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THURSDAY, AUG. 10. 171.
Hon. S. II. Calhoun, of Nebraska
Citv. is talked of as the Democratic
candidate for Governor.
THE STATE CAPITA L
The Convention has adopted the fol
lowins article in Committee of the
fctATE INSTITUTIONS AND PUBLIC liCILD
Section J. The Capital of this State
shall remain at the city of Lincoln unti
the year 1S80, and thereafter until oth
erwise provided by law, designating eoilc
other r!ace aa the Capital, and which
shall Lc submitted to, and be approve.
,v a maioritv of the electors votinz
Mrs. Stanton, iti a letter to the Revo
lution, from Iowa, relates how she sent
oiirifor man howling out of Ler
"In kiv travels I regionally met
men who think that the chief glory ot'nl
women is to hear children. One of the?o
conceited lords toM me a fow days since
that hia wift; Iiad iuiirtoen children, and
a.fced me if I did not think that w is the
hisrheit richt woman could desire. Look
ing at his little head, contracted chest,
and crooked kr- I replied, 'That turn
somewhat upon the capacity and charac
ter ot the lather. J mu-t cocless, sir,
never saw a dozen men worth repeating
fourteen times. 1 he poor man, review
ing his own defects, looked as if he was
thinking his own wife micht have Mun
tiered in not preferring enfranchisement
to the lmiltiplyinp of so many shadows
of himself. It is 1-etter, fays John Stu
art Mill, to invo the world one lion than
tvel ve jacka.-cs. ' '
Iteeointrtict In;; It Sorlh.l
"Let no one yet despair of the poli
al luiiicnrnuDi. Jlie .ew lork lrwune
advL-es that among the preparations for
the centennial celebration in Philadelphia
iii lTt), all extraneous matter, except
the relicts properly pertaining to the
Revolutionary struircla and its close,
should he removed from Independence
Hall. The motion is cordially seconded
ly the l'Lil:iuc!r'hia J'ressa paper no
hiss ultra in its political ideas, and much
inure exacting in their practical applica
tion to reuu, than the in-line lor tlie
reason that there are relicts and portraits
in the Hall, that cannot fail to be offens
ive to the South. When this spirit per
vades the leading onrans of Kadiculism,
and can be called into active exercise up
on an occasion of merely sentimental in
terest, the tunc when loyalist and rebel
sn.tu coaie;e wiien i-k.u-n.lux ana ear-!t-ba'.'er
shall lie down together, and a
little Kihiopian may lead them will not
be delayed in its con line through any
c-hanty at this end of
LEr TIIK AJIEKICAX PDOPLE MOX-DER.
Eleven Pregnant Facts Drongbt
I.Ik tit by the Conrewlontil la
vent i:lln$ Commltlee.
1(4 Democratic Fatcrnllj', its Hellish
Feature and I'arfy Purpose.
The Congrcsional Committee investi
gating the Ku-Kiux villainy a fub
coramittee in Washington, and another
sub-committee in South Carolinia have
now been in daily session more than two
months, and have had before them many
scores of witnesses from all sections of
the late Insurrectionary States men of
both hijjh and humble station Presiding
K'ders, Preachers, ex-Members of the
Federal Co igress and ex-Members of the
Confederal Congress, ex-Generals of
both Annies, Governors and ex Govern
ors, Judges, Solicitors, Sheriffs, Revenue
Ulheers, Officers ot the Army, ros tin af
ters, School Teachers, Repentant and
Non-repentant members of Ku-Klux
Klaus, and dozens r-f their maimed and
suffering victims, black and white.
And what has this pMtient and thor
ough investigation established and es
tablished beyond all future cavil and
;ution ? These atrocious Facts :
1. That in ali the late Insurrectionary
States, and generally diffused, though
not found in every County, is an oath
hound fecret Organization, working on
ly at night, and its members always in
iivg'iie, with OfhVers, Signs, Signals.
Pass-words, Grip.', and all the necessary
paraphienalia, with the Pledg.d and
Sworn purpose of putt tun down the Re
publican and putting tip the Democratic
tarty; known in different localities
among the initiated by different names,
but everywhere recognized by the gen
eral cognomen "Ku-Kixx."
'lhat the crzanizution came into
being a few months previous to the Iat
Presidential lOlection, during which can
vass it was in its most vigerous condition.
tut is now through all the South, with
more efficient discipline and effective di
rection than ever, reviving, in prepara
tiou for the next Presidential campaicn,
when, as they told one of their victims
in Tennessee a few weeks since, "no
d Itadioa! votii g is to be allowed
in any ccuthern state, by black or
mane men ! A'l decent men, we appeal
to you ! Is a Party worthy of life in
this land which seeks supremacy through
such hell-born measures ?
It will be remembered by many of our
readers that E. M. Clark of West Point
made, last spring, serious charges againt
Gen. G. M. O Jirien, Commissioner of
the U. S. Dist. Court at Omaha, having
for an object his removal from office.
Affidavits derogatory to the official career
of Mr. O linen were made and present
ed with a petition aekinsr that he be re
moved from office. The examination
came off in May before 11 S. Dundy of
the U. S. Dist. Court, and the papers in
the case were then sent up to Iiou. John
F. Dillon, of Des Moines, Iowa, Judge
of the U. S. Circuit Court. Ilis decis
ion in the matter was received at the of
fice of Judge Dundy last Friday. It
avers that the charges were not substan
tilted by the affidavits, and orders that
they be dismissed. We give the decis
ion below which speaks for itself : .
Dks 3Ioi.es, Iowa, May 15, 1S71.
Hon. E. H. Dundy. Judge IT. S. Dist.
Court, Omaha, A't.
m r r "w
jiy near iir : 1 nave received irom
you the charges, answer and testimony
in the matter ot the application to re
move G. M. O'lJrien, J-si.. as a Com
missioner to the U. S. Circuit Court for
the Dist. of Nebraska. 1 have read the
evidence adduced in support of the spe
cific charges, and think that it fails to
make out the truth of these charges with
anything like that emcient clearness re-
qired to establish them as facts.
With your concurrence I desire to or
der the charges dismissed.
If 3'ou concur, sign this and have it
put on tilo. Very truly,
John S. Dillon.
I fully concur, Elmer S. Dunpv.
This is only what has been expected
by the numerous friends of (Jen. O'Bri
e:i. It was generally believed, and is
now conclusively proven that the charges
were unfounded and unjust. Judge
Dillon's decision exonerates Commission
er O'Brien from every specification set
forth in the charges, and he stands be
fore the people of Nebraska to day with
an untarnished name and an unblotted
official record. West Joint Republican.
lac of generous t!
the reconstructed Uniou
How will "the South" like the look
of our flag? Will these milk and water
couplers remove that " offense to the
South?" Oat upon such pusilanimous
non-ense. The bones of the old heroes
who sleep upon Revolutionary battlefields
should shake in disgust at the moral cow
ardi.'e of their uegenerate sons. If "the
south" is still looking for in-ults, her
children cannot coma north without be
holding sights at every turn, which arc
and very properly humiliating to trait
ors and rebels
JURIIEK I.V HAff.TEE.
A I.I very Ntnhlo Keeper Hnrdereil
from the IJrownvilIe Advertiser of
August 3d., we gather the following par
ticuurs relative to a brutal murderwhich
wa.s committed at Pawnee last Friday or
"The particulars, as we glean them.
are that two or three men concluded to
go into the apple speculation at St. Joe.
Before startimr, thev left a horse at the
Pawnee livery stable and received some
mmey upon it. Returning surcharged
with St. Joe whiskey, they demanded
their animal without charge, and upon
being refused, one of the drunken vaga
bonds seized the stable keeper and held
hiin while the other broke his skull in
with a brick. On Snndav the poor man
died. The murderer is in jail and threats
were made to save the State the trouble
and expense of trying him. The event
is charged by the Pawnee people, to whis
ky, and a strong feeling has sprung up
against the fluid, heightened by the re
port that a dealer from this city wa-
uboul opening au ardent depot in their
HEXRY CLAY IKAX ns TIIC'JiEIV
The following appears in the New
York Tribune :
To the Editor of the Tribune:
Silt : I see a notice going the rounds
to the effect that 1 have been contesting
the "New Departure" of Democracy in
Iowa. That licentious and irresponsible
sheet, the Memphis Avalanche, makes
this rumor the subject of a low scurril
ous, characteristic article. The Tribune.
notices the saruo thing. Will you do me
the justice to state that I have" nothing
to do with the New Departure, nor have
1 uttered a word in public upon the sub
ject? That I have neither appeared to
take the new oath or receive a parol at
tho "general surrender" of the Democ
racy. This I hold logieally true: that,
it the liepublieans were naht in ttiakin
.1. . -, ,1. 1 ,
me war. creating tpc a di, ana cnanging
the constitution, 1 can see no reason why
a new set cf leeches should be applied to
the body pohtio lor the mere variety of
1 was nonestiy opposca to tlie wa
and its consequences, and in favor of th
repudiation 01 tne puoiic debt, or its
payment m greenbacks." Of little value
as tny opinions may be, I am determinec
that they shall not be misrepresented
without contradiction. Thousands hold
UoRi- Clay Dean,
"Rebel's Cove, Putnam County, Mo
Ju'y IS, I371r
j. That this Ku-Klux organization is
the premeditated and determined scheme
for carrying the South at the next elec
tion of President, and so, by securing
he entire electoral vote of that section,
make sure the election ot the 1'emoerat-
4. That the officers and establishes of
these '"Dens" (as they appropriately
call their separate bancs) are the lead
mg and active Democratic politicians of
5. 1 lint the scheme has the heart v
good-will of a lame section of the Dem
ocratic Party in all those States, and the
acquiescence of nearly the entire party.
b. lhat the uiroct and chief purpo
of the organization, as sworn by all the
Victims, as the assertion uniformly made
to them by these midnight assassin, and
corroborate J by the universal testimony
of the repentant and divulging members
of the Order, is this: The putting down
of the Republican and the putting ur
of th( Democratic Party.
7. 'lhat while the Democra tic and Ku
Klux witnesses on their direct examina
tion usually deny the political purpose of
the Order, asserting that the Ivu-lvlux
are a social necessity crowing out of the
abolition of the old Patrol; that they
have to ride the country to "keep the
Niirgers in their place ;" that under the
influence of Radical Legislation and
Methodist Preaching the Niirgers are
liable to become saucy," and without an
occasional Ku-K!ux vi-sit would "begin
to think rhemselve3 as cood ns white
folks;" and that these frequent flogging
and an occasional murder, are necessary
to maintain such a state of morals among
the B!ack3 as will permit the vice-hating
Whites to live in their nighborhood ;
yet on tlie cro.-s-examination, these U it
nessess also very generally, as well as
very reluctantly, confess that the intimi
dation of Republican voters is a promin
ent and not to be regretted result.
S. That, to secure this purpose, the
putting down of the Republican and the
putting up of the Democratic Party.
Intiinidati m is theg:anl measure the
intimidation of Repub'ican voters, black
and white, hut especially the humble
and defenceless, by Midnight Raids; by
Burning Hou-es and Stores, and the
Destruction of Crops ; by Whippings ot
such extreme cruelt3' as often to end in
Death; by most indecent and painful
.Maiming; by Assassination and Murder
in i-uch cowardly manner and with such
hellish device as may strike terror into
whole counties, and bring down the Re
publican vote from two or three thous
and to less than a f ingle dozen.
0. That "School-teachers," and
"Preachers of the Methodist Church
North," seem to be the especial abhor
rence ot these Democratic Assassins;
anil hundreds of School houses and
Methodist Churches have been given to
the flames ; and Christendom will stand
aghast when it is made known the scores
of school-teachers aud Methodist Preach
ers, who, this Democratic ageney, within
these three years, have been Whipped !
Shot ! Hunt' ! and. in some instances, it
is tielievt d. Burned at the Stake !
10. That in nearly onhalf the States
of this Union this work of hell is now
goimr on, rnht by iiiirht every month
extending the range of its bloody opera
tions, and tearfully multiplying the num
ber of i s vi ;tims !
lha' it is solely and immediately in the
service of the Democratic Parry a large
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j. 11- BUTTERY
WHOLESALE AND ETAIL
.GREAT SALE OF
Ivinnc an has on hand (at
Und of White St Butterys;
Souto eidc ilain Street, riattamouth. Neb.,
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of Dnisrs, Medicine. Paints, Chemical
Lead, VarnL-h. Col Oil. Finn "il. Mach ne
Oil, Gargling Oil. Castor Oil. Net.foot
Oil. w hale Oil. Linerd Oil. Lard
Oil. .Essential Oil. Cod Liver uil.
auii a large varie: -
tiona. I'er . Kancy
and oilet Arti'le,
PATENT MED. CINE?
IIall'8 Christie's Mc
I.ain'a. Morse's, Uaker's
WistarV Wrieht's. ake-
field. Wuysott'a. Furry Davis' i
Kobaok's. Pttitt's, Mrs. W mslow's
Pr. Wincbcll's Hostetter's, Drake's
Wallace's. West's and ol the most popular
Patent Aledicines in use ut the present day.
Brandies Wines and Whiskie
Of the Best Grades and qualities, strictly for
Unparalleled JLuilutlo meiits to Inrelia.sers;
I WILL OFFER FOR SALE, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ON
ntf Js c
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A Large quantity of desirable property, consisting in part of
THREE HUNDHED LOT
In my Addition to the City of Pluttsmouth, and Several h.ts of
EIGHT AHT23 TE3IT ACRES EAGH?
ADJOINING THE CITY.
These Lots are well Situated, as regards
HEALTHFUL LOCALITY. Commands some of the moct BEAUTIFUL V I l:YS
ON THE MISSOURI RIVER, and are convenient for Dwelling or Stores. The
City of Plattsmouth is destined to be one of the principal cities of the central part
of the Continent. Situated on the beautiful Missouri River, at the nn.utb
of the Phitte River, with thousand of miles of invitation above Hnd lr!.T, v.
stands at NATURE'S OWN GATEWAY TO THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS;
.1.:.. r..i:.. 9. : T? :.. 1 i
over iiua ruuiu lue um uiigiuii tx i'jrauuii unti it.. 11. v. j. natc i-uiii-
pleted some 90 miles of the best railroad, with the most level route in tlio w.-sf,
and the road will be finished and running to a junction with the Union Paciiie R. R.
at rort Kearney by nexfcNovcmber. It. is the ultimate design ol this roaJ t
reach the Pacific coast by a NEAR ROUTE over better prades than any vet
found, and thus CONTROL THE TRANS-CONTINENTAL TRAI'FIC, wbkl.
will iu consequence pour all its advantages at this point.
BLOOM 8c CO.,
Red or Rose, fJrcen. Blue, Black, Analine, In
digo. Madder. Kx tract Logwood, Dry
Woods, Ac. In liict everything
that is needed in the drug
or Medical line.
Aefully compounded and put up at all hou
fll Druars wain:nted fre-h and pure. Call
ore buvins. and see what I hav e to sell.
I'latL-uiouth. Feb. lath.dAwtf.
IT FOOT OF MA LY STREE T
Wholesale A Retail Peilcrs in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
ilCs. LOOM &. CfT? Jc
BOYS AjXI CHILDREN'S CLOTlllA'G
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
6LANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
ain Street. Second Door East of the Court Houfe
RANCH HOUSE Eroauw.-y. Cnuniil duffs Iowa.
A Bridge over the Missouri River
will be commenced here without delay, connecting this road with its iiamesnkt-m
Iowa, giving this city the SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE EAST.
Numerous branch railways are already projected to drain the business for numy
miles into this MAIN ARTERY ; all which prove conclusively tliut no l i.ttir
Safe and Profitable Investment:
can be found than'bv securing Real Estate and good homes in tbis most promi
sing city. PLATTSMOUTH is connected by rail with LINCOLN, and the in
terior towns of a rapidly settling section of the finest Agricultural l ind.s in the
West. It lias connection with all the towns on tho river, above and below it,
and ail the main cilies east and west. Chicago is only 22 Hours distant, while
St. Louis is but 24. Competition in transportation between river and luibvu
insures ehean freights to St. Louis, while three ro:ids to Chic:g' keep down ex -horbitant
rates in th-it direction. Millions of dollars of material coul l be ma: ufic.
tured for the rapidly increasing demands of the interior portion of the State, :.nd al
together, th ere is no more truly encouraging locality to settle in than right here
Terms : Half Down, balance in six Months.
All letters of inquiry, containing a postage stamp foi return, will bo promptly
Plattsmouth, Cass Co. Neb.
Blacksmith Tools, Arc.
Keep on rwnd a Large Stock of
BUCKS r A TEXT,
L O Y A L C O OK
Ana inner f irst-mss uookinf
All kinds of Heating toves.
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOR WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
J. D SIMPSON 4fc, CO.,
.Forwarding and Commission 3Icrcliants
AiSI DEALERS IX
.Agents for the
Omalia and St. -Louis "O" Line Packets.
We ask the attention of the rublie to tlie
stot-k ois-prin goods we are orenin. We have
taken great rare i-.i the seiei-tion of none hut
lirst -el !. good, ami from fiist hands, we hnv:..s
low a? they can tie had in t lie market for eiich.nad
we unaii sen at friee? tnat we gnarentce will
give entire satisfaction to all who may give u a
enll. come and see and yon will he convinced.
CLARK Jc PLUMMtR.
Jl IS SOUR VALLEY LIFE
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITING.
and J3reakin PIoavs
AV e are now occupying the first fiocr of the Herald Dlock, Corner Slain i Second st. We
Forwarding and Commission Business,
Ware House attachedwe can furnish all the storage wanted.
All good i Kent in our care willreceive
nda goods di.stined for Lincoln. Ashland and tho Blue River, will be forwarded without delay
Dividends on the Coniribiiiion 2sL!ei.
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to the Policy Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1?':,.Thls V a V esfcern Company, managed by Western men. whose known nnananridl charac
ter, ability and poFition, afiurd ample guaranty lor ils careful and succeiiful management.
2d. Its Polices are all noii-lor K'lliny;.
od. 1 rtmium all vk!i. It receives no notea and gives none. Tolicy holders have no iarcf L
to pay, ana no outstanding notes as liens upon their policies,
4:h. It has no restriction upon travel.
5th. Itsdividends are made upon the contribution plan,
tith. Its business is eicluseivly life insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest upon premiums paid, hence the Company that loans it rt
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invect their
moneys at o percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per cent, or more.
7? "estern investments to the policy holder appears in the following sUrtlint
figures: Ihe amount of Sl.ouo, invested for fifty years at ".iiuujr
o per cent, compound interest, is Z 1S.420.15
8 " " " 4fi.901.frl
i- . L ?hv,ous'nt tn's0,nPa,'y'ffpr rear financial advantages and inducements to the
policy-holder than any other company in existance
At Net Cos; for Cash.
prices are as low
as any house in the
"CorrjDOtsition day," says Fanny Fern,
"in my M:hooIdaj, was only a delight to
ioe. liut you fchoulJ have een the
i liot I was in Arithmetic and algebra, or
historical dates! How 1 pinched the
riil next me to help tne oat ; and how
frnffuilv I remembered it. in after
year.", and embroidered my gratitude cn
.'. r first baby's little flannel petticoats !
A writer who talks like an experienced
man, says, an editor may write articles
1 jr vears riht along, which meet with
your decided approbation, but you will
(,'ive hiru no erei-il praise for it. IF he
li ippens to wiite a lew lines which you
do'not approve, you will get into a tem
)e rape, and declare you will never for
give for i:.-
portion of tho party South heartily 11 p-
tirovinsr l;ire numbers of the nartv
North attempting its palliation by ex
cuse, and its shelter from scorn Ly cov-
erim; i;n or donyine its crimes, as if
cowardly AssninationcouM be palliated,
and brut; 1 Murder excused and the
Democratic Party throughout the land re
joicing n its promise of help. So, ei
ther by opon and acknowledged action,
or by the no Ies criminal and the more
cowardly participation of extenuating
and s-hiel Jing the crime, the Party South
and North, become before tlie people
and before God equal sharers in th re
sponsibility. Out of ti e mouths of more than two
hundred Vitoetes is every syllable of
this established; and more than ten
thousand of the shroudless Dead, from
hidden places by wayside, in swamp and
mountain, and from the sleepless ashes
ot hred homes, snout their cuastly
A single instance of tlie.e thousand
Outrages perpetrated upon an .Ameri
can citizen on foreign soil, would be
thought ample caue for War : and our
entire 2sa.yy would hasten to enforce the
Nation's indignation. And fuch abuse
as is daily meted out to these humble
Methodisi Preachers, if offered one of
our .Missionaries on heathen ground.
would arouse the whole American church
until every mind was laden with demands
The thankg of all citizens who love
Bight, and hate Rapine are due the
faithful men of this Committee, who,
forgetting their ease, have indutriousiy
devoted these hot months to the un
earthing of this great Villainy.
Christian mea cf cur ccuatry: ilu-
I HE COLOSSAL
Atlantic and Pacific
Lee & Pratt, Proprietors.
Now making the tour of
tup: C'N I I.NHMT
Ocean to Ocean
Will arrive at
Plntttiiioutli Aii2Si!i '71
WAIT ton THE GUEA T SIIO IV
Irand Is'lard. Xeb.. August H; North Platte
Neb. Augutt 1;'; Columbus, Nebraska. August
11: rremont. Aeu August. ZSx Omaha, Aug.
itand I; Cnn'il L'lutls Aug. Z and ; Lin
coln. .e'i. Aug. u'aad a ; ;ebr.iika. c;ty, Aug.
01, anu cepicuiocr i ana z.
J; Y. SHAMOJPS N'
FEED, SAIJ3 AND
GREAT RUSH !
LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, an! more too. are going to
To buy their
S TABLE S .'
BCTTSEY k LiZKSBT. prors.
LIVERY SALE & EXCHANGE.
-The Host of Horses and Buggies cn hand."V
Corner Vine and rourtii streets.
II D Mackav. PreBident,
I) AI Swan. V'ice-Prident.
DrJ L Wevcr, Med. D'tor.
D Shre, Learenworth. Kan,
j r ivienarag,
II R Hammond "
H Kdgerton. " "
S M Strickler. Junction Citv
Chas Robineon, Latrrance.
Oeorgo A Moore, Secretary,
J Jones, Ass't Secretary,
Jl L Newman, Treasurer
II A Citlkins, General Agent.
W K Harvey, Con. actuary,
T A Ilurd, Attorney.
II D Meckay, Leavenworth Kan.
I M Swan,
W 1 Coffin,
eo A Moore, " "
1) W Powers,
Geo L liavis, St. Louis. Mo
E Hunting. " "
M It Morgan
II L Newman Leavenworth
AV E Chcmberlain.
T A Hurd,
K U Allen,
C A Perry. Wenlon, Mo.
W Veal. Topeka. Kana.
I M Price AtoLion, Kaa.
W R Stebbins. "
In 1L mo ulh, Nebraska .
I am prepared to accommodate the public with
llorjes. Lamages, liuggies and a 'o. 1 llear.-e
n foort notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
will run to.thesteaniboallanding, and to ail part
ot'the city when desired.
January 1. 1671 dJtwtt
RATES REDUCED TO 3. PER DAY
Day Boarding, per week, 8 5.00
Boarding and Lodging, per week. 7 to 10
tree ijast lor the use ot tne guests of tbe bouse
Lot xssuKY S. JiSET, Prop's
y o ek: store-
The best and most complete
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS-
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to oar new eiyies oi
BLEACHED COTTONS, ,
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YA -S BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous customers. large stock of
HATi AND CAPS,
ml 1 Sargent & Co.
gjra g jw -AWt-ay wvw
WE would incite Dealers and the Pub
generally to rail and examine our stock of
before purchasing elsewhere.
Mr. Sargent having had the experience !
twenty years in manufacturing all kind of
Knans. we are confident of giving entire satisfac
tion to all who may favor us with their patron
Soap exchanged for grease, and delivered in
any pa oi the city.
Uas.i paid tor renaerea tauow ana ciea
bo Works. Kearney Ward, near Ferry fit.
Ijrid , ebrask. City.
J a 15dAwtf. J
R. H. Van Arman.
South Side Main, Bet. Second and
eps the best French Stock, and warrant
Those desiring work done in tnis line wiugiv
us a call, and get the best quality of wort.
ml. B. COVIJLT.
Ageutfor Nebraska and .'Vortliem Hanst:
GOOD TRAVELING SOLICITORS WANTED.
J. W. MARSHALL. Affent, i . , r ...
R. R.LIVIKOSTQy feed Fxkminer ? M TTSMOTfTH
Vholcsale Dealers in
WINES. LIQUORS AND BRANDIES
DOUBLE ATCHOIt WIILSKIEN, c'fcc'.
Best quality of Cigars and Tobacco always on hand
All orders promptly attended to.
AIN STREET, ONE DOOR WEST OF 1 HE RAILROAD TICKET.OFFICE
South Side Main Street - dumber O-V
PLATTSMOUTH CaSS CO.,v WeB,..
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