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iliUKSDAy, DECEMBER 14 1871.
The Oaiaha Bee says: "In the test
vote in the Uuited SfatC3 Senate, last
evening, by which Blair's resolution to
investigate the action of President Grant
in dealing with the Ku Klux was tabled,
Mr. Tipton was tha only Republican
Senator that voted with the Democrats."
The Train Liyue of the 2d inst- con
tains the speeches made at the organiza
tion of the society at Omaha on the 28th
of November. Among others we notice
a 6tirriug address by Gen. S. 31. O.
liiicn, who goes in heavy for Train.
It is telegraphed that the President's
Message had "no visible influence upon
financial circles in New York. It has no
visible influence upon anybody or any
thing. Omaha Herald.
It has had a very visible influence on
uch fault-finding sheets as the Herald,
if we arc not very much mistaken. Its
straightforward, business tone, and the
total absence of all political buncombe,
has had the effect to eadly disappoint
huch papers as the Herald, that looked
for something with which they could find
fiult. It has had tha ' influence" to
knock one cf the props from under, the
"do nothing" party.
Al. VAMK tV KAIL WAY FREIUHIS
The New York Central and Hudson
Kiver, Pennsylvania Central and Erie
railway companies, with their western
connexions, have just adopted the fol
lowing largely increased rate3 for freight
for all classes of merchandise from New
Yo:k, Boston and Philadelphia west
To Cleveland. O f e per cwt. OH rate 20
Ts Columbus. O 81c per cwt. Old rate 24
To Cincinnati, 9:J per cwt. Old rate 8
To Lnaisville. Ky....81 Ho per cwt. Old rate 32
Nashville. Tenn-1 1'wprcwt. Old rate 3-
To Pt. Louis. Mo 1 2Jc per cwt. Old rate 40
lo Cliiua&o. Ill 1 00c per cwt. Old rate 30
The -Omaha Republican proposes to
pu" lis-h the names of such itinerant
t bowmen and other sca-awags as have
failed to pay their printing bills at that
establishment, and calls upon the press
of the State to adopt the cash in ad
vance plan on all such men. Thi is the
true doctrine, and we hope the suggest
ions of the Republican will be heeded.
It hug only traveling showmen, theatri
cal performers, and others of this class
that arc in the habit of swindling print
ing cfaces, and need exposing ; but there,
i.-j a class cf men who engage in business
of various kind who advertise large'yi
l.ave any quantity of job work done, get
what laoney they can in their pockets,
and then ''break," telling their creditors
that they have failed, and are unable to
pay, but will do so some time. These
are really the wort tcoundreli, for they
net r.nler the pirb of honesty, and their
names should be included in the pub
WISr.KlTS THE C'ONSISTEXCT?
There are certain Democratic papers in
thin part of the world that have done noth
ing wnce they came into existence but
howl about frauls in our civil service
and the injustice of the restrictions of
holding office of certain rebel leaders.
President Grant, in his message, rec:m
uienJs a reform in the civil ccrviee so as
to prohibit these frauds, and also the
removal of the disabilities. These same
Democratic papers find fault with him
for doing so, and claim that his motives
are not for the general good, but are a
Lid for a re-election. These papers
would find fau't with the Savior of rnan
kfojd, and would accuse him of trickery
and deception if he were on earth. They
are bound to be displeased with anything
that President Grant can do. Since he
caused Lee to surrender at Appomattox,
he ha3 assumed the form of a devil in
carnate in their eyes.
SInjor Hall's D.nxrncc.
Until recently a photograph of Mayor
Hall hung in the council room of the
New York University, of which institu
tion he i a graduate. The i-tudents
learning of his connection with the frauds
of the ring resolved that it was a dis
grace to allow it to hang there longer.
Accordingly, on the day on which the
Mayor was summoned to appear before
the grand jury they tore it from the wall,
formed ia procession, marched through
tho hall with it, and then broke it into
a thousand pieces.
A Mixed A Hair.
The Nemaha Valley Railway ComjiaJ
ny has commenced suit vs. the Burling
ton & Southwestern Railway Com pan y,
for $100,X)0 damages caused by the lat
ter company not completing its road to
Humboldt in arcasonable time according
to the agreement The former compa
ny alleges that by reason of this neglect
it hxs lost the county bonds of Johnson,
Lancaster, Butler and Platte counties,
also State improvement lands to the
value of $200,000. The A. & N. IL It.
is also iuixed in the affair, in consequence
of the attachinir of $53,000 in Richard
son County bonds, which were being is
sued to that company as assignees of
the B. & S. W. R. R Co. and builders
of the prc-ent road in this county.
Take it altogether it is a mixed affair,
three railroads being involved. Gard
ner and Fulton are attorneys for the Ne
maha Vallev R. R. and Schoeuheit and
Towley for the B. & S. V. and A. & N.
R. R. Co s.
Mr. Towley is alo attorney and direc
tor of tho old Nemaha Valley road, and
it is intimated that he will file a dismisal
of that suit, the directors never having
authorized the commencement of the
Major Loree is the motive power in
the matter. Nemaha Valley Journal.'
The cross on the Russian flag id pur
posed to be thrawd but illiterate old
Czar Peter's "mark."
A Democratic newspaper has an edit
orial on honest men, and it is sparely ne
cessary to observe that it has exclusive
reference to Republicans.
A lady editor in Wisconsin, advertises
in her own paper for a husband. She
says he must be a printer, and possess
means sufficient to buy a new press.
Littlo girl (inquiringly) "Mamma, who
are you making all those little clothes
for?" Mamma (feelingly) "1 am mak
ing them for a poor little baby, who
hasn't a rag to its name." Littlo girl
(sympathetically) "Mfm. was it
burned out in Chicago?"- Kansas C ity
For the JTcbratka Herald.
CAPITAL AS1 LABOR HOW TO
Three Million Loaned to landless
Jlcu without tludor&erst.
Sorrowing- Yet Xot Sorrowing.
BY PltOF. J. D. BUTLER.
BCRLINGTON IOWA, Nov. 21, '71.
When Palstaff ent hij page to Mas
ter Dumbleton for a satin cloak and of
fered his Bond and Bardolph's for pay
ment, the answer brought him was that
th.3 tailor ' liked not the security,"
The Knight enraged at his lack of credit,
naturally wished that "Dambleion's
tongue might be hotter than that of
Dives," called him a rascally knave to
stand upon security, and cried "1 would
as lief they wculd put rattbane in my
mouth as stop it with security." Never
did Shakf peare hold the mirror up to
Nature more truly than iu his picture of
the credit seeking Knight. Always and
everywhere, he who goes a borrowing,
goes a sorrowing. Not only Shylocks
and the Rank which is proporly spelled
backward as "the Knab," but moit
capitalists are deaf adders to most bor
rowers, becanse they, as well as FalstaflTs
tailor, "like not the security." Capi
talists will not lend a poor man money.
They demand a mortgage or endorsers.
As he cannot endorse, others will not en
dorse for him. lie has no lands, or
chattels, on whieh he can give a mortgage-
Where he is sanguine that he can
double the money lie wishes to borrow,
they say to him, "you may be robbed or
cheated, or your investment may be
burned up and your insurance worthless,
or you may abscond, or your death may
blight tho brightest business prospects"
"we like not your security." It L-
nothing but the moonshiue of hope, or
a "castle in the-air."
Again, capitalists fchun putting their
investments of almost any kind into the
hands of any poor stranger. They are
distrustful of his honesty, where there is
a chance for fraud, of his competence,
where skill is demanded, of his zeal,
where he has no interest at stake, and of
his vigilance where there are tempta
tions to negligence, lie might carve
out his fortuue, bat no one will trust him
with the tools.
Such as these are the relations of
capitalists to laborers who are ambitious
of obtaining the use of capital, and thus
becoming capitalists themselves. These
relations must result from prudence on
the part of moneyed men. Yet they
naturally provoke those aspiring but
nsedy young men, whom they hinder
from rising to a higher plane.
Bat must capital and labor needs bo
hostile? Is there no way in which capi
talists can be just to themselves and yet
geuerous to borrowers? Ye?, they can,
by selling them unimproved prairie
farms on long credit and low iuterest.
Such prairie is equivalent to a loan of
its full value.
The borrower cannot be cheated out
of it for it is not deeded to him till he
ha3 finished paj-ing f r it. He can not
run away with it. No fire can burn it
up. He cannot lessen its value. The
labor and money he lays out on it will
increase that value. He can not strip it
of timber more than he can pull the
hair on a bald head. Nor iu such a
loan is his honesty, competence, zeal, or
vigilance distrusted. He is stimulated
to tha exercise of them all both by his
fear of losing the sum he paid iu ad
vance to- bind his bargain, together with
whatever he -lays out to improve his
farm, and by his hope of making that
farm both pay for itself and support him
and his dear ones as soon as possible
other borrowing dulls the edge of thrift
this sharpens it.
We may not believe railroad corpora
tions to be more benevolent than other
capitalists, and yet the policy of some of
them in selling their lands is a specimen
of just that kind of loans which we have
seen to be most generous to borrowers,
building for them, as it were, an inclined
plaue on which they can rise easiest from
laborers to landlords.
The Burlington & Missouri River
Railroad Company, within eighteen
months onward from April, 1870, sold
in Iowa and Nebraska 334,847 acres to
2821 purchasers, mostly on ten years'
credit and six per cent iaterest. A
large portion of these purchasers had
before been only laborers or tenants.
Their purchases average one hundred
and two hundred acres apiece- Judging
by experience where similar experiments
have been made, no more than five per
cent, of them will fail to finish paying
for the farms on which they have, at the
time of purchase, advanced one year's
"The devil," pays the proverb, "is
not so black, as he is painted." So,
when men declaim against railroads, let
it be remembered that the B. & M. road
has furnished 2321 loans amounting iu
the aggregate to $3,119,972 00, to men
most of whom would have been unable
to borrow so much capital from banks,
capitalists, or any other source. Its
long credit sales will prove to most of
these borrowers that "tide in their af
fairs which taken at its flood leads on to
fortune." It has given them tools to
work with. Thus it has rendered the
relation between borrowers and lenders
more friendly, affording lenders security
and borrowers all the loans they can use,
and those such as will in most cases be
made to pay ftr themselves. Of all
helpers who is best? Who but he that
gives us a chance to help ourselves?
Railroad trains flying like shuttles
from far cities to fax cities weave them
into a web of union, and a railroad poli
cy like that of theB. & M., links together
clashes often called antagonistic with a
bond lighter than air yot stronger than
iron. . '
New York tnobdom has had a hard
time in waiting for tho Prince Alexis of
Rusia'. In silly toadyism to title- and
position, Americans take the lead and
make themselves ridiculous. They learn
ed nothing by the - Dickens experience,
and re enact the same follies at every opportunity.
It is tail that Alexander II. Stephens
never stops writing an editorial article
until his newspaper office runs out of
The Grand Duke wore no orders; but
General Dix received him on board the
Powell with a deck-oration.
All fears of the cholera from Russia
teem to have subsided; Alexis only
brought the Hoopenkoff with him. .
Whiskey distilled from Canada thistles
is sail to produce a penetrating and ex
hilarating effect. Mules like thistles;
some men like whiskey. Is there, then,
a Darwinian resemblance between the
two animals ?.
A miserable miser named Chapman,
died lately at Fexton, England, worth
50,000. His last wish was that his
stick mi'iht be out in his coffin, that he
miaht give Old btrattord a thrashing
with it when he met him, because he
disappointed him of buying some land
. . The Rev. Mr. Vovscy, nn English cler
gyman, is malignantly a'luded to by a
earning newspaper man as a person who
has devised a church ritual of his own,
which is not orthodox, but Voysey-versy.
In his new litany he has inserted this
much-needed supplication, "That it may
please Thee to help all literary persons,
and the editors of the public press."
Two Chicagoans, unaccustomed to
worship, debated with the scxtouwhetn
er they. would take seats in the parquet
or balcony ot a church.
Hie total amount of "conscience mo
ney" received bv the United States
treasurer tiace 1803 is 127,000.
It is now proposed to put nitroglycer
ine in;o trunks to warn basrgage men
against handling them roughly.
For some time it was doubtful just
what the "New Departure really was
The 7th of November cleared up that
cloud- It was simply a fulalment ol
that prophetic sentence, "Depart ye
cursed into everlasting darkness, pre
pared for the devil and his angels."
"If ye have tears to shed
Prepare to shed them now."
The Odd Fellows of Davenport have
sent the suffering Odd icllows ol Lhi
cago 300 bushels of onions.
A lady who had been traveling in the
Argentine Republic crives a sickening
account of the annual religious ccremo
nv of ftaiiellation. She was present in
the principal church in Cordova with a
vast multitude, all provided with "dis
ciples; the lights were extinguished,
and then for ten minutes went on a sound
of -lashing flesh, as the poor people
laid the instruments of torture on their
own tare shouidc:s.
A writer in a New York paper says
Unfortunately for the health writers,
humanity cannot practically be cut iuto
parcels and woiked by hygienic machin
ery. Men and women will not be forced
into diet on Graham bread and abjuring
tea and coffee. They stick to their meats
and their sauces, their pastries and their
six o'clock dinners, smd whue the doctor
scolds the patient laughs. Life is not
worth haviug if desert is going to be
limited to a roasted apple, and it' soups
and salads arc to be bauk-ked from the
In some remarks upon souinanibul
ism, a correspondent of the Scientific
Anuricin expresses his belief that the
whole philosophy in hlecp-walking has
its foundation in habit, acquired by dis
turbance at some regular hour elevoted
to sleep. He says he has noticed that
children who are allowed to go to sleep
on the floor or lounge in the evening,
and afterward, at seme regular hour, are
aroused (of course only partially awa
kened) and sent to bed, will in time ac
quire the habit of sleep-walking. Par
ents might well take notice of this state
ment. In any case, it is injurious for
children to be ia the habit of going to
sleep any where in the evening except in
their beds. If they are sleepy it is bed
time for them, no matter how early it
Queen Victoria's Christmas present to
the Emperor Alexand?r will be six South
Down sheep from the Northumberland
folds. Docs she mean to pull the wool
over his eyes?
Of the severity of the forest fires, the
Green Bay, Wisconsin, Advocate relates
the-following in describing the fire at
Peshtigo : Tho cooler-headed survivors
of the great fires at Peshtigo and other
points agree ia the statement that the
tire did not come upon them generally
from burning trees and other objects to
the windward, but the first notice they
had of it was a whirlwind of flame in
great clouds from above the tops of the
trees, which fell upon and enveloped
everything. The atmosphere seemed
one of fire. The poor people inhaled it,
or the intense hot air, and fell down
dead. Thi3 is verified by the appear
ance" of many of the corpses. They
were found dead in the roads, and open
spaces where there were no visible marks
of tire near by with not a trace of burn
ing upon their bodies or clothing. At
Sugar Bush, which is a clearing four
miles wide at some points, corpses were
found in the open road between fences,
which were only slightly burned. No
mark of fire was upon them, but they
laid there as if aslttep. This seems to
explain why so many were killed in com
pact masses. Fences and cleared fields
were burned in s-pots and elsewhere not
touched. Fish were killed in the streams.
A victim of Greeley's handwrit'ng
says: "If Horace had written that in-sc-rption
on the wall of Babylon, Bel
shazzar would have been a good deal
more scared than he was."
Rev. Robert Collycr preached in St.
Louis the other evening. He lost his
home and church in the fire at Chicago.
He remarked that amidst the desolation
and horror there was something more
beautiful and noble than anything he
had feen in the world before, for the
splendid American character then came
out in a beauty such as he had never
witnessed in his life. He did not hear a
lnan moan; he did not see a woman
weep." lie a i led that he had cried, but
it was because he was an Englishman.
Mr. Colder has come up to the emerg
ency in the pluckiest manner.
Edward Jones (called by the Punch at
the time In-i-go Jones), who thirty years
ago fell ia love with Queen Victoria aud
used to enter forcibly the royal residence
sometimes going down the chimneys
that he might gaze upon the royal
countenance, is just dead in St. Giles
hovel. To get rid of the amorous in
truder, he was shipped off to Australia,
from which land he returned about five
years since with the tender passion still
burning in his bosom, albeit the lady has
grown old and fat. and is a grand moth
er. Being suddenly told by somebody,
who probably did not know his feelings,
that her majesty was hopelessly ill, Ed
ward Jones took to his bed aud speedily
The Editor of the Albia Spirit wants
to find an owner for a gutta-percha ink
stand which a gentleman left in his
corn crib at night. .
The Chicago papers are down on In
surance adjusters who wear big watch
chains, and who- value a risk at 10,000
when they tak it, and. only at $5,000
when they come ra pay for the I033 of it
The Two aiost Successful,
Popular and Perfect,
O O K I
OF THE PERIOD
Are Our Well Known
BP1GURB BROILERS !
Entb are of the Fiiap'est Constructi'-n. anil
so liasily uiauagcd that we suarautce them to
Ai no article ia the household has a Rreater in
fluence in proiotinp the health, comurt an;l
happiness of th t'nui ily circle than the Coli
fatove, it is economy as well as policy to pet llie
ho.it. nn.l in 1, i! v in r th e Charter Oak, you
can rely on getting the most successful, popular
an-1 perfect cooking stove ever made.
In using tn Kpicure Uroilcr you are aiways
sure ol having
Juicy, Tender and Delicious Beefstakcs
Chickens, Hams, Chops, &c.
EXCELSIOR L'FC'T CO.
C12 C14 N. Main Street,
St. Louia 3Io.
LIVE STOVE DEALERS.
Tootle, Hanna & ClirK,
Cxoltl ami Silver Colli,
SJ.B, aud oilier Sioclcs
Diafts drawn on all parts of the United State
and Europe. Deposits received, and special a-,
tention given to collections.
HW a TOH
Weeping Water, Nebraska,
HATS. CAPS COOTS.
SHOES. NOTIONS, Jfcc..
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER.
SHINGLES AND LATH.
W e are Agents for
Willccx & G:bi3 Sewing Machine
Northwest Corner Third and Centra
Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Amount Insu. ed, $6,000,000
John M. Phillips, President.
Jno. P. P. Peck, Vice-President.
N. W. Harris, Secretary.
E. P. Marshall, Aitant Secretary.
John Davis. M. D., WmJ. Davis. M- D.,
-a jy ex zek nr:cK'ocr,xxnt990.
11. S. Hunt, 1) D, Cor. See. Frcedmcn's Aid So
,A t'. Larki, J.arkin, Wright & Co Bankers,
iV. TV. JItirri, Sec -ctary Union Central Life
John Lbchnower, Lurkin, Wright it Co., Ban
Harrry LWamp. Larkin, Wright & Co-, Ban
.Mm Mti, M Jl. No S2S Elm street Cin.
Wm li. nti. .1 D. No 310 Elm street, Cin.
John P. P. Peck. Vice-President of Union
Central Life Insurance Co.
Phillip 1uphe, Hamilton, Ohio
Israel Wiitiam, Attorney at Law, Hamilton O.
Peter Mnrjihi, Hamilton, Ohio
Jim J L L'httlfant, Cincinnati, Ohio
John M PhiUnm. President of Central Life In
Lee P Gillette. Uei .A pent For Nebraska
J II Pukssos. Local Afrtnt
It H Livingston', .Medical Examiner
J. W. SHANNON'S
PEED, SALE AND
P lattsmouth, Nebraska.
I am prepared to accommodate the public with
Horses, Carriages. Bugyies and a No. 1 Hearse
on i-hort notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
will run toithc steamboat landing, and to all part
ofthe city when desired.
Jexioary 1. 1871 diwtf.
Taken un by tha subscriber, one-half mile
from Weeping Water Bridge, in Avoca prv
ciot. one bay mare about 14 hands hizh,
th left eye Mind,, snip on tha end of the
com, supposed to bests years old. :
Oct, 21t'a wE.
- - '' - AN D N E W FI RM .J "L L
Call linil sec laow clieap CiDodU caw le sold
Dry Goods, Groceries? Clothing, Notions
Cloths ffitotdje, IJtklrt Silver )latti Mm, SJnsical i
Instruments & Spectacels,
Agents for Ogans, Pianos, Melodeons, and Sewing Machines of all Best Makers'!
ITIaiii Street, Opposite Brooks Honse.
lIattsmouZ&9 - - - ebrasfta.
Wanted, City, County and Territorial Warrants, for which the highes market
price will be paid. Sept. 7th, w 3 ni.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
GREAT RUSH ! LARGE CROWDS ! !
D. SCHNASSB 8c CO,
N"E"W YOEK STOEE
Ibe best aid
STOCK OF DRESS GGOI
Are new oa exhibition at tho New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. Wo call particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YAW- JS, BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous customers. 4 large stock of
ATS AND CAPS,
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
IMvitlciicIs oil tlic
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1st. This is a Western Company, managed by Western men, whose known finanancial charac
ter, ability and position, all'orii ami.le guaranty lor its careful and succesful management.
2d. Its Polices are all iion-l'orl'ei I ingr.
3d. Premium all cnsli. It receives no notes and trives none. Policy holders have no intcret:
to pay, and no outstanding notes as liens upon their policies,
lib. It has no restriction upon travel.
5th. Its dividends are made upon the contribution plan.
6th. Its business is excluseivly life insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest npon premiums paid, hence the Company that loans its assets
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. K.istern companies invest their
moneys at 6 percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per cent, or more.
The advantage of Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following startliDf
figures: The amount of $1,000, invested for fifty years at
t per cent, compound interest, is 3 18,120.15 -H
" " -S.i.Su'l.Ol
io " " " ii7,.;.i.5
12 " " " 31S.00rt.O0
It is obvious that this company offers greater financial advantage and inducements to the
policy-holder than any other company in existanca
II D Macka. President.
George A Moore. Secretary,
J Jones. Ass't Secretary,
II L li'ewinan. Treasurer
D M Swan. Vice- Hrident,
Dr J L Wevcr, Med. i)'tor.
D Sh're, Leavenworth. Kan,
J g lUchards.
11 K Hammond "
11 Edgerton. "
S M Strickler. Junction City
Clias Robinson, La wrance,
II D Meckay, Leavenworth Kan
1 M Swan, "
W U Coffin,
Geo A Moore.
U W Powers,
Geo L Davis, St. Louis. Mo
W. MARSHALL, Asent;
R LIVINGSTON. Med Examine
more too. are going to
Advantage totthe Policy Holders
II A Cslkins, General Agent,
W E Harvey, Con. actuary,
T A liurd. Attorney.
II L Newman LeavenwcrthK
W K Chemberlain.
TAHurd, " "
E 11 Allen,
C A l'erry. Weston, Mo,
G W Veal, Topeka, Kansas.
J M Price Atchison, Kan.
V R Stebbius, " "
Agentfor Nebraska and iVortUcrn.&iansa-)
K. T. DUKE &CO
mm M.m-m i m
AT FOOT OF MA IX STREET
Wholesale k Retail De ilcrs in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
IRON. STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, ia.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
BUCKS PA TEXT,
LOYAL C O OK
And Other First-Class Cooking
Coal or Wood kept on hand..
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stirini; and' Breaking IMoavs
At Net-Cos; for Casli.
Our prices are ns low as any hous;e in the
T WILL furnish parties with stone for building
JL purposes at reasonable rates, at my quarrvor
delivered on the cars at Louisville station 'llie
toliowi e kind 3 can be had on short notice, silis,
caps, perch rock, line or rod sand sfone such as
was used by the IS. it 31. K. It. in the construe
ti t : e their stone work. All responsible
oruers promptly inn-u AUiirew.
J. T. A. HOOVER
dcwtf Louisville Station.
To .dnvKKTlSLTis All persons who conlcm
p'ate mukiiH; contracts with new?p.iper?for tho
insertion of Advertisements should tund Vi
for a Circular, or inclose 25 cenrs for their One
hundred I'nco i'amphiet. coniainirtir Li.ts of
3,0ti Newspapers ami intimates, shoving the
cost of advertising, also many useful hints toad
vertisers, and somn nccouutof the experiences
of men y. ho arc known as successful advertis
ers. This linu aro proprietors ol the American
Newspaper Advertisioif Agency.
and are possessed of nnequaled facilities for
securing the insertion of advertisements in all
Ntwspiij ers nd Periodicals at lowest rates.
G17 St. Charles Street.
Longer located in St. Louis than any Chron
ic i'bysiciai.. so succession v Irr.iLta Situ-, I,
uid Ct triplicated Venereal Disease as to brink
paucnis irom every state. Jlu hospital op
iprluouics. a lile time exnerience. with rmr
-st drugs prepared in ihe establishment. e-uref
uses given un bv others, no mutter who full
sd ; tell yoi.r private troubles. Consultation
reo. e-eua two stamps lor medical essays
Manhood. Womanhood, sent b
inail. 15 cents each, both for 25 cts, liJO pages
All that the curious, doubtful or inouuit v
.vish to know all aout Self-pollution l'rcven-
lon. Marriajte. J. very young man anil wo
nan ought to read it as a warning. Tho nor
vous debilitated o. partially impotent an
-ciecti'-cally auviseJ. dcc2d I wly
ESTABLISHED IN 1801.
h&ZxZZ DEALER IN
SILVtil AND PLA'IKD WAKE,
UOLI PKNS Sl'CTACLEd, t
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Watohei, Clocks and Jewelry repaired ceatly
tud with disuatcb.
r.Uemoved to opposite Platte Valley Hons
i pit i nor. iu w it.
Weeping Water Nebraska.
lioots. and Shoes.
Hats, and Cans.
Atri-Icultnral Imrdiments of all kinds. Weir or
"f X L" Cultivators. Union Corn Planter.
irandetour and Princeton Plows. &c Jcc ailind
tatum. all of which we ofier to the Dublic at the
owest retail prices.
All Joils Warranted
3Our constant aim wi!l be to sell so low
will be to the positive advantage of every inr
er in the w stern and .-- tral portion o : Cas
u-tv Ut make this their headquarters for tiad-
CEDAR CREEK KILLS
It in running order now.
$gT Wanted 50000
ishels of Wheat. Satisfaction will be given
customers in griuding and sawing.
flour. Corn meal, aud Lumber, will be sold
Cheap for Cash.
Com one. Come all. and give the Ccda
Creek Mill a trial.
Oct. 12th wl r
TnVen un bv the undersigned on his promis
es, three miles soma of Plattnuoath, thrco
bead of As. One is a light dun color, the
t her a dirk brown with a dun colored colt : iio
marks or brands perceptible.
Nov. 1C w. i
41 lark Eovv' H
J. II. EU1TKI1Y
WnolSALX l.tO CETAIL
Is receiving and bus on hni.l 'at t!io
old. sUiud. of WbiUsX liuttcrjS
South aide Main Street, riatttmoutL. yt
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of IVnpj, Mcdifino. Tiiinin. CIk-imi ;
Lead. Vrni.-b. ConH'il. Fish . V ,
Oil, nrcl in? Oil. (Vtrr Oil. Ni-nt -'i
Oil. bale Oil. I.infcp.l Oil, I. I
Oil. EswntialOil. 0...1 Lb-..; p,
and a larjrp vri.'ty " , '
lion?. Perfume,- 1 ,
aril oilet .Arh.-i . ,
- - Esscncei. I- i.i
vorins e.Tir -,c
PATENT MED Gl?m
Javne'it 1 '
Ayers , Scovi::
Hall's Christie's 'y
Lu iu's. Morse', .'.. i
Wistnr's, WriphtV, W.i-..
field, Guysott's. l'erry liu.
Roback's. Pctitt V, Mrs. W'i'i-'. v
Dr. Wim-licll's lliistettcr's. S::
Wallace's. West's and ofthe most p"! u! ,
Patent Medicines in use ut the prceni !-
Brandies Wines and Whis!ia
Of the Ucst Grades and qualities, strictly fer
Red or R'- Green, IJIitc. Ebck. Analino, Ji -dife'o.
Madder, Extract Logwood,
Woods, Ac. In fact everything
that is needed in the drug
or Medicul line.
Carefully c-i t pounded and put up at till h.
All Drugs wa, rented fresh and pure. C.il I'
fore buying, ami r-ec what I have to sell.
Plattsmouth, Ftb. )th.d.Vivtf.
WALL FilFESR I i
AH Paper Trimmed free cf
Aho Dealer in
Latest Publications. .
Prescriptions carefully compounded by
Kcicember the pluce. threedoors we-t 1
Herald office; PUiUmouth, Nebraska.
THE (JllKAT CALSi;
HUMAN MISERY !
Juit I'ublithed, in a teafrd envelope. Pi ire C
A Lecture on t'no Nature, Treatment. -i
Radical cure of permalorrleea, t .Si-imtm
Weakness, Involuntary Einiy-ionx, Sexual J.ii -bility,
and Impediments to Marriago gciierull ;
Nervousnes. t'onj-uuiptiun, Kidlepcy. and Ki .
Mental and Phisieal Incaiacity, resulting tcr.,'
self-abuse, A'c By Robert J. CulverwcII. A'.
Dr. author of the "(ircen IJook Ac.
Tho world renoiined author, in this admir'i
ble Lecture, clearly proves fro i his own ex p. r J
ience that tho awlul cor.Heouenee ot self-iilju-lnay
be effectually removed without ioe li( inl
and without dangerous suigical oj.i i.ttioin. I
gies. instruments, rings or ci.i'iiali, p' iiifi
out a mode of cure at once certain an 1 -n ..? ..
by which every suifercr, no maf ter wht hi e i.
dition may be, msy cure himself cheaply, i .
vately, and radically. This Ico'urc will pro.--.,
born to thousands and thou..-irnl-..
Scot under seal, to any aildre?.-, in a ! '
pri-tled envelope, on the receipt of si x cei.t
two ': nuc i-tiuiiv. Also lv. Culverw
niurri;t?o guide,' price 2 j cents. Address :
CHAS. J. C KLINE
127 Bowery New York. P. O- Lox JiSC
Dee 22 wly
iVi. B. MURPHY,
AND DliALEIl I N
harness, Sabblts, ribltr
Blankets, Brushes, &c
mm. jb2 jh afc. -ia; rwj rj
Promplly Executed.-All work Warrcntc .,
i"FINE HARNESS A SPECIALIT Y."
Nov. SO.wtf riattp.mouth, Neb
Ll J KUIL IS ALU
LOTS FOR SALU
LOTS FOR SALK
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