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Mi E HERALD,
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t THTJRSDAV. OCT. 16. 1873.
!Jl MACaITJKPHY Editor.
iHfV 1 ! '."
; , COnREStUXDKNCE
oa !1 jr.tr of the State nd country rrspect-
jly solicited for the IIkkai.d.
lertcu!tur:;l notes and short articles detailing
jrrutfr'i experience particularly requested.
1V da not read anonymous letter and r-om-
ulciitloim. The n:unc and address of the
"1tr are in aU rases Indispensable as a guar-
Hs-e of ptxxl f.tllli.
HURRAH FOR OLD CASS ! !
M Mssg Rim Defeated
THE ELECTION' IX CASS CO.
We give lrlow the majorities as far
b heard from, and as nearly correct as
possible up to tlie time of going to
'Teas. Next week we will give the offl
ial vote in full in the various precinct?.
tllison. . . .
, : bOi
Prof Wise is probably elected by
iver 200. -
Coroner, Survcyer and minor officers
jot heard from, with sufficient accura
cy to publish definitely.
The Republican ticket is victorious
ii Omaha, Lincoln and all over, that
Ve have heard from. Glory !
f Hurrah, for Constable Alf White!
Two hundred and fifty for Mart Cut
ler, Sheriff. Bully boy with a glass eye.
Two hundred and over for Judge
Ellison the longhoni Texas ranger.
Sun't Wise is elected by a large ma
ority, although not a nominee of either
I How much dots the editor of the
IIeuAiu weigh now? About 2,000 lbs.
'There is only one Democrat in the
Maine legislature. Won't he be lone- '
Hurley was elected Sheriff in
Douglas over firebe, third term Demo-
Eight Ifuudnd majority for Dan
HcKinnon, the best and most Kpular
County Clerk Nebraska ever saw.
Three hundred and fifty for. M. L.
White for County Commissioner.
i "Trump up another lie on the eve of au
-election, will you?
- Kussell won half a dozen hats elec
'tion day, and he now wants to trade
f about three of them for a pair of boots.
? Large bi.e absolutely essential.
givos a rousing llepuLlican
Thev carrv the ticket clear
Uf the reports we have at hand are
Who's the next man that wants to be
f sacrificed on this Liberal Guillotine?
'f n , 1 i 1,
iijOT, any iuulv uini iu di.uh-
ertd with the sound of a people's par
ity? Trot out your victims, boys.
I i JlOn. liOSt Oe UIllvIlIl!; nctimtiJ niv;
j position of Chief Justice and all the
t fellows" that have been abusing him
t now., say what a nice man he is and
1 1 how well fitted he would hwe been
I ' for the position had he accepted the
t 5 post.
; A man by the name of Conway at
H tempt t-d to shoot Senator Pomeroy, of
1 1 $7,000 Kansas fame, in Washington
i i trte.v f'liiiu-iv Kots ii n. or his
l lATvvcra do. that he is insane, and for
once they ask
that he be sent to the
We are winning all over, so much
for honest dealing and square issues.
Wherever the opposition by chance
) g;iiired power last fall they set up a
, t ring rnd acted so unjustly aud arro-
g;iLJ. Ci.il .v,,
and have overthrown
JN V ESTIMATE.
Now gentlemen, the election is over,
please investigate all about M. L.
White's handling of the school money
fund. Honor and common sense de
mand that the gentlemen who made
this charge on the eve of election now
tdiow us some ground for the cuar,
We want M- L. White investigated.
A new daily paper is projected in
the city of Washington, to be edited
by those supple youths, Alexander II.
Stephens uad Hurschel W. Johnson.
Mr William Allen, of Ohio, is to be
engaged as city editor, and Santa Anna
will have charge of the foreign depart
ment. They are organizing a corps of
survivors of the war of 1S12 to act as
carriers. Inter O.vaM.
BUSINESS 1 OIL THE CORONER.
" We are glad Dr. Reed is elected ; an
hctjorable conscientious man is needed
cs coroner, A thorough investigation
to find the d?ad body of the late "peo
pies party," and a caraful coroner's in
queit on tlv cause-of the disease and
the habits of tho Icl party will be
necessary to tabli&h the fact that
tech an institution ever existed. DoJ
THE REPUBLICAN PARTT.
Now that the canvass is over for our
county election, and the people have
expressed through the ballot box their
choice for public servants. It may not
be amiss for us to say a word or two
more to the Republicans of Cass coun
ty. We have oa many occasions dur
ing the canvass just over, heard the
boastful prediction from that portion
of the Democratic party called Liber
als, that We do not expect to more
than elect one or two persons on our
ticket this fall ; but next fall, just wait
and see, we then propose to sweep the
old Republican party out of existence,
with the aid of the Grange influence
"our" "A nli-monopoly" movement must
Republicans, what does this mean?
Does it mean that the assertion so
often made in tlie last Presidential
campaign, tTthat the Republican party
had outlived its usefulness," is about
to be verified? Does it mean that the
Republican party has lost its hold upon
the masses? Does it mean that the
old party of progress does not meet the
issues of the day in full sympathy
with the people?
To the Republicans of Cass county
as men who have "shared the perils of
the field and camp" with this party
when the clouds hung heavy in our
political firmament; when there teas
a doubt about our success ; when it al
most seemed as if the calumnies as
'thick as the autumn leaves are strewn'
would so blind the eyes of the masses,
that the popular verdict "would be ob
tained against us. We appeal, and ask
these questions. Our answer is no.
This Republican party must exist until
a better one is formed. A great na
tional party cannot be formed except
upon a national demand and upon a
national issue until a party is organ
ized which offers better things than
the existing political organizations do;
can we be expected to join their ranks
and turn our backs upon the old or
ganizations? Certainly not. Of whom
is the present political anti-monopoly
party composed in Cass county? Is it
of newly acquired members from the
Democratic-Liberal organization and
the Republican party? We answer
no. it is simply a transposition of the
so-called Liberal-Democratic forces un
der the guise of anti-monopolists do
they offer anything new? In point of
morals, principle or better men, not by
any means the agricultural forces of
the nation are engaged in a great co
operative struggle, not a3 a class
against all other classes, but as a class
for their own elevation and for the
public good as a whole. This wo un
derstand to be-their cardinal doctrine.
Surely, any one, be he ever so blind,
knows full well that no party founded
on caste can succeed in this land of popu
lar government, the very idea is utterly
repugnant to the theory of our institu
tions. To the Republicans of Cass
county (and all others of whatsoever
political faith) we say read and study
the historv of this party during the
pust year;" read the platforms of the
party in Wisconsin, Michigan, Massa
chusetts, Iowa and Xew York every
where the seal of condemnation is
placed upon corruption in bcth high
and low places. Credit mobilier and
back pay receives its unqualified dis
approval, no matter whom it hits.
These anti-monopoly reformers may
tell you that of the late Congress one
hundred Republicans pocketed the
-back salary." They forget to tell you
that some ninety-six Democrats did
the same thing. Thpy forgti to tell
you that some twenty-six Republicans,
who drew this "back pay" returned it
to the treasury, while only some eight
Democrats, and not one Liberal anti
monoiolist did the same thing.
Democrats in Pennsylvania howl
over- "salary grabs," and amid the
empty echoes of their emptier preten
tions, nominate a chairman for their
convention as George Curtis says:
"with thesicag in his pocket."
Then we say to Republicans, as yet
there is no issue between the party
and the people. "Parties are necessary;
they concentrate public opinion ; they
organize it for effective work; they
furnish us pledges before hand as to
measures aud policies in the event of
success giving the voter thus some as
surance, in casting his vote, for the fu
ture. We do not advocate the theory
"my party, right or wrong;" but we
do adovocate the theory, trust the old
party so long as it meets the issues of
the day honestly and fearlessly. We
urge upon all Republicans and all citi
zens the duty of keeping a watchful
eye upon political trimmers, who, be
lieving they see the coming party in
the "farmers movement," fawn and
pajider to it in a belittleiug manner, in
order to ride into notice and power,
when tneir own merits are not sui-
,.,.vrrm.1 thorn fnr llllbli
K--'ui."-iiL4 v . - - - i
pl.ice and confidence.
Tlie Republican party has proved
itself equal to every demand in the
hour of the nation's peril the earnest
patriotism that made the party will not
desert it, political prophets, croakers !
and 2tfh;ritcs to tho contrary not with- i
The banks are gradually adopting
tho idea that the shortest .way to re
sume is to resume, and the principal
difficulty in the way will be not any
panic among depositors, but the bur
don of the certified checks which they
have laid on themselves. Happy the
bank whose isue of these nondescripts
is small, and as tlie total issue in St.
Louis was trilling, the banks may all
be happy yet. Globe.
While averse to class legislation and
class tickets the IIeralii wnt? it un
derstood that whenever the people of
Cass County or th q farmers of Cass Co.
flunk their interests are in danger and
they need a friend and champion they
will find one in this paper. We only
oppose bogus "people's movements"
and monopolists wolves in Grangers'
The bona fide people and farmers,
men - of true hearts and tried laborers
will always find us a wUIic j friend.
"People's Party," yes we have one in
Cass County and they are honest men
too. Try to vote for an hanest peo
ple's party once, Nomads; one that
has worked for the true interest of .the
people; one that has stood in the
breach when danger threatened, and
one that has always stood up for equal
rights to rich and poor Try this party
once Dem-Libs. and we know how good
youH feel after election day.
Thank God that men are as sound
and as honest and as true as we find
they are. If the Nomads of this
County had not attempted to gobble
the Grange by false and lying preten
sions and had called a fair convention
on the square issue of antagonism to
Repubican measures they would nfct
have to-day the pain and mortification
of as complete a defeat as ever any po
litical faction suffered at the hands of
the real people of -any county.
Once more we have the best evidence
in the world that honesty pays in pol
itics as well as any where else. If the
bona fide old line Democrats of this
county had called a square convention
in tlie ordinary way and 'invited every
man opiosed to the Republican party
to unite with them and then dropped
the attempt to drag the Grange into
any political net they might have won.
At any rate they would have roiled up
a fair opposition and M. L. White
would never have had the glory of 300
majority. Try it on the square once,
my lads, and see how light your bos
oms will feel.
Nebraska has carried off the envied
and enviable laurels Jit the St. Jon Ex
position. All premiums there offered
paled before that for the prettiest babe
under two years. Fifty-seven mothers
were there with their pretty darlings,
but Catharine P. and Ruel Nims, of
Humboldt, Nebraska, had a cherub
there, twenty months old, which was
awarded the $100 carriage. A little
colored girl, aged five months, took a
$.j premium. The Herald says the de
cision was received with applause by
the audience, all seeming to feel that
it was just, aud the little one being
placed in the beautiful carriage she
had won, was elevated high above the
heads of the by-standers, and after be
ing borne back and forth before the
assembled multitude for a few times,
was taken to the Exposition Hall
where she and hr happy parents re
ceived a perfect ovation. This is a
greater victory than that achieved by
Nebraska at IJostcn last month. Ex.
It must be highly amusing to Presi
dent Grant to read the criticisms upon
his daily walk and conversation by '.'te
opposition journals. In one issue he
meets the melancholy prediction that
he has so plotted with the monarchists
of America that an Anthony is just
about to tempt him with the imperial
crown, which, according to the billious
indigestivencss of the New York Her
ald and World, he will not thrice re
fuse, but at onco accept, He is in the
eyes of those journals, a regard er of
naught but his own stubborn
will, ready at any moment to
tramplo under foot the laws, prece
dents and wishes of the people, to
gratify his own ambition and the
wishes of his friends. In the very
same issue we see those journalsbra
to speak in his praise for standing
"firm as a rock," while such a man as
Reverdy Johnson, (an acknowledged
leader of the opposition to President
Grant and his party), backed by all the
millionaires and financiers of Wall
street, importuned him for a loan from
the treasury to help them, and as they
termed it, the country, in it3 financial
Ieril. The Presiltut refuses to do an
unlawful act; he places the great, law
yer and Statesman Jiors du ramlat, by
the simple inquiry, "where is the law
for this?" quietly and firmly as when
with the blade of his pocket knife he
pieked the bark from the tree and is
sued his orders in a quiet manner,
amid the iron storm of the wilderness,
w hen all were wild with excitement or
stunned by the carnival of death.
This man, unmoved by the great crash
and whirl in Wall street, refused to
disobey tho law. With the nation's
eye upon his conduct in this extremity
it certainly seems to us that the fact
that these croakers and false prophets
are compelled to chronicle the Presi
dent's refusal to do what they predict
he wants to do, mast be more" than
gratifying to the President.
THE LESSONS OF THE ELECTION.
Republicans of Cass county, you have
done well. You deserve the thanks of
your party! yon have met the enemy
and they are yours, bag, baggage and
camp equipments, only" cue gun is left
I uncaptured. In the hour ol victory re
member mercy. W e desire no unseem
ly crowing and remember also, that
next to defeat, a victory demoralizes an
army or a party unless rightly used and
profited by. We have won this great
victory more by the folly of our oppon
ents than by our great and overwhelm
ing strength. We believe in two par
ties, ablo and honest in their views
however widely they . differ and that
the country is safer aud politics purer
where there are two great parties be
fore the people than when ona party is
overwhelmingly in the majority. The
day is fast coming when the opposition
will unite in force, when their present
office seeking leaders will be ousted and
with some real substantial basis, some
better motive than plunder, they will
unite, and then my boys you will need
all your boasted strength. Husband
your rescources for that day ; waste no
time in i lie boasting, but build up your
strength for the future by wise aud
prudent action, and harmonious work
ing in the smaller differences of polit
ical affairs which arise during the time
Organize your party once on a princi
ple that you deem right, 'at least, call
your friends around you for this prin
ciple; cease to try mere subterfuges to
f win place and power. "Anything to
win,' will never build you up a party.
Choose a name, and one that you can
agree upon, and a manly course of ac
tion based upon conviction of right
and then stick to it till it does win.
Depend on it, ypu will cure corruption
and benefit the country quicker by this
method than by any dodge that looks
NO PARTY MEX.
Do you recognize the power of or
ganization now ; do you honestly hope
for better things, for purer political
action, and more honesty of purpose ?
Eall into the ranks of one party or the
other, according to your best convic
tions, and stay there. That is the only
true way to correct abuses. A lone
buffalo never increased the herd or
guarded the weaklings. The wolves
sooner or later hunt him down, and
both parties will you.
You have howled corruption and
fraud until the very cayotes on the
prairie set up on their gambril joints
and yawp c-o-r-r-u-p-t-i-o-n, corruption,
and with just about as much effect
on tlie public mind as their chattering
would have. Cease this idle clamor
which only demoralizes the public ear
and doe3 not reach the hearts of the
people after all. It never checked one
dishonest official. It never has given
you an election, and it never will. If
you are honest in your convictions
that the Republican party is
wrong, its principles unsafe, go to
work and help the opposition form a
strong party, based on principle, cease
trying ."peoples ticketa" and such fool
ing, and help swell the ranks of your
old party, or another one based on a
conscientious difference of opinions.
YOUNG FARMERS AND ORAXOEU3,
read well the history of your country.
Go back to Jefferson and study the ob
ject and intent of Governments.
Make up your minds where the real
source of strength in governments
comes from and what you think you
need, to support it, then choose the
party that best carries out those ideas
and stick to it although now and then
it may do an unwise thing or get m a
scrape over some defaulter.
To tho man that preaches "no party"
to you, just remember that all great re
forms are made by organized aotion
and let U3 call your attention to the
fact that our whole system of govern
ment i3 undergoing a change, and we
must eoon, maybe this winter, decide
whether we will have a strong, central,
paternal government, or merely an ex
ecutive bureau of affairs. There never
was a time when we needed two strong,
active an 1 honest parties more than
now. Study up these points, join one
of them from conviction, and do your
The Modocs have at
their offence upon the
give below an account of the closing
scenes of their lives:
Roslon Charley and Black Jim were
led on the scaffold first, and Schonhin
.next. They trod on it with apparent
indifference and iron nerve, having ev
idently resolved to die as brave as
they have lived. Jack went easily up
tho stairway, but looked wretched and
miserable. The manacles had been
struck off, but their arms were securely
pinioned with cord. At precisely 0 :4
a. m. the interpreters, Capt. O. C. Ap
plegate and David Hill, explained to
the culprits the nature of the order to
bo read to them by the adjutant, and
at 10 a. ra. Adjutant Kiusbury read
the ordors promulgating the sentence
of the commission and the President's
order therein, with the orders of the
Secretary of War, and the Department
Commander on tho promises. The
two "reprieved prisoners, Barncho and
Slat uk, yet stood on the ground in front
of the scaffold, shackled and under
guard. During reading the pinioned
victims were seated on the platform of
the scaffold, with their feet on the
drop, listening attentively, but of
course not understanding a word of it.
Tho reading occupied ten minutes.
The adjutant read the order of commu
tation in the ca.?e of Barncho and Sla
tux, and the poor fellows .were taken
back to the stockade e vidently happy
at not accompanying the others tw the
Happy Hunting Grounds. Tho Chap
lain then offered an earnest and fervent
prayer tor tne souis oi me cuipriL,
which was listened to attentively. At
10:15 the fatal nooses were placed
around the necks of the condemned.
under direction of Capt. Hoge. It was
necessary to cut off a little of Jack's
long hair, which was in the way of tho
rope. Capt. Hoge then bid farewell to
the prisoners, and the black caps were
placed over the heads of all the cul
prits. It must have been an awful
moment. At 10 :23 they stood on the
drop. The rope was cut by the assist
ant at a signal madj with Capt. Hoge's
handkerchief. The bodies swung round
and round, .lack and Jim apparently
dying easily, but Boston and Schonchin
suffering terribly. Boston and Schon
chin repeatedly drew up their legs, but
the two others seemed to die almost
instantly. At 10:23 their pulso3 were
felt by Copt. Hoge, and a.3 I write they
are hanging lifeless in the air. As the
drop fell with a deadly thug, and th
four poor wretched human beings fell
into eternity, a half smothered cry of
horror went up from the crowd of over
five hundred Klamath Indians, who
witnessed the awful spectacle. Wails
of deep and bitter anguish went up
from the stockade where the wives an!
children of the poor fellows had a fair
view of the shocking scene. The cof
fins, six in number, had leen placed di
rectly in the rear of the gallows, two
of them destined to be unoccupied, as
the order commuting the sentence of
Barncho and Slatux only arrived at
10:30 last evening, and preparations
had been made for them likewise. An
application was made this morning by
the Sheriff of Jackson County for the
eustody of the Indians indicted by the
Grand Jury, to Gen. Wheat on, but it
Be virtuous and you'll be happy.
The following Is tho DollyVardea
ticket gotten up at Sheridan last week.
In our next we will tell how many votes
it gets in the county:
Probate Judge, E. M. McComas; Co.
Clerk, 11. A. Ilawley; Co. Treasurer, C.
M. Ilayden ; Sheriff, D. Plasters ; Sur
veyor, Julius Gilbert; Co. Commission
er, T. Mc Adams ; School Superintend
ent, D. Pierson ; Coroner, J. B. Fisher.
Reported by Cutler & White.
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t'liickens Sprint; per uoz 4
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NrKv Yoiik, September 23.
Money 1 l'r t-
(;old.. " S l HS'i
Flour 5 ,V?
AQENTS FOR BRADFORD'S PORTABLE
FRENCH BURR MILLS, BOLTS,
8MUTTEAS, &o. ,
PAMPHLETS famished, and estimates m3.
13 South Main Street, St. Lenta.
. Parties writing, pleas mention la what ppe
timj zed tais adT&tUsaaiect
No Person can take these Bfttera ac
cording to directions, and remain lonpr unwell,
provided their bone are notdeetrojed by mine
ral poison or other means, aud vital organ
wasted beyond tbe point or repair.
Urtnfiis or IikIIkcsHou, Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tlnntness of the
Chest, IHzxInesa, Sour EructaUons of the Sto
mach. Kail Taste iu the Month. Billons Attacfcn,
Palpitation of the Fieart, Inflammation of the
1 ntijr". Pain la the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hrndred other painful STiuptoius, are the off
ffprtnes of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove a
better (Tuarir.iee of Its inertia than a lengthy
For KemaleCoimrtalnts, In vonntf or old,
married or eincle. at the dawn of womanhood,
or tne turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display bo
decided an influence that Improvement Is boob
For Inflammatory ml Chronic
Rheumatism an 1 Gout, lilliouB, Remittent
aud IntTinitteut J-'erers. bisensea of the Wood,
Liver, Kidnevs and Uladder, these Bitters have
no equal, suci Ui3eae. are caused by Vitiated
They nro a penile Purgative well
as a Tonic, piwsosslnir the merit of acting as
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral organs,
and in Bilious Plseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter. Fait
r.henin, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustnles,
Boils, Cari'mideu. lliiu-worms, Scald-Uead,
Rore Even, hrvrsipelas. Kch, Senrfn. Irtscolora
tioaa oftue SWin. llumora and Diseases of tho
Sfcin of whatever name or nature, are liter
ally dag up and carried out of the sys
tem tn a short time bv the use of these Bltteni.
tfrateful Thousand proclaim Viskhar
BiTTi.iiS ilia moKt wonderful Invigoraut that
eve? sustained the Kinkinir pyrem.
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Trurlsis and flt-u. Agist., San Francisco. Ca!.,
cor. of Washington and Charlton St.. N."k.
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composed etnp'.y of well-known R OOTS,
HERBS FflUITS, combined with other
properties, which In tn'ir Eitare are t sthartic.
Aperient, Nutritious. Dittretic, Alterative and.
Anti-Bilious. Thn whole Is prervi In a auffl
e tvt quantity cf spirit trom tiio feiVOaH
CASE to keep tiem ta any climate, wLlcb,
one of the most durable Ton lea saa
t hurtles ia. to world. IJwy are intended
tmly to t-a mrd as a mediclae, and always ao
sordini to directions.
Thry are tho sheet-anchor cf the feeble and
iebiiiUt iJ. Tfcey att crcn a chaeaeed liver, and
tiranlata to even a ".f rroa thtt a health acton
la st once Lrouj;hi tlott Ao a remedy to which
Women ara especially subject it 1 snier
eding every tVr tUmuLoit. As a Spring
Sujsmer Tonic they fcava no eqaaC
They are a mild and senile PargaJveaa well aa
Tonic They tmrify tha f ood- They ao a
Glenoid Apprtirer. Thry lihcBtron
They purify and invi-.rae. Thry euro VlJ
eoii Court: r"n and neadsche. They act
specif " T" cf OiHordcrs which
rnderraln- tie bodily fctrenth atd break Anm
thaanbasl spirit. , '
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A. Lazenby & Co.
Corner Main and Sixth Sts.
Good pure "Wine. Liquors and Cigars whole
sale and retail. Pure liquors for farmers use.
AU goods sold for cash and at low down prices.
Give us a call. Wyl-
E. G. D0VEY, Pres't.
E. T. DUKE, Treas.
F11E1). G011DER. Buyer.
This Company will buy grain at the highest
market ntes at all times.
Sealesand office at K. O. Dovey's Store, lower
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,inst puDiisura. a new i-uuiwu i i
Sr. Culverweil s Celebrated Es
ss on tlie radical cure (without
mt-llicinel of Sl'EKMATOKKHKA
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Losses, Impotkncv, mental and physical inca
pacity. Impediment to Maniajre, etc. ; also,
CoNsirMPTKiX, Ki'ii.Frsv, and Vits, induced
by self mduhreiice or sexual extravagance.
rri.: in a sealed envelope, only cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable es
say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty year's
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse, may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife ;
inting out the mode of cure at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by means
of which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition mav be. may cure himself cheaply
privaielv and radically.
f gr-This Lecture should be in the hands of ev
verv youth aud man in Urn land.
Sent under seid. in a pi -in envelope, post-paid
to any address, on tlie receipt of six cents, or
two lio-najre stamps.
Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage Guide," price 60
Address the Publishers. .
CilAS. .J. O. KLINE. & CO.
127 Howerv. New V ork.
49-ly Post Oflice Box, 436.
1H0S. 1$ 0HRYOCK.
Audrdealcr in a kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
Main" Street. Next door to Brooks IJouse.
rLATTSMOCTlt, - - - - NEB.
i'Sr- Repairing and Varnish in? neatly done
Funerals attended on short notice. H-tf
B. G. HOOVER,
Keeps constantly on hand all Staple Articles
ISootk, Shoes, t&c.
In fact, everything usually kept in a Variety
S.oi. which will 1 sold on small pioiiis f.r
t'ASH. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for poods, and the
Highest ilarJatt Priata given in Cash
Livery, Feed & Sale Stables,
Corner Cth and Pearl sts.
Horses Boarded by the Day,
Week cr Month.
HORSES BOUGHT, SOLD, OR TRA
DED, FOR A FAIR COM
MISSION. LIVERY AT ALL TIMES.
Particular Attention Paid to
Driving and Training
Saniwicii Com Mm
AND HOUSE -POWERS.
GEARED AND BELT 8 HELLERS FOR
HAND AND POWER.
Catalogues sent when re
fjuested. Parties wxiticp-, vrJl please
state in what paper they read
SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO.,
ASEETS rOS THE laAKCTACTTJEEBa,
OLD FIRM KKVIVED.
L. BROM & CO.
Ilave re-opened their
in Plattsmouth once more, and uow offer to
our citizens, and the trade,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c,
fit the lowest wholesale and retail prices.
Call and sec them before purchasing else
where. JULIUS PErPEKBKUG,
OSAGE 11EDOE PLANTS
For sale this fall at
$2,2S ran lOOO
Honey Locust Hedge Plants
For sale at
$4.50 per 1,000.
Also, at low prices, and of superior quality, a
large supply of
Fruit Trees, Small Fruits and
at the j.
Gl.mwood, Mills County, Iowa. Call '""V
amjue my sttH-H before purchasing elsewhtTCT
26-lRt. I-A. WILLIAMS. Proprietor.
1 r ,3
IS THE CHEAPEST!
F. J. jIJTXEElt
Has a large and good assortment of Farm T-i-cbinerv.
Tlie Marsh ITarvester. a Reaper that two nicn
can cut and bind ten acres per day, with 'ono
man lo drive, and the binders can work in tlie
F. J. METTEER,
Main Street, Corner 6th. .
PTattmrtottlh. ... - N&ra&a.
New Boot and Shoe Firm.
Karcher & Kliiigbel,
Boot & Shoo Makers,
Main Street, opposite Platte Valley House,
PLATTSMOUTH, ... NEC
FIN"!? CALF SEWED BOOT3 m3do to order
in good style.
All kinds of men's boots and shoos made and
Prices low and work warranted to qrive s.-:tis-f:u-t!i!i.
12-6t. F. KLINCiilCL.
Cor Broidway anl Twentieth Street,
ONBOTH AMEUICAX & EUROTEAN PLANS.
Complete with all modern improvements ;
rooms en iitr. and single ; private parlors,
batlis. elevators, Kc. Jicatiou unsurpassed,
beinjr in the very centre of fashion and brilliant
Xew York liio. "In proximity to 'hurdies and
places of Amusement, an 1 Lord & Taylor's.
Arnold & Constable's and .1. & Johnston's
lry ;oh!s palaces. Tin; lintel is under tlie
iiian,tgen;ei:t oi A. rt. Parnuiu. formerly of liar
liiirn's Hotel, l.aliiiuorc : I. N. ireen. of lay
ton, Ohio, and recently ui New York, and Free
man l'aruuui.of Burnum's Hotel, M. Louis.
Farmers Lumber Yard.
iraving maile arrangements in Chi
cago, and rlsewlifre, with extensive
dealers, I nrn prepared to i'uniisli on
shurt notice all kinds of
Lumber Doors Sash
at a reasonable rate. I also keej con
stantl" on hand a full assortment of
of all kind3. Tliose wishing to build
will please call and see my stock.
LOUISVILLE, XL 13.
Repairers of Steam Engines, lioilers, Saw and
Crist Mills. , .
;:is and Steam Fittings. V rougut Iron Pipe,
Force and Lift Puruiw. Steum iuagcs, Salety
Valve Oovernors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings
Fuixlshed on short notice.
WOODS & FLEMING,
STOVES. OF AIX KINDS, FOK SALE.
New Tin-Shop, just Opened!
All orders for making or repairing prompt
Coops Soli Cheap Fou Cash! I
10-tf. Weeping Water, Nebraska.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. O. BOONE.
Main street, opposite Brooks House.
flair Cutting, Shaving and
Especial attention given to
CUTTING C1LILLUENS nAHt
Call and see IiOONE, geuts and get a booa la m
THRESHERS AND CLEANERS,
THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS,
Mamifkctro-ed by tho "VThoeler
i Molici Co., New York.
For oonvfinience and choap-r.r--a
of dolivory to South
V extern Trade, a stock ia kept
SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO.,
13 SOUTH ma::. STREET, ST. LOUIS,
Tm whoia cri'rri okonld be 4drrartf.
Partioa writ a ttJI plenktx uiratioa Isj
whut ia.vtr Ihey read UUa advcrtlsaina
St. Louis & Southeastern
"NASHVILLE SHORTEST LZNlr
And Direct Route to
Sha wnet town,
South and Southeast.
C.nOJ KEASUXS WHY this Is the preferred
IT IS Till-: ONLY LI NT runr.iiiT Pullman
Palace lrawin IfiMtm S!eejin I'ars lhroUU
from St. Louis to Nashtille w it houl ehang-.
IT H Til K ONLY LINK under one man.ic
ment lielween tht'se t'ilies.
IT H TH K ONLY LINK bv which passen
gers -an save froin Al In L'imi inilcs travel, aud
from six lo twenl y-loiir liirs l line.
IT is ?j.4r. iii:.I,i:i: from St. Louis t
Nahvillc man the circuiuius ruutw r.u. Lau1
OCIt 51 OTTO
UOOl) CARE I
CLOSE CONNECTIONS !
?Jcv and elr jrant dav coaches eo.'.i'pp'd vih
tlie We-ititiL'lioiKM Air Prake and ihe Miller
coupler and i'lal form are run in all I rain:.
Tnroiitrh TiekH on sale and Hiurnaire rlnef
ed ar all l!ie jiinci'al 'ticket Oilice.s in the West
Ask for tickets via the "Southeastern Hall
way." K. K. WINS LOW,
C-n'l Manager, Bt. Loula.
W. B. IA VrNPOPT.
om't Ticket Aeoiit, St. I !-
The Lincoln Koute.
The A. & N. Railroad,
And all the Toints In the
Southicctt, South and Southeast.
THE PLATTSMOUTH PPOPLB
By taking the. express tr-in at Lincoln on th
ATCHISON d- NEBRASKA
Upon their arrival at Atchison, th
Great Hail road Center of
Ca.i ohtaln. without
DELAY Oft INCONVENIENCE.
the very let Slenjiii: Car necomnwHllonS,
and will" reach St. Louis early next morning, he-n-
a imieli 'lieajr .ui.i siiurler route than
that via. I'u.i.'n: Junction. Track and K' ad lu l
are in excellent condition. Tlie passenger ac-coiiimodati.).-is
are of the best.
No Expense Nor Pains
Have heen spared to make tho travc Icr com
fortable. LAY OVER CHECKS.
Will hi riven hy the Conductor to those w ish
ing to stop off at any of the many place. of in
terest on tlie
ATCHISON i- NEBRASKA R. R.
Without Incurring any additional expense.
Til .is affording Travelers l:nn'rpas'd facilities
for visiting the Paradise of all Cardtcs,
"The Great Nemaha Valley."
w. r. "WHITE.
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