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" f tTKSDAY, JUI-.Y 23, 1874.
J.i. MACMUlirilY;-.: Editor.
' irt proceedings in full next weet.
Xitniskit City Chronicle . is
':ir Into tlic tax question in tlwtt
, v.iA ve expect to "be obliged to
.v suit soon.
.HOKE RL'SH'ANS WHEAT CROWD
THE MEN O'MKHTS AUE II EKE
SEVEN CAR-LOADS OF THEM ALL
I L A T S S M 0 U T II RUSH-AS-ONE-MANTo
SEE 'EM I ! !
i our "U'est Point fi ionJs and others
' :-."li of Ulj "big winding" who are
"l'ing up Frank Welch for (Sover
propose to throw their congress
'' :, Hon. L: Oounse overboard alto-
: r; ov'ilo they expect tis to give
- . n Congressman and CJovernor
! -a North of the Platte?
T'ic X'hieagoan.s are just now indig
: : : t nt their Chief of the Fire Depart
i t, and charge inconipetanee &c.
. was elected on the reform niov
; :-t and placed there, it is said, solely
1 - 'is; he could cany the German
and without any regard to his
. . Jcations for that cilice. When
' our people learn that gas and prom
' . r.ever reform anything.
i RANI) JURY PROCEEDINGS.
. liurnhain, the man arrested for
.. murder, was acquitted, there not
" : ; sufficient evidence before the
' . . A Jury to warrant an indictment.
aiiist Thos. Keelerin for stealing
: .. ?, the Jury found a true bill.
?y also found four other indictments
-".'nor offenses and adjourned Wed
i . .. I.iy forenoon.
MITTINU OF THE KEI'I'RLICAX
( ' EN 1 II A L CO M M I I T E E.
' Republican Ccntcal Committee
" meet at Omaha, in the office of Mr.
. Bristol, on Tuesday, July 28th In
' . at 4 o'clock, I'. M., for the pur
:' of calling a State Republican Con
ion, and apportioning members
. i of.
F. M. Johnson, Cliaiunan.
. . lit si : w a tkk, Secretary.
r t i ,un
i: : At Cheyenne, on Monthly, the 2th, in
:!iirty-tliirtl year fif his age, John Xfw-
youngest son of John (1. Hays, of Platts
' 'Ji. Nebraska. His remains were brought
family burying Rrouml, ft this plac,
. ::it i red on Tuesday evening.
Newton Hays was born in
: ::;: Id, Ohio, October, 141. He
to Nebraska in 1H57, a mere lad,
i . ig already learned the rinters
! . Printing oHices were not num-
i in Nebraska at that early day
.. f .'e young Hays returned to Ohio
; . On the breaking out of the
. he joined the 81st Ohio infantry
" .. as shortly promoted to a Lieu
. ; i try and as quartermaster of the
; regiment followed" Sherman
St :t. In 'C" lie returned to this
.' '. ;intl became foreman of the
vli oilier, then under the nian
lit of II. I). Hathaway, where he
; .. itifed for three years, largely aid
i iy' his thorough knowledge of
".ng and his pleasant ways, in
"ng up this paper to the pro
: ' his of u fr'st class weekly county
In 'OS, Mr. Hays went to Fre-
. He and Sam. Chapman, his in
V friend, drove from Plattsmouth
..mont, a long tiresome journey
t. On arriving opposite that town
-' were obliged to leave tliqir team
" crossing the river in a skilT, partly
l-.ig, they walked to town, some
i miles from the landing. Chap
: went to bel; Hays ever gritty,
ami full of work commenced
:ess at once and before nightfall
:l so inspired the people of Fre
: with bis own pluck and enthusi
. that the Fremont Tribune that
r;ioon became a fact. A few weeks
. the presses, type &c. were on the
r . . and for four years J. Newton Hays
that same Tribune one of the
- -. '!---st,best and most reliable of coun
" pers. His reputation as an edi
temled the State over and no
r man in our midst stood higher
' -.1 brighter prospects before him
. Hays. Rut the fell hand of
. . i was upon him, already that cruel
' ' er of American homes, consump
had marked him for a victim. A
; -:? cold brought on by falling
i i ;h the ice at Plattsmouth, gave
: itart that way and his untiring
v . lion to his business, for he was
- .t persistent worker, aided the
h . ause s; rapidly that in '73 he
.v-. -.'-.vd his connection with the Tri
i and went to Colorado for his
.h, entering into business tem
. - . ily at Cheyenne. His health im
: ed so much that he thought he
' I live in Nebraska once more, and
:. lurned to Fremont. Early in 74
.-moved his family to Plattsmouth
. !-:gain left for Colorado to seek
... r.iul health. His friends and re-
is in Plattsmouth never saw him
Just after he got the Tribune
: good footing, Mr. Hays married
: ; . daughter of Capt. Marshall, our
; is t master, and his death at this time
i p.vuliarly sad, as he leaves a little
' titer only about ten days old, and
i.is widow had not the mournful
ire of seeing his face once more
,vj lie Avas buried, or even of fol
.'" . :?ig his remains to their last rest
ON TUESDAY EVKNINO
f'"" personal friends collected at the
t- -t on tile' arrival of the late train
f : : Om;ha,p.nd with sorrow and pain
i . solemn cortege followed the re
; :..s of J.' Newton Hays to the ceme
: i . Rev. Mr. ' Bartle in a few
' le and CiTectivc words and prayer
-. ..igned his body to its long home,
'. with heavy hearts we turned away
i '.eft him there alone.
:r friend, our neighbor, and our
. .- . ry editor is gone. The busy brain
? -,;KW: forever. Those countless
:ies arid' plans of life are checked
t;e, aml'to-iriorrow as we take up
'"i- in agaiir; we' sital l-ealize to
liearts t-re how?' short is life,
sudden- ma? "be ' enr hist, hist
- -r . .f.M May that hist proof nel but
The vast and quiet City of Platts
mouth was thrown into inextricable
confusion and alarm, yesterday morn
ing, by the report that over thre thous
and Russians were rushin' down upon
us, half starved, and wholly unprepar-
j ed for a future world. All the town
rushed down to intercept them, and
prevail upon them to go on to Lincoln,
or some other one-horse town, where
they could stand the press of so much
Russian all at once.
On arriving at the scene of action,
your editor found tho R. It. men, from
Jimmy Dawkins to Ross Holdrege,
calmly surveying the Russian scene,
without the least symtoins of alarm,
and on careful inquiry, we learned that
USO Mennonites were aboard the seven
cars "forninst" us, and that they were
bound for Lincoln, where accommoda
tions have been prepared for them a
fe-w weeks, while their head men look
up final destinations for the whole
Colony. 125 children, and 25'adults;
think of 123 children in seven small
We went through the cars and
Moses! ! we never were so glad that we
happened to be born in America and
hav'nt got to emigrate here. "Little
Mac" Fred. Kroehler, Ren. Hemple,
Little Nathan and a host of other
Dutchmen were jabbering Rush-in (?)
to the browned up men and Gipsy
looking lassies on the cars anw it is
said several of them found relatives
there. Frank Stadter was talking
three kinds of languages out of each
corner of his mouth at once, and one
old lady claimed Frank for a grand-son
instanter, because his hair was most
white, just like his grand fathers, "dear
Just as the train was leavingStinch"
was seen Rush-in up to catch on be
hind, some one having told him that a
Rush-in uncle was aboard and had
10,008" Rubbles for him. "Stineh" was
after that uncie.you bet. Look out for i
the most barbarous letter in the lle
pubU'fin in a few days. Time's up
off goes the train and in goes this
scratch to our printers.
P. S. This is the same crowd that arriv
ed at Omaha yesterday (by the Ike) and
at Sioux City a week ago, and over on
the U. 1. to-morrow and so on. They're,
here now but will be some where else
another day. You knoAr they're Rush
ins, that accounts for it.
THINGS PAST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
From our Exchanges.
Senator Tipton is rusticating at his
home in Nemaha county.
The "Independent party" meet at
Lincoln on the 28st to make arrange
ments for a State Convention.
It is said that old Decaon Miller, of
the Nebraska Far mi r, is a candidate
for Governor. He may be elected, and
he may be struck with lighting.
The members of the Senatorial Com
mittee of the 12th Senatorial District,
meet at Hasting, on Thursday, the 20th
day of August, 1874, at 2 o'clock, p. in.
Welch thinks he can pinch his feet
enough to wear Furnas' shoes. It is
And still another Senatorial asnir
ant. Mr. VanWyek, of Nebraska City,
is the deluded individual. Sutton
The Blair Times says O. II. Irish, C.
W. Seymour, J. E.Lamaster and James
Thorn, all of Otoe count', want to go
Sydenham proposes to do it with his
littie potato patch.
Note ware with Russians and Italian
The feeling is general all over the
State, that it is time the political ball
was set in motion. A late convention
makes too much of political trickery,
and an attempt to conceal the true
character of nominees. By all means
let immediate action be taken. Sutton
It will be dillicult to tell how the
Democrats of Nemaha will vote this
fall. Should the Independents put
forth a conservative platform, and
nominate the right kind of men, we'
Believe the majority will vote that
way. Their inclinations are to beat
their old enemies, the Republicans.
AVell Dr.. this is rather plain sailing,
and if the Republicans among our far
mers are going to let themselves be
hood-winked by the mere name of "In
dependent," as a garb to cover over
the old cloak of Democracy, then we
confess we cannot apprehend the in
telligence of the yeomanry of our land,
for we do not think, and in fact know,
that they can see through some of the
movements to swallow up and control
the Grange vote, even after the oft ex
prefsed sentiment that the Change was
not a political organization. We aji
prehend the Democracy will have to
play some other card to trump the
Republican ticket with honest men as
It is stated that within thirty days a
new party will be fully organized in
Nebraska. In many places of the
counties the movement is in progress,
and a state convention is talked of, to
be held at Lincoln by the middle of
next month. Omaha Union.
Sutton Times: An insane Omahog
recently wandered into the county,
and ate grass for a living. He was sup
pose to be a candidate for state sena
tor. The prospects of Hon. Frank Welch,
for Governor of this State are bright
ening. From all parts of the State the
news comes, that he is the coming
man for that position. So far it is
agreed that no better man to till the
office of the Executive of this great
Commonwealth can be found. We
who know the gentleman, are aware
of the fact, but it must be rather grat
ifying to himslf and his friends, to
know that he is so unanimously ac
cepted throughout the State as the
best man for that important iosition.
We exiiect to see him unanimously
nominated as the Republican candi
date for Governor of the State at the
coming convention. Jfadinn Iiecuic.
If it were not for the special claims
of Col. J. II. Noteware we would not
object to the claims of Mr. Welch, but
as the CJtro n hie stands committed in
favor of Colonel Noteware it must of
course defend him. If Mr. Welch will
stand aside he may get a place in the
cabiiu-t of Governor Furnas when
elected President in 187C. Chronicle.
Owinr to our exceeding press of
business and the absence of the editor,
the Hkrald has overlooked a number
of small items, jokes and other etcet
era that have been happening along
for a week or two, and we now pro
pose to make up time.
one of the best fellows Plattsmouth
ever knew has left us and gone to Salt
Lake. At first we supposed William
had turned Morman, and that Ann
Eliza was .after him, but we are pleased
to learn oa further inquiry that he
has sworn to support the Constitution
of the United States (since the Poland
Bill) obey the criminal code of Ne
braska (on swearing) join the crusa
ders or lecoiue a Nun, all in the of
fice of Willett Pottenger. Esq., at
I'ncle Sam's Land Ofiicc in Utah Ter
ritory. Success and all good "wishes
go witli thee, William.
has found his vocation at last, he owns
420 acres of Nebraska soil out near
Kenesaw, and has three Granges and
two Meet in houses, besides 60 acres of
corn in full blast.
On Thursday, July flth, at the resi
dence of the bride's father, by the Rev.
Mr. Bartle. Mr. John Christianson and
Miss Blanche Bartle, all of Plattsmouth
And done while we were away. We
believe Christianson did that a pupposs,
so the IIekald could'nt "stand up
with em." Never mind, we'll be even
yet. For the present the Hkrald
wishes Mr. Christianson and family
the 'greatest and most boundless good
luck and success in life, none deserve
Among the other rubbish that has
accumulated on our "buck" is a "mem"
that a very happy and considerably
numerous party of;yo'ung Plattsmouth
Bloods went off on a surveying tour
for Uncle Sam, week before last. Fred
Dorrington and Geo. Fairfield went
along to bass the job, "Lon" Cunning
ham to see fair play and Billy Shryock
to write it up for the Herald; Billy
Wells went to take observations on
the cornet; Young Burton to see if
there is any Black stone up there.
What Joe. Fairfield, Hank Gingery,
Henry Kirkhain, Charley Kuhl, and
John Leach have gone for, besides car
rying stakes, chain and sieh this depon
ent saitli not. Hope they'll all bring
their hair and lots of Buffalo meat
Wash Smith, of the B.& M. Machine
Shops, has invented a very neat and
simple car coupler, which obviates all
standing between cars and lessens the
danger to life and limb in this busi
ness very much. Unless there is some
thing about this that we can't see Smith
has really struck "ile" and got a good
With the exception of William M.
Tweed, all the great official thieves of
large cities have been the product of
"people's movements." This is why
we are not enthusiastic for the ghost
of a 'movement" now in progress in
Missouri. Globe. . .
It is generally conceded that
Governor Furnas will receive a renom
ination at the hands of the republican
party in this state. The South Platte
country is strong for him, while many
in the northern part of the State be
lieve him to be the most availale cand
idate. The press generally have re
frained from expressions of preference
for any particular man, but enough
has been said to show that there is a
strong feeling in favor of the present
incumbent. It is argued that he has
been a firm and stead fast friend of every
interest calculated to enhance the wel
fare of this young state, and that a
better man for the position cannot
be found in the ranks of the party to
which he belongs. Union
You can't eat enough in a week to
last you a year, and you can't advertise
on that plan either.
The St. Louis papers satirize the
metropolis of the northwest by spell
ing its name "Shecawgo."
Julius Pepperburg, our peart little
cigar maker, has gone to "Shekagy" to
buy out a burnt block and put up a
big brick cigar manufactury, as a
branch to his Plattsmouth establish
ment. Success to Julius.
Mr. Mc Arthur, an old Burt county
acquaintance.and at present canvassing
agent for one of Fowler's best works,
"The Lcience of Life," called on the
Herald last week.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. M.
II. Hathaway, formerly connected with
this paper, now of Seward, while rid
ing with another gentleman near that
place, was some what injured by the
horse backing off a bridge, some fifteen
feet-Iiigh. No bones were broken how
ever. D. D. Andrus. Master Pleasant Ridge
(5 range, was in to see us last week and
took a Herald and Inter-Ocean in his
if he ever gets the last.
A. C. Touzlain, the best man in the
land business that the B. & M. ever
had is back again and we hope to see
him before long.
Mr. Lewis II. Young leaves us the
first real ripe new apples of the season
and delicious fruit they were too, real
Miss Ella Crocker, a well known vo
calist, hits returned to Plattsmouth for
a short visit.
Superintendent Morse of the B. & M.
has gone east cn a short furlough, and
Mr. Geo. Holdrege is cock of the w alk
in his absence.
Col. Sayage, of Omaha, was tumbled
out of a buggy and broke two ribs.
His Honor, Judge Maxwell, is in the
City on a short visit.
Lots of -strangers, County folks, and
a new Lawyer or two loom up on our
streets during Court week. - -
Mr. MeCallum was admitted to prac
tice in the Courts of Xebraska, on
Monday. Now go in and win.
Senator Hitchcock arrived in Omaha
on Sunday evening, looking sound and
Bob Doom, Democratic War
Sc. &c, is down here
from Greenwood hunting for good va
rieties of hay-seed to sow out on the
V. V. Leonard, our well known Pho
tographic Artist, has just returned
from the burnt City, unscorched by
the fire, and ready as ever for business.
Mr. L. has brought some new improve
ments with him, and will be prepared
to take pictures in the very neatest,
latest and best manner known to the
Photographer's Art, in a few days.
Call and see him, one and all,. who
W. M. Cunningham of the Kearney
Times called in on us yesterday morn
ing just as the Rushianscame upon us.
this accounts for tho rushin notice.
Reiorted by White. & D rrah.
Reported by Clark & Plummer
Chickens Spring per doz.
LATEST NEW YORK MARKETS.
New York. July 2!.
Money '. SSper cent
tiohl $1 10U
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Chmjaoo, July 21
WHEELER & BENNETT Real Estate and
' Taxpayins Agents. Notaries Public. Fire
ant'. Life Insurance Agents, l'lattMiioutli, Neb.
1 R. LIVINGSTON, Physician and Surgeon,
Tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Cass count v. Residence southeast
corner of Oak and Sixth streets ; office tin Main
street, one door west of Lyman's Lumber Yard,
SAM. M. fH.VPMAX. K. T. MAXWKI.L
IIAI3IAX A EAXM F.Mi,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and Solicitor In
Chancery. Ollice iu EitzgeraUl'.s Block, J'latts
A. L. Si-kaouk, T. B. Vll.sox.
NI'ItACiL'K & WII,S(IX,
Attorneys at Law.
rLATTSMOl'TH, - - NEBRASKA.
( rf torts Prtimitli Antten lcd to. 13-ly
(iKO. S. SMITH, H. li. WIXI'UAM,
S 31 IT II & VI IXimAM,
Successors to M:iriuett. Smith. & Starbird,
Attorneys at Law d-lltal Estate Brokers
I'LATTSMOITH, ... NF.IS.
Special attention jriven to Collections, and all
matters affecting tile 'litle to Real Estate.
Oflice on 2d fioer, over the rest Office.
Eclectic & Homteopathic Physici11-
;r-OEFK'E AND RESIDENCE,..
Comer ef Cth and Vine Streets, I'lattsniouth.
N i -bni.sk a.
CALLS ATTF.XiKD AT AM. HOCi:S.
Justice of tlic Teace.
Oflice on Main Street r'attsmout'i. Neb., near
ly opposite tlie Hkuai.ii ollice. Business hours
floin s A. M., to k. P. M.
All County business usually transacted he
fore a Justice of the Peace, will be attended to
bv the Subscriber.
General Collector of Debts.
Yeliraska State Itejjiter. A 40 column
paper, published at the State Capital ; full
of Stattf news ; independent iu eveiytliintr. neu
tral in nothing : t..Vt a year. Correspondents
and Agents wanted in every town. Wm. C.
Ci.ovii, Lincoln. Neb. Mtf
HEISKL. Proprietor. Have recently lwen
repaired and placed in thorough running
order, loo.ooo Bushels of Wheat wanted imme
diately for which the highest market price will
tillEENIIOUSE AND BEDDING
Time and money saved by ordering of me. T
have the largest and best collection of Plants
-ver ofTcred for sale in the West. Catalogues
free. Sweet Potato. Cabbage. Tomato, and oth
er Plants for sale in their season.
Address W. J. HEfcSKK. Plattsmouth. Neh.
F. L. ELSTER,
Is in receipt of the finest and
:assimeres. CLOTHS. YESTINGS. SCOTCH
GOODS, IRISH FRIESES, &c.
In fact, the largest and best assortment of
Cloths ever brought to this city, which I am
prepared to make up in'thc Latest Styles. C;rfl
ana examine Goods. . . - " aprilts.
FLATTS MOUTH, neb.
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED,
Always on hand, and for sale at lowest Cash
fc7The Highest prices paid for Wheat and
Tarf icular attention civen to Custom work.
Mr. Ilobson of Mt. Pleasant, brought
us in 5 varieties of apples, which he
has kept over from hist year, all in
oou condition; Geniten, Little Ited,
liomanite, Wine Sap, ilarch Apple,
and three varieties of early apples of
this years growth: Early Harvest, Ked
Astrakhan, and lied June. Brought
in July 17th, and the last year's ones
taste, for aught we can see, almost as
good as the new.
Singer ScMvins: Machines,
FOR SALE CY
F. J. METTEER,
With all the
EJTTRAS, ATT AC II ME NTS,
Also, Hows, Cultivators, Wagons and farm
Implements for sale.
E. G. DOVEY, Pres't.
E. T. DUKE, Treas.
FKED. G0KDER, Buyc
This Company w ill buy grain at the high cs
market rates at all times.
Scales and office at E. G. Dovey, Store, lower.
Main Street. IMart-sniMiith. Neh. . .vT
CEP A R CHEEK ADS.
J. lMIELDEU & SOX,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes and
Of all kinds, at the lowest possible rates.
Dealers in Grain,
for which the highest cash prices are paid.
Hides and produce of all kinds bought at rea
sonable rates, s""
luhelder'H Mtatlon.Ccdar Creek.)
51tf. - - Cass County, Neb.
CEDAR CREEK MILLS,
Good Uuniiinir- Order
and keep on hand the best assortment of
Flour, Corn Meal,. &c.
Especial attention Is piveu to custom work.
Satisfaction guaranteed. In exchanging Flour
C. SCHLUXTZ, Prop.
Also keeps a Flour Depot, at CLAKK & TLUM
Where will be found Flour. Grain. Corn Meal,
and Feed, at WHOLESALE & KETA1L and at
r-Ml orders within the city limits, prompt
ly filled herafter, from this Depot. 44-iy
Farmers Lumber Yard.
Having made arrangements in Chi
cago, and elsewhere, witlj extensive
dealers, I am prepared to furnish on
short notice all kinds of-
Lumber Doors Sash
at a reasonable rate. I also keep con
stantly on hand a full assortment of
Xails, Hinges, v
of all kinds. Those, wishing to build
will please call and see my stock.
LOUISVILLE, - NEB.
Bit ASS & STHIXG BAND.
PROF. FRANK ALBEE
announces to the public, that he li.ts organized a
FINE BAND !
both BKASS and STRINU at
Louisville, Cass County,
And is now prepared to play for FAIiTIES all
over the County, at very
' REASONABLE TERMS.
A caller will go with the Hand.
AMrrt, F. ALBEE.
B. G. HOOVER,
Keeps constantly on hand all Staple Article
Hoots, Shoes, &c.
In fact, everything usually kept in a Variety
Store, which" will be sold'on small profits foi
CASH. All kinds of lYoduee taken in exchange
for proods, and the
Highest Market Prices giren in Cash
tor Grain. 19
WEEPING WATER ADS.
IIUK1SAKJ), - - Tkop.
Main Street. Weeping.Water.
GOOD ACCOMODATIONS FOR
NEW DRUG STORE-
WKEPIXl! WATER, NEB.
T. L. POTTER,
DEALEU IN DRUGS. MEDICINE. TAINTS,
OILS. VAKNISH. I'EISFI MEUV,
CIOAKS. TOBACCO, ,
AND CLASS. . -
t-rrcscripUons carefully prepared. 16lf.
- ' Stoves.
Repairing done to Order and
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
New Firm in Weeping Water.
Fleming & Kimball,
(Successors of J. CLISBE CO.)
WEEPING WATER, XEB.
This new firm have just laid in a lare and
varied stock of goods, .
and will now offer thein for sale at the old
Stand in Weeping Water.
They respectfully solicit the patronage of the
people, and piopose to sell good goods
as cheap as auv one iu the Mar
ket. Try Us Once, and Sec.
has on hand, one of the largest stocks of
Clothing and Gents' Furnish
ing Goods for Spring and
"2y-I Invite everybody in want of anything in
my line to call at niy store.
SOUTH SIDE MAIX,
Between 5th & 6lh St's.
And convince themselves of the fact, I have
as a spectaltv in mv Retail Depart ments, a stock
of Fiue Clothing for Men and Boys, to which
we invite those who want goodo.
I olso keen on hand a large and we!! so- j
Jecved tfjock of Hjts, Caps, Boots, Shoe. c.
U. V. MATHEWS,
On (ft Street, and dealer in
Hardware and Implements.
Buckeye Keapej-s and
Garden City and Morrison
Wagon Wood Stock,
For your Groceries go to
Corner Third and Main street. rlatUmouth.
' (('uthnianu's old stand.)
He keeps on hand a large and well eleted
stock of ..: -
FANCY . OP.OCEIHIZS. COFFEES, teas.
SUC A It; SYRUP, BOOTS, SHOES,
&e.. Sc.. &e.. &c.
In connection with the Grocery is a
Bakery and Confectionary.
Highest price paid for Country Produce
?." A full stock at all times, and will not be un
dersold. "TirSe'noliee of the sipn
'EMrini: bake::y and g!:oceuy."
Good fresh milk .1 delivered dally at every
body's homo in Plattsmouth, if they want it, by
J. P. B e siu moist er.
Send In your orders and I will try and give
Pure Eailfe, ;
and serve you regularly. . 19-iy.
Hjs re-o)cncd his
in Plattsinouth once more, and now offvr to
our citizens, and the trade,
CHARS,'- TOBACCO, &c,
at the loj est wholesale and retail prices.
Call and see them before piu-chasins else
where, julils pkppkuhkih:,
E, T. DUKE & CO.
At the foot of Main Street.
Wholesale and Kctall DaJcra in
Hardware and Cutlery,
FORKS. &. Ac.
MYC'IIOMtXCYor HOLLClIAUa -
A In. I!olv either sex may tisclnnte and emu
tVlt love and utTcctioii of anv .eron tliey
choose instantly. '1 Ills slumlc. inent:il nt-outi-luent
nil ran posse, free, by mall, inr z.v to
gether with h iiiarriMKc Kitide. LVvptl'm Or'ac,
oreams. Hints to Indies. Wedding-Night Shirt
tkc. A queer hook. Address T. W ILLI AM a Co
Puns. Pliila. j.4t
Free 't o JUwkrA !;cn ts .
An Eli-intly Pound Cahvimsim; llnok for the
best and cheapest Family P.ilile ever publishcil,
will he sent ti'eu of charge-to anv book aul.
It contains ovY 700 jlne Scripture Illustration
aud ayrnts ;ilv meet inc . wit h nhpiccedentl
succos. Address, stating e perience, etc.. ami
we w ill show vou vt li.it i.iir agents are doini:.
NATIONAL M IU.ISIIIM; , chlcapi. III!.
St. Iiuls,-Mo., or Philadelphia, Pa. ' IG-41
All kinds of
T i n w a r e 31 a 1 1 u I a v t u red .
The special attention 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
for sale they will sell'it for you, if you want to
purchase they will give you a bargain.
If you have an
you desire to dispose of they will And you a
customer. If you wish to buy one they can
If you have
Property to Rent
they will rent it for you. And will
Pay Taxes for Non-Residents
and furnish any and all iuformation 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 jrive them a call.
PL ATTSMO L'Ti I,
0. F. JOHNSON.
PEA LEU IN
& f ?
c r 2 s -
2 5 "
2 2 6s
: "i K,
Solomon & Nathan,
IT A I. FliS IN
FANCY - GOODS, NOTIONS,
LADIES FUHN1SHING GOODS,
Largest. Cheapest. Finest, and best Assorted
Mock in tins City. We aiv. prepared
to sell cheaper than they
can lie purchased
GIVE US A CALL
and examine our good.
""Storc on Alain street, between 4lh ad "th
streets, Plattsmouth Neb. I6tf.
New Store ! New Stock !
Mu. William (J. Woonuvi r
having taken the Store formerly occupied bv
Mr. K.-uim, will keep a lull itntl com
plete stock of
All kinds of country produce taken in
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
l-orewnrnril. 'orearmril. To be fure
ariued iv nv when you are tlneatcneil trlth all
the ailments caused by debilitatiiUl' Spring and
.Slliniiier weather, is to make IMuse of
which will nrJke Mie IA ver active, asUt
rcMtiou. 1-urlfy.the bltH.il. Mlreiilhrii tho
I terlno and I'Hnnry organs. InviKoiate thu
Wntr inland make you enjov life as you outht.
I'llee 1 tt bottle, .loifx y. fv M.l.ix.d, AK' lit,
" 200 PIANOS and ORGANS
Xf and Merond-llnnd. of l'irMt-4'litMW
Slnkerw. will Im sold at l.owrr I'riren for
cash, or on I tint all mc tit m. nr for rent In 'lt v
or'oiiiitr.v.iiirliiu'Tiiisiiitnth. kv wli
VATiMAMO. So. 4SI tlroa.ltvMv.
than ever before ottered iu New N oik. HIK
'l AITV:-linuoM and Oritniin to I-t
until the rent minr) pas the price (f the
Instrument. I tl astrated nt aloif urn mail
ed. A l.nrtco lirount to 31 iiiiateiH,
ChurelieN, tSehoolM, I.odCH, etc.
Coughs, Colds, IToarseness,
and all Throat Diseases,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
PCTUPONLY IN IILI i: IIOXES.
a ticii:i axi Ki iti: ui:ubiv.
Sold by PriiKKiHt. lew.
Rich Farniini; Lands
Xew I'or Hale Very 4'lienp!
Tm VuinfrtuHr, lntnret tmtj i ir cent.
SKX1) FOH "Till; riONEF.U."
A hanilsome Illustrated I 'a per, eontniuiiiK tin
lioiuebtead Law. A NF.W NL'MI'.KKJuM juib
lished. mailed free to ail parts of the world.
Address O. ''. li t TIM,
Land Commissjuner I . I'. It. It.,
l"lt OM AM A, Xkk.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
HAPPY IN-Iicf for Ykiiiik' Men. from the ef
fects of Errors and Abuses in e;ulv life. Man
hood restored. Iinpeillmciits to manhiKe re
moved. New method of treatment. New anJ
rrniarkable reineilies. I'.unUs and Circulars hcnt
free iu sealed envelopes.
Address. !li)VAi:f ASSOCIATHC. No.
South Ninth Street. Phil.idi iphi.t, Ta. -an IiimiI
tiition bavin); a hih rcpul.'iliuii lor honornhU
conduct ami prolcssluiial skill.
"O fit II
B A RN U M'S HOTEL,
j Cor Ifnmdtray and Twentieth Strei-t,
j ON LOTH AMKK1CAN & HI IU IT.A N PLANS.
I Complete with all modern improvcmiTit :
rooms rn siiitf and sumlc ; M iv;itc pai lork,
batlis. elevator.. iic, l,n ;it inn iilsmiihimsciL,
beinu in the ! cr.tr" of fashion :iiid4rilliitiil
New rk llf.'. "In prnximltv to rlmrclics nud
jibices of Amiiseiintiit, j.inl I., i.i i Taylor's,
AllloMt t C'll.-t hle' :m't ,f. .', (.'. .Inhllitoll'
Pry (ioods palaces. The 1ml. 1 is under lh
manage! it t,f .. S. Pai'miui, f"i incrlv of P.;ir-
niinrs Hotel. iiuore ; I.N. liieen.of Pav-
ton. Ohio, and reeeutlv of New Vorft, nud Pre
man ll.iriiuni.of li.iriiiim's Hotel, St. Imii.
Manhood; How Lot', How Restored
.lust puhljshcd. a new edition i 1
Dr. Cuiverwrll'i Celebrated Ei-
on the r.ihc;iJ lire (withmit
mcilii'inc) of Si'i'it m a roitu ii k
Veakiiess. in volnnt :n v Semliiiil
Losses, iMro'i Kvo. mental and physical ihca
pacily. Iiiipcilimcii is to "ilarii.ij'if.'eie. ;
i'uxsi mitkiN, F.I'll. Kl"sv. ami 1- l is. indiii'eil
by self Indulgence or sexual extratau'imce.
"fJricc in a sealed envelope, oid i; cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable em
say, clearly demons! rales from a 1 li irt v ycar'
successful practice, that I he alarmiiij: cimsc
(iiences of self-abuse, may be radical y euieil
nitlioiit the dangerous" use ol inteiiial
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing out the mode ot cure at niirw
bimple, certain, and eirect ual. bv means
of which every sii'feier. no mailer what
Ins condition mav he. may miro himself cheaply
privately and ra'tically.
C'Tliis Lecture should be In the hands of -V(
ry youth ami man in the laud.
Sent under seal, in a plain eii elope, pirst - pub I
to any address, nu the receipt of Mxcrnbt, or
two postap" stamps.
Also Ir. Culver's "Marriage Ciildi.-."' pt iis- ,vj
Address the Publisher.
CJIAS. .1. C. KLIN I-:. A- CO.
Ill lluwrn . ew Vorh.
sejiL'l-ly Fost ()Hii e l'.ix. :"(;.
I propose to sell low, and keep a
ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE
ALSO IKALFR IX
O ' I
And Latest Publications.
Prescriptions carefully compounded by an 'x
Kemcmber the plnee. 3 CornerFifth and Main
Streets. Plattsnieiith. Xeb.
STOCK OF NUMBER ONE GOODS,
and hereby invite my friends to call and exam- !
Ine the new outfit, ilransrers especially invited j
to call and fretprices.lieforeorleriiif:po'olsaway j
from home. I propose to
SELL TO GRANGERS, j
At Chicago Uates. !
V.t. V.. M'OOOUCKF 1
Wm. P. Pexvf.tt, Clerk. l-yl
H. A. WATERMAN & S0X j
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in i
Sash- Doors, Bfinds, &c-
On 'lain Street eoner 5th
Xaiiy all diseases originate from Indigestion
ami Torpidity of the Livtr. aril r-!h'f is alwav
Hiixioiixly sniiht after. If the Liver is Ueuiiln
ted in its action, health i aimoil invariably r
cured. Want of action iu tha Liver caune
Ileadanlie, Constipation .1 iiindii e. l'lriufnthti
Shoulder, Couth. I 'hills, l)in-s. Sour Stom
ach, bad taste in the mouth. biiii attack,
palpitation of the huart. drpr'hion of spirts, or
the blues, and a hundred, other sMutoms, for
which SIMMONS' LI YLL KLOCLA'I lilt U tli
b st remedy that has ever been discovered, tt
acts mildly. elTectually.and being a shuttle veg
etable com pound, can'do no inbn v in any iinn
tiuei that it may be taken, tis harmless In
every way : it has been uod for ' years, ami
hundreds of the uood nil preat from all pnrtof
the country will vouch for it bem the puret
Simmon's Licer Regulator, r Medi'tir
I no drastic violent niedicin.
Is sure to cure if taken leirulariy,
1 a faultless family medicine.
Is the cheapest me'iliein in the viilil.
lspivrn ith afety and with the h..ppiet re
sults to the most delicate
Does not interfere with business.
Hoes not disarrange the system.
Take the place of Ooiuine and loiter f ex cry
Contains the simplest and best remedle.
For ftitfe hy all I)ruclM.
I'ntil vou have
Teople's Market ! !
At the People's Market you can find and
BUY FOR CASH!
anything usually kept in the
I pay CASH, and I must sell for CASH, and
Customers I Sell,
Mid oary :tk
but I exiect prompt and stir pay.
f:tf H. K. ELLISON.
Buying Totir Greenhouse and
DOXT send East for Plant when you can pet
Just as pood for less money nearer home.
To niv numerous friends and patrans I would
sav that 1 have the largest and best stock of
plants ever offered for sale in tb West, ana
at reasonable prices.
Be sure and send for my
"Yew Descrlpllve Catalogue.
... ... . . . . . i , ... v. n Mviltr frr it
wnicn win oe seni iret to an "i ". i
Then give me your orCersnd I feel confident 1
-A. JLm Strang
ST A 'IV. Af;CXT
"r M u k j-
As we have 12 good reason why they will do
QUICK AND EAS Y.
CHEAP AND CLEAN.
Thev are cheapest to buy,
Thev are cheapest to use.
Thev bake evenlv ond o,uiciJy,
Their operation is perfect.
They have always a good draft.
They are made of the best material.
They roast perfectly,
Thev require bnt liltle fuel,
Thev are very low priced.
They are easily managed,
Thev are suited to afi localities.
Everv Stove guaranteed to give Satisfac
tion Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MAX'G COMPANY
ST. LOt'IS, MO., AND
, L T. DUXE Co.
-rLA-:i?-:ocr-2, r,z$ s-pc-
jh-iL -i .rrr-5--; V"' '
Halladay's Patant Wind L -
loi:b!c tnd Single acting
Force and Farm Pum
Feed Mills, etc. -
The Halladay Mill has sfood Ithe test f r
teen year-. both in the United Slate aii l
rniw iinrl it the only one generally adopi..
Railroads and Farmer
Term Lineml. Send for CataloRite and V
List. A. L. STKAXO. Lincoln, Xi
CLOTHING, KCKM8HIN.O f;D. HAT:
CAPS. COOlS. SHOES. TKI XKS, ;
VALISES. CAKPET B.VtkS,
&c. &.C., &c, &c.
One of the oldet and most 'tellable Hou ?
in Phittsmouth. Main street, rx tween Iroun ;
and Pifth. ,
e7-EEME-iiEJ: Til- L'tAC,
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