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Mr. Leonard ha not . interviewed the
IT ERA LI, "upon the subject yet, but we
rathcrgacsahc ishappy; end wc are hap
py to conciututate him upon bis happi
ness. Ltaic life And a happy ono to tbe
boy, eay we, . Z
We hear that the cold weather "wo
have been having has brought the gtcre
down, and that they are "quite abundant
in the vicinity of Plattsmouth. !
J i.. . -,, . ,.
By a diligent perusal of tbo papers
from all sections of the country far a
year or two past, we have made the din.
covary that when the editor of a paper
is away it is always the "devil" that runs
the paper. . So the "devil" is officiating
here at present, and if our readers find
any 6ign of the horns and cloven hoof,
(metaphorically, we mean), this will ac
count for it. Do not be too much fright
ened, however, for the editor will doubt
less soon return on his way rejoicing,
wnicn may be changed into weeping
when he gets here, and rescue the "little
concern" freni the hands of the afore
said imp of darkness.
The man who popped the oucstion bv
tarlight got his sweetheart's consent in
The bridgo acroia the Platto is pro
gressing finely, and it is to be hoped that
wo will bare that outlet before many
days. It will be a great convenience to
both riattsmouth and Omaha.
Ye local can bless the day, for then ho
can go up to the tram o mornings and
get an item or two.
Buying Your Green-house and
DONT send Enst for Plants when you ran
fret Just 1 rood for less monev nenri-r
home. To my numerous friend and patrons I
would Fay that I biiye the InTucrl and be:t
s.'ock of plant, ever offered tor .le in tne west
and proooso to sell them at reasonable price.
xe (ur a" semi tot my -
New icscriptlve dlalou.
which will be pent free to nil who apply for it
Then give r.ie your orders, and feel conldect
I ean satisfy you.
AUrtrexn, V. J. IIRSSKR.
reb. 11 d&w riati'mouth. hcb.
W A NT K i .
We will give energetic tufa and women
Business that will Pay
From $3 to $8 per day; can be pursued
in your own neighborhood, and is strict
ly honorable. Particulars free, or sam
ples that will eRable you to co to work at
once, will be sent on receipt of two three
cent stamps. ...
Address. J. LATHAM A CO..
97d5t 1HJZ 202 Washington hit.. Jioston, Mjuk.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PLATTSMOUTH NEBRASKA.
Tootle, Kanna & Clark.
S, B L O'OM- & CO.,
S- BLOOM , CO.,
f T. n m
John R. Ci.mct
C. II. P4RMKME,
T. W. Evaks,
Died On Friday, the 1st day of No
vember, 1S72, of Membranous Croup,
Emmet Arme.ie Dilley, son of D. H.
and Francis It. Dilley, aged 4 years 10
months and 16 day.
Funeral at tbe rcsidenco of Jas. IT.
Dilley, Saturday afternoon, at 2 p. m.
Thin Rank is now nuen for business at tei:
new room, corner Main and Sixth streets, and
are prepared to transact a general -
Draft drawn, available In anv nrt of th
United State and in all the principal town
nd Cities of Europe.
no v.s A.vn ciiilu!:ea$ cloth lyu
Hats zn Cups. Boots an: Shoes,
6CANXETS, 8D0D3, Tf.U-.XS, VALISES, E J
Main Street- Set-onJ Door East of the Court Uwuje
BRANCH HOI E PronUway.Couucil Bluer Iowa.
Plattsinoulh Boot and Shoe
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES
Repairing neatly done uy
Main Street, Plattsmouth,
(n t uke's Old Stand.
Keb. jnn i5diwt
Peters' Musical Monthly for Novem
ber, price SO cents, contains the follow
ing choice collection of Mew Music.
The pieces are also published in sheet
form at the prices annexed : Save one
Bright Crown for me Sons and Choru9,
Hays, 40 cts ; Asking a Blessing from
Mother Song and Chorus Stewart, 30
cts. ; Thou art no longer Mine Ballad,
Danks 'M ofs. ; Lost and Found Bal
lad Donnikcr 30 cts. ; Lord, forever
at Thy Side Solo and Quartet Panks.
2j CtS ;A Night in Venice Vocal Duet, Europe can purchase tickets from us tbraugh .
OB THE CELEBRATED
OF S T E A M E R S.
Persons wishing tobrinjr out their friends from
X-Opposite the Platte Valley House, in Schlater's Jewelry Store,
Main SHreet, I'lattsifiioiiih. Webrnska
:i J i ja r
3z vmkj - mi-
DECKER BROS.. MM,
A. MILLER & CO S
Vhole?iile and Retail Dealer in Strings She-1 Jlu.-Ic and ull k.nds of Musical Mcrehaa i;
"MUS1CAL INSTRUMENTS Tned and liVired Satisfaction (Um'ecd..i
J. Wtuii, Propri.tor. R. H. McDoxalb Co., DrunciiU t
, Co. Afenu, Smi t nujcbcv, Ci.f mud M Comiurc Mrtcl, N,. T
' MILLIONS Bear Te.Kinany to their
! Wonderfal Curallvfc Eflecta.
They arc not a vile Fancr Drink, Uade ot Poar
' Ilain, Whltkcr, Proor Spirit and Befaaa
. Lloaora doctored, .piced and (vreetened topleaaa tle
, taste, called "Tonloa, "AppcUier," "netorers,"4iC.,
J that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
I a true Medicine, mode from the xntive Boots and Herb
j of California, free from nil Alcoholic Stlma
i laata. They are the UK EAT UI.OOI) PURL
j FIElland A LIFE 1J1V1NO Fill NCI FLE,
i a perfect Renovator and Invijtorator of tlie System,
' earryinf; off all poiwnous matter and restoring tbeblood
! to a healthy condition. Ko person can take these Bit
! ter according to direction, and remain long unwell,
i provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
I poison or other weans, and the vital organ, wasted
; bcyoml the point of repair.
j They are a Geatle I'araative a well aa a
; Tonic, possessing, also, the peculiar merit of acting
' aa a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflara?
tnation of tbo I.iver, and nil the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood or at
Uie turn of life, these Tonic Bitter, havo no equal.
For Inflammatory and C'hroulc Itneuma
tlain and (lout, Dyapepala or Indigestion,
Illlious, Remittent and Intermittent Fe
vers, Dlscnaca of the Iliood, Liver, Kid'
aeya and Bladder, these Bitter, have been most
successful. Such IM.ensca are caused by Vitiated
Blood, which i. generally produced by derangement
of the Digcative Organ.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache, PaiD In the Shoulders, Cooghs, Tightness of tha
Chest, Dizziness, Bour ruetation. of the Btomach.
Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation oi
tha Heart. Iuflammatiou of the Lungs, Pain in tbe re
gion, of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offspring, of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate tbe Stomach and stimulate the toiytd
Liver and Bowels, which render tbeai of unequalled
tffieacy in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and Im
parting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Boils, Car
puneles. Ring-Worms, Scald Head. Sore Eyes , Erysipe
las. Itch.Hcurfs, Discolorations of the tkin. Humors and
Diseases of tbe Skin, of whatever name or nature, are
literallv dug up and carried out of the system in a short
time by tbe useot these Bitters. One bottle in such
ease, will convince tbe most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you Gud It. im
parities bursting through th. .kin in Pimple., Erup-
t tion. or Sore. ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
and sluggish In tbe vein. ; cleans, it when H is foul,
and your feeling, will teU you when. Keep the Mood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Fin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the
system of so many thousand., are effectually destroyed
and removed. Bay. a distinguished physiologist,
there i. seareelv an individual nnnn the tar.m or thA
j earth whose body i. exempt from the presence of
worm. It i. not upon the healthy elements of the
, body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humor.
2nd slimy deposits that breed these living monster, of
isease. No System of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
tree uie system rrom wrma iixe
E. T. DUKE CO.
.11- FOOT OF JULY STREE7
Wholesale Jt Retai! Deilers in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves
:iOM . ST EL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tool?, ,tc.
keep or lund a J-nrge Sto k of
BUCKS FATE. VI,
L O Y A L C O OK
And Other First-Class Cooking
of All kinds
Coal or 'Wood kert on hand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
WM- II BROWN,
Fruits and Ornamental Nursery Stock.
FLOWEKS, BULBS and GREEN HOUSE
DOUBLE AND SINrtLB ACTING FORCE
AND FARM PUMPS,
FEED milS, ETC.,
The Ilallndny Mill has stood the test for six
teen yenr. hr.th in the United States and Eu
rope and is the only one
Generally adopted ty all Principal Rail
roads and Farmers.
SenJ for catalogue end price list,-1
A. L. STRANG,
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
WALL ?a?BR ! !
To the East North and Southeast.
STATIONS. IVpns MAIL.
Leave PI.ittmouth, 3 3)j. in, 5 :.0 . in.
Arrive Bu linglon 7. 0 a- m. 10.."0. in.
" vcpdola 11.15 a-u. 3.23 a. ic.
" CUicafc-o.CB.iQ ) 3.15 p.m. 7.00 a. m
Peoria.. " 9.C0 a. m.t 1J.50.. in,
" Ind'p'iii'I B.tf W. C;15p. id. 9 2,"ia. m.
" Cincinnati " ll.' Op. in, 4.15 p. m.
" Loganp't T.PAW 5.55 p.m. 9.20 a. m.
"Columbus " 2.15 a.m. 6.30 p.m.
ThrouKh Curs from MiKxouri River to Chi
cnijo. In.iMiiapolis, Cincinnati. Logunfiiort and
Connections nt those point with lines leml.
inir to the Knst, North and Sonth.
This id tbe Bert, SKortcmt, (Juickent and Chtm.
ett Route. 4
Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets via
the Burlincrtnn nnd Missouli Kiver Railrnad
A.K.TOUZALIN. C K.PKRK1NS.
Gcn'l 'lickct A (rent. Gen'l Sup')
vV aal f a
TIios. W. Shryock,
And dealer in all kind, of
JSS? Trees warrauted true to name.
Any siock o, ticed ihat cicnot be fai nisbtii (h
mooey wi'.l be promptly refunded.
J. B. CLARK.
xju'.-uuuHii tsip. ; uracie 8 waltz
Kinkcl 35 cts. ; Rosebud Scliottischc,
Ucebe 35 ots. ; L'Afrieaino Kinkel
rS5 cts. ; Canary Schotiiscbe Rauch
Yon can' cet a1! the abovo Music for
30 cents by ocniinr for the November
number of Peters' Musical Monthly, or
the Publisher will send the last four
numbers for $1.
xr t, f ,?Jlrc33',J- J 1 TERS' Save money by paying Cash for your
I'iuaiu i uuuMitr, o-j'j isroauway, isew Goods,
V e expect fun ono of these days j
when there gets to be frost, on those two
boards across the gulch in front of our
CLA11K & PLUMMEUS.
Jl IS SO Ull I VALLEY LI PR
3. WALKXK, Proprietor.
r.h. McDonald & co-
DrursHsU and Oen. Agents. Ban Francisco. Calirornla,
OLD BX ALL DSLUGIST3 AUD PEALMK8.
N. Cox, of Centre valley, came in aDd
left' tbe Herald a William or two.
Good man, Cox.
Tho French licel has gone completely
out of fashion. .
noncE, coiniT adjoueued.
Omaha, City, Neb., Oct. 10, IS72.
By virtue of tho authority in me vest
ed, it is ofdered that the September
term ot tne liistnct Uourt tor Uitss Co.,
bo further adjourned, from the first
iuonaayin xiovemhor to the second Mon
day in December. 1872.
Witness my hand the day and year
ursi Roove written.
Geo. B. Lake,
Our old friend Hon. II. J. Hudson, of
Columbus, an old Democrat and member
of tho Legislature hut year, comes out
for Grant in a whopping strong letter,
published in the Platte Joum d, and
fron which we shall make some extracts
STAPLE k FANCY" DRY GOODS,
Also a full stock of
QROCKniES, BOOTS and SHOES.
HATS and CAPS.
Wc buy largely for cash and se'l
cheap for tho money.
(tore opposite the Brooks House),
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
ALL POLICIES T0i-F0IFLITIiG
IHviflcnc.M on the Coiitribcitioii lla.
Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to" the Palicy Holders
REASONS FOR INSUSING IN THIS COMPANY
.k"i-T,,!s li" Wt J'ompanj-. man.ie.l br Wes,ein men. whose k
il. Its Policies are all oii-orlri 1 iug
tio Ti V ltre,e,v's.n no:e and jrives none: Toli
4tQ. It OU SI) rMlruMmn I nnn travel
nown finaecial cliarae.
cy holders hare no in-
Juilfje Maxwell returned from Lincoln
and he looks fine as a fiddle, if we may
be allowed to speak so familiarly of a
"Ceph" Metteer sold his trotting
mare the other day for one thousand
dollars, Iofs a ten dollar green back.
Things is working election is coming.
flood weather has left us. Mickelwaifci
baa plenty of coal, Brown's trees are all
j?one to Bally hack and Horace Greeley
is almost elected to stay where he is.
itisu ta uai'yy. i lllHO 4U1SS V I-
Vian visited riattsmouth last night for
the first time and everybody says "Oh
my ! what a pretty baby looks like its
A Heavy Stock of Goods on '.
Its dividends ar n.Mil imnn th. i .
w busine!ta i exc usivoly life losuranco.
..u .t1?e"c?'uUtion of Interest upon premiums paid, hence the ComDAny that loan. i
Pr eont, compound interest, is $18 4 0 15
. .. " " 4rt.)1.64
Vi .. V. " 117.3fil.85
. 318 OLvS 06
olicbolder thaaany othcrnancUl ad vantages and inducements to?Mt
at . . , MU
Pattsmouth Mills !
PLATTSMOUTH. MEBR iSKA.
C0?AU 1IEISEL ----- Proprietor
Flour. Cm-n Meal. Feed, ie.. Always on hand
una tJfSuic at lowest Vu?h l'rice?.
5-The Hishcst nrice naid for Wheat and
8Particular attention given to cus
tt.o Pain, kut
pre pa i
with NEVKH KA1L1.(
SANDS OI? CASKS.
It not only relieves the e
acidity, and pivts tone and enertrJthe whole
system, it wiil also instantly relieve .
Griping in the. Iloiceh and Wind Ottec.
We believe it the host and surest remedy in
theworid, in nil eases of lysentery and .Diar
rhoea ia children, whether arriving from teeth
ing - r tiny oiher caur'e.
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
JMirand U'.ah to Your InfinU.
Bo sure and call for
"Mr; Yinslow' Sootnint Syrup."
Havinsr the fic-iimile of "CURTIS St PliR
hl:S' cn the outbid wrapper.
ld by Urupgists throughout the world. 10
617 St. Charles Street.
I r xypmar located in St. Louis than any Chrm
I lj. 1? Physiclat. so micces? fully treats Simple
jana ucmplicated V enereal Dic.i.- aa to brine
yaucuis iruia every stale, uij nospitnl op
oprtanities. a life-lime e.Tnerienc. with rnw-
est drafts prepared in the establu hruent, cure?1
cases iriveu un bv others, no m.itior uhi r,.;i.
ed : tell yot r nrivate troubles. iVniiilrntmn
free. Send two c tamps for medical e- iys.
manhood. Womanhood, se 1
mail. 15 cents each, both for 25 cm, 100 page-".
All that the carious, doubtful ir innnir r
I wish to knosr all about Self-pollution Preven
'ion. Marriaze. Krery young man and wo
inan onrht to reJ it as a warnins Thn nrr
Ivous debilitated or partially imputt-Dtcm
Iscientically advisrd.wn c'ttl'o
S. T. i860 x.
This wonderful vegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of tbe feeble and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial for tlu
aged and lanjld it has no enual anion?
stoniachies. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women 3re es
pecially subject, it is superseding even
other stimulant. In all climates, tropi-
1 . ,
ai, ieuifn;rat or irigia. 11 aets as a
specific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down tbo animal spirits.
iec. as. diw lyr.
Weeping Vater, Nebraska.
Boots, and Shoes.
Hats, and Caps.
Acrionltnral Iinplcraent" of all kinds. Weir and
I X L Cultivators. Union Corn Planters
Grandetourand Princeton Plows. Jtc, ie ,adiu-
"" "i wuica weoner to me public at the
owe-st retail prices.
All Goods Warranted
"Our constant aim will be to sell so low that
it will be to the positive advantage of every far
mer in the western and central portion of Cass
county to make this their headquarters for trade
All Paper rrimmed free of
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions carefully compounded by anez
Rcmomber the place, threedoors we?t of the
Herald office: Plattsmouth. Kobra.ka.
PUBISSIfclA ET OPTIMA.
maib BTiKKt, (third door east of P 0
"Ropairing and Varnixhing neatly uono.
funerals attended on the shortest notice.
For Your Groceries Oe To
Curner Third and Main Strc.ts, PlitLiooti
5IIe keeps on hand a choice
well selected Stock of
Fo&tntianJXn Interest on K.trrofcrd capital
II D Maekav, President,
1 M Swan. V iee-Presiilont,
Dr. J L Wever, Med. D'to:.
George A Moore, Secretary.
J Jones, Ass't Secretary,
11 L Norman. Treasurer
ILA.P;,kins' Qeaeral Ajrent,
V t Harvey. Coir, actuary,
T A Hurl. Attorney.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN TUB
bome fellow sends us a letter from
along the B. & M. R. TL It's a whop
Doctor Thomas, of Weeping Water,
called at on the Herald one day last
week mod left his respects and a "eub"
ur w. co wags me woria. Miccess
will follor in the wale of the Doctor,
we Icel it m our bones. He paj-s the
North si.ie Maia between Second and Third sU.
Takes pleasure in announcing to
Farmer. and Mechanics.
net,:,, t .u i'
J F Richards.
II R Hammond "
H Edsertou '
Ta. ijsrner. "
S M Strickler. Junction City
Chan Robinson, Law ran ce.
H D Meckay, Leavenworth Kan.
I M Swan. "
W G Co 8 in.
Geo A Moore, " '
D V Powers,
Geo L Davis. St. Louis. Mo '
E Hastinirs. " "
MR Morgan " u
H L Newman Le ?aa forth,,
W E Chemberlain.
E B Allen,
CAI W, Weston. Mo.
V w . eal Topeka. Kansas.
J M Price Atchison, Kan.
V R Stebbins. "
HAGAN'S MAGNOOIA BALM give, to the Com
plexion the Freshness of Youth.
That he h is as Iare and well selected stock if
. vriKi'is, Groceries, rrovisions. as were
ever brought to U oijr of Plattsmouth.
1. It. CO 11Z, T
Hen. tgenl for .Nebraska mid Xorllieru Kansi
Good Traveling Solictors Wantsd.
IIqan'3 magnolia Balm overcomes the
.flashed ippen.ru.noe oaascd by heat, fatigue and
excitement. It makes the lady of forty appear
but twenty, and so natural and perfect that no
perron can detect its application. tSy its use
the roughest rkin is made to rival the pure
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It removes
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
nothing: thai will injure the skin the least.
Magnolia Balm is used by all fashionable
ladies in New York. London and Park. It
cost only 75 cents per Bottle, and is sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
THE MASTER SPIRITS OF THE WORLD
THE TREASURE HOUSE OF AMERICA.
The Great Book or the Tssr,
AgenU report sales of 25 to 100 copies in a few
hours or days. Pkos'ectps Fate Addiess
J. TV. GOOD SFEED,
x-Ne7. Jor' Chicaso. Cincinnati, St. Lonis
Aew Orleans. 2Swl0t
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not t
eonta n a fioclo particle of Mercurv. or anv in.
juriuus mineral fsubjtance. but is
r or forty years it h.i nrnvoil its -rt vol...
in all diseases of tli I.U-nr Itmcl, nn.i a
'i housand of the rnml nn in nil ......... r
me laiuuuj vuucu ior its wonaerrui !nd iiecu-
i.i r i.wer in puruyiPfr tne oloou. stunula' inir
he t-rnid I vcr ami lmwil nnrt imr.;.
Dew life and Vi?nrt.i tha wtinl. a.-aA.n c:
i mons Liver Regulator isacknowledged to have
. LIVER MEDICINE,
It contains four medical element,, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
Pr, Deration vii i a gentle Cathartic, a wondor
lul J omc. an un-e.tccitionahle Alttrativo ,n.l
a certain Corrective of;;ll imiuritie of the body
huch signal snccess has attendei its use, that it
is now regarded as the
. GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC.
'"r Liver Complaint a - d the painful offspring;
,l,cr"'i, n-wii. uyspepsia, Lonstipan n,
Jaundico. Bilious at a ks Sick headache. Colic
Depression of Spirits. 6our Stomach, Heart
JJUI u, d o tx .
liegula:a the liver and prevent.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Prepared only by J. n ZEILIN A CO.
. , . . . Dmjrgrists. Macon. Ga.
bend for a Circular 1 and 329 Arch street.
Price SI; by mail 1.96 f Philadelphia Pa.
For Sale by J R BUTTERY,
jan4wl7. PlatUmouth. N.b.
, Ac, Jtr, j.
SAlso a good assortment of Boots 1 She. 9
In Connection with the Grocery l a
Bakery & Confeiticr.sry
"All kinds of Country Prodaee bou;u( .iri.i
Take noticeof the sign "EMPIRE B K K. IC Y
ASDGKUll 11. mnrlew.f.
G. W. M 'E R K,
Four Dors East of C&yr;
Of the latest Improvement?, warranter,,
and eoll at a email profit abore cost.
Sent by mail for 10 cis- E.'B. Foote,
120 Lexington Ave.. New York City. "
30w 90d 3m
ccTN FOR WOMEN TO DO.
fiC? ZJL Do. G,od d Make Money.
y'Vsi V2 Address with stamp.
wi loui iaa 4ew jors city.
Frank. Carruth took some "pictcrs"
of our folk" 'tother day, and they look
jast like us. Funny !
Delat Not. Convulsion?, wind col
ic, and griping in the bowels of infants I
cause death. Mrs. bitcomb 8 Syrun
i.s a trirvl remedy, it costs only 25 cts.
10-Mlw 30 wit
LATHS' HTSS ! LATHS' HT2S I
Wtn. fitadeluiann, Estj.; has just re
chived the handsomest lot of Ladies'
Furs ever brought to Ilattsmnuth
T1' W'H ecst you nothinc to look at ther
wnetheryau buy or not. Hy examinioc th
prices at th "nt.n ' ft iir 5?
ante to tell when other parlies try to swindl
R. W. MARSHALL. A-nt.
J. R LIVINGSTON. Md Eiamin.
Lo.k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. t rv.. . . . . .
Whitr.-k-.'.v wino arm frtpinc in Pn
Whitcombsthe bowels. an.l r.ii.;
IDSPWHJ Df IfMhin. r..t.
3. i v: . 1. l - . ' . , " "
Wk,ik'. . ouQuue. cmrnUions and
i " wcn-oraes all diseMi noi
ti oT- lo """t? nd children. Cent.
..ir. V,!l-V-.I Mrtff-t 1MI ami t. hitkU V.rr.lil,rrl,' nwnte- Pric.
1 1 I 1 m , illllAl nail M ' U . . ' - , . .,111 !. U in m .Ml T..nl... 1 m
r r . . ... I &r.i i .-..,vui,wu,
amine before rurcnasing eiscwnerc. i r'r
. i j
Eaiporia lied Ribbon Stove at E. T.
ItiCe A Co. I'lattsmouth, Neb. Call
.Tiimi;ir ' . dtf. , I ererrwhara.
fa. ssfcsw .
ildrvn of 11
fwArai? iiI5i",t?' "T Ch'ildren'snSooth-
Lonis Mo. ' "raiion Aledicine Co, SL
2li&irurti,u ilrt in Ma
WILLIAM ST A D E L M A N N ,
Has on hand, one of the largest stocks of
CL0THINC AND GENTS FURNISHING Gfinns: FfiR
SPRING AND SUMMER,
3I invita every body in want of anything in my line to call at ray store.
South SIclc 3uiii, fictween 2tl & 3d Streets.
And conineo themselves of the fact- I hare as a special itv in mv Retail Dfnuhn.-t ..
stock of i ine clothing tor Men and Boys; to which we invite those who want tJoods.
w-Ialso keep oa hand a large and well wleoted tock of IIat and Caps. S lOtf '
Hook for the Million !
msr7U'a:Q- ! ..A private counselor to the
uwiuc. (Slurried or those about to mar
. , h.ry on the physiological m.ster-
ie? and revelations of ihe sexual system, the
.onvenes in producing and preventing
".,;!'! u"r prservetne complexion Ac
1 ins is an interesting nrb nr
- a ' " v. nv.uUU.l WV.
iwcuijr-iuuciijigBi.wico nnme'ous engrav-
ii i -""'" aiuaoie luioruistion lor
liiusc un are inarnea. or contemplate rnar
, till, it is a book that ought to be kept
Uk i i. "nd ke, nd not ,aiJ carelessly
iie.u,t to ny 0De (freo of postage) for SO cents.
Address Dr. Butu' Dispensary. Ko. U N
Eighth street. St. Louis. Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who
advertise in public papers, or using any quack
remedies, peruse Dr. Butts', work no matter
what your desease is or how deplorable your
lr. Butts csn be consulted, personally or by
mail, on the diseft mtitiAniu) ;n k ;
Office. No. 12 V. Kiuhth .t U.. U..1.
andChcsnut. St. Louis. Mo. dec2dwlv
a ne unuersignea nas on nana ana is
All kinds of
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
OF ALL PBSCKIPTIOJfS AMD AT ALL PRICKS.
Metalic Burial Cases.
Doing my own work ia
Tin and Sheet Iron
Combined, wich longrexperienee guarant-
aliifactioj and l'rice. to suit
Also for CAMPAIGN GOODS. Address.
GOODSPKED-S EMPIRE PCBUSUIXQ
(Tiieain. Pinrisinat; Rt T ; x-. n.i. .
cw lork. 2wl w
At his Mill, at the Ferry Landing at riatUmoutb
Orders Promptly Filled.!
P. SCHNASSK & CO.
Still keens on hand a lanre assortment
of the best goods
IN THE MARKET
nd they will not be undersold.
Has just returned from the East with a
new stock ot the
FOR MAN AXD HE A ST
Probably few articles have ever had n.y
extensive a Sale, while none have bc-rt
more universally beneficial than the col' -
WOl I )EN COFFINS bratal MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI-
MENT. Children; Adults, Horses, ai, i
uomestic Animal.", are always lito-Ie to
accident, and it ia 6afe to Bay, that r.r
family can pass a single season witliou'.
some kind of an emoliient being necx .;
sary. It becomes a matter of impor
tance then to secure the best.
Over three hundred lirery stables in the ci:y
of New York alone are using the Meiicxn Mus
tang Liniment, in all of which it gires unuaa
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Cash.
With many thanks for past patronage, Ii n
Ate all to till and examine my large stock o
niture and CoCns jan28t
M. B. MURPHY,
Manufacturer of fc-
AND DEALER IN y
rf a a V Va
$arntss, aoolts, tinblts,
Blankets, Brushes, &c.
And he informs us that it is their intention to
sell their GOOIS at Omaha prices and
in fact as low as tcey can b
purchased East in the
CA UXIOJi'. Tha reidinsi l wrr,nA? in
Gne Steet Plate engraying with "O. W.
6roo-, imitt" and "7Vod Mark. ML'XCA ,
ilVSTAMU L1S131EXT" engrared srru
the face of each wrapper. The whole bear ti .
proprietor'. priTate United States Recnu
Stamp, and not a common stamp aa usod by
Lto MiiscrACTraio Co
, . . r-3 Park Place. N. Y.
Jan.SHa. diw lweTery3rdw
Promptly Execnted. All work Warranted
-FfNE HARNESS A SPCIAUTY.-
Nov. 30,;rtf PUttstnonrK Neb
Abstracts of Title.
rPHE NUMERICAL SYSTEM. Tha U't
1 use, lor descriptive eirculsrs. addreas,
ACKKS. BLACK MAR &. CO
12u liurlingten, Iowa.
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