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D. n. WHEELER.
E. T. DUKE
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.IT FOOT OF MA IX STREET
Whole?:tle A- Rttail Dealers in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
JRON, STEEL NAILS AND
Itlueksuiitk Tools, Ac.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
BUCKS r A TEXT,
L 0 YA L C 0 OK
And Other First-Class Cooking
AM kinds Of .Heating Stvcs.
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stirinjr and Breaking I'lows
At Tct Coa; for Cash.
Our i rice' urc ns low as any house in the
LV3 A T MARKET,
THE UXUERr-rOXED HAS OPENED THE
STAR Z,L A RKET.
t his new stand On 3Iain ?troot, between Sth
a ml h soul h f wlicre he is rea iy
t- serve all hisold eusininers. and
us uuiuy m oiii'.' :. - may
him a call.
I keep on hanl nothing but the very
BEST OF MEATS
Ii I1 II EST PRICES r.UD FOR
-'.-Ton trn ;t. ni;i Ic l'r famishing larjjo 'juan-
i :i. a .l meat.
Ta!' anil u.
i 1 1: '. I A -Alt'.
A. C. 1IATT.
i'he I "ri'icrsisnoJ has on hand an J is
All kin.ls of
COTTOmVCOD LUMBER! !
.t hi.- Jlilli at the Ferry Lan.lingat riattmouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
F U R N I T U R E
And dealer in all kinds of
Furniture & Chairs.
HAIS STEEKT, (third door west of P 0
Plattsmouth - - - Neb,
Rerairing and Varnishing neatly done.
unerjl ttended at the shortest notice.
T"-- County Comn'issioner?. city antho hies, and
' we woul.t re-peot fully soiint your
.uion i of di-rptive pami.l let, and lirhnprn
. sent to the county clerks or county coin--loners
of different counties in the JStnte of
' -i.'kn. And especial atte ition is na'led to
n roueht Irnn Piers and Abntmer--. which
r, i.c put in cheaper than stone. ;Mt the
r intees tor ail t rioecs built b- thia Company
: ..lu.tice. Nebraska City. Keb.. Asent fr
- i-aska, Northwestern Missouri and South
o lem iovra will cnperintenJ putting ni
r.dre'. and mate ccntracte fur the lame.
E. T. Dl'KE.
T- - . " .v-T. vi
: -.!; ' .-. r.-i-'-.'i r -.t. -;
Vholceale Dealers in
WINES. LIQUORS AND BRANDIES-
Best quality of Cigars and
All order?" prnmT.tlv attended to.
AIN STKEKr. OXli DUOii WEST OF U
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
DELAVARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
IMvidcmls on i.ac Cozifribuiion IPlan,
Securicj the Oreatect Pecuniary Advantage to the Policy Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING l?J THIS COMPANY :
Tiis is a V estern Coinriany, managed by Western men, whose known finananc ial charac
ter, ability and position, nilonl ample guaranty lor its careful aud suuccelul management.
2d. Its lolites are all iiii-lorlilni.
d. i'reiuium nil oiiIi. It receives no notes and cives none. Policy holders have no interest
to pay, and no outstanding notes as liens upon their policies.
4th. Jt has no restriction upon travel.
6th. It? dividends are mado upon the contribution plan.
Cth. Its business is excluseiviy life insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest upon premiums paid, licnee the Company that loans its aseis
at the highest rate of interest can (rive you the largest di idouds. Eastern companies invest their
moneys at i percent., while this makes its in vc.-tments at twelve per cent, or more.
'1 ho udv.nitajrc ot Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following Etartlinj
figure.: The amount of SI.(.ka), invested fortilty years at
per cent, compound interest, is $ 1S.4 J0.15
" " 4';,'.hii.;4
l't " " " " 117,;t5.Ho
12 " " " " 31S.m--H.Mr
It is obv ious thn.t thi company ofTorii jrrcuter financial advantages and inducements to the
policy-holder than any other company in extetunce
TI D Mackav. Prt-sident.
I M Swan. Vice Pra.-ident.
Dr J L Wevcr, Jlcd. D tor,
ficorpe A Moore, Secretary,
J Jones, Ass't Secretary.
II L .iewuian, Treasurer
D Sh;re, Leavenworth. TCan,
.1 F Kichards.
II II llammoud "
II D Mcckay, Leavenworth Kan.
I M Swan,
(ieo A Moore,
1) W J ewers.
M S-ri'-klcr. Jurotion City ico I. Davis. St.
Chas Hobinson, Lawrancc, J Mcrrift,
V . lludlcy, " K Hastings.
2il li Tilorgan
Gen. Agcutfor IVebraslin and .oriIieni Ka:isc
GOOD TrIAVELMG SOLICITORS VANTED.
W. IIAHSH ALL, Agent, r, r - frr"'i
R. LIVIO3X0:i. tied Examiner i 1 '"q 1 i SmtiUIJ a
f-lontli Hide jlalu direct - - Tusiibcr S
PLATTSPJ3UUTH, CaSS CO., eB.
AND NEW FIRM !
Call and see latw cltcsxp C?oojI cai? lie ko3I
TODD & EATON'S,
Dry Goods, Groceries? Clothing, Notions
Ckfts, Sahtcljr:, Sfifotlru, Silver S htcb ScEtart, Stnskal
Instruments & Spectacels.
Agents for Osn?, I'ianos, McloJuon?, anl Sewing Machines of all TJe;t Makers.
.Tl.iiia Street, Opposite Rrooks Ilone.
Wanted, City, County and Territorial Warrant?, for which the hishes market
Trice will be jaid. Sept. 7th, vtCm.
South Weeping Water, Neb.
HATS. CATS COOTS,
SHOES. NOTIONS, ig..
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER,
SUINGLEo AND LATH.
V-'o are Agents for
Willcox &. GlSte Sewing Machine,
Thich is undoubtedly the nest Machine now ir
ESSAYS FOR VuL'NMi MEN. on the d"
iichtsof Home, and the !ropriety or impro
priety . of pettim; Married, with sanitary hcij
fortuose wholcel unfitted for mairiinoni.il hr.
finess. Sent tree in sealed envelopes. Address
IUV AUD ASSOCIATION. Bos 1'. I'hiladel
tun 1 uinly.
In Running Order.
f-Tde;re to announce to the public th I now
" ; e my Great meiican Ten Inch Double
bine w ater heel in lu'l operation, llar
nllrrvetted :cy mill throupliut I am now pre
miir dto do beticr by ay customers than any
rsin th isutc.
Tobacco always on hand
HE RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE
II A Calkins, (lencrnl Aeent,
W K JIarvey, Con.ctuar,
T A llurd. Attorney.
II L Xwman I.cnvenworth Ka
W E t'hemberlain. " "
T A llurd.
E It Allen,
C A '"erry. Wes'on. Mo,
i W Veal, Topcka, Kansas.
.1 M Price Atchison, Kan.
W H Stchhins, "
z'l 1 Sargent & Co.
WE wouM incite Dealers and tho Pub
generally to cill aud examine our stock of
S O .A. S ,
before purchasing elsewhere.
JMr. Sarpcnt havinjf had tho experience J
twenty years in manufacturing all kind ot
Soap. Wp are confident of piviasr entire satisfac
tion to ail wno may favor us itU tkeir patron
Soap exchanged for grease, and delivered in
any pa of the city.
C;'8i paid for rendered tallow and clet
nh Works. Kearney Ward, near Feiry ft.
Brid , Neir:isk City.
Juit Pu blimhed, it a ,:ait :l rnre hpc. l'ri:e Cctn.
A Lecture on the Nature. Treatment, and
F.adical cure of permattirrhiea. .r t-eminal
Wc.:kne.-, Involuntary Ir.miion-". Sexual le
l ility. and Impeuiinent? to Marriajm generally;
Ncrvousnes". l'on!uinpiion, Eidlepsy, nd r its;
Mental and l'hi?ical Iucjpdcity, ri-.-uitiiiir from
?clf-abuse. Ac. By Ko iert J. Ctilverwell, M.
Dr. author of the "Green BroU.' A'c.
The world rcnouneil author, in this admira
ble Lecture, cleat ly proves troin hi own exper
ience that the awful coceuence ofelf-ubuse
may be etfectually removed without medicines
and without daii(ferou surgical operations, bou
fries, instrument, ring- or coj Jials. pointing
out a mo-ie il cure at once certain and e :k ctual
by which every sufferer, no matter what his con
dition may be, may cure himself eheapty, ri
vately. and radically. This lecture will prove a
bo n to thousamls and thousands.
Sent ui der seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt ol six cents, ot
two post.ttre stamps. Als-j Dr. tulvcrve l'e
"marri -pe guide,' price 23 cents. Address th
CHAS. J.C KIKE
Ti Bowery. New York, ox St,
DerW iz wly"
Two new smokins car3 ariiveJ ior the
B. & M. in Nebraska th
Tho lijtllance of the irifuranr.'o money
72,000 on the Insane Acy'um, was
jai( to the Comnji-;oners ye.-tcr'Jay.
IV. Livingston, of this city, has or
dered a quantity of the cole! rated cancer
cure coriduranpio which U just now at
trnefiii2- kiii eh attention from the
medical f.icuhy of the world.
The town of Crete, was oraniz?d as
such, n dny or two since ly the election
of a hoard of truces Cl--;k, Treasurer,
C'ily Attorney a. d Marshal. Our cor
respondent '"Ye Ancient" S. F. Coor-cr
wa.-s cleefed attorney; hi-; partner Mr.
Baker, Clerk, Burr, Treasurer, and
Frank William? Mar.-hal.
Gov. James Scott, of Ohio ; John J.
SafilyFq., of la, and I. II. S'.unreon,
of St. Lou":?, Mo., Government Com
missioners to examine the B. & I. K.
in Neb. arrived in the city yesterday
and will at once proceed with their work.
Several persons were inclined to bo
jovial at our expense, because we spoke
of the new cars which arrived yete:hir,
a smoking ear-. They thourrht they
were too fine fir that use. We n.srre
with them, but then the B. & M. folks
have every thins of the best.
Just as we po to press we learn that
a saction hand on section number two
was run over and his left leg cut off just
above the ancle.
Married, at the residence of A. L
Child in I'lattsmomh, September Cth
171, by Judee Child, Mr. Joseph W
rctit to Miss Elizabeth Snyder.
We have been shown a specimen of
the lime from Mr. Lamb's new patent
kiln, which is superior to anything we
have seen in the west.
The Statistics show that something
over '30,000 people have been added to
the State of Nebraska by immigration
during the present season. How long
will it be. at this rate, before the propo
sed constitution will not bo " too big for
the body" it is made for.
Galamus McCarty, Esq , of Ulysses,
Bntler County, is in tha city. He re
ports Butler county settling rapidly by a
well to-do class of people. He says the
people of that, section are almost unani
mous for the new Constitution, and the
more they know of it the mere they
The Omaha Tlerall denies that it has
endeavored to ridicule the meetings held
in that city in favor of the n?w constitu
tion. We wish to do the 1 lentil per
fect justice in the matter, and we admit
that it is less guilty in this respect than
its neighbor, the Hrjittlh'ein, yet we do
not reckon it as entirely blameless in this
S. Bloom has jut received a stock of
the latest styles of clothing by express.
Call and examine them. Newman, the
popular manager of the Elephant Cloth
ing House, is always wide-awake on busi
ness matters. He has opened a branch
houe.at Crete, where the ever accom
modating J. M. Wolf accommodate
the people with "Xo. 0? mit out stock
ings," or anything ele in the clothing
line they may desire.
John W. Coirothcrs anived to-d; y
from the Republican liver, where he
has taken a homestead. lie will remove
his family as soon as he ran get a hou-e
built. His location is near the mouth
of Prairie Dog creek, fifty miles south
west from Kearney. Carrothers reports
that country settling rapidly, and says
he fears it will be traversed by railronds
before he is ready fur them befo.e he
gct his farm ready to ship produce.
Thirteen homesteads were taken in that
immediate vicinity dunns ten days he
wa there, and he met as many more
families on their way there during the
first day of his coming homo.
We are requested to announce; that
owiucr to the house not yet being ready,
Mrs. Martindale has been compelled to
abandon the proposition of teaching a
select school in the 3d ward, as the reg
ular term will commence in about three
weeks. Mrs.M. would return her sin
cere thanks to the numerous friends wl o
have interested themselves in her behalf.
and very much rcgivts that clr.uimstanccs
have prevented her complying with tlu ir
wishes, although, no blame can attach to
any one for the failure.
Said in Omaha, last week, that his office
(Auditor) was worth not less than $1,
500 per annum more under the old con
stitution (counting perquisites) than it
would be under the new. How is that
for high salaries under the new consti
tution. FA 1,1, STOCK
Clark Sc Plnmmcr, who regulate the
prices of all first-class goods in this
market, are receiving a lanre stock cf
Fall and Winter Goods, selected with
care especially for the market. You
should call'and examine their S:ock and
prices, in order that you may be posted,
even if you buy elsewhere.
o tiM.vr; HAiinrr.
A private letter from a prominent citi
zen of Nebraska City says: '"The new
constitution is gamins rapidly, rind only
needs to be discussed to receive a unan
imous vote." Such are the words we
hear from almost every locality.
Chas. Sponsler, runner for the Platte
Valley House, got his leg and font bidly
hurt this evening while making his ac
customed trip to the 4 p. m. train. Wc
did not learn the particlars.
From all parts of tha State wo receive
reports that tho people are becoming
aroused to the importance of carrying
the constitution. Thev see the ciTort
being made by designing politician-: to
defeat the document;, and they are bc
p uning to understand the reason there
for. There is no question as to the adop
tion of the constitution if the people turn
out. The only danger :s that thev will
remain too inactive. Let the people
arise Jn thmr mibf it- tbli tt,r on.l -
press their choice as between the old and ,
the new. i
mi l r snmi:.
Bucks' is emphatically a fruit store,
notwithstanding they keep a good as
sortment of groceries, etc They have
the finest assortment of fruits ever in the
city. Apples weighing a pound and a
quarter, and pears that make your
mouth water to look at theiu. Call and
coxtkact s on tijs: si:v ixsixr.
Kinfs A ?iif: tl:c Surccs .f! EitNIerf
W T C..... IT.-. Ct.,
IU l-tilll lll'll. L dli:, j
one oi tho Asylum I omnnssioners that
the contract for the building of the ne w
Insano A-ylura was let jesterday to
Messrs. Bines & Price, contractors of
Lincoln, for the sum of :?o',7u..). There
were eight bids, this being the lowest hy
some $.j,Odi.. Tlie f jundatiosi walls are
to bcoinplet.d by tb.e first day of" Jan
uary, IS 7'.
On the 2ith tilt, the Picsidetit ap
pointed as Commissioners, on behalf of
the General Government, to examine
a:i 1 report upon the condition of t lie B.
Si M. B. II. in Nebraska,. Dr. James
Scott, of Lebanon, Ohio, Maj. John J.
Saptly, of Iowa, and Tsaac II. Sturgeon,
of St Louis, Mo. Thcso r.ece.-ary in
structions wc-ro signed by th? Acting Sec
retary of the Interior, on the and
the Commissioners are expected to arrive
in our city in the course of a few days
to proceed with the examination. They
will report upon the first sixty miles of
the road and perhaps the first eighty
For Nebraska Dcrald.
oi.: A SO X K IV.
"T)'omnn'!i Iiljlts" Half Won,
In looking over the old constitution
you will see that it required as qualifica
tions to a seat in either branch of the
Legislature, first, that the person n.u.-t
be a male citizen ; and second, an elec
tor in the district for which lie was
By the new constitution the qualifica
tions for Senator are,
1st. The Senator must be a tc-so:t.
12 1. Must be 2 years of age.
3d. Must have been an iult-iltant of
the State for two years next before his
e'e'tion, and the last year thereof an
i ihah't tnt of the distiict fiom which he
is chosen as a Senator.
These are the qualifications required
for Sona'or, while iu regard to lleprc
seutatives there arc no qualifications
whatever as to sex, age or citizenship,
u:ibr the n:w constitution.
For Representative, Cass or any other
county, can send whoever she prefers
men, or women ; nor is any di.-trict con
fined to its own bounds in the selection
of a Representative. You may if you
sec fit. import your Representatives from
any other county, or from another Stat-',
or from a foreign country and that with
out naturalization. Nor need you be
particular about age.
Ifsome CL-n.-titueney in the State
should avail themselves of tlu latitude
thus given, an I elect Mrs. Cady 1?.
Stanton to a seat in the House, jt would
be worth a thousand tulles travel to see
her inarch in with female grace, and
dignity, as-ume her rights, and with
her cutting sarca -ni silence those, if any,
who might be disp ised to talk her down
and vote her out.
While a boundless latitude is gtyor, Jn
the si-lection of Representatives, it is al
most as unlimited, in reality, in regard
to Senator. True the Senator must be
twenty-five years old and an in!tthittitt,
and must be a pemoi; but may be a
male, or a female person ; may be a citi
zen by birth, by adoption, or may be an
alien, merely residing here for business,
without becoming naturalized.
Of course, i i-as-mm h as the section
on rtie qu i'iii'." r. ion of Senators uses the
pronouns ''he" and "his," it might bj
supposed that none but men could be
Senator. And such would be the legiti
mate inference in any other composition.
But such a view would not be sustained
by the u.-ago.s to which these pronouns
are subjected in other parts of the con
stitution. '"He," "his" and "him" are
apjlied to both sexes in many cases.
For instance, in the Bill of Rights, sec
tion 10. No person, in criminal cases,
shall be compelled to give evidence
against In'msiff. And in section 0 a
person accused shall have process to
compel attendance of witnesses in his
behalf; and again in section 23 "All
courts shall be open, and every person
for any injury done him in his lands,
goods, person Sec , shall have remedy by
due course of law, " In these cases
the personal pronouns and thecompound
"himself" as used by tho framers of the
constitution, convoy no idea of gender
That is, it is not intended by the Bill of
Riirhts to afford protection to males only.
This idea is so evident that no person
can dispute it.
The framers have frequently used,
flcncralh 7'geJ, tho word "persons" as
their collective noun, and although "per
sons" is of the common gender, as put
down by-some grammarians, i. e. a word
that embraees both genders or cither,
yet the framers have applied to it pro.
nouns on!y in the imnseulsno fender.
For instance, in sec. 23, "All courts shall
be open and every person i" r any injury
done fu'm ;., ands &e.'' Here the
word "person" means boih sexes, nor is
that meaning changed by the improper
use of the pronoun '," and "'iV
And the case is exactly the same in re
gard to qualifications for Senator. The
real import of the laPiiurse f section 7
is : that any person whether ma'e or fe
male, who is twenty-five years old, and
who has resided fir the last two years in
the State and the last year in the dis
trict is eiiiuble to a seat in the Senate.
Should thenew constitution be ratified
by the people (which we think doubtful),
but should it be, we hope some inde
pendent constituent"? will break through
the barrier of olden prejudice, and rive
us a specimen of female legislation. For
a party in the minority in any disfriet. it
would be a sure road to success. Lot the
majority nominate their party hacks and
then let the minority take a' "new de
parture"' by nominating the best woman
"? ?eir Lstnct' M
at "ome -ld and New.
Legal Notice !
Thorni" C. B-y nohi-s. Sydney fhaekcl.'ord, j
.Tohn L. I'innev and Wm 11. Iinney. nor-rcs-i-dent
defendant", will tnko notice that John
t'firistianst-ii ot t'ass county, did on the li'ih
day of Aii-rns't lTl tile his petition in the Iis-trii-t
Courl-d Judicial District in and for Cass
c v.inty Nebraska, avainst said defendants.
1 hat the oi-.iect and pravcr of said petition
to o'ltain a decree of sai 1 court ilc'arins a
certain trust dee t on lot number ti it; oi"-k no.
1:! in 1'lattsiuouth Citv Cu-.s county N elon.-k.i.
executed by Kei;nout L. Kand-ill at.-l Anna h
Kaudall to Thomas C KcynoiJs who at the
time oi execution and delivery ot" Fail
tr::t d-ed w as a partner of the linn of bne'- el
ford I inncy .V Co. and that suid tn.r"j:aire
an I trust deed was piven to secure a
pa t ic-M; ucht due and owiri to
sai.t l;r:a" frot?i sail Krcnnont L. Itan
:!!! ;'i! I Ann i L I iu la!", to be fully paid oil"
a:i 1 sat"s!ied nii-1 tin- cloud re-iu; opon
I'laintUl's" tit'.t to said lot t' in block i.Sin 1'latts
MaXWcll. i ou:h Citv ' i?i nty, Xclua-ki tn;i'- be f-r-
, fuiiy confirmed ind.uniete..
JOilN CilKISTIANSLV. By
rdASWi:i.L A- Chai-mas .Jljs. a'.'.lTwtt
Ve ask the attention of the public to the
stock ot spring Roods we are opcr.inir. iVc have
taken preat care in the sclcctioi of none but
first-class goods, and from first hands, we buy us
low as they can lie had in the market for cash.r. id
we shall sell at prices that we puarentee will
Five entire satisfaction to all who may rive us a
call, coiae and see an 1 von will be convinced.
CLAKK A; PLUMMKK.
J. U nUlTKKY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Is receiving and bason hand (at tho
old stolid of White A: Dultery s
Soutn udo Maia Street, Flatt.-nioutb. Neb
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of Drnirs. Medicine-, Paints. Chemical
Lead. Varnish. ConlOil. Ti.-h "il. Maoh'ne
Oil. fJarplins Oil. Castor Oil. Neatsfo t
Oil. Whale Oil. Linaeed Oil. Lard
Oil. Kssentinl Oil. Cod Liver il.
and a large varie: c
tions, (' 1'anly
and 'ilet Arti-as
PATENT MED GINES
Hall s Christie's .'Ic
Lain's. .Morse's, ltakor's
MTistar's, Wriirht's, Wake
field, tiuvsott's. iVrrv Davis
Itoback's. I'eti't"s. Jlr. Vinsh,w'
Ir. WiiieueH's llostet'er's. l.r!ik"s
VraMace's. West's and ottlie most popular
Patent Medicines in use at the present day.
BrandissWinss and Vhiskic
Of the Kest Grades and qualities, strictly for
Red or Rose, Green. Tllue, Black. Analine. In
diso. Madder. Ks tract Locwood, Iry
Woods. Ac. In fact everything
that is ncrded in the dr'ae
or Medical line.
Carefully compounded and put up at all hours
All Drtijs warrented fresh and pure. Call be
fore buying, and see what I have to scX
Flattsmcutb, Feb. 2ith.diTrtf.
Plows! Plows! Flows! Plows
Way 222 mi C:iriir:.
in announcing to the.
public that they have .secured tho scrvi
es of that 1'u.necr Plow Manufacturer.
Who is now enned in t-'c-r.-h jp in viv.faL-tnr-itii-
a l etter article, at lower prices, than can be
had from any eastern !.iai:i!'.ict;iry. .t'nc prcat
auv.-intai.-c j'ainr-i by patMni.iop this firm is
that you not only pel a bettor mole at hoi-,.)
s-, ;it you are p-.i'roninnp ll".M 1. .UA- I. -
I K 1' , where every -'ol'sr ot tiic m-'iiey
remains m the ?tat-'
WILL FIN r ;tr.r PTART.TN- ACCOM
MODATION AT I'll -J
Farmer's Feed Stable
orr.T of f i th rnd Vir.e Ptrect One Lb c
North ofihe I'rohbyteriac Church, Tl ttsiiiou'
in l is s
Iuttcry Si Lazenby Ihops.
LIVELY SALE & E.XHAMGS
j5-The brt of Horse--and Bucsics on hand. " I
Cori.cr ine and iourth street.
"A rsTASi.t.:ir.3 in iaoi.
J E W E h R Y
flLVKR AND ll.AliD V.'AK!-;.
GOLD 1'KXS .:i'CTACLi;.S.
VIOLIN STKl.NGS AND
Watohe". Cloeksand Jewelry repaired nentl
nd with disnatch.
f. ?,liemoved to orposito l'latto Valley House
U---i:ir t. nov. niwtl.
FUR N I TURK,
LOUHGES, SAFES, TABLES,
OK ALL Dr.SCEIPTIUXS AXU AT ALL PRICES.
r.Iclalic Burial Cases.
WO l) Li EN COFFINS
Heady Made, and Sold Cheap for Cash.
With many thanks for past patronage, I i:i
ito ell to call and examine my larc stock of
niture and ColTins jan.St
CHOCEWES & PROVISION !
MAIN sin LET.
Where you can buy almost every thins
,. Frcsli, JFruitm
At the lowest Prices fjr cash. Highest
price paid for Country Produce,
Butter, thickens, ccc. kc.
Goods Delivered in the City
Free cf Charge.
I'frki.vs' New Pehool Hook,
"The s.omr Leho," promunc-
ed 1 lie hesi work of its class fir I ji
the followiiiit reasons: "The '
Mu-ic is all new 1111 1 lresh: every
I'iecc is a wcil-kno.vn House
hold 3c!od 1 ii'h as. "Jlnvp."
Ofroai ho ui
:o!iic," " Wiie me a letti 1 ' 1
rown . enroll. ' etc. It W
contains twieeas many fconfts as
r:Mi be found i ti other works.
1 be music is ? cleef I from sixty
T f 'ur authors, and err not tilled I I
-1 N up with on- --nthor's coir. pot i- J 1.
ti "is. i'ric"1 T.i cents inch, or
fr7 fsi per dozen Sample copies
mailcl to loaenors tor t cent
t Liberal arrangements for intro-
"VA uuetion. Ad-lre-s.
J. L. PKTEF.
o'.D IJroa-t way, N. Y.
2.C; r. G2LLCTTC
General A;-ent Dcp't Northwest,
Union Central Life
Of Cincinnati Ohio,
J. II. IT.SS30N.
Reck EIuiTs, I7eb
S'prin Term Commences
Pap'lsof e:lh''rscx wi'I rc.vvve t'oironpli nn 1
paid to Priiiisiry si
ioi. fiere. i .irucn'.ar aUcn-
?v'io!.l bu ks famished free cf sit to rl
GOOD l:OAV.TINu CAN PP. OlVi AINLI
AT R A S CN AD L F. P. -: .
I. I. 1 A 1
CY BEST i'A TAZ VOKLD.tv) i
i:cw Tori OSco, 7 EEEKMABfisT?
rW I l.L fnrni par! ic.: it ii i ti" fir ' 'i:! n-j
pitr os. -it rt -a-oiial-'c r :'o.-'. at my r t t ,ri v or
di livere i on t lie t :T at I."" i- ii Ic t; n ,r
Jblio.'vi tr kill' Is r.'i :i I " !..'. I on -liort ic .f ice. .-il is,
caps, perch r. " k, I .;:'" i -! snul s'.ioc s'i. h it
its ii.-i j l!i IS. A M 11. I'.. iii t!ic iTi'-iri"..
; -i. '1 oir st :i w rl. . ,11 re- poiisibln
orders promptly tilled' A d-i. -.,
J. r. A. i!nii pp.'
inltn tf l.oiil- vil'c Stut'or-.
In the in;.!'cr of ('ic t -tnte of Oa-por M-!n !' J
. censed. Appti'itb!i bus tSt-t ..iv Lccii t:i (...
f'r the ai'point iik'ii ol'.l.i -i I, Y.tii.-vy. (-i,
Admitiis'riirtor on s-ti I c-t.itc, r i -. i r I p i
interi'Sfoil in s 1 l.-'.-uc. mc hi-r-l-v no!i:ic-l'
that the S:h .! iy i s( tciiiln r. at 1'P a. -n ls71.
is hereliy s. t 1 T li' .ii i' nt'd deoi liio- on said
Mpilic! A. L. I ii ! !.!.
nir,-!s l.vw.Iiv 1 roli.ite (liid-c.
1 f :
"70TICK is hereby p-'vi u that in pi'r-!ia"crtf
il 11 t'-lcrram rccci i-Mr.'i-i l.:s Jlnuor ( e .
1!. Lake, ,!'! lk'ciiti'l I '.: li.-ial Disi rii-t ot ' .Vebran
ka '1 lie .s..j,riinl,i.r i-i ni 1 1 1' - a 1 I'oirl, in an I
lor Ca-s co';i.;y is hcrc'iv ao'joi'i ii" l uot-l lit..
- '1 h day of Si (ten Lor i Tl . t ivh ieh time nil
Jurors I'oiet'iri re si(tnn,( in .1 ttt .f rv t s.iid
term ill nppinr w i lioat lnrtb.-r i'"ti'-c.
IS I A" I ' 1 1.1. A LI', Clerk.
By J. M. LV j:ii.h v, I'cp't.
a.;::nis wanted for
4 NEW honk hv .Lime--Pari n. .". h'
j tlie sn.'i c.--:ii men i. Atii'-nci, I'o-".
v.oioltTliil inv nt iot.s, il i-iovcrii and ml o-v-ments,
sli . n;- how miiiiir i" Ic ar-' i. n 1, iiol.lo
cb'iracler. i :- u 1: i ! y. ;ucl p".l.!ic spi.it, !i;iv.
eontribiitcil to the a I vancf-ficnt of t'10 worbi
Finely iliii-iratcd . intensely int'-i and
very instructive A rare l aam c f ir agents,
"rend lor eii ivilars, i rd note onr -r 1 t-irm ,
M. A. I'AUKKH A- CO., I'i.I li -hi 1-.
hn Madisun St., Chica-o. Ill
',. !s. Lady Acn Is wiinieij to se'I th rr;a:
cst miik on th-j the sui ject ever ublished.
WOMAN AS A WIFi: AND MOTHER.
By Pye It. Ch iv ...... 31. D. A work whiclj i
I'laeed in every f 1 mi iy, will s-ive th'i li ve n
thoijs-mdy t -Motliers :in l ei: it -; yciriy. I
you wa.it to Iili'ke money, an 1 (!o irood. s ml .-
once f,,r our eii .-uiriri aii'l t- rin -. i.ix i led li ce.
Ail; 2'.) w".t
107O 5 070
Thiladclphia z rrrlo Hailvray.
'.'inter Tima Table,
On and nflcr Motolay, T:iy '.V'l'n IsT ). the train
.n the rhil.-idclphia J 1 1 I hri's L'ulroad will run
n follows Iroai fen -j 1 van il Kail road Depot
Wi.vt l'bila 1. tphia:
Mail Train l" ive" Philadelphia,
Eti- Exp. loaves I'hi'a.'.elpbi,
" ' r rr at l.i m-.
Elmira mail, i'-h-.-i- 1 'ii ' -V 1 ia.
W I! I port.
V) 2' r
S 00 :i 11
7 4 pm
1 ) : a M
S I '. p ,.,
7 - a m
7 "'I a m
ii p in
.it- KocC l!-u en. 1
1" p i t
VfUl I-.i!j?lo nun: I. :ivh iiii-.t.-..p.,rt. 1 :m p n.
" " " ai r at Lo -I: Haven, 2 I p 111
K si w v;;f.
:.I.-il T'r'.n leave? I'.';'. R a n
' illiam ; ort, . a 11
air at I'hi! : lolpbi.i, ii .:o a 10
Eric E::prcss leaves Lric. '.' t"i u 10
" " " iiiiaic 'port, S 1'vai-i
' " arr.:t Phil.i'b-lph.n. ,i .'.n p to
Elmira mr-il leaves V il i i i m-j ort, '.' I"i a 1.1
a:-r at i 1 1 : 1 t J --li liia, !."') p in
IlttHalo express leaver il! i-i fn-'p-ort, lJ L'" a in
II ! 1 i-; oi'-. 10 a im
" " nrrnt 1'iiila ielphi.i, !i Si a m
Laid Kalc mail li avi sl.erl: Haven, 11 a m
" " " arr at ill urn .-p r, 1J ' p m
Laid DijIct jrp-.-.Jcav" L Haven, ! '.'' l !'i
" arr at W il. ia o;-p. .r. bl.Vijiin
Exirc-s, mail en 1 Ac-ommodat :on i .i t mi l
west, oonneet at Corry, 1111 i all west bound
trains and mail and ii' eonn.io bit ion east e
Irvineto'vn v. iiii Oil Creek and All' i-ahtny Liv
er K:i ilr- !-!.
J f.I.I A M A. Il i.Ti-,ri-,
General Supoi intcnd'jr.t.
SUFilMER TERM FOR 1871.
Commrnrcs June Di'.h 1S71.
Chicaso Avenue, Cass county Nebraska.
Prof. Adolpbc d'Alleni.md. Proprietor
and i'riticipnl, Assisted by a'olo
' J 'II IS Aca lerr.y is now i n sitocc-. ful ''ppei a
1 ti .n.iind . tiers at luo lerate terms tlie u-unl
U'l vantages of u
' I 'he'eoure r.f sftdy embraer.' every i.-an ii
A of a thoronth i;i:iish c-lii.-iiiou."toai-lhcr
oreir the modern l:u. iMiasr?. m r. ic, am! dra win v.
it tpiil.ctilar and rolcrciK-e addrt-stbe I'riin i
The ui dcrsif-Tic l has on Land alar;,-c aar.tity r
WHICH lIEOrFEKsi AT KEA SGNA r.I.n I-! (.CI t. .
on short notice, and f t my eua or l.n."th of
lUllOlo; UU'.UiilliJ'l iuiwlo
an bo hvl on short nnli-?o. C. UliliCL.
t - j,
I'ii I'.lrt; 1 n:id Tr-i
Genera- Lifj. Acoi-lei.t. I
Insurance A "rent, 'i i.l
nob m1'" in ::ic :'. - t ri ! .
I'nt!' d Suite.-- 0.:;i'-e opj
l.t"Siout.';, Sk'jt.i k
.:-. the I'.
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