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All eommuoioatlons fur this department will
addressed to Editorial Committee, box 632,
B. 8. Ramset, )
Geutie Joh.nso, Editorial Com.
T. U. T. Sabm, J
This wonderful vegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of' the ftelle and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial tor tlu
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 ia superseding every
In all climates, tropi-
S, BLOOM & CO.,
Whenever any new ct terprise is started
it is meat for the public to carefully other rtituuLint
examine and fully kcow under what flag I cal, temperate or frigid, it acts as a
she sails, and toward what haven the J fpecifio in every species of disorder
fteers. Our colors are flung to the I which undermines the bodily strength
breeze ; our banner is bouted ; it id the I and breaks down the animal spirits.
banner of Education. Unon it ia in- 2& dw 1r.
scribed wisdom. "Exalt her and the
hall promote thee. She shall bring
thee to honor when thou doet embrace
her. She shall give to thine head an
ortrament of grace, a crowu of glory
tJiall she deliver to thee."
Tne haven toward which we steer is
rulture, refinement, public prosperity
founded upon general intelligence. A
Beautiful Women I
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PLATTiMOUTIl NEBRASKA.
Tootle, Manna & Clark.
'John B. Clakk,
C. II. Parmklic.
T. W. Evaks,
T15 Panic is now onen for busines-i at teit
new rnciin. corner Main and Bixth streets, and
are prepared to transact a general
HACAN'B MAGNOD1A BALM B' th Com
plexion the Freshness of Youth.
BOY8 AJYD CHILDREN'S CL O Til I AY
Hats aad Cap3, Boots and Shoss,
6LANXETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUfiKS, VALISES, ETC
interest alio wet
Driftn drawn, available in any cart of the
United States and in all . the principal towns
tnd Cities of L'uropo.
OR THE CELEBRATED.
J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main Street, nearly opposite the
ILoa'b MAeKOLU Balm Tersomea tha
flushed trpearaace ca-ated by heat, fatigue and
long VOyagO id before US e'er We can "citement. It makes the lad of forty appear MEln 6t,eet Secoad Door East cfthe Court Dense
reach the desired haven of our atiibitiou cut twenty, and so natural aad perfeet that no
a voyage creel with fchoald and quick- perron can detect its application. By iu use
taodat, with here and there a huge, daik tho roughest skin is made to rival the pure
rock, lifting its angry form across our radiant texture of yoathful beauty. It removes
COUrse yet Shall ire toil away, having I redness, blotches, and pimples. It oontaina
for our guiding etar " Oauiia perseceran- J nothing that will injure the skin the least.
tut tnncit." I Maorolja Balm is used by all fashionable
It shall be our aim tn fuvnisri news I ladies in New York, London and Paris. It
from all parts of tho county concerning I COBts only 75 nU er Bottle, and is sold by all
,,? notions rniftPm. ffoma Ii.iva tirnm. J Druggists and Perfumers.
B&AXCII UOrS E Broad way.Coucncil Bluffs Iowa.
O F S T
and Retail Dealer in
E A M El.
Persons wishing to brine o
Knrone can itnrchase ticket
tSf-Opposite the Platte Valky House, in bch later s Jewelry &tore, to Piattsmouth.
wed, all are ' requested . to furnish the
committee with information coucerniug
the Eubject which they hare made a spe
Every teacher in Cass county is ex
pected to help forward this work. Thw
column is to be your friend and co-laborer.
Fellow teachers, ice must malce
our influence fdt. Our avocation is
scarcely recognized as a profession. Not
because it lacks importance to society,
but becauso 60 many of our members
fail to attain an efficient working stand
ard. .A teacher needs to be filled with
professional enthusiasm. lie requires
to be stimulated by word a fitly epoken.
We feci confident that there is sufficient
ability in our ranks to make this column
such a stimulus b we need. Fellow
teachers, if you turn your back upon it
and coldly wish it to die you deserve to
be anathematized and placed under the
ban of the profession.
Members of the various School Boards
are Informed that their aceistanco will
be thankfully received. Practical
thoughts on practical subjects from prac
tical men are needed.
Our work h commenced with a hearty
ood will. . Some may approve, others
condemn the new enterprise ; neverthe
loss we shall go ahead. Not that we arc
indifferent to ths enii'es of others.
Smiles of approval, like the pleasant
tuaUght, Khali cheer and gladden us;
frowns. shall not deter but pimply cause
B to labor more earnestly from a stern
cense of duty. It may cost labor to ac
complish what is desired, yet we are en
couraged with the thought
'Ihat nothing great is lightly won,
Kothicg won is lost;
Every good deed nobly done
Will repay the oust."
T. II. T. Saiim.
TO T22 Tlc2E2S"C7CAS3 C0UNT7 :
28. dwlyr eSJ.
Uiiiii Street, SIattsmonth9 Mebraslta
FOB MAI? AND CEAfeT.
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 Animals, are always liable to
accident, and it is safe to eay, ' that no
family can pass a single ' season without
some kind of an emollient being neces
sary. It becomes a matter of impor
tance then to secure the best.
Over three hundred lirery stables in the city
of Sew York alone are using the Mexican Mus
tang Liniment, in all of which it gives unusua
nb 9r fir$t-rhss pianos Taub rgans.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in String. Sheet Mueic and all kinds ef Musical llershandiis
--MUSICAL INFTRUMEMTS Tuned and Jleaired-Scaifaction Gumranteed.SX
G. A. MILLER & CO S R T-V W 5
a w y s . Str r .
Dear Frfcmls and Co-Laborers in the
Held of Education :
The Holidays are approaohing with
flying feet, and now the query arises,
' "How shall the teachers spend the com
ing vacation?" Some of the energetic
fellow laborers, anticipating this inter
rogation, and knowing the great need of
our county, held a meeting recently, and
organized a "Teacher' Association,"
which wi!l hold its Srsl uieetinz between
Christinas and New Year's. Last year,
in Nov., tho teachers of Cass held a
meeting under tho supervuion of the
County Superintendent, during which
they laid a foundation of a superstruc
ture for f elf-improvement, that bade fair
to be a noble edifice ; but for reasons
that all probably understand, and cir
cumstances that were unavoidable, sub
sequent meetings were poorly attended,
and the walls of tha edifice have re
ceived but slight addition?. How, then,
can we epend cur vacation more pleas
antly or moro profitably thau in attend
ing the meeting of the Association ?
Let us inform our "young ideas" that
they can "shoot" tt random for a week,
put the switch behind the black-board,
hang the rusty tin cup on its nail, close
the door on its creaking hinges shake
the dust from our weary feet, rejoice in
the thought that we are free for a week.
And then let us make the best use of
our time in improving ourselves and oth
ers, where possible, in the art of teach
ing. There are many teachers in the
county, probably, m ho are teaching their
Irt school. Weil qualified, they may
i, but they are bnt tyros ia the art,
ui must every day meet with difficul
ties they havo sot yet learned how to
overcome, with, doubts, concerning
methods, which they can cct solve. To
such, the lectures and suggestions of ex
perienced teachers will certainly prove
invaluable id tLcy may thus acquire in
a few days knowledg of methods of
teaching and governing that they wid
otherwise acquire only by yenrs of trial
and experience. To experienced teach
ers the meeting of the Association will
prove beneficial, as suljects will be dis
cussed upca which eveu ihe experienced
differ; and many a wife pedagogue, we
have no doubt, will return to his fchool
after the session of the Association,
feeling that ho has in the progress of
time, bccoaie a little oi l foggyiah ; and
that the lively discussions of the Asso
ciation have rubbed the dust f.oin tli:
cepter with which he governs; and the
dust from the page of his brain, whereon
be has jotted down, from time to time,
liia methods- of ioftrution, bo that as
he reads them over he will softly whis
per, "A little too old fashioned."
Hoping to see every teacher of Cass
present at the paeetiog of. the Associa
tion, we wait with patience the coming
vacation, when we shall have such a glo-
jimr r ucioa a Css Las never known.- I
CAUTIOST. The genuine is wrapped in a
fine .Vl fiat emrrayinit with u. n. nrtt-
MUST AX a llSIMtWl'-' engraved across
the fooe of each wrapper. Xbe wnule bears the
proprietor's private Un'ted States It even ue
Stamp, and not a ootnmon stamp as nsed by
LVOX MABCPiCTCRIO Co .
53 Park Place. X. Y.
Jan. 9th. din lw every 3rdw
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
Mo. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
HAPPY Relief for TontT" 37i'u. from th?
effects of Errors and Abuses in early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to Aiamaee re
move'!. New methodof treatment. Xer au
remarkable remedies. Books and Circula
sent free, in pealed envelopes.
Adtr . HOWAK1 ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, P. n ln
etitu son bavin? a high reputation tor honora
ble conduct and professional skill.
20 w ttia
We have just issued S-.ru's' Waltzes in Tro
Volumes, prjee S4 each in boards, 5 ca-ih in
cloth. The two volumes contain over Forty
Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least $.05 ia sheet
form. In ET A U fl IJ I T C order ine
froinoth- "WWli I fc-er dealers
be particular to ask for Peters' Editiojt ok
Staacss' Waltzes, as it is tho only correct and
complete edition. Ad- J K 'VZli'sl
dress. J. Li PETERS V 1 kJ 1 Z
Music Publisher. 5'J9 Broadway, N. Y.
f Toilet Articles.
.ay and night.
C17 St. Charles Street.
T oncer located in St. Louis than nv Chron.
1 J ic Pbysiciur.. f o successfully treats Simrvlp
and Complicated Venereal Disease as to brint1
patients troin every State. II is hospital on-!
oprtunitics. a life-time experience, with nur
est drugs urepurcd in the establi: hoient. cures
cases piven up by others, no matter who tail
ed ; tell yoi.r private troubles. Consultation
Jlrce. bend two stamps for medical e-wys
Manhood. Womanhood, seir c
m ail 1'm.nlj i.itli ttftt ftw j i 1 HA nival
All that the curious, doubtful or inquisit v
vrih to know all aout Self-pollution Prcven
tiou. Marriage. Every you u if man and vo
man oucht to read it as a warning. The &?r
vous debilitated o.- partially linpotecten
icientiRcally advised. wn dsc2d
To the East Jirrtli and F.iitlmal.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING FORCE
AND FARM PUMPS,
FEED MILLS, ETC.,
The TTsIlsdnv M ill htnni tht.tr. .t
tecn years, both in the United States and Eu
rope and is the only one .
Generally adopted by all Principal Rail
roads and t arniers.
9-Send for eatalogne aad price list,ey
A. L. STRANG,
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
WiLXal- PiiPSR ! !
THE MASTER SPIRITS OF iV,
THE TREASURE HOU
The Urea Book
Atrcnts rcnort sales of 2 t
hours or days. Po.-)pkctu3
-. J. W. GO
New York. Ckicatf
LYON'S KATKAiRON, ALL PftTIfiT-ES NON-FORFEITING
ividco -Jm on the Contribution Slan,
for Preserving and Beautifying tba Human Hair
To Prevent its Falling Out and Turning Gray
X well-preserved Head of Hair, in a person of
middle age, at once bespeaks refinement, ele
gance, he<h and beauty. It may truly be
called Woman's Crowning Glory, while men
are not iusca.i!ble to its advantages and charms.
Few things are more disgus'in than thin,
frizzly, harsh, nntamed Hair, with head and
coat cevettd with Dandruff. Visit a barber
and you feel and look like a new man. This Is
what LYON'S KATHAIRON 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 Drugitt and Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw every Zw
eTAJIIiISHED IS 1S61.
WATC II ES , C fi O CKS
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
GOLD PKNS SPCTACLKS.
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Wat-hes. Clocks and Jewelry repaired neatly
ind with dirpatch.
.Remo ved to eppesit Platte Valley House
Mian Street. nov. 10 wt
Sent by mail for 10 cts- E. B. Foote,
130 I.eitigto Ave.. Nw York City.
The UnJersigneJ baa on hand and is
All kinds of
At his Mills at the Ferry Landing at Plattsmoutb
Orders Promptly Filled.!
Don't fail to procure Mr. Window's Soothing
This valuable preparation hss boon used
with NEVErt KAiLlNOsLCCE-3 IN THOL
iAXDS OV CASES.
It not only relieves the child from patn. eut
invicorates tb9 stotnnch and bowels, corrects
acidity, and givs tone and energy lo the whole"
system. Itwi lalsoi stantly relieve
Oripinj t'a the BrttceU and Wind Cilce.
We believe it the be.-t and surest remedy in
theworid. in all ca.-cs of Dysentery and Diar
rhoea in children, whether arrifing from teeth
iu ( r any other cause.
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
ycarsel ves. and
Jteliffand Health to Yvur Infant.
Be sure and cull for
"Mr; W'inmlme't Sootnin.i Syrup."
Hivirr thef'c ii.ile of "CURTIS A PR
K f s" rn the uti.l. wrar-per.
Sold by DniffEisU throuchont the world. 10
Securing: the Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to the Pelicy Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
let. TV.ia in ii Wpsirrn Cnmn.inv. mir.rffil bv Western men. whose kn'wn finaccial charac.
ter, ability and p',illfc. afford Hinrlc eu iriinty lor ils cartful and successful manugemcnt.
i'l. lis I'.iiictcs nre nil - -
31. Premiums all t'A-II. It receives no no' es and gives noiie. Policy holders have no in-
ierest to p:ip. a,:d no ousts n-init notes s liens upun their polioies.
4tn. it U i no restriction upon travel.
6th. Its dividends are tuadu up-in the contribution p!rn.
Cih. Its business is exclusively life insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest upon rremiums paid, hence the Company that lonns s? assets
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invest the-J
moneys at. ti percent., while this makes its in vestmenti at twelve per cent, or more.
Tbe advantage ot Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following start! inf
figures: Xhe amount of Sl.tHKi, investea lor n.'.y years at
percent. compound interest. t f 1S.420.15
8 " ... 4!.i'I.fit
10 " " " HT.Vl.Xi
1 " " " SIH.lKiSJH)
olicholder thanany cthernanci-il advantages aad inducements; tofhe
H D Mackav, Pri"1ont.
D 31 Swan. ice-Prci lont.
Dr. J L Wevcr. Med. D'to:.
(leorse A Moore. Sooretary,
J Jones. Ass't Secretary,
II L Aejriuan. fre.uuror
II A Cilkini, 0neral A?ent.
W E Harvey. Con. Actual.;
T A Hurl, Attorney.
D Sh're, Lflavenworth. K tn. II D Meckay, Lc.ivenworth Ka. II L N wmia L?a v J Tcrta.,
JFRicLards, " " D M Swan, " ; W h cheuiberlain.
II R Hammond. " W U Coffin. lAi.-irct.
Jl Kdxertou " ieo A Moore. " ll,AUen'w . M
T-if' irnev " " 1 W IVwers " C A 1 crry. Weston, Mo.
S M Stickler. Junction City Oeo L Davis. St. Louis. Mo W Veal. Torek J Kmsm.
Chasltobinson.Lafrrance. J Merntt. V. wMr?,M.I. " " ' "
W IIa,l!.v. " K llastinar. R Stebbins,
M U Morgan
.1. 23. CO J1&, T,
Gen. Agent for Nebraska ami .0rlI1eru Uaugaf
Good Traveling Solictors Wanted.
FIJI TTSMOU Til
R. W. MARSHALL, Agent,
J. E LIVIKQSTON. lied Examine
Contintnlal SmWng. Bos. 24.J26 28 Bassau St. B 2
JUSTUS LAW REKCK. President. J. P. BOG ERS. Becrctaxy.
Entcrwisinff Economical, JLibera
Floor, Corn Meal,
and for bald
Xurcber Policies issued to Jan. 1. 18T2 .
Nutnher Policies issued and revived in 13id...
AbbETTi. Jan. 1, 1S72
Dealer in Clotliinp,
Furnishing Good?, Hats.
Caps, Boots & Shoos, Trunk
Valises & Carpet Dag?, &c Ac.
One of the OUest and most Reliable
Housea to Plattsmouth. Mam
. Street, between 4th & 5th.
eejrllEMEMBER THE PLACE.-SJ J
This Comrnny is Purely Mutnal ir it o-crati-ips. divilin(tits entire -urplus amors; its Poli
cy hoi Icrs. anuuallv, on the "( onriltttin Plun." vni has a Urgr business and a lower ratio of
expense to income, thin have ever been attained by cny otiior Company at a Corresponding
period in its history. .... - L i ,,
Its tot.il Ai3'i aro sn3i--ient to di-chr3 t'l li iHilU'O". m-ilu lm? re-nsaranoe. piy back all
its stock capi'al. and lctvo as a b.tUncs more thm n MILLION of earned surplus.
THis Company Issued Elorc Policitis
S. A. TAYLOR & CO.,
J. W.LKlt, Propri.tr. R. H. MclAl.l A C., Druggist. J
Via. aaa irmacuc. lki., ana H Kritl,
MILMOXS Bear TcnHmany to tbelt
Wonderful Cut-allvt, Eflecta.
They are not a vile Fnncy Drink, Hade of Poor
Ram, Whiskey, Proor Spirits) and Refuse
I.lqnora doctored, spicod and sweeten.! to please tho
tae,cnlled "Tonics," "A ppctiiers," "lie store rs,"&c.
that lead the tippler on to drnnkennesaand ruin.but are
atrne Medicine, made from the Native Knots and Herbs
of California, free) from nil Alcoholic Stimu
lant. They are the CJIt EAT 1SI.OOI) mil.
FIEKnnd A LIFE (ilVINU ritlXCIl'I.E,
perfect Itenovator ami lnviorator of the System,
carry ing off all oisonous matter and restoring theblood
to a Lciltby condition. Ko person can take these Bit
ters accordinK to directions and remain long anwcl!,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or ether means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond the point of repnlr.
They area Gentle Purgative as xreXl am a.
Tonic, posnesitiiiR, also, the peculiar merit of actinfl
as a xwerrul oprcnt in relieving CVmRestion or Inflimn
niation of the Liver, and nil the Visceral Orsans.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, iuyonngor
old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood or at
tho turn of life, these Tonic Bitters havo no equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Itbennia-
tlsm aad Sont, Dmpconia or Indiaeation.
lllliona. Retnitteut and Intermittent Fe
vers, Dlaenae of the Itlood, Liver, Kid'
era and Bladder, these Ilittera have been most
suocossful. Kach Discuses are canscd by Vitiated
lllood, which iseoncrally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA Olt INDIGESTION, Head
ache. Palo ia the Shoulders, Conabs, Tisutness of tho
Cbert. Dizziness, Sour fructations of the Btnmacb,
Dad Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Inflammation of tbe l.un-. Pain In the re
(ions of tbe EIi!ncrs. and a hundred other painful symp
tom, are the oflsprinc of Dyspepsia.
Thev tnvlforats the Stomach and stimulate tbe terrvl
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
tfficacy in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and im-.
ftartinx new life and nror to the whole system.
FOR SKIX DISEASES, Era ptloos, Tetter. Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, rimples. Pustules, Boils, Csr-
mtnelcs, Rins-U'orms. Pol 1 Head. Sore Eyes. Eryslpo.
Im. Itcli.feurfa, Biseoloistioiis of the Skin. Humors and
piHeaKes or the Skin, of wliatrur name or nature, are
literaliv due un and rarrie.1 nut of the system in a short
time by the usn ot these Bitters. One bottle iu such
eases will convince tbs most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse tba Vitiated Blood whenever you flml Its In-
unties burstiDr throurhthe skin In Pimples, Extj-i-Uonsor
Sores; cleanse It when you End it obstructed
and sluc'isdi in tlu reins: cleanse it when it is foul.
and your feeling will tell you when. Keep tbe Mood
sure, and the health of tbe svslern will follow.
Pin. Tape, and sllier Worms, lurking In tbe
fyit-m of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
snd removed. Says a ditineuished physiologist,
there is scarcely an individual upon tbe face of tbe
earth whose body is exempt I mm the presence of
worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of tbs
poay mat worms exist, but upon tne aiseasea nnmors
and slimr deposits thst breed fhese livinc monsters of
aisease. . Cystem or Medicine, no vermifures, no
anthelmintics will free tbe system from warms like
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. Sfc DONALD COl,
Drursist and tren. A rents. Ean PntDriseo. California,
sol JKanl 3 Commerre Mreet, ftew Xork.
t3"etLl BY ALL DRLUUI8TS AND DEALERS.
E. T- DUKE 6l CO
OT OF MAIN STREE1
olcsule Si Ketail Dealers in
e and Cutlery, Stoves,
TEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, tm.
on hand a Large Stock of
CHIC A G O, EMP OR A,
L O YA L COOK
Other First-Class Cookins
of All kinds
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WORK OP ALL KINDS DONE.
STATIONS. ATtsy.in M.AIL
Leave Plnttsmoutb. 331,,. m. 6.5? a.m.
Arrive Bu lington 7 ( 0 ftl 10.50 p. m.
" ncndota 11.13 a-tn. 5- sa.
" Ca!ofto(C.H.&Q) 8J5 r.m. 7.00 a. tn
" Peoria.. " o.oo a.m. 12 M a.m.
" Ind'plis:i.D.CAV. C:l3.ai. a. n.
" Cincinnati " ll.tlOj.. m. 4.15 p.m.
" LoeHnspVT.PJkW 4 M pvi f.29 a. m.
Colambas " J 45 a.m. p. au
-TliroiKth Cars from f;sonr Kiver to Chi
cso. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Logansport sad
Connections at those poinfs with 1'oes lesd
ine to the Fast. Nf.rth snd Sth.
f ins is the Heat, Hhurte.t, Qui, lent mnd Churm.
Donot.be deceived, bnt obtnin Ticltels via
the I'.urline-'on and uissouii Hirer linilrnsd.
A . K ToUZALIN. C K. I i K K 1 S.
Ucp 1 iicket Agent. Uen'l Fupl
FUR WITUR E
AlliPaper Trimmed frea of
Prescriptions carefully coffiponndel fcy anex
Itememher the place, threedoors west of th
Uertild oEco: Piattsmouth. Nebraska.
?2ISS BEST IS
7iil be fonnd et his ol 1 stnn.l on Main St.
ft wb ere lie wii! be t;lcil to see his for
nit customers autl 'riend?.
He has a large and oo l a'sor'ttrnt of farm
much is cry ruci as ttt
f I'he 3farh harvester, a reaper that two m:a
J. cau cut and bind ten acres Dcr day wi: .
One man to drive, and tbe binders can work u
the t ha J e.
AhMtr.its oi Title.
'1'IIE XITMEKIOAL SYSTEM. The best
J use. For dcfcrititive circnlHrs. a'ldrcKS.
ACKS. BLACK MA U &i CO
J. K. CLARK. ELI PLUM Jl EH.
I A Tilburn and Ptndenbaker lfagons. Chans-
I i.f A pion Kcaprri Vow' Ma.ssilloa Thrash-
S&ve tntne; by pyng Cash for yoor
CTjAUK & PLUMMER'S.
STAPLE k FANCY". DRY GOOD3,
cr. anj ljui)::lo Pit thrasher, and Ex'-eUir-
ncaperana jiowcr ti,
T. 2. METTBBa,
Main 5treot. Plattjsnonth. Neb.
L. S- Blair, Traveling Asoi.
Feb. 29 fit.
FUR NITUR B,
LOUNGES, SAFES, TA3LES,
or all DEsciTrntM ad it all rsisia.
tfetalic Burial Cases.
Tho. W. fthryccSi,
And dealer in all kinds sf
T1I BTKSET, (thhd 4 WJT tt f f 0
Piattsmouth - . - Rs
"lepairir;gnnd Vsmishlns-nef?v Bj.
t uncrals attended cn the shortest cetlea,
T HE BEST
For Yonr Groeeriei G To
Ccrxtr TllrS aad Sail E'.rcsta, PIstisaii aOi.
well jeltcted 8toci f
-Ala gosd tstortnt et of Boon fVo.-?
In Connecfioa with the Grotrrj h
Bakery & Cor.faUioncry I
i?-'ll kinds of Country Produce lonjbt d4
Tke ncticeof ths s.gn "EMPIRE II A PERT
AM U liitill. sjl6ti.
G. W. HER K,
Kiin Sfreef, Terr Dnn Cm! tf Cort
Also full stork of
GKOCERIES. BOOTS and SII0EW,
HATS and CAPS.
Wc bay largely for casu and
cheap for the money.
(tore opposite the Brooks llouee).
OF ATj'jL. SIZES.
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Cash.
AVith many thanks for past patronage, Ii n
Ate all to call and examine my large stock o
nitu.ro and Coffins jan28t
II. J. STEEIGIIT,
AND PAPER DEALER.
CITY Mb AT MARKET,
Plattsixiont!:; - IVcbraska.
The best of Freh Meats always on hand ir
IMS. A. D. WHITCOSIB
Dress ami Cloak Maker.
' Rooms three doors west of Brooks Hoae
made a 6rec'ar- A
A3- Patterns of all kuul oBtanUy n iasd
lost Office ISiiildin
t. d ilmband w tf.tn
Omaha Klarble Vorks.
M. J, FEENAN,
llanufacturer and Dealtrin
italiax a wr.nn'A M.um.F.
JM'Jlt. IS, IJE!H.ES
xll.iiillcs & Fiiriiilure
For specimen or woncaianship refer
to Smith's and allery's monu
ments in Piattsmouth Cotn
The parwntJ f Qn Ccnmty U respeetfulljr
tlighcst Triao Paid for Fat Cattle
-!lihc-t Cash Price paid for green Hides.
MEW LUMBER YARD!
FTavinir nnend a Lumber Yard at
Loui.-viile, I will keep all kind of
&c, ic., &c,
And would invite all those wMiing to
purchc. to give mo a call.
Ai I will nisi. al Jn "11 Via' of GHAIV.
for whieh I will pay ths highest Market price.
Of the latest InU'rnvemenls, warraoted,
and icli at a small profit above coat.
Doing my own wer la
Tin and Sheet Iron
Combined, with lone'exre rictiee gnsraate)
tfitirlaction and Prices to suit t
FOR WOMEN TO IP.
I C.ood and Mike Money
Ad-ires.-, wit" sn-fuj'.
i will furnish parties wiil Monc fT
. l 1 . a -
.11 hn 1,1 nir narnoses tlrcain! l'"'-
iny quarries r deiivere ion the cars Lt Louis
ville station. The following kind of t.,ne can
be had on hort notice; silie. caps, p-rcu rock
ns or rod sn I stone such as was uie i uy toe
B. & M. K. in tbe construction of th;:.r ftoft
work. All responsible oracrs.pr .tnf.it.- u i
J. T. A. li'.M I'.u.
Louisvill Suaino, Xe'j.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALK AND
I am prepared to accomtrodt th publ i with
Horses, Carriafrea. Busies and a Xo. 1 ilearsa
ti short notice and reasocabie tertus. A Hack
willrun to tbe steamboatUnditm. ud ,u (dlpart
of the city when dotired
.Henat' l WJ slw
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