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T ! V i2AV 7'.
T' T-0-I:u:-' tV , '--r -:iyk ill lr
.,.' k'.vi Lave tL.-Ir wheat
?r. 'v:r v of then; tire d'":ie fOTvIns' 'ai-,
!.-..- nrM-rtira of tliit fiei'l'W- ;
- ; The work i- aheal i.f the '
-.--v'. . ' ''.j .c:i."-n WTj-i Lite. The j
r. -'i: j-i,;T i it the Le?t hort--:
cuUu.L: t th:it vk-!nity sny that .the J
n-! !"-! fro.-i diJit lnrm the fitntoFj
thr.t ?.:: Ion nt all. V'c Iearri also froui
Northern Iowa that tin farmers in that
f crtlon are r utting in a very large c rop of f
uln at thLs rprhig. ' i
OCK RAILUOIU Eisixrss. j
The sinovtnt of shipping done at I'latts- i
KOUtli is fur rreat or than many of our j
citizen; are await; of. l?e-Hes th j
amount. J-nc hy boat which is nearly !
or i-j-iife as great as ever before we have
an art-rape of about seventy-five cars a
day. During the niutithS of March the
transfer bu.-ine-'.s done by the PrcbMent
shovel an average of ovr fifty tins a
lay, anl ttc know since that time the
boat ha transferred as many a eighty j
tars a day, and has probably averaged J
at le;iH fevmty-five a d-i This would j
uake i.-ir Lund. o l and fifty ears a week, I
equivalent to vAvutJiccthoutHtl 1 CVA .
nfjVvbhl nch Ktd: This, be it re
mf.iib'Tod, is in exeess of the business
uon-J by -river. Is there any oilier town
in Nebri.4.a that can .show a better
recur J of freights than this?
THE COIXTUV 1'KF.SS.
The Chicago RrpuhUcan discourses on
the tubject of the country press as fol
"What tells ud so nearly the standard
of a town o.- city as ihc appearance of
it? paper? and its youth or age can be a.s
weil derin.-d by the observing a.s by a
IH.'1-soi.al notice. The enterprise of citi
zens is ckpkled'by its advertisement.-:,
their liberality by the looks of the paper.
Take your home paper; it stands up for
your rights ; you always have a champion
in your home paper ; and those who
stand up for you should be well sustained.
Your interests are kindred and equal,
and you must vise and fall together.
Therefore it U your interest to support
ycur home paper, not grudgingly, but
in a liberal spirit; not as a disagreeable
duty, but as ait inve.stru-.nt that amply
repays the expenditure."
I. S. ZiMr;t" Court;
The Omaha R-pullicon of yesterday
c"!ta?n.3 the following synopsis of the
!.-;. -:,s o-" fh United States District
C' -Mit l'oi ,!aj" previous:
rt nu t v-te1da3 morning at nine
-o"'-. :, pur.-au o ij virnruent.
I resent It on. Elmer S. Dundy,
James MNelies vs. Steamboat lady
(race. Suit dinnisscd oa motiom cf
lilM-lIant at his cost.
deorsre 15. ltidgeway vs. Steamboat
Elkhorn. Suit di-mia.-ed at cost of li
bellant, on motion of proctor f or libellaut.
The order heretofore made ap
pointing W. V. Irwin, of Plattsuiouth,
a United states Commissioner, has been
rescinded by the Court.
United S;at-s vs. Abel IJailey. De
fendant arraigned, and pleads not guilty.
Trial by jury. Defendant being without
conn- !. G.W. Ambrose, Esq. and Wm.
C. Fabcri.s, E.-'t., were directed by the
"0uit to make defense. Verdict ren
dered. Guilty on both counts of the in
United States vs. Tom. Robeson.
Trial by jury commenced. Continued
Horrilile Mnrtlprofn 'w Brn Bubo.
its I'nuntnral I'nreiits Itnry lt in n
lost-I(ole, ilrnil Downwards.
Frcui the C. B. XonparicL
We learn from a gentleman who ar
rived in the city last evening, that a nor
libie murder had been brought to light
at Matiti, in Fremont county. The
crime was commit tted by a man named
II. l'iainer and his wife, who for some
vears have been living in that town.
The circumstances, as near as we could
gather thorn are as follows : It appears
to be a well established fact among the
d -liizens. of that village, that Mis. J'lat
ucr iiad been for some time eneiente, at
leat to a!! appearances Time - passed
and rn little one graced their humble
home. A honible suspicion seized upon
them then that all was 111 1 as it should
be, and an investigation was determined
upon by the neighbors. The fact that a
similar freak of nature had b.en observed
Home eighteen months previous, made
suspicion doubly s-ure, and en nvixsr they
waited on the couple, ami demanded of
them what had been done with the child
that was supposed to ha ve been born. At
tir-t thej- utterly den ed that any such
thing had oecurred, but a rope K-ine
p'aeed aro-md the neck of the man, with
one cud over a tree that was handy by,
brouiht them to a sense of their diWy,
an ! they confessed that a child had leen
Lorn, and showed thetn where they had
put it. It. little body was found in a
p si hole near the hou.-e, into which it
had been ,-i-tced with its head downward,
& il i!ie::- covered up wiih loo-e dirt. An
"e.'i.K.t'oa of the ho ly showed plainly
.hat it it-.i I '-e n stranjiod shortly after
ir-i. . 'h Sevcnd Iifl' rcnt storic3 were
t -M ! t!ii.ii i'lrt-tard to' the death of
tr e tmlu, rut as none were satisfactory
tiie" wtie both p'aeed utidcr arrest, and
vesteruay a preliminary examination was
being made in which all the facts in the
ae will probably be adduced. That
there has been a foul unnatural murder
committed, there can be no doubt, and
we tiut that a proper puuk-hment may
be meted out to the guilty parties.
The committee appoiuted by the dele
gate and ma -s convention of the people,
to procure counsel to re.-jst the payment
of bonds, is-u -d in the aid of the B. &
M. B. ii., met to-day and selected the
fo'I-v.vhi-f named gentlemen a? attorneys,
lion. James A. Sweet, George II.
Koberis, E-q., of Nebraska City, and
Hon. J. J. Yorhec., f St. Joe, The
committee consUts of Dr. Ilinner, Asa
Strain and John McCarthy. This means
business, and from the reputation of the
gentleman engaged, we imy look for
lively times. UiKie the bnll will open
and tvheiiier the State or United States
Cotirt we arc not advised. Ae6m.t
ink has been recommended
lately as le
s? liable to erasure uian any
Ir nntv fjiid that a
1 . 1 .:i, u-ator will alone re-
Sov eTiry rtiffe of it from paper.
f 1,1 ?-'r.-tTrT-o-? ii.V?!rr f f th"Sol 1 C-of
Nt-.ja-k:f. !.' 1 i at tin
:::. klari l A: W
r..tcr on tff rv ii;tt:' o:
the -J-J I c.t'd:.:iui:y, liT'). a
lor Ui;f prc.M-nt.
Or i;!-..i-ni 1 !' Cnli,n 1 Coin 20 Arm
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h.; cin-.ir, u.-t i o a I'-w
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ni.nrtM iut; and coount iriijat
ocnti!i2 t'.e f
t!.e C'!"oi '. iii!'Mi tn." .'ui;raMi
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1 pcrp::tiiii ors;;iu:Z"ti'."i i"r
n re-union of tin-o wlio Iiave Ijecn
comrads in an 11, on mch-; future apiiro
pria'u tiuu: aud-pLuv
On i-iotion'of J. W. Tadd'n-U it was
re-olved that as 2v"ebra.-ki o!diers we
wiil pfl'cct a pcinj nei.t organization by
selecting a jTesideiit," vice pr-ideut, a
ferret ary, and orator, and a tiuw and
jilfl'-e ofnxt lnecting for a, re union,
said next othcers to hold their places
till said rc-uaion.
On motion of Lieutenant John Gilles
pie a committee of three was rai-e'd t
nominate pern anent . oflioor.s. Ibe
Chair appointed L'out jiinnt John Gilles
pie, Major J. W. 1'i.d lock and David
J Jot'huUi. as null lommitte.
.... . .i.i
1 ho con.mittee reported u;e
which was adopted.
I're.-idcnt, Doctor Enos Lowe.
"c? Pie.-ideiit, Colonel Tlioma,
Secretnrj-, . Lieutenant Jc-ln: S.
Orator, (Jen. 11. II. Livingston.
On motion of Lieut. Jci.ii ti"---p!o,
it was re.-olvcd that the time an l place
of meeting for a r? union be on the 4th
of Ju'y, A. D. J.sTO. at Lincoln.
On motion the following .irentlemen
were appointed a committee of arrange
ments for the re-iiiiii.ii.
Lincoln Lieut. Jo! n Gillespie.
Omaha Maj. J W. J'ollock. Gen.
S. A. Stri-k!an'd,-Dr. V,r. McCle!;Lnd.
Dakota Col. lLrrlan Daird.
Decatur Capt. C. F. l'orter.
l'lattsmouth Capt. Joe. Jdmson. '
Krownville- Lt. W. A. Pollock.
Fort Calhoun Capt. K. II. Cia:k.
John-oii Co. Vuyt. J. . F.'.r
Y rot her.
Nebraska City Dr. N. li. L irsh
KihardM.n Co.-C.i;t. II K. Cmi
On motion it wa? re o!ved that the
chairman of the committee of ariangc
ment.s lc authorized t appoint a corres-j-.'Hi
ling secretary re.-idiug at Lineo'11.
- On motion of'Dr. Win. D. McClel
land, the meeting adjourned to meet ai
Lincolon on the 4th day of July A. D.
TIIOS. J. MAJOHS, Ci.'n
J(;ix S. Skatov, st-n'y.
In accordance with the foreiroiug call
of the soldiers of Nebraska who .-erved
in the recinients an 1 l.;tttalio!i- i'om thi
State. I have (as Chairman of Commit
tee of At raiigo'iiontsj. appointei Ja-ues
O. West, of Lincoln. Ctrre.-j -ond ng
Secretary, and now call upon ail soldi', i s
who served in any of the regiments, bat
talions or dctaehmeut.s of Xehra.-ka
troops to immediately address tlic secre
tary, civing name in full, the company,
regiment and battalion in which he
served, his post 'lice address, and
whether he can be present at the re
union on the 4th of July next. The
committee of arrangements will endeavor
to provide 7 055c over the railroads to
and from place of meeting. AH Union
Soldiers i ow residing in Nebraska or
temporarily sojourning in the State no
matter from what Stat or Territory they
entered the service in defense of the old
il.iz are tiio-t cordially invited to 1
prc.-ent witn us at J;:i
uroachin 4th of July.
. . 1
Ch'n Com. of Arrangem juts.
All State papers please copy.
'tii! In 'lr.sli.ii.
Those wh 1 have stu tied tha gemra
appearntK-e of the country in this part
of the State an I compared the position
of Nebra.-ha with the coal producing,
.ections of the country, are confident
that coal can bi found in large quantities
throughout the State, an 1 especially in
the region of the south l'latte and in a
westerly direction towards the Blue
rivers. The general formation and tip
pcaranees of the earth in this locality
corresponds with that of the rich coal
sections; while the location, renders it
more than probable. that th; wim of
coal wI.L-h have been found in the same
latitude at the different j oints to the
east and wis: which have been examined
for this purpose, also exist here.
This has heretofore been the case almost
without exception, as those who will
obseive the location of the different
CoaK'elds of the country will readily
perceive. The coal producing sections
of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and Iowa
to the eat of us, and of Wyomimr and
Colorado to the we.-t, are nearly all in a
belt of country in the same latitu le, and
the 111. t extensive coal fbdds in the
United States are found witbin that belt
This is governed by certain natural laws,
and there is 110 plau.-ible rea.-on why
they should not hold good in this in
Several parties, experienced and intcl
ligt nt cou'-mii.ers, a:e now pro.-ccting
in this part of the State fir indications
of coal, and report the pro-pe ts as of
the most favorable character. We be
lieve the indication- leave 110 room for
doubt that coal exist here in large quan
tities, and we hopo poon to sec the de
vv !opnu:.t of this groat rc.-ource tui iud
to account. It will do moie than anvthimr
! ef.-e to 1. ice Nebraska on the high road
to prosperity, and give her the leading
po-iiion among the States of the West.
Two coach loads of excur-ioui-ta, from
the swashing beach of old Pacific, from
the land of gold nuggets, dust and quarts;
from the land of golden sunshine, Chiiu;
men and rats; fraai the home of Mrs.
Preble, the Jthj-r heroine ; from S.-n
Franeioo. went through our city, on the
B. & M. II. Ji., last evening, ,011 a trip
east, clothed in their proper min?fs,
proper garments, panniers, gold specta
cles, gold-headed canes box-toed boots,
illusion bonnets, and all the paraphrena
lia of modern times; looking happy,
talking merrily, and peering out serenely
upon the crowd of gazers who surrounded
the coaches, with as much cariosity de
picted in their countenance as though
it were a menagerie on wheels.--Ot-tumtra
An exchange wants an
tells when "next month" expires. The
cause of this "want," the editor say,
is because he has a number of accounts,
the payment of which were promised
next month, and as the promises were
made in January last, lie want", the al
manac to ascertain when he may expect
the fulfillment of said promises.
J. W. Tclrsrrsipli.
The (treat Western Telegiaih Com
pany have completed their line fioni
Chicago to Oiuah.
We have recent a 1 vices' from Mr. D.
II. Wlieeler and Col. H. M. Van Aruian
that the line will be extended to this
j oint, and perhaps some distance Loj ond
it, some time early in the summer.
Their subscription books are still con
to any one desiring to invest in their
stock. We trust that the business men
of Southern Nebraska will lend a mb
stantial encou ageiuent tothiscnterprhjo.
luHnUt lt ii. i'nrr.
l'rviu t'..f (luiab; l:i ulli.an.
V ru-ka I. ! ttur. at its I::t
a cf ;-.'
.; i....U-;j a ..!ia!i:ulO
itiiitf the important
K. A. ('arr and '.is
ti-ini' the Indians on
t il l, l!!'.. ill C
o-T w-.-ti 1 it. ff. '.tier, an i ten-U. r;n the
i tlianks ;t
t1 Ku5.1o,.f thcStak-to the'
; tjtti.rai ;.m i hi- f!iicers
' important services ioJ.
ma men oi"
Sometime alter the ses.-i'.u ci vd, the
Secretary cf S;.te prej.ired a c rtifi; I
corv of the re-olntioii-'. for trau-mi-i"!!
fto (;cn. Carr. and not knowing his ad
dress, fo: wardu.l them toc x-tJov. Saun
ders (wh-.j is well acquainted with the
(icmral), with a request that he frward
the re-olutions, in accordance with the
wishes of the Legt.daiure.
(iov. Saunders complied with this re-que-t,
and received from Gen. Carr, a
few days since, the following handsome
acknowledgment of the compliment:
Fokt Mcl'nntsox, Neb. May 7.
Hon. Alvin S.vindkks, Omaha, Neb.:.
r.'r ,V'V . 1 ennit mo to cxpro.-.s my
thanks to yen lr forwarding engrossed
copy of resolutions of thanks to myself
and command, passed bv the Legislature
of the State. '
We appreciate highly this testimonial,
and will strive to deserve the confidence
and approbation of the people in future.
1 wiil forward your letter to my
With renewed thanks for your kind
ness and courtesy, I remain yours.
Vcrv truly, E. A. Carr,
Maj. .1th. Caw, "BM G., U. S. A.
A YV.'irnliij; tu II usiiandH.
A lady in tbe Hecoltitt'ou (Sister An
thony's paper), writes .as follows:
The great want of women at present,
j is policy money for their personal "A anis
and money to. carry out their plans. I
j propose that tbey sh illoarn it, that thej'
j shad con.dder it is honorable to work for
j boaid, and demand fbr them equal pay
J fir equal work. I demand that bearing
; and 11 a; in- of children, the mo.-t cxact
j ing of iiiip'oynicrits. mi-I involving the
i most teirihle ri.-ks. shall 1 e tbe best jaid
v.ork in t tie world, ana that hn-bainis
shall treat their wives with at loa-t as
much con-ideratioii, and acknowledge
them entitled to as much money as wet
The meaning of this is, that wives are
about to Miikc for greenbacks ; to much
for every baby born. No greenbacks, no
more sons and daughters. No green
backs, no more population : no more
boys to carry forward the great enter
prises of the age. The scale of prices
lor maternal duties are as follows:
Girl lahies $ 100
P. v.- do 2)0
Twin do 300
T.vlns (both lev.-).. 400
Triplets fall boy.-) .- 1,000
Terms: C. O. D. No credit leyoiid
first child, the motto being '"Pay up or
drv up." Husband- uhode.-ire t trans
mit their names to posterity will please
notice and take a new departure.
An editor who has been married about
a year, speaking of babies, says: ''The
d. -light of days, the torment of nights :
elegant in f ull dress, but horrible in dis
habiib ; beautiful on the smile, but
maddening on the yell ; exquisitely in
place ia the nursery, but awfid'y
out of place in the parlor or railway car
riage ; the. weil-sprincs of delight, and
the recipient of unlimited spankings :
the glory of 'pa,' the happinesscf 'ma,'
who wouldn't have 'em."
Work upon the Temporary Peniten
tiary has commenced by the contractors,
Mes.-rs. Pai kins and ' HalWell. The
building will be con-trueted of dressed
stone; main walls two Ret in thickness,
with foundation walls three feet, and at
the angles four feet in thickness. Will
be one story. 85x4" feet, 12 feet coiling ;
roof tin ; windows grated, i inch round
iron ; there arc to be 4 iron floors ; the
floor to be I', inch yellow pine. The
front part is to be linished vp for the
Warden's family and officers, fhe rear
01 x4:2 feet will be divided into cage cells.
The building is so arranged that when
the penitentiary proper is completed it
can be turned info a work-hop and form
part of tiiat building, ami so no loss wiil
occur to the State. It is to be finished
by July It is located four hundred
feet f.oni the M. P. 11. B. track, on the
northeast corner of the forty acres be
longing to the penitentiary grounds.
Some one has been thrcatcninir the lo
cal of the Lawrence TrU.unr, and he re
plies in the following fashion : '"We will
state tor t ha benefit of all concerned,
that all threats of personal violence shall
signally fail in preventing ns from put
ting facts into our piper. We are sen
orally in our office, when n it 0:1 the street
hunting an item. We have at hand an
iron poker, a load paper weight, erne hun
dred and eighty pounds of ile-h. and a
sable attendant who weighs a ton. We
are prepared fur each and every one.
ecan stand a storm of words to these
we will merely giro a smiling replv but
if any one means business, we advertise
that we are on hand, and 'd d be he
that cries enough."
A good story was told us recently,
wherein a resident of this county, a
j s-eiido preacher and ex-editor of a pa
per i;i the regions of the setting Snn was
tne hero. After covering four patres of
fo!s-oap with inspirations from eupid to
his dulciena, he added (no misinterpre
tation if you please) to the lower right
hand corner of the fourth page the fol
Iowing a mbguoussentenee, '"'Turn over."
Onr informant was unable to state
whe.h-r the tceipient tur.icd over or not.
Dr. JafTe, the first Jew cverappointed
Professor at the University of Berlin,
Jia recently -hot bim -iclf at Wertem't ur.Lr,
Twoycarsaso he had become a Christian,
and the persecutions which he had to
suffer in consequence from his Jewish
acquaintances grieved him so deeply that
he resolved to commit suicide.
A little negro boy of the south had
just been equipped with a nw suit of
clothes, the first he ever had in his life,
you may be sure. Next morning he ap
peared with one leg of the trowsers,
ripped up from the shoe to the waist
band. On being a.-ked how it hap
pened, hit answered, "Please, ma'am, I
wanted to hear it flop!"
J N. Grant of Brookiine. Me., has a
last year's lamb whose head is put on
exactly un-side down. It ran turn it
about half way round. When it feeds it
travels backwards. It anpears in pe -fect
health, and lias a tine fleece of wool.
A Nevada editor returns thanks to his
friends for two Christmas presents a
BiWle and a bottle of whisky. He says
he hits perused the latter with the ut
most satisfaction, and feels better.
An Illinois grave-digger, who buried a
man nanird Button, sent a bill to his
widow as follows: "To making one Button-hole,
A verdict for $15,000 has lieen ren
elered in New York against the Adam?
Exp-ess Company, the value of a large
number of peaehe3 intended for New
York, left at Fortress Mr.r-e hi lr7.
O. A. 1'K-tHV.
oTi-L-wa mk a 00...
0. A. DERBY & CO.,
AT A.X TJFAC i D i(
Wholes ala- a ml lietai
Oar motto is quirk sales ami fimtll rrots.
IVorth' Side 7Ini. Street,
(Between Second and Third)
Plat 8moti1Efl,' Nebraska.
L JJf.i r1 -
B. S.VXTER WINDHAM.
SPURLGCK & WINDHAM.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
One Door West of Brooks House, up Stairs.
FLATTSMOUTII, - - - - NEBRASKA
Lands Brjklit and ?ol l. Titles KxamincJ and
Conveyances Made, Tuxes Paid and Keewpts
CA-Ail Business entrusted to oar care will
receive prompt attention. maruMA-wtf.
I I !
Manufacturer of all kiuJs of
Farming; Sin plemciilM.
Such ns the celebrated Bod Breaking TIows,
MnuM Hoard Breakers. Stirrinir I'iows, Single
mid Double shovels. Cultivators and Harrows.
Bepairing done on short notice. All work war
ranted. . ....
Ilnviitjr had much experience in the business,
I feel assured that I can (civc ucneral jatisfae
tion. Please givn mc a eail bcTor purchasing
elsewhere. C. K. 1'OkUY.
Platfmouth. Neb.. May fi. J.7.
""machine Thop !
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Bepairer of Steam Kns'iues, Boilers, Saw and
(jis and Steam Fitlinirs, Wrotisrht Iron Pipe.
Force and Tilt Pumps. Steam Gauges 'ee
Valve Governors, and all kinds of . "
Bra s Engine Fittings,
furni-hed on short notice.
Repaired on short notice. auc"tf
Public Sals cf School Lands.
I. Isaac Pollard. Clerk of Cass county, in pur
suance of an act of the Legislature of Nebraska,
approved June ii-Uli, lNoT, will oiler at public
sale, at the door of my oilice, iu l'lattsmouth, on
Tuesday the L'lit d;iy of J:nc pext. at 10 o'clock
a. in., all the remaining School Lands in this
eonuty. No bids received lor less than jeven
dollars per acre. Sale will continue from day to
day till ail the School Lands are offered.
Jiven under my hand and seal this 4th Jay of
May.lsVO. Isaac Poi.i.ard.
Clerk Ca-s comity, Nebraska.
By J. M. Beardslcy. Deputy.
Pny.ler t Orr nre ready to tuke orders for
l'reiikine Prnirie. For terms, apply to John
Snyder, on the farm on Finht Milu cr.ek : or, to
li. N. Urr, l'lalt-mouth. 'i'hey nre prepared to
t.-ike contracts fur any uuuiber ot iwres. l'arties
desirinp breaking done, will do well to inuke
contract tearly. aprilldiw3in.
R. Chilson. four miles north-east of AVeepinp
Vater, on the head ot Cedarereek. will herd cat
tle during the eomiiig season at thirty nit' e.
head per month for the season, and furnish salt.
All cattle must be distinctly branded or he Hill
not be responsible for losses. april7iu3
T- M. ilarrjuett, )
' ts Order ofSale-
David Fenree )
N'otiee U hereby given that, by virtue ol a
decree of the L'istriet Court of the Second
Judiciary District, within nnd for Cass county,
Nebraska, rendered at the November term. A.
I). l?v'.'.. and on the 0th day of November A. D.
ISt'.'.l. I will offer for sale at public auction at
the frontdoor of the Court House in Plattsmouth
on Monday the 13th day of April A. D. IsTU. at
lt o'clock a. in., ol" said d.iy, the following real
estate, to-wit :
The undivided one half iJ il of the west half
of lot no. 12l twelve in Mock no. twenty
deven (117; in theCiiy of Plattsmfu:h. Cas county
Nebraska, heretofore attached a the property
of the said defendant. David l'earce.
(liven under my hand this 1 Vh d;vy of March,
1ST.!. IJ. W. JOUNsO.V.l Sheriff.
ianrlTwft of Cass county. Nebeaska.
F. P. TODD AGENT.
PLA TTSMO U I II. -V E BRA SKA
A good n'-ortuicnt of Machines oa han.L
ls keep Thread. Oil. Needles. .Ve.
Machines to rent bv the month.
CoOflice North ide Maintftreet, with Hamburger
HO?. K. T00TLK. T. k.IIANSA. J. K. CLAIIV S
Tcctlc, Hanna a Liar::,
BAUICEISir T r-r-i
DKALF.H3 IN -
l&oltl ntl Silver CsnsJ,
PinTt? drawn on a'! r-urU .'f the L'nite:! Stutes j
ntni t.urui'C 1 c-p!Mts rcccivt-J, su:a si"eei:ii ni
trillion giwn to colloctions.
Warner's l'ile remedy has never l'.iilod (not
pvcu in !no easci to cure- the very worst cases of
Uiind Iti-iiine or l!!oa.Jir.i; riles. . Thr5ewho are
afilktod flmuld iiuiacdiatol. call tn thtir drucj
pict uu.l itet ':ir t.r's l'ile Keinedy. . It U ex
lirfssly for the l'iles. and is not reeenuuiien led
to cure any othr difeae. It hs rured many
raes cf over thirty years fctundinff. l'riee One
Dollar. For salo by druggists everywhere.
Wnmpr's lvs,.eisia Toni is iroraret ex-
lre-.-ly lor Dyspepiicd mid thwe su'lering with
luibitu:il Cos:iveneS!. It is a slieht lilimulatinsr
tonic and splendid appoti.er; it KtrciiKtlien
the .-t )ioucli tiiid re.torcs the ditrcslive oreaua
to their heuhliy state. Weak, nervous and uys
peptir per-ons should -u-e Warner's Dyspepsia
Tonie. Ir'i.rnale bydrupKifts. rice Une Dollar.
Warner's ComkU. Balsam i.4 healing, softcniuR
and expectorating. The extraordinary power it
possesses in immediately releiviuir, and eventu
ally curing, ihu most obstinate ca.-es of Coughs.
C'cdds. Soi-e Throat. Bronchitis, Influenza. Ca
tarrh, ho'.ir-eness. A'thinii and Consuinption is
almost incre.liiile. ."-o prompt is the relict una
ccr ain its elfeets in all th.- above cases, or any
allcrtion of the throat and lunes. that thousands
ot phvsiciaDs are daily pre.-cril.iiiK it. undone
and all say that it is tne ir.oi iicuiihk an i ex
pectorating medicine known, tine dose always
affords relief, and in most eases one bottle ef
fects a cure, ."-uld by drupsists, in larpe bottles.
Price One Dollar. It is your own lault if you
still cough and suffer. Tne Balsam will cure.
Wine of lAtfe.
The great Blood Purifier and Delicious Drink,
Warner's Viuiuu Vita-, or Wine of Life., is free
from any poisonous drugs or impurities, being
prepared lor those who reqire a stimulant. It is
u splendid Hppetiz.er and tonic, and the finest
thing in t!ie world for purirying the blood. It is
the in oft pleasant and delicious article ever of
ferei to the public, far superior to brandy,
whisky, wine, bitters, or any other article. It is
more healthy, and cheaper. Both male and fe
male, y uug or old. can take the Wine of Life.
It b. iniiu't. a life preserver. Those who wish
to enj'.-y good health and a free How ol lively
. ; '.. its. will do well to take the Wine" of Lite,
lt is diti'erent from anything ever before in use.
It is ts.dJ by dru.i.-l? : also ut ull re-K.s table sa-1-x.ns.
Pii"-" lb;.- 1 '"Ib iji ft ".'j'.t,i';,Mm-
Warner's Eminennstogue is the only article
known to cure the Whites, (it will cure in eveny
ense.) Where is the family in which this im
portant medicine- is not wanted ? Mothers, this
i- the greatest Lle-fing ever offered you and you
should immediately procure it. It is also a sure
cure for Ft male Irregularities, and lnny be de
pended upon in every case where tiie lnofcthly
flow has been obstructed through cold or disease.
Sold by druggists. Price One Dollar. Or sent I y
mail on receipt or' One Dollar and a Quarter.
OSice OI'J State Street. Chicago, His.
J. M. UlNciiMAN, Agent.
pr22wlvA2atndly l'lattsiuouth. Neb.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FKLID. SALE AND
MAIS STREET, PL ATTSMOCTH, KF.B.
I am prepared to accommodate the public with
-. - m
.j;-c, Currinso, Iugeie an-1 A A'o. 1 Ilttine,
on short notice and reasonable teiHis. A' Hack
will run l- steamboat latiding.andto allpar
f ihecitywneu '."irtd.
C. LAZES UV.
BtTTtdiv i.A.KNirv, prop.
LIVERY SALE & EXCH lGE .
?"The 'i 'P of IIor--cs an ! Bullies en lia!id."o3
Corner Vine and Fourth streets.
PLAT T S iirl G U T H
ITALIAN Afil AFdERiCAN
1 r 'M IIS TO ks.;
I HE A P . 1 0.VA'S'.
J A RLE-TOPS, ct r.
' Furnished promptly and neatly at the very
lowest prices possible.
We Warrant Satisfaction.
MF.HGES k BItO..
Main street near 6th St.. Pl.ittsmouth Neb.
XVecpisa Water JlilLs
Farmers, ko where you can get the Lest Flour,
and the most of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
VI POUMJS -f RA
given in exehnpe for eood f
We are also ib.inp pris . and. with onr
inere:u-ed facilities, feel assured that we can give
the best and most Flour of any in the State.
Produce Bought and Sold.
HIGHEST UACKF.T PAID.
Reed & Clinton
EMPIRE B 2iKERY!
Third Street, South of Maui,
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and weet Crackers.
beit on hand st all timei.
nlltf . : GUTIIMA2T & nUBERTY.
zsrrv f??A r;JT3 r? sztzzi
Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th, 1870.
Terms Half Cash and Balance
" at 10 per Cent.
T- the County Soaf of Sarin Tors County, is situated at tlio confluence of tiie
Wahoo and tilt-crocks, and at the point of iutcrscctiou of the .Uurlingtoa and
Mis.-ouri JJivcr Kailrond . in 2sTi-Ijraska, -the Orualia and Sontliwr-torn liailroud,
ami the Fremont, Ashland and Nebraska City Kailroad. Tt is situate 1 in the
midst oi the
Finest Agricultural Region in the World,
Draining the rich valhys of the Flatfe, Salt ( Vek and Wahoo; which are being
rapidly settled by industrious and intelligent iarmcis. Ashland has
"JTIIE MATSST WAJSI lOWEK
Known in the State, both ttmn Salt and Wahoo crocks. It is at the famous
Salt ('reek Ford, known to ali early settlers and to all plainsmen on the South
Platte rouie. Fine mills are already in operation.
THE Rja.I2aROAS5 FAGlZiITZSS '
Of Ashland are not equalled by any other inland point in the State, as a fclaneo
at the maj. will how. 1'ho I'mlington it 3Jis.souri Iliver lli ilroad in N bra-ka
is now finished and cars runriiinr to Ashland, and will be completed to Lincoln
before the time of the sale. This i.s the great through route between the
Atlantic and the Pacific, and will be completed to a connection with the main
trunk of ti e Union Pacific r.ad in a very short tiine. This is the only line of
railroad bet ween the ea-t and we.-t that has a through line extending wot of the
Missouii river, hence it cannot fail to control a hinre f-hare of the through trade
between the Atlantic and Pacific. A point with the natural advantages which
surround Ashland, situated upon this line of road, cannot fail to become important.
The town has not less thau one thousand inhabitants at the present time, and
has se veral very fine brick and stone buildings.
i The Court.IIousc ssml County Offices
Are now in process of erection. Parties wishing to invest in real estate with a
view to a speedy advance, will find this a rare opportunity.
For further particulars address
... :"" ..- y '
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RUNNER WALKING CULTIVATOR.
This Machine wiih it improvements and perfections f-r the sea.son of JSTlVhnllcnpc. il.ew..ri.l
, i 'I 1... i,,u- I'ri.-ent which it is sold brines it within the iiickiis of every tanner, beinti
much chi-ipcr than other niachinea .ioinj.- thesanie work. It. is much lighter, more simple and du
r ible and of eai"r draft than any machine known, and apreat improvement over the old way of
c'tilrivVii'jr i it h -hovel plows or one hotse cultivators, lt ciiltivatas and bnishesa row at filename
id .vith the pat-nt reversiole snoveis. tne
!v u.-i:i-' this machine there will be uoneed
i.eifcollv as can lie done L'.v nami. . .
As will be seen this Cultivator hn runners instead of wheels. This enables us to make the
machine iinhur and with much less rising than tMachine hayiijK wheels, and huvihK no parts to
fear r.irf ' Uv u-ing runners the machine can be coupled much sltwrtMr liiid LiiO drll brouitlit cli.se
ui to the" end" ol the plow beams, thereby causing it to draw lighter and is also ot priat advantage
in timiinsrut the end of the field. . . '
With the Pitcnt draft Hnanreuieut the we.ght is ell taken off tho boltoui of the runntTS, so it
will re .dilv bJ seen that it will draw even lijrhte. than i.iachmes with wheels.
It will iHorun i.iucli V.id.. ;-. and on r.unh ur nor V Jroxen promtd lt lias Rreat advantage.
We a-k -ill ho -ire ititen-stcd to examine this Machine before purchasing, lccliuir c.i.li lent
th it upon ex imi'iaiioii it will be found to toHtain manv advantages ovi r all other Wulkim; 'nlti-vi'tor-
i'ier "..in- through him seasons succes.-lully. we have no hesitation ill warrantiiiB it to
"ivepcriVct -atl-la'tion in every respect, or money relunded alter trial.
" I'ri.eSaVM cash; :tM time mT-B-RT 'TT
Stoves, Tin, Hardware & Farming Tools;
MANUFACTURER OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
Roofin.!?, Guttering, .Spouting an-1 U.vurinir ilonc.
f7?n Silling First-CfiFS Goads and Guaranty Not to bf
Undersold, as 1 am Buying of First Hands
A lot of A No. 1 PW.s an l Cultivator?, dosing out at Cost. r. n 1 i the pla
JIain St, 9e.vi to Citfj Hotel,
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS! !
Everybody, and more too, are going to
D. SCHNASSE & CO,
To buy their
srE:rix3LS fvxicl Bummer GrOods
ISTEAV YORK STORE-
The largest anl most complete . ... ...
STOCK OF DRES s GOODS
re now on exhibition at the New York Store, at rr atly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to our new styles ot
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YA S, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous customer. large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
We har a Urz stock t.f !.- c1f rratH GAR DE4 CITY GLIFPER
PLOW. STUBBLE J 3REAKINJ3 PLOWS, Uinsl- -t
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES. &.C
Plattamottth February, 10th, IblO. tf. 1). SCHNASSE CO.
T" . r HP
in Six Months; with Interest
...... rv. :l f H2s--
i'. - . -' .. --. ) rf- i -
- i 'A'.r v;
eiirui tiiu m imrni t-.i . -1 .ir.i nr
for a hoe, and when desired it will hill
. V. I.KIIXIIOKK.
' To Aia Tf Hy
WHITE- i SPIRES,
llavin r.'iu Jvnd to ti ir Iw (Ht Uh
Main an.i oth i.treets, wi 1
DELIVE CO 6' FPKK
Th.it aro pur -!ied nt tii-lr'.,i.-er-. A'd: ,
(Io.hU a ohonp as ever, an 1 w -.11 not La un,f
sol i by .lnyone.
tlur Stovk eonsi-ti of tho -! br-.r.dtif
TEAS, COFFEE, SUGARS
Canned and Dried Fruits.
OYSTERS, SARDINES, SPiCES, FLCUR
TO HA CCO. WASH- Tl'Ds.
Buckets, Soap. Salt,
BACON HAMS, LARD,'
and everything kert in a Tr-H-cry t.,r V...n.
article warranted t t the be.-t -j j il. . Tlir l.iyL
est price paid in cash fi r
Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs,
BACON, HAMS, IflRO,
and all kinds of Fariueia I'r.Mlucc.
Caslipaid for Hides.
XsUr&Sj- and j k w i: i . 1: k .
AND DEALER IN
W A T C II s , C L.OC K ? ,
SILVER AND PLATED WAUL,
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
TtKMRMnrR e Ol 1 pt:md. MaliStr'et, t.
doors wet of C':ty ll(.:l. noVf.10 w tl.
C5EO. FICKI.EK. Vrop.
SOUTH OF TOWX, OX Tilt.
rock uLurrs roai.
I nm prnpar'p 1 to kill teef entt'.. ln.f. slicp
t., ior cuslomcra, on h '.t uotr.-e an 1 ut r
GIVE ME A CALL.
gv.o. im;i.i k.
-...IV." -.Tl ..-
Will he nt Johnson V Iru? Sf.rr 'lnr , t f
l.ad week in ench inonih. All order- I' ll ' "'
I'..-; illice will lie p, oniplly iilteiclt .1 l. ')W-l.
ON Til E
SOUTH WEE?1G WATER.
XX FlJllt a,o prr SACK
Bran & Shorts T'Vt per I'HilJ -.
Bran & Short.? Extra Goo.1 1 .im I per 1'" 'I' 3
Corn Meal l.'Jocts per htm-ln-1 '': ''
rXOUR EXC 1 1 ANi ED FOR W 1 1 KA 'I
Wheat and Corn ground -n Toil
tclal paitu ciH he fovc i to int't'fy nil "! "-'' '
10,000 Bushels of Wheat ar.
20.000 Bushels Corn
.Vni. E. SHELDON Avenf. -fel)19Jiwtf.
3MB W STORE!
Weeping Water, Neb.
HATS. CAPS PiOT.-.
SIIOKS. NOTIONS. Ic.
PINE AND COTTONWOOD IA'MilF.ll.
SHINGLES AND LATH.
We are AgenU f .r
Willcox &. Cibr3 Sewing Machine,
which is undoubtedly th lest Machine n.
Weep'iia Vater Nebraska.
Hoots, and Shoes.
Hats, an 1 I'M;'
Aprieult'irnl Inirlimcnt-' of nil kinds, Hwr1
VI X L" Cultivators. L'ni.-n Crn 1
(iraudutour und l'rincetou I'lows, Ac Ac , r
ntui. nil of which w e ..flcr to the I'Ubii '---
Dwift retail prieeti.
All Goods Warranted
iOur constant him will he to pel 1 so l
it will he tc tbovM:ic adviintugeol evrj t
mer in the w Hern und ceo'ral i.orti.i: ' '
c-uiity uinke this tlieir he id-iurirtc" . 'r
joir H l.LU, '-
WWidr Water. Afrdlst. 1T. . , ,
dr-Ve ire ill-"' sefifs lor Mower. j; -
and TKraihin Maciiins. r.
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