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THE UE11A I,D.
LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS, .
Transient 25 cents a lirV. Regular ndvertiseis
rents per line. ?tO aaeiu.-i,?tjtent laSrtcd
lor less than 2j ecu is.
Lgal advertiscmCntl will be ibaiged to the
parties h Hiding t hem 111.
COM MUN I CATION A.
As our p:iee Is limited, all communications
inut be brief and to the point, with no waste of
Are requested to notify the office if the paper is ;
i.-ot delivered promptly. J
NEWSPAPER DECISION'S. ' j
' l. Any penum who takes a paper regitlarlv
from the ot office, whether directed t IiT-t
iame, or whether he Is a subscriber or not is
responsible for the pay.
, 1. If any person orders lils pap-r dlscontln- !
tied, he must pay al! arrearages, or the publisher t
inav continue to send it until, pavmeiit is niatle, I
titid eollect the whole nmyniU. whether the pa- j
per l.s taken from the oflice or not. j
3. The eonrts have deebled tJiat refusing to !
take !iewpa;KTH and periodicals. from tlie post j
office, or lenioving .anil leaving them uncalled
for. is prima evidence of l. "stent hi, kiiacd.
. NmcKToEvEitvnoiv. AMsubserlberspay- j
ing for their paper to lis. and ordering it stopjied !
;it a certain time, will find it so hlopped ; but !
we cannot be responsible for what has been
ilone before our time, nor for orders snposed to
be given by others to others. Our books alone
mwt !tn tlie rtitili for nil fitil vuliwciititfoiis
nease remember this.
Call and see D. Sclmasse & Co.'s new goods.
llirgains at Hank Streight's.
One ,1'iiuio for sale cheap,
nt the IIkkalij office.
I' Very bjdy buys the Howe Machine.
For a cheaip suit of Clothes, go to
Stadelmann's. Try him once. 32t4.
I'lattsnioutli r.illiard Hall, opposite the
lirooks Hov-eWin. Neville, proprietor. Three
i:ooil taides, go-si har and bowling alley, lino
. RememlK-r 15en. Hempel's Oyster
House on Main street, ricV.t to Done
J aii'a Drug store. 30tf
Husking ami Buckskin Gloves, alid
wool lined mittens cheap at the shot?
fct ore of Peter Merges. 34 14
. Mike Mc"uire has a tame crow.
Fox left liim there the other day. He
J, dks Irish, drinks 'alf-aud-'alf, and can
holler Mike as loud as any beggar in
Go to the New Coal Yard and get
your winter's stipi.lv of Ottttmwa coal.
.nly ST a ton.
Best caliefK's at 10 cents a yard, at
ttiloinon & Nathan's, and everything
-!se in proportion, as cheap. 35w4
Go to Dovey's
before you sell your
. As it is hog killing time, we give be
Jow the difference in live and dressed
V live hog weighing 300 pounds
u 3.10 per 190 pounds comes to fltlO.-J").
A live JjMg weighing 300 pounds will
dress 2 7 pottnds", and at 4 cents, makes
810.2S, n dili gence of 8 cents in favor
f the dressed hog and the lard pajs
"We have been particularly requested
to beg some of ' our I'lattsmouth
young y.vn not to represent themselvn
as wild anim Us when they visit Oma-i
h;u It makes the
Omahas think we I
1- ,1111 aV 1 t - .-.. nvl.-l .
tion, down here.
NOTICE TU SCHOLARS.
All It'.ITlH-t llforIriT .'''! 1 nr luiimr '
transferred from one'gntde to another"; j
h.ust be ex imined by the City Super-j
lnlendent, and present a Written per- ;
m:t from him.
A hand-organ perforuier made a pro- j
fession il tour f the town this week. !
and give satUfjiction to the jttven'IeS. j
Hi.s pieces weie ehieily froui Handel j
we i!i ".ui tli ? hia l!e of t'.ij orgaii.
iimtis this week.
big Ail. n our col-,
. Lost. Last Tuesday,
iK'twce.i town an I Win
eaii-sKiu pocKec pook, contain. ng
greenhaos amounting to between fifty
and sixty dolars, and a note for fifty
dollars: Finder will be. rewarded by
returning it t R. D. McNerlin, or to the
I'o-tm iter, Plattsinouth. 4-jw3
. The accidents by the use of chloro
form as an aiiacsthetioi are in propor
tion of one in thi;ty tlojiMnd, while
by the use of Nitrous Oxide gas the
accidents ;ire reduced to o:le ih one
, . . i ....
Th? only place in the city of Omaha,
or in this part of tlio State, where this
gas is ued In dentistry, is at the office
f ,. v. ' , :
f Dr. Billings, No. 234, Farnham
street, Omaha. 34 w3 j
Fine Cut Tobacco at lUs Iwt OfTlee
The Howe Sewing Machine is the
Th.- Cheapest place to Luv boots and J tratisportation problem is hetter pre'S
Shoes iii town ; Stadolmam t4. te
Tlie best and cheapest Uoo'tS and
Slices at the Shoe Store, will never Ih?
undersold. 2tf. PkteH Meieuks.
i)on't sell your Pork until you have
seen me. p.. CDovey.
k vp mivrv
These hard times by getting your
?apsrs at low club rates. Address
;, JAMm "With am,
J4m3 - Glendale Cass Co. Neb.
Only seven dollars per ton, delivered
in any part of the .city:
C3ALt COAL! I COAI.1!!
Buy tlie juVtl.v ceielr'ated Ottumwa
National coal, formerly known its the
Gillaspv-'eoal. Office with Dr. John
Black, corner Main and Sixth street.
;: II. K. BriiKCx Agent.
Is eomin ami every Man, Woman and
Child, otlght to le provided with good
foot gearing, which" tan be cKaicVa of
pETEit Mekge.-? the only exclusive
Boot and Shoe dealer in Cass Co., who
3X6 warrants satisfaction. 29tf,'
Try Dr. Chapman's Sure Cure for Rhtfanrtiisra.
IF YOU WANT- STRICTLY PURE JJrugs and Med
icines, Perfumer-, Toilet Setts'and Artiole. hkmps, Unislies,
Paints, Oils, Varnish, "Window Glass unit Putty, Choice
"Wines, and Liquors, Fine Cigars and Tbaccoi Lamps, CX)AL'
OIL; Lanterns; Shouider Unices, trusses and SnpKrters,
Iniliorted Knives, Ilazors, and Violin Strings, "Writing Paper,
"Envelopes. Inks, Tens, Lead" lYncils, SiC, &c, go to Dr. G. 1$.
CHAPMAN'S , PRESCRIPTION" I) HUG STORE, Platts
iiiouth'. Nehr"c;ka. 3mos3 .
Acute or Chronic Rheumatism permanently cured.
Elastic Stockings at Dr. ChapmanVi
JJuy the Howe Sewing Machine, J:
W. MarthLs sell them. 32m3.
In short go to Stadelmann's any tray
Hid Sloe what "lit has. Z2ti.
PollV for Sille,
Inquire of IIekald
Choice, Live Geese Feathers for sale
at $1.00 per 11, by Hexky Uoeck.
Remember the new butcher shop by
the Co'ort House when you want meat.
For your good and cheap foot gear
ing go to ari exclusive Shoe Store. -20tf.
(Joed woolen over sliirts $1 03 and
heavy shirts and draowers for "3 cents
at Ilanki Streights. 33m4
, Go to Vivians for Flour, Groceries,
Teas and Coffee. 34 w3.
Go to Morrison & Ellison's next door
to the Court House for your meat.
I'or gtfed and cheap bocts arid shoes,
go to the shoe store of Peter Merges.
The H'jwe Sewing Machine took the
Prize Medal at the St. Joseph Exposi
tion for 1373. . " T'2ni3.
I CVmo :iml see the bargains at Soh
! ,,H)n & "tiiaus. They are small,
1 mcniseivcs, out tneir bargains are big.
Ben Hempel keeps an oyster house
it is on the south side of Main street,
almost opposite Dovey's biir store.
i I'.n. keens first, m-sfers? m.vr mrav.
oystei-s; thirdly, all kinds of oysters;
aad lastly and Imally, oysters and other
tilings to eat and drink or smoke.
I -jsuroy oi nana-
A number of our exchanges are
making comments" on the Hekalis
description of two of oiir lawyers here
One paper says its a
idiot! cr a '-libelous
attack," and still
i another says w; "do" a court scene up
; in goo I sty I?. Thank you, gentlemen,
j the court did itself, herself, himself.
Tile Nebraska Fnnn?r comes to us
;i weekly n r.v. a very handsome nuarto.
t live c;ilu:n:i ii.c.ier. As it is sitnnos
t')bjb?the State p ip?r of the Gran
ge ra, an I to represent tlie Farmers'
j view of all questions, wo-shall read it
with l're mdjttention.
Markiei.". At tlie residence of J.
r 7i0,v,ui0,- tt t' vii; ai..
! J. Thomas to Miss Albina Todd.
Pi.ATTSMoi'Tii, Neb., Nov. 26, '73.
Now Thomas Tliomas mind your eye ;
You've got a Tuddt'y) '11 set yon high.
Prink slow, old boy, or rise you'll "bust ;"
And take this toddy only when yon must.
Fox's 1 tst exploit was to ship a dorg,
!i blaek dog, a m?aa looking dog, way
off on thf prairie here somewhere, and
call it a fu'.l bloo le.l black Spanish or
Cochin Chin i setter.
AV"e are gla I to learn that the Hon.
John W. Barnes is rapidly progressing
in health and vigor, and we may soon
expect to see him on our streets once
more, hale and hearty. He has had a
tight squeeze to come through".
CA LED CONVOCATION.
Nebraska Chapter; No. 3, cit next
Tuesday evening, December 2d. "Work
in the P.ist and M. Excellent Masters
By order of t'ao II. P.
II. Nkwmax, Sec'y.
Go to the New York store for your
('!l';l!l I71!11 lliilf. li-?iJ' viit. .1.1,-,..
ti "V-" ' 1
tisement in another column.
. A. Taylor Esq Life Insurance
nlan is in town. Says he's on "biz" this
! time sure.
IIf:iJE'S WHAT WE WANT.
It is seldom that the solution of the
xne i-re:r. vant of tlie raiigers i3,
when you reduce it to its simplest form
of expression, a market a market
easy of access. What tliev complain
of is really tlie distance of the market,
which is equivalent to cost of trans
portation. And when they ask the
interference of lejjislaf ion to irive thr-nl
j mat maiKet, does it never occur to
j them that the- encouragement of raami-
! I:ulurcs ac Heirxtn iKhu-s amounts to
(the same thing? .They whip we will
: sa3', 3::o,000,0o'0 bushels of grain to the
j i;b"r-'a ululJ-L uwt of it to Europe.
! r L;U, f?r To et iro. wwl and cot-
ton fabrics in return very largelv.
J Why, then should they wish to keep
! up that distance between themselves
ami tlie manufactures of iron, wool
and cotton? Suppose trovernment i
able at consult-rable outlay to cheanen
41... .e . . 1
me ui .iiiiioii;iuon ; wnv woukl
not that outlay be quite as judiciously
expended in encouraging those manu
factures here, at home, where" the
material is abundant, and the exchange
Mould be direct from producers to con
sumers, as in cheanenintr but not
: 1 : .1. . . :
... v.v.w. ui liiuiis;liiiis or iniip
of transportation V" 1
111 1 . . ' (j. ' .
Wlien piir peojIe fealize this fact ,
tlllil lirnp;th- ott iin.,i,, . .
inu tatnestlj ?et, their heads to work
to co-ODcrate in onrn.r?n,; ,.v, : -
fax-tures and buslrfesk here at home and !.
not m Chicago 6t Boston
Wlierc else, both farmers and frranwpr
will ;.-. tho rt;r.f 1
i-uL 1 -
Lcok out for
Holiday goods at Dr.
China "Wine fit Vivian's,
sortniciit irt town'.
For your Cidthing go Id an exclusive
Clothing Store, ftr Boots aiid Shoos; go
to an exciussive Shoe Storel . .
20tf. - I'EIEU MkiigIs.
Call on J. "W. Mart his and get your
wife a first class Sewing Machine".
"W. II. Pool, wants to see his
numerous friends from the country in
Petek Merc. is Shoe Store. Strangers
will allso lind him indite and accomo
NEW BUTCH Eli SHOP.
Meat!. 3ieat!I 3Ieat.1!
Frank Morrhn lias re-opened the
Butcher Shop next door to the Court
House formerly known as Morrison
& Shannon's. The linn is Morrison &
Ellison ami Frank hereby cordially
invites all his old friends to call and
see -him again and get some of those
juicy staks, suiloins, and roasts.
j. . Aiartnis takes lat cattle or
hogs in full, or part payments on Sew
ing Machine1?. 33m3
. The best custom work, at the tfloe
store. Making and repairing done
neatly and with dispatch. - "Warrant
satisfaction. Petek Merges. -
and see him.
34 w 3.'
REED BROS. BULLETIN. .
Mr. L. F. Reed desires us', fiom
Chicago, to announce that Reed Bros,
have new goods of all kinds coming all
the time, specially a fine assortment of
CHRISTMAS TOYS AND PRESENTS,
Mr. lieed has been able to buy all goods
at the most reasonable prices (owing
to tlie panic and shortnes of money
East) and will stay in Chicago yet for
two weeks iu order to take advantage
of the market and buy at lower rates.
Meanwhile he will ship g5eds honie
Farmers an I Grangers should riot
fail to call and see Reed Bro's. stock of
goods at once, at Weeping "Water Falls
of course vou know. 34in2
Notice is hereby given that application has
been made lo ine for tiie adoption, by Waller
N. Trumbull, of Ella Nora Carpenter a minor
eliilfj. tlmiliterof Henry Carpenter, andihat a
hcirm ut until iifjtf ir will In li-nl liofrif. tin -it
mv nil ice in I'lattsmouth. ("ass Count v. Ne'oras- !
ka, on tlie 2-Jd day of December A. D. 1S7.1, at 2
o'oiocK p. tu. where till parties interested may
attend and lie heard.
II. E. ELLISON. Probate Judjre.
riattsnioulb, Nov. vuth, lsz.i. :$."Av;r
WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AND DAILY.
THE WEEKLY SVN is too widely known to
re;p.ire any extruded recommendation : hut
tiif rcaMins vliie'i have jdri ady friven it fit' y
t!iousant .sal,cnncr.s, and v.uca wdl, we liupe,
l-'ive it many thousands more, arc brielly as
f l!o".vs : ,
lt is a first-rate newspaper. All the news of
the day will he found in it condensed when un
inijMM Unt. at full leiitli when of liiomeut, and
always presented in a clear, intelligible, and in
It is a tirst-raie family paper, full of enter
taining and instructive reading of every kind,
but cojitaii'ini? nolliin that can offend tneinost
uencate and scrupulous taste.
It is a first-rate story paper. Thebt st tales
and romances of current literature are carefully
selected and legibly printed in its p.'gcs.
It W a first-rate agricultural paper. Tlie most
fresh and instructive article on agricultural
topics regularly upKr in this department.
. I is an independent political paper, lielong
ini: to i" party. and wearing no collar: lt lights
for priucijilu and the election of the best men
to otlice. It especially devotes its energies to
the exposure of tlie great corruptions that now
weaken and disgrace our country, and threaten
to undermine republican institutions altogether
lt has no fear of kn:ives. and asks no favors
from tlieif supHirters. ------
it reports tiie I;isnions for the ladies and the
markets for the men. especially the cattle mar
kets, to which it; pays particular attention.
I'iUvtnv. it is trie meanest naner munis led.
One doi.ar a year will secure it for any subscri
ber. ItisiKH iiecessarv to pet up a eiub in or
der to have the weekly SUN at this rate. Anv
one wiio sends single dollar will set t!'e paper
for a year.
We have no traveling anenta.
The II rcfcfj .Sun. Eight pages, flftv-six col
umus. Only .jl a year. No discounts from this
The Si-mi- !r. M.f Sun. Same sle as the Daily
Sun. s-.'a ypar. A discount -of 20 jer cent, to
clubs of 10 or over.
The Dftiln Sun. A large four-page newspaper
of twenty -eight columns. Daily circulation
i'ver iz'i.irw. Aiiine news lora cents, subscrip
tion price a cents a month, or i a year. To
clubs of 19 or over, a discount of 20 ier cent
Address, ' lilt: HUX,"S
Don t ran top
Svrup for Ci
rocure Mrs. Winslow's Soottrhg
Ibis valuable preparation h;is been nf?'l with
NEVEIt FAILING bLLCESS IP TIIOLS
ANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves th child frti pain, but
Invigorates the stomach ami bowels, corrects
acidity, and gives tonC ami eiienrTito the whole
.-van-in. ii iu aiso uisiauiiy rciuve
(Jitiriyo ix the ItowELs and Wind Colic.
"We believe it the be.t and surest reined v in
the world, in all cases of Hvsenterv and l"iar
rhca in children, whether arising fiom teething
or any other cause.
Dejiend upon it. mothers, it will give rest
Relief and IIf.alth to Y'oru Infants,
Be sure and call for
"MhS. Winslow's Sootiiixg Sykcp."
Hiving the fac-simile of "CUUT1S & l'E
K1N.S" on the outside wrapped.
Sold bydraggists throujuout the world. 19
To Advertisers. All persons who contem
plate making contracts with ncwsjuiwrs for the
lisertioii of Advertisement should send to
Qefl. f$ Howell & go-
for a Circular, or inclose 27 cents for. their one
nuiicreii pag" i iiii:;nim; containing lasts ol
3.000 NewspajxTs and istiniates. showing tho
cst of advertising, also manv useful hints to ad
vertisers, and some accuiuit M the- exitericnces
of inen who are known as successful advertisers.
This linn are the proprietors of tli American
Ntsii:mcr Advertising Acenci .'
iiiiix'rcii n:i". imii-mIiI. 1 ,-,.-r i. t; .....
3.0o Xewspaix'rs and istiniates. showing tho
cost of advertising, also inanv useful hints to ad-
vertisers, and some accuiuit'ff the- experiences
J'f inen who are kmiwn as succesful advertisers.
This linn are the proprietors of the American
espaper Aavemsing Ageucj.
and are lwssessed of unequalled Ja iIitios for
curing the insertion of advertisements in
Newspaper! and Periodicals at lowest rates.
u1 are assessed of unequalled lacilitios for e
.unne tbe insertion of atveniseiiients in all
ewspaicri ana I'eriodlca s at lowest rat
HBB1U3KA GRAIN CO.
to the farmeus. of cass and
Pla i T.SMorl a. Oct. 4, 187.:
The undersigned;, reiiresertlng tlie
Nebraska Grain Compan', takes pleas
ure in informing his friends' and thoe
who have produce to sell, that they
have increased their; facilities for hand
ling grain by erecf iri'g Warehouses al
Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, and
other 'points, on the 1J. & M. Road,
where competent men will be found in
charge, having an interest iii the busi
ness, who will p:lj .more for "Wheat,
Corn, Oats, and IJailcy than a?iy ether
firm in Nebraska. -
Refers, by permission, to John Fitz
gerald, Calvin Parmele, and John 11.
Office opposite Bank in Jno. D'. Tutt's
Store. JOS. A. CONNOR.
28m3. General Manager.
Business is business, and so are the Cigars at
the r. O. Book Store. 5-tf.
If you want a cheap set of ladies
furs, go to Stadelmann's.
. Remember the Depot for the Howe
Sewing Machine is in Hatt's office on
(US Eolith" side of Main St. 32m3.
Eggs, Butter", Vegetables, chickens,
game, fish, waut.ed. at. .this office in
exchange for IIekalL) Subscriptions.
TO RENT OR SELL.
The house of Dr. Rawlins,. . in the
south-west part of town, near the resi
dence of Mr. Eli Plum m er. For terms,
apply on the premises. " 33tf.
is often caused by getting cold and
wet feet. It is therefore every bodys
duty to provide themselves with the
iiet quality of boots and shoes which
can be bought for the lowest cash
prices at the Shoe Store. Manufactur
ing and Repairing done neatly, and
21)tf Peter M erg is.
BEN. HEMPEL'S OYSTER HAL'S.
.If ypii want a gooit oyster stew go to
Ben. Hempel's; if you want a good
plate of raw oj'sters, so big as your
hand, go to Ben. Hempel's; if you
want a square meal, go to Ben. Hem
pel's; and if you must have a. good
glass of wine, or a cigar to top off with,
Ben. has got them. 30tf
Tlie Household Panacea
' Famly I.iniuieiit
is tiie best remedy in the world for the
following complaints, viz.: Cramps in
the Limbs and Stomach, Pain in the
?Loiuacii, ioeis, or oHie, iiiieumaiisin i
in all its forms. Bilious Colic, Neu- !
ralgiatCholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh j
"Wounds, Dnrns, Sore Throat, Spinal
Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills !
and Fever. ! oi' Internal :iniT Eitern;il I
' It5 'operation is not only to relieve
the patient, but entirely removes the
cause of tle .complaint. It penetrates!
ami pervades tlie. vrhoJeYStem, restor- '
ing health v action to till its parts," and
quickening the blood. The Household
Panacea is purely egetable and all
Healing. Prepared by
CURTIS & "BROWN.
No. 213 Fulton Street, New York.
For sale by all druggists. 24wly.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township Maps df
Surveys will be transmitted for tiling
to the local U. S. Land OfBce at Grand
Island, Xebraskar.ori tlie 1st day of
January, 174: . . . s
Township, Range. Towuship, Kange.
All North of tli .3 DaseLme find West
of the Sixth Principal Meridian in
Nebraska. E. E. Cunningham,
Surveyor General, Nebraska and Iowa.
34 w3, . .
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township Maps of
Surveys will be transmitted for Filing
to the local V. S. Land Oillce at Dakotn
City, Nebraska, on the 1st (lay df jaii
tiarv. 1.8t 1 :.
. 23. . .
. . 2:i
AH North of the
West of the Sixth Principal Meridian
in Nebraska. E. E. Cunningham, -Surveyor
General, Nebraska "and Iowa.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township Maps of
Surveys will be transmitted for filing
to the local U, S. Land Office at North
Platte, Nebraska, on the 1st day of
AlfN"orthct the Base line and West
of tlie Sixth Principal Meridian In the
State of Nebraska.
E. 12. CrXNlNGHAM,'
Surveyor General, Nebraska and Iowa.
OU .-.... fi : :.. .-tii!i-,- l'
bv ,l..ro. Vain.iv. j; ". 'ii . M .uWil
BloiK . Kiniuire of
It. 1:. I.iviNosrox or
E. T. lli. KK.
PHOTOGRAPHS ! !
CARY & IIVLllER ,
Weil knowing the great want of PirtU.KES,
have so Jnemised their facilitieft for tin, ame,
that tliey al-e now fully prepared to cheil!is
fuction, at the lowest jKissible figures. . .. .
CORNER OF MAIN & 5th STS".
R. O. FELLOWS,
if. R. Vc6(?A Corn, Coa7,orCASII,
taken in exchange. 24f.
Children oltcii look Pale and
fronii no .other -Caufle than having
worms in the atoirjicu?
BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS !
will destroy "Wo'nns without injury to
the child, being perfectly WHITE, and
free from all coloring or other injur
ious ingredients usually lised in worm
CURTIS & BROWN, Proprietors,
No. 2b" Fulton Street, New York.
Sold by Druggists and Chemists and
dealers in .Medicines at Twenty-Five
Cents a Box. ?4wly.
GAS! GAS!! GAS!!i
Nitrous Oxide or Luuliing Gas.
For the painless extraction of teeth
this is the afest auaesthitic'in use. Dr.
A. S. Billing's of Omaha is the only
one in that city who has it.
33m3 234 Farnham Street.
' TIalrly Years Experience or
an II u i mc.
! Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
i the prescription of one of tho best
t emale l'hysicians and N urses in the
United States, and has been used for
thirtx years With never failing safety
and success by millions of mothers and
children, from the feeble infant of One
week old to the adult. It corrects
acidity of lie stomach, relieves wind
colic. regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, heal tli and comfort to mother and
child. "Ho believe it to be the Best
and Surest Remedy in the. World, in
all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea
in Children, wlictlici' It arises from
Teething or from any other cause.
Full directions for using will accomp
any each bottle. None Genuine unless
the face-smile of CURTIS & PER
KINS is on the outside 'wrapper. Sold
I y all Medicine Dealers. 24 w 1 y.
Itegular examinations will be held in my of
fice in Plattsinouth on the Friday before the
first Saturday of oaeli mouth, commencing at
10 o'clock a. m. V. W. WISE,
Sup't Public Instruction,
3ivC Cass County, Neb.
VIG-n ac-es pf ..land '.belonging lo C;Vw County
Nchraska l.'itni the Soiith West enaiUT. of
Sect icn No. Five (.".) TowiKHIp N""". Eleven ( 11 )
Nrth of liange. No. Thirteen (13) East Of ftxth
I'rincipal Meridian, Situated near Eight Mile
I'or Terms of sale see
1-. II. Jamkh )
Timotiit t'l.AKK or -Co. Conir's.
M. L. White. )
There is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not re
lieve, no swelling it will not
subiUutand no lameness which
it will not ure. .-. Tli is is strong
language, but it is true. here,
tl'.e parts are not gone-, its effects
are marvellous. It luus produced
more cures of rheumatism, neu-
tC'lV'tcr ralgia, lock-jaw, palsy, gprains,
swellings, ear-ache, caked-breasls, scalds,
burns, salt-rheum, &e., upon the human
frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, &e.,
upon animals in one year than have :il
other pretended remedies since the "World
began. .It !s a counter-irritant, an all-healing
pain-reliever. Cripples throw away their
crtitehcs, the lame walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, and the wounded are healed
without a scar. It Is no humbug. The recipe is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells
because it does just what it pretends to do.
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or
swelling deserve to suffer if they will not use
Centaur .Liniment, more than 1000 certificates
! of remarkable cures, including frozen limbs.
chronie-rlieunn.t 'smi gout, running tumours, &e.
have been received. "We will Send a ciicular
containing certificat.es. the recipe, &e:, giatis to
to any one requesting It. One bottle of the yel
low wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one
hundred dollars for foundered or sweenied hor
ses and mules, or for screw-worm In sheep.
Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at
tention. No family should be without Centaur
Liniment. J. B. Hope & Co., New York. 4G-ly
C.vsTOKiA is more than a substitute for Cas
tor Oil. It is the only safe article in existence
which Is certain to assimilate the food, regulate
the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural
sleep. It contains neither minerals, morphine
or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may r'ctL
P. 0. BOOK STORE,
Keeps a full line of Toys,
Books, Bibles, and a great va
riety of Chistmas Goods.
. Albums, Pocket-Books, Chi
na Goods, Initial Paper and
p3 i Envelopes, Knives, Chromos,
CO Perfumery, &c.
1-3 r A good assortment of Holi
ng day Presents.
A good 1 ine of dent's Fur
. .nishing goods cheap.
"HANK'S" OLD PLACE.
TllP P-PPoViOf , A full and reliable histo
if, CCbUCI" iy of this greatest scandal
1 1 1 iTlTl-0 one Knows, with coniprebeu
Slve biographical sketches of ail par
VV fifirl hull ti,'! interested; aiiounding
vuuilUll With incidents, anecdotes and
iSnanrml interviews never lefoxe publish
h 4. rtl fu" "t'tory of thi. w'tiodhnll
I loma." The sketch of Beet-her 1 ronouneed
the nest ever written. Witat prou'inent nin
and women haw to w? of Tjiv a o
this scandal. All about it -C 0T AgeillS
written by a well knowo author. Not. offen
sive to the most fastdioi!s ; alnt 4oo pages.
I'l""'1- THKC.ISEATKSTSCIJJXG liK
KVhU Ol FEKlil) CANVAiSSKlUS. Exclusive
territory. It is rapidly filling up. You must
secure lt now. ISig commission. Hound pros
pectus, anva.Hsitix Iwuik ami complete iutfit
sent on receipt of Seventy-Five Cents. Circu
'.TV.t.?rTU!V.eU":' fref- Address the liEVKKLY
V -i A"oa.Hii Ave. and 22d St. Chicago,
UHno's. . , iv4.
Til 2 HERALD.
I Get tk-3 Besl ana
:i - Hi,'-;
TKK Vlll'l Mi:i?
M.;r tiit VIENNA
fj 1 i V i'ii rij;hi. the blliest
' E f onipMis for ina-
--.t , J teal Mitwriortrr. tn
'; i'laxs XV Inrlmliint
-U '1 it'- Musieal Instnmi'nls
"J'i V " ' jf froin a!l eonntriesi.
P'il'WZ . the bitthestt
by the eonenrrenee of tlie Siieeial .lury. Inlet-ts-Uional
.lurv. and two Sno-Jnrie.s. liK-ludinrf
trre most Eminent Aitist-s and Expert" fronnlit-f-iMit
countries. In eom:ari.son wltli these,
otl'er Ameriean Organs were not found worthy
of any. even an inferior Medal, l'riei's from
75 to J-r sale or rent by
K. H. LA TC'NV riatUmoiUh, Cass Co., Nell.,
W. T. EATON. Crete. Saline Co. Neb. am3
BAILHOAB CR CHALKS PLOvJ.
s; ro:i u;:ciiAii:T,
Ai-D-::.? XT.H 1:IjCEIX-
J y v:o:iN;ji:.iCEii,
fczxlh, iinilrii a CO.
th'.twAi i m y it: m r. i s
13 T'Zrr.la lrct,
s r. r.oz'ia, aio.
ja-r joa lecJ ti.i
REDUCED IN PRICE!
THli NEW lJII'KOVED
The lightest iiinniu?, most siinjile. duntlde
and most easily operated Shuttle Machine iu
the market. Does m-uiv more stvles of work,
and has a greater variety of, and better attach
ments, tlian uny competitor.
The only 3achiue that will usiv in op
Either Side or Rack Feed, an Desired.
It in The Family Seiciny Machine of
f-r Circulars of Machines and Attacli-
Agents wanted evervwher
r -. . .11 r.TO X hros. leu. .Agent.
?l Torth rifxli-KteVt, .-'t: Louis
Great Inducements Ope'red 'for Cash.
Prospectus, 1874 7th Year.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, tint
versalfy admitted to be the Hand
somest Periodical in th e World.
A Representative aad Cham
pion of American
Not for Sale iii Book. orNews ?tores.
Tlie Aldiue, wh'Ic Issued with all the regular
ity, has none of the temporary or timely inter
est characteristic of ordinary periodicals. It is
an elegant miscellany of pure, light, and grace
ful literature : and a collection of pictures, the
rarest specimen of artistic skill, in black and
white. Although each succeeding number af
fords a fresh pleasure to its friends, the real
value and beauty of the Aldine will be most ap
preciated after it has been bound up at tiie close
of the year. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with ri
vals of a similar cbiss. tlie Aldine is a unique
and original conception alone and unupproiieh
ed absolutely without competition iji price or
character. The possessor of a. complete volume
cannot duplicate ihejpianUtv 'f line r?aperand
engravings in .any other shape or number of
volumes for ten times Its cict ; and then, there
are the chromos besides '.
Art Department, 1873.
The illustrations of the Aldine have won a
world-wide reputation, and iu the art centres
of Europe it is an adu itt:d fact that its wood
cuts are examples of the highest perfection ev
erattained. Tlie common prejudice in favor of
"sleel plan s." is rapidly yielding to a more ed
ucated and disci'imiimiing taste .which recog :
nies tlie advantages of superior artistic quality
with greater facility of production. The wood
cuts of tho Aldine possess all the delicacy and
elaborate finish of the most costly steel plate,
while they afford a better renderin-jr of the ar
To fully realize the wonderful work which the
Aldine is doing for the .caue-oC art. r. id tun in
America, it is ontv Jiedsssar.y- io; counter the
cost to tlie people of aliy other. d-eer re pro
scntaions of the productions of great paint
ers. In addition to designs hy the members of tho
National Academy, and other noted American
artists, the Aldine will reproduce examples of
the best foreign masters, selected with a view
to the highest artistic success and greatest gen
eral interest. Thus the subscriber to the Al
dine will, at a trilling cost, enjoy in his own
home the pleasure and refining influences of
1 he qiUTierly tinted plates for 1874 will be. by
Tnos. Moran and .1. 1). Woodward.
Tlie Christinas issue for 1S74 will contain spe
cial designs appropriate to tlie season, by our
best artists, and will surpass in attractions any
of its predecessors.
Premiums for. 1874..
Kverv subscriber to the Aldine for the venr
ls74will receive a pair of chromos. The origi
nal pictures were painted in oil for the publish
ers of the Aldine, by Thos. Moran. whose great
Colorado picture was purchased by Congress for
ten thousand dollars. The subjects were chos
en to represent "The East" and "The West "
One is a view in the White Mountains, New
Hampshire ; the other gives The Cliffs of Green
liiver, V yoming Territory. The difference in
tne nature of tlie scenes then selves is a pleas
ing contract, and affords a good display f tlie
artist's scope, and coloring. The. cliroinos are
each worked from thirtv distinct rlH'es. and are
in Mze(12xlG and apicarante exact lac-similes
of the originals. The presentatu u of a worthy
example of America's e-rcntesf i.rt. ;, n-.iv.t.
er to the subscribers of the Aldine was a bold
but peculiarly happy idea, and its successful re-, i
nnzaiion is aiies.eu oy tiie following testimo
nial, over the signature of Mr. Moran himself.
-f . Newark, X.J., Sept. 20, 1873.
Messrs JamEs Sctton" & Co.
GeiitUmrn:! am delighted with the ptoofs
in color of your chromos. They are wonderful
ly successful representations by mechanical
process of the original paintings.
(Signed.) Thos. Mora?.
These chromos are in everV sense Anrcrh:nn.
They are by an orbital Ameriean' process, with
material of American manufacture, from de
signs of American scenery bv an American
painter, and presented to subscribers to the Ant
Miecesi-ful Ameriean Art Journal. If no better
because of all this. theVwtil Jfrtaiu! jossfS.s
an interest no foreign production can inspire,
and neither are thev anv the worse if by reason
of peculiar facilities of production tliey rust
the publishers only a trifle, while equal in every
ict.j.-.--i inner cnromis mar are sold singly
for double the subscription price of the Alc'ine.
i eims oi lasic win prize tnese- pictures for
themselves not for the price they did or did
not cost, and will appreciate the enterprise that
renders their distribution possible.
If any subscriber should Indicate' a preference
for a figure suhlcct, the publisher will send
"Thoughts of Home," a, new and beautiful
chromo, 14xlo inches, rer'resentiiig a little Ital
ian exile .whose speaking eyes betray the long
ings of his heart. , - . - . , .
'. v Tcrhis: 11
$3 pep annum, in advance, with Oil
Chromos free. ;, ' . , I
For SO cents extra, the chromo will be
sent, mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail,
The Aldine will, hereafter, be obtainable oclv"
ny -subscription. There will be no redueedo'c
club nUe ; cash for suliscriptions must be s-n1;
ta tlie publishers direct, or handed to the btftil
C3uvassu without responsibility to the publish
ers, except in cas-s where the certilicjkt"" is plr
en, bearing the fac-siinilo signature of James
Suttoi". & Co.
Canvassers vrf riled.
Any jwrsoh wishiiigo act- permanently ns a
loCM canvasser can receive fui? and prompt in
formation by applying to
JAMES SUTTON & CO.. I'uhlishers. ,
M MaiSen Lztc, .New Vc:lt .
v r . j
. .. .Iii t ilU. Ij '.'Ou t.l.i'U X oX .
thiu 1i kept at the Stdie of
Sris; Clisbeo & Co.
J- f tt"
We are iiTecelpt of Fresh loc.l.i cCiy t e l:
from the E.ist, v hichtire boi'ght for C:.sti, and
willtc old iu any amount.
Grang-ciSjO.cp yom eye on
"We will not be undersold by
i . JAS. CLIZUK Si CO.
Weeping; Water July 1st, 1S73. ll-tt.
MT. PLEASANT, NEB.
Begs leave ty inforni tlie farmers of
Cass County that he kevops a Rood No. 1
BLACKSMITH , SHOP
jne mile north of Mt. Pleasant.
All kinds ofj Iron Work attended to.
Wagons repaired, Farm .Implements
carefully mended. l'o'rrt prices, and
all work done on short notice.
Grain received in payment, (live
me a trial. Ciias. N. Tiki ax y.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOON.
Main street, opposite T.iooks House.
Hair Catting', Shaving and
Esliecial ttttention given to
CL'TTINO CHILDltEN'S HA1U.
Call and see UOONE, gents and get a l oon in a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF rLATTSMOUTII, XEIJUASKA,
Tootle, Hanna & Clark
Jv:t' It. Clark.
T. "W. EvanN. .'
This Hank Is now open for h'usincs at lllefr
new room, corner Main and -.Kth sllects, and
are prepared to transact a general
interest allowed ,.
Drafts drawn, available tn anf part of the
United States and in all the principal towns
and Cities of Europe.
FOR TIIE CELEBRATED
ALL K IV LINE
Tersons wishing to bring out their Iilends
from Europe can purchase tickets from us
through to riatlsmouth
E. T. DUKE & CO.
At tbe foot of Man Sttc-Ml
"tt holcsale aiid KctaI3 Dealers In
Hardware and Cutlery,
STOVES, TIN WAKE,
IKON, NAIL3, ! , ,t
Knives a xr5
All kinds ot
St. Louis. & Southeastern
UNASII VILLE SHORTEST LINE"
And Direct Koutc to
Cent r alia
And all Points
South and Southeast.
fiOOD REASONS WHY this is the preferred
IT IS THE ONLY LINE running ruilman
Palace Drawing Itoom Sleeping t ars through
from Kt. Louis to Nashville witboutjbaygc.
IT IS THE ONLY LTNff un'dtr oiie mtr.age
nient between thesi?- Cifi.t.' - ' ,
IT IS THE ONLY IXNKliy vlhkh passen
gers can savefrmif-co'to "-o miles travel, and
from six to twenty-four Jhours lime.
IT IS T9. Cil K.T1:.V. from St. Louis to
Nashville than tt3 circuitous route via. Louis
ville. , . .
. . r . : OUR MOTTO :
GOOD CARE! .
.J'."'1 Vjrant,,,,!r eaches equipped with
the estinghouse Air Urake and the Miller
COiinlerand I'Jurfnmi S41" mil In .ill tr.lnu
Through Ti li i on sale and itaggage checir
ed at all thej.nncipal Ticket Offices iZ the West
JMii ;iti i ii. j ,
Ask; for tickets via the "Southeastern
- E. F. WINSLOW.
C.eu'l Jlauajjer, St. Louis
W. B. DAVENPORT. :
G3 l Ticket ijett, LznLi.
lT(. ;U.. t
1'I.OUR, cul;N Mi.Al.. ri;i:i,
Alwal til liHiid, und for ;! lit lnivmt Cmif "
; r id for Wheat nn
rmltcular nltentloinflveti KkCustoiii rr
if- ATwATKinr 7ix"ki, on
iru ''i-'-Y: MuU:etail Ix-alerslu
P i u e k 'j n m tf 'c r
LATH, S II NULL'S,
umler IIeuai.u olllce,
Liike Miskella, Proprietor
Try them afid be .satisfied.'
CO TU Til K
Post Office Book Storo'
II. J. STKICICH T, Proprietor.
rwks, St ationery,
Song Hooks, tc, 810.
1'OST OFFICE LUILOIXO, '
riattsmoiith, - - . Ncbnwka,
Ken. Hem pel's
Lower Main .Street,
Ucn Hcntjl'3 keejis 1'resh Oysten all the
Hen. llempel furnishes meals a all hums.
Ben. Hcmpel has the best Wines. Cigars, ami
LI tit ion In the town.
Co to Hen. HeVp'e's w hen you want any of
the above bl s.sings of life.
Tlie special attention of all iersons.having
Land or Town Lots lor Sale,'
in Cass Coutl'y, is called to the Liet that
SMITH & -WINDHAM
will give prompt attention to tlie disposition !
all property placed in their hands for that pur
pose. If jou have
for sale they w 111 scir.it Tor yon, if you want t?
purchase they will give you a bargain.
If you have an
- Improved Farm
you desire to dispose of they will flnd 'ytu'w
customer. If you wish to buy one they .can
If you La' c
Property to Rent
they will rent lt for you. And vm
Pay Taxes for Non-Residents
- ; ... . .
and furnish ny Mid.a!I I ilrmation as to
Value, Locality, and Priced
of Real Estate.
Those who wish to
Buy, Sell, or Rent;
ordisjiose of their rropi ity io any vay ii;
well to give them a mil.
SiHTH & 'IN JHlAM
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PLAITSMOUTH, - - ' -
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