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Hats, Caps, Boots 8l Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E C.
Main tilrcet, Second Dovr Rast oj Court House. '
South Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY NEBKxSKi
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or Wood Cook Stove
J:.ve u-i a call we will not be uudorsoM Main street, one door west of the Bank,
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;ioves, Tin, Hardvare & Farming Tools ;
Fffanufacturer of Tin
IiooHnr. Guttering. Siouting and Repairing done.
Selling ' First-Class Goods and Guaranty Not to be
Undersold as I am Haying of First Hands.
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Siivvessor to Vliifc a?: Dnticry)
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
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Is c. w receiving anJ tas on Laai (at the old eland cf M'hitc Jc Caitr7'
loutli side Main st., Plattsxnouth,
Tha Largest and SVSostlGomolete
t. k .."! ,t dii:inei. Paint. rhrmiivN. Lead, Varnishes, Coal Oil. Fi.-li Oil, ?ilachine Oil
Vf-r.iML' 1 1 . Cantor Oil. N:iUtot Whale Oil. liinsi-ed Oil. Lard Oil. Oil. I,.-eutial
CJd Livt r Oil. and a larse variety f Notions, l'crfunjery, l'am-y and Toilet
Ariiclvf), Usseuccs. Jrlayotinif ExtiacLi. AUo. all the i'oiiular
V. Avers". Hall., Pcoville'sCoe'g. CI11 Utie's. Morse's. McLain's. EnVer's. Wi
: .., V akefield's. iuy Scott's, l'eriy Davis'. Ji. bark's lVtitt's. Mrs. Winslo-jr's
ir. Winchell's, llosf ettcr's. lDrake'ii. Wallace's. West's,
all others in general use. t, '
Brandies, Wines and Whiskies,
Of the best Efca and qualities, strictly for Medical purpose.
1 -r II sc. Green. Blue and Black. Analinc, Indian. Madder. Extract Logwood. Pje Woods. &C.
lu ; it.t cvtrytiiiug that is needed ia the Drug or Medicine Line.
. : iiysisiand' Prescript ons carefully "compounded and put up
ai'aii hcu:s. All Drugs warranted fresh and pure. Call
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fcest in the market.
this county for the sale ol
& Sheet Iron Ware
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A. W. PROLE.
THE GREATEST EVENT OF
. THE WAR.
Bazaine and Metz Capitulate.
IJr.ui.iN, Oct. 27.
The Kin;: telegraphs to the Quocn to
day:, "This forenoon l.iz:iine and Met7
capitulated, with orjf hundred thousand
pnsohcra. inclu'liuR twenty
thousand pick and 'wounded. The gar
rison Jaid down their arms this afternoon
This is one of the most important evants
of the war. Providence ho thanked.
Tot-as, Oct. 27.
M. Lenard. Trench ambassador to
Italy is recalled.
The early resignation of Von Ixnnhurg
minister of foreign affair?, is announced.
Uaron Gerrioke de Ilermeven, now
minister to Uelgiuni. is spoken of as
likely to succeed to the olik-e.
The newly appointed Director of Pub
lic Safety has issued a circular, addressed
to the prefects of the several depart
ments; announcing that such parties as
furni.-h provisions to the enemy willingly,
with hope of gain, are to be treated by
court martial as traitors. Gambetta has
has also notified the prefects that they
must impress upon the mayors of the va
rious towns in their departments the
imperative duty of defending even
town. Those who fail to do so will be
dismissed, and the towns themselves
The inhabitants of the departments of
the Jura Voscres have forwarded peti
tions to the authorities against the ac
ceptance of any peace based, upon the
surrender of one inch of French terri
tory. Cincinnati. October "'.,
In the National Capital Convention,
the committee appointed to memorialize
Congress were .las. Medill. of Jll., Ceo.
.1. M. Stevenvon. of Kv., lloraeeCiet ly.
V. T. liurneil, of La., "and L. Y. Reeves,
On motion an extra committee, con
sisting of one from each State and territo
ry represented, was appointed to take
charge of the whole subject, call conven
tions and employ other means as deemed
best. This committee organized . with
S. li. Ilailand President, li. V. Reaves
Secretary, and Silas Rent Treasurer.
A vote of approval of the action of Con
gress in refilling to make further ap
propritions for improvement 'in public
buildings in the lb strict of Columbia,
was unanimoticy adopted. Adjourned
New York, October 20.
Attorney Central Ackerimtn has es
tablished iiis head-quarters at the A.-tor
Ilouse. where he will remain until after
the election, to pronounce upon all ji;est
ionsof law that may arise. He, is in
structed to see that all the rights of citi
zens are re-pected. and that the authori
ty of the United States government is
maintained in all its integrity. lie was
in consultation with U. S. Senator Conk
ling yesterday, and the Senator sube
cfdcntly remarked that the determination
was to enforce the act of Congress at
all lyizrads. No doubtful! or questiona
ble power will be assumed by ollicers but
they will enforce such provisions as they
are assured they will be sustained in ex
ecuting. Tl preparations for that pur
po.-c are being perfected every day, and
there will be no luck of authority to back
up the officers. The 8th U. S. infantry
will arrive in New York haibor to-night
from Charleston. The regiment is abou
COO strong and will be reinforced by
about 400 recruit- who awaU its ai rival.
It will find quarters on one of the islands
l n j-ast river, and when the emergency
is over will proceed to the Canadian
frontier and go into winter quarters.
)ther forces of considerable strength will
fi nd it convenient to concentrate in the
vineinity of New York during the next
two weeks; and, though few people will
probably ever see them, the fact that
they are on hand will be consoling to
one parti' and w ill exercise a wholesome
influence upon the evil doers of the other.
The United States officers charged
with the dutv of exacting the laws of
Congress for the preservation of the bal
lot mean business this time, and the
government 'means to sustain them.
The Attorney-General telegraphed to
the President that matters were quiet in
this city, and that resistance on Monday
was not of a serious character. Secre
tary Robinson left this city tn Monday.
Naval forces at Brooklyn and upon the
the waters of the New Yoik harbor will
be held in readiness to sustain officers in
executina processes and enforcing the
laws. There is no backwardness any
where. Four thousand troops are to be
stationed in New York in November to
preserve peace aud enforce the ejection
A correspondent . of the Times tele
graphs the following from Versailles,
dated te "Joth : It will ben few days
yet before the Germans bombard Paris.
In an action on the lilst sixty-five bat
talions took part, supported by twelve
A dispatch from Bombay announced
that the day has been fixed by the Chi
nese for the massacre of all foreigners.
The' are making and distributing their
tools accordingly. The Consuls every
where notice an increasing hostility and
insolence among the native population.
There is much excitement among the
English and French residents.
The capitulation of letz was not
signed until Thursday night. The city
will be occupied by the Germans to-morrow.
The whole number of prisoners is
now reported at 1 73.OO0, including three
Marshals and 0. officers. One hun
dred runs were fired at Berlin yesterday,
iu honor of the surrender.
New York, Ostober 2. .
A renewal of the war between Vcn
derbilt and the Erie roads seems to be
pending. The new Erie Branch Com
pany to the suspension bridge will be
opened next month, but Van Dorbiltby
the construction of another train at the
Erie crossing has blockaded the rails j
near the suspension bridge. j
The Young Pcmocraey have repudia
ted their nomination of Fernando tVood
nd now support General Hillyer.
- . London, Oct. 28.
Heavy fighting was heard to-day near
Paris, the sound coming from the de
fenses between L:i Yillette and Mont
The Germans who occupied Yersoul
in considerable numbers have left for
Gray-sur-Soane. This movement down
the valley of the Soane is believed to be
the first step of the advance on Lyons.
The court of inquiry on the blowing up
of the citedal of Laon acquit the com
manding officer of all responsibility.
A letter from Garibaldi is published,
in which he says that heat first sympa
thized with German' when she sought to
overthrow Napoleou, but now he sympa
thises with France, because she has
made herself a republic.
Berlis, Oct. 2S.
The Iluzeiger says Germany in regain
ing Mctz, has the strongest point on the
Moselle, and must keep it.
London, Oct. 23.
Jleral.l cable cpeeial Advices from
Berlin of the 27th state that the capit
ulation of Bazaine with bis army at
Metz in conformity with an under tend
ing arrived at with the King of Prussia
it is contemplated that there will be ,
speedy return of peace.
Mr. Bceeher recently inveighed in his
strong and pointed ttyle against spit
tcrs. He said :
I pass between two gas-work wb.cn T
come to this city, but I possess tny soul
in patience and smeil on I think that
smokers are the na-liest creatures God
lets live. The snail that leaves his slime
in his track is a clean creature beside the
smoker. When I go into the cars, and
see the puddles of spit on the floor, I
feel like taking the men that made them,
like pupies. and rub their noses in them.
Go look on the side of the boat called the
''gents' side" (they do well to say 'gent.
I'm not a "gent' but a gentleman)
after two hundred have cbeweiand
squirted. I pity jlnt woman that mops.
I have thought of writing an article on
this very thing, and 1 11 do it yet. The
dirty fellows, soiling sverybody's dresses.
(I don't care, though, when they are
long!) You examine people for mem
bership on drinking. I'd like to exam
ine them on smoking. Yet with ad this,
I have set as sweet as a rose-, and let
them puff' their smoke into my very
nose; ami I have thought that if the."
knew how much I was sufTering, they'd
think I was a Christian. I saw a young
lady slap a man in the face and throw
his cigar down his throat- I wouldn't
recommend that course : but I didn't
feel very bad that time.
One day a mother asked her little boy,
as be was about going to bed, if fie
would let her hear him say his evening
prayer. Without hesitation, and with
the utmost seriousness, the little son
knelt down and prayed : "Dear Father
in Heaven, plc-ave give me a strong
stomach, that I may eat all the water
melon I want." Here was a prayer
oflerd in sincerity, not for an imaginary
but a real want. It had been no trifling
altliction to the little boy that while lie
loved watermelon better than any other
article of food, lie could only eat a liule,
while his mates devoured it to the full.
Some time after this the mother again
asked the little boy to let her hear his
evening prayer, when to her surprise, h
offered the same petition. "Do you,
my son, never pray for anything but a
strong stomach 1 " "Why, mother,"
said the little fellow, with perfect sim
plicity, "1 shall pray for that till God
attends to it."
Theory of il:iiaUcr.
It occurs to the writer that the cause
assigned in text-books for the phenoui
enon commonly called thunder, is neither
satisfactory nor correct. In substance it
is this: The electricity in passing from
one cloud to another, or to the earth,
makes a vacuum along its course ; and
what wo call thunder is the subsequent
collision of the divided atmosphere.
Ibis is perhaps true, if we aecepf it as
a statement of a result; but 1 think it
affords a partial explanation only. My
theory in regard to the phenomenon is
this : The electricity in passing from
one cloud to another or to the earth, de
composes the water iu the cloud into com
ponent gases; and the great heat of the
electriciy ignites and explodes the gases,
and re-forms them into water.
Jf ,-omething like this does int occur
if an explosion does not take place L
cannot understand why t lie mere passage
of electricity, through cloud or through
the open air, chould not be quite a.
noiseless as the passage of any solid
bodv would be through either or both
of these niediie.
The violence of the explosion depends
on the volume of electricity set free, and
the amount of water decomposed ; or if
a volume ot electricity pass through a
perfectly dry medium, there could be no
decomposition of water, and conse
quently no detonation.
And may not the fact that wc can see
electricity depends upon th-? combustion
of gases involved in the decomposition
of water in the atmosphere? Scicnt'jic
I or You, if it k its !
When a poor devil makes a leis-st p
and stumbles into that road that goes
down to misery, he generally gets to the
bottom in a surprisingly short space of
time. Then you will find these whining
old hypocrites, who praying loud and
long in the synagogue saying "God's
hand rests very heavy on brother
Smith!" When in good truth it is
only the copper toed boots and con
science of these kind.- of men, the souls
of one hundred of whom you cnuld put
in our pony's eye without, making him
wink, who have pounded and kicked
him down into the ditch, and given him
a final kick tor being down! Some of
those w hom we know of in other sections
can pull this on and have a beautiful fit.
A correspondent of a leading fashion
journal in commenting upon the current
fashions for ladies, says that girls of 14
to 18 years of age should be warned
against destroying tlieir own hair for all
the future, by wearing the masses of
false hair now in vogue. If it has been
kept ,-hort, as it should be until they are
12 years old, it wi.l be .lust the right
length to braid and wear flowing; if it be
too long for that, let them braid it loose
ly and tie at the top with ribbons, so as
to form braided loops, but let them on
no account mount a heavy chignon.
An exchange says a lazy boy will make
a lazy man as sure as a crooked sapling
will make a crooked tree Whoever saw
a boy grow up in idleness that did not
make a shiftless vagabond when he be
came a man. unless lie had a fortune to
keep up appearances? The mass of
thieves, criminals, and paupers have
qome to what they have by being brought
up in idleness. Those who constitute
the business part of the community
who make our great and useful men
were taguht in their boyhood to be-industrious.
Boy take that pipe out of
your mouth and think of this.
Josh Billings says that he shall let
loose about the first of No'vembcr, 1S70,
"Josh BUlings Farmers' AIniinax for
1S71. No family that keeps a two hoss
carriage should be without this Alminax,
Azanshunt Knower, phull of phaith, let
slip the pure and innocent duv from his
Ark, so do i let slip this Alminax, and
hope it won't come back. To the weary
wanderer this Alminax will be a guide
board, showing the nearest cut to the
next town, and to tire sorry a sjia foun
tain of gimnastie delight. This Alminax
gives the biography, ctimology, syntax,
and prosody ov buss, beasts, and little
codfishes, and tells us with the fondness
ov a step parent the right time to trade
oph a dog. ' '
Lincoln, the new capita! of Nebraska,
contained only, three houses in 1S67.
A lawyer at Torre Haute lately went
to an editor's office to cane him. The
doctors have dug three bullets out of his
frame, and say there is Another one that
they can't find; which will probably kill
J. D. SIMPSON.
J. D SOSPSOiV & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
I Agents of the Omaha &
Ws arc now occupyhis the mora fo? mor'y
Forwarding aud Commission 1 n si noss,
Ware li ;i:e an.iehej,
All 0O'.i-( si v.t i:i onr cive will rce"ive
aaJ coui3 tliv.ino'l fer Ali!a:..', Iue-uii), s:i'l lii
f v- -v 4- -V v- v- v
H RN RV K()KCK
L Z '. LET. ;N
PUH:i I T II R E,
LGUftGcS, SAFES, TA0LE3,
oriM. iiErB:"'n 's and at all j
MetrJic Burial Cases,
OF AlrL. STZE3.
YO i KN COFFINS
Ready Mzdo, and So!J Cheap for Cash.
'WITH many thnnli.s for part pitronr.se. I
invitealltu call an.l exatn.iie lay I..rK." :"e'i I
of Furniture a:i l t.'j'lin--. Ijan-tf. j
Anil 'iea'.er in all kin i.-5 ol
Furniture and ohaxs.
Rep.iir;r.srd Varri Vin l'.ratly il'.r.c.
Ci Funerals attci: l- I the s-liorttv notice.
STAR MA LiKEr.
THE UNDEKSlviXLl liAVli OPKXIiU A
Oa Main Street, l'lat'smoiith. -vh"rc they pro
po&c to keep on baud the vt:y
ix TAi-iir. .-.i:ason
lIIGilKSi i'Ul'T: paid Fun
Call nnd yr- u.
aus-"JdJtwtf. il AL'. !1 A A.V.
'Don't Bcddsr Korrison"
Fcr He is Tgo Bzsy Waiting
'ffiORRisorrs :sh oo fly,'
One Door Ea-t of th-: Court IIoilsc is the pjaee
t'j cot ail kiiel- of
DF"iejs23. tvb eats,
lie has f.ttcd up the finest Market in the State
and keeps no him? hut the best of
Meats. ?.i(ats delivered iu any
. Quantities m special
llish-t rriceo Paid 'for
Dou't rorzet the Place,
:1 3 rriso.n's 4iShco Fly.;'
J. W- PEA UMAX.
AM Ui.AI.l-.I. !. i'-
Fruit Trees, V.nss &, Plan 1
Jil V ijXVUT JCVJt. Ll Li k
3DCC1 ClOHS SITS03
Nursery, ba'f a laili: tou:h,L 'url IIou.:c
brnfka Citj1. Ntlska.
;un Vdiivly. '
-ps.sAYFOK yoVn:v. men. on the d-' Sunday Sclicol EriissicNary.
Vj lighted lloiue. and the r.ety or mioro- , f.)r Xe'uaika and Socthwe-Hrn Iowa. Attends
jiriety of cettiw .a -n -.i. v. ;t.. sac-.ta-y tic-.p (iJ tj.jj.ipg a id sar-i'lyim? Snnday schouls.
tor those who feel omitted 'or iu.it rt raoaim hap- ; i..- ori ..;.ie. ,.aj piics can Mti woacy ins :
I tiin(. Sent free ii ea'i d eaveopos. Adi.ress , or !0i i:S-l Order,, .iddres
lloV. Altl) ASOTATION. r-.x I. Phi'.a.l..!- VT ' 1 " ,n L '"VV wnm.I'I!
A. LA.ES BT.
St. Louis 0" Line Fackels
ocou !! i y I'.. T. Duki i Co.. ;mj uvc -
v.o ca.i f:i;iii.,'a nil the storage wanted.
Kiue Ilivi i-, will !cfiir-.var! cl without iciny.
V M $
ri'i'aiv'i -..-i i .i;.ee.l in thr-as!i r:i!itu:i murr.
lij.;.ii. i t.-!i. U ui' Wheat w.iiile.l iinnif li.iiely
fer vii:e ii th-j h;riiivt market price wiil he nai I
Mendlcr & Wiiceland.
KOHWKll & SIKH.
c''p I'on.-faa'.iy cn !i:i:i.l th hest ljr:t o
Weoifcisi Water 51131
r;ir:mr. en whi-re you can get the le.-t I"!;;ur
tint the nn. of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
i'i rofsns jf Kit a1:;
;:vcn in exchnpe fcr pood y ei "
We are al.so iloiiir rris , ami. with mr
rvre.-iM- I facil:t ie--. leel as.-ured that we crni ivt
iiio uL-it aii'l iuo.jt Flour of any in the tate.
Produce Bought and Sold,
HtO:i!'..-JT HARKET PAII.
Jteetl .t Clinton
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n tiV.rrU) Villi ri UU i v
SOUTH WAT EH.
DSX At $2.50 per sad
5. rS.:iLi ',,() per SACK
tiUi; JL !ii:rts TGot.s. per irJ lb.
Hiua k :-fhort, Extra Good. Sl 00 per W)
Coru M -al Sl '23 per hundred pouu-N.
- LOUR Exchanged for
Wheal as usual.
tVLeatuiid Corn erounl un Toil
t : ' : io'.'I I', t'ik'n to tatiifu nil trim ru.11.
10,009 Bushels of Wheat and
20 000 Bushels Corn
V. E. iSIIELIjO-N". Agent.
Sf Yois Want ar
GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES,
He has on hard the
Ever l:rou'ht V.'e.-t of the ?Itsonri. lie can
tnHkf.a ii.-.. d suit and V.'AltliAXT IT l
gin- tood s.-iri-factioii. ' (letl lliu
F.3.-ABLliHi:D IN I'm,!.
WA Tr S3 E , C LOCKS,
-I Cp-TT r 1
silver' axi plated waue.
! VJ0LIX .STRINGS AND
j . FANCY Ct'ODS.
V.'a tclie. Cli !;3:iud Jewelry repaired neatly
i inv-iViZ'i,i.iiio natte vney iinus.
I SI;: i n .m reet. uov. Iu w U'.
. -il-ElCAN SUNDAY SCIIO -)U UMUA,
ThG Burlington & IVlo. Rive.'
K. R. Co. in Nebraska
i T l!eir T mN Haifo . T. . ?. IO. IJ,
, IJ. i:t, a I I i. l.:i-t nl tin i lli riin ruiiil
i Mi l i l;;ti. in NiliH.-l;a,
On Ten Years Credit '
Only t:'r 'vr.f . i'i I rri'st o:i ln v.'ilnntion iq
rr.iuii-f.t I -r tin- !ii.-t j car : the s.iii;n tnr th J
sci ou l, ft i: I then, f.i :n 1 ttrtiT Ui" liiir l year,
niily inn- ninth of tin' ii ir.i-ij nl mi l Ji.-rrensii
interc-l i r pnj al ii- annually.
I twenty per cfnt will ee deducted
Irt'n nurlPtt i r:.;(. nnnt tTioc, !i! t.. dMion
til'the l.nycr. it lie I'.iy- in Im!. un 1 i-. u ti r ti lit.
in tcrot it il i n one yen r In i;i .late n je. i-eh ao -
ti'l h is pre-uii't ion yny ii.i.-ni n ill li nil. wet I i
On thcGO Generous Terms
At low p-i. (.-. rii-i-iriT frnin 9 I to V. fi;'.. ttr,
fcs,!. !;. Nil. sl ". .re., in er.i.!i(f nhioii
KlCil i' iiol.I.AK.S I'i'.U ACIU:, u. per .lUHhly
iinJ local miviiiilatc-'.
A!innl pro!uctiiiK wiiS
l?ny "or ,nn!, .vioi2;i jjj;'
it. H!S3t' fjiiprove
fij'Hts .13 !u8i Tilliin
Ihc !iant ol"(li' Tch
Facts to be Considered-
! a-. it. I!. U. l.ainls ? , i a-ii i.-. I
f i xin li.iyi ar ' i cilit it ' pi r ecu t., !.
Hii'l m!l cnt. in a-y annual pay- f
100111.-1. the total sum o! j l.ill IJ
Aii'l hin .ii ic el Si Iioi.I l. iml-i. at 7 I
the linvot pi ice. ainl In-iitieiii !-
e iil ataiietion lor H. IO an-i I'i
ilollari. naiio yeai.', at ttn pi Trent. I
iitr-t, -t I J.-IO u
Makii-T a ilifT.-rcnce in favor of Kail
liruail 1. 1 ni I of )
S J17 n.i
l!.it foriil.iir cimii :m-on the average piieoa".
whi'-h ScIum I l.atnU h.iv e ln cii oll, s-hoiil l Im
I'onipare I with the :ivcrat;i) prico of nur llail
'l ake forcxaiple the nvrinn Jirien nf S10 5I
per nore, at w'nieh the .Mate x-liool l.ali'ls havi
lireti ,-nlil, as per report ii S;ate Ati'liP'ras l.uii l
'inn in i-sioncr ot' 1 lie Stat lor tho ti.-eal yni1
rn lic- Nov. -nth, l'-'i'.'. r'li'i 1 ' ;i'Tt-f eo-ts al thi ;
erii e in ten years at tin per cent, interest th i
total fliin of. !,v'yJ
n; t from 1 1. i -i til-.: total cuvt of 10f)
B-re of I!. il- M. il. 11. hau ls, at our
B erai;e l.oicr t reilit price uf i'. 11.1
pr-r acre, oa 1 i ; cars cre lit ut 0 per
cent, interest VI. S-,-'J ti
4tel the ilitiricin e on a 'iiiartcr sec
tion Hi f-ivor of Itailroa l l.an.l s is... 51.1'!!'
'i'l. is coir.pai ison i- not tna.le to prove that t-.o
?ihool l. unl.- have lieen so 1 too liili. hut to
irove. that the law ol t h is State has been rat ititvl
by ii.-tii ll iiti 1 Diiiueroiis .-ales at auction, ov
.he m -.ni in :i in frtft! ji.rt,f. vi : Seven .k-lijr-i j, ,
icrr : at-.l th average valualion of tho I!. A- .M.
K. 11. J.an '.s is r.ititic l hy tho same intelligent
m l jiracii' al ver li( t.
Kaiiroail l.aiuls liavn nnottier iil ntat-o in
he fact, that v(iiiyi rcau choose out ofeiyktom
iiectioiis in a 'l'ow li-liip. instcul ol ij'jiii:jei.n!;ccj
4o only two School sei-tions.
Our I.imi;1 or Ten Yeats Credit prie s rnnj;(i
fn.tn I to .". f., 7. H. !. II :1!i l - dollar
generally, and aver.ie lO.tfO pi-racre.
Appl ieatiei:-' P r land ca a lie made to :
Fl (.Li-.!:. v i i.i.si i:.v r.A itit.at A.'hiand. Nci
5. J. IIUNVI.LL, al Wtcpins 'iVii:er, t';i.-s
V. C. I TLKV. at Xurci v Hill. Otoe C..Nc!i.
C Ki.l., CAI.IK.H'.N a CKUXTU.N. atN-br.i-ka
B. it. M . it. U.CO.s ANI OFFICJ:. ut Lin
coln. N I..
nr ut 11. R. LANI OFrTCK in I'latmo-atii.
, 'jHI. .s. MAUltLS .
Land Cimi.-sioner 13. Sl .i K li.
August, 'JnU. ls7J
River I J;s i 3 R u f ,
Iu connection with tLe
Chicaj,, Ilu)iuijU,n d- Quinn R. A
Olfs-r tothc j.eoj.lool Plattsmoulh, nr:d all tbj
1'iirtiou cd Ncl.raska Iyini?
J-OUTnif OF THE PLATTE.
the most diief-f. n:i l !!ie hf.t Ilout" ti the ".,,.
tern. ,-out!i Eastern, and Northern Stat.
1 .r sci.-i rs ilei: ;, -!-, travel I.l ui ion-! v .-iioa! t
taAi- tne Allan: ie Lspresi. which ruru throii.i
to hicaKi wilnout chaise fit" Car--. ci.iM ih d
wtthclepi.t Day Coa.-hps, PuHinar.s Paiic
1'iiy er.d ."jiecpi.1! CoaeLt -", ai.d
Pullman's Dining Cars.
In addition to thefact that this is tiic dr.-t
route !.y wtiieh time may he saved in roach in'
sny point in i!,e Eastern or Middle Slates, it n '
tnii htuity he aid that it i...sse..se.. tae trc
a.id the finest cfiuipm. tn oi any We.-it-ra Line
ensui lliu to the pa; cnger '
Speed, S tft ty and Comfort.
Kate., always as LDV ns the LOWEST Pi .
gat,''.' checked throneb to anv jioint Ea-f
i ,. ft K- J'l-INS, ;,'. pt
A. L. 10LCAL1N. ticii. Pa.s.-eii(.-( r Ar-t.t,
in til'.ili; wvtf.
. F. JOHNSON,
T A T 5 c x i: IS
Perfumeries, Hair 01
Prescriptions carefully cotiipoutil.
Ierieneed DruKtrist.. ?
Keineiuher the plce. opposite Cl
laer i. Plattmoutb. Nebraska. I
Tcotie, Hanna L'
Diaft drawn on ell part of!
and Eur.ipo. I'ep -j:s recci-.t
teation fc-ivca to collection.-!
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tta..uih. yfwh Ct.lS- wtf
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