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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1869)
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Tr-ir." arrive at 1'iattsmoiith daily
Train? leave Flat! 'iiK-uh. daily
except S at -J play- at
11. tl a- bi.
.V20 p. in-
"(: St'tvft'iu'n Jlnily.
The Omaha RulUcnn says: "A tel
egram fioiu Chicago informs us that the
Atrents of the Omaha and tjouth-western
Railroad have purchased ten miles of
iron from the Chicago Rolling 31 ill.'' j
This wili be good news f r FlattsinO'.rh.
A few more miles of iron would lc miS
e'u nt to extend that road to a connection
with this city. llist; the day when it
rhall be completed.
Tlie Lincoln Stntrsmnn .-aj: '"3Iaj
E. D. Stnuik (who married a wife over
in Reward county, and did not tell her
he was going to le away long when he
ttepped out from this neijlil 01 hood,
now pel's his name Strunrk, and profes
rs to be practicing law in South Pass
City, Wyoming Territory. We advise
the publisher of the Wyoming Tribune J
to collect in advance h!1 nionydae by
faid Ftrunk fur advertising, ie this
advice being founded upon experience."
Jrom S'rturJnfTt liJtily.
Wendell I'hi'ips was at the Cozzens
IIoumj in Omaha la-t Thursday, on his
way to the Pacific Coat.
Jlrs. Jonathan Adams, who had a leg
lroken Hiiue weeks ago, is not yet able
to be up.
They have a moek Congress in Urown
ville. We supMP.vs they ieel like they
were all Senators down there because
Senator Tipton has his home in that
A frame houe arrived on the opposite
tide of the river a few days ago which
came all the way from Ortumwaby rail.
The proprietor was over here to make
sirraiiirciiictits for getting it across to
this tide, but hxs deci le 1 to wait until
the river freezes, when he will bring it
over on the ice. We have not been j
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cioc to tlie esta!):i-h:iitiit, but it look.-
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like a g.od aizeJ habitation at a uis-I I
Messrs. Gilcrist Eaton are putting
up another large R. 1L water tank south
of Main street. The tub is to be twenty
four feet in diameter and sixteen feet in
height. It will be supplied from the
Rock Spring- half u mile south of Main j
f. reet, tin water to lw conducted in)
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are cat r.on.
i!out o liiitie
1:1 :ane-ter with a br.vo! u!,out three i
inches in diaiueter. Several hundred
foot of the piping is already laid.
1 1 'tilt 'l.7.
The B h M. I'.ieiu'or depot at Glcn
wood is nearly rea ly for business.
C-mgre -sniau TaTe has our thanks lor
late Wa-hingto'i papers.
Tlie mercury g -t down to below
Hero, last night.
The Opinion says trains loaded with
construction material for the B. h M.
wet from Platt-mouth, pa.-s th tough
G'enwood daily. Hie B. & M. is u.dng
lots of iron an 1 ties.
Everylody is zoing to have Christmas
in Plattiinoiith. Prosjerity makes
Chritm isseom brisrhter than docs ad
versity, hence Christmas will be a fair
day in I'lattsm iiith.
The Glenwood Opinio thinks If the
Suez canal does not terminate at (V.un
cil Bluffs it i:orter." Wc do not kiiw
which has it now, Omaha or Council
BlulTs, but from present apiearahces it
will come to Flattsmouth. Most things
arc gravitating i 1 this direction.
By a private note from Wahoo Valley
we learn that the rains of week fofore
last raised the creek as high as it has
been any time during the season. Par
ties who had cattle on the ippositc side
of the stream from where they lived
were complied to improvise boats and
rafts to get to them.
The way to advertise IMattsmouth and
Nebraska ta to ud off copies of the
weekly II KRAi.o. We are not afraid of
the result if our weekly is thoroughly
di.-tiibuted in the East. We are -vain
enough to think it will be considered a
credit to the city.
The report of a smash up on the B. &
M. hiit week between this place and
IMattsmouth was caused by the locomo
tive slipping off the rails, which spread
a trifle. No one was hurt, and the en
gine was running as usual the next day
Still another! We understand J. II.
IJ'ittery, Esij. will erect a brick business
h'"u--e on Main street early in the spring.
They are selling goods at unprecedented
low prices now to get money to build
with. White ..v. Buttery- th'mk money
pays better in buildings in Fiattsmcuth
than invested in any other way.
The Omaha RcpuLliatu calls on the
Pro of Nebraska City to know if "F.
A. White, Esq.," has returned from re
ceiving that iron. The Jr:l!::::.i
diouM not get in too much of a hurry,
but .-hould remember that twelve miles
is a '"heap" of iron, and that it takes
one man some time to "receive" it, es
pecially if he receives it endwise. He
may le stretching out the iron so as to
make it reach twenty miles.
Tlie Press wants us to inform the ofa
ccrs of the Omaha and South-wc-tern
roa 1 that it takes a heap of iron to lay
twelve miles of railroad track. It is not
nc -ssarv, Rillv ; they had better advi
sers than White, and know what they
are about. They have not "went east '
fif'ocn or twenty times to "purenase iron
;1 1 rolling stock" for their road, but go
ri-dit alonir with their business. Some-
- f.-.n-li ire th' death ot
times a man s ' a,cUi.; .
we d .ubt -J-. A.
. i i. : v. i :
! ni. t 01ar Manl. This week wi'Ieom-
jpiete the J?wf f,,.-,,u,Vof Railroad in
Nebraska .-oulh of the Flatte river
: Where's White?
i We publish a e-oinniuiiieation to-day in
! regar 1 to the Weeping Water Valley '
! Railroad, from the jen of a gentleman
who is v,ell possed, not only cn railroad
j matters, but upon the general lay of the
country. Our lleas an J Lis may not!
fuliy agrcvi in all things relating to the j
system of railroad.-: for Nebraska, yet the
columns of the IliiRALD are ever open
for the ui-eu.-vsiou of any
looking to the development of any part of;
the country. We believe with our cor- i
respondent, that the bull liner of a line of ;
, , , . 1 ! w 111 r
road as marked out bv Irm wouM l.c of
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va.il uencui 10 ine coun.ry, ana 21 u:
ce tuinly do 110 harm to agitate it.
At a regular convocation of Nebraska
Chapter No. 3, Royid Anh lastJ.is.b-eld
at Masonic Ila!! in this city, on the eve- j
nitigof IVc. 14, the following natae.l
oScers were elected for the cuuing Ma- (
P. ";. If. P. IX II. Wheeler. II. P.
II. D. Hathaway, K.
J. W. .Marshal, S.- .
W. I). Jage, See'y.
J. Vallery, Trea.
S. S. Rillings, ) t -,
R. (IIW 'lewds.
F. S. White, Guard.
Wc copy an article from the litpaMi
ant to-day which hows a rather hostile
foiling between the Omaha -eople and
tho Rock Inland Company. We may be
mistaken in regard to the Railroad hori
zon, but think we can see daylight coming
fir Pialt.-mouth. Without wishing our
friends at Omaha any bad luck, we
hope for the full dawn upon Platts
mouth. I'rnt Tin dt'y' lm!i.
A LoJge of Odd Fellows was organ
ized at Falls City on the 3lh imt.
Platte river is partially frozen over.
Passengers by Msige cross part of the
v:l3' i -kiri" an 1 the ba!a:i,-e of the way
w-'i 1 . 1. . T V, n
" ' oiiie,.uuy set i;ie uau ,i;oii!g ior a
i.1;ii:,.,. v ; ,-
J'-ii'diiig .v.i-oeution. A cnat many
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jie.Mm.- Sian-J ready to go into it. but the
1 project requires .-ome active man to start
it. Who will d. it?
Some of the heaviest lumber dealers
of Burlington were in the city a few days
since with an eye to business in this local
ity. Ihtrlingion and Chicago who'eiale
dealers could make it pay just now to
advertise i'ti she IIkrai.1).
W. D. Ferric, Rs.-p, a former attache
01 XL.? iu:::a:.i; ci.tce lias reeentiv been
appointed a clerk in the Post Oihee
at Lv.va City. IV-rce is certain of .-u?-cess
in hie, as are all others who adhere
to the principles taught by the IIk:i
AI.D. The tlinl track is being laid from the
R. 'tl. Machine shops up through the
depot grounds. There are now over one
mile of .-die track, bi;: i the main
track; yet there is notiuhu: ;.t to accom
modate the handling of con. tnutiou ma
Tlu ' 'Mockingbird Minstrel--," 1; h imr
tammcnt at Graves Had in Hock Bluff-
i on Tue.-d:ry evening, December ---th.
The troupe consists of four ladies and
seven gentlemen. They will undoubt
edly give a good entertainment, and will
be well patronized.
We 1111 lerst ind the bridge near the
spring, on the road lea ling into the city
from ti e .-outh west, is in need of repairs.
This is one of the principal thorough
fare. in fact the principal thoroughfare
to the city, an 1 sh m! 1 be kept in the
very best of order. Wiil the committee
on "Highways and Bridges," the Street
Commissioners, or 'some other turin"
see that the necessary repairs are ma le
Tlie Chronicle starts out on a moral
reform mission as follows : "Do not
hasten into a quarrel, but lie slow to an
ger. It is in'tter to "pocket'' an insult,''
etc. Now that may le all very idee in a
village like Nebraska City, but our offi
cers up here would watch a fellow pretty
sharp who was found advising people to
jMickct" i-.nything ; and we have seen
half .1 dozen men in jail at a thee for
Tt:e IJncohs .ourwi'tnuiji to us tLi
we k in a new tires?, looking neat and
tidy. The size of its type has been re
duced to the sir.e used on the IlEn.M.n.
Wc are plea-ed to see the different
papers of the Stale putting in new type
and otherwise improving, as it gives the
best of evidence of the general prosper
ity of the country. When newspapers
nourish under liber?.l patronage every
Ry an article elsewhere in to-day's pa
per it wjll be seen that the locomotive
intended for use in the construction of
the ten miles of the Midland Road lias
met with an accident by being precipita
ted into the river. We are sorry to hear
this, as it involves serious loss to the city
as well as to tho Railroad men. The
Cnrmii-fc thiuks the loiv.niotive will be
all right in a f.-w days, but it takes "a
heap of money to build a Railroad."
Wc understand a iuumittee was se
lected by the City Council at a recent
meeting to make the necessary arrange
ments for an excursion trip over the U.
M. IL R., to take place soon. Will
some erne give us light on the subject'
When is the e:cccTsio:i to come off, who
is making the arrangements, and what
It is snowing. Yi " might follow in
the footsteps of all ilivi.j.rbi;s newspa
pers that have "nothing else to do" and
puM-idi that veto jiociu entitle 1 ' Tie
Reaut:ful Snow," and accredit it to some
'"fallen angel" of tho Flattsmouth
"Crib ;" but after mature dchIeratioii
we have concluded not to do so, hoping
by such course to save the reputatiou of i
a. ... ,.e i;..t.n,tl,
'Lodge No. OA. 1'. & A. M., Lei 3 at ! -
their ha!! in this chy, last evening, the j
f.dlow;ti ' oiheers were elected auu ar- !
pointed f jv the ensuing Masonic year :
II. IK Haih-r.vav, . W. 1
W. J. White. J. W.
K. T. lukc, Treas. . .-
y . Vviiite, I K
,J. (J. C'ami:aiLi, J. u.
The installation will take place at the
Hall uext Monday afternoon, December
. t in.
From W.-.lwlm,' h;Vu
Snow six inches deep and .-leigh bells
and other belles numerous.
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e understand there is a perluct gorge
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or lren:ht lor this c;tv at l'aciae station, j
Our old friend John Reed has been
! elected W. M. of Western Star LoJge
No. A. V. A. M. at. Nebraska City.
t U sai,J that the R. & M. R. R. Co
otly get $i(Xi,(Kjrt of the S150,JJ0 voted
a)Pi lld for their ' benefit in Otoe Co.
i There is much talk about what became
I of the other $50.'hX.
Elder IX.' C. I'ivin. of the church of
Latter Day Saints, has been replying to
Rev. Geo. S. Alexander. Elvin is a
"brick"'. We have known him for sev
The body of a man has been found in
the woods near Omaha, partially covered
with brush. A bullet hole was found in
th region of the heart, supposed to
have been the work of an assa-sin.
It appears that the parties who had
charge of th ; work of cttemp.tiiig.to cross
the locomotive at Nebraska City, had
built a kin 1 a ' floating scow of Ole Vir
ginity"' upon which they proposed cross
ing the "mashecu." 'They let it down
with a rush and it went too far and rest
ed on the bottom of the river.
The river is reported blocked just
above the mouth of the Platte. We
give some ere leueo to the report from
the fact there is very little ice run
ning here. Should this prove correct
we may look out for an open channel here
for .-omc time yet.
The Council Bluffs Xonpareil and
Omaha liepuolicun are quarreling over
which will derive tlie greatest benefit
from the 15. & M. R. R. R. Fight away,
gentlemen ; trains are arriving and de
parting daily from Flattsmouth, and we
rather think we known who is deriving
benefit from th:-; road.
The Otoe County Di.-trict Court opened
last Monday, Judge O. P. Mu.-on. pre
siding, lie is said to have charged the
Grand Jury rigidly in reference to gamb
ling. Some uncharitable people appear
to think ho m.
int that charg;
c? cclal "drive'' at tiie A'.'f thee.
The Odd Fellows Fraternity, of this
city, will give a social hop at their hull
on Friday evening of this week Christ
mas eve. They will have excellent music,
and a line time generally is expected.
Turn out and enjoy yourselves.
Who is the Wood Inspector? We have j
u wood Ordinance, but people cannot be
cx,,c,.t,.;! to follow its provisions unless
i they know who the wood inspector is
: Mil where he is to be found. Who will
Since writing the above we learn
that Capt. L. D. Bennett has been, ap
pointed Wood Inspector. His office is
over Yal'erys & RuiTner'i; store.
There will be a communication 1 of
Flattsmouth Lodge No. 0, A. F. Sc A.
M., at rhcir h ill nt 1 o'clock p. m. next
Monday, for installation of officers. All
transcicnt brethren are invited to bo
present. By order of the W. M.
Work hns lieen resumed on the track
conriiT down to the river bank opposite
M-.;,. -...d tlio ; l:n 1.nti laid
to the e 1l;c of t lie bar. A fow more days
of fair weather will sec the Ixxmietivc
down to the waters edge.
An Omaha lfomhl leporter has 'in
terviewed" the "noble red men of the
forest" e-onSncd in the Omaha jail, and
is thereby enabled to write a column of
sensational. The prisoners talk the same
language they did when first put in jail ;
they are of the same color, and by ordi
nary persons (not Jf'-rald re;Hrters)
would be supposed to be the same per
The following are the appointed ofli
cers of Nebraska Chapter No. ?, R. A.
j M., for the cnsuing'Masomc year:
.1. W. Shannon. C. II.
II. E. Palmer, P. S.
II. W. Peck, R. A. C.
T. M. Marquett. O. M. 3d V.
E. T. Duke, G. 31. 21 V.
J. C. Cummins, G. M. 1st V.
One of our Nebraska City exchanges
boasts of a farmer in that vicinity having
plowed everyday last week except Sat
urday. That does very weil, but does
not do to tell on the same day with what
can be seen up this way. Ry taking the
trouble to call in at Straight s Feed Sta
hie you can see green corn large enough
to hoc, and d-iing finely. The-y have a
specimen tuero a
bur inches hicln
an 1 still rr owing.
A maw named Ryan is supposed to
have set lire to his store iu OUumwa
recently to secure the insurance money.
He had Fccroted a large epiantity of his
goods about six miles from the city.
He is sai l to be an eld hand at this game,
having done the same thing at White
Water Wisconsin, two years ago, caus
ing the destruction of two other build
ings. He is supposed to have saturated
his house with coal oil before firing it, as
it burned very rapidly. .
The House,"on Wednesday, December i
25, 1 $'!'., by a decided vote of 12'. to 42,
dcclarcd against the renewal of reciproc
ity treaties with Canada, This is in ac
cord with tho sentiments of the Presi-
deni. message, "and is now, ed" course,
c- tuc Gowrn
i 1 1 TO 1
W.nj - Trnia.Kunlto.Jnrlj
! mi tn.. j. ;. ..:?. itT" I'll.,. i
&. M. R. R. between Flatt-in :u:h nd
Chien-o o:i the :2.'.tli of list uiunrli. : lid
tile road has been put
in ' first da -s running order. ine
road was formally npon?d to the
public to-day, and the first train ran "on
time" arrived at this, city at 10:30 this
a. 111. Hereafter trains will arrive regu
larly at that time each day an I -wi'I leave
for Burlington, Chicago, New York,
Boston, an 1 the principal cities of the
ea'-t, at oil) p. m. each day. This
places Plattsmouth on a par with
Omaha, and several hours f.head of
any other town in the State."
We can now reach Chicago easier than
we could go to Pacific City yesterday.
All people in Southern Nebraska desiring
to go cast, will now take tho cars at
Platts-ROTith. Hurrah for the- IS. fc M.,
its energetic officers an .1 ..Director?.
Tli ree - cheers for Southern Nebmskrb
and a "tiirer'' for Flattsmouth!
Forty -four Ir.v Seventy Teet,. I'onr
Stories lih. .
Wo learn from ,M. L. White, Esp,
that he purposes erecting a brick busi
ness house, on Main street, between
i Fourth and Fifth, early next season. It
will be 41x70 feet, and four stories high,
including the basement which will be
above ground on all excepting the street
side. This is the kind of buildings we
want. Who is the next man on the list
of heavy builders. ' ? .
He is Flxn:'r:p-J From nli Criiiiimi!
The readers of the IIkhai.k will re
member that some time since r.e pub
lish"! an artiele in regard to the arrest
of Mr. Sherman Hays, an old citizen of
this place, stviiirthat he had been t:keui
back to Vermillion county for trial, on
an indictment for larceny. A day or two
sim-e, SherirT Johnson of this county re
ceived a letter from Mr. Rittciihouse.the
officer who came here after 'Hays, from
which wc are permitted to make tho fol
lowing extract :
Oinci: Citv Maksiiau., Cham-"!
1'a:c;n Citv, 111, Dec. 11, Jviu. j
i:ku;i f Jeiix.so.N. I".;itt.-i!ii ulli XAr:i.-k.i :
Dkak Si't. I suppose that by this
time you have seen Sherman Hays, and
learned that he gave bail and returned
home. We do not believe liero.afti r learn
ing all the facts, th it he is criminally, or
was intentionally guilty of tlie crime for
which he was indicted. He was. made
tLe vit-'tiui mv LI.-- LrotLcr ai: I l-i"-;Ui.T-::i
law; liu l Lo in or L;rt- secure thorn, dno
u-r.v.i rr 1 ,11 ivnil.i llAt ll'lfil I'ltol'f in'! .!!'.' 1
n P'J.. :.-lU II lllilJlV iLkVOUW.iai.i .
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e nope you w;u say mis nou n :n i:is
dcfciisc, and hope yo'tr people will not
think any the less of him on account of
what has already occured in his arrest.
Very rc-peclfa'Iy yours,
J. V. HIT; K.VIK iI -.:;
lion r f
the l.'itor left o;
erte !. was 111 re:rart!
to give this vindication of Mr. I fa
an official source, as we bav
l.T.n t. lrom tiie-r -t, t;u's i:c wss n il
.1 an iii-eiitmna! crime, even pi
vided the form ' of law sLouid h"id i 1:1.1
guilty.- A we. stated i:i our foriecr ar
ticl", Jlr. Hays- had been out ru. tod with
large sums, of money and property since
his rcslucii-v here, and he was viewed as
one ef the most upright men in the
coimtv. We tr'iit and lc!; -ve.
still be viewcl iirthe tuae light: ' 1 j
'Ii..-. fW.l.i l,y, wu;,.m fl.iJv. fa;,
T'ith the officers of the Roek Inland road
because Omaha is. not given -a consf icu
eus place , in the company's advertise-
incuts. Omaha ha
been given a cn-
IS J 'IV "ivlVVJ ill l.' .HI I Vl 11 Ul.i V. II lO t
that road up to-the present time, but the
bridge arrangemrnt having failed at
Omaha, the Rock. Tsl-stid, as well as other
roads, naturally turn their attention
towards Flattsmouth the point where
the great Railroad bridge of the upper
Missouri is to be built. Thing's -ire
."!:; itrinrmbor tUr Time.
The R. ec 31. is now oj.cn to Plaits-
. I. .1. t.. ll.rt ...lv.lvflLIM.W...! . .
mouth, and trains leave this city daily as !
hove for all pe-ints east. Parties going
to Burlington, Chicago, or any part oi'
the AY orld. will remember that Piatts
mouth is the place and i:2) is the time
II: II -Froe B;.Hfo nnv !Iool in tlie
If you have friends e-onilng from the
cast remember that 11:41 is train time,
and they arc sure to come via the great
through route from Chicago to Flatts
ciouth the R. k M. R. R.
The first train carrying pi-sengcr.?.
mail and express, M histled down breaks
at the foot of Main sroet at 12 m. yes
terday. Hie first regular passenger
train came in on Thursday, but it did not
cany the mail or express. These were
Set 'em up ! There are three or four
fellows traveling around the country ad- i
vcrtising to give German theatrical per-
1 M.Oiit. .t "Tl .1" Ol I'O 1 1 I" If 1 1 IT 1 1 ?
i i ' o i tr i i ii i i V i
as Guillen, behader an J lion-el, an i ad-
vertisc as e-om".c characters. The cmusc
part of their performance consists in
leaving without paying th::r printing
and other little bills incident to the per
formance. They bit this city this morn
iDg for Nebraska City, bur forgot to set
tle a little bill they owed the IlidtALD
cHiec, notwithstanding they wore re
minded of it several tltci during their
stay with us. They did r.ot make excuse
that they were "strap-red" but dolib-
erately left without offering a word of
apology. Will our friends at Nebraska
City "set 'em up.V . Will Dr- Rewtcr
"reach for them" throutrh Lis German '' j;
tiik n. u. n.
JSKIOUE THE MISSOl KI.
y :'. : .i '. v j
lt I s ISi n Knit Rond nl S B5011
Monti Itridgp t om'iini .!.
As" tlie eone ntiittionai this iint of
at ka.-t live of the principal Kail roads of
the countrv reiu?rs the bridging of the
Missouri at this ooint a fixfd fact, it is
i therefore ?nw in order U talk almut
what kind of bridge is to be built,' and
various otlu r matters iu relation thereto
in whieh the public are interested. -Vs
the people of the great Missouri Valley
for many miles in every direction, will
desire to come to Flattsmouth
to do thiir trading; and as
the Missouri is a very difficult,
expensive anJ uncertain stream to ferry,
we therefore suggest that a wagon road
bridire be built in connection with the
Railroad bridge. Let the com pany build
the bridge an I charge a toll for crossing,
or let the city of Flattsmouth and the
people of the Missouri valley in Iowa
pay a stipulated sum toward the erection
of the bridge and then have it free.
Let us have the bridge built, in some
Orsranlce for Improvement if you
ttoiilft A!vn-e the IntoreM
of tlse tit j' ! !;! "tielf
in Your Pocket.
The time has arrived in the history of
Flattsmouth when houses of all kinds
must.be erected with rapidity and in
great number.-, else the prosperity of the
city must suffer. Men of large
means are able to build extensively, but
Eicn of moderate means and men wiih
no means except their own labor are to
a great extent debarred from any partici
pation in the profits arising from the
ownership 'of building. It is desirable
that something be don; to change this
state of thing.--, and we suggest as a
means e f change that a Building Asso
ciation be formed, wherein all can own
stock. Tlie monied man can subscribe
bis cash, the lumber man can subscribe
so much in lumber, the brick maker can
subscribe so much In brick, f I12 mechanic
carpenter.-, plastcrercrs brick and
stone workmen, the painter, and even
the day laborer ear. subscribe so much
in his kind of work; the hardware mer
chant can sub-cribe so much in builders'
hardwaae ; and thus every man in the
community licocomes a ,-toek holder
without paying out a a-inglc elollar ex
cept in such work or mate rial as he can
best spare, andacomplete L-I'ck of build
ings can be erected without being felt by
the men who will own it wh 11 it is done.
Is there a man in Piatt stsiouth who would
not like to own an interest in a large
three story building on some good busi
ness corner in the city, and be a partici
pant in the renttdsof the establishment?
You can do it, if you will only take hold
of this matter and urge it to a complete
organization. Who will be the first to
1 tuove 111 the matter.
vr.r.i'i:; wat!:r wn hlitie
Eon'ou Hkkau: Railroads appear
to lie the order of the day. While every
town is urging the merits of its particu
lar line, and every nev.vpr.per is advo
cating its pet scheme, perhaps a ph:r-
mav be allowed -to try hi hand.
1 or at h a-t to v.-.: :.e
under' our no
Iat scheme that has come
the Boa-1 wh ; irr.no stands at
, , , n . , . - 1 . v.t 1...
t'i. ito-ir oi (. ii.i:n -cm ;ci;i
' City a
a'is av 1 -v-:
i.i the line, an I j
v .ni i r. in !. -. nt I in-i-e foiuity, a- tue
!i i r :n !.
i.i . - - . i
tonn'nu. va:i-.u- and '"(id rea-onsare
to-:.".--l in favor ci' the e'iie:riso. Any
o:;e acquainied with the to;wgniphy of
the couwtry. Avili jicreeive that the ioi;ie
is i-racticable,, ti:s 1 that su-h a road would
to the interests of e-
; b.-a. ka City and Ot.- e county that it
j v--'.ld advance the agricultural interests
! ot tie south part ot t . a ss count v tnat
it would advance the interests of Ash
land, and Saunders county, i. also admit
ted. And while we do not wish to dam
age the intercuts of Fremont, we claim
the right to suggest a'difo rent terminus.
Our line weu'd pursue the valley of the
Wahoo to tho head of the vest or Dun
lap Fork, and near the north-west corner
of T. 1 1 of R 4 E.. and near tho head of
the Hunter Slough of Oak Creek, on the
left, and the head of Skull Creek, on the
right. From this point three routes are
practicable. First, down Skull Creek to
the Platte bottom, and pointing to Schuyler;-
the second down Rone Creek, also
pointing in the direction of Schuyler ;
the third line would pass over the table
land of Cutler county, reaching the
Platte bottom near the McCabc rach,
thence to Ce'Iumbus, ' in Platte county,
and connect with the U. P. at this point,
also with the Yankton in 1 Columbus and
with the Loup Valley Roads the con
struction of which are only a question of
time. Saunders and Butler counties,
which would be traversed by this line,
stand among the best agricultural coun
ties of the State, and are rapidly filling
up with a sober, intelligent, industrious
and enterprising class of people. Iu
each of these counties the population
has more than doubled th present year,
as has the number of acres prepared for
crops. That such a road would largely
conduce to the iatere-ts of those eoua
ties is patent to every tlmiking maa's
observation. Dividing, as it would, the
distance hm ween the IT. P. road on the
north, ami the R. & 31. on the south,
it would fill a great want to the future
agricultural and commercial interests of
Again, the value of this
! largely enhanced by the
line would be larrelv enhanced by the
. .. , r .. ' ,
construction of the Fremont and Lincoln
Road,' which would give a connection
somewhere in the Wahoo Valley.
Through these two roads a connection
would be had with all the roads centering
at Fremont, ut Ashlan 1, Lincoln and
Columbus. Stiil another connection
might be had by the construction ef a
road from Lincoln hy Oak Creek, the
Hunter Slough and Skull Creek to
Schuyler. Perhaps it is not generally
known that the sources ot the Hunter
Slough and Skull Creek are in the arne
valley, and but a few rods apart and that
tile intervening spae-e is nearly a dead
il.it thus ioniumr a continuous vailev
Jine bet'Teen Lincoln an 1 Schuvler.
Vci. II. "'' WaiiWo. '
ronr UriI'n to to 'T:roci?:l I?mrjeX:- :
We harn from Mr. Mwllory that he
has contracted with he city authorities
to put up four 1 ridges in the city, and j
that the work will proceed forthwith.
The delivery of the material has already
commenced. The bridges are to be lo
cated as follows: One 011 Second street,
south of Main ; one on Third street, south
of Main ; one on Femrth street, south of
Main; and one on Sixth street, north, of
Main. The one 011 Second Street is to
be wide enough for a foot walk and two
wagon track?, commencing even with the
west line of the street, and the other
are to le sixteen feet each.
1.00 it ol'T run iii.ti.
A TIp?m1 n it"' i u Xew Hole.
There is a fellow going about town
working cm the sympathies, of the good
citizens of the place by tales of suffering,
etc., and causing them to give small
suins for his immediate relief until he
can procure some kind of employment.
He is a great lazy lout, weighing nearly
2u0 pound-, wears light celorod pants
and a light felt hat. His stereotyped
story is that he is looking for work, has
no place to stay, and has not had any
thing to cat for at leat twelve hours.
lie is making a regular business of bog
ging, and will not work when he has an
opportunity. Some one should "set him
up in the boot and shoe business," as
Sheriff Johnson did a few days since.
Don't give him a cent, as his stories are
falsehoods, gotten up for the occasion.
Tho Rural New Yorker, which has
become familiar to more than 7o,00'J
homes, is one of the most striking ex
amples of deserved success presented by
the newspaper fraternity in this count ry.
The managing editor when he was send
ingout his little monthly Genesee Farmer
twenty yars or more ago, by his indus
try and iiersevcraneo-made the Farmer
popular, but it soon proved too s mall for
his expanding powers and abilities. He
saw the want of a rural joun.al w hich
sliould-suf ply the place in the family of
half a dozen papers, each devoted to a
single object ; in short, Mr. Moore
sought to make a genuine family paper,
embracing the various departments of
Agriculture, General News, and all use
ful information for the increasing and
improving rural population. To this
work he devoted himself with zeal and
energy. "There is a tide in the affairs
of men, which, taken at the flood, leads
en to fortune;" and Mr. Moore took the
tide exactly at the floexl, and, by .saga
cious management, has reached a point
which may well satisfy his ambition, for
the linrrrl is the most elegantly printed,
ably edited, widely circulated and heart
ily welcomed paper, as a whole, which
now finds its way among the people.
The J'urol is now a large royal quarto
of sixteen pages, published weekly, mak
ing in a year an immense book of val
uable reading matter, such as in Imoks
would cost clod, and all this is furnished
to single subreribers for $ J a year. In
c lubs of ten, .-s2 o ) per year, and one
free to the person cotton: up the club.
A hires D. D. T. Muor.i:.
-fl 1'arkRow. New York City.
Clark & Phimmcr propose o:ng out
of he clothing business and offer their j
entire stock u! ca.f. This i.-m. humbug,
they m-aiiwh.'.t they say. You will find I
their .stock the l.-o.-t
f.nd lafevt c::1-. Call wh:
V.-.u vim iiave mi
opportamty ::n-i satisfy your.-elf thai -tl i-.
is un I on ; t e i:y a rare co:::; e i
m-.-nt at v.-;h!:
NE" YEAR'S EVE ! NEW YEAR S i
Co.Tee Social mid Oysters at the Court
Jousr Hill 'Vho I.-iill'.: of tlm T 1 r,.
dist Episco;.:.! Aid Society will entertain
n- . . .
ineir inc-n-is ac lair h Jjcr., at the i
Court House Hall, with ColTee, Oysters.
itc, te. They cordially invite all their
friends to pcnd a It rpji eve with them.
All persons contributing Cakes, Tur
keys, &.c, wiil plea.:c have them at the
hall early as postiLle on Friday, and join
in the necessary arrangements.
Dy order of the President,
dce-22 Musr. C. SlTRUiCK.
'All donations for the nipper, or pres
ents for Christmas Tree are to be brought
to the Rectorj' at or before noon Friday,
The Church will be brilliantly illumi
nated on Christmas Eve.
The above announcements will be car
ried out in full by the committe consist
ing of a number of ladies and gentlemen,
too numerous to name.
W:.i. L. Wkli.s,
(intivniAJi! -ri ki.st.iz an ! !
There will be a Christmas Tree at the
Presbyterian Church on Christmas Eve,
Dec. 24, 18G'., for the benefit of the Sal
bath school and its friends and patrons.
Parents. Friends, Teachers and Scholai-s
arc invited to place'their presents on the
If you arc in want of a good Wagon
go to Vallerys & Rnffner. They are
agents for the Star and Schuttler Wag
ongs, the best in market
Vallery & Rulfner have just received
sample machines of the Improved Rock
ford Broadcast Seeder and Cultivator,
very much improved for the year InTo!
Call and examine them, and leave your
G rover & Raker's Sew'mg Machine is
the best in market. Vallerys & Ru:T-
ner are agents. Those iu wane of a gd
Machine will find it to their advantage
to give them a call.
All kinds of Country Produce taken
in exchange for goods at Vallerys &
Go to Vallerys & I lutTiier and buy your
Groceries, They buy for cash and will
not be undersold.
The ImhI In 11.
All person knowing themselves in
debted to us by note or account .-.re re
tiuested to call and settle immediately.
VaLLKKYS & RlTKNK.ll.
m m m
If you want a good suit of cVdhos. very
cliCUp o I.j u'lel V.- Rull.l'.l' .-.
HKiii: we Ait;;, always aiizad.
Thrcuah Line Cast-Pic-s Reduced.
Doom, Rro. & Co. are selling lower
j trin , Ver
0 t lc
Mu.-din, M to lve
. Delaine 1 to U-0
Poplins "0 to .V.ie
Re.-t Kip Boots i ihj t- 0
Best Calf Boots '. .) to S 00
And everything in proportion.
Call at Doom, Bito. A Co.'ss.
Coffee from to :;e
" If. to -tie
Molasses, $1 to I
At !., Bum. k ('.'..
Remember Doom, Bro. & Co. have
reduced the price of everything.
Doom, Bro. Co. is the cheapest
house we'st ef the Missouri river.
Correct Your illf-t-tiet i CerlificU
"Having completed an Abstract of
Titles, in-!uding Deed-, Mortgages, Tax
Deeds, Decrees oi' the Di-tiiet and Pro
bate Courts, we are now prepared to
furnish a correct abstract of transfers
affecting the Titles of Real E-tate (Land
or Lots) in Cass County, Nebraska.
A Correct Abstract in many cases can
not be had from the Records, andean
only be had from our Abstracts. All
parties purchasing Real Estate should
see that they are getting a ymul title to
the property they buy. Owners of Real
Estate by getting an Abstract may be
able to correct any defects that exist,
and thus save themselves expensive liti
gation, and. perhaps, the loss of their
property. An Abstract of Title costs you
but a trifle, and mav save vou vour home.
IK II. Whfvu .. A; Co..
Nov. 2" ISO'.). dA:w:jm.
Don't forget that Win. Stadolmann
has removed his immense 'toek of Cloth
ing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Boots Shoes, etc., to next door
west from his old stand, where he will
bo pleased to see all his old friends and
cu-. tomi rs, and where he can accommo
date all the new customers that see fit to
give him their patronage. He also keeps
piece goods for sale, or e"an have them
made to order without leaving the house,
as he keeps several first cla-s workmen
distantly employed. octJodiwt
Yallerys & Ruffncr have just received
a new supply of Roots and Shoes, whieh
they are selling very low.
Go to Vallerys & Ru'.Tner's to buy you
Dry Goods. They are selling cheaper
than the cheapest.
' notice. '
All l.cr.'uns in.le-!jti.-l c the uiule-rsixncd nrc
r'.-.iuestoil to call at her ro.-i Icikc, i-iphu-i n mile
v.est. ef l'liittMiiouth, I'lal settle thu came- iiuiiic
ltosi: axx pi:cki:i:.
If All Parlies lajcbied ta Us
"iVill euil mid settle the ?;ii:e. they w ill save
tliouis Ives h .i!i extra ticuhlu an I e.peiise, for
wc mast !,an .;'.! iiecounl!! iiicl noil-.-" dau us
paid, and that immediately. u we nrc soitix
J-.'e-t i.nd iuu--t liuu the unniey.
DooAI Dito. CO.
.sr'ej.ti i.'lher 2d. l.'i-i.l.
C5TAVS CF.GAM AND VELCDEAN ACtNCY.
Mrs. ICa t'.r Siinp.i.-n has : he ii(,'.'::..y oi 'thi a'..e
.-v.de'. iv. 1 1 d
-trimlei.ts. Any pei -011 lies'::!. e
! "''t ahdni.- a ::r: ! ela--.; (i.-aii or Melndcon uith
; ..n !,,. i.,,,. ;.nl.r,,v ,..
! l.mti. .v.-.. ..r. r
c-te i 0; e.ill at hir rv-id.-iK-e
r.a'-ni---;th A i
TEN r:t.ES Or STOVES.
? o . ;.;. :,. .' of t ki-rh e.-;... -.n i;:
the-t Ion t r ;a k Cooking Sieves ai v. in.l l
:'.H-ili.niensi-.'.'.: I a 'er n!'thc-:ii that an- ::n:ui.lly
.1. lie i.nl:il-.r nmor I'-o'tii ..1 ;.n 1 k-.!.I l-.t
' ye-.r I the i:.x-e-l-i.-r M-umfcririasr Cojuimhv
I i:s so I.irj.'.- tint if id n e l in a line close to-
I : '
' ii mil. :.
Moid '. stret.-h u-it f..r 11 dist.niee of
U dl 11 f;ll-t, TV hiv'i is Cllt'lllll... of i r i-.C
I- the- ciei i:.-- of the-e rluvc- no re ilian
' ri s.d w.it::--. K.T. Iii'KKA- Cu,
Are A?ent.-i ia l'l:itt.-!n..eth. s:,,Id li . !. sji 1c
a. id ii t:.il l.y Kxi-id-inr M:i!H'!V-tur:i.;r Co.. Ft
l.onis. CH. RC BACK.
I'r. Ii.l.-:tek. of in- inniiti. iiir.iin a-Ivt-i ti.-i" in
n our e diimai, this i:::iki:is his see. n l i-r.ipjrc-:'-nt
In refereti'-e to the Dot-tnr'n mc lieines we will
s;iy this mueh in their favor, thou .di c arc not in
the IniLit of prni.-inp j..itent or t thcrnie lii.ini-i
I.u.Jt year we were ailin(jconsi l. rul.-Iy, and feel
ini; inclined to try almost any remedy, we used a
bottle of iiij liitttrs, and. lit the came time, i'.n.e
of Jii." PilN. and we must s:iy wc believe wc had
relief by their rise. Flemld we airaiu find nco'f
city for medieine, we design trin It.j'jai-i'a
I'ills and Uitttrs. and cur adviee to others, with
like necessity, i; t.) do likewise. Ex.
A Vord la the Wie USufRcent.-'
A lru leut hou-kcciier purehiisc.i the be.-t and
ch(j:iest article for the kitchen that can be ob
tain. Dolley's Uukini; Powder is the luires.'.
best, nnd cheapest Uuking Powder known. One
n und will ifo liirther in the t-uliii.iry departmet
than any other in market, und is guaranteed to
produce more satirfaetiory re? ult". a the iojrre
dients are harmless, healthy und nurtritious
It is soi'l by all good (groceries. dee'.w-t
1)K0I5ATK XOTICtiT It is iiereby "ordered
that all claims airuiusl the estate of ltobert
C. Smith !e filed in the i'robate Court of
C'as county, Nebra.-ka. on or before June lSih
A. 1). lsTl), ornaid i lanin will be forever hurried
A. L. CHILI. I'robate Jiide.
Lee. IStb. 1S''.;. deeii U
1JK0I5ATE NOTICC In the matter of the
estate of Harris h. Levi, deeeased late of
It ia hereLy ordered that all claim against
said estate lnuit be filr d in the I'robate Court
ot Cassi county lielore June 1Mb 1 7n, or nai.1
claims will l,e f-.rever hurried. A. L. CHILD.
Lec. ISth. de-2!w4t I'robate Judfe.
1R0UATB XOTICK. Noweome. Jaeob Val
lery, by his attorney. T. M. Marijuett, and
in u ken apidientioii lor fix incnthu extension of
the time lor ttie settlement ol the estate ol 1. A.
It is hereby nrd-red that Saturday, the 2."ithof
December, at IU oYIoi-k a. m., be set to hear acd
deeidc on said application. A. L. CHILD,
1'cc. 1, Ueewit I'robate Judje.
I'ROBATK NOTICE. Now comes Ildward
Ilepner. administrator on the ettae of Fredrick.
Wthiies. una makes ai plieation for linal uettle
ment of nid estate. The frobate Court ha ap
pointed Friday, the 31st day of December. J.tf.
at 10 o'clock a. hi., for final settlement. All jier
sons inn-rested wi'I appear at my office, iu Ui
city of !'l:ttsmouth, at that time.
dcetwJJ A. L. CHILD, l'rohate Jndge.
1 JItORATE NOTICE. Now coiu.-s Samuel II.
i Ford and makes application for the appoint
ment of D. H. Wheelers guardian to the minor
heir.-of Lydia Seagg. deceasevl, and tho .'ah day
of Janunry, at 10 o'clock a. in., be net to hc-r
and decide on said application.
A. L. CillLD.
Dec. Vi, So'. i'.ecl6w; I'robate Judire.
lywin -itt iry iini mmti iir nrrniT. mi f nimmj.. j.
VT Pacific City, a Pm-ket-hook, c-jAttarn-Bs a
iiniill sum of money and two ntrs orj JosiaU
Clark, deceased, in favor f Jcuc'te Ma fit-M
one for the Mini of one hureind dolUii. tho
ether lor fifty-three dollars. I ols ia to eavti.-a
all person- from pun liasinff siiid uos. Thu
hndi-r of the above will b- lioer.dly ri ivan led 1 jr
leaving thes.-mi" at ti e "Hki:ai.i- .!!h-c, l'l it-.-nioi.th.
or with ;h" siil-feriber at We. pin- Vtfr
l'al!.-. 1'ii.g Count v X t-'-vie-k.-i.
.i-.r'v.; JuU li. MAN Fl !.!.!
I'U'.t S A l.K-'1 i.f sii'.-' li' f r "iT-r" f.-r .
' .itual-lo ;i '-T .ei-r. In . n :. -
l'l:!t t-UKU'll. Ill- ir lh- M- -! 1 : T t l is. 1.
t i:t':i el.-nt w.it.-r i-l lull ita 1 o-.. ,ti .1 ,
ini-nt t' .r.Jin-i- !" r .,u il t .. i. ( .
o-aia tiiRii.i-. 'l lie priei:t i.wn. i i i,L--,
olh'-r u-.li s" !n.l -iiiii'it 'l.-v it.- (11. .. 1
to Uis 1 K.-iii"---1 "I !!ii!l.nir. i: I will -- ;l
ti r j.i.w 1 1 iur :t i-'-n. - i ! 1 n- -.
l'iiiti,!.!MU'.!i, -1 t 'V
UK II Mill VI !
Al'l-ly " ' KLl- e'ini-a is.
It- .'Linn si
ioit sal;;.- - -f
I I'i.iO -ai..nl':. K: eoi 0 ..;'
?-I'S- s o
ioj; sam-: -:t r.i:T-i!!- ir .
r iilel u rpjfin i''l'.- t-:rin-.. 1 t.i- ,
tniiis ti rocuis. '1 :iTf it i.i- a I.i r ;
tiltcr. a ci-il-ir, u .-ta'.'U-, I . i
Ap.lvt X. M..M.W.';
T7"lNE STORE BFIU'IN -;
i- It K XT Thu JI.i-....-.- i ' i i
i:ri k Mr. ' y i '. :-.--.
r in s i-i-llar, tr: is'.-l - ' i ' :. -f'.r
r..'lit. t' .ulllllll l.cr l' '-1 11 :: i- .
is ai.-. an otticv, tome 2 ' I y : :. :
llnl- t'-.r rent f :!.-.- .- .! : ;
will lie re.-i-ivf-l uulil ;'-s!l laj .la:...
ulii'ii ii ciiuir.K-; mil It i I- -. 1 i e i i
l'a v.. 1. 1 Mi- i.;;.-r. 'I lii- i t r . -
ytan.i.s in Pialtft'inmii., i : . .
s e . 1 1 Mu li a ii-.iis, i t i .a ,. . , ,
s. I'l KK. i'r -l-o-ni ! ti c l'.-:.! .
on cr lu'.i te lln tae.-.t- i --..'
S. 1-' i !
1. II. Wh j.k;.ki:. Sv'ji h i. i
'IMKKN IT IU- l!:i- ' i,l ri' i r .
.1 the li Jay .-lii'. i-i ;
cn I ves, disiii'ii-l lis l..!l.i em- . i. r
n iih u ivinte rp.'t mi -ii h n !.-, :-
i'l ei rs our niarki i v. :tli r. ,. . :. .-n ,
out of ii per .-i ll- of : i eh: p-ir n 1...1 .
on tin- 01 in r. S iMii.i. II v
1t. -il l. is. i
'TK AY UP Km iii tin: faun :
1 11 r 1 lie 1 l.c M ' n 01 - !.:. 11
Sprinu cal cs. ilisc i il'i-l a- I'.ili .- .
ftocr call 1.1 ark- 1 w-tli -! a in I. . e
white st.fr call ith I i n 1- . ;:.
slit in lctt car. A re-1 le i' . j,:
.pt nil the lai f. Any mt."u
lion whrrt-iii'l ili 111 a I..- 1 ..nr.
erally ri-wjinl.-.l. n:: t ;
J.-c. i;. I. i-n.;i.
IWKKN L l'-Cy tie- Mil-, re., r
unli t nth i f iv.-ck nhi-. I
Xcl.niska, -n the 1-t cf .'.vu.: -r. 1
y carl i lit- dull, nil hit t ut ; - ir . . f .
ik-.-.m.-..4 SA.Ml 10. A I.I.I
1 r. i-. ! -I., M
no r pri-.-.n.-t. olio 1 vo vi- ir .. 1 11 .,.
M-tT, Willi koiik- r l -.ns i.i;-l r. i
hi-i-ii hraiiiled on li-U l.ip, I nt n-.t. li. . 1
dct-twOt' J. P. ; jr,
'I'AKEX l"! -13v 1!m- unl.... ri'.. r. : ;
L unt proriio t. Xov. i..tli. i- .'. m ,
Ki'iTs; oiu'whifif. h.ack c;:i-. i , i i;
J.'l e- Ivg ; the nt hi r i ' id aid u nt..- . ;
rKKX IT-lly tho .-ul-.ni -. -A
west of I'l it'-ni..nil:. i 1 o- ..p.
on l)i'cenilnr "J I. I- '.1. rie nl.iio le t.
r-'i cars, iiiia oi.i' .-111:. u r.- I r.
ALUl'sI .-' '!'o!!. .v.
'IAKI-:X l'I-Hy il,p i.i,l,.-.Til.(.r :l,r
1 wi-t oflt.M-k ltlutK t-.. I . . -1 .
nliout oneycar o!.l c n h. "nr 1- r .1. v.
tie white 011 the hi lly. Lnocinl 'U. :i ;
on tin left hip. Tli.-1 !hi-r i- r- 1 : i l ... 1
tel. with 1111 under hit out oT t':i- 1 u't i
il. i-'.iw', . ;. . )
'PA K KX I T r. u;y f.nu in W.
1 i.rc'ini-t i.n the l.-r . 1 . . 1 ; o, .
cr.f.-orn I (' It. cac v.;;r .11.
I ri.n.U'.l If a lL'ht r'. I. ..
tiir.o aid pl.o-i . in' tw, -, . r ! 1 -
with ro:in on s; I.-.. t!u k : a.-; a 1
linir lii.-it-r. Iinlil rcl, wloo I.
hrarvl" visihlo. ('II tl I.i. -
lce'.o a" '
I!y Mir--i' - ri' i.i:.' -1111
1. I .i ... 1 : . .
1 ir.o e pr.
1.'. ls';.t, one l.;,y 1. i.e .- in-'i ; ., ;
tail. Hi-ppoM d t . ! . :.i. no t':n i . . :
hind toot an I 1.1-ht 1 .re t Ii.-.-. ' '. o
somen h. n on t!.,- pony or ! r.
in ;r ti.w..s .) 1 s ; :
CT It A Y K ! - 1-Vi in 'h, farm.!'!
l ' in .It. ri.'n-.-iT.' ri i in.-t, j-i .No
ilark hioHii man e ir, ..tar ill I -i '.- .
loud foot wliite. Any . ri sriii- i:,:
ol the w herea i i nr - o t -ir h I... , , .-; , - ..
l:i il will In- suiUil'iy 1 1-ward d.
n..vJ-.M ii AX.-. I I.'
'I'AKKX t l' -lly th.- ,.,.'.. ..'..!. .,.
1 .Mdetioo'c. . !i tl.e 1- tli. oi .
mar.: rolls ; ..no o iy. Lot i ). i i. l.-ct -,- .
or I. ir I w o nr- '.: !i '! i -. : i - -n r . a .- . . '
with i.i, l ye ta-: I il' i.i t' .-r : . a -: I -. -. :
r.'ivjjwi. i A .M i i; . ii. I
TAKKN I'P-I'v the -i!,..
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j thrc- latil ..iiij l-o.-e -.
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yt reels: ..:..-.- . a ei or . . ; ; -House,
l'iatt-: oi-i:i. -N'.-' c: :i.
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tcr Fiiil.-. ten I- ii i.:- -r- !.-- ! .: i m-i-. .
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l'uldi -. Fllea:id Lile 1 u-urati' v A.,
ATTOltX L'Y AT LAW and Soiu-.tor i.i O ...
eery, l'l itlsiiie-uli. Xe;,ra-k.i.
J. E. Holl md. I'roi-i-i.-' .r. .-.r:i.-r d ." t i ' .
Third street", l'lat i.-ir.. m".. N- r.i-k.i. il
beea refitted and new!-.- f:iri :-!i' I
cla-.;. nceouimo iat ions, jit.ard by the c
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ll. MA.tHKI.l-, n M. M. I ii I 1 - '
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW .-ml -it. -t.
hauceiy, l'lutt .'ii.outh. Nebraska,. Ulii.-- ' ''
Vhite i lj ji- r x Drnr Str.?. 'mftt
ATTORNEY AT LAW, l'lativiuouil.. Nll.
f4 T A T IT & E IZ V.
Perfumeries, Hair Oils.
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Prescription- t ., . t'jil
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luv-r's, t'tiit.m.uih Xe'it:.!i.l '
Vaiua'uo Farm for Sa.
S-itu.i-d "i "ur :il fVci-k 4T in jl. - ' j:
K':-t et l'lat; tnoi'tii. 1 :ni!.- fro::! lh- I;-""
r, a .ol t i.i ei -Iv.iitt h. "f i mi'... t:oi-i l"
th; U. i M. il. V.. in d kn-'i s.ffi-. '
fa iiii, tirtJiiriiti? .-teres ot eh", v
aere-. ..f wh'..-h is l.otf. i.i land, uh-' i' ?
'I'e "..iiioer :i i i !iui' i.in-tv : cr.-s if.
b.i'ane.- in gi ;uv ; I toidi r tel-..-. ' i
rTt;i--. v a d iiil-le .-al-in. f- nn.'l :::;': ."'
with' St. ..... I.c.-ioenf. stal.I.-i and
btiifiiih:--. aj ....'clmr !. i-P-tity ..f ,.t-- 1 '
never fatt.li: Men. i K-.'"-i si n-.'.i-- "
u:-r.-s .,t t j-i er n A in .irpy eoun!. ''' "
iv. i-nlti i t tli- l'i'a;;e river,
Enmiin- t tl.e -r.-mi.-i s v r "f the -'
i.i .-jillldela i o. "i-. .M. i "e '-'. ' '
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