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Wb are the rceipien: of a nice looking
cake from the ladies of the Methodist
Festival, for which we return Luany I
liuink?. 1 lie festival was a most, ueeiu-
t-J success, a large crowd being in attcn-
anctt and a pleasant one likewise a re
munerative ene, wo understand, and we
are glad to congratulate the ladies OH tie
success of tljeir endeavor?.
Cass county gives 421 Republican ina-
ioiitv and Tioton to hear Irora. - That
will give 50, probably, making 471 Re
publican majority, being a gain of 201
ever the highest majority (Co. Com.) in
the October Election.
Our neighbor up the street is a pretty
cleyer fellow and his efforts at jolity after
the battle will be taken good part by the
IIerali. We are glad to ecc you so
The new paper, "7 Ac Daihj I'Jili
cfn," started at Lincoln, comes to our
table this morning- It is a four column
folio paper and says it supports Furnas,
the Republican rarty, and the right
Arthur Carmichael, of Weeping Wa
ter, called uuon the Herald in a sub
stantial manner. Many thank..
If the "Perhaps" had lent us that
sick Rooster when we wanted it one day
it might not have had to turn its tail up
so ludricously now.
We received a very pleasant call from
Rev. Mr. Marquette, of Fairbury, and
brother of our townsiuau of the same
name. - The occasion of his visit here
was a sad one, being to attend the fu
neral of his brothei -in-law, young Mr.
Montgomery, whose 6ad death was no
ticed a day or two ago.
Wanted. A member, or Clerk of
the Territorial Legislature, to make afii-
davit that Horace Ureeley was a candi-
date for President.
Tipton precinct comes in with 55
Grant votes to 8 Greeley, making a Re
publican majority of 47.
This gives us 4G8 in the county.
Its lioslca! ladepenlent.
We are glad to welcome back that ex
cellent musical periodical, suspended
since the Chicago fire. It has been pur
chased of Messrs. Lyoa and Healy by
Mr. Robert Goldbeck,'' the well known
pianist aud teacher, and will be conduct
in a reilly independent manner. The
present number contains "Will it pay to
take a Musical Paper?" "Richard Wag
ner's Early Years," (by himself)
"Queen IIortene and "J'atant pour la
yrie, .IVJltOnaiS On musical Jjauca-
tion, rtc. I Here are Hires new Pieces
nfAf.:. n'1 l,v ATr OfldWlrr Son--
, j , n
"Ihe Cot ; song, "Separation ;" riano
' .... ,, mi -
nocturne, Absence. . Ihe musica
vJvi rr HI us uaivu'U lu I'll. VJOlU- I
becL's pungent and able critical reviews
Of new music. Send $2 to Robert
Goldbeck, Chicago, III. II5d 33w
A little boy named Skinner of Syra
cuse, Ind., lately achieved great success
in the parts of David and Goliah, both
together. He was swinging a sling
about his head when it Lit him under
the ear, killing him instantly.
Connor says the Grain men ofPlatts
tuouth are paying seven cents more than
they are in Nebraska City.
Young Montuomeby, who was bur
ied Wednesday, was a very fine lad and
the whole town mourns his death. We
were not nblc to attend the funeral ow
ing to absence on business, but we are
informed that the attendance was large.
The young man is supposed to have
fallen from the train and the cars ran
some sixteen miles before his absence
was discovered. The train wa3 then
backed but he was dead.
Tha Han who Sat Up the Star Sraaglei
The printer boy, who, in 1J-14, set up
in the Baltimore American the MS. of
Francis Scott Key's pcem, "The Star
Spangled Banner," still lives, in full vig
or, being none other than Samuel Sands,
the editor of the American Farmer.
The American received the MS. from
John S. Skinner, who, after the bom
bardment of Fort Mc Henry and the
withdrawal of the British fleet, was sent
down to them in a flag-of truce boat to
negotiate for an exchange of prisoners.
Mr. Skinner chanced to meet Mr. Key
on the boat and obtained from him a
copy of Lis song. It wa3 not for some
time after its publication ttat the mod
est Key would permit it to be known
that he was the author. Mr. Sands has
long been known a3 the editor of the
Farmer, but the fact of his having "set
up" "The Star-Spangled Banner" will
be new to many.
IF Fi'jaro will "hold his bosses," un--til
we can get our breath after building
up pyramids, and figuring out majorities,
and listening to congratulation.", and just
wait till our hand gets well from over
squeezing by happy friends the day after
election, we'll give him thit "notiss"
The United States District Court met
at Omaha on Friday last, and Judge
Dundy s charge to the jury was a mas
terly effort. Sound, patriotic and just,
ic is jast such a charge as the people
need ti. hear.
The way of the transgressor is hard.
. Sylvester Franklin Wilson, editor of the
'Peoples Paper, at the instance of lr. J.
L. Candy and other men who knew of
ome of his tricks, !i3s been arrested and
bound over for trial before the IT. S
Court at Omaha. Xemaha Valley Jour
tiaf. Gentlemen, subscribers, -the first of
January is approaching, and we do want
to settle up all our old accounts by that
time. Try and pay; up the back lists and
jv.u will greatly oh:,.-e n.
HAND DEALER IN Q
Karn(kee S-ASf e ArM r-e
. y i o
UIilLlK6lb LrilHlCbi OtC
kek. je: sk. j ib at r
Promptly Exccuted.-All work Warranted-
FlNi HARNE33 A SPECIALITY.-
Nov. 30. tf IMattsuioutfc Neb
Will be found at bis ol 1 staml on iia.1" P1
wbere he will be pleased loses his tor-
uit customers aim menus.
e hiU a large and good assortment of farm
mucniaery suck as trie
fl'he Marsh harv. ter. a reaper that tw-n ;-
1 can cut and biud tea acres per day .
Oq man to drive, act me uiuuur.4 can itofi u
Milbnrnnnd Studerjbaker Wa?ons, ham
lion Reaper & Mowe- Jiassiilon 1 bra ti
er, and BufUlo lit thr.-sher, and Ex'-elsior
Reaper and Mower ic.
Main Street. Platt-mouth. Neb.
L. S. Buair, Traveling AjenU
Feb. 20 wtf.
FOR MAN AMI BEAST
Probably few articles have ever had so
extensive a Sale, while none have been
more universally beneficial than the cele
brated MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. Children, Adults, Horses, and
. Domestic Animal?, are always liable to
accident, and it is rafe to say, that no
d,-iT!-r rton nii, n Kmit! Cf:snn without
,. , r , . i
80me k,nd of an eminent tc,nS .nccCa
pan7. It becomes a matter or impor
tancc then to secure the best.
Ovor three hundred livery stables tn tne city
of New York alone are using the Mexican Jlus
tang Liniment in all of which it gives unusua
r,IITIX. The eennine is Trapped in
fl n Plat enrrnvinii with "(i. H'. VVK
,..- rh,mit." and " Tnite Mark. MhXlCAJy
M US TA z (r LtlMtiJk IV engravea across
th- f:.c .,t'-.iph wranner. The whole bears the
proprietor's private Unted States Revenue
Stamp, and not a common stamp as used by
L.YOX mancfaci vrio u .
M Park Place. N. Y
Jan. 0th. diw Iw every Srdw
Rook Tor the Million !
MARRIAGE!! A private counselor to the
- GUIDE.. (Married or thoo a.:ont to mar
iiry on the phyaiologistil master
ies and revelation ol the sexual system, in
l.ntest diesoverios in Droducinsand iireventin;
fr. rinw hnw in nrpsrrva th coinDlexion &C.
ii mi :. n f (rt-vt " n s Wfirk fti" tWO h till tire J.
and twci.ty-tuur pages, w:th numerous engrav
I ,!-., TCi, ar married. r contemplate mar
riage. Still, it u a book that oasht to be kept
nn,ierlock ana Key. ana not laia careicssiy
about the house. -
I tfent to any one (free ofpoatage) for SO cents.
J Address Dr. Emu' DMuensary. No. 12 -s
1 Notice to the Aftlicted and Unfortunate
f Before applying to the notorious quacks wh
reinedie.", peruse Dr. Butts' work no mutter
what your tlesease is or now aeploraolo your
condition. . '
Dr. Uutts enn be consulted, personally or hy
mail, on the disease? mentioned in his works
Ofiiae. I'o. 12 X. Eighth street, between Market
aniCheanut. St. Loui-. Mo.-
LOjk to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. I Cures colic and pripin? in! P.-ic
Whitcomb s the bowe!. and f i;iIiUt '-J
SvruD. the i-rocess of tccthiae. ICenfs.
MRS. I Sub lues convulsions audi Price
Whitcomb s overcomes all diseases inci-
Syrup. ,dent to infanta and children. Cents,
MRS. I Care Diarrhoea. Dysonto
fhitcomb's ry and summcrcomplaint
Syrup. Ichildren of all ages.
It is the treat Infants' and Childrcn'snSooth
ins Remedy, in all disorders brought on by
teethine or any other cause.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Sold by druggists and dealers in Me
Weeping Water, Nebraska.
.Coots, and Shoe.
iiate, and Caps.
Agricultural Implements of all kinds. Weir nd
L A It Cultivators. Lcion Lorn flanters
Grandetourand Princeton Plows. &c. re ,aiin
timttum all of wbicn wtsoner to the public atth
owei-t retail prices.
All oocls liVarrantecl
As ISepr escii ted.
" 3Our constant aim will be to ell so low that
5t vill bo to the positive advantage of every far
mer in the western and central portion of Casf
county to make this their headquarters for trade
I "on'( fail to prorure 2Jr. M'in!vi0' Soothing
i s i-trup Jot K.hudrcn leellnug.
This ralnablo preparation has been used
with XKVErt FAILING SUCCESS IN THOU
SANDS O b' OA S ES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but
invicorates trie ptom--li and howels. orrm-ts
acidity, and trivrs tone and enersy to the whole
system. J.I will aio l MJiiiiiy rciie c
Griping ' tht Tioweln and Wind Oilcc.
We believe it the bc-t and surest remedy in
the worid. in all canes of Dysentery and Diar
rhoea in children, wnetner arming troin teetn
in t r any other cause.
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
Relief and Health to Your Infant.
Eesure and call for
"Mr', Winloie' Sfjvtning Sirup."
fLiTinir the fic-sitnile 'of "CURTIS & PER
KINS" on the outride wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. 10
HEW LUMBER YARD!
Having opened a Lumber Yard at
Louisville, 1 will keep all kinds of
LU JI l riK. DOO IIS,
&c, &c, tc, .
And wouM invite all tho?e wishing to
purchat ? to give me a call,
C3 I will alt,v val in 1I kin ef GRAIN,
for which I will pay tho highest Market irlce.
73. vVO 1 K S.
S, BLOOM Si O O,
Jat3 aad 1'aps,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS,
Main Street- Second ioor.ai c i tae tours.
BRANCH liOl E B roadway, tout no 1 muio
-F RNISHI.VG GOODS.
Xj. IP - JOHK'SOI ,
the l'latte Va'Jcr IIoue, in Schlater a Jewelry btorn,
JSaisi Street, llsiitsmuth, NiiniHn
DECKER BROS., mrmmh
G. A.MILLKU& CO'S-.
Vhole?alo and Retail Dealer in Striiitrs. Sheet
"MU3!CAL IN?TRUMENTS Tuned
JJISSOUiif VALlE LIFE
tio. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH,' KANSAS
ALL POLICIES KOK'FORFEITING
Di vicieuclN ojj Hie Coutributibiti JPIawV
Securing t'ne Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to tha Palicy Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COSIP MY :
1st. This is a Western fompany. nianaupd by Western mca. whose known financial charac,
ter, ability and poritiofc, atTord ample (iuaranty lcr Us careful and f uoceslul management.
2d. Its Policies arc all XuM-l'orf'riliiiK
3d. Premiums all CA-H. It receiver no noies aii (tim none- Policy holders have no 'n
ierest to p:ip. add no oustnn'intr notes as liens upon their polioies.
4th. J t has bo restriction unon travel.
5th. Its dividends are made up"n the contribution p?an. ,
6th. Its buiiueiis is exc usively lite insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest upon premiums paid, hence the Company that loans its asset
at the highest rate of internet can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invest their
mencys at o percent., while tru? mates its investment? at iweivo per cent, or more.
The advantage t Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following- startiius
figures: The amount of $1.0()0, invested for fifty years at
n rer cent, compound interest, is v i.4.io
S ..... r.n.Rl
V) " " " " H7,:'M).HS
12 " " " 31S.0fH.tH)
II Ti Mackav, President.
11 M Swan. Vice-President,
Dr. J It Wever. Med. ll'to:.
Oenrge A Mnrfl, Secretary,
J Jonos, Ass't Secretary,
II L Ne Annan. Treasurer
D Fh'ro. Leavenworth. Kan,
J F Richards,
II It Hammond
II Edgertou "
Tn.w Carnev. " "
II D Mockay, Leavenworth Kan.
I) M Swan.
W O Coffin,
lieo A Moore.
U W i rwers.
S M Strickler. Junction City tieo L Davij, St.
Cnas Robinson, Liawrance, J Merritt,
M K Morgan
el. M. COV&Ij
Gen. 4gent for IVebrasha and rvorfliern Ckansa:
Good Traveling Solictors Wanted.
T TTT WHflOTTJTT A r-- ,
ex.. w . ju ao.on auii xxt i. n t
J. II LIVINGSTON, Med Fiamine
: j ss -"
Conlincnial nilbing, tos. 24,
JUSTUS LAWRENCE. President.
Enterprising Economical, JLi&era
Number Policies issaed to Jan. 1. 1ST2
Number Policies issued and revived in
ASriETTS. Jan. 1, 1S72
Tl,; Cnmnnryrr ia Pnrolv Tlfiilnal ? its nrerations. diviJinits entire surnlas am one its Poli
cy holders, annual!-, on th "tfeasriiarfua-Plan."
expenso to income, tnan nava ever oeea anainea oy iiiiy oiuer mmjiiiuj m a v-urio.pwuu.iuK
period in its history. ,, ,. , , ,. '- . , ,,
t. ,r cnfi.'icnt to dischanro n'l liabilities, inclulins re-iasara bob. sit baek all
its stock capi' al. and leave as a balance more than
Fliis Company Issued XVI ore Polici. 3
iinoixe Gompaxijf in tlic Worl
S. Atavor & CO.,
i m diw f Ocncral Agci.... rov xcbrakn.
DK4LKR3 15 ' ?3r-
Boots ami noe.s,
TRUSKS, VALISES, t t
AND DOSTO N.
0 II O A 3 .
iauos ub Organs.
Munc and all k nd.i of Musical Merh.indis
and llerrtired S'Uinf action Guar ante fd.y.
o;herunoial a 1 vantages aa l in iuceiaeit3; toT'the
Q C'llkin. O'.aeril A'ent,
W K Harvey. Con. r ctuar. .
T A lluri. Attoraoy.
IT h Xnv ntn Le 7a vcrth,,
W K Chemberlain. "
T A Uurd,
E 11 Allen,
C A I'erry. Weston, Mo,
W Veal. Topeka, Kansas.
J M Price Atchison, Kan.
W RStebbins, "
' tt l 1 't'JH f I f ''
1 7 1 tJi ' 3
2G -28 Hassan Si. ft g
J. P. ROGERS, Secretary.
and has a larger businoss and a lower ratio of
a MILLIO- of earned surplus.
romarkahle renic iitv. Books and
sent free, in f.ite. r,VI'.1.',?A
M WAK1 ASSOCIATrONV N. 2
S-MUh Ninh street. Philadeln'.iiP, Vp:t In
Ftitu sot havinsrahihre ub.tirr.ljr aotiora
l.Ie cor.du'-t and proit-sMonai tsm.
t',:ii . .
-i - FOil WCMI'"N TO TO-
i'!-'if' - Do J5ih1 an.l Muke SIr.ncy
h - .'.-' Addrrs. with stamp,
4. . T5n TsS New O. k City.
Keep it Before the Public !'
FRANK. CAR HUTU,
!-Mr.vrr.i!,.u--r Jeweler, is seUiiip
v-"--cl. - r
Watches, Ciocki u. Jsvcu-y
5) 1 doz MkI. cds $J "rf
1 do-.eu G.;:i)3
tl TO 1 d c l. ptiot"8
I ii 1 cao't c.l phot. (. 00
' 0 I "f .'h..t - v ;
4 lion ton
Odoi caiiiic;.r..3 ow.,
. - . . . t . , , , ...... Z LKJ
,r,re stuck ff Frtes coil.-taiUly on
hiiiil at prices. Ho. not
KiiPciiilCllS ati't rrieef.
, , 1T .,!,
5- Watches. Uotks and Jewelry. n-rall re-
l faOOflst Wartaii!Ctl as
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PLATTSMOUTU NEUKAKA.
Tnoila. Kar.na Clark.
John R. Ci.a dk.
T W V'vivj
ti.:. rrV ; ia,o, fi.r hninf. at txeit
new room, orncr i.iain asiu oiacu suci., .hu
are prepared to transact a coucral
Stock.-. Bond.. , ' . ' ' :
Draft rawn, erailaX-le in any part ol tbe
United S;;if and in all the principal lo .
rnd Cities uf t-uropo. . '
OR T II K CrKLK fl R
a . 1?
O F S T E A
Persons ishinir to brinir ou-
Europe can purchase tickets1
J. R. CLARK.
. ELI PLUMMliT
Pave money by paying Cash for your
CLARK & FLUMMERY.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
Alsi a full stock of
GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES.
IiAIS and CAPS.
We buy largely for CAsn and sell
cheap for the 3io.EV.
(tore opposite tho Brooks House),
S. T. 1860-X.
This wonderful vegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial for th.
aged and languid it has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women ar es
pecially subject, it is superseding every
other stimulant.. In ail climates, tropi
cal, temperate or frigid, it acts as a
specific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal spirits.
Dec. S3, diw lyc.
HAGAN'S MAGN001A BALM gives to the Ccrr..
plexion the Freshness of Youih.
Haqax's magnolia Balm overcomes the
fiushod ippearance caused by heat, fatigue and
excitement. It xaakes the lady of forty appear I
bat twenty, and so natural and ver feet that no
person can detect its application. Uy its use
tho roughest akin ia made to rival the pure
radiant texture of youthful beauty.' It removes
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
nothing that will injure tha skin the least.
Magnolia Balm is used by all fashiooablo
ladies in New York. London and Paris. It
costs only 75 coots per Bottle, and is sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. ..'".
2fi. diwlrcSd . . .
Sent by mail for 10 cts-- E. B. Foote,
120 Lexington Ave, New York City.
K-w 1 ?ru
1T1PPV Tli V.i fi r Ymtr .? ?4en.
efte.-ts of Krroru rn Ab'isfli ia early lit'.-. Man
a-d restore I., Ii-u e liTuents t .U arrive re
.1 n!.n ,,inM wosfnf ne Mu 1
1 lV c t . cvu. uV K -od. an ; cf California, free from nil Alcohellc riiniM-
'""A'' m .'Vurevo uiflho-uiiie. (lo.d B....1 ,,. They are the (1REAT 1II.001 PIRN
WM;i:te. Avd ... the I'!.,,- tVnnd A LIFE CJIV1N PKINCIPLE.
t..Kr-lhie K '.iii tiaeat '- .ho .Oiiowius fc lerfect ncnovtor and Invigorator of the System,
,i-ice list, it can't be bet K.irt r N tt. riD.0fTiillr.oiaonousmatterandretoringtheblood
. ; t.,r l-.l-rii nt nv ittnd Iior bUV aa a powerful apent m rciicvmR ougesLiuii u. xnumT
, ve a pict ure laUn ot hoj mn i n r vu thoYisccra, 0r(tans.
a dollars WOt ll Ot .h'( ll-) FOIt l'EMALE CO.UPMIXTS, injomnoi
until VOU have Calletl anil eXUUinieJ oUi marri0d or sinRle, at the dawn of womanhood or at
C If ISl'.Ii.rrorrietor.lIavicK recently beet
reprireJ an J placed in- thorough ror.mnit orie
'OU.olj iiu.-h. u of Wheat wanted uiiuioui.itcl
lor which the highest market price wnl t-e --J
J WiLK.B. Propri.tor. K. li. k v...,
j. V, ' .. ' .. . ....t n rt.mixi.rc tne.t. . 1
Co. Auu, aui - '
MILLIONS Hear Tcst'inony to men
- Wonderful Ciirntivb EHecls.
ThcT are not a vUe Fancy Drink, Made of Poar
n.m. WMaker. I'rool rspiriia n
Liquors doctorol, spiced ana sweeujnoa 10 ihuusu
Ustc,.lled "Tonic," "Appetizers," "H3torers,v:c.,
hut lad Uie tiuplcr on to drunkenness and ruin.but are
atrue Mdicie.made from the Native lloots ana neru
r-ii rr"V 1 ll IT
lo a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit-
tcr3 occordins to dictions and remain long unweU,
iJctl thcir m 0t destroyed by mineral
Lisonor other aicans. and the viul organs wasted
I luwv vv
,h ,!nt of rcnnlr.
They arc a Gentle 1'nrnallve am well n a
Tonic, possessinc, ui. v.ie ,nar ...r..
n,0 turn of life. Uieso ionic enters nvc nu m..
For Inflammatory nnU Chronic Kliemn-
0oaU Drspci)sIn or iudIgelion,
Ttpinittent nud Intermittent Fe-
un, 1Hwm ofHe Blood, Liver, Kid-
neya niul Itlatlder, these Itinera have been mosi
ncceimf ul. So ch D iscnaca are caused by Vltl ated
nlood, whioli is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Orenna.
DVSPEPMIA Olt INDIGESTION, Dead
liche. Tain in the Shoulders, Conghs, Tigbtnes of the
fn. itw?iiis Rniir Rmrtations of the Stomach,
hail Tutu in Uin Mouth. Bilious Attacks, l'alpitatlon ol
Iha Ileart. Inflammation of the l.uDgs, Pain In the ra
tions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are tha ofiFprimrs of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the terr VI
LiTcr and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
tfficacy in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and lm-
Dartinj new life and vijor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions. Tetter. Salt
Rheum. Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Boils, Car
Ounclem Rinsr-Worms. Heald Head. Sore Byes. Erysipe
las, Itch.Scuris, Discoloration of the bkin. Humors and
tMseases or the tkin. of whatever name or nature, are
itorallv dug up and carried out of the system in a short
'im by the useol these Bitters. One bottle in such
eases will convince the most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its frn-
i pnm ounuu; """"p." ..r. .-
I Hons or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
nd si js;isb in tho veins; cleanso it when it lsioui.
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the Mood
pure, and the health of the Evstem will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms lurking In the
lystcm of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distinguished phrsiolnirist,
there is scarcely an individual upon the face or the
earth whose body Is exempt from tho presence or
worms. It is not upon the healthy elements or the
. . ..i.t Itnf nnnn till, HifiPRSM htimOrS
and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of
-i: ' n- f . t nj vnnnifiijrM. f.A
disease. No Sytm of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
Dthelmintics wm iree tue eysicm num iua
WALKER, Proprietor. : R. H. MoDONALD & COn
'rugjtists and Gen. Agents. San Francisco. California,
i - and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, New York. - -
rSOU BY ALL DBUUGI8T3 ASD DZALICfiS,
''tin St. Charles Street.
WCtiB plicated venereal ui-ease us to uringg
Tifjnts from every St;ite. Ili3 hospitHl op-
rtumties. a lite ume expenerice. wun pur-j
Ljrutrs prepared in the establishment, cures.
T piveu up by others, no matter who fail-(
tell yoi r private troubles. (Vinsultatioc'
Send two stamps for medical ei
-jIa.niiooi). Womanhood, so-1
,1, IS rcn.'s p:ich. both for 25 cts. 100 pae.?s.!
! hat tho curious, doubtful or inqui-it v
rh to know all about Self-pollution Proven
f man ought to read it as a xvaruiiiK Tho ner
vous dvbilitatod o." partially impotentenij
Jscicntically adviteo.wn t'ti.t!
E. P. XEEDI1AM & SOX
113. U5 & 147 Kast 23d Street, New York,
ESTABLISHED IN 1846.
Responsible parties applying for agencies in
sections still unsupplied, will receive prompt
attention and liberal inducements. Parties re
tiidinz at a dist-.incc fr.im our authorized agents
may order from our factory
ted price list.
Oct 25 diw.Sm
P. SCHNAtfSK & CO.
Still keeps on hand a lare fissortmen
oi the best goods
IN THE MARKET
and they will not he undersold.
flas just returned from the East with a
new stock ol the
And he informs us that it ia their iutcntioc to
sell thcir GOODS at Omaha prices and
in fact as low as tney can bo
purchased East ia tbe '
LYON'S KATHA IRON,
For Preserving and Beautifying tha Human Hair
To Prevent its Falling Out and Turning Gray
A well-preserved Head of Hair, in a person of
middle age, at once bespeaks refinement, ele
gance, health and beauty. It may truly be
called Woman's Crowning Glory, while men
are not insensible to its advantages and charms.
Few thiDgs are more digesting than thin.
frizzly, harsh, untamed Hair, 'with head and
coat covered with Dandruff. Visit a barber
and you feel and look like a new man. This is
what LYON'S KATIIAIRON will do all the
time. The charm which lies in well placed
Hair, Glossy Curls, Luxuriant Tresses, and a
Clean Head, is noticeable and irresistable.
Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw every 3w
Omaha Marble Vorks.
M. J, FEENAN,
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
ITALIAN A- nF,RI('AS M.tKRI.E.
MOMMK.V rs, IIi:.tM o ES,
i?laiitles &' Furniture
- ar Rile.
For specimen of workmanship refer
to Smith's and Vallcry's monu- "
mentsin Plattsmouth Cem
,'" - e t a r y ;
The patronage of Cass County is respectfully
HAL' ADAY-'S PATf!T
DOUBLE AND SINGLH ACTING FORCE
AND FARM TUMPS,
FEED &ILLS, ETC.,
The llsiPmlny J: ill hs stood tho trFt for Pix
ton years, both in the United Statrs and Ku
rone anl is the only cno
Generally adopted i y all Principal Rail
road and Farmer.
CScnd for catalogue end price list.-SO'
A. L. StRANG.
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
iF. HSlX '
WILL P APISH ! !
: k .'faf'i
i r - JV'
Ail Paper rrimmcd free of
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions esrefuHy compounded by ar.ex
Remember the place, three doors weft of the
Utruld office: Pittsmouth. Nebraska.
PURISSIfM ET 0PTIKA.
This unrivalled Sledicine is warranted not to
conta:n a single pnrticle of Mercury, or any in
jurious mineral sub.stanue. but is
For forty years it has proved its prent value
in all diseases of the Liver. Bowls, and Kidnevs
'1 housands of the good and Rrcat in nil parts of
the country vouch br its -wonderful and pecu
liar power In purifying the blood, stimulating
tho t rpid I ver and bowels, and imparting
new life and Visorto tha wholo system. Sim
mons' Liver Regulator is acknowledged to hare
no equal as a
ed in the same harnv nronortion in nnv other
pr paration viz ; a icentie Cathartic, a veonder-
lul Ionic, an un-exoeptionable Alterative and
a certain Corrective ofall imi uritie' of th body
Such signal success has attendel its use, that it
is now renamed nstlin
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC!.
for Liver Complaint ar d the painful ofiVprin
thereof. t-wit. Dvsnensia. Cm sf i i;it i n.
faundice. Bilious at a ks Sick headach. Oolio
Depression of Spirits. Sour Stomaca, Heart
rsurn, ,vc. a-c.
Kegula: the liver atd prevent.
CHI LLS AND FEVER.
Prepared only by J. II ZEILIN .t CO.
Drufr;ri.ts, Macon, fla.
Send for a Cireulnr ) ami :v.'ft Arch utrpot
Price 1; by mail 1.S5 J Philadelphia Pa,
For Sale by J ft BUTTERY,
janlwly. Plattemouth. Neb.
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
Of ALL DKSCBIPTIOKS AMD AT ALL FKICEB.
f.letalic Burial Cases.
ti ' 2? i-i-r--J
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Cai-h.
With many thanks for past patronage, Ii n
a to all to call and examine my large stock o
niture and Coffins jan2St
The Undersigned has on hand and is '
All kinds of
At his Mills at tue ferry Landing at Plattsuiouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
5 bA'--i:J::- -5
I'o the Ejt North anl SouthoaM.
5.50 i. m.
10.50 p'. in.
3.23 n re.
7,00 a. tn
12.50 a. in,
9.25 a. ib.
4.15 p. ra.
9.20 a. ra.
6.30 p. m.
3 3)p. m,
7. 0 a- in.
11.15 a- in.
3.15 p. in.
Arrive l!u liiiKton -
" Chi(i.iiro(C.K.IQ )
9,00 a. in.
C:15 p. in.
H.i-0 p. m,
5.55 p. m.
2.45 a. w.
" Ind'plis'I.D.if W.
" Cincinnati "
" Logansp't T.PJfcW
tThronsrh Cnrs from Missouri River to Clii
chko, Indiannpolis, Cinciimati, Logansport and
C'iniio-ti'.ns at thse points witn lines icau
in?othe Kast, North mid Sonth.
ThiF is the Jicxt, Shortest, Uturl.est anJ Lnetp-
ext Matte. - .
Lloiiot.be deceived, but obtain l ickcts via
the IJurlinirton and xitsouii Hirer R.-iilrond.
A. K. TOUALIN, C U. PfrKKINS.
Ocn'l Ticket Agent. (Jen'l Sup'
Tho. W. KhryocJc,
And dealer in all kinds of
main stbkkt, (thirddoor east of P O
Plattsmouth - - - Hcb.
jr"Repairin(r and Varni.'hinif neatly uone.
r'uneralu attended on the shortest uotioe.
T H 13 B K S T
For Your Groceries G To
. IS. OUTIOIANPT.
C rner Third aud Main StreeU, Plattsmeufh,
Jfi-3-IIe keeps on hand a iboieo nd
well selected Stock of
Ac, Aa. ia.
43"Also a goJ assortment of Boots .tShoe.'tt
In Connection with the Grotcry i a
Bakery & Confectionery !
iAll kinds of Country Produce bought and
Take notiecof the sign "EMPIRE BAKERY
A ND OR ( J I "J . maslowtf.
6?. W. ME R K,
Main Street, Four Deors East of Court
Of the latest Improvements, warranted,
and soli at a small pront above cost.
Doing my own work in.
Tin and Sheet Iron
Combined, with lonrfjxrerieBf .
ratisfaction and 1 ri--f to a't
feed, sal:: AX t
I LIVERY STABLE.
Plattsmouth, iVt bras h a .
. . V.aa , llVt!r
Tm nreiare I to cinaoal?-'"-.;. ii
short ootio and rea-.nab e terms. A . lack
V, i V., 1 1, the sream Ix-at laudiUi. aa4 to all part
of the city wh-n de-sred.
January t. is.i ui
booked to and frcm all part of
Kurope at lowest "'".jA VEKNET.
Gea'l Western A'gt.375 State rt.lbicaxo.
or to tv. lULBU.
Also for CAMPAIGN GOODS. Address.
)0DSPEEDS EMPIRB rUMUSUIXU
Chicajro. Cincinnati. St. Louis, New Orlcan
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