Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, July 16, 1874, Image 2
THE TIER A L I). ILATTSMOUTH, NEB. TIIUHSDAY. JULY 10, 1S74. J. A. MACMUIVPIIY,. .Editor. Mrs. Alfred Burloy, wife of the ' Sheriff of Douglas county, is very ill. Mrs. Ellen Rebecca Gant, a daughter of .1. lines Doom, Esq., died on July 0th ' at the residence of her father In Gage county. . An attempt was made to assasinate lUsmarck, which resulted only in a slight woiid in the hand. The assas sin rarely escaped lynching. , We call attention to . the new tax levy of the city, as published in Or dinance No. 62. The County and State . levy is 23 mills on the dollar. A Beautiful Thing. Mr. A. L. Strang in connection with his wind mill agency, has taken the agency ror a parlor fountain, which commends itself to everybody upon inspection. Now Strang.' what next? Wind nnd Water. Do try Gas. Let's see what you can do ; or rather what you can't tlo. Col.Tarker, of Lincoln, who prefer red charges against one Quick for sell ing liquor, and failed to substantiate them, according to Judge Foxworthy, was arrested for the costs of the suit. Judge Lake let him out on a little Habaeas Corpus, and those 8-57 are fitill unpaid. ' - ' Tim party engagetl in removing the bodirs of soldiers from old Fort Kear ney come upon one (name unknown) which had turned to stone. The form and features of the dead man were well preserved and the hair looked as natural as life. The body was very heavy and its weight was more than five times as great as when alive. Pawnee Reprllkaiu The editor of the Ashland Times has accepted a Challenge to fight a dn 'l with a non-paying subscriber, and names the north pole as the place and double barrelled demijohns, as the weapons, at a distance of three miles. If fighting non paying subscribers be come fashionable for editors, well h.-we to quit any other business. THE MILL RIVEtt DISASTER RE FEATEE A repetition of the Mill Iliver disas ter, took place at Middlefield, Hamp shire Co., Mass., on the 11th inst. The reservoir, covering about one hundred .acres, burst, inundating everything. The loss of life has not been ascertain ed. OTHER FIRES. A (ire in Oshkosh, Wis., on the 14th, burned a space Z4 miles' long; con suming six hundred buildings and ren dering 3000 people homeless. Loss alout $1,000,000. A fire also broke out the same day In Iowa Falls, Iowa, destroying the whole business part of the town. Ter rific M inds were blowing in both places at the time. TAX LEVY FOR 1S74. The County Tax for 1874, levied by the Commissioners last week is as follows: County General Fund ? Mills Poor " i " " Sinking M 3 " " Bridge " 5 " In't. on Cass Co. R. R. Bonds G Total County Tax . . STATE TAX. General Fund Sinking Fund School Fund University Fund Pe n i ten t i ary Fund Insane Fund A94 Mills .2)4 Mills .1 Total State Tax cli 28 .25 State & County Levy 2., 28 PERSONAL. Dan. McKinnon is left an orphan ngain, and hits gone to live with his uncle George. Hon. John Brown is very ill, at the resideuce of his father-in-law, Wm. B. Porter. J. W. Stinchcomb, the irrepressible traveling correspondent of the Omaha Rtjiubliran, and a former resident of this place, called on us last week, and lias written a very handsome article on Cass County, to his paper, from which we propose to give some extracts shortly. Our well known Photographic Artist Mr Y. V. Leonard has gone to Chicago to attend a Photograph ical Convention, He leaves a good man to run his Gal lery here in his absence and will no iloubt return to us much enlightened about old Sol's doings in the picture line. Mr. J. K. P.McCallum. a young law yer from Iowa has settled down a moTig us. his office is in the little brick, west of the Court House almost opposite the Herald Office and we ex lect hell le plum full of business be fore many days. . SCHOOL MA'RM NOTES. Miss Gertie Johnson, has gone to Beatrice to seek her fortune. BMiss Hill and the Misses Foster have gone home to Michigan, to see the folks and get some peaches. Miss Morse has gone to Omaha to harden her heart for another cam paign by a residence in the Stone man sion some weeks. Mrs. Arnold has gone to Denver for her health. The Misses Liucoln have left us for their homes in Iowa. Mr. Martindale is digging potatoes out in the country; prefers that to school teaching. Prof. Starbird is well as he is a Profpssor we dassent :un any jokes on him, and only add, he is quietly repos in in the' bosom of hi3 family, after JiLs arduous strugjjlts in examinations. The Children are all upside down -tmV turning somersnalts all over town CHICAGO ABLAZE! THE SECOND GREAT FIRE ! ANOTHER FIRE NEXT DAT 1 1 $3,030,000 Lost on Tuesday, and - $60,000 on Wednesday X I The fated city of Chicago was doom ed to another ordeal by fire on Tues day. The fire started at 4:30 p.m., on 4th Avenue, near 12th st, south Chicago; at 12:10 M., the flames were under control, but 25 blocks of houses had been destroyed, and six millions of value. The exact limits of the fire are as follows: On Clarke street, where it or iginated from near 12th street, for about a block north on Fourth avenue from near Taylor street to Harison street; Third avenue from near Peck court to Harrison on the west side, and a block further on east side; on State street from No. 509 near narmon Court to 310 near Congress on the west side, and to, the corner of Yan Buren streets from on the east side: Wabash avenue from No 452, near Peck Court to No 267 near the corner of Van Bu ren on the west side, and 29 1 on the east side; Michigan avenue is burned about one block, lying mostly between Yan Buren aud Harrison streets. The following are some of the prin cipal losses: St. James Hotel, Reming ton Empire Sewing Machine Company ; E. Remington & Sons, guns and pistols manufactory ; C C Charles, Limps and reflectors. The following are the hotels burned, Atlantic Hotel, corner of Van Buren and Sherman : Berg House, corner of State and Harrison ; Michigan Aven ue Hotel; Wabash House, Nos. 318 and 320 Wabash avenue ; St. James. Churches Keehe-lath-Bria Sholom, and Synagogue, 392 Wabash avenue; First Baptist church 403 and 405 Wabash avenue; Jewish Synagogue 629 and 649 Wabash avenue. The house of Horace White, of the Tribunt was burned, and that of J. Y. Scammon, formerly of the Inter-Ocean. THE SECOND FIKE. Another fire broke out about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the northwestern part of the city, in the vicinity of Milwaukee and Chicago avenues; fifteen to twenty buildings were burned. They are chiefly stores, saloons and carpenter shops. A brisk north-west breeze fanned the flames, and the inflammable character of the buildings soon assumed the proportions of that of last night. But the fire de partments were promptly on hand, and by a vigorous battling of the flames, they were finally subdued, with only the less above stated. Great excitement prevailed for a time, as it seemed inevitable that the flames would sweep towards the heart of the city. This fire occurred from 4 to 7 p. m., on Milwaukee avenue, between Sanga mon and Spratt streets, destroying about 25 houses, a majority of them being frame shanties. The locality was inhabited by the poorer classes of Germans. The loss is probably about 800,000, and the insurance is not more than one-fifth that amount. OUR FIRST THROUH TRIP OYER THE B. & M. OF NEBRASKA. The Great Big West. A Hot Day. Prairie till yon Can't Rest Uncle Sara's I,and. Old Forts.- -Kearney J unct ion. -Home. Owing to the kindness of Mr. Geo. Holdrege, the Editor of this paper re ceived an invitation to accompany the pay car over the B. & M. R. R in Ne braska, on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Although living at the terminus of, or along the road for several years, we had never (before) made a through trip, and confess hav ing a good deal of curiosity to see the wonderful country that all travelers tell us has grown up West of Lincoln. Our party consisted of Mr. Holdrege, acting as conductor of the train ; Mr. Taylor, Paymaster of the road ; Mac Donold, assistant Paymaster; Calvert, engineer, four ladies, invited guests, the editor and wife. At Lincoln we picked up Mr. Marquett, the attorney for the road, and a very inform-a-ble travelling gentleman indeed is Mr. M., also Mr. Dimock, clerk of the Land Commissioner, Mr. A. Gorham. At Ashland, on the Depot Platform, we noticed a number of bales of tow ready for shipment, showing that another staple has been added to the industry of Nebraska. Passing Greenwood we saw the harvesters at work for the first time this season, and as they drove by on a pretty new red "Marsh" with a notched and ribbon bound shade over the heads of the binders, our ladies all thought they should like to turn Grangeressess at once and the men concluded the high est luxury of farming had at last come round. Approaching Lincoln we could not help but notice the large fields of grain close to the town, al most in the city limits, it seemed, and the great advance made in the farming region round about, where only a few years ago not a house was to be seen and certainly no wheat fields. Twenty minutes to distribute a few more greenbacks and we are off for the west. Don't that sound funny now, to have us out on the Missouri bottom talking about going west, yet so it is. -" And now we strike, for us, a new country, one we have heard much about but never seen until this trip. From Lincoln to Crete, the country is rather broken and rough, not much farming here, but mor on account of the land being owned largely by spec ulators, as we are told, than because of the country. Out of the midst of a sea of grass and hillocks, without bush or shrub, bursts Crete, a beauti ful vilLifre of one thousand inhabitant.! and boasting of as good water lwer as we often find in this State. We were very much pleased and agreea bly surprised at the appearance of this place. It nestles, so to speak, in an eddy of timber, fringing the banks of the Blue and has such a clean thrifty air of New England smartness that we are really inclined to believe all the good things ever written of it and its people. OUR "FO RTY." One mile North of the town and in the next section to the town site, we are informed, lies that celebrated forty acres drawn by the undersigned for the best essay on Nebraska and her Resources. Not being Boss Perkins himself, we could not "hold" the train long enough to plant our feet on some essay soil or say we stood upon our native, heath, but if this weather ever lets up this editor proposes to become better acquainted with the N. E. of the N. E. qr." of Sec. 23, Township 8, Range 4 EasCsome day. FKOM CRETE TO FRIEXDVILLE, a distance of 35 miles we pass over a country so level that you could make a huge billiard table almost anywhere without grading. We pass Exeter and stoped at Fairmount for dinner. Here we found an old Lincoln friend, Mr. Gaylord keeping the hotel and a very good hotel he keeps too. Fairmount calls itself 600 strong. Beyond this point we passed one huge wheat field that took the train some two minutes to pass. Stopping every now and then any where and everywhere that a gang of men happened to be working on the road, the novelty of travelling on a railroad train as if it were a private conveyance was a new sensation. To the right of us, to the left of us we pass white covered wagons, containing the future homesteaders of the still great West, or see their camps by the road side .as we thundered along. The road must have followed the great divide between the Platte and Repub lican, for it is almost as level as level can be, and in many places as straight as an arrow for miles. Sutton is a very thriving town in Fillmore county. We stopped here some half hour to allow Mr. Marquett to transact some business, and there fore found time to look the place over and run up in the Times oflice a mo ment or two. A large colony of Rus sians have settled in near this place and their trade has helped it out won derfully. Some nice buildings are go ing up, one large store being built by a Russian gentleman, has a fine stone foundation, and will be in every way, when completed, a first class store. Harvard is a tasty little town, with a very neat school house, in fact all these towns have handsome school houses and as they have been largely built from taxation raised on railroad and speculators lands, it is a common joke of the railroad men to call them B. & M. school houses. No matter who built them now, they present a very handsome appearance, and show that the settlers were willing to use their surplus funds, whatever their source, for a good cause, the cause of education and improvement. Inland is a small town, in land, in deed, as far as the eye can reach, naught but the prairie meets the eye, there is land enough in all conscience, if that is all that is needed to make a town. Hastings, at the crossing of the B. & M. and St. Joe & Denver R. R.s is a bright, nervous, lightning heeled, Ne braska town, yesterday nothing, to day a city with over 600 inhabitants, good stores, hotels, a bank and every other need and want of civilized life, as far a3 we could see, except ice. They were short on that Wednesday, and if any of you remember what sort of a day, Wednesday, July 8th was, you can fancy what a lack of ice meant, to a traveler about then. They do say it was 118 in the shade, but as there was no shade in sight and the wind was blowing like a furnace all the time, it must have been 140 in the wind. We have been in the habit of calling ourself an old settler, and yet kept say ing all the time, wonderful, wonderful, as we rode over this great country, dotted and sprinkled with houses and fields. At Kenesaw we find another B. & M. school house and our old friend and newspaper man Stinchcomb has a homestead near here, that '11 make the place famous some day if nothing else does. LOWELL shows one straight village street from the cars. We know as a matter of fact that Charley Walker and the Land Office lives here, that it has a large Republican Valley trade, and the B. & M. immense stock yards for ship ping and holding Texas cattle. It is situated on the very edge of the old Ft. Kearney Reservation, and on leav ing the town we run through Uncle Sam's land for ten miles. Near the crossing of the Platte one can see where old Fort Kearney stood to the left and about three miles from the road, to the right several miles off is old Kearney Station, on the U. B. R. R where sup plies were formerly left for the Fort, and still ahead and to the left of this Kearney Junction. It is almost night fall, the great blaze and heat of the day is done, the cars glide smothly over the six bridges of the Platte, that Platte we left in the morning two hundred miles south and east of us, and the great, beautiful and green expanse of prairie on the other side tells us we are fairly on the bound less, and oh, but so shorLtimo ago the trackless ocean of thereat plains. 'Along the distant horizon the faint and fainter spires of the telegraph poles mark the line of the TJ. P., the little cluster of buildings assume shape and size and order, the heavens darken over and as the first coming peal of the much prayed for shower reverber ates through the sky, the engine sets up a feeble imitation; down breaks and we are at Kearney Junction. Our return trip and the thoughts it suggested must be left for another paper as the second great Chicago fire must now receive our attention. STATE ITEMS. The Land Office has been removed from Lowell to Bloomington. Neb. We call attention to the notice to Petit Jurors, this Court, in another column. THE MARKETS. HOME MARKETS. Reported by White. & Darrah. Wheat 90 Com SlielM 40 Oats sajM Kye fio Uarley 733-S0 Reported by Clark & Plummer. EfcRS ?o Hutter 20 Iard 10 Chickens Spring per doz 200 Potatoes 150 LATEST NEW YORK MARKETS. New York. July 15. Money 223jer cent Gold SI 831 LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS. : ' Chicago, July 15 Flour 3,.vr'.25 Wheat 1.1214 Corn el1 Oats 60 Rvp 1.00 Barley 1,20 PROFESSIONAL CARDS "WHEELER & BENNETT Real Estate and Taxpayins Agents. Notaries Public, Fire and Life Insurance Agents, Plattsmouth, Neb. , T R. LIVINGSTON, Physician and Surgeon, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Cass county. Residence southeast corner of Oak and Sixth streets ; office on Main street, one door west of Lyman's Lumber Yard, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 8AM. 31. CHAPMAX. R. T. MAXWELL. CHAP31AX A 3IAXWKLL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW and Solicitors lu Chancery. Office In Fitzgerald's Block, PlatU inouth, Nebraska. A. L. Spraoue, T. B. Wilsojt. BriSAttlTE A WILSOX, Attorneys at Law. PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA. Collections PittmpUy An tte ruled to. 13-ly GKO. 8. SMITH, R. B. WINDHAM, KHITII A WIXDHAJI, Successors to Marquett, Smith, & Starbird, Attorneys at Law & Real Estate Brokers PLATTSMOUTH, - NEB. Special attention given to Collections, and all matters affecting the Title to Real Estate. Office on 2d floor, over the Post Office. Dr. Scliildkneclit, Eclectic & Homoeopathic Physician. t3F-OFFICE AND RESIDENCEl Comer of Cth- and Vine Streets, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. syl CALLS ATTENDED AT ALL HOURS. Justice of the Peace. Office on Main Street Plattsmouth, Neb., near ly opposite the Herald office. Business hours from 8 A. M., to 8. P. M. All County business usually transacted be fore a Justice of the Peace, will be attended to by the Subscriber. General Collector of Debts. 8-iy J. AT. HAINES. VebrasWa State Register. A 40 column paper, published at the State Capital ; full of State news ; independent in everything, neu tral in nothing ; 1.50 a year. Correspondents and Agents wanted iu every town. Wm. C. Cloyd, Lincoln, Neb. 6itf IMaltsitioutli Mills. ( HE1SKL. Proprietor. Have recently beei repaired and placed In thorough rminin; order, loo.non Bushels of Wheat wanted iinnie diately for which the highest market price will ue pam. GREENHOUSE AND BEDDING PLANTS. Time and monev saved bv ordcrlntr of me. have the lamest and best collection of Plants ;ver offered for sale in the West. Catalogues tree, ssweet Potato, t annate, tomato, and otn- er riant tor sale in tneir season. Address W. J. H ESSE U. Plattsmouth. Neb. NEW STYLES. F. L. ELSTER, Merchant Tailor Is In receipt of the finest and JiEST ASSORTMENT 5ASSIMERES. CLOTHS. VESTINGS. SCOTCH GOODS, HUSH FRIESES, &c. In fact, the largest and best assortment of Cloths ever brought to this city, which 1 am prepared to make up in the Latest Styles. Call and examine Goods. apnlis. PLATTSMOUTH MILLS rLATTSMOUTH. keb. CONRAD HEISEL, Proprieto FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, Always on hand, and for sale at lowest Cash prices. tay-Tlie Highest prices paid for Wheat and uom. Particular attention civen to Custom work. Singer Sewing Machines. FOR SALE BY F. J. METTEER, With all the EXTRAS, ATT AC II ME NTS, NEEDLES, de. Also. Plows. Cultivators, . Wagons and farm implements for sale. GO TO GUS. IIEROLDS FOPw CLOTHING. WILLIAM HER0LD Keeps one of (he Largest Grocery Stocks IN TOWN. PLATTSMOUTH Grain Company. E. G. D0VEY, Pres't E. T. DUKE, Treas. FRED. G ORDER, Buyer. This Company will buy grain at the hij;h cs market rates at all times. Scales and office at E. G. Dovey, Store, lower. Main Street. Plattsraouth. Neb. fti CEDAR CREEK ADS. J. 1NIIELDER & SOX, Dealers In Clothing, Dry Goods, BoQts, Shoes and GROCERIES Of all kinds, at the lowest possible rates. Also Dealers in Grain, for which the highest cash prices are paid. Hides and produce of all kinds bought at rea sonable rates. Inhelder's Station, (Cedar Creek.) 51tf. Cass County, Neb. CEDAR CREEK MILLS, ARK IX Good Running Order and keep on hand the best assortment of Flour, Corn Meal, &c. Especial attention Is given to custom work. Satisfaction guaranteed, in exchanging Flour for Wheat. C. SCHLUXTZ, Prop. Also keeps a Flour Depot, at CLARK & FLUM MEK'S, in PLATTSMOUTH, Where will be found Flour, Grain. Corn Meal, and Feed, at WHOLESALE A RETAIL and at REDUCED r RICES. tVAll orders within the city limits, prompt ly HJled herafter, from this Depot. 44-ly LOUISVILLE ADS. Farmers Lumber Yard. Having made arrangements in Chi cago, and elsewhere, with extensive dealers, I am prepared to furnish on short notice all kinds of Lumber Doors Sash Shingles, fec, at a reasonable rate. I also keep con stantly on hand a full assortment of Xails, Hinges, Locks, Hardware, of all kinds. Those wishing to build will ple:ise call and see my stock. E. NOTES, LOUISVILLE, NEB. BRASS & STRING RAND. PROF. FRANK ALBEE announces to the public, that he has organized a FINE BAND ! both BRASS and STIUNG at Louisville, Cass County, And is now prepared to play for TARTIES all over the County, at very REASONABLE TERMS. A caller will go with the Band. Addtv, F. ALBEE. 4-1 y l-ouisville. Neb. FARMER'S EXCHANGE. B. G. HOOVER, LOUISVILLE, NEBRASKA. Keeps constantly on hand all Staple Articles such as COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBACCO, MOLASSES Dry Goods, Uoots, Shoes, &c. In fact, everything usually kept in a Variety Store, which will be sold on small profits foi CASH. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods, ami the II igliest Market Prices given in Cash tor (rain. 19 WEFPINO WATER ADS. Hubbard House, IIUBBAItD, - - Pitop. Main Street, Weepins;Water. GOOD ACCOMODATIONS FOR TRAVELERS. 416. NEW DRUG STORE. WKF.riN-G WATER, SEB. T. L. POTTER, DEALER IX DRUGS. MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS. VARNISH. PEKKCMEKY, STATIONERY. NOTIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND GLASS. rgr-Prescriptions carefully prepared. 16tf. Woods HEALERS IN Agricultural Implements, Hardware. Tlnwar. Pumps. lion. Nails. Stoves. etc. Repairing done to Order and Satisfaction Guaranteed. WE DEFY COMPETITION. New Firm in Weeping -Water. Fleming & Kimball, (Successors of J. CLISBE & CO.) WEEPING WATER, NED. Tills new Ann have just laid in a large and varied stock of goods, ENTIRELY NEW, and will now offer them for sale at the old Stand in Weeping Water. They respectfully solicit the patronage of the people, and propose to sll grxxl t;mxls us cheap as any one in the Mar ket. Try Us Once, and Sec. eyl William Stadelmann has on band, one of the largest stocks of Clothing and Gents' Furnish ing Goods for Spring and Summer. t- Invite evervbody in want of atiythinzin my line to call at my store. , SOUTH SIDE MAIX, Between 5lh & 6th Si's. And convince themselves of the fact. I have as a spectaltv in my Ketail Departments, a stock of Fine Clothing for Men and Boy, to which we invite those who want zoodo. HP-I olso kepp on hand a la'-e as.d w"!I se lected Stock of Hats, Caps, PaeSlies,.5:c. Ja3lyl U. V. MATHEWS, On 4th Street, and dealer In Hardware and Implements. Nails. . ' "".' Iron-Mfd Horse Kakes, - - McCorniick and Buckeye Keapers and Mowers, Sweep Stake Threshers, Corn Planters, CULTIVATORS, Garden City and Morrison Plows, Wagon Wood Stock, GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS. 7-3m THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST For your Groceries go to J. V. Weckbach, Corner Third and Main street. Flattsmouth. (Outhinann's old stand.) He keeps on hand a large and well selected stock of FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES. TEA8, SUGAR. SYRUP, BOOTS, SHOES, &c, &c, &c, &c. In connection with the Grocery Is a Bakery and Confectionary. Highest price paid for Country Produce UfTA full stock at all times, and will not be un dersold. Take notice of the slm "EMPIRE BAKERY AND GROCERY. niyl. Estate The special at tention of all persons having Lands or Town Lots for Sale, in Cass County, is called to the fact that SMITH & WINDHAM will give prompt attention to the disposition of all property placed in their hands for that pur pose. If you have Unimproved Lands for sale they will sellit for you, if you want to purchase they will give you a bargain. If you have an Improved Farm you desire to dispose of they will find you a customer. If you wish to buy one they can supply you. If you have Property to Rent they will rent it for you. And will Pay Taxes for Non-Residents and furnish any and all Information as to Value, Locality, and Prices of Real Estate. Those who wish to Buy, Sell, or Rent, or dispose of their property in any way will do well to gi them a call. PLATTSMOUTH, n3l -yl. XEB. 0. F. JOHNSON. DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES. AND WALL PAPER. L ii II i 1 " " 1 " ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE. ALSO DEALER IN Books, Stationery, Magazines, And Latest Publications. Prescriptions carefully compounded by an -perienced Druggist. Remember the place. 1 ComerFifth aad Main Streets, riattsmouth. Neb. People's Market ! ! At the People's Market you can find and BUY FOR CASH ! anything usually kept in the MARKET, LINE. " I pav CASn, and I must sell for CASH, and to my j Customers I Sell, and only ask SMALL PROFITS, but I expect prompt and sure-pay. Ptf II. E. ELLISOX. MONEY SAVEDh BY Buying Your Greenhouse and Bedding Plants AT THE Picnic Grardcns. "PJOXT send East for Plants when you can get x Just as good for les money nearer hotne. To my numerous friends and patrans 1 would say that I have the largest and best stock of plants ever offered for sale iu the West, and at reasonable prices. Be sure and send for ray .cw Descriptive Catalogue. which will he sent free to aD who arply for it. Then give me your orders, and I feel confident I i can satisry you. Good fresh milkj delivered daily at every body's home 111 ffattaiiMJUth, If they want it. by J. FY Beaumeister. Send In your orders and I will try and give you and serve you regularly. 19-ly. J. PEPPERIJEKtf, Has re-opened his Cigar Manufactory In Plattsiuouth once more, and now ofter to our citizens, and the trade, CHARS, TOBACCO, &c., at the lowest wholesale and retail prices. Call and see them before purchasing else where. JULK'S TEPPERRERG, 2Cyl Proprietor. FOUR ION ADS. pMYCHOn AXCY or MOLL CHARM . , J1"w, ilt r ex rnfir fascinat- and Kain the love and alfectinns f kd v. ormon ih.- choose inst::nttyr This shnnle.nhtlu aoaulr nient all can posse, free, by mail, for asc to- irt.hir with h. iiiiirriitir iriilit., C...... I.. .-w ' . . Dreams, Hints to Ladles. Wedding-NiKtit HUrt &c. A queer book. Address!'. WILLIAM a Co. J Ulffl. I 1111,1. E, T. DUKE & CO. At the foot of Main Street. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, STOVES, TINWARE, IRON, NAILS, HOES, RAKES. SHOVELS, AXES, KNIVES AND FORKS. &c. &c. All kinds of Tinware Manufactured. KJtf o Ctf CD S3 1 f! C2 CD 3 g CD pa o r. JT -B O S S P Cl "I W p: ft. C 5 a r o n rr ft s a ti T i-l J C P t 2 n 3 P S 1 zr. ce tc o t T o 5 5 Free to Hook Agents. An Elijrant!y Bound Canvassing Rook for tb best and cheapest Family lilble ever published, will be sent f jw of charge to anv look axent. It contains ovcr?00 line Scripture Illustrations and ascitis are nu-etinif with unprecedented succe.-s. Addiess, statin experience, etc., and we will show you what our mreiits are dolnif. NATIONAL I'L'MUSHIMJ t . Chicago, llf. St. Louis, Mo., or Philadelphia. Pa. l8-4t Forewarned. Forearmed. To be fore armed note when you are threatened with all the ailments caused ,y ieb!ltt!Ulu Spring and Summer weather. H to make freo u of which will make the Liver active, assist 1I freittion. Fiiriry the MimmI. strengthen the I terlnr and Urinary organs. Invigorate tho MyNtetu, nnd make vou enjov life as youoiiKlit. Price 1 a bottle. Joif.N y. Kkllogu. Agent. New York. lttvM, 200 PIANOS and ORGANS S'w and Necond-IInnd. of FlnM-ClaMw ."Maker, will he sold at Lower Frire for cash, or on liitnllnientn. or forr-nt in City or 4 'on ii fry. it uring this mouth, bv II OKA 4' K WATCHMANOV o. 41 llroadwny. than ever before ottered in New York. HFK. 4'l ALTV: FinnoM and Organs to Let until the rent money pavs thr price of th Instrument. I II tit rated 4'atalfKueM mail ed. A Large IMvcount to .11 inlatera, C'hnrcIieM, (School. BodgeM, etc. Iw4 F Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all Throat Diseases, Wells' Carbolic Tablets. PCT CP ON LY IN IILl'K ROXKS. A TKIKI AXI MI'IIK ICU.WKUV. Sold by Druggist. imi. Hieh Farming Lands IX NKIWtASKA, Xew For Nale Very t'hcapl Ten Yenr reilit. Intercut only O pt r tnt. SEND FOR "Till; PIONEEK." A handsome Illustrated Paper, containing th Homestead Law. A NEW Nl MltEUJust pub- iiHiicu. iiKineu iree to all parts of tli. world. Address, K.-tt Imd Commission O. F. IAVIH. I'. P. It. R.. OMAHA, .SKI!. 2 rn OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. HAPPY llelief for Y'oung Men. from the ef feetsof Errors and Abuses in earlv life. Man. hood restored. Impediments to marriage re moved. New method of treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Hooks and Circulars .cut free in sealed envelopes. I Address. lloWAKo ASSOCIATION No if South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.-an I list I -) lutioii having a high reputation for honorable -iMitiu-i iii(i proics.Hiuuai skiii. O-VllI PIIILADLPHIA STORE. Solomon & Nathan, DKALFItS IN FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES FURNISHING GOODS. Largest. Cheapest. Finest, and best Assorted Stock in the City. We are prepared to sell cheaper than they can be purchased elsewhere. GIVE US A CALL and examine our good. restore on Main street, between 4th ard 5th streets, Plattsmouth N'eb. lctf. Xew Store ! New Stock ! Mr. William G. "Woodruff having taken the Store formerly occupied by Air. Katon, will keep a full and com plete stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. All kinds of country produce taken in EXCHANGE FOR GOODS I propose to sell low, and keep a STOCK OF NUMBER ONE GOODS, and hereby invite mv friends to call and exam ine the new outfit. Grangers especially invited to call and get prices.before ordering goils.a way from home. I propose to SELL TO GRANGERS, At Chicago Rates. WM. G. WOODRUFF Wm. F. nrcx?rKT, Clerk. l-yl BARNUM'S HOTEL, Cor Broadtnry and Tinntu th Street, NEW YORK. ON BOTH AMKIIICAN & F.CROPKAN PLANS. Complete with Ml modem iiiH-ovemeiiU ; rooms vi Kiiifc and single; private parlors, bat lis. elevators, &e. Uiealiou in. surpassed, being iu the very centre of fashion nnd brilliant New York life, in proiiuil v to Chnrehes and places of Amusement, and' ljon & Taylor's. Arnold & Constable's ami J. &" C. Johnston' Dry Ooods palaces. The hotel Is under lfr iiiaiiair.-mciit of A. S. I!.u num. formerly of Har nums Hotel. H.iltimore; I.N. Creen. of Day ton. Ohio, and recently of New York, and Free man r.arinim.ot Hamum's Hotel, St. 1au1s. 21 -tf. or Seminal Manhood; How Lo, How Restored .lust published, a new edition of Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated Es. a on the radical cure ( wit Iron t mcdieine) of Si-kiim ATnicitii ka Weakness, involuntary Seniinul losses, BiHiTKM'i, mental and pin steal Inea pacity. Impediments to Marriage. Vic. ; ah, Cnxsi .vii'TKi.v, F.rii.KPNY, and l-'rr. induced by self indulgence or sexual rxtravagatiee. -'" I'liee in a sealed envelope, onlv cents. The celebrated author. In this admirable es say. clenrIydemoiiNiratfM from a thirty year's successful practice, that the alarming coiise-a tienccs of self-abuse, mav be radically cured without the dangerous' use of Internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out the mode of cure at oucw simple. certain, and effectual, by iirrniit of which every sullerer. no matter whal lu condition may be. may cure hinisrif cheaply privately and radically. ( f-This Lecture should be In the hands of (it very yo ith and man iu the land. Scut under seal, in a plain euvclow, post-paid to any address, on the recct4 of six cents, or two postage stamps. Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage Curd' prlc S cents. Address-1 be Publishers. Ml AS. .1. '. KLINK. Ti TO. Ii7 Howerv. New YorV. sep2t-ly Post Ofllcc IJox. VHrt. II. A. WATERMAN & SOX Wholesale and Iletail Dealers in Pine Lumber, LATH, SHINGLES, Sash' Doors. Blinds, &c- On Main Street concr 5th PLATTSMOUTH ... SKT. Naarly all diseases ortgfnate from fndlgstloti and Torpidity ol the Liver, and relief Is alway anxiously sought aftr. if the Liver Is Kcgula teil in its act ion. health In almost invariably o cured. Want ad action in the Liver causes Headache, Constipation Jaundice. Pain In tint Shoulders, Cough, Chills, Dizziness, Sour Htom- ..!. b,..,l . ... . in ,.t. i.:n;.... -. . I. - ci ii, i.iit- in lik; intuitu, minims jiuili ls ..ii r.il i i.t, Ilia hii.rf .1 n . .i-u. u i. . ,.f ei.irl, .i fl II, I'll'l l.llt- III Lilt; IlllUlill, 1II11IIMIS jlUlll palpitation of t lie huart. depression of spirts the blues, and a hundred other svintoms, w hich SIMMONS' LI VKK Khlil'LATOl: is or fur th it iian- eas in and DON'T BUY Until you have CAREFULLY EXAMINED OUR NEW TOADS hlATlll 0 which ni .ii.vii i.-h.-s mii'.h iiriii i.a ion is hi ul r..ii,i..lv tlk.it Ii'.m I.n..i. Hluni.curiul ... .-,!' ,,. ,i.i.. rrr iii,ji.-i..i.i. j acts mildly, effectually, and being a simple veg titles that it may be taken. It is hariulea C ii I J . ii iii.i iT-rii n-,,-11 iifi in , f-ifti 1..... .1..I.. .1... I I . . ... ' II . . iimiiiiit-iisi'i im- mum iiiiu icaiircin an innsoi the country will vouch for its being the pumt aud best. Simmon's Lirrr Regulator, or Meri'-in 9 Is harmless. Is no drastic violent medicine. Is sure to rurf if taken regularly. Is a faultless family medicine. Is the cheapest medicine in the world. Is given with safety and with the happiest re sults to the most delicate infant. Does not Interfere with business, Docs not disarrange the system. Takes the lace of (juinine' and Hitters of every kind. Contains the simplest and best remedies. For Oaie by nil Iruvclit. i avrifv -r -".-sry - i r STATE At;ENT ' AND LOW RESERVOIR - - n BV M feb!3' W. J. nESSFR. As we have 12 good reavms why they will do your work. QUICK AND EASY, CHEAP AND CLEAN. BECAUSE They are cheapest to buy, Thev are cheapest lo use. The'v bake evenlv ond quickly. Their operation is perfect, Thev have alwavs a jiood draft. They are made of the best material. They roast perfectly, Thev require bnt little fuel, Thev are very low priced. They are easily managed. They are suited to ali localities. Every Stove guaranteed to give Satisfac tion SOLD BY EXCELSIOK MAX'G COITPXSY ST. LOCIS, MO..AXD T. DUKE & Co. ft; Halladays Patsnt Wind Mills. Double and SinIo artfng Force and Farm Pumps, Feed Tilills, etc. The Hailaday Mill has stood Ithe test for six teen years, both in the L'nited States and Eu rotie and is the only one generally adopted by all Principal Railroads and Farmers. Terms Liberal. Send for Catalogue and ' A. L- STKA.VO. Lincoln, List, Prico eb. Agents Wanted Str"tVS,.rn,! and Catholic, with lUetiouary. Hook m of the Uible. etc.. fully illntrated. sam ple copv at wholesale pnees. YOST, Publish er, ansmarketstreet, Philadelphia. I2w. A DAY GUARANiEEO ue.ng oue WELL AVCZH & DRILL ia good territory. Eaderd by Gevarnora ci iOV.'A, Ar.KA.NSA3 A DAKOTA rLATJSMOUIH. .VFB. ZrX.:&i f;:.