Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1873)
The first Rnsian newspaper was pub
lished ovar one hundred ana sixty years
a to. under tha sp a'al patronage of Pater
i he Great, one of its principal contri
butor. "Why i. it,'! aaked a Frenchman of a
Switrer, "that you Swi always fight for
money, while the French only fight for
honor ?" I Mippose," an?wered the
that each fight for what ' be
The sharpest, so far this month, in the
Troy fill, w ho makes her unsuspecting
father the bearer of f-weet missive" to a
clfik in bis Cice who has been forbidden
to vis-it his employer' house. iha pins
ihe letter in the Id mail's cloak, and
when be reaches the ofice and throw
tift'the reruicnt, clei k gets it and responds
by Uc same carrier. "
The eabj ct of impression at first sight
vras being talked over at he tea-table,
when the lady whose duty it was to pre-
ride, said, ehe al way ibruitrd aiidea of
n pvron at urtl . eight, and generally
found it to be correct." "Mauima," raid
her youngest ton, in a shrill voice, that
attracted the attention of all present
"Weil, my dear, what is it?" replitd the
good mother. 'M want to know what was
your opinion when you fir9t saw mo ?"
The question gave a sudden turn to the
Eosiin's View cf Writing.
Mr. Rcskin now writes: "I was
obliged to write too young, when I knew
only half truth, and was eager .to et
them f.rtb by what I thought fine words.
J'eo'tlo u.cd to call me a good writer
thcu ; now they ay I can't write at all ;
hscaue, for instance, if I think any
body's house is on fire. I only tay, 'Sir,
vour hou-e id on fire ; ' wherea lorrue
iv I Use! to say. 'S r. the abode where
you probably passed the delightful days
ot youth is in a state ot luttmnuiution,
and everybody u-ied to like the elfoct of
the two p 3 in probably passed, ana o!
(be two d'6 iu 'delightful days."'
Why i a wife like a bad bill ? Because
the id difficult to get changed. -
Why is an umbrella in wet weather like
a worn out horse ? Because it's used up.
"l'apa, didn't you whip me once for
tjtuiir xorciny 7
"Yes, my child ; and you hurt him
"Well, then Papa, you ought to whin
Mater's uiuic teacher, too ; he bit sister
yvstcrday afternoon riiiht on the mouth,
and I know it hurt her, because she put
her anal around t.is nsck and tried to
Haw to Salasi riear.
1. IiOo'w its color, if it is white,
with a tligh'.iy yeIioi-h or t:ra coWed
tint, si i fijoJ kinn. It it is very white
vi'k a biui-ii cant, or with Llack s,)t cks
in it. the fl-jur is not good. 2. I'xuuiine
its ad!.tkent w-1 and knead a little
nf it between the finders if it works dry
and sticky, it i poor. F.our made ironi
i pring wheat 13 likely to be f-ticky. 3.
1'fcrovr a lump of dry flour agant a dry,
i v)l!i, perpendicular surface ; if it ad
heres in a lump, tb.3 Hour has li e in it ;
it it tails like powder, it is had. 4. iNpiecz.
eom; t.f the flour in your band ; if it
ictiirn the shape itivea by the pressure,
that, toj, is a good sign; Fijur that wilt
Hand all thee teat?, it is safe to bay.
These motifs were given by old flour
dealers, and we nnke no apo'ogy for
printing them, as they pertain to a mat
ter that onocrns everybody, namely, the
qmiitj of that which is "the staff of
The rapid destruction of oor pin for
ests, and cn-rjuent rise of lumber,
compels the f-ir'uer to look elsewhere
for shelter lor bis stock. In a lew year
pioa will le' $50 x-er thousand tor ciu
luon boards. While in Michigan la-t
summer I found that the bet timber
iui'lj h:d risen iu value fioui $10 to $50
in only three years. "r-
lligh priies will soon preclude the
posihi!iiy of feccpg or barn building
rxcet t in extreme cases, liy the most
tareful cstlmite which cau be made;
seventeen jears, according to the present
rate of waste, measures the duration of
.ur noble J in fares s which have been
azei in proving. A'ready, btyend the
jissuuri, Ua'd f. uces nre a iuxury in
vrh'ch or.Iy the vreal:hy can indulge.
j'ut bdges are Letter; they do not
rot rr blow awny; end some of the
rtfck rai.-rs of Illinois and Iowa have
already solved the "burn" fjuestionby
t bming groves of evergreen--, and they
find them extremely sat sfactory. '1 he
belter is Fufiicicnt, and thie is no
trouble in ffail rg or tying, and tho barn
grows better and b-tter every year.
J.ct vt look at the cott.
An acre of iitcmvA will afford shelter
for a large drove of cattle. Let it be
belted with four or five rows of tree?,
and you be astonished at the pro
tection afforded. Io into the beautiful
grove of Saniuel Edwards, of LaMoille,
on a bitter winter's day, and it will teem
us though you . had entered a "new at-ujo-phfre,
cattle will te comfortable
thus defended in any weather, and tur
keys and chickens creep up under those j
overhacgir.il -branches to- their co.v ,
roo.ls, without danyer of freezing. If" j
one studies the grt atest economy, he can
pet a thousand trees, twelve to fifteen
inches hib, for $10, and by giriny
these careful cultivation for a few j-ears,
he will have all the shr-lter he could ak
for. Thi number of rreea will enclose
his acre of land with four or five row.
If a man wishes trees 'fa Lruer ize,
two or three times transplanted, which
will give him a speedier shelter, ha can
gt them by the quantity for one half
the uul retai! prke, wlnoh is twenty-
eata fvt , that is, one liiniird
trees, two feet high, can be bounht for
The Norway Spruce is by far try? host:
it g rapidly afti-r it is fair'y M&rted
it is ua ni);c.t;tuon thinr to set tneiii
fory et l.igh z?tr they have sn
trtn'y jeir3 planted, and tbey throw
out trer iiuil near the ground, and
eo interlock their branches that tnow
cannot blw thruuh them. Then, h-
they grow old, thi-ir brar,;he, leaded
with a wealth of fo'tj. Jroon down
flT5l overlap each rther so that the rain
acd snow can Isaidly find theix way
Wkruto is Kite let hiui begin note, and
in a dozn years hi enn l ave a grove
which will be worth fitty timeo its pres
ent cost, ber.4ibJiXz s beautiful adorn
mnt to prairie home.
I'eople hay 'wa are afraid of ever
srnsftns, so many cfxhem iie." The
Bjiietio fir, k liatiro of wet foils, does
die in time of drouth, lut it is seldom
ycu see a dt d arwavSiMUeseHDecT
when clotty iJ.nteJ in hflrs nr trmrt9
I bare, wirtia a few months, edited
plantaUotis where I have seen thousand
of them, and I have nt sen one among
them all which has yielded to our three
years of dxouth-
C 8. Hasis.
. S. T. 1860-X.
This wonderful vegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial tor th
aged and languid it has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women ars es
pecially subject, it is superseding every
other stimulant. In all climates, tropi
ca!, temperate or frigid, it acts as a
specific io every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal spirits.
Dec. 23. dJtw lyr.
HA CAN'S MAGNOOIA BALM gives to the Cerr..
plexion the Freshness of Youth.
Oaoax's kaosolia Balm overcomes the
flatbed appearance eaused by heat, fatigue and
excitement.' It make the lady of forty appear
bat twenty, and so natural and perfect that no
person can detect its application Uy Its use
the rout beet rkin is made ti rival the pare
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It rcnoves
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
notLing that will Injure the tkin the least. '
Maosolia Balm is used by all fashionable
ladies in New York. London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per Bottle, and is sold by all
"Druggist aa J Perfumers.'
2fi. diwlyr 31
FOR M!J AD IIUAST.
Probably few articles have ever had so
extensive a Sale, while none have been
more universally beneficial that, the oele
brated MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. Children, Adult, Horses, and
Domestic Animals, are always liable to
accident, and it is safe to say, that no
Ifamily can pass a single season without
some kind of an emolient being neces
sary. It becomes a matter of impor
tance then to secure the best.
Orer three hundre 1 livery stables in the city
of NewTork alone are using; the Mexican Mm-
tana Liniment in all of which it gives uatuua
CACTIOW. The genuine is wrapped in a
nne.SW -Pint enRryin; with "O. W. Writ
hrn;t. Chtmitt." and " Tr,t t. Mtrk. MVXfAAl
MUSTAAU iAVJt'.VT." engrared across
the fnce of each wrapper.- The wnole bears the
proprietors private Ln ted Mates Kevenue
ttaiup. and not a common stamp as used by
Ltox MAKcrAcrrRio Co.,
53 Tark Place. N. Y.
Jan. 9th. dl w Iw every 3riw
Far Preierviflg snd Beautifying the Human Hair
Te Prevent its Fatting Out and Turninj Cray.
A well-preserved lleai of Hair, in a person of
middle ace, at once bepenks refinement, ele
aancc, health and beauty. It may truly be
called Woman's Crowning Glory, while men
are not in?enaible to its advantages and charms.
Few thing? are more digas in? than thin,
frizzly, harsh, untamed Hair, with head and
coat cVer3d with Dandruff. Visit a barber
and you feel and look like a new man. This is
what LYON'S KTIIAIRON will do all the
time. The charm which lies in well placed
Ha'r. Qlossy Curls. Luxuriant Treves, and a
Clean Head, is no'iceablo and irresistible.
Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw every 3w '
HAPPY Relief for Young Men. from the
effects of Errors and Abuse in early life. Man
aood restored. Impediments to Marriage re
movl. New metho,of treatment.- Kw an
remarkable remedies. Books and Circul
sent f.-er, in sealed envelopes.
Ad-'. IIOWAKH ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth .Stree. I'hiladelphin, !, nn In
stitu sun bavicg a btrh renulation for hoaora
bie conduct and iirotesrional skill.
3w Aui . . .
Sent by mail for 10 c8- E. B. Foote,
120 Islington Are, New York City.
The Undersigned ha on hand and is
All kinds of
At hi Mills at the Ferry Landing at PlatUmoutb
Orders Promptly Filled.!
Willi iu EoonaTon.
Don't nil to p'nrurt Mr Witutlete'm Soothing
ray for Ch Ud mm '1 reth -ng.
This valuable preparation hns been used
with SEVEn. KAILISUSCOCE-IN JUOU
oA N'Ds UK CASKS.
It relieve th otiM from pain, kut
!aT"jTtP the st-imch nd bw4. eorvKet
aoidity. and gi vi s tote anl energy to the whole
yter. ltwilaUoi stantly relieve
Uripina i thg it arrli anil ir.( (hlcr.
We believe it the b-it an I ""un-st rem-ily in
th worid in all eaes ot' tyerterv and Din r
raiei in ehil lre . whether airisiug from teeth
ing r anv o:uer eaurfe
Depeud upon it mothers, it will give rest to
t-'elief and Ufa th to Your .iAint.
Be sure and call tor
X.-n for women to do.
r Io Go anl Mtki Ma
- B 7M New ko.-k City.
S, BLOOM & CO.
tSiiF RN,SHK6 GOODS V-',Vt4
HOYS AJVD CfllLUlEJVS JLOTlUJys
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E 'C
Main Street. 8ecoad Door East f the Court House-' - - - Plattsmenth. Nelrask
BRANCH UOCt E Broad way. Coutricil tluffs Iowa.
-Opposite the IMatte Valley House, in Schlater's Jewelry Store.4
Main Street, -Plattsmouth, Xebraslca
O.K. MILLEII& COS
nb 0ltx J'irst-tlass
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Strings. Eheet
r CaTrVlUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Tunmd
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
ALL POLICIES KOK-FORFEITIKG
Iivideu(l on the Coutributiou JElmi,
Securing tbe Greatet Pecaniary Advantags to the Pslic7 Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COftl? NY :
lt- ThM is a Wesfrn CompinT. manned by Wefitfrn men. wh kniwo finneual charac.
ter, ability and p:iiiK. sfford Hint lBUaranty lor il cartful and sujcesstul management.
2d. lis f.ilioies are all ""-rrlViiir , , , -
31. HrKruiauis all C II. It receive no r.o e an 1 gives none. Tolicy holders have no tn
ierest o pap. a 1 no outtan-Hnr notes us liens upon their policies.
4th. it ha wo re iriotinn upon trave'.
6(h. Its dividends are made up n the contribution p. an.
6lh. Iu. buninesd is exo usivtly life iasuraace.
Are the accumulation of interest upon premiums raid, hence the Company that loans its asset
at the Uigbeft rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Kastern companies invest then
moneys at ti percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per cent, or more.
The advantage ot Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following startling
figures: The amount of 1.0U0. invested for btty years at
i per cent, compound interest, is f 1S,4Jj.19
a " ... 4.j.yol.6l
10 " " " 117..J6.I.KS
12 " " " " hih.!.!"
olioholler than any othernansial alvantiges aa Ha lateoseats tothc
!I P Mackav, President.
V M Swan. ice re-"i lent.
Dr. J L Vever. Mai. t)'to:.
Oe-irgi A M-iore. Secretary.
J Joaei. Ass't ieoretary.
II L .'e raw. I're narer
D Sh're, Leavenworth. Kan. II D Meckay. Leavja wrth K a.
JFKiohar ls. - ' U M Swan.
II H Hammond " W G C.Im.
11 Edort Geo A Moore.
T ar.ev. " " U W IVweu
S M Sirickler. Juoction City Geo L Liavu, atLouis. Mo
Chas Kbinsou, Lawrauce. J Merutr.
M R Morgan
Grn, ieent for IVebrMaka autl Xrll?ru liaiifla
Good Travaling S3!ia.tor3 Wantad.
R. W. MARSHALL, Agent. I , 1 T TSW Off?''
J. R LIVINGSTON. Med Fxamme ( ' ''
CONTINENT At " ttVU
rl . -
Conlincnlal Duilbing. Uos 24,
JUSTUi LAWRESCE. President.
Ifutcber Policies issued to Jan. 1. 1S72
Number Piiiioied NueJ and revived in
AbsKITS. Jan. 1. U'l
This Company is Purely Mutual ir it o"crnti -
inlriern. anntiallv. on the ontrihution Plan."
ense to income. thn have ever been attained
io t m its history. .
Its total Ae are saS "ient to V rge VI li
tock capi al, and leave as a oalanca more 'A m
fiiis Company Issu
IS. A. TAYLOR & CO.,
- iuiiwn dcncral Agents, for eliraskn
huos anb rgans.
Music acd all k nds ef Musical Merehmdis
and Refaird Satisfaction Gumrnn'r-d.-H
II Clkins. 'Jooral Ageat,
Vf K Harvey. Can. f ctuar t. .
T A ilarl. Attorney.
HLVvaia h ra vorth..
W Y. Che uberlain.
I A Hura.
K B Allen.
C A "erry. Weston. Mo.
G XV Veal l'opeka, Kansas.'
J M Price Atcaison, Kan.
V Rritebbins, "
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OJ PLATTSMOUTH NEBRASKA.
auccasaoa io .
Tootle, Hanna & Clark.
John FiTioKRAt n.
John R. Clab,
C. II. PMVL. m
T. W. Etas,
Th' Tlank is now onen for bujnes at t eii
Main a-d Sixth streets, and
are prepared to transact a general
Bonght and f
Drafts drawn, available in any part of the
United States and in all the principal town'
snd Cities of Europe. . , ,
OR THE CELEBRATED
O F STEAMER S.
Persons wishing to bring out their friends from
Europe can purchase tickets from us threugh
to Plattsmoutb. aplSwtf .
Gb. Atuu, Ma i'raacfaco, Cl., umI M Cmmio aw, ;1
MILLIONS Kenr Ttm'uionr to tbelf
Wauilerrul C'nratie't, EtTcctM.
They are not a vile Fancy Drink. Marie of Peer
Ram, Whiskey, Proof tSpirlta sud Itprnaa
I.lenore cluctorctl, sitctl nntl iivectettri to ticae tha
tat.ciUlcil "Tonics," ".pet;et." "Uetrer.4;c..
thatleail tlie tippler on to druukcuneMinim ruin. but are
aortic Medioiiiciuaile fmui t!t Mitivc Itr.ts and Herb
of California, free from nil Alcoholic Sliinn
Innts. TlievnretheliKEAT lll.MH ITItl.
FIEItmul A I. IKK 4ilVINJ I'K I Nfl I" I.E.
perfect Henovntor ami liivirontor of the Syrtein.
tarrying off all poimxtouft matter anil restoring thet.lixxi
to a healthy condition. No rtrwn can tuke these Bit
ters according to diivctioii and remain long niiwell,
proviilwl their jonc are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other n:ean. n:id the vital organs wafted
beyond tlio point of repair.
They are a tJcutle 1'urtatlve n will ns a
Tonle. pose'tt'iiip, ulso. the x.i-uliar merit of acting
ss a owciful pfitt in relieving CotifrrNtton or Ififlrun
matiorv.r (Iw l.ivr-r. nid all llieViwernl fn;aiirt.
FOtt FEMALE (Oil 1'I.AINT i Tr.
old, tuaiTioil omiiiKlc, nt the dawn of womanhood or at
the turn of life. Uickc Tonic Cittern have no eiiu.
For Inrinmmatory nnd Chronic Khrnmat'
limn nnd Janf. DyapepMin or Indigent ion,
llilionn. It eiiiittent nnd Inlermillent Ke
tcrs, IliHrnars of llic Klood, Liver, liid
ttr nnd Klndder. these Ulllrrn have liem most
si.rcesKfiil. hurh IJixenncM are cnunetl by Vilinled
Itloorf, which i.i generally proiluoi'd by (terangement
t tlie IHgrative Orsnm.
IIYSIMCPIA Oil I IIHJESTIrtX, Ild
lche. l'sin in the Shoulders. UoiikIis, TigbtneH of the
Chest. Dizzineu. hour Eructation of the Stomach.
Had Taste In the Mouth, llilious Attack. I'alpnatlon ci
the Heart. Inflammation of the l.uui.. Pain In the re
gion! of the 1Wi!iict. and a hundred other painful symp
tom. ar tho ofipriiig ef lypepia.
Ther invlsorate the Stomach and stimulate the torrd
Liver and Bowel, which renacr them of unequaiiad
tfneary In cleansing tlie blood of all imparities, and im
fartins; new lifo an J vi;or to the who!,: system.
FOIt SKIN DISEASES, eruptions. Tetter. Ssit
Rhenm, Clutches, Spots. Pimples. 1'UMtules, Boils, Csr-
Eiele. Kins-Worm. Scald Head. Sore Kye . Eryidpe
Ilch.Scurt. lii-rolonilioiiH t.f the Mi in. liiimorxand
esses of the fkln. cf wl,a:evr name or linlurr. ate
rallv dus; up and rsrrieil out of the sytrm in a shcrt
time by the use ol these Bitters. Une bottle in such
eases will convince the most Incredulous oftueir cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Dlood whcrevr yon finJ it Im
parities hursting rhroushthe skin in Pimples, Erap
tiona or Sores; cleans? it when o;i End it obstructed
andsldscish In tha veins : clccao it when it is foul,
and your fcrlinss wiil tell you when. Keep the Mood
sure, and the h al'.li of tho artcm will follow.
Pin, Tape, nnd oilier Worms, lirkln In tha
lystera of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. esvs a dltin!ruihed Dhylolos;tsf,
there is scarcelr sn individual ioon the face of tlie
earth whose body is rx-mpt lrm the pr snc of
worms It Is not upon the lieaitnv l'-m,'nt ni ins
bods that worm. exiAt. lint unnn th rilseaS'Ml humors
and slimy deposits tlist breed fhese li vine monsters of
disease. o SysVm or Medicine, no vermirure. no
anthelmintics will free the system from wvims like
J. WALKER. Proprietor. R. n. McDON'At.P CO,
Drugs-ists and (ten. A cents.' San Francisrn. California.
and Si and 34 (Jommerce Street. INew York.
taToOU) AY ALL VBLUGISTS AUXt DEALKK3.
St?2ti.G TRADE. 1873-
DUO WNVILLE. NEB.
FURNAS, SONS & FERRAND.
Furna anl Son, Brownville, Nebraska,
an I E. Ferrdii 1. Petroit. Michigan,
hive. conliilateil their xtocka
aii'l will lireiiftei- conduct
WuHnt; at Hrowtivil'e,
Nub . where thoy
offer the lartreM. arpl uiot select gen
eral Nurhi ry Swok tver offered
in tlie West, consisting
in part as follow :
20 000 Choice 3 year old Apple Trees.
. . Im.nno " 2
5; HUM " 1
50.000 " I. 2. 3 and 4 year oia reir
40,0 0 2. 3 and 4 year old Cherry
I re s.
rsinyn 1 a-.il 2 ve:tr H Pea-h Trees,
20.'Wl " I'lara. Apricot an 1 Nectarine
.000.0(10 No. 1 Honey Locust Hedga Plan s,
iM(Np l I'snsre t 'range,
0D0OS) Forest Tree Necilings.
ari.OO-i Ever.T. eiP. in va idv.
100.0XI each B'acKtierri'-s. ia.xpoernes uu
itraw o Trios.
50.0in e,eh Ooosi-b-rrics an1 Currants.
21.0-0 1'erpelual a"d i.'limbing Hoses.
10)0 riowennr shrubs.
.000.000 Willow Cuttinf s.
JolrF, Karlr While, nntl
Ida. ns Extra Early Corn-
rkshire and Poland
R.Di'ley of Cass' County will act as agent
Tii Lese nurt-er;es in this section. P. O. address
Platt&moath. Cau county. Nebraska.
for . Ca IaIo. u.&a
Solid tc. Wend
5 M . CC
J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main Street, nea;l epposite tin
Wholesale and Retiil De ler in
Il'u?t nnd i1lPlicinsi,
P.iints. Oif Va iiSii.
cs ami Toilet Articles.
99" Prescript inns carefully 'ompoutde d
all hours d.y ucd night.
j dm:toic WIIITTir.R. j
j 017 St. Charles Street. j
! onger located in St 1-tmis than any Chrou-'
11 j its I'liysiciiti . o success ully tr. nt Simp e
anlCi ii. plicated V cut-real I'i-e.ise as to bring
p ttienls trom o ery rotate.- His ho8i.ini on
opriuiiities. a lif. 'i.ne e.ieri'rice. with pur
Jest drugs preimred in the estaiili; hmei t. cures
ca?e civen up uv oiner.. no inutur wno tail
ed ; tell yOi r private troubUs. ' onsultatmn
ree. fenu two s'Minp" 'or medical et'i jr.
- M ANHoon. U'ftiicHdun, se j
i:il. 15 cents aeli. both tor 25 cts. 100 pges
ll thai the curious. loubr ul or inqm i' v
wish io know all n-oit f-elf-pd!ution Hreven
ion. Marri.ii e Fvery yout-a man nnd iu-
man ought to read it as a warninr The tier
vous d bi'U.iteJ . irt tally iinDotntea t
:wiotr'slljr insert wa -"rv.u
Alrtrncts of Title.
'PITH VI'MFTtin VI. SYSTEM
1 use. Tor de-rWpf 've cj rulTS
ACRKS. liLM KM IK A CO
At fuot of Main Street.
AVhOLF.SALK AND KtT.tll. Dealibs in
HARDWARE &. CUTLERY,
All kind, of
T I N Vr A R E
Down Town Barber Shsp.
j. C. BOONE,
CN MAIN ST It 15 ET.
One door from D. II. Wheeler's" Office.
HAiM CUTTING. SHWING AN0 SHAM
POOING. Cliildrcns' Hair Cut.
Especial attention given to this Eranch of the
Call and see
AnJ you will get a Boon in a
CLE! AIM SHaVE.
T.. a mroT.rna s 11 nrnnni vho eon lent
p'ate mal:ir.g roitra-u with ne.-ns pees for tU
Bsertio.n ot Advcrti?ements should send in
ror a Circular, or ineloseii cents foi their One
hun'red Pane Pfuihl'.. con-aminn I.Mtso
SOiiO Xewt.apers an l esumaie
. r cni.;,-ir aisnm-inv nsefiil hints to as-
veriisers.andoine account of the e,.erir.ce
.i bnn s suessfal ailwrtis-
ers. This firm :i"-e proprietors ui ui
Newspaper Aarenising nevus-j.
4 parkfcowJJ. y.
and are possessed of unequilerl facilities io
.erorina- tne insertion 'i - "
Newspapers nd Periodicals at lc wen rat s.
Om.ha Marble .Works.
M. J, FEENAN,
Manufacturer and Dealt r in
ITALIAN M K I 7 ,
... s wa aa
.no.i i -
Mantle & Furniture
For specimen or woncmanship refer
to Smith' ai.'l aUery monu
ments in PlaiiMiiouth tcui-
a t a r V
The patronao of Coes County is 1
UTh. f avX jaa fc
yf.jn Vn&T. wr
A cat 4$ S- .
HALl ADAYS PATENT
DOUBLE ANT FIViJLS AfTlXG FOltCE
AND FA KM PUMPS.
FEED it ILLS, ETC.,
TEH MS LIREHAIj.
The Hilladny V ill hsst'md tliet'stfor ix
eei year-, b th in the Uyised Siatts and Ku-
rope and is the only t lie
Generally aNpt!il r y a'l Principal Hail
ronds arnl Farmer?.
Send for catalogue "nd price lixt,-
A. L. PrRAXU.
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
WAIiIst PAPER ! !
- . '-'rr iilliii ' ' l' -"
All Paper rrircined free of
Prescriptions carefully oompounded by ares
Remeinher the place, threedonrs west of the
Herald office: Plaltsroouta. Nebraska.
THE BEST IS
AT ill be found at b olj stftri'l fin Ma-ri Pt.
1? wiiftflic will be i-le scil to tee bis for
rut custun:ei'8 and iriends.
ne has large and good a"sornent of firm
lauchiuery tuch as the
T he Marsh harrster. a reaper that tw 1 -O ; -I
can cjt an'i bind tit - acres per da . .
one man to drive. anJ tho binaer- can frk ij
A T ilbnrn fir d
St!idnr.aker vl'srirs. 'Tiain
11 tinn Reaper .V "owe-
n i Unrs'n Tit tlir.sher. and KxeeNj'
P.caperand Mower JLe,
F. J. MEfTEER,
Main Street. Plattmnuth. Neb.
L. S. Blaib, Traveling Aent.
Feb. 29 wtf.
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES.
or all oascairTioga axd at all raicaa.
hlctalic Burial Cases.
woodkn ror fins
Heady Made, and Sold Cheap for Cash.
With many thanks for pin pitronage. I'm
Ate all to call aa 1 examine my large stock o
niture and Coffins jan28t
CITY MkAT MARKET,
MA IX STREET.
rialtinonUi; - Nebraska.
The best of Fresh Meats always on hand i
Highest Priae Paid for Fit Cattle
eUis-best Cash Price paid for green UiJes.
NEW LUMBER YARt!
Having nxnpd a IvmiWr YarJ at
Iuiviilf, I will keep all kind of
And wonld invite all those wishing to
na-'- v rive uiv a can.
f I wil! n't . , 'O 11
kin'snf G AIV.
e.i Mjrfett price.
for which 1 will .T the tig.
E, A'O I E S.
To tlio E-t Nrth nl PoutLr-t.
I eave Plattsuiontb 3 op. m. 6 ' 1 11
Arrive Bu lington. . -jj q a. m. 10.C0 p. o .
" wendota - 11.15 a. m. 3.1 .
" Chicago(C.D.oQ . 3.15p.tn. 7.t-0;i.vi
" Peor'a. " o.oo a. m. 12; 3
" In.l'pl-s I B.rf'.V 6:15p.w. VI- r.t.
" Cincinnati " ll. 0p. m, 4.1 ! iu.
" Logansp't T.PAW 55 p .0 .
Col ambus " 2.43 a. hi. Mu !
uThroi'frh Cnrs from !Sotttt River m
oik In.iuuapolis, Ciuciunati. Leunsi'i. t!
t onnfct:ons al ths" poin's with liuvi 1
in" the Knst North and "nth.
J'bi." i tha Hi', .VA-Wt, Quickest oitr' (. '
ft Uo' '
P no be dec"ivcd. but '-Main Tiri'
the ll-irlinir.on and aiiisouii Kiver Kaili
' r .4
A.E.TOUZALIN. C K. PtltKI
Uen'l lit Hct A gent ieii':
F U R TJ I T U R
And dealer in sll kinds -f
Furniture A d.Jri,.
MUX BTBEKT, (third door eact of V 0
Plattsmouth - -
ar'Repatrlnr and Varnishtne nestly ur-f.
Funerals attended on Ihe shnrlrl p -t:ce.
T H 1.2 13 K S T
For Your Groceries G To
" v -rr
C rncr Third and fain Street, PlHtsme.:V
SSflle keeps on hand a ihoit-X! wa
wt ll M-!ected Stock of
Jke., &i. .
3AIso a gocd assortment of Coots A Sboee.-C -
Io Connection trith the Grocery it t.
Bakery k ConfeLtionir
kinds of Counlry Produce bought -,
Toke roticeof Ihes'gn '"iJill'IRE EAKI .
AM; (- 1 i i . I 3 . iu2t;tt.
G. IV. 31 E R K,
Sircet, Four Doors
Eaat of Co-r.
HARDWflR E ,
C O O K I IV G STOVES
Of th latest Imprnvomenta, warranted,
and soli at a sua!! profit a bore cose
Doing my own work la
Tin and Sheet Iron
Combined, with l.iDR-'eiperif nee gnsran'e
satiiactiori anl i'ricel to suit
31 w 3m
1 vrill furaif.lt paurtie with Mone for
II budding purmes ni rea"Mljlo price,
mvquHrri"S r ic-nvere'i on tne cars uoau-
ville stsfiori T h r in kina or sunm enn
be had on hfrt notice; il!s. cap, p rcli melt
ine or rid san 1 stone u -h a k a use I by the
It A M- K It in the cou't. ueti-iii of thir tton
work. All responsible or 1 r. pr i-nptly filled
J. T. A. HOOVfcK.
I. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE AND
M Al N STREET,
I ana prenarni !o a.-"rrnrn'?date the pj'nl:o with
ileiscs. Carnages. i.'tirris Pti-.t a No. 1 llro
ghfn not : e Knit rert.ji?able teriuf. A Hack
wiilran i the teaicli"tt isuiipg, sod a. I Lbrtl
Ol He rit ti:zi ooiifi
Powered by Open ONI