time f ir fiiiisK fail claims be limited to six , i ,u TpINE -STOnil ;BriLIUN(J .FOR i- KKXT: The Mif.ni,- s,t ti..l Fellow," lVick Sr. hy M , t.ii-;.it f ihw rjoinr' t-clhir. first .-iml -....ml -frn - i-ol'm-.l for r'-nt, tu ff.iiuuciu-r l--t .M.ir h in-.l. I Ihti is nMu an BVe. Mine I.v J.i (tit, oil frn:t ( iocoinl .iiiy. Ili'ls for I '. nt of the ;:!. '. ilcsci itn-.l prraii.-i. M-ill lie rereivo'! mitil d.-.v .a .T.-inii.-iry. liViS. w hen ii contract ill le r!-s. ii.on ilii- inosl iiiviu alilc oil'i r. Thi.4 is iiid !' tli-I, t lni-iui -H s-aiuls in 1'l.itfsiiuiiitli, and o-iii s ilc-irj llic (,, s.-cur- -ui li :i lutnsc um-t make iij .lc :ii ion to Si. iJl" K 10. i'n si lent of tli! IJonnl of 'I rust t t--. cu or liolore the liaic :i'ovr i f i 1 . S. li li L'. I'm . I). II. Winm.ni. P-sr'y. , imrl'AUu-L'iii WMfetf Mmmm WA.VFJ. il'ANTKP A p jri-hnTr fur :t 1 :oin n 1 b t. liuin in-: c-. sit ii.itnt ." iiiilcs from Pl.it'e-m.'uih. l'i-i s '0 K.. iu Applv oct.'.'if siq Kl. K A. W1MUIAM. VAXTICI' A I'lin-hfiscr for six iicics of 1 liillil Jitljoinihi.' i'hOt.-ltlollOl. Al'plvto t-l'l 'lil.OCK A- WIN Pil.V.M. Xt"ANTKIJ-A n:ivh;!MT fi r il'ti en ci r. s of M li.u i .".'ijoiniii.r I'iKli-iinoiitli. Applvto M'l 'IW.nei; . WINPIIAM. "r AVn;i-A purchaser for T f wi;ii two mw of l:iti'l :ncl or a licMilenre :mil i mirov-mi-M I s. .i plyt. M'l KI.MC.lv A WINDHAM. r.N l Ki r.ieh r.usii-N Wh.:it. in iwio J ? Pc.-lirN ):tis. for uhi -li the hilu-t mar ket price will tc paci in cm -h. aus'Jitf. Kl'SSKL A DOOM. mil J'Olt SAI.K 'I'hrc,. acres t hm I j:.ji.ii,ii, tlie city nt l'l;:t'.-iii.nih. .Mui l.i- so',,1 .pl iy to octciuf srriti.ocic .v. wimhiam. IUH SALE. cvciity-flvc Lots in the City -- I'll I.'- 1IIOII T il . ,lpl V to ot. T.ttf. M'UitLiM'K WIVl.H M - 7 ' SA . -t,,,!,,,,;,,,::.. i , i A tscptii .s. iiKi;. ion siai.i:-a h.- i ctioil of I.an.i ! , !. - . m miles of 1 "l.i : i.-i.iotit ', Tuo v. ... i; '. fciven on hf.lf the pun Iimsc nioncv. Vpj.'v to aul.'tf tl'L KLOCK a U'IM.ii'A.M. ;0R SALK. s;'4' !U.,-M I'liitt-niinith. Kininiio fcp;s of Ltii'I aljoiiiiii; of s. 1'i'Ki;. SALK. ThcM.; i II. tow n.-iiji K' no i tli u e-t iiarlcr ofi i tion quire of 'Hi. lanxo J ca-t. Kti Lpisj Hi KJ;. mH ACIIKS of L AX J) to tral.- l TOVi'X Oct. 7Jtf. .Pl ItLociC A V.'I.MiK.'.M. i;ou salk 1 1 ii iu:. r-i i,,. ,.r....,.r!... i,e. I loiiKiiitf to 1. .M.ii-.iu it niil I,,- -o,l ,,r rctite.l on rcas'iicililc terms, i he loni-c ci.n tainsO rooms, 'l iicn- isi ;1is, laririM it.-i n w jih filter, a ecllur, u tfini-U; aid i tiiei eoimm, Apply t.. T. .M. .NIAKyi Kl I', .njptitl IOU SALK. A Farm siti: if.-.l a mile an. I a hiill 'south of Kiht Mil;' (in.vr lciicc.l a :ui 7o acres hmkc IW j'.-.rti-.,!.-. ,.H,y . aUfc'LOtl Sl'l'itl.Ot K U i.SiMl A.M. b1''!' SALK. A Farm coiitaitiin ."!-( ai res. 1 siOi.ite.l lour miles from 1'lalt ii; h nil tuiceM. an. I inj .u rc- un l. r en! i i; a ! ion. auKl.it .! I ULi Iv X WJXDJIAM. IOl: SALK. A Farm of four hnnrlreil acres. 1 v.ell uatcreil. an.l .-ituatc.l ' . miles from A -iilan I tuiS-U'tt' Sl'lMlLorfC A wi.i;ia.m. "IoK SALK. An improvci! F irm, si'o J iiiiltw from iii.- ciiy of IMattsi.io.ii Ii 1 1 Particulars apply to nnjrrJtt SI- ( I! LOCK A V.TXJMIAM ... . ....... , 11 -ii- .,i; aSII'.- L Mtuatcil ni'Ie from l'lai: -in.,.1 1 1. :i...l I .11 '-"OK SALK. A Ka jeies lilokcii, it net- I. aid a r'tory -uml a-ii.iit pine house. '-tl Si't LL'lt'K k WIXDMAM. ESTRAV5J. S " '" tlief.iiln eft lie inioeii-t;c,i, K. J", I'l('J-,i'"' l'icciiiet, iii Jinn- l.i.t. 01c; Uai K lii ov. 11 111.1: i- c.li ' i. i., r,....' 1 'TltAVi:i)-I-r.,mt!,(.f.,niicftli hil: I I,.,.' .v!:ite. Anv- ..i... :..r .. . . , ..... ..... 11.1 II, ...... II 'I Hie w !u ea'.o!ir i.t 1 ,i el .1..., . 0.. .1 .. ..: w i!l he fuii;.L.y 1, v.al leil. .'.jcl ..,t liAN'.S TI.M M. TAKCX I'I' l!y the s:r, .,;i.r. in Mt I'le ,.- 1 llllt jivccillet. Nov. I'.'li. 1 -,l ., steer: one while. I. hi, !.- I.!... I .'.. ..'.' .':" f re l.-Ks; the other i rt-1 ami white m.,!uc 1- i n innlcy. in. vi.w t ; a XS T J M M . 'jUKKN' rP-r,ytl:e-i,'."riorr. op ffcn 1'itl, 1 ilay of Xorei.)( r. A. 1. lsi '.i, ir, ( ; !, i.. ; Ir Loui-yillc rrr.iii. t. Nrbn. k... one (hi..- V(.r id .illcy, tl.uk clie-tiic.i ti.l .r, Hu si::;,e in the l:iei iitnl tTo white icl. nov-.-v i S. COOLLY. 'j'AKKN Vl'-T.y I'ae -nl.-e: ih. r. t !iis re f A ili-iictj 111 LouiKi ii!- prcciu.-t. Nov. IV. Is, ,;), t It r.... 1., ,.t.. j ...I. i i . s. . ' . Pujieil ti l.o !,i - .Ti.i . ....... ...n 1 1 . 1 '. . ' ---- - - u..,. v... , "IU r:.lil M,rB IU ('. siIppo-H"! In l.e vmrt ,,U !,! : o.l ; 1 1.. je. two w i.ite put on the l,.ick : a!.-., ons larL-t nav,-.v.,f S-' ir t: i-iJ;ii- 'i -' h. I I'-I'.y tuo i!,..--. in Light Mi!e Isli'l oa ... 1 . . ".- -"viv Btiu ia;t. oi:i. tiai posc l to l.c aou? throe ycrn o I. rihl u.nii loot n. ris'it lore p...t v.iic.e, hhir.o lift; .-.Miirnnrti on uie 1 ei-j croi r. nov :r'-j' JO.SKPH A y, I CK fr-KK-V I'l'-lJy the sw'issrihcr. at Kiit 1 .Mile (.rove, on the I V h. i-st. ; Ihtci. eat line iii.ui- n.a-: I. ! ,;iv. I 1 I: 1 1 1 : . 1 I....I v. ..... . , ... iiner two iire l. .:!i ilarlc iron erav cloi- on.. with I. laze lace, the otli-r w it ii - nin on 1 1,., n.,.-.. uovii-w.-.. JA.MKS ( ItAllTi'.KL. rJVKKX I P Y.y the ti:i,lcrii.-!ie.!. livinir oub i lialt mile soin li of 1 i.. u ih ,. (',. I .,-1 v..,.l- 111 jjiiiisv ii, c l.reelllel. t-i i..,ilv . .. I. .... I. -"- oi.i,-k iiii. su ,pi 1 10 lie tour vi-iik o , ,me hoif tif rii-bl l.in.l hoof -wliite;' no oth.-r iarn or nrana j.erci i! nil-. ""vlSw.". .J J 1 X S A Y LLS A- J; HO. 1'AKEN IT Hy the sahs. riher. at Lis r-i-iteiirc. in Mount I'li-ii.sunt i.rpein. . C. cnnnly. Ne!,raVa. V.. -..... .- : I. is. o , .7.. I. .: " . . ' ' v.i.i uivi un o: u Mirint' s e:i v .ii ,A .1 ...1 1 .... 1 . . iojih nunr; mt it' ret I v:i i ii ni r k s v "'.'" 1 1 1 i H Mcit KYNOLDS. 'PAKKN 1 P lly the suhsorioer, three liiil.-i 1 '.vtst ot ci-pin- Wafer l-'alis. ot..: in,k re.l lififcr t-iili an. I onel-lit re.l steer i-alf with white st ripe on iiai. k slippos.-'t to lie iil.ont s inontlM FRANK KLLI'SKK. - novllw-5 'TAKKN t'I'-IJy thesuJiserili.ir. in Hot k Llutls n.,'7iX'r;:,s:;!;,t'..'i,!::.,:n,; ,'v,". ri'r also, one two ytur oil htifir. roan rr.h.r with stripe on !i f; ear. I. S. WJil'i'E. ll'iVllWo- '!Mrl' I'l'-Hv 1 "II ii -ri!.( r in Mount 1'lea-iint prec-in .-t. Xovemiii r 1st. isr.'i steer, supposed to he tvo years old. p.ii : all while witn rod ears; nj marks or l.ran.N pt-r-eeival lv. K. K. W0LSKY. Wov'Jwo . -. . . fIV.KKX UI'-Ly the sitosi-ri'.er. at hi- resi 1 denee in .Mount l'lcasant pre -it;ct. Nov. 1-,, t '.), one red steer, supposed to lie otic t ir nl'l, prt : sfinre crop oll't lie riicht ear. whir- 0:1 the belly, white tail, and small -t ir in the forehead. Al-o, one white heifer, red car-, red I:- be low the knees, some red spots on both -i li s of the neck, and some sin:. II red stcti un 'Liferent profs t.f the tody. Alo. one rt l lieifi-r cnf. white f.i.i. red around !th ey, white on the h-'tv. find rif-iif. hind foot white. WM. LLoYl. Iiovltw". 'j'AKKX VP-Wythe snbri!K.r. in AV-i.in; Colt. si:pne.e.l to be two yt-iir-i old. No m:irk. 11 only snnill star in the Ion-hen. I. nov4-.v.".t - ( Al.VIX'ii Ttl'.l-'l! -- - -' r,A''' t P Ly th" suliserilier. at his prcm- i. iluu.it Pleaiit prceirit-t. Cuss coun- 'y- Nebrtska. on thcoth day otN"oVCUiber. A. V. i" . one reu Lull. supposc. to l.i- three year U: no marks' or brands pui-euivable. uovl'i- J. C. HKKll. r! 'AK EX UP Lt the sub,ci ib. r. at my rei- 4 dencu, oua yearh:i' staj,-. n an color, of htre ali-a. CAtil'l-.J'.. oet oetiw5 rPAKEN I'P Ry tho sab.-criber. on Weci,icif L ater. in Liberty Precinct, on the 1st of October, so'.t, one dun colore! mare polity, white face, ten or eleven ye. us old: n!-o. one soirel horse, three years .1, st tr in for,-!i-ul. oct-Tw5 Ml L i OX SWALLKY. SENT FREE !' 3i. o'ui:::rr, s. a o.'s SEED CATALOGUE And Guide to ihe FLOVER AND VEGETABLE jak:i;v, mn t,t. lNibIi.-l.cI in January. Everv lover of llw, rs ! this tu-w aud valuable work, ti f charge, should addres, immediate, v M. K tKi i:. OSt. A Co.. E HHOier A It.-.rrvV R1....L I'..., '.. ! ter, X. T. novl4n7tn The unaividcd half fr the whole If dc-ire l of the ! i JiOf'K Ji LUFFS OltrsT A"f SAW MILL.- J 21-horse i.ower enirtm. u,..l I, icrj p..ir or. f,,ot; i story mill house, ; bill in. iVi lueh tir, nl:. r -.. iuo s "1 - ' eep thuif in e tod runiiin order. I AM (woo jjY:LLy; iousf. ! ,,f r..f w..r...-,m n.t II t. . - - ... . -. . v.,... ii, i et.-i.iii. oi tarxieu;..is CD i uureot. c. SCilLUNTZ. 1 : x:a,s. inn.,:. V J. t'l I ' ' . I 1 1 ! .M i I I j li , V. j'. ?.l ANOXIC. I'l.ATTsv-irTt! I.ici.K n. r, , ,, I.. 'iil:.r inc. ;:, llt t., ir ., -; i.i;t on tin t u in . t.. v j. ,i ' '" J.X. ,iAN,,s. W. j;." M.o.v I.. co: V. r. A. V. A .If - r , .. 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S. MAXWKU., iiM .j , ,,.-... ATTIII'VI". v; it 1 t f .1 . Cliaiiecry. flatl 11, ,1.1 !,. i !,r ,kt. ", a"! , 1 , , 1 ' , ,r. 11: 1 'Co u line .v i;u:tii s 1 ; h-m(,-,.. j.i.tj. jia mn:s.. 1. V.. I..:.in.!. J'ro, ri lor. .-o 1,. 1 t.; .'itnia t 4 1 J liinl sir, cly. i'I.iim.ii.iiiIi, X. lira K-i - l' 1 V hi en H-tllol 1.1,1 !(r. i ler:;i-h. t oIjii s 1 , 1, .l-s U' Cfcl;::ao i: I' .a. ! i.y t'.t-y -,t 1 el. ,: ""J- I a ii' il.mi!, .. XT V., (iencr.-il Life. Ac -i ItO. Kirr. ! nl.i.i.i au l Ti InsiirainT A.en.. V. illl.ii.r n:kii. rtn it, iilile rales in tlui inos: rolii.hle 'uii,p:iiiii ,u ti UiiCcil State. i;. ,. (,,i,.iu. t!. l oui: , lutt-Tii iut.'i, Nt-h. Im tj-lti. wiiti.U'T T o rTi:.ir; ':. '" ATTORN KY AT LAV,', r:a-t,1;l. N.i,. Valuable Farm for Sn!o. Situated on Lour Mil.- Crcrk i' ' m'l - :. r we-i .,! l'li.tt: ii:o,it!i. I i iii,. t-.,,,, ,),,. er. and t!.;-. foiii-tl,. .,f.., ,j,. . the li. 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'' Illil.-s we-t . f IJ, .over',. ,,,, tl.r .si..,.. n.al. m acres 2t.-is l.,-n i eiihivafi, .u-.-. . hous-i:( on il. nad plenty of stock w i'-- t : .soiithwe.-t J ; of section -7. town )J rut "1 acres. a:i ci.utic, t'-, u it!, it is lot 7 m'l ,-,.it! c-iisl 1 ; o soarh. a-t 1 , i ;-,;,, n -o i;i, ... and rati'f. tiinl., r- '.' :,i, l so p.o ,',..r, .',.,; k and W i-li.u i ai re-. Al-o. tin- i, n th-.'. -t northwest ' , of .j,,,, tv.-.,. 70. , 4,. , .Mi Iscouniy ,,,v.t. .;uc..st. from J !i, : .mu . and one l ine f.-uin thj ri v cr. hc-.v v f ;n,i . r i -terms .idi.'r.v.s d lf ,t ,i . . , luay'Sll. i;;,.:k,,,i1, 1h... Kf.'-J' 3 WAT' IIMAKK.t A n i j i-; w 1: 1 . 1 : H AND IM.Ui:il IN W ATCK EJS, C U, C 1 1 i" N , SUA'Kll AND rr.ATi:i V.'AIt!:. GOLD I'K.NS, .I'JXTACLKS, VIOLIN" STUIN'iLS AN'J) TANCV GOODS. P.EiKiti- il I St-in 1, Mu'.t. flti vi. work woii t.l tin- City Hotel. cot. 10 w tf. CUYLER SCHOLFAX Says cf Veeping Water. "As I wan tePins you. tuy de:ir Mri. in;i. i. I t-Hii.e on my muie i . V t-cpiiii Water i a i '' dilii .i dated . ndit ion : bi.t, ' I. :- stotkiiin in -in. rt. I tt if ii t c it n'l ti venient up'nirtetiaii -is whii-h ol n.i aiect a -H di-e-.-cd man l.avii :;: been ii, oiive l of all uT the mcrcilc-s caviiKi -, w ho even took my n. ." Cae. Thir.kinir 'hat I ;,iiu'ht in tl-.i f., eti-lnns : j-t. obtain a cco:id-i:nnd bl.-.iiktt, I role u: to li 'ROW store, and bit -hinw my mule by th' en: t.irpe freijfi-t wii'.-n loaded with (.-.'. I1' I'iiittsinoutti retail tnule. 1 ntt-red. Ju ' .1 "!' "''n-r.-e when 1 was promptty t i.;t -. an aipi.-ic ou....- iron a ..... ''"i ''..ots to i. K"o-e-(,ull joi.thpa-K. U the li.l :.d - . II 1 11 1- ' I o I i ! . il-l l .- 1 s . J -l, .t naif cents, the 'l i ecu-- i,c:n the pro (roods. If jon wa.it iinyihiiiir in. t-miscH.-neous line. i!! on them, and if vim d ' tie what vcti wat.t ii-k f.r it. I would r ' ficre that they are ij. aci ..cs, luerul, if i-id I" ir.- and truthful to a Ju!t." r ili:ht.ivi:l iliu S'ImU E5"E33I liiKH. v., ii.iai is i- ii - 11 TTK V.u.l I , , ,u(iV ini'i'liii;-s c.r;. M.n -.i.nj j , bi'uLliCM .'tl ay 1 w i -; ;f . '