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THURSDAY, AIT.IL SO. 1871
Ait Oil I 11 SiKAW.
Straws are constantly lcinp whirled in
night hy tlio impeachment wiivl which
phow where the thing comes from, at
least whenj one of the strong currents
come from. The Line-tin Journal has a
good sized straw which s:iys tl.nt on the
luornim? on which the vote was to have
hcen taken, a member cf the legislature
from Omaha, was overheard to chuckle
to another that he "guessed lota in
Lincoln would not le quite so high in
a month from thaf date ;" and the same
paper charges that Lstabrook said to
Myres that "we can't convict Butkr
bnt we meat kill the d d town," These
straws show what some men's ideas of
There is a strong effort beins made to
drag the impeachment matter into the
Constitutional Convention. This U all
wrong, and no man who cares a fig for
the welfare of the State will attempt
any such foolish thing. Whatever dif
ferent parties may think of the guilt or
innocence of Governor Uutler and
there ii a diversity of opinion cn this
question they should bo wiring to al
low it to be settled on the evidence, and
not attempt to drag it into the Co:isti
tutional Convention. We believe there
is "more noi.-e than wool" about this
matter, however; for we have yet to
find a single man, either friend or 1'oc of
Butler's who favors dragging this mat
ter into the convention. A vast amount
of capital is sought to be mado on asser
tions relative to this matter, but there
seems to be but littla cause for fearing
this great bug buar. Our O'raha neigh
bors are fearfully exorcise! about it (as
they are about anything in connection
with the "dead" Gov.), and we find the
lcinocracy in every locality in mortal fear
of this dire calamity and why? They
fear (?) it because they think they see
an opportunity for dividing the Republi
can party an J allowing a few of thi po
litical stripe to step into ofiice. IhsxiMy
the Republicans of Nebraska can be
wheedled into a quarrel among them
selves on this subject, and thus put
the Democracy in power ; but we think
their experience during tha past year on
'"mixed" arrangements has had a tolera
bly healthy influence on them, "But
none but Rf.pchi.icans on guard." Let
n man dare to drag any question into
the Constitutional Convention except
such as belong there, and let no man
dare to drag in accusations before the
people that are calculated to distrac t tho
Republican party. We hope our Omaha
fiiends will discover that they are fright
ened at a shadow, and will put a stop to
their useless harangue about packing a
convention in opposition to Gov. Butler.
c:x. livixgktox itEMovra.
The Omaha papers of this morniag
contain the following telegram :
Washington, April 12. Tho f .IIott
ing nominalions were sent to the Senate:
J. 0- Dickinson, United States Marshal,
Arizona Territory : H. C. Cunningham,
Surveyor Genera! for the District of .Ne
braska and Iowa.
This comes i.i the regular Associated
Brea reports, and we see no rcaou to
doubt its correctness The policy of re
moving such a man as Gm. Livingston
from olEce f Lr no other reason than be
cause he sees proper to exercise the
privilege of an American citizen in sup
porting the man of his choice for office,
is one which is calculated to make men
greater knaves in politics. The Sur
veyor Generals office, under Gen. Liv
ingston's administration, has assumed
rank as the best conducted office in the
nation. There is no charge of either in
competence or fraudulent practices in
fact the head of the Department passed
the personal compliment on Gen Liv
ingston of saying that his was the best
conducted Surveyor General's office in
tho United States. In view of this fact,
wo say the general plan of removing
men from oihVo Lea use they ex
pressed an honest choice between
different aspirants for office is calculated
to make political knaves of men who
would prefer to bo honest anJ why
Simply because a premium i offered for j
men to go for the man tnat 1 likely to j
ain. whether lie is the honest choice t f
a man or not. So far as Mr. Cunning
ham is concerned, we believe he, lIso,
will make an excellent officer; but he
can make no better than Oen. Living
ston has. The enemies of Gen Living
ston may grin anl gloat over his re
moval, but wo defy one of them to point
to .a sir.glo official act of his during his
term that has not bcin in strict accord
ance with the requirements of justice
and manhood. Gen. Livingston wilj
learo the office with the consclou ness of
hating done his whole duty as a man
and an officer, and that he is removed
for the reason that lie dared to maintain
his manhood during the recent Senatorial
contest. We do not speak in this man
ner with the purpose of censuring those
who may have been instrumental in se
curing his removal, but with tho sole
viow.of cutering our protest agaiut the
general plan of removing men from office
because they have acted their honest
sentiments in the choke of applicants
for high position. It is ruinous to the
principles of true government, and the
sooner it checked the letter. Tt is said
that ,: to tha victors belong the spoils,"
and to some extent we admit the truth
of that saying ; but we bclievo it should
enly bo applied to a victory in come
principle of government, and not simply
to a personal victory within a party.
Rut we have said more than we intend
ed on this subject we ouly desire to give
the item of news, and allow each one to
form his own opiuiou of whether it is
good or bad.
It is said that Mr. Greeley is no ad
dicted to agriculture that whenever he is
nked a question ho invariably .sajs
'"hay." before ho answers to any rcat
I . :: '. ;i i . ! i. casks.
I Tl.o fallowing criminal cases hive
i l i. i l it i - c .1 .
ween ileal a uiiu uir-puMU ui rmcu me:
conimeri'.-eracnt of court in this tit' :
Wm. Sibbly, arrested for stealing 1.
D. Andius' horse a few weeks ago, some
tan m les west of this city, was arraigned
and plead guilty, lie was sent to the
peoiteniiary for one year. His youthful i
appoarancc caused His Honor to be j
Thomas Roberts, charged with stealing
boots, three or four months ago, from
O'Brien, plead guify anl was sent to the
county j:iil for ten days, he having been
in jail awaiting trial some three nionth.
Henry Miker. charged with ste:i:i:g a
smith's anvil, plead guilty. lie was
sent to j.iil for ten day, and has been in
jail some five mot.ths awaitirg trial.
Jl l'GK LAKE, IT.KSIDIXO.
Cases heard and disposed of yctterday,
April 12th, lTl :
Jns. ONeil, Thomas B. Gordon and
R. B Townsend vs. James Maishall, D.
Maishall and David Reebc Continued.
J. T. A. Hoover, A Jminsitiator of
e.-tatc of Jocj h Deitrkh, deceased, and
Fi cdi-iick Buh vs. Thomas Smith,
Mary S:ni:h and Lawrence Smith Jury
waived trial to the court, and found due
$72. Ju lrictit for that sum and costs
ag-iin-t defendant, John Lambert.
John iramer ana II. lv lliii vs.
Sanford P,,ttingcrcf rt O i motion leave
given to withdraw the answer of Sanford
I'entincer. Answer withdrawn.
Wiiiiaia II. II. Eaton vs. John Nash
FioicnceSniith vs. The B. cc M. R. R.
It. Co. in Nftlraska Verdict of $7ul. Z J
in favor of the appellant. Judgment on
A. B. Smith vs. the B. & M. It. R. R.
Co. in Nebraka Verdict in favor of the
npycllant judgmeni on verdict.
Orenrolis Town Company vs. The B.
Si M. R. R. R. Co. in Nebraska Verdict
in favor of the phiiitiiF in tli3 sum cf
Augustus R. Ran- vs. "William K.
t'onclan' ()n motion continued v.t tho
co.-is of deftn laaf, to include co.-ts el
K. K. Vw)olsey vs. Cass County Set
tled and dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
Ruth 8:ui:h, by her next friend, vs.
Purley Smith Order of dimUsid va
cated a;i i case act down for fuither l i o
ecedins. Johii C. .McI..toh vs. Newell R.
V'hitmy e' nl Continued.
Uort:n & Jt'iiks vs. George Fleming
J. F. Terrclerry vs. II. E. Hills
L. D. Ccunett vs. J. F. Stull De
fault. Jolm S. Parly vs. Samuel McMahon
And II. R. MeCunc Continued on mo
lion of Plaintiff for service.
White & Spires vs. E. R. Murphy
Judgment in favor of Plaintiffs for $2ZG
an 1 costs.
D. W. Lewis & Co. vs. C. E. Forgy
Default, .lury waived by Plaintiffs.
Damages a?'ssed by Court to $"2 'J-l.
Judgment for that amount and costs
Order for sale of property under median
J. A. Rrown vs. A. W, Prolo cf al
Default. Judgment, $.'.2. 10 and cots.
George Shrader vs. dosep-h Ilautz
Motion to dismiss petition in eircr for
want of undertaking. Motion overruled
at Dt fendamt's costs. Petitior in error
heard. Judgment reversed at the co.-ts
of Defendant in error.
George Jennings ct al vs. W. E. Shel
don it al Receiver's report recordtd.
Sheriff ordered to take possession of
The foliewing cases were heard and
deposed of yesterday, April IHth, 1S71 :
St-lia Waumsley vs. John A IIjII and
Jesse Crook Heard and issues found
in favor of the defendants. Rill dis
missed at the cot3 of the complainants.
Alice Toomey, by her next friend, vs.
Mary E. Taylor Parties appeared by
Attorneys. Ry agreement of the par
tics, the defendant has leave to Gle an
answer in ninety days, and tl e case was
William Stevens vs. Henry A. Pettit
Jury waived trial to the Court
roart rzt 0f rr0nerty in the d
fenant, anJ his daiunses asspcscd at
$10. Judgment in favor of the defend
ant and against the plaintilT for the $10
Tuttle, Thompson and Wetmore vs.
William Stadclmann Motion to sup
press depositions sustained. Continued"
on motion of plaintiffs at their costs.
Leave given to withdraw plaintiffs depo
sitions from files.
Arnold Heirs vs. 13. fc M. 1. R. R.
Co- in JSehraska Verdict iu favor of
the plaintiffs for $ 1ST. 50.
Jame3 Sweet anl lloliin 31. Rolfe,
partners under the firm name of James
Sweet & Co. vs. A. J. Wadsworth, Da
id Kvere.t, Y. A. White, partner? un
der the firm name of Wadsworth & Ev
erest, Joel N. Converse, J. N. Converse
& Co Icmurer of J. N. Converse &
Co. and Joel N. Converse sustained.
F. A. White's demurer overruled.
IiCave given to F. A. White to answer
within sixty days. To the ruling of tlu
Court on the demurers tho plaintiff ex
cepted. Action dismissed as to J. N.
Converse it Co. and Joel N. Converse,
snd judgment in their favor for cots.
Ca.es heard and disposed of yesterday,
April 14th, 1ST1 :
S. N. Forterfeld and John S. Bald
win vs. Elias Sage Verdict in favor of
the plaintiffs for 5l0. Judgment on
Loreitg Si Weightman vs. Prole Si
Yeats A. W. lVolo appeared in open
court and coiiCssel judgn cnt on the
plaintiffs' cause of action for $33l03 and
costs J udgc-mcnt accordingly.
It seems to us that the "Little Church
Round the Corner" business is about
played out. The Eastern papers are
lull of it, and the amount of bad poetry
that has been written on the suhject is
awful to contemplate.
'.Mi i vit'.n r.iziyi s.ti s.
Cot.Ncn. CuAMiiEit, April 1:2, "71.
Council met in regular session. Pres
ent The Mayor, Aldermen J. IT. But
tery, K. T. Duke, John Eihart, J. W.
Shannon, John Fitzgerald, and City
Clerk and .Marsha!.
Tho journal of last meeting was read,
and upon motion approved.
The bund of Ross II. Vanatta fr
j ;:00.0.), as City Clerk, was read, and
j PI1 mtiiiti was accepted and ordered to
pace(l on file.
j on j c,f Win. L. llobbs, for ten
j tafuan( dollars, as City Treasurer, read
and upon motion accepted and ordered
to be placed on file.
Wm. L- Ilobbs then appeared and
tot.k t':e oath of offi -e as City Treasurer.
V alter J. White whs then nominated
Street Commissioner, and on motion
wa declare J duly elected to sai l office.
J. II. Ruttery was nominated Presi
dent of the City Council, and on motion
was declared duly elected.
ie special committee appointed to;
urc rooms for use of Council, re-
jd that thev had procured roon s
White & Duttery, at $23.00 per ;
On motion tha renort was received
and committee discharged.
Tim in r.f cni.J rrAin wn tl;pn rpnd
in hearing of the Council, and on motion
received and apprcved.
The Committee cn HL'hwi.ys anl
Rridecs was instructed to procure him-
ucr ana suen material as iney may ueeni
will li noM?arv to renair the bridge on
Elm and Twelfth streets.
On motion the City Engineer was re
quested to give bond for $")'. 00.
On motion of Alderman Shannon, the
Mayor was requested to give bond for
ten thousand dollars. Motion carried.
The Rond wa then read, and on mo
tion received ar.d aj 'proved and ordered
to be placed on lile.
The following accounts were read and
Phelps Payne, Registrar, ." days, SI". 00
R. H. Vanatta, " " l.r.n0
Wm. L. Wells, " " 15.w
I), (jraves, -for moving ofliee, !.
E. T. Shamp, Judce of Election, 2.0-1
(J. W. Eairfield, " " 2.00
John Way-man, Cletk of " 1.0"
The Committee on High Ways and
Bridges was instructed to sec the con
tractors that are graling Oak street and
enter ir.to an agreement with them :o
tini-di said grading if practicable.
The bill of M. R. Murphy for C"."
was real, and on motion referred to
Finance committee to report at next
On motion thi City Clerk was ordered
to furnidi the Daily Piatt.-mouth Her
ald with the proceedings of the differ
ent meetings cf tho Council.
On motioa Council adjourned to meet
on Wedncadav, April 10:h, Ls71,at7
P. M. M. L. WHITE, Mayor.
R. II. Vanatta, City Clerk.
FRANK ALBEE'S B KD,
Piattsmauth Crass and Siring
13 zV 1ST XX
Frank F. Albce. l-f Vi.din an I couilactur
V. Al. Hew, -2 i.
A- Ilt.- r.". 'A" c i'M!i-t.
Kr.tnk (.'h-ini'i-'n. Al'-.
Ai"X T'l'lSe'lWall'-IllxT?. l)'l-Sc-.
Will !nri!ih Ura-s aiid ."-irin muic 't Diills.
X i - - 7 1 1---. A p.
Term.-' reaon.i! Address.
I'iiANK F. Ai.kkk Leader.
A GOOD GHAEICS
GOOD BARGAIN I
Il.ivin!! romrdrtod the platting nnd roponlina
of iii-( iL K k's 1 Addition to the City of l'iiitts
mouth. I am n nr prepared to
in tho Additinn at rc.tonalde rate3. Term' are
one hull" ca.-!i d'.vn; the ntht-r half puyy'ilcj
one yenr. at ten p-r cnt. intcrt'st pi-r ; inu-n
fr'.im tlate of purviiss.-'e until paid. To be secured
by mortgage uu tiie proi-orty.
Donation to Churches.
I will j-ivc to the following religious denotn
nations, viz :
To the li.:pi.-t Church. l.,t 12 in block 27 :
To the Conirrrfr.-jtion:tl CJuir-.-h. lot JU in block 2s;
To the Met!... li.-t Church. In 1 in block 12;
To the Cmholic Church, lot r in block Ml:
To the K.i.-cop:il Church, lot 12 ill block 10:
To the Prcs!.yt ri-m Church, lot 1 in block 21.
To the Christian Church lot 12 in block ;" ;
To the Lutheran Church lot 1 in hjork i!;
n my Add i I '.on to the City of Pi. -it Ninon th, lirf,n
the following condition.-', viz: Th;it they shiitl
erect on siiid lots, as iibovp donntcd, n suitub''
buildinjr for pu'olic worship, within live yenr.
from this d itc ; and. in case of lailurc on the
part of said Church or Churches to comply with
above condition, then nnd in that case tho
let or lots shall revert to me.
Dcr.aticn to Public Schools.
I hereby donate for the use of I'u'dic Distri
Schools. Lot 10 in Flock . on the north side of
Main street, mid Lot l'J in Iiloek 22. on the south
side of Main street, in my addition to the Ciry
1 1'laltMuouth. S. DUKE.
5,CG0 Acres of Land for Sals
in this county. Also, Houses and Lots iu this
eity. nt low prices.
Particular attention eiven to the Fuyins nna
sc'lir.K of real ci-tate. e.a::i iaiu til'es. and pay
ins taxes for uon-rtsidenis. S. IH'iviJ.
Real U.-tute Asen,
Lot fo? Ten Dollars.
I will sell to parties desirous of buildin? and
improving, any of the lots in the subjoined list
in my addition to Piatt mouth, at ten dollars
per lot, under the fol (owinjr eon lit tons, viz:
The person purchusii K will be required to
build on the lot purchased a dwelling house of
the followini; dimensions, to-wit: The house
to be not less than 1 1x24 feer. with story not
lower than S feet. The frame must be pood and
substantial: house well shinet.,; found itien
cither of hi i-k or stone. There luu.-t bta kitch
en, of not less than 10x11. 13u:I dins must be
completed on or before January" 1st. l.VTd. Will
give a bond f r a deed to the party who buys a
soon as purchase is made. and upon complying
with the-abovc conditions, will fc'ive a good and
su'iiciei't Warranty leed.
selections may be made fi om the accompany
Lots o and 8 in block .1 : Lot S in I lock 4 : Lot
1 in block 12: Lot H in block IS; Lot 12 in
block '20; Lots 2. it and 14 in block 21 ; Lot S in
block 22; Lots 2 and H in block 2'!: Lots 5 nnd
11 in block 2i: Lot 5 in block 27 ' Lots l.i and 17
in block 2- ; Luu -1 audi iu block 2y; Lot 2 ia
Plnttsmonth. Au?.20tf. OlT.c in Court House
ECTTE3T t LAZESBY, props.
UVERY SALE & EXCHANGE .
S-Tue btst of Horses and Bufrattcson haaJ."SJ
Coruer Vine aud Fourth streets.
Vlio It-sale Dealer? in
WINKS' LIQUORS AND BRANDIKS
Best quaiity of Cigars and Tobacco always cn
All orders promptly attended to.
AIN STREET, ONE DOOP. WEST OF 1 HE RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE
K. T. ItVKK
E. n. WHEELER.
E. T. DUKE & . CO.,
H ARPW t rid
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SM if M W
: IsCSLjEVk:1 JB"te.2
.IT FOOT OF .V17.V STREET,
AVI cli-f.tlc A XtctaLl T'eilcr-s ia
Hardware & Cutlery, Stoves,
IRON. STEEL N A LS AND
Blacksmith To3:s, &r.
Keep on hand a Largo Stock of
BUCK'S r.l TEA'T.
L O r.7 L COOK
And other first class Cooking
All kinds of Heating Sieves-
Coil or Wood kept on b:iad.
JOR WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stirin and -Creaking PIov.s
At ITot Cos; for Cash.
Our 1 riecj are bs low bs any !i.'iuc in i!io
XOTir-KS OF "UK rr.Fsi.
The :.:: 1 rif.-. -paper ot our c nin'ry. Ci m-pk-tc
in ;i!l the department? (,t .American
Family Paper. Harper's Weekly lias earned tor
iisell'a riht to its t i; k " A Journal ol civila
tion." V-c J'or.- SrnttHtr Vjs'.
11111 i - li I Wil
na-i - PN'i "n rti i t,r-n ittu A..-f"-! ' ' i n i . n rv pk,x v
The br-t publication of i's class in Ameri.-n,
nni.ii fr.r ahead .t all other weekly joart;!s ASSETS
as not to permit ofany eouiparisou betueen it
and iiy of th ir number, lis cohirjr.s contain ' Firn Mori -nT on Ileal Lstnte ;
the finest collection of readir.tr niiiuer th it are ' ("nited St-ites"fi- 'u Uonds
printed- It iiiu-trafi oi.-are nnnier ois (:,? I (tt:;,wa. 111.. Ilon-N. 1 T cr cel.; i; c...
beuutitL.1. belli-: tunii.-rieu by tiio chief arti.it cl th (Ht.-wa ill bo:,.isbi pe: ct lie-,
the country . iW.m 2V,-,.',-r V-"h n Land.in b.u.U A i;i hand A?ts.
liarpers i-exly is the best and uiost interest- JjiUs Kcceivable for Ca.-h I'reniiuins
ins illti-traied newspaper. ror d:cs its value ! m) farm Hi-ks
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varie i, lusirucuve. entertaiiili:;;, ana utitictp
tionablc. A. 1'. Sun.
S UU CMP TIOSS.l S71.
Harper's V.'cckly. or.o yf.tr c?
An extra copy ol -i;!,-r the .Vaam.e. W ( k T '
or iiaar, w ill be .-uj Hed ci.'.tis t'-r e.-ciy el.Ji
tor live siibsci i la-r- at : i i.':'i-a -!i, in i-r.e r.-!nit-i
tantre ; r, six copies for i- J t, without w:a I
Sitbsf-riptiors to N.-trper r-I.ifi:i. V,"i-k!y !
or Ilaiar. to one a I Ires- for one year. .:i 1 : '
or, tw o of 1 i ai e. Pcrioiii. als, to o!;C a.idrt .-s
for the ye ir. ;T i-i.
Pack iiuni- cis can be snpi iie.l at any time.
The amiTta 1 volio i.s i t J! a rpcrs vi"-!ily. i:
cloth bin. liior. n iil be sent by i:;irr'. tree of
c-xpeti.-e. for c7 L-o ea.-h. A c;iia,.ete set. c.nn
prisini; f'.ariccn volumes. s-nt on -ec i t of
cash it' the rate of;" per Vt!.. freijrhi at tiie
exiien v of purchaser. Volume XIV. ready Jan
uary 1st. 1 S7 I .
Til -1 i.staijc on ll.npi r's AVeekly is C cents a
year, which must be iaid at the subscriber's
post . U:ce.
FEED, SALE AND
P la Us m a it tit, Nebraska .
I am prepared to accommodate the public wi'h
Horses, C.nri.'.e' s. Luetics and a Xo. 1 Ilearsi!
oi. short notice and reasonable trui. A Hack
will run. to.t he st cam hi .at landing, and to all part
ofihecity when desired.
January 1. 171 dAwtr.
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Gas and Steam Fittinps. Wrousrht Iron l'ipe,
Foree nnd Tift Pumps, Steam tiuuecs, alance
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings,
furnithcJ on short notice,
Repajredon short notice. ,jg!'tl
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(iriind l)cTnur lirt ak im? I'low,
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T !. ro-i .- !i i il 2 Al rn-1 . i n r s.
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Of licst kind nnd ou:t!i:o--. I'.iil ..; : ;id-
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O V CHICAGO.
Statement, January 1, 1871.
Capital .t,ick Sui -; -. i!.. d -y, -l.vn.
Capital Mock l'a. i up -
1: 1,' I-1
l ; v, ,.i7
Loans on Collaterals
Lor.- s on C.ii i
All o Jn r properly.
I.EOKAttn Fin:iT. Pre-i dept.
Isa ac II. ill:i;;x. V ice-P.- es'-h-nt
W. H. V. Ci sum in. I r .-.surer.
AVj:. .-. ( i.i.!it:i.r.. -.-.-r. t.iry.
I'. M. Ai.in;.v, As.-istant S'..-n-:r.)-,
STATE CF NEBRASKA,
TT IS IIKP.KFY CETtTIFiri). That there V-u
.1. been tiled in t!iis;o1iiee u-.woru ttaicrii-.-tjl
show ii-.jj tiie condition oftiio
LAZIAJL II73TJr.A:-:CZ COI'JPAITY.
located at Chi-'acrn. in the .c;.iif e.f Tliinojs on
tho first day of .lanuary A. 1. i -71. in accordance
with the provisions of an Act ot the General
Assembly, of the Stare oi Xi br;:-l:.a. to r'--nfttf
lns!t;v.neeComp:Miies. r.nproved Fihruary !.: i
IS"'" : that said Company havinir liic j tlit
necessary papers and a statement show ing that
sa id Company is posesed of the requisite :i:c.i;i:t
of capital, and invested as required, by law.
Authority is Ihsrcforc Give-i
To the ji!.-vve n.imad Citnpanv to trms-.ef i!:eir
appropriate bu-ine.-s of FUSE I NSFKA Nt'K,
iu this State, in accordance with the laws there
of until the :11st dny of J ani:a-v. s. 2.
I Fit.thkb Ckktikv, That Phelps Paine. F-'(.,
ol Plaiistnouth county of Cass is authorized to
transact business nee ir lii!.? to la-v for si i l com
pany as their asrent and hiji-niry. by f: i ir:-- this
certificate for lieourd with the eleik of Cass
is Tkstimdvv iViikrki!'. T hnve lirrettnJo set
tny hand and affixed my seal of oiliec, at Lin
coln, this 3d day cf February, 1ST1. .
. At PiTon ok State.
' ' iiOw It
Highest c.is!i price paid f ir all kinds oftir.iin
stid Produce, Butter, Ffr's. lUil-s, Furs a:id
North East corner main and Fifth Ft a!ls
inoutii n- u2.ijLW
(Successor to B. iVa'.ther)
inJ dealer in
ARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS. II ALTERS
Whips, Erushcs, Jtc, ie.
Repairing done substantially and with dis
patch. (iive me a call before rurchasintr elsewhere.
Vourlh trp.t north of Pl.-iti Vnllev lotl!e.
a.i.i...iiiius JMat.hcws D-j-iielly 's i'.'ar l-.v.ire
t-tyre. ?ci'li j'.ttf 1
II-.Lr-J III i. VI Ira' fl, l- . XT ..13'. !-
lii mm 1 f
1 3 :.;r r,v
We e p mg Vate r Nebraska.
JJoots. find Shoe?.
I!. its. iind i'r,
Arrirnlriirr-l InipHmeTits of all kinds, ACeirnr
"I X J." Cui:iv:itirs. I'nion t'(,rii I'lumvrt
'Jrandotuur and l'ri:ic t n l'l'i'fs. ,Ve ie '
f limit, all nf uhii'h wevllcr t tlio ubiio at the
owe-: n-f)il iri -es.
All Goods Warranted
5 Our constant aim will he to sell so lowt
will In tf. the po-itive advantage of every isi
frinihe w .-tortinnd tral portion o i Cass
ULly to n.ake this their LeadnuMrters fortrad
"'e r.-k the attention of the pullic to tiie
stn-.-k ..! spring jrootis vf :u opTiiiiL'. We ha e
tiik. :i j.-i ;it i arc in the .-f !e. ion of norm but
jir-t-ela-s 'oi- i-. and licin 1irt hand.--, we lei-, a
iov as thev can l-c had in the market for c:ih.nad
v.o .-hail -r!l at i-i iccs that we sruarrntre will
f.'ivc entire s it i-l.ietion to all who mar jrire i:u a
call. c.'Uis and sec and von will be convinced.
Cl.A KK .V I LL .MJ! UK. t
Eock Pinffa, Neb
Spring Term Commences
' !r5o P"
I & & t
Tu! i!.- of cither sex will receive thorough and
systematic instruction here. Particular attt-u
pai. I to i'ii:i!iiry scholars.
School Looks furnished frea of co.-t to al
GOOD BOARDING CAN BE OBTAINED
AT REASONABLE RATE?
For ter:m au 1 particular a 1 lres
i'jwtf J. D. PATTERSON.
.YE BRJ1SKJ1 CR O W.Y
Furr.as Sons &, Co.
2SQ,CGQ Apple Trees
r i;0 h'N in Nebr.isVn se,;i on hich upland
T t rairie. without artificially stimulants, es
pecially tor Nebraska market. Also Peach.
Pear. Cherry, Plum, llas-j. berry, licse?, and
Por Catalorue and particulars, addrors
FURNAS SONS & CO.,
Dox ZT, DROWN VILLE,
Yah. 21 diw2m. Nboraska.
- iT-"Vi- J-.'-r" -i-
And dealer in all kinds of
S'urniiure & Cliairs.
main street, (third door west of P O
Piattsmouth . - - - Neb
Rrpairin? and Varnishinp neatly done,
"eeral attended at the shortest notice.
FOUNDED 178 1.
Field seeds, "
Flower seeds al
Successor to M.Ten Kick.
Corucr Jlniu and Sixth street,
riuttsniouth. 1,'ebra. k;i.
rITIE largest assortment nnd w p.rrcnted Frc.-h
gced Farm, near riiiide'phi.v Pa.
Seeds in T.iilk or in Taeknccs. I would call
the especial attention of the Ladies to our larsic
assortment of select annnnl. biennial and per
ennial tlower seeds. We have also 1. M. l ' rr
A Co"? seeds. Chicago Seed Co 's seeds. , V i s
tern S-'eed Co's seedi. Call early in oruer t
make pood selections, (icrmiii Ken tin ky Jlu
Jrass l.y the pound or bushel. nia, reh2-,-d.vw t
WHOI.KSALK 1JD TltT.UL
Is now receivincr and has on hand tnt. the
htaud of White A ilutterys)
South si.U Maia .Street, PI.:tt.-in julh, Xeb.
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of Prucs. 5reilieinp.i, Paints. Chemir-als
Lead. Varnish. Coal i id. Fish Oil. Machine
t)il. ti iriinj nil. Ca.-toi- Oi!. J':itsfoot
Ci', " hale Uil. Linseed Oil. Lard
Oil. Ks-ential oil. Cod Liver v il.
and a. larfro raric: ,- oi
tion?. Ci r-.--.u-. - . Fancy
and I 'diet A rt i -!-.
J.- ciicrs, . J la-vcrini-'
A vers', Si'o vii le's
Ilall's chri.-iie's Mi
Lain's. Morse's, L'.'ker's
IVistir's. Wriu-hts. W'.,lce
field. tiuysitt's. Perry lavis'
Koh l' k's. Pctilt's. Mrs. Window's
Tr. Wiiiehell's llo.-t.-iti r's. lrake's
Valine's. West's and ot the most lopuiar
Patent Medicines in u.-' at the l ic-ent day.
Brandies Vinss and Whiskle
Of the IJcst Or.-ules and fjaalities, Ftrictly for
Itcd or Rose. Green. Tlue. B!a"k. Analinc. In
liio. Madder, Kxtr.-n-t Lo'mood, iiy
IV O'HlS. Ac. in I l' t eVer t-llll
that is needed in the uri;
or Medical line.
CirfiiHy compounded an 1 put up at all hour
Al! Irut.-s wairentc -I frc-h and t-ine. Call b
fun- Intyiatr. and see what I hate to sell.
I'lattsmouth, Feb. 2."th.d.vwif.
23 j?2l o -0:
River Kail Koad,
In connection with the
CJticag, Burlington (Jitinn 1!. 7
Offer to the jieople of Piattsmouth, and all
portion of Nebraska lying
fOUTEII OF TIIE TLATTE,
thn tnostdiret, and the ber-f Route to tho Eas
tern, fsontn l-.astern. and .Northern States.
Passengers desirinirto travel luxuriously shi.C. .
take the Atlantic Express, which r:i;.s throuch
to Chicas.-o without ehnr.jro of Cars, eii.ippe'
with cl.-tr.-int lay Coach, s. Puiliuan's i'ali.
Day and .Sleeping Coaches, a:id
Pullman's Dining Cars.
In additi m to thefact thit this is the uirvt-t
route by which time may be saved in reaching
any point in the Kastcrn or Middle States it v.f
truthfully be said that i: possesses the hc.-t ir.n-ii
and the finest equipment of any Western Line,
cusuring to the passenger
Speed, Safety and Comfort
Rates always ns 1,01V as the LOWEST. Da -Bage
cheeked through to at.v point l.est.
.T. r- V.. PERKINS. ;n. Fupt.
A. E. T0L ZALIN, tlen. Pusseiiper Airent.
rounds of Wool Wan'cd nt tlio
FOR WHICH THE
IWlglivKt J'rieo will foe
IX GOODS OR MONEY.
Our (roods will ho fannd well wv.rih a trial
and to be in every respect as we -rr pre. sent ot
pood, fast colors, superior finish, and as they are
all wool, and no shoddy, waste or flvings used
in their manufacture, tve iruarante 'a'.isfaction
as to their durn'oi;ity.
Parties ordering eoods in otfh.in-c for wool
are assured of petting them at tho very lowest
price. Those d'-.-irinp their wo.l ui.mu pictured
into rolls or sincrle yarn have it returned
iinine.iiateiy without .charges for J.-a;. nge to and
from the depot.
Prke f r i-arding'vc; cnrllts?, sp'nr.in an 1
rtilin z. 2"c perpotui'l.
Satisfaction given in all r?pcefs. Samples
of e-oods sent and pric.-s'iriven tvhen reiiuested.
We manufacture anil keep constantly on
hand the largest stock of woolens to I ef. ur.d in
the west, eon-isling of cftsinien s, tweeds. 0-4
Felled clothes, saitinetts. Jeans, plain and
plaid flannels, grey sn.l white blankets, stocking
yarn, single or duble. in a-l colors. Ac.
We would invite the a'tention of farmers to
this advc-rti-ement would perfor wotl for our
goods to money, and will von be',.r k.r.
Cains than vou can get elsewhere.
iuve us a cill. or send v.ur wo'd.
Factory. North Third Street.
GEO. IJUELL Si CO.
Aprii 1 i w hn-
Dr. J. W. TIIOrtlASJ, -
TIaving rermanentlv lrcnt(l of c,.;. tr.
ter Fails, tenders his trf.fesion:il s,.rv:, .w !n tt' .
cjtuens ot Cass county. Nel-raskn. IjauT'o'.'tf.
100,000 FEET !
TlicIurNlcr.'U'TiC'J has on hund n Iarpc qar.tlty of
WIIIOH KB OFFERS' AT lir..fiS t 'tl.E riuritc.
on short noiice,. and for any sicor !r:i;:tli t.t
Rafters, Studdmgs. Joists
B.s7jldlm;tn short notice.
Bi3c Itemed fj.
in ner's 1'iie remedy has lo ver f illed uiot.
?ven in one case) to cure the very wrrf casts o.
Llind ItchitiKor Uleiidinp piles. Those who lire
ifMicted should inimediatel call on t lieir druj-'g-itists
nnd Ret War cr's Pile Ueiiicdy. Itiset-.res.-y
for the Piles, nnd is not reeconiinerdei
oure any oth.-r disease. It has cured imiriy
at-s of over thirty years siandinp. Price Cfi
Jiollar. For-il. hv drui.'zi-ts everywhere.
Warner's Lysjo-p: i;t i onic is prepared ox
ilrcssly for Iv epties nn 1 tho-- - sntierinir with
habitual Co.-iivenes. It is a slight siiintilatinij
mie ainl a splendid i-pieticr: it s:r ivtheti.
.he stomach and res-tores the digestive ort-itH
to their healthy state. Weak, ii-tvou fn:d dys
peptic persons should u o Warner's l)v-epsiu
Tonic. For sal" bv driii.fi-ts. ri.-e i c T I inr.
wr2-zi3rx?z.zzf?fi3i xarrirrFrrniwiMi mm
Warner's Couch ll.ilsani is heal inc. softeninc
mil expectorating. The extraordinary power it
possesses in immediately rclciviiiu, and eventu
ally ciiiinjr. tho most obstinate r.ei-s of Couch.
Joids. Sore Throat. Fronchiti-. In.!iieii7a. Ca
.nrrh. h-iui.-cness, A-thina and 'onsuiii Jd i"ti i?
iliiiost incredible. So prompt is the u lief and
'erlain its etlccts in all ihe a h ve ises. or any
ticction of the throat and liink.'-, that thonsan U
t phy-icians are daily j.rcs. n i.inif il, undone
in. I all sav that it is the most be.iiinir nnd x
icetoratit:!? mc.iit ine knmvu. line ifose alway
il'.'ords relic;', and in iii"Jt eas. s one bottle cf
(ci ts a cur'-. Sold by drtii-'tfi.-ts, in larjre bottles.
Price- due Io!i ir. It is your v.n limit if you
ti'l eoii'Th .'in-l s-ir''-r. 'I'l'.e Fill -am will cure.
The pre-at Flood Piiriaer at d icl i.-i'.ii..-I irin k
Warner's Vinum 'i:-i-, or ii.f of File, is tn-o
rotn any i'oi onous .Ii ul-s or impuritic, Leint
irepa red fori hose w h. rcj i re a -1 i m u I-: tit. 1 f i
l splendid a petii'T and lot ic, and the fiiieit
.hn.c in th- world lor pai ii n- i he blood. It n
the inost pleasant mid .l- iieious art i.-le ever o
t'ere I to the public, tar superior to branly,
hi ky, wine, bit ters. .r a ny o !nr .: rt icle. If ,n
:norc heal; hy, and cheap r. le.lh male .-'I'd fu
jia!e, y -iin or obi. can t ike the Wine of Life.
It is. in fact, a life preserver, I Ic-e who v r Ii
to enjoy good health and a free i;.,-.v of lively
s; iri;-. w iil do well to take the Wine of Life.
It is ii:l!cre:it from imyt b il x ri't bef-.i i:i u sr.
It is .-ell by d rii trr i 1-: a !-o al a , i le-pci-ta Lie sa
loons. Price itoliar, in .ji.ait forties.
Sol 1 Fy
.1. M. If I. "CUM. IN. CO.
HEATH'S PATENT BOARD V-'FLLS.
Put down in Otoe county iti the p:it IS mouthii,
md from Til HKF to F1VK a week m.ikini; at
PRO VP" THEIR SUPERIORITY.
PIXTY-NIXK d' them were in the worst kini
of Ciui' K-saiel.
rillUTY-CNE of them were made in plaeej
where the old style "Uuir Weils" hud d; i'-d up
:.ivcd in (.tiled to furnish a supply, or natu -ally
Th"ir own repulati'-j nnd the unanimous Tfr
eiict of the people X Utoe- County
Aflesf Ihcir IMerlts.
Ar. Outfit is now in operation for the af ommo
datioiiof Lass Couniy, in c!iarjic of
ft'ells cuaranteed to furnish an ample (tippl
d water, or the tu-jney refunded.
ap-rlcc nut! Tor;..
Tfelis bored, tubed nnd f.tted up for throwlnc
water all complete-ana guaranteed.
Ortc IJoJI.tr per Fot
Oiiick-ffin-1 wells rx'rT nr.o each well. (In
the country hands to be hoar id while doing
. -wp.in.-iMo par'ies d?siring it a. note for
oito-halt will be taken for .art p iyir.cni, atsi
months, with initrcstat 12 ier e-i nt. Ii oai date.
Parties wi.-l.i.-ig wells will pleas" neeotcnodf t
by leaving tloir orders at the II i ,- I n at o Stuia
of C. VV. M EKK, or addrc-.-ing me a line to.
Very F.c ) eclfuily
B. J. DiTen'hiclicr .
Juiv is-o.,M wtf
FUR NIT UUE,
LOUilGES, SAFES, TABLES,
ok all DK.;rr:rTinvrt .f . n t At I. ritiCKl.
rIctalic Burial Cases,
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Cah.
STREIGM7 cl F,!0nPHY,
Harness, Sadies, Whips,
Particular attention given to the manufactura
of hne hai nc".-.
ALL KINDS OF REPAITvINO DONE ON
riattsinonth, - Nebraska
I IS. I?. The Cclel rated Vacuum Oil Elacnking
ccnsuintly on hand declwtf
CITY BAKERY AND
!i""e opened ti- lay a F.tl:-ry nnd Con
T teetionary en Sivtii St reef, one door north
ot i-.-.zgerald s Flock, where we are prepared to
lurnisu. any amount ut
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes &c.
Fancy Baking done for Tarties whenever de
Sired. DANY & BR0.
EIoivarl Snnafary Aal As-
the Reliuf and thire of the Fi ring and Un
lrtunate, on Principles of Christian
Essaysonthe Errori of Youth, tin 1 the Follies
M Age, ni relation to Marriage a i l Social Evils
tt sanitary aid lor the alhicte !. S.-r.f, free, ir
?r.nJ"''. ''Veit.pes. A.toie-s IlijW'A F I) ASSO
CIA HON. P. X P. Pl-;l... I, ua. Pa. B!rl'V
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