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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1873)
"V An oM arV Jaket in the hands of
V John Caleb..Woodlijra, ehot. a beet a i
-kicked wid John .over three rows of
-Vorn, driving the hreecLrpin into hishcad
the depth of c inch-i
;" . -i g-S-i.
V A Pekin (ill.) worjan wan asked by
the preacher if hrr husband feared the
'.Lord. She" replei: "tear him?
" ; Why, ble.v? you, he is r 'fuard of him
that ho never gos out of the houre on
k Sunday without .taking his gun along."
" " Tho wide arake editor of the Catltolio
.Hefieio h& discovered in a quiet corner
T of tho IKtttumnl Baptitt, the "most out
' raeous ndtertieemfrcts'' it has ever teen.
- It relate to "baptiemil pant3." rcsnu
. factored by a certain Philadelphia tailor,
which are offered as premiums by the
. Baptismal editor totfer subscribers to
'. An expre'esuian r.t Ijouisviile lost his
laTOTite and faithful equine a few days
tinec, and here is the epitaph for the
Iler lies the bonea of all I hid.
' To ding ma on tlirolife ani duty ;
"" II took to fooling very bad,
-., And finally died with cpizooty.
The following is the advertit-emeDt. of
a restaurant in a C j'ora lo newspaper
"And Joseph wept aloud, and said uuto
bus brethren, 1 am Jo.epn; Ootn w.j
father yet livw'. " And hii brctbreu
noswered him, eayiotf," You bet ! the
old man i6 doins bully I he eats at the
, Cosmopolitan, 43 Blake street, Denver,
A circular ha been addrceed to the
employej of the Louisville Shore Line
railroad, whbh anions ether thing?, pay?:
"No m:tn has a right to hold a position
which brings him into'imincdiate con
tact with the public who does not know
how to be civil and poiite, or i3 not dis
posed to make himself agrecablo to
those with whom ha tuny be thrown into
A man thus related tut experience in
a financial way on thu occasion of the
failure of a local bank : "As soon a? I
heard of it my heatt jumped ri.aht up
into tny mouth. 'Now, thiuks I,
'spoaing I've pot any tills on that bank.
Im jfone if I her that's a fact !' So
I put on my coat and 'pat' for home
ju.t as fast as my k-s would oarry me ;
fact is I ran all the w ;y ; and when 1 got
there, I looked kerful and found that I
hadn't any bills on that bank nor any
othrr I So I felt easier."
The meeting of tho state board of
agriculture, which coumicnws to day at
the court hossc, Omahs, calls together
Kwmeofthc most eminent agriculturists
a;id horticulcuraiists in the state. They
are men who wei! understand their
buine, au 1 who have tha interests ot"
the etnte at heart. Important matters
are to be disenssed, cud we hope-that
there will be in attendnnoo a Iare num
ber of our citizens not only to take part
iu the discu-M(!!3, but to gather inform
Rtiou from u:ea of so much experien vj.
e were plea?eu to meet several gentle
men eonnccced with the board Yvt eve
ning, whos2 names arj mentioned in
anoiher column Trilun & Republican
A New Yoik paper contains a criti
cism upon tho present la.-hion3 whi-jh
revail atnoni the ladies. It is particu
arly hostile to low-nocked dreeses, and
tays th deniorliznion in this respect
has almost excelled 'the decree of de
gravity " whioh existed at tlio mo.-t cor
rupt porio.1 of trench history. Ihore
is undoubtedly much in the present
fetyles that is objectionable to the sober
Bond of reason and judament ; and the
improper advaccc-3 niiich we ate told
young men sometimes make towards
young ladiea may to soma extent be
traced to this evil. Parly dres-os are
now cut soleiy with a view to exhibit the
rotund neck and well developed bust to
the greatest advantage. Both sliould be
enveloped in thick gauze impenetrable
to the eye or tre dresses should be cut
hih-nccked. Ladies cannot act upon a
saler plan than that adopied by the
traveler who widely hides from view his
most costly jowl's that tempt tb cu
pidity of the robber on the plains.
Beriia letter to 2'w Ycik Tribune,
Some twenty-five years ago, Bismarck,
then an adveuturer waiting for some
thing to turn up, was spei.ditig a season
at llomburg. One evening, walking
alone throuh tLc towu, he noticed a
strands figure in a window. It was that
of an old man with biack hair and eys
and brown complexion. The man was
clothed m a fiata-tL Oriental frock, was
reading, or trying to read, a tec of type,
which were made of gold or some simi
lar metal, and rented ou a silver-topped
tand. Around the type stood little
figare?, or idols. Over trie type was
suspended a ring by means, of a cord,
which was hung over the thumb and fin
ger by one of tho fingcts; the latter
neemed to be made cf red leather. Bis
marck mused over this t!ran?e appara
tus on his way home, he charzed a ser
vant toinquiro thereabout. The rcrvant
reported that the Oriental was the friend
of an EoRli'h noblemen who rented the
house; that he inherited the covel ap
paratus from his father, and was very
much attached to it. TLe next evening
Bismarck himself bolted into the old
man's study, and representing himself
to be a domestic of "onie port, stated
that he had been sent to purchase the
instrument for his master. The Orien
tal oiTered to explain, but would not sell.
"My father,' taid he fiercely, "from
whom I received this apparatus, charged
me under pain cf their curses, not to
part with it, but leave i', afft-r dfath to
uty successor, Then with their help one
may solve the ri Idle, and he who suc
ceeds will by its aid astonish the worl 1."
Bismarck aked that his fortune might
be tried, when the operator began to
wing the ring. As often as it pue 1
over a letcr ho wrote the same down,
anl finally rpellel cut this sentence :
"Yes, I wili cme day m-jke my power
felt by the whole world." Thi3 was
Bismarck's fate, and then he determined
to possess the apparatus. Attempts to
buy at any price were useless. Finally
h thought of a stratagem. He enticed
the Kngiisu fami'y and tho old njfr.n into
the country for a few days; and in
their absence placed some false money in
th closet of the latter. When he re
turned he found hinisaif arrested for
counterfeiting money, .and of eoir-e
search revealed the coin in hi room.
Than Dismirck visited the pri-oner, and
Mid to him: "I can procure yc-ur
Teleasc. Promise to sell (o me the
apparatn? at a certain puce s.n I you
jhall be free. Hie litter consented,
oaIKvw,.r( into court r.nd explained
me rrjse, aaj oarrku? vis pm in tri-urcrjh.-
K;nn. .1 i -.u.
mm always, and never tVV CVnsulf it I
JrId 'irJ? y iQDorVrOVitieal
Bismsrct himc!P i '"'p ous e.
to thn wonderful ? are Uj dl
forrna it vIVS.A XTtaa?T. if" hr
S. T. 1850 X.:
. This wonderful vegetable wtoratift
is tlic thoet-anchor of the feeble and up
bilitated. As a tonic nud cordial t jr tlu
aged and languid it has no equal anions
ftomachivw. As a remedy for the ncr
voos weakness to wbich women ar cp-
rccially rubject. it is superseding every
other Ftimulant. Iu all climates tropi
oal, .temperate or frigid, it acts a.1 a
specific in every - species of disorder
which undermines the bodily' strength
and breaks down the animal spirit.
Dec. 23. dw l jr.
HAfiAN'S MAGN031A BALM givet to the Ceir.
plexicfi th Frfhr.t of Yotn.
Caaar's maCkolia Balm overcomes the
flukhed appearance e&uscd by heat, fatigue And
excitement. It make tie lady of forty appear
bat treaty, and so natsral and perfeet that no
per?c-n tin detect its application, ily its use
tho rocsheet ckin is made to rival tie pare
radiant textare of youthful beauty. It removes
Tednt-s. blotches, and pimple. It contain
nothing thai will injure the skin the least.
Magnolia Calm ii used by all fashionable
ledi's in New York. London and Paris. It
cotta only 7j cent per Cottle, and is gold by all
DruggUte ud Perfumers.
&5. dtw lyr e 3d
FOU MT AM I) UE.1ST.
Probably few articles have ever had fo
extcnivc a Sale, while none have been
more universally renefieial than the cele
brated MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MKNT. Chiidrtn, Adults, Horses, and
Domestic Animals are always liable to
accident, and it is safe to nay, that no
family can pass a single season without
some kind of an emollient bciasj neces
sary. It becomes a matter cf impor
tance then to secure the best.
Over throe hundred livery stables in the city
of New York alono are using the Mexican Muu
tarff Liniment, in all of which it civ'es una$ua
8 (U inaction.
CAV TtnX. The jrenuine is wrapped in
fine Sicrl Plata entcrayinir with "(J. W We
hrnnl; 4Vi,mim" and " Tra-xr. Murk; M K XI CA.fi
MUSTAMiJ I.IMMhA IV eneruvi-'t acroiw
the i.ioe of p.ich wrapper. The I)e;r ttie
propritor'i private Utrtcd States Kerenue
t:.ui. and not a cmnuion stauip as used by
Lyon Mascfactckig Co .
t'i Park Plase. X. Y.
Jan. 9th. diw 1 wr every 3rdw
For Preterving and Beautifying t'ae Human Hair
To Preent ii Failing Out and Turning Gray
A irell-prMcrved Head of Hair, in a person of
middle ajte, at onre bepe:iks refiacncnt, e'e
srnnce, health and beauty. It may truly bo
called Woman' Crownins Uiory, while men
are not insensible to its advantages an 1 charms.
Few things aro more dUgus in? thun thin,
friiitly, harsh, untnmed llair, with head and
coat cvered with D.ialru3. Visit a barber
and you feci and look like a nox man. This is
what LYON'S KAT1IAIKON will do all the
time. The charta whiob lies in well placed
Hair, lios?y Curl. Luxuriant Tres?es. an 1 a.
Clean IIoa.1. is noUL-cablw and irrejis'aljle.
Sold by all Pruezists anl Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw cTery 3w
X8TABLIaED IN 18S1.
WATCHES. C fCCJi
SILVKR AND TLATED V'ARK,
yOLD PKNS SPOT ACL K.S.
VIOLIN STRINGS ANI
Wetchoa. Clocks and Jewelry repaired neatly
nd with dirpntch.
,Kaaioved to opposite Platte Valley Housd
Mian Strct. nov. liwt
S-nt bv mail for 10 c's- K. B. Foote.
M. D. "
12kt Icxinstnn Ave., Xn York Citr. .
The Undersigned has on hand and ia
tlla mi f act in ing
All kinds of
At his Mill at the Ferry Landing at riattsnaouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
Don't fail to p-oeure Mm. W7n'w" Soothing
'''nt Jor Chiiilrtn 'Iretkh'.y.
Thi vnnin'.ilc -preptirntir.rt hs! been ri"d
with VLVKtt f LING SUCCESS IN lllOL'
riAN' OK CA"5?:-.
It not cn!y relieves tho child from pain. Uut
MiviTir.tes the stonvtca and boards, correct'
acidity. aid si-.--s :one and i nrre-v to the whole
ysteir-. Itwi la!s i stuntly relieve
dripim i ths B cr.' nn-i Wii ?.
Vt'e believe it the bet an I i"jr-st reraly in
thp worid. m all ces ot Uysenfery ar.d L'i T
r!nei in chilJieii, whether atrisiuK from teeth
ing r anv o:ber wus
I'tpend u;ic it nutters, it will (rive rest to
li'li;fa i ITtaUh ..- Your I-if-mt.
Be?'jre and call lor
"fr, l'i'((ip Footnirrp .irMj."
,he.f c-iu'e of "OrRTIS X- P::R
KI eti tiie nir-id wrat per. m
Sold by Jr-iuRis-a thn.if;hnii t'le world. ll'
Dealer in Clothing,
A-urnisriin i;.vo.ii,. Jiat.
Cap, Ii.iots & Shot's, Tr.mU
Valne Sc far,.-? ni-. &f
One f the OMp-t atnl mnst Tiliitl,'
Hoti-ea natt-tcnutb. Main
fctrccf, bt"-ro,n 4th fr. oth.
H Zi O Q
- .: "
mjim. ' GENT . -
Hats and Cap?, Boots an-.l Shoe,
CLAFJKE7S, RUBBER 600DS, TtlUMKS, VALISES,
Main Street, Seecd Door East cf the Court Ilonse
BRANCH V.OL'i t Ero.adway,Ccuvncil Lluas Icwa.
Jalsi street, fiI:is.nnilh, 5brasku
n r rir rn nrtno - v
G. A. MILLK11& CO'S,
r i i. j j a.
nb (Dlljcr Jfirst-duss
Wholesifle and Retail Dealer in Slrinc?. Shcit
rMUSiCAL IN?TRUMENT3 Tuned
M IS S O Uli
Mo. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVEfiWGRTS., KASA'-
ALL POL LG I S3 KON-FOIfFEITiNG
Secarin the Qreatost Pscaniary Aivtritaa to the Policy Solder-
REASONS Fm -INSURHiG SN THIS COwPAY : :
l.f. This is a Wc?t"rn CompanT. mansd hy ,.Vc-'if'rn raci. whn? known finne":! charac.
ter, ability nnd p "iii-'ii, -ifToid .tut ! u.ir.i .;y nr ils cartfui and Kuooessiul :n jnajreiuent.
' l. lis P..;i.ios are all I 'r rt !
3d. Pr-jmiiMii all . i -11. It re.-eives n- t-o-e." wndii n':,c. t'oacy lulders have no in
iere.t !i p-i!. d n-i ou-tMi Uns noli-s lier.3 up.-ii t!:-ir p'iSioies.
i'.h it has no re tri.-ti'iri upon travel,
vh. It liviilciris are made fip'-n the contrihistion p'an.
6ih. Itj k'usiuess is exe usively life iasaiai.c-e.
Are the accumulation of interest upon t-rew turns raid. heiee the Company that loans its ascts
at th- liial:t rate ot. interest can five yu tiie 1 irc.-'t .in i-icnii.-". Ca-tcrn tv-iapauies invest their
cio'teys a: ri per cent. .-while this uiukes in inv.'s-tnietits at twelve per cent, "r more.
The advantage of '.Vctfrn iuvestintnt to the poiicy holder aDiioar-i in ttie tiliwtn;r Ftartiiny
tignros: The amount of l.l'-0U, invt-.tc i for Iti'ty y ::rs ,-.t
ncr cent, eoiapouud iri'crcst, i? $ H.4j1.1-
S' " ... J;,.',l..;t
10 " " " " ' ii;.-i.a
yj " " " :;l3.ii':S.i0
olichoidcr than any othorn incial advantages aad iaiucuouts tolth?
K D Mackav. President. G -or- A Muro,
I M Swan. iffe Pre-i-Iont. -I Ji-nes. A.o't
Dr. J L sV'ever. .Mod D'to:. U L Sev-.uaa. r. -
D ch're. Leavenworth. Kan. II D Me -.kny, Leave ivrorth K n.
.J F Richar i?, ' " D t .wan. " "
HUlimond ' ; V J Co:fin. .
It iCliitrt " ieo ,1 Moore,
T:.-0.r:v-. " " D iV Powers. "
S M Strickler. Jui tiito City ' L Davis, Louis, .no
Chas Kobiiisiu.La rance, J Merrttt, "
W.UaUlcy. " K tla.-titi.
M K .Morgan tl
Gen. 4cent for X'ebraRka ass! .rlicru iiaogai
Gsod Traveling Solictors Wantsa.
R. VT. MARSHALL,' Assent.
J. II LIVIKG8T0N. Med Tramine
I ivi 4 txi .
Insurnnrc (Bompnni) of ;lc.w
Contincirhl gailbinj. Xtcs 2-1, 26 281tr,s5;ra t. B 2
JHSTUi' ; LAWRENCE. President. J. P. UOGEItS, Scert-tary.
tea f em
Nnai'oer Policies i.-ne l to Jin. 1. 1372
Xa:i:l- r P iii-i.:s i-su"d and revived in
AS.-LTTS. Jan. 1.187
T'i!" Company i Pn'e'y Motn il ir P oeeration.. divbiinnits entire nrptns atnosur it Poli
cy .,.l2or niiiniiillv. on t!ie o-ri-ti n I'l.n.." -n t ha :i l.r?-r ioiii .ot- and n L.tver ratio of
etoense to iii-o-ne. th .n have ever ievu attntnetl by any other Oatpany at a CttrreypondiPff
icrio i in jts Li.-tory . ... , , - u , .,
I -i t t il urn alS tiont to Iiehare a I It iV.: !. n da t ut ro-i ivirinae. pay baci ail
iu K-.ck capt- a!, and leave a a balanc? mure th .it :iILLIO of earned surplus.
Tills SrOmpanyAsucd IVlorc PoIci( j
'a OlSiey 'vCro'mpariy In iliis Worl .
S. A. TAYLOR & CO..
c. i. 1 J. f
i'lalte Valley House, in Schkiter's Jewelry Store-i
B U It 'O S T
A N D HOST O N.
" . 0P.GAH3.
liauos anb Organs.
Music :nd.all k.nJi of Munical Mcrtrh.aadi?
and Rcpairtd Satisfaction Guro!etd."sX
PA L LEY
di - aror
H A Otlkln. 'Jeneral Aieat,
V" ilarv.-.y. Con. r ctuarr,
T A Hard. Attorney.
II L f 'Tarn
Vr K t:'ae-nt on:iin.
E H AlP-n. .
C X Vrrv. A eston. Mo,
( W Veil. fop?kH. Kapiaa."'
J M Pri.-e Atchifon, Kan.
vV Ktthbir.8, "
-a jus i t
li. 1 .....
FIRST KATICNAL HANK,
. . . i , - ' ;
OS rLATTSMOl'TH. XSlUtASKA.
' srcKssoR to
Tootle, Kanna & Clark.
John R. Clkk,
C. H. Pa rv FT.R,
T. W. EVANS,
Tbi T2ank is now opeu fir buine! f t tieit
new room, comer Main and Sixth streets, avt
rre prci area to transact a rental
Unit'-d St.ite uin
snd Citio3 of bur
O R t :
mm Tm o
Europe can pur
clie, rai l
Had Taste J
tions of tin
Livpr and 1:.
tllicacy in cl j
litcraliv ilns up ai
time by tiie uhc ot
eases will convince the most?
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find its Im
purities burstin? through tho skin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores ; cleanse it when you End it obstructed
and filces'sli fa the veins : clcanso ft when it is foul.
And your f?elin;s riil tell you when. Keep tho Iilocd
sure, and thl health cf the system will follow.
Pin, Tape, nnd oilier Worms, 1-irkine; fn Jlio
irstera of so rannj- thousands, aro effectually destroyed
nrt removed. tays a dr.tinui.-he'l rhysioloiHst.
there is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
et.rth whose body is ex-mpt from the presence ot
wonns. it IS not upon the lieali ny elements or the
boiiy that worm, exist, but n:on tiie diseased humors
and siiiny deposits that brood these living monsters of
disease. No System of Medicine, no vermifuses. no
anthelmintics will free the system from werms like
J. WALKEK, Proprietor. It. n. McPON'ALD A- CO.
Dnjssists and Gen. Agents. Ssn Francisco. California,
fira an-l Jl Commerce etrect, ew xonw
S-BOLD liY Al.L DBLUGI8T3 AND DXALKBS.
Hook Top tiie IfliiHcu !
MAaiAGE!' A pTtvata connpebr to the
CiUIOt. iilarrio-l or tpo.ieaboit to m.-ir
! rv on the nhvsioloricxl mv.tcr
ioa and revelation of the s.xual " Fjsteni. the
latent dic?ovenes ia pro.tacinitana irevcnttiij
oS'spriTiif. hotv to prt crvcthe cotnplt-xion Ac,
Tlii is an interestinir work of two hundred
and twet.ty-fourpfigc!", with numerous engrav
ings, and contaius valuable inloruiatinn for
those who are married, or contemplate mar
riage. Still, it i a book that oupfrt to be kept
nnderlock and key: and not laid carelessly
about the nou?e.
Sent to any one (free ofpostage) for r'0 cent..
Address Dr. Dutt.' Dinpcnsary, Zio. 12 K
Eighth street, St. Loais, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted ami Unfortunate.
Before pi4yin? to the notorious quacks who
ad erti-e in public paper?, or UiinT any quack
remedies, peruke Dr. Putts' work no matter
what your defease is or how deplorable your
Dr. I!a'tcn le conrnltt-d. o rsnmlly or fy
nia-l. i-n the di?ene mentioned in his works.
Otiire, So.l'ZS. ICik'htii street, botvfren Market
an iChesnut St. Louis. Mo. dtc2diwlv
m$. a. d. vmncomu
Dress ami Cloak Makei. .
1 Rooms thrr-e do.or3 it est of Brooks House.
inaJe a rfcialty.
6S- Patterns of all kind constntly on aod
jdlK MOST SUCCESSFUL. BOYc' AND
1 girls' Monthly MRazino. Uehoiiest's
Young America. Lrilliaat with instructive
an 1 interestirifr Stories. Poems. Puzzles, Trav
el. Game.. K iitori.Va. Correypon lence, etc.,
etc., etc.. fully illustrated in all its depart-ini-Et,
is an ever welcome puo.-t to the family
table of instruction and aiuu.-cuicnt. Sitiei
copies. 50 ct.. post free. lenri Si, or with a
crc ice of the following beautiful ai.d valuable
PiAiiuma to each subscriber, for oO cents extra ;
aohoue lrom five One Parlor Chrcrao worth
.V cavh. or two intrrc?ti:isr Juvenile liooks
hound in cloth and irilt. worth S1.70. po?t lrco:
!, a Gne rearl-haudled two-bUdo Pocket
I Knife and a pallet of beit Piint. po -t free ; or
a vcrp powerful urnas-raountea. uouole cyli n
der i-ory-tipped n'!jutable Microscopy, worth
2, postage 0 ct. : or a tercoecope with a
Va . e -an. vrr-.
It il if
cries of view, poaze 5 ct.; or an -lcfrant
Photocr.iph Album for hoMinsf 50 picture,
fsptdage 1G ci-.; asd valuable prerbium? for
' TV. JENNINGS DEMORET.
t8j Broadway. New VSrk.'
il Deilcr in
.-than any Chron-
v- trt at Simple
as to bung
ii'.-e. win' iiur-
li.- bin pi t. ourr
tier u lio tail
H(ii'. pen- rj
.iu. r;o:n for j.a ct. iw pnfrei
i-i ins. douh.'.'ut or inqni-1" v
ad a H.ul Sislt-poliut'of i'reven
I-yi-ry ynitit; tuan nnd no
,. i rf:t t it y - ;i nariii'i '1 he nor
u-iei ii i t:a iv i ji pot enten
hole ale A Kti! Dciler in
iw.ire antl Cutlery, Sfovp?,
? TTIiV tr. V. PflPE
STEEL NAiLS AND
BlaVi-Hfltth Tools, As.
Keen on hand a Large Stock of
'KS r1 TEXT,
p.GO. EMI Oli Li,
O Y.I L- COOK
j?tber First-Class Cooking
J Coat or Vood kert on hand.
. . 3 WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Attracts of TjtSc
THE Nfi.VJKKHJAL SYSTEM. The bc.t
J use. For descriptive circulHis, a I'JrcFs,
ACKEc. DLACKMAPk fc CO
J. U. CL-RK.
Save mency Ly psylng Cash for your
CLARK & PLUlUMEiTS.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
Also a full stock of
GROCERIES. BOOTS and SHOES.
HATS and CAPS.
We Lay largely for cash anJ eeli
Iieui foi- the money.
l.store opjiOfita the Brooks Honc),
THE MASTER SPIRIT.S OK TIIE 1VORLD
TIIE TRT.-URE HOUSE OK AMERICA.
Tliptircat Hook of Ihp lar.
As?"nt? rer-ort :,.l'?s of 2" to lO.lcori'!' in a few
hours or days. Pkosi-ecti-s Erkc. Address
.7. IP. G OOD SPEED,
New York, Cbicao, Cincinnati, St. Louis
New Organs. 2Swl0t
r r u ss'
fe have just iaed Sirauss' Waltzes in Two
Volumes, price 1 ca h in boards, S? ea-.-h in
loth. The two volumes contain over Forty
Lcautilul Waltzes, worth atlcaFt$35 in sh-et
form. In F A V fl R I T F ordering
iiotn cia- - w... e r dealers
be particular to ask for Peters' Epit;os op
Staauss' Waltzes, us it is the only correct and
complete edition. Ad- T I 'PrC
drcrK. J. L PETERS fVLli T-O
Mnsic Publisher. CSy Broadway, i Y.
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Do Good and Make -Mono
Address with stamp.
Box T1 Kew Vcik City. -
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HALL ADAY'S PATEfiT
DOUBLE AND SIXrtLH ACTING FORCE
AND FARM PUMPS.
FEED ILLS, ETC.,
The Halladny has flood the trt Pir six
teen year.', b'lta in the United Sutes and Ku
rope and is the only one
Generally adopted by all Principal Rail
roads and Farmers-.
Ctf-gecd for catalogue and price Iist,?
A. L. STRANG.
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
imHI-Lt PAPER I I
r .72 S. ... .-l-;.tJ riiSJ3,-a.i-si'-
kfJt.-'-T-'- -J .y, .
Air Paper rrimrned free ef
Prescriptions carefully coutponnded by aaex
lieinetiii.er the place, thrcdoors we?t ef the
Herald office: Piattsmouth. yeL-raska.
W a Jti ..
f ill be found r.f his el i st.in ! on Jl.vn St.
Il where be will !c I !c jeii to lae LU for-
mi customers and lrii.oad.
11 e has a Inrtra end icood nFsur'iBt of farm
A A niachiaury fucu as the
rrhe Marsh harvester, a reapr thnt tiro raa
1 c:m -nt and bind Ij acres Per day ii.
one man to drive, and the binders can work, iu
A filburn pnd Studmbaker Vaeons. r"uein.
It! pion Kcaprr.t Mowc Mai"-illon TLr.-e-h-er.
anl ISut'a'o Pit thr.isher, and Kx hllr"
Kcaper and .Jotvcr at,
F. J. MUTTEKa,
Main Street. PIattnnr.th. Neb.
L. S. Blair, Traveiins Aest.
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
Or ALL BMCBI7TIO KD AT ALL PIICAS.
f.lctaiic CLTial Cases.
03? ALL. SIZES.
Ready Made, and Sold Chean ?oT Cash. I
With many thanks for past patronage, Ii n
Ate all to call and examine my large ttock o
niture and Coffins jan28t
CITY Mb AT MARKET,
glif sairci(lt - '?llnlr's
The best f Frosh Meats always on hand it
ITighest Price Paid for Fat Cattle
ft-Highcst Cash Price pnid for treen Iliacs.
NEW LUMBER YARD!
And would" invite all these wishing to
purchat? to give me a call.
ars- T will nUtsi .al in 11 kindnof GRAIN.
for whieh 1 will pay the higTest Market price.
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" f ' Hjl - ' " .. f
To the E.Kst North nl Sou flic..?.
-H.Afi -V , ..,
V......H t ."All
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- ; r.ri '
J cave Plattsaionth
Arrive Ba lintrtoa
3 l')p. in.
T.'O a- til.
11.15 a- rn.
S.15 p. ro.
5 .v; a. tu.
1 ).5C p. iu.
7.00 m. ei
" Cincinnati '
" Lotan.'p't T.PAW
" Colotnba "
9.00 a. ! 12 50 a.m.
6:15 p. tu.
11.00 p. m.
.fFi p. Wl.
Z.iT a. w.
2.1 . a.
..X a. m.
.Throuith Cars from vi.onii Rivrlo '. hi
cnn. Inni,iunp.is, Cincinnati, l,n;. illicit and
Ci'iinoctiiiiiR at tKo poinm with linen Ivud
inir to the Uiint. North and Smith.
This iii the lient, ShurUit, (Juirktnt nnd Cl e-ifi'
Do not be deceived, but ohtnin Ti-ket U
the Barlir.irton and Mi.-touii Hirer I:, iirna-l.
A. K. ToUAHN. C K. Pi 1IKIVS.
Gen'l J icket Ajfent. UciI hup'l
F U R jprrTlTR rr
And dealer in all kiridn cf
AI BTRCiT, I'll.Jrddcier it of ? P
px.'riTir yr.i ur.
I u.M'i;.' i.ttemle 1 un
For Your Grofri G To
Consr Tbird tnd Main Streew, FU.UrB!rik.
JTS'IJs keeps on hand a tWi eo3
wt-U seltcted Stock of
e, Xsi. &
A ln a itosd aiwcrtmetit ot JPvet A Satve.V"U
In Counccttoa with the (j.-ocer n
Bakery & ConfeUioKry I
All kir.d3 tf Country Produce boocht ar.d
'J'akenoticeof the sign "EMPIRE BAKTaY
AND O 1. t t j I. i . ajiei.tt
G. Jr. M E R JSC.
Kfl! Street, Foar Dor Fal cf Cocrt
Of the latest Improvement. warnctcJ,
bl.J sol J at u itmall profit above ooit.
Doing ray own work la
Tin and Sheet Iron
-oniDineii. with lonit eiperiee naraati
fatislaction anJ l"rice to fait
1 will furnish parties with stone for
all l.uil lini; purpiif's at a rcafntble i-rice, ;
my cjuarries r delivered on the ears at Lovii-
viile station. The foilowinK kind of rtono cua
be bad on hhort notice; tills. ca;s, perch rock
inn fir rrnl B".n Tr-ri tn iK m wfla itcrt Kw t
Ii. ii M. R, R. in the contru'.-tion of their iton
work. All rcT.onfibl order, nromtitlv filled
Lou'unrille. Station Nb
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEKD, SALE AND
I am prepared to accommodate the public with
Horsed, CarriHgc. Lugffies and a No. 1 UeAi
fn short notice and raoniiblo terms. A Hack
willran to the ateunbotsiJapcUas. fcad juwt
of the oity ybw dere4 '
iSS&iT UliTl d VV'.
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