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B. & U. R. R. Time Table.
?wrWi Sunday, January 20th, 187G.
FOX OMAHA FROM FLATTSMOCTH.
LeavtM 5 t5 a. in. Arrlve-s 8 -Vi a. in.
2ip. ia. 3 -.-15 p. ra.
FROM OMAHA FOR FLaTTSMOUTII.
Leaves ft :a a. m. Arr!v9s 10 :24 a. m.
4 aX p. in. " :05 p. ia.
soo p. ia. ' 7 :1S p. m.
FOR TIPS EST.
Iw Flattsinouth 9 :V m. Arrive Lln
oln.lx 15 p. i. ; Arrives Kearney, 8 :00 p. ui.
Ht. Loci ExritRvs Leaves Pi;)tt.sinouUi,
3f5 ;. in. Arrives, Lincoln, 6 :40 p. in.
freight leaven 7 :!0 a. in. Ar. Lincoln 12 :V p.m.
" ll;i-jp. in. ' 3:Wa.ui.
FROM Tlli: WEST.
L aTi Kearney. 5 -.to a. m. leaves Lincoln,
12 :46 p. n. Arrive Plattdinouth, S :15 p. m.
Si. Locijj KxPEKfeS LeavM Lincoln, 7 :20 a.
lu. Arrives Ilattsmoutk. 10 :24 a. in.
Fitdgnt leavs Llnoola 11:15 a. m. Arrives
Platuuuuuth, 4 :U p. w.
Verne Liiicola 7 :l p. m. Arrives Flatts
moKth, 11 :10 p. in.
Esj:vs, 6 :C0 a. m.
Passenger, (.train ach day) 3 :90 p. ra.
A RRIY At. AND DEPARTURE OF FLATTiS
XOU'l'H 11 AILS.
xisrrr.z, northern a Bouthkrx
Arriv. at - M a. m. I D"P?rt ?. f J
OMAHA VTA B. & M.
Arrivn at iooa.m. Depart at 1:1 p. m.
VkifTERN via b. & II.
Axrire at - S J5 p. m. I Dcpert at 8 :00 a. tn.
ArIt at K :"o ru. I Iepart Bt -" 2 :00 p. m.
i9rK ct.crps ft rsiox mills.
Acri7 at 12 9 ia. Depart at - 1 :00 p. i.
J. W. MARSHALL. P. M.
T!.cre will be spelling school to-night
nt tlio Snyder school house.
A trw Ctty orders lor sal.
Sleighing id 'most over, but we've
luvi lots of fun oat ot it. Haven't
Pencing, Joist and Scnntling, $20.00,
tJ. Waterman's. 29tf
HMer C. L. Muctzs will preach at
tho Court Il juae, on next Sunday, Jan.
USUI, ut 7 o'clock p. m.
Ilj ported lor.ver for overcoats and
ilcHksi, in stock, cheap at S. & G's.
Hiiea Crocker and Bennett started
for Atcliison, Kitnsus, on a visit, lust
Saturday, and will return in time for
the spring business.
FeLtr Merg( has a large and well
aborted stoek of glovw, collars, cufTs,
The "Forest Tur Soap" removes pim
p'.es end Eruptions, and cured chapped
at cost, at
SCIINA-sSE & GKAMBERG'S.
If the person who borrowed the
bucket, dipper and broom from the
jhool housa in Diat. No. 45, known as
ttie Synder echool house, will bring
thern b..ck nothing further will be
J. V. WECKUACXIfl
for the celebrated
the best in use.
List Wednesday night, after tiiei
cloic oithe Firemen's Dance, a sleigh
load of th3 dancers from the country
r.ime near meeting with a serious ac
cident.by the sleigh sliding oil a bridge.
The sleigh was badly broken, but, for
tunately, none of the occupants were
injured, with the xciiption of a few
FA!: 51 TO RENT.
A f.nu of about 1CD acres, with a
yujd Iiousa well and stable, to rent on
reasonable terms. A pply to Wm. Wet
tiikauip, Plattsmouth. U9 tf
On l..3t Snnday morning as the St.
Ij-.iii Et;)u v.u coining from Lin
coln, it ran iat-J th? re.ir end of the
construction train which w.u standing
a tha track at Ashl.n 1. The eagi
n2r of the construction train, Mika
Djjnelly, was engigid in oupling
when tha express struck the rear end
wf th- train forcing the car3 together
a:i.l squeezing him between them un
til ho was sensj'e3s and was picked up
for dead. A physician was immedi
atily ci'IiiJ. au'l hs is now expected
t- recover. Xo oth?r p?ison was hurt,
although the exprej3 was loaded with
Winter stock of
at Irmutntdy IteJuzed Prixt,
It at Weckbach's.
STATE HOSTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Lincoln. Nob., January 13, 1S77.
Th? winter meeting of the Nebras
ka State Horticultural Society adjourn
ed to meet again at Lincoln, February
7th, 1877, at two o'clock. This meet
ing will be devoted to discussions of
fruits best adapted to our soil and cli
mate, insects and other ills detrimen
tal to fruit culture; fruit and forest
tree hedge planting, and other kindred
subjects that may suggest themselves.
Also to reception and reading reports
from counties, and a revision of our
fruit list. It is hoped there will be a
general attendance, and full reports
Daniel H. Wheeler.
Neb. tnt Horticultural Society.
TO THE GRANGES OF CASS COUNTY.
Tho M.ers and past masters P. of
II., and their wives are requested to
mpet at Eight Mile Grove, on Thursday,
Feb. 1st, 1877, at 1 o'clock p. ra for the
purpose of recommending some one for
County Deputy, and to discuss other
matters of importance.
By request of the State Master, per
Ii. Siebold. Church IIowe.
January 22d, 1877. .
The best of fine French Calf boou made at
Merges slio store. Repairing done nice and
We dropped into Ilatt's butcher shop
the other day and saw a line array of
beef hanging up against the walla.
1300 lbs and over of dressed beef.in lusci
ous streaks of red and white that would
make an anchorite's moutli water.' Att
halso 'ad some eavy 't.gs for sale.
Assortment of ladies cloaks cheap
at S. &. G'a. S2tf
Here's what the Bee says about Sam
Chapman at the late election for Sena
Sam Chapman created the sensation
of the day. If he should live a thous
and years, he could not succeed in mak
ing a more complete surprise, nor stir
the multitude to that depth of feeling,
which his vote created to-day, for a
moment after he had spoken the name
A few pairs Full Blood Berk
shire Figs for sale Enquire at this
COX Gl LMORE Married at the residence of
John Gllmore, in ML Pleasant precinct, Cass
County, Neb, ou tUe 13tl Inst., by A. N. Sulli
van, Justice of the Peace, Mr. A. P. Cox to
Mauy E, Cilmokb.
Tho most harassing symptoms of
Bronchitis and Consumption, are pal
liated and relieved by inhaling the hot
vapors of tho Solution of "Forest Tar."
It cures Catarrh. 12-t4.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. N. Shera, Rock
Blulfs, had a son born to them on the
13th inst. Mr. Shera U a brother to
Jos. Shera, the well known merchant
and Miller there.
J.Y. Weckbach will pay in cash or
goods the highest market price for any
amount of potatoes. 29tf
Everybody Lj hatching out grasshop
pers in a bottle now.
Good Standard Prints 16 yards for
33-tf SCHXASSE & GRAMBERG'S.
IN A SNOW DRIFT.
On last Friday night a party consist
ing of two young men and their ladies
who resided south of here started in
a sleigh en route for a spelling school
held at school house. All went
weli for about two miles, when lo! the
horses stopptd suddenly and the party,
to their chagrin, found that they were
in a snow drift about five feet de-sp,
and the horses unable to pull them oat.
What a dMemrna! One of the young
men jumprd out and carried the young
ladies to terra firma, and he must have
been very much exhausted from the
way he breathed. The sleigh was fin
ally freed from its snowy bed, and the
young folks, once more seated, pro
ceeded toward their destination, a;:d
all went happy as a marriage bell. X.
Th time of year for general settle
ment is upon us. and as I endeavor to
meet all my bills promptly, I desire
those indebted to me to come in and
settle their accounts. I am always on
hand prepared to do such work in the
blacksmithing line as my patrons fa
vor me with, am also prepared to fur
nish wagons, cutters, &c, to order, on
the best of terms.
42t3 - Il.J)OXXELLY.
TYSOX Died, at hU residence near Weeping
Water, on Saturday, Jan. 20th, Mr. Matiiia
Tyson. In theTOth year of his age.
Mr. T. was born in Virginia, moved
from there t Ohio, from there to In
diana, then to Illinois, thence to Mis
souri, and afterward to Texas, thus
keeping in advance of civilization all
his life. From Texas lie came to Ne
braska in 1855, and settled near Weep
ing Water, making him one of the old
est settlers in Cass County. He was
father-in-law to Mr. John Stine, living
near the same place.
' FARMERS ATTENTION!
Julius Pepperberg, Cigar Manufac
turer, on Main StM Plattsmouth, Xeb.
Cigar Clippings of Spanish and Ameri
can Tobaccoes for smoking purposes.
For Hale. Bost qualities of plug-smok-:ng
tobacco always on hand. 20-tf.
A SEVERE FALL.
Miss Sarah Lecsley met with a most
unfortunate accident the other even
ing. In attempting to cross from the
east side of sixth street to Mr, F. S.
White's house she slipped on a smooth
place where the boys had been sliding
and fell in such a manner as to break
her arm near the shoulder a severe
Farmers take Notice!
SALT CHEAP AXI PLENTY.
82.10 per barrel.
It at Weckbach's.
Young, the batcher that keeps Fiih,
killed a cow this week that weigh
ed 1490 lbs., beat that ye butchers. It
was the fattest beef we ever saw.
That's the kind Young always keeps.
Dried California Fruits, grapes and
apricots, at J. V. Weckbach's. tf
The Pat. Wood Box Stove Polish
Paste and the Pat. Wood Box Shoe
Blacking have only to be once used to
be appreciated. See cut of them in an
other column. For sa'e by A. W.
IIollways Pills are a sure remedy
for all sexual complaints and may be
taken by females of all ages, who are
suffering from a disorganized system
or those distressing diseases in partic
ular which frequently occur (from in
attention at the turn of life.) They are
so mild that the most delicate female
may take them with perfect safety. 23
cents per box or pot.
GREAT BARGAINS !
I bought a large job lot of
and sell them
BELOW WHOLESALE TRICES.
NOW IS YOUR TIME,
before Viey are all gone.
CALL AND SAVE "MONEY.
On Saturday, the 10th day of Febru
ary, 1877, at 12J o'clock p. m., there
will be another meeting of the Cass
Countv Arrricult-ural Societv. at tlit of-
; lice of the Secretary, over Dr. Chap
man s drug store, tor the purpose of
taking into further consideration the
future interest of the Society.
R. B. Windham, President.
In connection with the above notice,
I desire to state in answer to the many
questions put to me, by letter and oth
erwise, that the five years for which
we leased the present Fair Grounds
has expired, and that other arrange
ments must be made. Propositions to
secure tl.e Fair Ground", from any part
of the county, will be received in a fa
vorable light by the Society the prop
er way to present your claims would
be by sending a committee. A major
ity of votes will control the location of
tlio grounds. Committees should be
deiinite in their propositions, and pre
sent something tangible. The Society
i3 an institution of the county, in which
all may have a voice and vote by becom
ing a member. Don't forget the day,
Feb. 10th, 1S77, at 12 o'clock.
R. B. Windham.
BEST NEW SALT,
at $2.23, at
SCIINASSE & GRAMBERG'S.
Our Artist Frank Stadder showed
us some fine oil Miniatures, they are
very true to nature.
Go to Murphy's or Frank Carruth's
and see some of those elegant glass oil
portraits, finislted in Parisian style, by
Franks aittr. 44t2
One of our Doctors wa3 called upon
by .1 seamstress who felt indisposed.
He inquired as to her health, and she
responded very appropriately, "We'd
it's about sew sew, doctor, but seams
worse to-day, and I have frequent
stitche3 in the side." The doctor hem
med as he felt her pulse, said she
would mend soon, and left a prescrip
tion. Country produce taken at the highest
market prices, at Schnasse & Gram
berg's in exchange for goods. tf
Tho Presbyterian Sociable will be
held at the residence of Mrs P. L. Wise,
on Tuesday evening, Jan. 30th. A gen
eral invitation is given.
By order of Committee.
I would be pleased to inform the public in our
vicinity that I have a workman now that is ca
pable of niaitiiix the finest, most tasty, and du
rable L-idies Shoes and Gentleman' Boots ' n
tlu County, which ire vents me from sndins
cast for the tops as in former daw. I received
the premium at the Fair for his fine work and
neat design. 1 warrant Cis and satisfaction.
OIL AND CRAYON PORTRAITS,
ALL SIZES. AFTER PHOTO
GRAPHS, DONE IN FIRST CLASS
STYLE, BY FRANK STADTER.
SAMPLES CAN BE SEEN IN .
CARRUTH'S ART GALLERY.
Summer a.s well as winter has iU
changes, and sufferers of lung, throat
and chest diseases should always be
on their guard. Dr. Greens Expector
ant will relieve Coughs and all irrita
tion and prevent Consumption and
SEND IN YOUR JOB WORK.
Posters Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads,
Envelopes, Pamphlets and Cards print
ed at this office. All work expedi
tiously and neatly executed.
Rclx-ris razor steel scissors, sold on
ly at Weckbach's. 42tf
The bcid and finest boots are made at MVrccs
She Store. He received the premium at the
IJltlNU IT IN.
Some wood, corn or potatoes will be
taken on subscription at this office.
Two car loads ot line salt just re
ceived from Mackinaw, bought before
the rise, at J. V. Weckbach's.
for the Cnest exhibition of leather t the Fair,
consist in;; of Congress and AlU'itor skins. Mo
rocco, and tha linest French Kid, Patent Leath
er, and French CaU-skins. and I always keep
them on hand to manufacture into Ladies
Shoes, Button or Lace, an'l (Jents' Boots and
Shoes in th most complete and artistic in an
ncr. 1.3 j j FisrEit Mekoes.
at cost. 'at
SCIINASSE & GRAMBERG'S.
Messrs. Slreight & Miller are running
a full team, turning off harness work
in quantify. We were surprised to see
the amount of work thev are making
and selling. Good work and genial
manners "will count. Give them a call
and thev will tit you out to Your satis
faction. V 30tf
Many thousands of dollars have been
spent in distributing, free of charge,
Sample Bottles of Bosch EE's German
Surcp to all parts of this country, to
those suffering from Coughs, Asthma,
Hemorages, Consumption, and othtr
Throat and Lung Diseases, that the
aitlicted might satisfy themselves, that
this remedy would save from those fatal
diseases. No person hits ever used this
medicine without getting immediate
relief, yet there are a great many poor,
suffering, skeptical persons coing about
our streets with a suspicious cough,
and the voice of consumption coming
from their lungs, that will not try it.
If you die, it is your own fault, as you
can go to your Druggists, Chapman &
Glas, and get a Sample Bottle for 10
cents and try it; three doses will re
lieve any case. Regular size only 75
Finest Canada Maple Syrup at
39-tf Schnasse & Gramberg's.
By universal accord A yek's Ca'
TnARTic Pills are the best of all pur
gatives for family use. They are the
product of long, laliorious, and success
ful chemical investigation, and
their exttnsive use. by Physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized na
tions, proves them the best and most
effectual and purgative Pill that med
ical science can devise. Being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their
use. In intrinsic valu:: and curative
powers no other pill can be compared
with them, and everv person, knowing
their virtues, will employ them, when
needed. They keep the system in ner
fect order, and ma n'ain in healthy
action the whole machinery of life.
Mild, searching and effectual, they are
specially adapted to the needs of the
digestive, apparatus, derangements of
which they prevert and cure, if timely
taken. . They are the best and safest
physic to employ for children and
weakened constitutions, where a mild,
but effectual,' cathartic is required
For ale iv all Daler
CO. CLERK'S OFFICE, )
January 17th, 1877. )
The assessors of this County are re
quested to meet at this otlice on Tues
day, February Gtli at 2 o'clock p. rn., to
receive blanks and copy of the -laws,
and such other instructions as the com
missioners may see fit to give concern
ing assessments. C. P. Moore,
43t2 County Clerk.
Cheap for Cash, the following property, at
the County Farm, two miles went ol riatts
inouth, Nebraska :
5 head work horses.
40 head stock hogs.
3 milch cows.
1 open buggy-
1 road aso:i.
2 stirring plows.
1 mowing machine.
2 set double harness.
1 set hungry names.
And other articles too numerous to mention.
The above property must be sold by MarcU
1st, 1877. 13tC R. H. & S. P. VAXATTA.
If you want to get your chimneys
cleaned or your stave polished, call on
Clias. Brown, or leave orders at John
Boone's barber shop, at any hour of the
da' or night. 50 cents a stove and 50
cent3 a Hue. ' 42tf
A new American and a new Wi'son
for sn'.c at the Herald OiBce.
AfO-VZF TO LOAX.
Money to lo:m on long time, ou improved
farms in Cas Co., Neb. Ofuce over F. Y . Itott
man'9 Store, Main street. Neb. Citv.
353IU K. II. & J. S. MlI.LEK.
Mrs. F. Elslerand Miss Nellie Short have prone
into the dressmaking business, and would be
pleased to have those in want of work in their
line to call and see them at the residence of Mrs.
Lister, one door west of the Saunders
House. Satisfaction c'larauteed and charges
A good steady girl, to do general
house-work. A good girl will receive
good wages and a permanent situatior,
Apply at this office, or t AY'. L. Wells.
County Clerk's office.
The Centaur Liniments
greatest remedies ever discovered for all flesh,
bone, and muscle ailments liitcs. Bruises,
Swellings. Burns, Rheumatism, SUIT Joints, &e.
What the White Liniment doe3 for the lrumau
family, the Yellow Liniment does for horses
and animals. . They are cheap, they are conven
ient, and tlicy are certaiu in their effects.
Children cry for Pitcher's Cxstorit.
It is as pleasant to take as honey. It contains
no morphine or other deleteriom ingredient,
and is sure to expel worme, cure wind colic, reg
ulate the bowels and Stom:ieh. aad overcome
irritation caused by ra!i or cuttiiiii teeth.
Mothers can lest and children enjoy health
who use Castoria. It is harmless, it is certain,
it is speedy, and it is cheap. 3tl3
Our eiterpri.sing?"nd successful mer
chants, E. G. Dovey & Son, are still at
their post, supplying customers with
everything in the line of general mer
chandise on the most reasonable terms,
stock kept full and complete. SDtf
TEA CIIER-1 EAA MINA TIONS.
Notice is hereby given that I will examine all
persons who may offer themselves as candi
dates for tca'-hers of the, common schools of
this county, at ir;y n trice in the town of Weeping
Water, on the last Friday and Saturday of each
and eveiy month, coiiftuencing at 10 o'clock
Dated this 8th day of.Iamiarr, A. V. 13".
G. 1!. . KIPI'EX.
43tf Co. Sup't of Pub. Instruction.
Also at the Com t House, in Plattsmoiali. on
the first Friday and Saturday of each month.
Ci, B. CK1PFEN.
Dv virtue of tvo executions. Issued by C. I.
Moore, Clerk ol lh- District Court, within and
for Cacs County. Nebraska, tby Win. L. Weils,
bis liepucy.) and to me directed, I v. ill on the
6th dav of February. A. 1. 1S77. at lo o'clock
a. in. of said day. at the south floor of the Couil
House, in the City of Plattsmouth, ii: said Coun
ty, sell at public au-tion the follo.vin;; real es
tate, to-w it : Lots one (1 ). two (v), seven (7) and
eiht (S) in block twelve (1) iu Voting & Hays'
addition to the city of PlatU'muuth, Ca.-.s Coun
The came bcinir levied upon and taken as the
property of C. Heisel, defendant : tosatis'yj
iiultnienls of said Court, recoveredby Dnrtihee,
McKiilop & Co., and Nclo:i . Co., plaiu;ius.
l'lattsuiouth, Neb., Jan. 3 . 1ST7.
41 15 ;.I. B. Ct ix'.t. SherLT.
ESTKA Y NOTICE.
Taken no by the subscriber. In Rock BU;fTs
Precinct. Cass County, Nebraska, on the 2d ii:;v
of December, 1870, one black pony, between G ii
9 years old, about twelve hands hiirii, l:s no
mark crbrands (but has been worked and rf.de
as tlire is saddle and collar marks;. Signed
tiiis tlth day of December, lsrfi.
4lto TiiEoDotJE D. Buck.
Are one of the most valuable of our native
fruits. Cooling and as(rtn;.'ent, they form when
compounded and. medicated the very best and
safest remedy known for Diarrhea. "Dvsenterv,
Flux, and what is commonly called. 'Summer
Complaints. These are always troublesome and
sometimes terribly fatal, especially anion;? chil
dren ; many lives might be saved by giving them
prompt attention and care. On the other hand
many lives are sacrificed by the use of prepara
tions containing laudanum' and other opiates.
Dr. (ireen's Blackberry cordial is just what it
represents to be : a pure medicated compound
containing nothing injurious to t lie system, yet
prompt to ciieek and cure these diseases in nu-n
and women. Bein.T made without alcohol, it is
the very best ai.d safest remedy for children.
After this disease is cheeked the body is gen
erally left worn and debilitated. A daily and
moderate use of lir. Green's Bitter Tcnio will
revive and build it mi. givki-r tone and viiror to
the whole system, with an increased and heal
thy appetite. If your druggist doea not keep
Dr. Green's Family Medicines, send to the pro
prietors, K.T. Hartruft & Co.. Burlington. Iowa,
and they will send you trial s-uunJe.s. as well as
circulars and testimanials. For sale by W. E.
Donelan and O. F. -Jviinsun. 5-yl.
Choice Wines, Liquors,
BEER, ETC., ETC-,
H EADOU ARTERS.
Cheapest Place in Town.
litis' Ale on drau.jht or hy the Tl t!le.
Families Sup)lied ly the Do::n.
C9t4 P. B. MURPHY.
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year in advance. Address McBrids & Clakk
sox, Lincoln, Neb.
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s'-uav buttons, Rn i iii;cj f ii.iintaUo Ln.-r Sot, pin nl
dn'.D.ist p;.iU, 25 con".. Q packus. with Rortwl Jw-
QTD; & CO.,7C0 Ercadway.N.Y
e-t:c:r; It c3. Tr TJ.OV o COi: tlN AT.'OV. Tar fc npi
I'eucii. I'onlio.utT i m: in, J rM-r. I't: kr!f. cmr.i n
e.;-t.or, rn: t rav.i r 1 LfLcr, t-ui lu lcI,lno T'irrj. I
r..u.r. i I St K. ; irTL.-iais.C'i...'.: , cS l.o"U !! Eyes.
I a:.T. a-aii' 15 t. tc. fuifi rr.inr.utn iwnrU, U
I tfvl !c.i.e! l. - an! w! I la r a ur,.!l.a. A-wtU
r- :a:c I'-iR. y :u ..v I; !, t;,, ,,lliip nice t-::.
Knr..p., 23 tix r..r R . l -i-,. r.;i:,.., v ;-oatinc-
t.i Ai-un . H-nil f..r mn. 1 - - -r.cn ru rnvu yjur
iZlxlVLV., Bimz & CO.,
F..LHCii Z'jua v.yLr., coirs,
i .lir!-T.?iT3 Trz.a'.v i, or:3 (-.'Jinf ifi i-r.i.'n.
I arf'.-w r.'-';i ', p .- i :C: o.i ia tvt jm:ps
Tiie SL Louis Fan Peep,
Patent Meta! Lined.
Thes3 Ptuxtria aro net
ezcelled ia flnicb. cr
trorkmsnsliip, and th.o
Gbjoctiona to tho cori
noa Y7 o o d Pump
caused by tho craduel
vcariric cf tha bero 13
in this pcnnp obviitcd
V.rr r. mofnlltn fnrn?
tf. l-'cr Ucscrlpcica end Price.
SemplG,'Eirge & Co.,
BANVFACTritEPS O? AORICI'LTTTR At, TMPL3.
ilii.NfiJ AJ.U bl'lClALTlLIS ISUAH-JWAiiK,
13 gonih SlnJ-a Strict, St. IonJa, 3Zo
iy FltOM tato la Ut tnprr yem rcd tbia.
1.7: ' !.":AfTZTi-tc h
'--cHt-'i'- ::' --A'Cs;
I lit ULinUiiV- i I I lb
Ijtr.rA'irryi t.r- if-rs'i" ni'Trf.1
illiLci.Li.J '..- ..ii.L 1 u : Litwl
oufc any i iri '3 i'or capacity cr
quality of -v.-orlt, cro cilcrc-.! t -
Luyo?3 iJLi sr vlth eovc rI
vainabia ?:-pr: r;-n-t?. ' 3c
Bcrit3tiT Frr p:4r':! T;iU bo fur
nice ed 0:1 ftppi'.o&fciou, fiii'i ctocl?
will bo lijiX ii JLouiu ior
more convtT.icr4: dt-iivory. Psr
ties in Mico'u;;, ncus.s. Uottva
tm IJ.uuo'ss, Tf ;:." ."i't t:tn Txr
ritcvits will cc-rchpc-d witli
jnoifjr .' QTPrr-- or inrto
I J w j it 11. tii I ii. 1. : ,0 1 . L'J J i o
Itc-fn rnsj'r "a what !t.?." yea rce
Vdj r.i. v-- :.tft.:.ui.
THRESHERS AND GLEANERS,
fKRiSHERS AND SEPARATORS,
f-'rriurpctvj-ed by tho "Wheeler
r- ii z 11c!j Co. , I i'c-w York.
' V.v convenience and cheap--t
of delivery to South
tern Trade, a stock ia kept
. r..rjr:i m.v.i street, st. iou;s,
r1 c.a oricM ihcnlJ be eiJdrrased
srrli'ta, rr;il ple.fe cifnt'.ri Ir
"cfi-vS, " 1 ''"VIM OlitlSATON fc.rTWO
tJ tA - J Uroacivvsy, Ww Yc.-k-
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TIib St.Lonis Gloljo-Deniocrat
PEOSPSGTTJS FOn 1877.
THE FA VORITE LEADING NE
PAPER OF THE WEST.
Uaily. Trl-Weelily, Keuil- Weekly,
The success of the Gbrbc Democrat Mnce the
consolidation of which it is in fact and in name
the product, has been such as to excite univer
sal comment. Its circulation has steadily in
creased since Its first iKsue.and lu general busi
ness piospcrity has kept pace with it.s circu
lation. Thus encouraged, its prurietors are
determined that In the future no effort will le
spared to keep it in the front ratikof Western
Poiitcally. the Globe-Democrat Is a supporter
of the measures of the Heputiilcan party, believ
ing that organization to be beft adapted by lis
principles and policies to perpetuate our form
of i;overnmcnt. aud to secure its administration
in a manner best calculated to promote the good
of the country.
The popular demand n not only for an organ
of opinion, but for a history of the time some
thing that will come fully up to the poet's idea
A map of busyife.
Its fluctuations and Its vast Concern.
In this respect we claim for the Globe-Democrat
a reputation second to that of no Journal in
the West, yielding to no rival in our efforts to
obtain the :icvvs, aud to present the same iu an
Our aim is to publish a newspaper adapted to
the wants, tastes and interests of the people ol
the Mississippi Valley. To this end we pay es
pecial attention to events happening la Mis
souri and the adjoining states to watch their
progress, and to assist, in so far as wc can, in
The Weekly Globe-Democrat,
Now aa Enlarged Octavo of
is emphatically a paper for th4 people and es
sentially a Family Newspaper. Coutaiuins as
it does a complete suramarry of the latent and
of all th important news from ali parts of the
world : a uuir.berof Editorials on current topics ;
a carefully selected and interesting Miscellany ;
valuable matter for the farmer, housewife, mer
chant and mechanic : the latest and most relia
ble Live Stock and Crop Keports ; a Financial
and Commercial Column long known as com
plete, and more reliable than that of anv other
paper published in the West : which, with the
especial attention always given to the progress
and the rapid developement of resources or the
Great West, can not but make the WctKly GVtite
Democrat a most welcome visitor to every fire
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GLOBE PRINTING CO.,
ST. X.OTJIS, MO.
Illustrated Priced Catalogue.
Fifty pnjTDS r.C0 Illustrations, with Descrip
tions of thousands cf the. best 'lowers and
Vegetables in tho world, and . the icay to grow
them all for a Two Ckxt postage stamp.
Printed in German and Englisn.
Violi Florai Ualde. Ouarterlv2."eavnar.
Vleli! Flower and VesetRhle ;artrn
tCe. In paper ; ia elegant cloth covers, $1.
Address, JA.MLS v iCK. Kochcster,
Centennial Meat Market.
German Sausage Factory !
has again opened out with a new, wholesome,
On Main St.. south side. 2 doors east of Par
mele's Livery Stable.
Steaks A- Sausage.
iJotwf & ft'h.
Chickens t Cutlets,
Stem & Stuftno,
Meat for Money !
35tf All the tlme-f ome and see!
E. B. FOOTE, S11.D.
120 Lexington ATenne,
Cor. E. 28th St, NEW YORK,
An Independent Physician,
TREATS aT.T. FORMS OF
Letters front all parts of
the Civilized World.
BT B t CXICMAL WAT CF
CoiWiii a Helical Practice
HB IS TRSATIXa
lTumerous Patients in Europe, tho
West Indies, tho Dominion of
Canada,' and in every State
of the Union.
ADVICE GIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OF CHARGE.
Tta aierenria! medicine or delelerioni drains uwll.
IIn during the pant twenty yerm treated biioopkv
fully nearly or quite 40,000 caamc All f JCt con
nected with each oaae are cnrefnlly recorded,
whet'ier thy be oommnnicated by lct'r or In
person, or observed by the Doctor or hie asbociate
physician. The latter are all edentifle medical
AU Inmll.ts at a distance are required to answer
an extonded Iixt of plain qucrtions, which will be
furnished by mail free, or at the office. A com
I'leto (tystem of regi.-tcrinu prevente laixtnke ot
confusion. Caao bouka never connIted, cxcpt by
the phyaiciana of tho establishment. For free
cuTisu'r.itioii aend for list of questions.
A Bixty lvjge pamphlet of evUtcsccs of cecr
rent f i ee alio.
Address Dr. E. T3. FOOTK,
Box 788, New Yr.
ACE NTS WANTED.
D. Footk is the author of "l!niiri Ctit
to Bknsk. a lxolc that reached a .' n'atior
of over 250.000 copied; aL, ..f "IXa:k Ilosi;.
Talk," more recently pvblishci, which fc M-t
to the exU-ntof 70.0O0 copies; also, of '-ScikN ?.
IX SionT,aioh U now beinf? pnSUshsd iu scries.
cf all, excepting tbe tirt-nipnt?i,ned worx i'liVa
is out of priet), will be ecnt free ou n plira'-' n
to eittier Dr. Footk, or the Ksmy Z'.V. ri'ii.si
iaj C3apiS7, whose c":oe i l-'.l ilust 2t:!i Stuil.
AKcntH lth men and wnni nanr-,1 t-
the fi.rpjoiD3 works to horn a lilit-val r.r.'.i v,Y
bo aliowcj. The beinninjrs of sr.ml: f,.r"'i'
tave beca made in selling Ir. FocTrn j ni ' -t
works. Pr.Ai)t Home Talk" i pa.ur;; .-.r.v
atapted to ailuln, and " Scikkck is girai " i
jtrH the Milnir for the yonnir. 8 nd for is tei.i'
tariiHi and en fur jonrelv. Tin former rw
a nm'tiUidi: of question which laSw. and K'lit't
men feel adi-licaTTbnutaskfnjpof il-cir pl!j--u-:au
There U notliing in literature at U like mth-i
ef the fogins works. "EcikA-r-e Ii Stct.x'
cci on'y be hai ut ar"s or of th.' Vafriii-if.
riA!X Il-U iAV" is l'tbl'S,.! J- n .
ek. ulx rn-i t e.iran l.aniut. Cnce utrre
. ' AOrP.trR A AUOVK . '
ENGLISH I IUI IlllllUlde
'News. Boole and Job Inks.
all warranted of Superior
qnality. No cheap or in.
f erior c-radea of Ink mad
( by us.
I i MANUFACTURERS,
(Formerly of London, England),
184 & 18ft MONROE ST., CHICAGO,
Aj1 13 Carclajr Street. Kew York.'
I i HI 1
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HARK THESE FACTS.
The Testimony of the Whole world,
"I Fiad no appetite ; Hollowa's FBU (rave
me ! hciirtr one."
"Your Pills are marvcl'ocs."
I en4 for auovhur bux, aud keep thorn tn
"Lr. llollotray lias cured my huudache that
was chronic. "
'I jjave one of your Pills to mv babe for chol
era morbus. The dear little thi'ue got well ui a
fMy nausea of a morning I now cured."
"Your box of llolloway's Ointment cured rno
cf noise in the bend. 1 rubbed come of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the uoUe lias
"Send mo two Ijoxes ;' I Vnnt ona for a poor
"I enclose a dollar ; your price Is 25 ceuts, but
the medicine to me Is worth a dollar."
"Send ine Ave boxes of your pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your pills by re
turn mail, for Chills and 1'ever.1'
1 have over 2o0 suen testimonials as thet,,but
want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Oisordern,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Olr.tmclit t
most invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the most tearchibjE
effects to tue very root of tho evil.
Invariably cure the following disease
Disorder of the Kidneys. .
In all diease afteetini? these orjrnns, wheth
er they secrete too much or too little water, or
whether they be afflicted with loni or gravel,
or with aches and pains ttettled In the loins ov
er the regions of the kidnevs, these Pills should
be taken ni-cording to the printed directions,
and the Oiutult lit should be weli rubbed into
the small of the back at bed time. This treat
ment wfd give almost immediate relief when all
other means have failed.
For Stomach Out of Order.
K medicine will so effectually Improve fhe
tone of the stomach as these Pil.s : they remove
all acidity occasioned either by luteinpemnee
or improper diets. They reach the livsr and re
duce It to a healthy action : they are wonderful
ly efhcaciou in cases of sp:ism in fact they
never fail in curing all disorders of the liver and
IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS ar the best kno-vn in
the world for the following diseases: Ague.
Asthma. Bilious Complaints, Blotches ou the
Skin, IVov.els, Coiisuinpti n. iJebilitv, Dropsy,
Dysentery. Erysipelas, Femsile Irregularities,
Fevers of all kinds. Kits, Gout, Headache. In
dltresiion. Inflammation, Jauxdire, Liver Com
plaints, Lunibazo, Piles, Kheunmtism, Retention
of urine. Scrofula or Ring's Evil, Sore Throats,
Stone and Gravel, Tic-Doidureux. Tumors,
uicers, wormsoiaii tiuas, w eakuess irom any
None are Rcnume unless the signature of J.
Hay pock, as agent for the Uniteu State, sur
rounds each box of Pillx, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to anv ono ren
dering such information as mav lexd'to the de
tection of any party oruaitiescounierfiting the
medicines or vending the same, knowing them
to be spurious.
.So!d at the manufactory of Professor ITor.-
lowav & Co., New York, and by all respectable
urug'sts ami dealers in medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, C2 cents
aud S each.
fcjflThere ia considerable savins by takins
the larger sizes.
X. B. Directions for the guidance ol patients
In every disorder are affixed to each box.
OCice, 112 Liberty Ktreet, XewYork.
The Leading American Agri
cultural & Household
For Town and Country,
For Old and Young.
Recoznlzed authority throughout the United
States and Canadas upon matters of
Poultry, Dees, dc.
To which are added departments of General
News, Kecord of the Season, Youth's Miscel
lany. Household, Literature. Markets, etc.
Prairie Farmer Company,
at Chicago. 111., in handsome quarto form of
Eight Jargs pages of six columi s each. Terms
$li.oo year in advance. Specimen copy free to
any address. Libeial cash Commission allow
ed to Agents, who are wanted everywhere to
organize Clubs, and to whom canvassing out
fit will be furnished free upon application to
PRAIKIE FARMER CO.,
GOOD FRESH MILK,
Delivered dally In
AXT PART OF THE VlTI", BT
ams Mumm & Co.
BEST FARMING- LANDS,
FOB SALE BY
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Years Credit at 6 p;r cent Interest.
Six Years Credit at C ptr cent Interest,
and 10 per cent Discount.
Other Liberal nineoaut Fr Casih,
Rebate on Fares and Freights,
and rrriulams tor Improve
ments. The loiva ind yrhratslia Farmer, containing
full particulars, will be mailed free, to any part
of the world on application to
LAND COMMISSIONER. B. A M. R. R.
loyi Lixcolx. Nebraska
To the Worltlns Clms. We are now
prepared to furnish all clasfes with constant
employmentat home, the whole of the time, or
for their spare moments. Business iicw, light,
and profitable. Tersons of either sex e:isi!y
earn from 50 cents to $5 per evening, and a pro
portioual sum by devoting their whole time to
the business, iioys and girls earn nearly as
mich as men. That all who see Ibis notice may
send their address, and test the business w'
make this un parallelled offer ; To such as are
not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
samples worth several dollars to commence
work on, and a copy of Home and Fireside, one
of the largest and best Illustrated publications,
all sent free by mail, leader, if you want per
manent and profitable work, address
George Stinsox & Co.. Portland, Me.
STR EIGHT & MILLER,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
Remember the place opposite E. G. Dorey's
on I-ower Main Street.
STREIGHT d- MILLER.
S W 5' P
v. .Tt "i
2 2 7t
: 3 -5 2.
of THE WIT.
DRY GOODS, DRESS aOODS. FALL
GOODS, WINTER GOODS. - .
HEAVY GOODS, FANCY GOODS:
Notions and Trimmings;
VF ALL KINDS,
TUB GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
Erer sccr. In Cass County.
LADIES & GENTLEMEN I
Kow is your time for Bargains an1 to male a
Money aud make your fainlll7i coaifortable.
Al It voult bo Imposslbla for u to gfvf con;
pleto list of rrices in this space, we shall onlyV
i?elet a few, and assure youeverythlnff else li
equally as cheap.
VILL GET ;
20 yards of Prints not I'.andtrd.
14 yards of Prints choice standard.
35 yards Ol Bleached Musllo, yd. wld.'
H yards of Sheeting, very good.
12 yards of Bed Ticking;, good. .
12 yards of Ducking and Denims, primed
12 yards of Cheviot Shirting,
ia yards of Crash Toweling, solldl"
6 yards of Table linen..
12 yards of Canton Flannel.
12 Handkerchiefs, extra, neat.
11 pair Hose, men's, women's and chlldren'sT
8 pounds Cotton Batting.
I7Xsw fisok af ths4 Fiarareat
Wool Yarn, white, best ia o.arket too
" colored, " s5o
Felt Skirt , 750 up
Balmorals ..eo np
Shawls, latest styles 76 u
Linscys i0 up
Ladles' Shoes fi.oo up
Carpets, Hemp 25c tip
" Ingrain 00c up
Brussels tl.lOc tip
.Waterproofs, splendid 65c up
Ladles' Cloth, all wool., fl.Xe up"
BE A VERS, BROADCLOTH,'
AISE, All wool, Double width, all Rtylea, colors, qnal-"
I ties and low piicos. '
All wool reduced from Kc to 60c par yard.:
Full lino of latest styles at 15 per yard. '
Fall style, very flno, 2Sc up.
In great Tavricty, from Jl .23 op.
Heavy, ISO up.
very fine, 65 cents up.
Pure wool, 20 cents up.
well trlrsmcd, $1 up.
Furnishing Goods f
In great variety.
Boots, 2,25 up ; Shoes, 31.25 vp; Hats;
75c up; Boys' Cetps;40cup; Socks
5c per pair tp; Linen-finish
Collars, 10 cents per box up : Men's
Undershirts & Drawers, 50c a set, vp."
Full lines of Cloak Trimmings, Zephyrs. Can-'
vass. Alpacas, Delaines, and all the latest
styles and shades of goods too numer
ous to enumerate.
VA LE U RES, SA TINS, TURQUOISE''
AND SILK CORDS, RUGS, AF
GHANS, LAP-ROBES, ETC.'
Vast assortment of
Worth of Fall and Winter Goods, of every dc-
seriptlon, must be clod out this wesson
at Hard-Pan rrices.
Everybody Invited to call at tSe
And consult the mouarchs of salesmen,'
Solomon & ITatkaiv .
., riattsraoulh, X?'
JTZ-Large Stock cf Kbrse Biak$vs?
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