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Railroad Tiino Table.
CAM. R. R IN NEBRASKA.
aim I DiPARTs.
KM1 A Ex. 1:50 p. m. Mail "d Ex. 10:00 a. m
iWg at A Ac V:00 a.mJircightA Ac. 3:0 P- in
B. A M. R. R. IN IOWA.
Mad A Ex. 5:tt p. m.
Mail 4 Ex. :.. n.
Ac tion A Fr' Jpm Action A t r' 1 J:P m.
fracific Expre7?:2lT a ml Atlantic Ex. 4:-"J p in.
Ao'tion A Fr' 12: Sp m
The Transfer boat will leave the Depot toeon
net with Eastern bound trains 4- minutes earli
er than-ehe tiino given above, lue Boat u i run
hir phicagotiino which is minutes faster than
Plaits mout a time. '
OMAHA A SOUTIIWKTERN.
inn with Burlington
Rlvwr Railroad in Nebraska,
iv . .. i.r innn Strptt.
v " ...trii
PlatLsiiioutu 1:U0 a. m
PlatUmouth 10:3.1 p. m
do 4:20 p. m
Omaha .10:40 a. m
do 2:3 J p. in
S:2 ) . m.
tf.oo a. in.
.J40 p. in.
ST. JOE. A C B. R. R-
lATFiCtriC JCSCTIO! IOWA.1
OOISO NORTH. OOI50 SOUTH.
H all and Express 4:4H p. m. 8 00 a. m
"F:1 ,' .,. ,1.
This gives passengers irom x laiuimvuiu v
mnection itoing South or North by leaving here
e She 12:U0 tu. train.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS.
9 pm. 10.30 pc
0 n. in. 10.30 p tn
C. B. A J R;,11-
O. U. A St. Joe R. R. North.
n A- M. P R. hast.
p m. 10.30 p m
B. A M. R. West.
Omaha by R:i.l
K'nkmxka Ctv. fcv Stare
9pm 10 a m
12 m. 12 ni.
9 pm. 7 pm.
Office hours, from 8 a in to 7 p m
4a.day.. VIM to AM1IALL. P. M
. L. White.
(Falter J. White.
Fibst WiBi.-John FittgeraW. Elbert Duke.
SicoKB Ward -Jas. Buttery. J JVoyiuan.
Tamo Ward. R. Cushmg. R. lvian.
II. . Ell! .on.
In'l Jf cKinnon.
J. W- Thomas.
Bupt. Pub. Instruction,
-iJABTliT On thecorner of Main and Ninth
IV Rev T. J. Arnold, pastor. Ktsidonce on
Main between 10th and 11th. rr.ces every
HahRii at 11a.m.. and at p . tn. roM-tlb
VhooTat 9! i a.m.. Prayer meeting every W ed
lRK'KTi4i-Serviei in Congregation Church,
v j at 11 a. . and 6:30 P- w. Elder Alton.
Pastor. Corner of Locust and JUh streets.
4'ordial invitation extended to all classes to attend-
Tfyi-o-oPAL Corner Viro and Third streets
Xj Rev. A. R. Grave- Services. every unday
at 1100 a. m. and 7 p. ta. Sunday School
at S d. m.. Prof. d'AilomanJ. Kui't.
1o-OREflAT:oNAt-Corner Loeu.n and Rth sts ,
J -K.V. B. F Manwcll. rci ence Locust tJ bc
trecn 4lh anl .V.h sts Serviey every habbath at
U a. in: and '; p. tn. Sabbath fcehool at 12.
0 p. m. Prayer meeting every cdnesd.iy
Catholic North ?id. of P ablic Square Rer
O Father Hayes. Fmt M1 every saob.it h at
30 a. m.. Scmnd !w and Sermon at VI:-)
Vespers and Ucneditinn at 3: !J p. m. .nasi
at 8 a. tn. every week day.
T?IB8T PREfltiTTicntAV North sideof Main at.
4 wait ft nth-Rev. - T- Bnrtlo : Serviejr
very Sabbath at U a. m. and : p. m. r-ab-bath
School at f:30 a- m.. ThoJ PoUoc-k upenn
indent. Prayer fneeling every W ciues lay
vcninK at S-.O1) o'clock.
Methodist Episcopal Vest side of Sixth
street, south of Mai a Kev. J. 11. Prosson
Bervice? every Sabbath at 10::J a. m. and p. to.
Prayer niL-iti:ff every Thursday evening. ClaAJ
iaeetin"S every Monday evening-and immediate
ly after c!oo of Sabbath morning services
Sabbath School at 30
Soitao den 24 Semberhat die Deutsohe
Ev Luth. (l-m U in ibrem Schulhaus
orrait'.azs um 11 Uhr(lotteodien?t. Ut b-srhaapt
findet dorselb von jetrt an reirclmacssic aile U
Tagestatt. Minister kev. L'llannawald.
Sabbath ichool at 1 p m.. Proi. d Allemanil.
IO. O. F. Regular meeting or Platte l odge.
No. 7, I. O. .". every Thursda evening at
Odd Fellowi llali. Transient brother re cor
Aially invited to visit.
II. NEWMAN. N. a
E. E. Clssihgham. Sec.
f n-f F P'attamonth Er
.mprncr.t No. 3.
1. lico-nl'ir Convocations the 2 and t Friday V
of eai-h mnth n'. Odd Fellows Hall or. an S
Main sts. Transient Patriarchs cordially inted
to'visir. V"M. L. WELLS. C. P.
A. d'ALLKMASO. Scribe
Masoio Pi.ttsmouth Lodo No. 6 A. F
A A. M. Regular meetings at their tall
on the first and thin' .' nday eveninss cf each
-saonth. Transient brethern invitod to visit.
JACOB VALLERY. W. M.
A. d'ALLtMAScp, Sec.
t awt Loncx No. 22 A.
F. A A. M. Regular
iVn meetings at Mco
coy Hall, first and third
inlays. J. a. n lot., n . ai.
J. M. Bkardslkt, Sec. "
Ncbha.a Chapter No. 3 R. A. M. Regular
)nvoc.a'.ions second and fonrth Tuesday
ToamRS of eae - month at 7i o'clock p. m.
R. R. LIVINGSTON 11. P.
T Newman. Sec.
10.-.T. OmtkBrasoh.No.2 TI E EHison
. V. C. T. C W. Kinc. W See. T. W Shry
ck Lodge Deputy. Meets at Clark h Plnmmer's
hall every Tuesday evening. Traveling Templars
rxnEii. The Tamer Society meets at
J Turners Hall in (iuthman Plack. on the 1st
and Third Wednesdays of each Month.
Weekbaugh: Treanrer (ins. Reinhackle; Find
Tumirnrt Wm. Hessler: Sfnnd Turntcart
eo. Kartrcr; Wnrdtn John Erhart.
To Aitktisf.bs. All persons who eontem
plate taking contracts with newspapers for the
insertion of Advertisements should send to
f. f. HoweU 0o.
for a Circular, or inclose 25 cents for their One
hundred Page Pamphlet, containing Lists of
3,(M) Newspapers and estimates, showing the
cost of advertising, also many useful hints to ad
vertisers, and some account of the experiences
of men who are known as successful advertis
ers. This firm are proprietors ot the American
Kewepaper Advertising Agency.
4 ark ftow Y-
tr ims-tfMM of nneonaled facilities foT
securing the insertion of advert ifents in all
Newspapers and Period icils at lowest ratos.
General Agent Dep't Northwest, i
Union Central Lifa
XBJJS XJR A1"G 5
Of Ciaeii: di Ohio,
J. ff. FRE330N,
Leoal i teat
Transient 25 eents a line. Regular adrer
isen 10 cents per line. No advertisement in
serted less than 25 cents.
L-.gal advertisement will be charged to the
patties handing them in.
Ai our space U limited, all communications
must be brief and to the point, with no waste of
Dr. Renner, proprietor of the Staats
Zfitung, has sold a half interest in that
paper to Otto Fuuke an-J Mr. Somerlad,
the Dr. 'remaining as managiog editor,
Hereafter it will support the adminis
tration and be conducted on strict He
New store, new firm, on Main street
nearly opposite Brooks House Eaton's
the name ; pitch in and buy yourselves
Mi Lilian Edgarton, "Pearl of the
Platform." lectured in Omaha on Mon
Dollar steam eDgines at th
38:2 P. O. Book Store.
At Merges new store next door to
Po-stoflice. Call and examine my stock
of Loots and shoes, before you buy else
where. I charge nothing for showing
A funny thing happened at Mrs.
Johnson's school in thi3 city. Twins are
the go at that school, and one pair have
kept just even all the term, received the
same credit marks, and gained theame
rank and prizes at the end of the term.
The brightest jeweler in town.
Pins, setts, studs, ladies fine gold
watches, anything and everything that
a lady or gent can desire. Fine goods
lor the holdays. Call and examine ; no
charge fbr looking. 36-4w
We learned in . Omaha that Judgo
Dundy's injuries were so severe that
they would ' probably causo his conGne-
ment to the house this winter and he
will be obliged to remain in that city uu
til he recovers.
COKX ! COKX ! COKX! !
"Wanted Corn on Subscrip
tion at this office immedi
School Book?, at publishers prices, at j
3Stf P. O. Book Store.
Ono more man fortunate,
Always in luck 1
The fellow who buys his Iloliday.pres-
eots of Frank Carruth, at the P. O.
G jo 1j not sold at less than cost. No
goods given away, tut good goods at the
lowest prices for cash, at
1 1 tf. Clark & Plummers.
The Tribune, in looking over a list of
members elect of the Iowa Legislature,
finds that there will Le in that body a
Lyon, a Bullock, two Foxes and three
Vivian's is the place to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. m 20tf
All persons indebted to me, by note or j
account, are rquested to call and settle
before the first of January, 1873, or 1 1
shall put them in the hands of a proper
ofiicer for collor tion
Full lines of boys and girls' sleighs,
hebby horses w:igon., Sea., &c, at the
3?i2 P. O. Book Store.
N. li. -15a
We have bought the entire right and
interest in the whole subscription list of
tho Weekly Herald, pin II. D.
Hathaway, and as fa.-t as our friends can
square up the old accounts we bhall be
pleased to have tlieui as wo want old
book settled. tf
Go to Eitou's for holiday goods ex-
amiue his new stock.
AH parties knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned by book ac
count must call and settle by the first of
January next, 1873, for I am compelled
to have moucy, and must have my book
settled up. Al SriaRS.
A. F. & A. 21
Rogular communieation of Macoy
Lodge, No- 22, at their hall, on Friday
evening, tho 20th inst. All members
are requested to be present, as the an
nual electon of offices will take place.
By order of tho W. M.
Persons knowing themselves indebted
Clark & Plumnier, ckhcr by note or
account, now due, will please call and
flit tie the aarue at onco. We must have
a settlement of all accounts by January
1st. Clark Pltjmmer.
December 18, 1S72. 3St3
CHEES FC3 CHECE.
Some humble minded individual went
down in tho country on Saturday last
and bought a lot of hogs giving his
check on the bank for the pork. Mon
day unoriing .early he shipped eight and
was getting the rest aboard when some
body hunted Mr. Evan3 up and found
that the hog man had nary a dollar in
tho bank. The sheriff bought the pork
for a time and the fellow is now hunting
For your cheap aud good boots and
fchoes go to the shoe store next door to
Postoffice. I will not be undersold
Look to sour Children. Dianhea.
Dysentery, and Summer Complaint are
cured by Mrs. Wbitcorab's Syrup, which
is-sold 6r 25 oept a bottit. See tiTertise-
Large and well assorted stock of gen
eral merchandise at Clark & Plummers.
Try us. 28dtr-
At Clark & Pluinnier'a everything a
farmer needs can be found. Call and
see our 6tock. 28dtf.
Mickelwaite & Co. desire to inform
the public that they have on hand and
shall continue to keep through the win
ter, hard coal, which they will "ell at
How market rates. 104tt.
Go to Vivian's for groceries and pro
Emporia Red Ribbon Stove at E. T.
Duke& Co.'s, Plattsmouth '.11
Bast Fins cut and cij
pnetor, coy, war
Aa-a v n n n1 a 11 1
warranted pure anX
Nov. 13, d&i
Clark !i PI
ies and a Gen
cheap and buy
nensarv. headed Book for the M
Marriage Guide in another columfl. It
should be read bv all. dscldAwly.
E. T. Duke & Co. have just received a
arre lot of Heatina Stoves of all kinds.
suitable for parlor, ofSces, stores, hotels,
or any place. Call and see them.
Business room fof rent one of the best
stands in the city enquire of.
D. II. Wheeler & Co.
Evening Star, wood burner, and from
50 to 75 varieties of heating stoves.
Call ad see us, E. T. Ddke & Co.
UAKDCOALl HARD COAL!
At Mickelwaite's yard,
and Main streets. Goo
Coal on hand all the time
Go and see Carruth,
store. Pretty things
For new. cheap goods.
Schnasse & Co. Mr. S ha
turned from the east is prep
nuh goods at eastern prices.
Coal stoves, far soft coal
and kinds and prices to suit.
66dtf25wtf E. T. Dc
10 dozen albums rece
by exress. Price, from
38 12 P. O.
D. Schnasse & Co. New
goods, cheap and good. Will
Nome! Iiiugr fbai Interest I
O'Brien & Merges, at
mouth Shoe Store, next d
Post office, are filling up, for the Lall
trade, with the best and cheapest stock
of boots and shoes ever brought to
GE1TE2AL AGENCY CP H377S'S S3-QJSf
At Plattsrnouth, Nebraska: F. P. Todd,
General Agent. Canvassing agents want
cd. Office at Solomon Nathan's, Main
THE HCIIDAYS AHE COIHITS.
So is Braitsch' fine jewelry ; genuine
setts fiue studs ; ladies and gent's watch
es, suitaftle things for Christmas and
New Year's presents, for old and young.
Sweethearts and bachelors, old mar
ried lolKS and grand parents, all suited
to a dot. . 30-4w
CA2SUTH'S ITE77 J3""2L3Y ST02S
In the PostorBce. Holiday presents,
fine jewelry, studs, pins, vratches, &c
If you want to get a fine and good
fitting pair of boots or shoes made, cal'
at the shoe storenext door to the Post
office. I warrant satisfaction. Ilenair-
ing done neatly and with dispatch.
'Swtf Peter Mercies.
Taken up, by the subscriber, in Avoca
precinct, Cass county, three last spring
calves. ; one red with line back, the
other two roan. No mark or brands
perceptible. O. Tefft.
STASEL A1T2T 1
William the clothing man, well, you
all know him and he begs leave to inform
the public, throngh tho Herald, that
this is the fourth invoice of goods he
has received this fall and winter.
Every day they keep a going, soon
this lot too, will be non est eomeatablc.
Clothing, fine Jewelry, Hats, Caps,
&c, &c, cheap. Call and see for your
self. 129-dlt -35-w3t
Caution to Farmers 111!
Don't sell your Pok until you have
seen me. tar. uovey,
HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS !!
Mr. Frank Carruth desires us to in
form the public that he has not removed
his Photograph establishment at all,
neither has he quit the business, but it
is carried on at the same old stand over
Herold's store, on Main street.
Mr. Carrath has removed his Jewelry
1 establishment to the Postoffice building,
westside, where he will be found at al
business hours ready and willing to re
pair clocks, watches, jewelry &c. lie
also has on hand a large stock tf fine
jewelry for the holidays,
Remember Frank Carruth' e, at the
I Poatoffiee tore fox holiday presents.
y ton oi a i
1 1 Ul IUC
773 WISH YOU A HESBY CHEIST2AS
" AlTD A HAPPY 1TS77 YEAS
And ask you to call at tho
PoatofHee Book Store
ScJwol Books, ttc, fec,
Where you will find everything in the
Gift line, from a 5 cent doll to a $1.50
We have the finest assortment of
Fancy Goods ever exhibited in Platts
mouth, and propose selling them 7oto
down. Come and see for yourselves.
Henry J. Streioiit,
Po6toffiee Block, Plattsrnouth, Neb.
THS EIGSE3T EPIZOOTIC YET HE2AD
Closing cut Selling out at Staislnaa's.
J desire to close out my stock of Jew-
and do not intend to sell any more ;
Vfore, I will sell the balance of my
'teen carat rings will sell at $1.25
ennyweight, which is wholesale
Chains, rings, ladies setts, &c,
at nearly half old prices.
:ad earnest.. I mean to sell
Jewelry stock and price is no
all and examine before pur-
sewhere, your Christmas pres-
Forty dollar watches selling for $25.
All this stock was selected with care abd
with the expectation of remaining in the
My Fcrs, for the Ladies, have also
got the Epizoot, and are bound to go off.
I wifl sell the entire stock at cost. Now
is your time, the last chanct, and all
owing to the late" Epizootic display in
Plattsrnouth. Very respectfully,
3t Wm. Stadelmanjt.
A ori to 7 Oil Customsrs.
l"n closing out the Boot and Shoe bu
siness to Mr. Merges, I do 60 with the
sincere belief that no effort will be spared
on his part to merit the liberal patron-
kindly bestowed upon me. And I
ly ask my friends and the citizens
mouth and vicinity in general
ttinue their patronage to a business
Marked hard to build up, a task
iratively easy by the ready
ous public. Mr.
ermined to profit by the
gained, and to keep
nd sell them at reason-
as arranged with me
Yelect for him even a
as than we had been
r - l
as. S. O'Brien.
of all kinds at the
P. O. Book Store.
yrs or me iapust inurcn
fill give a Festival and sup-
iing, Dec. I9th, in the base-
tzgerald's Block, at which
to have every good thing
season ; also a musical entertain-;
The Baptists have built a new church
in this city, and been at heavy expense
for the past season, and the object of
this Festival is to raise funds for the
Pastor, Mr. Arnold, who has labored
zealously and faithfully with them for
the past year and a half. We advice
every one, who possibly can do so, to at
tend, and help along the good work.
The next convention of the Cass
County Teachers' Association will be
held at Eight Mile Grove, on the 2Gth,
27th and 28th days of December, lb72.
The first session will be held on Thurs
day at 2 P. M. We wish to havo this
the largest as well as the most interest
ing meeting of the friends of cducaca
tion ever held in the county. To effect
this we want yoa, reader, as a friend of
sd uca tion, to take a personal interestin
We want you to be there and to influ
ence as maiy others to come as you
possibly cau. The Common School
Cause in this county has made some ad
vances, but there is great need for fur
ther improvement. We want methods
acuscd and means devised for incrcas-
ng tho efficiency of our schools. We
tiave a great work to do. Patriotism
and philanthropy call upon us to do it.
Are you read for the work ? A favora
ble response is earnestly hoped for.
Every teacher in tho county is expected
to be present. Your absence will be
takon as a want of that professional zeal
which insures success. No excuse for
your absence can be taken unless you
have the weightest reasons.
Come to the convention.
T. II. T.'Sahm,
Ch'n of Ed. Com.
L0" THAN EVES 1
Guitars, violins, accordeons, &o., c,
at the Postoffice Book Store. 33 12
The Stock Holders of the Arrapahoe
Town Company are hereby notified that
an assessment of five dollars on the
share has been made for the purpose of
erecting a public building and making
other improvements in said town.
Holders of stock, failing to pay this
assessment within sixty days from the
date of this no tic; , will, under the by
laws of the Town Company, forfeit their
shares to said company.
By order of the Directors.
Wm- Stadelmann, .
Plattsrnouth, Neb., Dec. 19, 1S72.
We notice that the sign of the Lib
eral Club still lingers upon its accus
tomed .place, showing the head-quarters
of a once happy and hopeful band.
IIou it remind.xus of the story of the
frogs, who sang their evening songs in
their fearless glee, but ere the morning
came a cold wind swept from the chil
northwest leaving' only their heads visi-
bl abore the unwelcome ice.
Frank Carruth has removed his Jew
elry store to' the Postoffice building.
Our friend, Theo. Eaton, has bought
out the old stand known as Todd & Ea
ton and will hereafter keep things hum
ming there. Call and see their holiday
Gen. Thayer and Family arrived in
Lincoln last week. The General makes
that city his home, hereafter.
Wc learn on reliable authority, that
Hank Strcight has taken to wholesaling
goods this fall, and is doing a land offico
busines at it,
Doctor Latta, Hon. James Pitterson,
Mr. Shera and everybody you can think
of have been up from Rock Bluff lo
court some one this week.
We are sorry to chrdkiicle the depart
ure from our midst, of Mr. O'Brien,
late of the firm of O'Brien and Merges.
We can ill afford to lose so energetic and
popular a business man, and while we
wish him all due prosperity in his east
ern hotoe we deplore the circumstances
which have induced him to remove from
Mr. & Mrs. Tip Top have gone to
Waukesha, Wisconsin. May they
have a Marry Christmas and a pleasant
holiday rcspito from the cares and labors
of office duty.
Tip Top goes for the benefit of his
health, to the mineral springs at Wau
kesha. We trust seeing him back
soon, ' as good as new."
A WONDERFUL INSTEUKENT.
One day last week while at Omaha we
dropped into the Tivoli Gardens, on
Farnham street. Don't stare now,
readers, please, we were in good compa
ny and on lawful business if we did get
outside of "zwi glass lager" while
At these gardens one can see a won
derful instrument. It is of German
make, hailing from he Black Forest,
and is called
Seated iu front thereof you see an in
strument somewhat resembling an organ,
thirteen feet high and eight feet wide.
It is full of pipes, trumpets and horns,
apparently. In one corner is a drum,
and underneath you can see the bellows
work, wheu playing a tune. A long
cylinder, resembling those belonging to
an old-fashioned over-shot threshing
machine, that in, with numerous little
projections and points, is pushed in
front of the keys, and as it revolves
each little projection touching some key
as they come around.
It is run by a weight 500 lbs. strong,
plays 72 tunes, and is equal to an or
chestra of 21 musicians and represents
312 Instruments. It is a premium in
strument, cost $5,000, and plays more
tunes than any instrument now in the
United States. It is a marvel to us
Americans, and is well worth a visit of
inspection. fcredWh is the 1'roprie-
tor of the Gardens, and Prof. Schroeder
runs the music box.
We trust our citizens will be a little
ndulgent, that is, have a little patience
with the B. & M., for we all know the
obliging officers good boys, too such
as T. A. Riordan, Henry Brown, Mr.
lartsell, Charley For.-iha, Jtc, &c,
that are looking after the Transfer of
'assengers Baggage and Freight, with
all the speed possible, and with all the
earnestness and zeal controlable for the
welfare of the people.
We noticed, at noon yesterday, a load
of men, trucks, &c., with Johnny Suhr,
as Expressman, making for East Platts
rnouth, for tho express purpose of doing
their level best to re load and re ship
freight (temporarily) via Omaha to our
Plattimoutb and western merchants.
The people may rest assured that the
B. & M. are alive to th wants and de
mands of the people of this great and
glowing State, and that they will use
their utmost endeavors to facilitate all
business pro bono publico.
Ed. Herald: Please allow me to
acknowledge, through the medium of
your paper, the receipt of a splendid do
nation by my friends and brethren of
Plattsrnouth and vicinity, on the evening
of December 12th.
It was calculated to be a surprise to
the fatuity, and truly can we say that to
us never was surprise so complete or fol
lowed by a donation of so many good
The 6upper, prepared by the ladies,
was all that could be desired. The pre
sentation speech, by Geo. Smith, wa3
appropriate and right to the point, and
the songs of the company were refresh
ing. Presents were distributed to the
family to the amount of seventy-five
dollars, besides pies, cakes and canned
fruit in abundanca were left untouched
from tho supper table, for all of which,
as we1! as the manifestation of sympathy
in our work we tender the friends our
Cyrus and Nellie Alton.
NOTICE .TO H0LEE2S OF FLATT5 0T7TH
To All Whs it Hay Concern.
Notice is hereby given that in accord
ance with the provisions of an Ordinance
passed by the city council of the city of
Plattsrnouth on tho 16th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1872, all holders nf orders
or warrants issued by the city of Platts
rnouth, at any time Lore to fore are re
quired to present the same to the Treas
urer of said city for payment on or be
fore tho 29th day of December, 1872,
and no interest will be paid on said war
rants after said date.
Plattsrnouth, Dec. 18th, 1S72. .
. M. L. WHITE,
W. T. Eaton, has just received a large
stock of splendid furs, for ladies, chil
dren and gents, as cheap as the cheapest,
also, a fine assortment of jewelry, and
musical instruments, notions, &c., &c.,
too numerous to mention. Call and see
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec, 13, 1872.
Dr. It. V. Pierce : For the past six
months I have used your Golden Medical
Discovery in my practice, and in that
I have tested its merits in severe caughs,
both acute and chronic, in chronic dise
ases of the throat, severe cases of bron
chitis, general derangment of the system,
constipated condition of the bowels, and
wherever a thorough Alteiative, or blood
purifier, h?s been indicated. In all cases
I havo found it to act gently, yet throu
ghly and effectually in removing the
various diseased conditions, and bringing
about a healthy action throughout the
system. Yours fraternally,
II. L. Hall, M. D.
This medicine is sold by all respective
druggists in all parts of America.
ST. LOUIS GLOBE.
cce & Houscr.
PRICE OF BCBSt'RIPTIO.f:
Daily, (seven papers per week)
per year $12 00
Semi-Weekly, per year...... 4 00
Semi-Weekly (iu clubs of five)... 15 00
Weekly, per year 1 00
The proprietors of the Globe, having
the experience of a quarter of a century
in newspaper publishing in the city of
St. Louis, feel that they know what a
newspaper should be in order to suit the
varied tastes of the people of the Mis.
sissippi and Missouri Valleys. They
will labor night and day to produce a
first-class journal, containing the news of
each day from every part of the habita
ble world, and such other information
from every quarter, at home or abroad,
as will interest the whole populatiou of
the Western States. They will endea
vor to make the Globe a welcome vis
itor in the banking-house, the counting-
room, the merchants' store, the work
shop, and manufactory, and a fire-side
companion for the farmer, mechanic, la
borer, stock-raiser, fruit-grower, miner,
in fact for every body that can read.
The Globe, will continue to advocate
the doctrines of the Great Republican
Party, which has just achieved so great
a triumph over tho conglomerate odds-
and ends party in the Nation. In com-
meroial, financial, agricultural, mineral,
and all other interests, the Globe will
constantly be found taking a leading po
sition on each question as it comes up.
We will send the Weekly Globe to
any address for one year on receipt of
is will make the OHC the
LAKGEST and CH4.IST as
well as the BEST paper in the West
for the price. We will barely get the
cost of the white paper at this rate,
but we hope to run up a large circula
tion by putting tte price so low. Send
along your subsciiptions, singly or in
clubs of any number. One Hollar
for each name.
All persons acting as agents or getting
up clubs for the Globe will be allowed
ten per cent, on all Dailies or Semi
Weeklies they may get, and twenty per
cent, on all the Weeklies they obtain.
Deduct the commissions from the
amount before mailing.
McKEK, IIOUSER k CO.,
Globe Office, St. Louis.
Send for Sample Copies.
Weeping Water, Nebraska.
li a id ware.
BooUi. and Shoe.
Hats, and Capi,
Arricultural Implements of all kinds. Weir and
"I x L Uultivators, union vxrn i lantors
(5 rn.lfltonr and Prinoeton l'lows. ic. Ac .adirv
fiinitum all of which we offer to the public at the
oweet retail price.
All CJoocls Warranted
S0ur constant aim will be to cll no low that
It will be to the positive advantage of every far
mer in tho western and coutial portion of Caas
county to make tbu their heudquarter for trade
KEED. I HOS.
E. P. NEKDIIAM & SOX,
143. 115 A 147 East !3d Street. Xew York.
ESTABLISHED IN 146.
Responsible partiei applying for agencies in
fectiona still unsuppljed, will receive prompt
attention and liberal inducements. Parties re
siding at a distance from our authorized agents
may order from our factory. Send for iUustra
red price lint, Qei 25d Jtw3a
a o a
n - a
d " 2
a r o
I L L I A IV3 STADEL M A N ,M ,
Has on hand, ono of the largest 6tccks of
CLOTHINC AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, FOR
SPRING AND SUMMER,
invite every body in want of anything in my line to oe.11 at my to re, I
ou3i Side Cain, ICetween Sd;&J3d Street.
And convince them.elve of the fact- I havo as a
""a x ms iiuwiui iui jicn uuu jivje;
Ialso keep on hand a large and well t cleoted
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
DOWN GO THE
D. S C H N A
NEW YORK STOEE
South West Corner of Main Street Plattsmoutfi, Nebraska,
AiD SO THE PEOPLE
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YATiNS, BOOTS AND SHt iai
In the Grocer line we keep the Finest and Best
TEA. COFFEE, SUOAR, MOLASSES. DRIED FRUITS, of every Deeorlftita.
All the Varieties of Spices, in fact for all Your
HATS AND CAPS.
Keep it Before the Fttblic I
Photographer and Jeweler, is selling
Watches, Clocks & Jewelry
f Tin-iner than any othr place west of the Mis
souri Kiver. and a call to examine (foods aril
prices will assure you ci me same. vi'u
of all kinds at bottom figures. And of the Pho
tographic department. iveau ine iuuumi
price list, it can t oe uon .aai. ur
rn 1 a.l .l. .n1
dos calling cards
$1 SO 1 do cd. phot's X (XI
1 00 1 cab't cd phot. 6 (X)
2 ()0 H-4 phot ic fr. 4 00
3 00 14-4 gem " " 2 00
A large stock of Frames constantly on
hand at low prices. Do not
have a picture taken of any kind nor buy
a dollars worth of Jewelry
until you have called and examined
specimens and prices.
S-Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, neatly re
paired. All Goods Warranted as
Mr. Carruth desires to stato that he has re
j,art of his establishment to the P. O. fctore.
Photo gr a pit ing
Department Is under an able and eompeteut
ai.sut will remain at the
Above. Remember thii ; Jewelry at the 1. O,
Htoro, Photographs take - over HrilJ'
M T o r i;,
NEW DRUG STORE,
WEEHSO WATER, N ER.
T. Ij. i T T It ,
TE ALER in Drugs, Medicines. Painti, Oils
XJ VarnUh. Perfumery, Stationary. Motion
Cifrar aad Tobacco 716
apecinllty in my Retail Department a?cl
iu nuivu we inviie luoae FQO warn nuotu.
ctoclt of Rata and Caps.
P It I C E S i I
S S E & C O.'S
THINK WHO 1ZU
JRIattsm ou ill
AC A D EMYi!
Commences July 1st. 872
Chicago Avenof . PlatUsmouth. Caas MiaO,
Prof. Adolphe d'Allemand, Proprio-v
Ifook for the Million !
MARRIAGE,'! A private counselor to t;.
GUIDE. I Married or thoe about to ma
' dry on the plivxioloKical mrstet
ies and revelations of the uxu:il tystcui, th.
lateKt diuffoveries in producing and i-rerentii.,-oll-prinK,
how to preserve the rouiplexion Ar
This is an iotere.itin work of t Laudrr
and twei.ty-l'our pages, with numerous eiigrav
inif. ami eontaum vilualla inforuiatiou for
tho-9 who are married, or cnr.tinilate mar
rinse. Still, it u a !;,,. k that cialit to to ki
uadrr look and key. and not laid earelesai..
a Dour ne notixe.
St. tit Ln an V iin. ( frt. nf niul.r.l for .f n ta.
Address lr. liutln' li5Uary. Mi. li
Eighth street, St. Louis, Iu.
Notico to the Afflicted and Fufortuna?.
Reforesiiplrlinct'i the ntriou ouai-ks w'.
advertise in public I'aper. ir au4 any qua. -
remedies, peruse lr. IJutta work luatl.
what your dejeaa is or Low uotlrLls oa
lr. tluttsean be consulted, personally or ly
uimi, on the UineHKi! inentioiie.l in his wi rk
Ottn-e. No. 12N. Kiijhth f 'reot. between M.r'r ',
andCheeulit bt. Louis. Mo. 4ecdwl'
Loik to Your Children.
The Groat Soothing Remedy.
MRS. Cures eolio and Kr'plng in
Whitcomb's.ibe bowels, and I k ilK.it '
Syrup, i the procei1 f tecLliinc.
MHS. .tfbJuc envnl.ons end
Whitcombs overcome at) tiin- Inci-
Syrvp. .dent to infant and rhiulrt n.
Cen . "
3 - .
MRS. ! Cures L)iurrhoa. Pvxente
hitaemb's rr and summercoiuiduiut 1
Syrup. ohiidren of all ?-. i
It WtUe ffreat Infants' and CbiMren'sn":
tag Kemedy, in all ifUwrders brourh' t
teething or any other cause.
Prepared by tha Grafton M' dicinp t v
Hold bv druists and dealars in M'i"
evei7whr, rfviJd Jrf
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