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!iuv,s S i'iows! Plows! Plows
Takes pleasure in announcing to tlio
ubllc that they Lave secured the cervi
s of that l'ioneer I'low Manufacturer.
Who is now onsrnsed in their shop manufactur
Ins a better article, at lower prices, than can be
had lrom any eastern manufactory. One great
ndvantage Ruined by patronizing this linn is
lliat you not only t-H a better article at home
Irice. I.nt you are patronizing- HOME MANU
i'ACi VHi-j. Mlijt're every 4oUr of the money
remains in tha State. ry rchll JA wtf.
I'uljlithe'f, ii a irnfeii envetipc. Prirt Celt.
A Leeturo on the Nature, Treatment. and
V n lira! cure of r-pcrma'orrhuea, tr seminal
U'e;ikiie-u. Involuntary Emission, Sexual le
l iliiy, nii'l Impediments to Marriage generally;
Nervousness t'orsumitiou. Epilepsy, and Fit;
-1 1 1 ; I an 1 Phi. i'-al Incapacity, resulting from
s. ,i-;ii u-e. .V'". By Kowrt J. Culverwell.il.
Dr. author of tlie 'Green Book,' Ac.
The world r nouned author, in this adrnira
Ii:! Li- mre, clearly proves from bis own exper-l'-n'.
i' ih it tlie w ful coi.7ic iu-.Dce of self-abuse
Liay be ifn-iu.tiiy removed without medicines,
titi'l wi. iiuut dangerous surgical operations, ton
pies, in.-1 r ':uiu:ii s. rir.x or cordial. pointing
out n mo'ie ol cure a? onco t crtiin and effectual
by w iii. ii every siilfcrer. no matter what his con
di: i. ri i:iy be, m..y cure himself cheaply, pri
vately, mi 1 radically. Thin lecture will prove a
Lorn t thousand and thoustmds.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
( .i!--d envelope, ou the receipt of six cents, or
t .v i..i-t.ii'e stamp. Also lr. Culvcrwe l'f
m.im "e Vi
lie, price z iviits. Address tlie
CIIAS. J. C KINE
J.T7 Uowery New York, Box 84.
Dec '21 wly
J. II. Il'irr and Thomas Brown vs Thomas
Ili.w. lielore W:ii. A. Liiuh, Justice of the
Peace, in and for Cms County, Nebraska.
She dcfcii I.'r.t c.b'jve namud will take notice
til U on the '22 I day of Scptcmoer. lsTl,
r aid plnintiil commenced an action ftgaii.Ft de
pn 1. nit in .-aid curt t.j recover the sum of 19
'n a- fi'i-it of service rei.dt.re4 by plaintiffs for
lef-itd.int at l:i rcqifst, 'hat on the 221 day of
"in :iT, 1 7 1. i.'i'd l:iin: itf caused to bo ia--ii'-
i t y Ha ill c'irt :-.n orlt r of attachment, nnd
di 1 ca . tmr : iioiviiii,- property of the deten
ii':: i. '-is it ' i,-o d, ii-wit : About nix acres
i I . i,, i i'!!'td iu tiri enwwod Precinct, in said
. "!::: .. :i :i:o l.oi'i'-.-i-ad of Thos. thrown, for
t '. n,:: i.-c of h i in : t!i; -ame sold to satisfy
i- ; 1 i:: : in v- and c...t-: that said cause has
luv-u ailjoiirned until the 1 Ith day of November
1 -. 1 . ,u 1 nVl H'k p. in t which tiino said defen-
I tut i ri'o'art 1 ta iii-. oar or judgement for
H ' ji, 1 cu.itd of aotiou v. iil be rendered against
bun. J K. ISA RK.
oct.r.w3 TIIoS. buorx.
Pkhkis' New School I!ook,
"The Soi! lv ho." i pronounc
e I the bent work of its class for j
the follmvini? reaons : "The a 1
Music is all new nnd fresh; every
picfc is h well known House
hold Melody Mich a.. "i)rived
from homo." 'Write ine a letter' (
"Little lirown Church.' etc. It
contains twice:; many Songs as
can be found in oiber works.
"i he music is selected from sixty
lo'ir authors, an 1 are not filled I 1
up with one author's composi- JL JL
ti 'us. I'ricc 7 j cents each, or
tT.-Vt per il' .i-n. Sample copios
inatl'.'d to Tea:hers for 6." cent,.
Liberal urrai.Kfinents for intrw-
ductioii. Address, V
.1. Ij. PKTEKS.
5.il;roadw"y, N. X.
Afil'N'lS WANTED 10 H
4 NKAV l ock by Jiiidcs Parton- A history e
j". I'lc Ftieci'ssii.l nu n of America, their
. (.iidi'i fi.1 invention, discoveries, and acLiev-li'i-nt.-,
.-ho'.viiiK l:uw ao 'airaie action , nble
ib.n.' t' r. i r r-1 -unify. a:ii public spirit, have
J.'iii- I to advancement of the world
Finely ilhi.-iiaied , it.tcnsely inte-tiri(C. anil
very i.i-;ruet! . e. A rare chance lor airents.
cu 1 fur eirculnt, nti l note our exira terms.
M. A. PAKKI.K jfc CO.. Publisher.
loo Madison St., Chicago, IU
.Lady Ace-.t.s wanted to sell the yreat
rk on the te snhject ever published.
WOMAN AS A WIFE AND MOT LIEU.
Ty I've II. Ch iv.isse. JI. U. A work which
pi : I in every 1 imily, will save the live
ti:o:;s ii!.l ol Mothers ami children yearly,
j "ii u-.mt to in.ihi? money, and do itood. send
t nce tor our circular' and terms, uiiled free.
AiU' JV' w"l
100,000 FEET !
The un IcrsisneJ has on hand a large (jantity e(
Wt KV,M AT kIABOSABLriatB.
no -.'c, nnd for any size orlenith f
Haftcrs, Studdings, Joists
be had on short not Toe.
ilBEST IN THE W0RL,J
ITcw York 02ce. 27 BEEKMAS 8t
Hannibal & Saint Joseph R. B
Takiae effect January 9th. 1870.
lo: 1 Iay Kxp. daily except Sunday 7:30 p m
" S Paeitic eip. daily except uionday 30a m
" 5 NivUt ftp. daily except monday 7:.) a m
" 7 Through (rt. daily except monday S;V a m
" o Through frt daily except monday 9-4o a m
" 11 Way Irt daily except Sunday... fr.HH n m
" 15 Macu frt daily except Sunday... ll;3u a m
No. 2 P;y exp d.iily except sundpy fi;40 a m
" 4 N icht exi daily except Sunday... 4:J0 p m
' ii Pacific exp daily except sanday. 12:4T a in
" " St Louis e.j daily except Sunday 2:i) p ui
" Way trt daily except Sunday. 7:K) a m
i: l :iruuj!i trt Uaijy except sunlay l;a p ra
" 14 '1 brmiirli frt dail eicept Saturday 7:i5 n m
Ni. 4 mil not stop at Saxton. Osburu. Kidder.
tncr. M'rvilic, Utica. Wheeling or Mead
v i I .
No. " will not stop at Saxtnn, Easton, Oshurn,
'.-eekeiiud-e, M-orsT!Ile, Wheeling orMead-
V'""' T- B. BURNETT. Gen Agent.
E3TAKLI5HED IX ISiil.
SILVLil AND PLATED WARE.
UOU PENS SPCTACLES.
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Watche. Clocksand Jewelry repaired neatly
nd with tiispatch.
-ReuioveH to opposite Platte Valley IIous
M'Str U nor. lOwtf.
WiW Find Good AccommoJations at the
Farmer's Feed Stable
Corner of Sixth and Vfne Street, One block
Kothofthe Presberian Church, Plattsmonth
P. D. BATES.
IP -A. I JST
F A H Y
JOB W ORE
TIIE I1REALD BOOK
S PECIMEN S
I he UDdersigneu bas on band and is
All kinds of
COTTONWOOD LUMBER ! !
At his Mills at the Ferry Landing at PUttsmouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
June3d dJt wtf.
I WILL furnish parties with stone for building
purposes at reasonable rates, at my quarry or
dehverea on the cars at Louisville station- The
lollowi g Kinds can De nal on short notice, sills,
caps, pcrcu roca, not or rou sana stone sacn at
was; usoa by the B. A M. K. K. in the constroo-
t; nr .ali their stone work. All responsible
oruera prowpiiy niieii Aaareas,
J. T. A. UOOVER
dtwtfo LovliviUe Station.
E. T. DUKE. D, H. WHEEXXU
E. T. DUKE & CO-
:-V:Vrf.Vi Z Ui t&
'. -mi.. ,.".4 -: H?T ' "lliil
AT FOOT OF MALY STREET
Wholesale II Retail De tiers In
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
IRON. STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, Ao.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
L O YA L COOK
And Other First-Clar
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stiring and Breaking
At Net Cos for Cash.
Our prices are as low as any house in the
J. H. BUTTERY
VROLBSAL ahd xbtail
Is receiving; and has on hand (at the
old (stand of White & liutteryg)
Soatn nde Main Street. Plattsmouth. K
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of Iruis. Medicine-, Tnlnts. Chenilo
Lead. Varnish. Coal Oil, Fish Oil, Much
Oil. (iarpt in Oil. Castor Oil. Ncatsf
Oil, Whale Oil. Linseed Oil. La
Oil. Essential Oil. Cod I.iverO
and a large varin ot N
tions. Pe"-,T...n.y Yn
and Toilet ' Arti
Ilall's Christie's Me
Lain's. Morse's, Baker's
Wistar's. Wright's, Wako
field, (iuysott's. Perry Davis'
Rnback's. Petitt's, Mrs. Winslow'a
Dr. Winchell's llostetter's, Drake's
Wallace's. West's and of the most tionular
Patent Medicines in use at the present day.
Brandies Wines and Whiskie
Of the Best Grades and Qualities, strictly for
Red or Rose. Green, Blue. Black, Analine. In
digo. Madder. Extract Logwood. lry
Woods, Ac. In fact everything
that is needed in the drug
or Medical line.
Carefully compounded and put up at all hours
All Drugs warranted fresh and pare. Call be
fore buying, and see what I have to sell.
Plattsmouth. Feb. 25th.dkwtf.
LEE P. GILLETTE
General Agent Dep't Northwest,
Union Central Life
Of Cincinnati Ohio.
J. H. PRESSOX.
HAPPY Relief for Toon Men. from th
effects of Errors and Abases in early life. &l.in
hood restored. Xerrous debility cured. Im
pediments to Marriage removed. New method
of treatment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, in -sealed envel
opes. Address. HOWARD ASSOCIJ TICX, No. 2
South Ninth Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. SCth, w 1 year.
i- 1-2 ' i !" l'i w. - vi t ' -
Gen. CuutiiaLaiiir '.u:... I -i i
M-'isoa couuty a day or two mucc.
Plattsuiouth is the liveliest town in the
We are indebted to the Southwestern
Stage Company for favors.
The A & N. Railroad is located as
far as Teoumseh.
Capt. Phelps Paine vras elected As
sessor cf Flattsiaouth city preciuct at the
lion. O. A. Abbott is elected Senator
from tho Oth district by a large majority.
So says the North Platte Independent.
Two men were arrested at North
Platte recently on a charge of stealing
horses in Kansas
Gage couuty elected the entire Repub
lican ticket on the 10th and did not
more than half try.
Our famous hunters are slaughtering
argc numbers of geese. Wo saw one
boy that had killed two.
Now that Chicago has received a se
vere blow, Plattsmouth will undoubtedly
shoot ahead as the leading city of the
Parties entitled to diplomas for exhi
bitions can get them by calling at the
yir. Bodenhamcr has retired from the
Sidney (Iowa) Union, and Capt. Hal.
A. Houston assumed editorial control.
There are now 105 Students in attend
ance at the State University at Lincoln.
That b duing pretty well for the first
A drava of three hundred Texas cat-
!e wero crossed at this place last week.
They swam the river without the loss of
a single one.
The transfer boat, President, is able
to cross from 120 to 150 cars a day at
her new landiugs. This is a big saving
of time and expense.
Potatoes are selling in this city at
twenty cents a bushel by the wagon load,
and at twenty-fivo cents a bushel in
The recent County-seat election, in
Richardson County, resulted in a victory
for Falls City. What will become of
Buell and his "two papers" now?
Leonard has sent a house to Water-
oo, already framed ready to put up. It
went by rail to the end of the track, and
from thence will be hauled by wagons.
Attorney General Roberts has decided
to enter the lecture field this winter, and
we understand his subject will bo "The
Salt Lands of Nebraska, and how Mor
ten got 'em.
The Salt Lake Tribune says the Mor
mons will not leave Utah, as some seem
to think, but that they will submit to
tho will of the government in regard to
For a genuine Josh Billings Allminax,
go to II. J. Streight. Besides being
penfectly "Korrect" it contains more
than a bushel of "phun." Ouly 25
We learn that one of the men engaged
in crossing the large drove of cattle over
thi river last week was severely injured
by a wild steer while attempting to
drive him into the water.
Prof. L. W. Pete, of Weeping Water,
is opening a fine farm adjoining that
thriving village. lie is a practical hor
ticulturist and agriculturist, as well as
a man of letters and an excellent teacher.
About one hundred passengers arrived
by tne morning train trom the east.
Some stopped in our city, and many
went farther west to seek homes, busi
ness locations, and to pee the country.
An item is going the rounds of the
press of the State to the effect that his
acting Excellency, W. II. James, will
call an extra session of the Legislature
for the coming winter.
The Democracy of Richardson have
kicked Buell and his "two papers" out
of the party, so says the Omaha Tamma
ny organ. Is not there a slight mistake?
Has not Buell kicked the Democratic
party out of his two papers?
We have received the first number of
"Mackey's National Freemason," a
monthly magizine devoted to the inter
ests of "the craft." It should be in the
hands of every mason who desires to
keep posted, and who desires to ex
tend his knowledge in masonry.
A vote was taken in Sewart County,
at the recent election, on the location of
the County-scat, which resulted in
large majority in favor of Seward. The
people of Millford claim that there was
no law for the election, and that it will
Conrad Hcisel, of this City, had a
psmple of flour, of his own manufacture,
on exhibition at the recent Fair, which
was exceedingly fine. lie was too late
to enter it for a premium, but it was
well worthy of commendation. Heise
makes a first-class article.
Don t fail to attend the Sheriff's sal
on Saturday, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at
Frank White's Auction room, corner of
Main & 6th streets, where a large lot of
dry goods, groceries, hardware, cutlery.
&c, will be sold by the Sheriff. There
wiil be bargains for any one wishing such
Some people are slandering (?) Col.
Tom. Majors by saying that he worked
against the Republican ticket in Nemaha
County at the recent election, and that
he ought not to do so while he is a
Federal office holder under a Republi
can administration and a member of the
Republican State Central Committee.
What queer ideas some people have of
-';. . ui . !.:. L 'J '....;. i ..: I;.a-st-iics
e-.p'.-eai tiotu'e, wLich we have
failed to mention. It was the refresh
ment stand kept by Guthinan and IIu
berty. They were to a very heavy ex
pense in procuring the proper goods, and
getting everything in shape, and deserve
the thanks of every citizen of the Coun
ty for their efforts to "fill the bill."
They had almost everything you could
call lbr in the way of refreshments, and
we heard many per.-ous say they had the
let rvfre.-hment staud they had ever
seen in the west.
Cass is the only river County in the
State that elected a "clean" Republican
ticket at the recent election. We may
have little differences among ourselves
about who shall be candidates, etc., but
those things are all settled in Conven
tion, and the nominees are supported
with a hearty good will even by those
who do not secure their choice of candidates-
This is the only true method, for
any other would result in the dismem
berment of any and all parties. Strive
lonestly in the Convention for you
choice, and then abide the decision of
the majority. Let other Counties take
a lesson from Cass.
It is said the City Council have not
acted on the avenue question because
the city was not in a financial condition
to open them and grade them properly.
This may be all correct, and yet we fail
to see why the legal steps may not be
taken to open these avenues, and let the
work be done ' when the city is in a con
dition to do it.
We were honored this morning by a
call from Mr. Thomas Keddy, of the
Peterborough ( Eng. ) Times. Mr. Ked
dy takes much interest in Nebraska, and
has made the journey from England here
for the purpose of seeing for himself
the country about which he has pub-
ished so many glowing accounts. When
he returns he wi'l be able ta state with
certainty that which he only knew by
hearsay before coming.
Information wanted concerning Junius
Pillsbury, a young man from Minnesota,
He was in Lincoln in December last.
Had been with a hunting-party, and was
going out again. On bchali of tho
friends of Mr. Pillsbury, this information
is sought by L. B. Fifield, pastor of the
Congregational church, Lincoln, Neb.
The south half of Main street bridge
is about completed, and the almost uni
versal opinion seems to be that it i
abundantly large and will last for at least
twelve or fifteen years. At the expira
tion of this time Plattsmouth will be
able to put in a more permanent struct
ure without feeling the burthen of ex
pense as she would at the present time.
1 5t PORTA XT XEWS.
The Seward Atlas, a remarkably en
terprising (?) journal, contains the fall
owing bit of very important news:
"We learn by a private letter that the
entire Democratic ticket of Cas county
has been elected by a good round ma-
onty. Ihis is the more si.ernihcant and
cheering as Cass county has long been
under the rule of the Republican party.
She now throws off the shackles and
takes a long stride forward iu the march
of progress and reform."
The Atlas fellow, (the man that car
ries the world on his back) should re
ceive one more letter from Cass, and
then well, tell the people
knows about farming," or
elso than politics.
Some of our citizens are somewhat
down in the mouth since the defeat of
the rai!ro d bonds in Otoe and Cass
counties. They are inclined to think
that kills the Trunk road. JirownvilU
The bonds were not defeated in Cass
county, although they were in Otoe. In
accordance with our proposition the
Company have until the first day of
January next to accept our aid, which
gives time for a new effort in Otoe, which
should certainly be made. The success
of this enterprise now rests entirely with
Otoe county, and we hope she will
A rumor prevails at Chicago, that Hen
ry J. Ullman, the Banker, was murdered
instead of having been suffocated by fire.
Tlie body of the lamented deceased was
found near his banking house, which he
had evidently just left with his money
and valuables in his arms.
Mrs. Cady Stanton is credited with
making a very sensible and sarcastic re-
tilv to some one who asked her it sue
thought that girls possessed, as a gener
al thmir, tlie physique necessary to stand
the wear and tear or a college course ot
study. I would like to see, answered
Mrs. Stanton, 1 would like to see you
take thirteen' hundred young men and
lace them up, and hang ten to twenty
pounds weight ot clothes on their
waists, perch them up on three inch
heels, cover their heads with ripples.
chignons, rats and mice, and stick ten
thousand hair-pins into their scalps: if
they can staud all this, they will stand
a little Latiu and Greek. When one
wants to have a particularly neat thing
said about women, the most judicious
way is to get a woman to say lt-
Froni a paper on the vertebrate ani
mals of Australia it appears that no
woodpecker or hum mine birds have ever
ben met with in that country. Among
birds, the parrot is the most prominent.
Reptiles abound, among them a species
of crockodile, individuals of which fre
quently grow to the extraordinary length
of thirty feet, and ocoaMoninuch troub'e
to the colonists. N one of the five
venomous snakes of the country is so
deadly as the English viper. The num
ber of known harmless species is seventy
five. Not long since seven gentlemen deci
ded to give a dinner, each inviting the
man he most disliked. The table was
set for fourteen. Fancy the astonish
ment of the seven hor-ts upon receiving
but one ;uest, and setting down in the
presence of tix empty chairs! All had
invited the name man !
JOHN FITZGERALD Proprietor
Main Street, Between 5fh and 6th,
GREAT SALE OF
LOTS AND LMDSII
Unparalleled. Inducements to Purchaser!!
I WILL OFFER FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ON
Monday, November 6, 71.
A Large quantity of desirable property, consisting in part of
UTERES mJICDBBD 2LOTS-gg
la My Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, and Several Lots,
EIGHT ilPJB AORSS EACH,
ADJOINING TIIE CITY.
These Lots are well Situated, as regards
Healthful locality. Commands some of the most Beautiful Views on tho Missou
ri River, and are convenient fur Dwellings or Stores. The City of Plattstuouth ia
destined to be one of the principal cities of the central part of the Continent. Si
tuated on the beautiful Missouri River, at the mouth of the Platte River, with
thousands of miles of navigation above and below, it stands at Nature's owu Gate
way lo the Rocky Mountains ; over this route the Burlington & Missouri River
Railroad Company, have already completed some 90 miles of the best railroad,
with the most level route in the west, and road will be finished and running to a
junction with the U. P. It. R. at Fort Kearney by next Movember. It is tho ul
timate design of this road to reach the Pacific coast by a near route over better
grades than any yet found, and thus Control the trans continental traffic, which
will in consequence pour all its advantages at this point.
A Bridge Over the Missouri River
will be commenced here without delay, connecting this road with its namesake in
Iowa, giving this city the shortest and most direct route East. Numerous branch
railways are already projected to drain the business for many miles into this Maiu
Artery ; all which prove conclusively that no better opening for
Safe and Profitable Investment,
can be found than by securing Real Estate and good homes in this most promising
city. PLATTSMOUTH is connected by rail with Lincoln, an 1 the interior towns
of a rapidly settling section of the finest Agricultural lands in the West. It has
connection with nil the towns on the river, above and below it, and all the main
cities east and west. Chicago is only 22 hours distant, while St. Louis is but 24.
Competition in transportation between river and railway insures cheap freights to
St Louis, while three roads to Chicago keep down exhorbitant rates in that direc
tion. Millions of dollars of material could be manufactured for the rapidly increas
ing demands of the interior portion of the State, and altogether, there is no more
truly encouraging loctlity to settle in than right here in Plattsmouth.
Half JDoivn, Ballance in Six Konths.
All letters of inquiry, containing a postage stamp for return, will be promptly
AND WINTER GOODS
RUSH ! LARGE CROWDS! !
Everybody, and more too, are coing ta
D. SOHHASSE & CO,
To bay their
NEW YOUK 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 our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YA H iS, BOOTS AND SHOE
of til kinds and price to suit our numerous customers. A large stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
Henry Thomas ,
(Late Chase & Thomas.)
Of all kinds of Grain, Flour, Tro
and general produce.
CSL-Office with C. W. Lyman & Co.,
Main Streel, Plattsmouth, Neb.
"A PenDy Saved is a Penny Earned."
And if you desire to
Save Tliat l9cnny
As well as Pounds go te
To Buy Tour
111 O CERIjE
T e have bought out H. D. Fox and now oc
cupy his old stand on Main street, where we
an e ju?t reeeivad an additional supply of Gro--icsaud
t'.xiTi.-ioaa which we will rell vert
low fr ch. All kinds of country produce la
ken in exchange for goods,
Bock Bluffs, Neb.
Spring Term Commjaj-j;
March 21st, 1871.
Pncils of eithcrsex will receive thorough and
systematic instruction ncre. particular atten-
paid to Primary scholars.
Sea. d boo ks furnished free of .cost to ai
GOOD BOARDING CAN BE OBTAINED
AT REASONABLE RATES
Jor terms and particulars addrs
y0 J- 1- i AXfiiRSON.
CITY MhAT MARKET,
i Geo. Ficlilcr,
f Jf.lZ.V STREET,
Plattsmoutli; - Nebraska.,
, The beet of Fresh Meats always on hand in
Highest Price Paid for Pat Cattle
4UrIiheat Caah Price-paid for greea Hides.
Would respectfully Inform th chlren
l'laitpmooth and vicinity that he has op
Ilmpensary at Omaha. Nebraska, wn
t ients can set reliable treatment for all da
Particular attention paid to
A 11 Diitant of tli i Lung.
a'hma. Bronchitis, ConsuropUon, ErnpUur?
Uravul. Paralysis. Lohs of Voice, VakeraluK
I'ever, Sores. Rheumatism, Goitre,
Neuralgia. Tu-niors. lia-rrhn-a.
Kidneys. Krysipelas, Ner
vous Depresdiou, lJyspepMis, Co"
tivencss. Liver 3unil&int. Seminal
Weaknesses, nil Private disease. Falling of' the
Womb i.nd all Femalo ooiuidoiiiM, Heart Lu-e.-ise.
Swollen Joint". Couth", Uout, Whitu'
SvrellinifS, h"t . Vitus Dance Ac.
The lioctor ii permanently located aod wil
pay particular attention,
and all suppressions and Irreirulnrtties. and ali
other deaes peculiar to women, r'o'tons wbrf
have boon under treatment Of other fdij ifiav
aud have not been cured, are invited to rail atf
I cure all private diseases no matter of how
long standing, and cures
Uutiranteed or SO PA Y.
Call and see the Doctor without delay. Uii
charges are moderate and conoiltations freu.
All communications strictly cuutideKtial. Dis
pensary and consultation room No, iiii V irnani
street, corner Fourteenth. Ofllcn hours from If
am., totfpui. P. O. Box No. 1.07.1 jyliwlr
William II. SchildknecLt) On Probate Court
r. tfl'ius County, NeJ.
John Snyder. ) braka.
The defendant above u:ifufd will tuke notirn
that on the day Si September, 1x71, said
plaintiff coii.iueneed an action Againit defend
ant in aid court to recover the sum of .'2.'.
on an account, lor service rendered by plain
tiff for defendant at his request; that on the -1st
day of oiiteniher. 1ST I, said plaiutiff caused to
be issued hy said court, an ord?r of attachment,
and did uiiuxe the tollowinff uropertv of the de
fendant to be attached, to-wit: Ouo Johnston
Rearer, for the purpose of h.tviu the am
sold to satisfy tha said indebtedness and costs ;
that skid cause tias been adjourned until tnit
Ulh day of November, lsTl, at V o'clock a. M., at
which time said defendant u required to appear.
r judgment lor 87.ir and interest lrom rei-
ember 21. 1871. and costs, will be rendered
III.I1J tl. ClirLDCNECIIT.
By Maxwell 3c Chapman. Attorneys.
October 3 3w
John Snyder and Martha B. Snyder will t;ik
notice, tbt Dan it 1 W Cameron, did on the l'J.
day ol J?e teuiber 1S7I, file his petition in tho
District Court of the 21 Judicial District in and
for Cass county Nebraska, against John Snydor
Martha B. Snyder and Calvin 11. Parmele De
fendants settina; forth that the said John Sny
der nnd Martha H, Snydr, srave a niorsaire to
( id Daniel . Cameron, on the west halt or
the south east quarter and the west half of tho
north east auarter of section No. Thirty f'oarii
Town.-hio 1 North of raniro 1:4 Ksst ot (ith I'.
M. in sai 1 County of Cass, to secure the pay
ments of the sum of Thirty Ave hundred Dollar
and interest acordinK to a certain promissory
note relcrred to in said niortiute. and pray
ing that said John Snyder and Martha U. Snyder
may pay said sum now claimed to bedue with in
terest amounting 'o the sum of Sl.-Soi), within
terest at 12 per cent trom the liindny ot rcb
uary 1471. or thai said premises may be sold tor
iay the mine said John Snyder and Martha It
Snvder are required to answer said petition on
or before the 6th day of Nov. 171.
By Miivtu Jk Cft.rMAN Attys Sept.-lwit
Luxuries of Modern Travel."
In these days the taste of the Traveling Pub
ic has become exccedinicly fastidious. In order
to obtain their patrouatre, a Railroad line must
be able to insure Safety, Speed and oomforUih'tf
transportation, by possessing the necessary quali
ncauons oi a urM'Cia.snequijuieut in uoncucs nun
.in. motives, a solid road-bod and heavy iron.
1'uliiuau's Pallaee Sleeping cars, Pullman
dinintt cars, a direct route, good connections and
The liurlinKton route Is making every etlort to
poMuw all these qalifieations to a high degree,
aud oilers a route lo all points east, west, north)
eoulii. by means of its connections as follows:
1. At Omaha with thel'acino roads.
. At Plattsmouth with tho B. fc M. R. R.. i
Nebaaidta. . .
3. At liumburg. witbtbeSt Joseph Hailroaa
fur all points in Kansas, ic.
4. Atottuuiwa, wiin tueDes Jloines aiiey
and north Missouri railroads.
5. At llurlington with the it.. C. K. k .11, 11
B... for Davenport. Mus"atine, e.
6. At 31ouuioutu. wilo tne lv. it. I. M. 1.
nil Western Union Kmlroa ls. for St. Paul, and
points iu the north, and for St- Louis and points
in the south. ,
7. At Peoria, with the thnrt line Blooming
ton route to Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvillu
and all points south and eiwt.
.i. At Peoria, with thcT.. P. A W. R. R.. fof
Logan-port, Columbus, Ac.
v. At IMeiidota, witn all tne Illinois central.
10. At CHICAGO, with all Trunk lines for the-
No better advice ran be given then, tnan w
Tai) the Burlington Route." dtf.
St. Joseph & Council Blufrs
Forms tho connecting laik between
The Union Pacific Railroads, and the Souther
Running from Cob ceil Bluusto Kansas City, and
over the magnificent Iron Jiridgo across tha
Missouri River No Change ol tarsi
. f. A, - r WW A f W C m T IS
- f SITWBIS
OMAHA & ST. LOUIS
AT KANSAS CITY wKh tho North Missouri
and Missouri Pacihc ltoatisior at. Louis and
all points Ka?t and South.
With Kansas and Pacific Kail road for Lawer
ence, Toka, Sheridan, Denver and all
points in Southern Kansas, Colorado and
With the Missouri River, Fort Scott and GuK
Railroad for Fort Scott. Baxter Springs and
the Indian Territory.
AT LEA V KN WORTH with Kan-as Pacific IUi
road for Lawrence, Topeka. Denver, Ac.
AT ATCHISON with Central Branch Railroad
for Seneca, Centralia( Irving. Watvrvilie
and points in Central Kansas.
AT ST JOSEPH with Hannibal and Ht. Joseph
Railroad for Hannibal, Vuincy, Chicago and
all points East.
With St. Joseph A Denver Railroad for Troy
Wnthenaand points in Northern Kansas.
AT COUNCIL BLUFFS with the Union Pac:fio
Railroad for Sioux City, Denver, Salt Luliti
With Sioux city A FaeiSe Railroad for Sioux
city and points in the far North.
With the Ciiieiwro a; Northwestern Railroads;
Chieno Rock Island and Pacific Roilr .ad:
and liuriington Missouri River Railroad
for Chicago and Points East.
Tickets as LOW a? by any Other Route.
Pul. man's Palace Cars on all night tra.ris..
No Chalge ol'Cars. Tickets for Sale at ST AK.
LEAT .L HOPKINS GenT iupt.
St. Joseph. y.
TWO HOURS TIIE QUICKEST!
91 Miles The Shortest Lins
.liicsiro to Now York, via Pittsburgh.
Wayne & Chicago Pennsylvania) Cea
This is the only Route running three L
'..inos of through Day and St cping Palate C.:r
From Chicago to
VVITHO IJ. r C 11 A N (I i;
With but one change to Baltimore, Dr rJ,
New Haven, Providence, SpringSeld, V'-rcoJ.
ter and Boston I
For Sale at the offices of connecting line in thsi
West and at all offices of the Fort Wayr.. .ikJ
Pennsylvania Central Route in Chicago.
THOS. L. KIMBALL, G.:::.
Western Passenger Agent, Penn's Central K. K.
W. C. CLELAND,
P Ft. W. A C. R. IV.
PACIFIC RAILWAY OF MISSOURI"
Passengers leaving St. Joe. via. Missouri Va!
ey Railroad atl o'clock p. m. make do. o and
sure connections at Kansas City with this r :-u-lar
road, arriving at St. Louis next morni :x ut
5 o'clock. This is now a first-class road it- c very
respect. New iron has been laid; new ei.--.noi
nun magnificent sleeping and passenger -' a lies
have been added to its equipments, Pa n-r.:
can rely on its making its advertised tin.-:, ibis
is the best route from St. Joseph tot,L-'-i:-,
bouth nd Southeast.
Through tickets foale at tho ofioos of t'ui
Misso&r Valley Rai ad,
i r C. MOORE, Geal u.
hos. Dorwin, & W,a, W . B. Halt, G. X,
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