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TO BUILDERS & OTHERS
THE PLATTSMOUEH STONE
Arc prepared to sitpplv the public with lime of
li;; best o, utility, at their work?, at the rates of
Thirty cent per Bushel
A tul when Larj-olled twenty-five ccnU extra
will b.j charted l i t barrel.
Unit i." i.t ii be li lt n itii J. W. Shannon. Piatt
mouth, Nebraska, or addressed to the subscri- !
t r r Box 'A'). Blattsmoi.th Neb.
.1. !.. LAM 15. i'rcj't.
Halt: toouth, stone au'l Lime Co,
fi j l i liwii".
100,000 FEET !
Th- un'U;r.-ignt-l hu3 cu Laud a Iitrgcqantity of
WH!'H HKOrt'IRj AT KKA30NAf.l.I l l-l Kf.S.
FALL AND WINTEI
LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, are g-jing to
To buy their
tin short untie:
ao. 1 for any size or length of i
Rafters, Studdings, Joists
bo li it 1 !) .-ii'irt ti
C. ! KISLL.
.:s r r .a. u hS2L
i n:; i NitKi:.-ii;:i:i ii.- openld tiili
ISI 15 "W Y O n IT STORE-
The beat and most complete
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS-
Arc cow on exhibition at the Xew York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
atlculion to our ucw btyles ot
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YA S BOOTS ANI SHOE
c-r" kiadsar.d it:.- to suit our numerous customers. ' larse (lock of
G ROCl- Id Lo,
HATS AND CAPS,
tn vr s'.m: ! n T-i'iH Street, LoUvcin
ti .-in n -i 1-. -ihi ie I.e is riv;y
:iv it. u n:r
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f. i.i:hia I-'.if th? ver;
BEST OF MEATS
JUS SOUR I VALLEY LIFE
70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
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ii! nHi .:;e.. lor Lit! .: ;it-l Vv e.-t I'"int.
t t in '.-lie :! Il i1' !":'! T I' .i ili - U. K. fur 1'eti
. . r i"";r::l i' . S:-nl:i mi'l I in-' ill '"lnr:i.
In .i:el Sew Me'xii-... At i'.rv:..!. with stum- fur
t irri :it .-w rit a at'-r ii. i!.'-- I'i -lii-ts. At IV'
il. i;. witll I t i'i r.il i'. !..:V:e nn.l
S-.i:: ti"ni I :::. mi ID. 1'. U. U. !"r i-i rim.e,
'ir'-ii:i t .'i!y. Hi l. iKi, White I'm". S.ier.nneiilo
f in I r.n.i i ('. :iii 1 I rii:i;i:il .-ilii-:- ia t'.-iiil'm nia
cv:i l.. 1 iiihu. rivi ;i :i:.-l Va.-liiti2:iti.
Tii-kets fur fui' r.t the ron:':ir, 's otiii-e cort:er
I liniil.im Kil l Jill ti :H"I l l"t "til' '-'.
'1'. V.. k- .(Jou'l tai.t.
T. L- Kimball '-::'l l:ss. Airent.
W. C. Th..in f-"- Ass't l'a.-M'iiBer AKent. Omaha
'J'lio U:i.Krsii:ttoJ lias on hairl an 1 is
C0TTGKW0 CD Lit tCF. S !
At hi. Mill at the lrry Lau.lins at riutt?mouth
Orders Frcmptly Filled.!
.J..hn Siiv.l-r :a, l .Mi.Vb.i ir r v. ill t l.o
I ..!:. ill t 1 -.iii ! t Mi l l 'I., ili i dil tile 1.
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to the Policy Holders
REASONS FOR iNSURSfG IN THIS CQSIPANY :
l. Tlii' i :i M'cn m ("uiiii.anv. m.tniise.l by Ve.-tera men. whose known liiKiiianeiuI cliarao
ter i.b'iliiy :unl fi-lii-'ii. af.-ini atnile Buar.iuty lor it eaielul ami fuecesiul luauafe'eiuent.
' '.i it l'oli-e.i are ail nn-lirl-i iik .
ii.l. l'r. iiiiuin :.il -a-Ii. it nvi-ive no notes ami 'ives none rohey holders have no intcrcft
t: .iv". nnd no I'.t.-taii linj notes i:s liens uihiii their polieijr,
l-'r'. il h:' n. i -.-tiii-tion i:"m t.-tvfl.
r.tii. Its.li-. i i. ij ! lire nia-lu upon the contribution I Ian.
0th! Its ousaie- - is e.elusri ly lit iusvr.iuve.
Are the aeenmulatiolt .f inlcrc: 1 Uf.t-n I.rcit.iatns p.ii l. henee the Company that loan us neis
the 'ii"l.et rate of inle-.-t .-ill. Kiee u the largest i.len.ls. h.islern CMtuiniiiie, mest tli'..r
ru.-ev i! fer.-eot.. while this makes it iitve.--tineii at twelve l-er eent. ;r iiior. .
T!a.iv..mnJ-ot U eVteVn investments to the l,liey hol ler ai..'.ea.- in Ihe lotlowing startling
f:.-i:tes: The aiu-mnt of il.itiM. invete.i tor l.lty j e:irs at
o i.'-r cent, coiuiiouiiu interest, l 5 o.l-'".K
i.) " " 1 1 7.. ti '.S"
)'.. " " " MS.tH-S.l-0
It is obvi-.n- that this company offer.- creator P.nancial alvai.f.ses and inducements to the
poliey-hoiuer liianat.y other cotiipany in i-xistaneo
A large ijutnbcr of ciuigrunt wat-cs
arrived ia thn city to-day.
Wo are glad to hear that Mr. Frank
Ierhaw is a little better.
O. II. Mathews formerly publisher of
tl.e AslilanJ Twits has gone to Pleasant
Hill, Sa!ii:e county, where he will gtarta
lit. w pai'or to be called the Argus.
Four i.rct:nct3 in bahne county give
I'j-t voles for the new constitution and
on'ylTjeuiiist it, 10 of those being iu
Our readers will remember tint a fine
gold watch was stolen from Dr. Doiielun,
of this city, nearly two years ago. The
watch tuvn'jJ up iu Council Bluffs, Iowa,
a .ho:t time since, and the Doctor now
carries the same old time piece.
The Republicans of Nemaha county
nominated their candidates for the vari-
rr 1... t...1Vt ,n ,l i. rvf
OUS CO'irit' OiIlCCS oy uuiiut nil ne-
tl,.. ..lition. Hon. G. W. Crow, is
their nominee forShoriif, and lion. ui. j
Daily for county Treasurer. Both are
good men and both art well, they are
all right, and will be elected triumph
antly. II. A. Bueil, of the Rulo Register,
has started a new paper at Arago, called
the J' cs. Buell can now say, partially
with Forney: I am publisher of "two
papers, both Democratic."
Mr. G. W. MayGeld has- opened anew
store at Greenwood station, on the B. &
M. Greenwood is to become a thrivinc
little place, being surrounded by an ag
liclturnl region that defies the world to
It is sta'cd that Col. Noteware, "f
Omaha, spent two weeks electioneering
against the constitution in two precincts
of Saunders county, and in one of the
precincts there were four votes apainst
the document, and the other one went
unanimous for it. Judge Sprague was
too many for the CM.
If you want a real "Household Bless
ing in Disguise," go to II. J. Straight's
and ak for one of those fire kind!' rs.
It will save its value every winter's
m--! ning; beside it Is a good prevention of
hard words and ugly thoughts. Try one.
Under the heading of "not conquered
yet," the Blair Times says the constitu
tion had only IS majority in that buryh.
We suppose it means that the peop:e
have not. quite conquered the politicians.
Well, if they ha ve not, they have wor
ried them somewhat, and about one
more siege will compter them.
Born, tn the wife of II. N. Orr, Esq
of this city, on the 21st inst., a daugh
ter. The official vote of Cass county .-hows
52S majority for the Constitution. South
a small majority
Bv ri'f.-raiice to our advertising
utiiiis it will be seen that Cou. t has
been adjoumjd until the 1-d. of October.
J? Li -A. J. -iST
The County Fair Grounds are now be
ing placed in fine or-br. New fences,
new building, new cattle yards, first class
half-mile track, and other features, will
be certain to draw a large crowd.
We have advices from Brown ville that
Johnson county has given 10D majority
against the constitution ; Gage is report
ed about even, and Pawnee and Rich
ardson are said to give about 3'X) majori
ty for the constitution.
Those who have subscribed for mem
bership tickets in the Cass county Agri
cultural and Mechanical Association can
obtain them by calling at the Herald
office, or at the office of either the Pre
sident or Treasurer of the Society.
The different vice-presidents of the
Cuss County Agricultural and Mechan
ical Association are requested to call at
the office of D. II. Wheeler & Co. or at
the Herald office, and get copies of
the premium list for distribution.
CSIANGE Ol' lK(iHAMJlE.
The B. !t M. Co. have commenced
the construction of a landing for their
ba'ges at the foot of Main street, an 1
will transfer all the business to that
point a- soon as the landing is completed.
Thcv will also change the landing on
the Iowa side to Bethlehem. This will
be an advantage to the city as well as to
the railroad company.
Nil I.I. A1IE.1I.
Nebraska is now recognized as the ban
ner fruit State of the Union, and she
well merits the proud distinction. Not
withstanding, the terrible destruction of
fruit in this locality by the hail, there is
ye t an abundance of fine fruit here. B.
F. llnbbs, Esq. of Rock' Bluffs, has pre
sented the Herald otli-e wit a a speci
men o f peaches (the mo,t difficult fruit
to produce in the State) which will com
pare favorably w th anything in the
Union. They arc a fine flavored, deli
cious fruit, and one of those brought us
weighs leu ounces. Who beats it?
PAWXEE NOT ElElilO FKOM.
Reni-rts from Pawnee county are still
conflicting, some claiming that it has
given -it):) for the constitution while oth
ers claim that it has given a small ma
jority against it. We await the official
returns from that county with interest,
i'..r lit.on it seems to hang the fate of the
& H Y
ll. T. D
E. T. Dl.'K
its . - '
Anl if you whl call on
-oucanee the beat and lutest improved
1 .1... C. . ... f flTl'l
I ihe one anJ two wneei. iiuu mo nv.
rear cut reapers ami mowers.
.: --ci y --,;-. ;.
i -"-s.'- -. .
;vr. . . - :- s i v; ,
be dropper and self raker reaperaud mvwer
Tbcil:ih harvester and reaper that to men
I eau cut ati'l bind ten neves per iny. with
one man to drive, ana an oi tacm u;a...i i--
JOB W O H K oii chttmllou reapcr e
II O Mark.:'-. Presiiletit.
1 M Swan. Vire I'l.'-ol.-nt,
Dr J LH ever. .Me l. i'Ur.
li.i.ir:.' A M it re. Secretary,
.1 Junes. Ass't Seeretury,
11 Ij :itija:i, Treasurer
II A Olkiii. General Aent,
" i: Harvey. C on. r ct m:rj,
T A llaiu, Attorney.
D Shtre, Leavenworth. Kan,
.1 V Itiehar.ls.
11 It Hammond "
1 lo is (. ,-irnev.
S M Siriekler. Jifetion City
('has Riitiin.-on. Lawranee,
W. lia tley.
II D Mc.-k.-iy, Leavenworth Kan.
i :.i swan. ;
lu'i A .Mniirt',
!) V jVuers.
(;. L Davis, St. Louis. Mo
K Il:tstina. "
u . J. IS. CO J 1U -i
igetiffor .ebr:i!haniiil Sorllieru ZLatiEC.
II L Newman Leavenworth K
W K t.'hemberlain.
T A 1! ur.l.
K l; Allen, " "
I.' A '"erry. Weston, Mo,
; W Ve:ii. Topeka. Kimsas.
.1 M Price At"hisi.n, Kan.
W 11 Sieb'uin:, "
GOOD TRAVELN3 SOLlClTOnS WANTED.
inar ' f..7TTSJIOfr:
W. MATISH'.LL. A
.1 v ..i S.-i,! ioi. n-r 1 . i . I j ' 111 kI,:i ",i m
i!-iri. t 1'i.uri i i the U .In ;: :-U t'l ?n srl I
t. r t'a- .1 ini-.y Nv'..r.i -V :i. a -:u-i-t .'ohti Sti 1
.vl.srlha li M.-ii T an i '.iivin II. I'arnieli. lie-!
f -T- inn'--. it:::-- I -rt!i thai the sai-t .loan Sny
r atol Mar' ha M'i-r. cave a iti'-nr ic- f j
' ai l Daniel faun !"H. ' ' n- w.-t ii.iii 1 t j
I' .-'-out (i ea-: iiuarti-r ao 1 ll: vm -t hall .1 the
in nil i:i-t nuarter i -f-eei: -a X". I i.i t ty Inn in I
'!'.. !l-i. in I J N-.'.iil of r.ll ;:- 1 ; l'-:'-t ' I ' lhl'. !
.M. in .-ii ' .'.i'.i::' y o '..-. :. . u:e thv pay-
i.:.-nl ot ;he s'.ua of I'iio '.y i:v ' 0 n .1 : 1 . Ins
:-f ! interest so-.-. iriiini: t" ai eiti i.i pmniis-ory i
nite lelerrel t in sail i,i.:r'v.ifiv and pi.iy- j
in:; t iia t sa ot .1 nun Mi r a n i .iian ni ,-ueirr
iii ay pav sail snoi in" elaitned in hi due with in
terest a'mi'i:ntii!s ' the .-ii'ii of wnliin
t-;e-t nt 1- per eent Hum the -T:h day ol Kcb
naVy 171. ' r tl.a' said premi-e may ''C S"l 1 to
i !" the same s ii l .li iin s-n.i ier an I M irtiia K
.i:m!it are ve mired t" :.:: i r li 1 petition on
or before the -i:h dav of Nov. 171.
DANIEL W OAMEKON
Uy M.WWF.I.L A Chai ma Att Sept.Jiw.it
f.-.4!--i ";' r---s-; -r;'7 K.'i .-V;i-V
HOYS A.VD CUILDHE.X'S CLOTUIJVG
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GG0DS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E
IMows ! Wows! Plows! Plow:
a:n;oii::i iiic; to the.
public that thcv have sc-cuteu Use m'ivi- j
-s oflh.it Fi.ncer Plow Mauu'ucturtr. -:trci:.
Who i now n-Msed in their shop nianntaetnr- I
inn a belter arti.ie. at lower prices, than can be
La 1 from any eastern nianul'.ietury. V'"'. Krc;fl ;
ii.lvaiitaie jtaine 1 l y put i oiiixinz this firm is i
itmt you not only (tel a helt.-r eriiele at home j
! ii-e. l ilt J 'jil are pa .roai. . i. ic '.o . .'i.-
l'ACll'K E. where every -)lJ:"r of the money
vetiiains in the State. tivrehlidjiwtf
tootle, Kar.r.a & Clark,
oll ancl Silver Coin,
U.S. siiitl other Slocks.
Second LoorEa.t of the Court llouss-
I.'i" I SI' 1'roniIwry.Ccutr.t.l Ulufs I jta.
mlh HUlii Z7Iaan direct - - jSimabvi O
PLA"bTSCjUTH, OaSS CO., reB
Bend precinct gave
The contract for the erection of tin
lunatic asylum ha-; been awarded to II.
D. Silver at s.",s,0iM), he being the next
lowest bidder to Reims & Price, who
failed to give the projior securities.
Another Printer arrived to-day at the
residence of our fellow typo, L. C. Stiles,
and its name is Hintvih.
The unanimous wish of the Herald
boys, while enjoyins the bountiful treat,
was, that she might live to be a j-y to
Iter narents, and a ble.-sing to society
as beautiful as her mother, as generous
as her father; and as social and sprightly
Wm. Kershaw, Esq. arrived in the
city Thursday evening, brought by the
sickness of his brother.
The articles on "Our Public Sc hools,"
which have appeared in the Herald
for the past few weeks, are attracting
much attention from tho-c interested in
educational matters, and we doubt not
they will have the effect to create, as
they were designated to do, a new inter
est in this very important subject- The
author (Rev. R. Fo.ter)is well known
throughout the State as an educator of
great ability, having spent many years
of bis life in the stu ly and practice of
the science of education.
1 We have received the fir. t uumber of
the Seward county Reporter, published
at the town of Sewaad in this State, by
Charles a Croney. It is a neat paper,
sound on politics and the new constitu
tion. We wish it success.
ii n ... t it. i' ... n r
Air. 1.1 eo. nan aii'i -ir. i m- v roy, oi
Dayton, Ohio, called at the Herald
sanctum this morning. They came
we.t with a view of locating, and will
take a thorough look before deciding
upon a location. Mr. Croy is a news
paper man of large experience, and will
probably engage in the bu-iaess in this
State. They were a part of ::ompany of
thirty excursionists from Dayton.
Don't forget that the Cass County
Annual Fair commences on the 11th of
October. Everybody will be there.
A II. & G. Buck have just received a
fine a.-.-ortment of Wooden and Willow
Ware, among which can be found some
of the late.-t novelties in this line. They
al.-o have a fine u-sortment of groceries,
canned and green fruits.
Bucks have exhausted that extensive
orchard ut Burlington, and they are
now drawing fiom a new purchase in II!-inoi-i.
The rush for their cheap and
excellent fruits is perfectly wonderful.
Judge J. Derham, of Abinsidon, lib,
Prof of Natural and Physi"al Sciences
41 1 II 'I .!.- .1-
in Af'ing'ion Loiiege, is m ine cuy, tue
gue.-. of his brother in-law, Geo. W.
Smith, Esq. Prof. Derham expresses
himself as well pleased with our State
ho Ilustell reaper and mower combined.
Te keep the Excelsior dropper and mower
Till! UREALD BOOK
The ren lition of this difficult cantata
last Saturday evening, at Fitzgerald's
Hall, by the Plattsinouth Musical A-so
iation, was a perfect success, iar sur
passing the expectations of the most
.sanguine. Mis.s Ella Crocker, as Queen,
outdid her-elf, especially in the closing
serene, where she rendered one of the
most difficult solos of the performance.
The character of Belshaz.ar was admira
bly rendered by T. W. Evans, while
Rev. Fo.-ter woull almost delude one
into the belief that he was the original
Daniel who interpreted the "hand writ
ing on the wad." Too much praise can
not be be.-towed upon Mr. Richard New
el, who Had charge of the musical de
partmen, and Mrs. J. C. Baker, to whom
belongs the credit of the dramatic ar
inriffenu t.t of the niece. When we ccn-
r- . ,
sidcr that this performance was entirely
of home talent, developed by a home
teacher, wo cannot but say that Platts
mouth boasts as fine musical talent as
can be found anywhere. We would be
pleased to speak of each individual who
took part in the performance, of Satur
day evening could we do so without do
ing injustice to any ; but where each one
rendered their part so near perfection it
is difficult to give the proper mead of
praise to each as an individual. The
large hall was well tilled, and the pro
ceeds of the single entertainment were
about $80. This will defray all expenses
and leave a reasonable sum to be ex
pended for music, etc., by the Associa
tion. We hope they will continue the
good work they have commenced under
such favorable auspices.
And the Esteriy single geur, sen i -per
and mower runs onehorce hunter tnan
aey other reaper.
lAfehtive the well known Masailiion thrnnhcr
with mounted power improved lor lbil.
. . ,
yTc keep tue Milburn waou on uaau.
.... . -
7e keep the Chicago larm pump, ior uceu
V weils and cisterns.
Vlso the Huckeve sulKy rate ana ia immi
revolving horse rakci.
UI floods and machinery i.liiv. l
jli ; to sivefiitisliiction.
Offieeon Main between --tti an t um nonu
Side, three doors west of Ur;.ok Dj'" ,.,. -
1-. J MLIELH.
A. C. MayCeid and Charles Vial, Trav.lia.
Agettd. J uue-A'a.v
,:. H HUTTKHY
VHOLK3AI.B iSD KKTAI
Is reeeiviud and has on hand tat the
oldjftatid of White .t 1'utteryBj
THE LARGEST AND
c.....t. r Tv-otre Af o.tlr-ine .. Pnints. rhrtine.il
Lead. Varm-h. lal i'i!. i i.n"u. .hhcii'hc
Ud flarpliinr Oil. Tastor Oil. Neat-lo f
Oil, Whale Jil. Linseed oil. Lard
Oil. Ks-ential Oil. Cod Livei ' il.
and a large vnrie: . c
tions. I' - . 1 anly
un 3 ' f ilet Arti' iis
JIT FOOT OF MA IX ST X ELI
Wholisulei ll. l..il De.i-ii i.
Hardware and Culhry, Sto;c:.
IRON. STE&L NA!Ll AND
Blacksmith To- -, S
Keep on hind a Larg'j Sic-:k
L O YA L V O UK
And Other first-Class LVjkiiij:
All kinds Of Haattag Slvc
Cosl or Wood kci.t c:j Li'i. t
JOB WORK OF ALL Is. i N 1 ' 1 i i.
MoLI K K-
Stiring and Hreikini; Vlowj.
At Net Co3C for C:i; u.
Our prices are as low a it y Loi.s
rtato. -J1 1
Would respeet fully infertu thn ciMfen:
i'l.ittsie.ooth iiie.l VI' inity that ti :::: o'--Dispein-ary
at itmahn.. X.rasl- . wte
titnts euii Ret reliaiile treatBiejittvir Ilnul
Particular attention jmi i to
AH DUetwvfthe Lvnp.
.-'Linn, Iironehitis, Coii-nmpiK-'.,. I' ; t
U ravel. Paralysis. L.h of oiee, ai !:;
l-'ever. Seres, liiii uiiiatisti:. ; i
Ji'cur.il'ria. T-u-mirH, ih.i
l rh.ra. Dropsy C -
tjiiii. i. old
lltrl. 12 il - .
liotl-Ie-.-s, hi, ' i:-eu
1C''1ik s, 1 7 1 - s pel. i.-. .N'-i
vou JJeprtssioii. D;ie..n. . .
tivenei-s. Liver oinplaiM. .- .
Wccnesi:. nil l'riv.0 c dv e.-i- :, I
Wouib i-iel ail 1 eiiu.io e unpioiiiis,
Swollen Join's. Ctituru.-', O
Swellings, St.. ilus Diuiee.v;. , .
'Ihe Doctor is pi niiai mlii iocalci eb v--.
pay particular utteution,
and h'.I Buppre- imis atnl Irresulari! . -.
other deases peculiar to wouh ii. I
havebeenui.d.-. t rentuieiit ot other ; -and
have not been eure l. are invite ; - .:!
I cure all private iliscascs no mat!." ! i".
Ions etaudinir, und ( urts
XO J'A Y.
Cull ana see the loetnr wilhout d. '. r. '
chHi-ees tiro moderate and con mil lal -oi. !:
All coiinnuiiicatioiis stiietly eontido : 1
peiisary and conullaticin r "'in No. -' i '
street, corner Fourteenth. Jae ho u
h i.;tol p itt..KO. V.-tx No. I.e.
F U R N 1 T U R I:
The Brownville Advertiser, under the
management of Maj Caffrey, gives a
terrible war-whoop over the supposed
defeat of the new constitution, as fol
'The long struggle is over. The
voice of the sovereigns has been given
expression to. and the constitution pre
pared i'or them by hands itching for
plunder and hearts eager for the emolu
ments of place, has been buried under
fully three thousand majority in the
State. Glory enough for one day."
"Hearts ca-rer for the emoluments of
place " is good when applied to the body
of gentlemen selected, as a rule, lor
the r personal worth, and without l t ga'U
to party polities: but "hands ltchni-- lor
plunder," when applied to the same
body of men is perfectly delightful, and
will be appreciated (no doubt properly
so) by the great ma-s of the people who
voted for these gentlemen. But "buried
I under fully three thousand majoiity'' is
just the least bit weak in our brother ot
the quill, considering the facts. Hold
on. Maj , don't start out too brash il'yu
expect to run more than a '"quarter
E X A M I N E
1 2 Sargent & Co.
Jaj ue'i Cue's
Hall's Christie's Mr
Lain's. Morse's. Baker's
Wistar'n, Wright's. Wake
Geld, tluvHott's. Fi.rry Davis'
Robnck'tf. lYt;tt's. Mr. Window's
Dr. WiiicricH'n llortetter'u. Drake'
Wallace's. West's and ol the most popular
Patent Medicines in use at the present day.
Brandies Wines and Whiskie
Of the Best Grades and qualities, Ktrictly for
Red or ltose. flreen. Blue. Black. Analine. In
digo. JIail.ier. r.xtract ijoftwoou, jjry
Woods. Ac. In faet everything
that is neede 1 in the druR
or Medical line.
Carefully compounded and put up at all hours
All Drucs watreuted fre.-h and pure. Call be
f ro buyinK. and see what I have to sell.
Plattsinouth. Feb. 25th.dAwtf.
It is said that a tree felled while in
leaf, and allowed to lie until the foliage
I withers, the wood will be tin soonest
Pmfts drawn on all parts of the United ft
and Europe. Deposits received, und special at
teiitioc given to collections.
Vholcsale Dealers in
WINKS. EIQUORS AND BRANDIES
Best quality of Cigars and Tobacco always en hand
A"ix srra;NE "oSkVki OF 'J he railroad ticket officb
He will remain for a week or two, and i S(aso)0( as tie L.aVes will draw all the
then proceed west to the Pacific coast, j j.ap before they die.
Miss Bennett, of the firm of Mrs L.
B. Crocker & Co., Ins gone to Chicago
to lay in a stock of Fall and Winter
goo Is, where she will remain some two
or three weeks, ia order to select the
very latest styles of Millinery goods as
they come into the market.
She will send the first instalment so
a- to reach Plattsmouth about the last
of the month. Ladies will d" wed to
wait for the arrival, us nothing but the
North Carolina papers report that the
man whoe son was the fir.-t rebel sold
ier killed in the war is an Miniate of an
almshouse in that State, but is opposed
to the "new depar urc "
"When a distinguished American
.lh '" sniil a shrewd and sarci-tic ob-
' . .
server not long ago, r.is aunnring
friends and countrymen immediately re
solve to build him a monument, and
then they don't bui'd it "
It i-s on'y necessary to trrow old to be-
come more i;.iuigent. l see no iauu
Soap Ma mi fact wrers.
WE would n-ite Dealers and the Pub
penerally to c.u7 and examine our stock of
before nurchasinir elsewhere.
Mr. sarei-iit itaviuir bad the experience !
twenty yearn in manufacturing all kind of
nnis. wo are confident of eivine entire satisfac
tion to all who may favor us with tlaeir patron
Soap exchanged for grease, and delivered in
any pa. ol the city.
Cad paid for rendered tallow and clea
-r- . - ,T M ' . ' -
oi orKS. ivearney n aru. near reiry
Brid . Nebrask City.
I WILL furnish parties with stone for building
purpose at reasonable rates, at iny quarry or
delivers, on the cars at Louisville station- The
foLowi K kinds can be had on short notice, sills,
caps, perch rock, line or rod sand stoi.e such iia
was uo i l - the B. Jt' M K. K. in the consiruc-
heir stone work. All responsible
LOUNGES, SAFES, TAfcLE:
OW ALL PKUCCIl'IIONS ANU iT ALL j r..--l- .'
Metalic Burial Cases.
. .. i -.-i r-' "' . '. orders r.romitly al!el' Address.
most approved patterns anu styles win comnotteo mat i cave uun-uiuiauicu J. T. A. uooVER
beetlecwd. myself. GAkc diwti Lmii uie?
Horse Doctor and Veterinary
Mr. Fred. Otz. an experience Horse Doctor
ud Veterina y sunreon, has.locat -d in l'latts
nioiith. with orliee at th.- Bonner StabUs. he
has rented t ic eotntnodious stables iininediatly
east of the Honnor htables. wheieheis hting
up all the conveniences lor treating hor-es iu
the most seicntilie manner. He pnp ves o
cure any disease hieh horso flesh is heir to.
such as K ntrbone. Spffvin, Fistula. Poll-evil.
Blindness, etc He ot on! undcrtaaes to
aure horses, but will treat oxen, cows, or any
AND PAPER DEALER.
Iost Offlt-e ISiuUiliiis
e&Vtft. d 1 obh nd w tf.
Beady Made, and fold Cheap for C,
With many thanks fur pit patronn
Tite all to call and examine my larv
niture and Coffins -
(TNrBEST IN THE WORLD.
1 S--iUTTITBC ...cwVi'.V.
SN0 KB A CPCJtAR
Ucw York 0f5w, 27 BHEKMAN Stc
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