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PLATTSMOUTII. MABCH 23, 18T7.
Stanley Mathews was elected senator
la Ohio in the place of Sherman made
Secretary of the Treasury. .". :
Tex; Receiver at Grand Island, and
Tucker, in the Land Office at Lincoln,
hare been superceded, and Capt. Baird
will be appointed in Tucker's place.
Thos. Hall, of Omaha, has been nom
inated, and confirmed as Postmaster
at Omaha in the place of Caspar. A.
Yost, who has held the office a loiig
We and our family are under many
obligations to Mr. Iloldrege of the B.
& II. and to Mr. Yates and others of
the telegraph department for courte
sies offered and kindly aid extended in
This is the last number of Vol. 12 of
this paper. 27ext issun we commence
our 13th year, hale, hearty, and in good
trim, with business increasing. Cass
County ought to be proud of the Her
ald. Very few county papers have
existed that long and had only two real
changes of owners.
A Mrs. Perkins, of Seward, has sued
the four saloon keepers of the town
and their bondsmen for 810,000 dam
ages for the loss of her husband, who
died in a fit of intoxication while in
one of said saloons. The case excites
great attention, being the first case of
the kind tried under our laws.
"We publish as an item of news the
lust report of the Judiciary Com. in
Congress on the Pro Rata measure.
They say one good thing, "The question
is purely one of law." We have always
deprecated bringing this vexed subject
into the politics of ur State, and are
satisfied nither party has been benefit
ted by so doing.
It's kind of funny, but the facts are
that the grangers and farmers shipped
so many cattle to Chicago in the last
20-days to get rid of the tax assessor
that they glutted the market, and lost
3 to $3 on a steer that the tax would
only have been 50c on. Such is econo
my." - .
Public sentiment seems very clearly
to declare that President Hayes shall
be supported in selecting his own Cab
inet, that being a personal matter, and
one not involving any principles of the
party, but jt i3learly against any giv
ing away joTbur rights in the states of
Louisiana and South Ch rolira. -
The Republican of the 6th, contains
a list of 130 Bills and Measures intro
duced by Senator Hitchcock, during
his six years service.
le also obtained an amendment to
the general appropriation bill, passed
at the last moments in Congress, by
which $30,000 are to be usud for the pur
chase and distribution of garden and
field seeds, in the grasshoppered, west.
The jury in the Sullivan case acquit
ted him, and without any personal feel
ing to the man w cannot help but feel
that they have done society a great in
jury. Under such verdicts certainly
it would be useless to enforce any laws
against carrying concealed weapons, or
prevent any maddened man from tak
ing his neighbor's life on the slightest
provocation. It offers a premium for
taking the la win our hands and makes
deadly revenge a safe amusement.
The following encouraging wards
come to us from friends in Buffalo, N.
Y. Somebody reads the Herald and
is pleased anyway:
"We all feel much indebted for the
Herald. It is a very interesting, spi
cy little paper, and we all read it and
take as muci interest in the affairs of
Plattsmouth as if we had oeen resi
dents of the place. I have preserved
the letters In the Herald about the
Centennial. The girls secure the
Household Column. The boys are in
tesested in the grasshoppers, and
George reads all communications from
the agricultural districts and the poli
tics of the county."
The Annual meeting of the State
Teacher's Associaalon takes place at
Fremont on the 27th, 28th and 29th of
March, and here are the regulations
Papers read are not to exceed twen
ty minutes each. On general discuss
ion speakers will be limited to ten min
utes. The exercises will be interspers
ed with music. Persons paying full
faro coming to tho Association will be
returned on one-fif ih fare, on the cer
tificate of the President of the Associ
ation. Ladies intending to attend
should write to Prof. A. R. WionT
max, Fremont, stating on what day
and train they will arrive.
By vote of the Association last yar,
the number of papers was limited; but
it is expected that the subjects called
up will be discussed as fully as tim
It is all nonsense to ta!k about repu
diation or bankruptcy. This city can
and will pay all her just, honest and
legal debts. She has enterprising and
and wealthy citizens ;she has railroad
ficilities unequalled by any town of
her size in Nebraska ; she has a good
country, settled by wealthy farmers,
surrounding her. All she has to do is
to call her true friends around her.
The prospects never locked brighter.
The B. & M. arc about to put up a large
and handsome Round-house ; thcro is
no doubt but that a bridge across the
Missouri river will bo built soon; the
old depot is to be moved down to tlto
foot of Main St., where it should have
been at first.; business prospects are
improving generally, and it would be
folly to "gig back." at this, time and en
deavor to avoid by any quibble or tech
nicality any just reasonable and legal
ffld Pro Rat srtie'e.
Seven years and more ago I parted
from an old gentleman on the railroad
platform of a little town on the C R
R. cf Hew Jersey. J-
The old gentleman was quietly fixed
in a home near there, apparently for
life. My fortunes were at their hard
est, and I was leaving him with the in
tention of going to Greeley, Colorado,
or some place further west and furth
er away from him than even Nebras
ka. Neither spoke the thought, but
both felt that the parting was probably
for aye in this world. He was never
a demonstrative man, and I, feeling
the world had used me hardly had no
pleasant words to utter.
Our hands met in a long clasp, we
looked into each other's eyes, as men
will, and then, without a word more I
took my seat in a car and it moved
away. He turned sadly towards his
Two yean after I still found myself
in Nebraska, and the dispensations of
Providence brought the old man to my
home, where we have lived pleasantly
A few days ago we parted once more ;
again it was on the platform of a It. R.
depot. No word was spoken, clasp
bands we rould not, eye could net meet
eye his were closed we said "good
bye" the same. He was carried to bis
car, and it, too, leaves.
He will stop at that same little depot
platform. They will carry him to his
home, a home whose narrow por
tals he will never again leave, and
I I and mine, turn from our railroad
station and go horns to a sad and des
olate house, never more to be cheered
by the old man's smile, the old man's
kind "good night."
And thus the world rolls on; we
meet and part, and part and meet;
some time most be th last for us all,
and then the Bye and Bye. M.
CITIZENS CALL TO NOMINATE CITY
The citizens in each Ward of this City are re
quested to meet on Thursday evening the 2 d
hint., at 7 o'clock, at their respective voting pla
ces to nominate ten person from each Ward to
meet in the City Convention on 8nturd:tv even
ing Mareh 2tlv. at the Court Mouhp to muni .:ue
a ticket for City Officer, irrespective of pany
affiliations, understanding that they are to be
good sound busirws men. who have the true i -terest
nf the City at heart.
The Ward conventions will instruct their del
egates to nominate Councilmen and to surest
a School Board. .- -Ell
Pitt miner O Schnasse
John Fitzgerald V M Macltmiagh
Jn A AlaeMurphy J W .fenuings
F R Guthmanu J II HeCner
Tho Pollock J t.uiirry
J M Patterson Win 1, Wells
R C Cushsnfi E Dovev
.1 Vallery M UcGuire
Jno mack OM Mil-eight
11 K Palmer V K Uonrlaa
A V McLaughlin C H Panne!
Thos Sfuyoct D 11 Wheeler
.Vnlins Peppeierg .Alex rehlegel
Pheips Paine C P Moore
J H ftntterv Jno O Uourke
J W Kin er John Leach
Sam M Chapman - li II Eaton
Oius E Black .'in Short
I Graves FU Black
C Seme-gel Wm A Hendrkkson
A W White H W Sage
C Nichols Iave Miller
F 1) Lenhoft j v Weckbaca
George Shafer J I (Simpson
11 Poe k P B Murphy
J .hn Waterman R Chapman
W II Scuildx.uecht Win Staaclmaoii
George E Tronger Jame Hod pert
Win Neville Peter Merges
N C Merge Jos Connor
Frank Carrutb M W Oshorne
XV R Oarrab John Hohlsehua
H M Iont J W Branliier
Ja S Vathews G W Crosby
O F Jonnson Wm Herold
CGHerold Levi Gliding
J C Boone Solomon & Nathan
Alva Drew R E Glas
R B Windham J M Schnellbacher
Fred Stadelmaan Then Hod hie
K W Black P L Wise
U V Mathews E E Cunningham
J W Marshall J P Young
W F Murrisou Wiu K Shryock
J N Black P E Kuffner
R O Fellows E H Sag
J XV Johnson W ashbiuitb
M Way bright P P Gasa
Robt Oonaetly F M Domngton
Phillip Harrison E White
The Herald signed the above with
the understanding that the parties en
dorsing this move here will make an
honest endavor to carry it out to a tri
umphant end. That or nothing.
If we understand there is no pro
gramme.no slate.but ten honest men are
to be selected from each ward who will
nominate and work fer. a good city
ticket, recommend a councilman for
each ward and also a full schoolboard
cm Saturday night. If this is done and
suitable men put up it will have our
honest support and not otherwise.
We failed to notice last week the Con
cert of the Musical Convention, and
owing to limited space this week must
make them shorter than we could
wish. For so short a time given to
practice the rendition of the choruses
was very fine and testified very favor
ably to Prof. Geer's system of Inslruct
ion. Laboring as the singers did under
the discouragemen: of a small Ivcuse, ;
it is to be wondered at that they did
not fail entirely instead of ranking s
decided a success. We rannot m;tii !
particular pieces in so short a space
but must pay slight tribute to th" skill I
and accommodation of Miss Wise i
pianist, and thank Prof. Geer and the!
friends from all around, only regreiting !
that Plattsmouth eould not bring out
a better audicr.ee to testify their ap
preciation of efforts to raise the stand
ard cf musical ability in tho city.
Subscribe for the IlER4Lr.
File your papers, to get the Co. Or
ganization Bill in full.
REPORTED Bt M. IT HIT K.
..3 5O0-3 00
latest new yobk markets
Xkw Yokk. March St.
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS. '
Chicago, March 21.
Flour 5 2o- 73
Wheat l 21
Hoss 6 30w.S OH
ru'v fis-S "S
One bCad for the. Unman Family. The
otner for Horses and Animals.
These Liniments are simply the wonder of the
world. Their cSects are little leva than marvel
lous. The White Liniment is for the human
family. It will drive Rheumatism, Sciatica and
Neuralgia from the nysteni; eure Lumbago,
Chillbiains, Lock-jaw, Palny, Itch, and most cu
taneous eruptions ; it extracts frottt front frozen
hands and feet, and the poison of bites and
stings of venomou reptiles ; it subdues swell
ings, and alleviates pain of every kind. When
sprains or bruises occur. It is the most potent
remedy ever discovered to heal the injured parts.
The Centaur Liniment i used with treat effica
cy for sore throat. Tosthaebe, Caked
Breaits. Ear-ache, and Weak Back. The fol
lowing is but a sample of numerous testimoni
als: "iNDiAifA Home. Jeff. Co.,Ihd., May 28 "73
"I think it my dutv to inform you that I have
ffered much with swollen Twt
chords. A lew bottle of Ceutaur Liniment
has dona the work for me. 1 have nut been
free from these swellings in eiirtat teara).
Vow 1 am perfectly well. The Liniment
ought to be applied warm.
The proof is in the trial. It is reliable, ft is
bandy, it is cheap, and every family should have
the white Ceutaur Liniment.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment is adap
ted to the touch muscles, cords and flesh of
horees and animals. It has performed more
wonderful cures in three years of Spavin. Strain
Wind-galls Scratches, Sweeny, and general
lameness, than all other remedies in existence.
Bead what the great Expressmen say of it :
"Nkw Yokk, January, 1874.
"Every owner of horses should give the Ckn
tauk Liniment a trial. We consider it the
best article ever used in our stabls
II. MAK:i. Supt. Adams Ex. Stables, N. Y.
E. fVLTZ, Supt. U. S. Ex. Stables. N. Y.
ALBERTS. OLIN, Supt. Nat. Ex. Stables N Y
The patrons of this Liniment are Farriers and
Veterinary Surgeons, who are continually using
some laniinent. It heals Galls, Wounds. Foil
evil, removes Swellings, and is worth millions
of dollars annually to Farmers. Livery-men,
Stock-growers. Sheep-raisers, and those having
horses or cattle.
What a Farrier cannot do for $20 the Centaur
Liniment will do at a trifling cost.
These Liniments are sold bv all dealers
throughout the country. They are warranted
by the proprietors, and a bottle will be given to
any Farrier or Physician who desires to test
Labratory of J. B. Rose & Co.,
18-I3t De y St., Niw Yokk.
Pitcher Catorla Is a complete substi
tute for Castor Oil. and is as pleasant to take as
Money. It is particularly adapted to Teething
and irritable children. It destroys worms, as
similates the food, regulates the stomach, and
cures wind eolic. Few remedies are as effica
cious for Feverishness, Croup, Worms, and
Whoopiutr Coueli. Castoria is a scientific aud
purely vegetable preparation, more effective
titan Castor Oil, and neither gags nor gripes.
Columbia. Conn., May 3, l?76.
Messrs. J. B. Hose ft Co., .V. Y. :
Cent I huve a '.;.i:i!.v oi eilit children and
ri;:ve we I ;w .:.: i a t : l .v as any U.niiy in
t::e 'i it" : -t c -. tii .k. 1 lure urver forn.il
j-.i.. : ! i'. My children have been
' feve s-veiiil tn.iex by the use of
'aj; ri. '. . ici M-ii 'iul its ue for children,
fir ;.. y : sv-.' th' are subject to, in pref
err.i ' -. .; eiii'i:- I kiiow of. I feel it my
Uti.y .i -,r;e b.is c-rtiAt tte on account of Hie
Itcuelits I tj-.ve derived by the ueof CastoIUA.
Very tnilv yours,'
f.lt:3 NoriilAN P. LITTLE.
Ak the recovered
J X f J j 5 Kvi dyspeptics.bilious suf
J"-- S. At f L,fwr.ri vl.ttm.iirf.VHi
and ague, the mercu
rial diseased patient
how- they ivovered
health, cheerful sti--Hs
and pood apuetite,
thev will tell you by
The Cheapest, Purest aiul Best Family Medicine
in the fToi ld.
For Dyspepsia, Constipation. Jaundice, r.il
ious attacks. Sick Headache. Collo, Depression
of Spirits. Sour Stomach, Heart Burn. 6jc.. tec.
This unrivalled Southern Kemedy is warrant
ed not to contain a single particle of Mercury,
or any injurious mineral substance, but is
containing those Sotit'.iern R'Mits and Herbs,
which an all wie providence has placed in
countries where I.iv -r . .ieu iiiot prevail.
Jt ill eure all d'-tr.a.: ca ?.i ;y Scra -igem::it
of the Liver awi. :.,. ir.
The sy.uptoms of JL:vr Co.-n;U:r.t ire r bit
ter or bad t.wte In te ir.ou'ii ; 7-ain ! tl-e !ack.
sides or Joints, oiteu mi -uci fr i;hui:'U'.;u :
Sour Stomach : Loss of Aj.re ;e ; i'.ctem ..Irei
nately costive and lax ; Hid.iclie ; Loss of
memory, with a painful rctisai:iii ci avi k full
ed to lib something which ouuut to have iieen
done ; uemiity. Low spirits, a tuicX y v. jw ap
pearance of tlie skin aud eyes, a dry Cougn of
ten nueiaiten ior consumption
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at others very tew. but the Liver,
the largest organ in the body, is generally the
seat oi me aisease. ana ti not reculated in time
great suflerinsr, wretchedness aud death will
I can recommend as an eflleaclou remedy for
aieae oi me i-ivi r, iieartouru ana Dyspepsia,
Lawis (i. WranjtB,
Assistant Post Master, Philadelphia.
."We have tckted its virtues, personally, and
know that for Dyspepsia. Bilousness. and
Throbbing Headache, it is the best medicine
the world ever saw. We have tried forty other
none of them rave us more than tenporarv re
lief; but the Kcenlator not on'y relieved but
cured us." Ed. TeUguyh and Metsenaer, Ma
Afanufacfirrfl onhj tiy
J. II. Z EI LIN & CO
MACON.UA., and PHILADE1P1IIA.
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
preparation, viz : a gentle cjf hartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and
certain Corrective of ali Impurities of the body.
Sucb gipial success has attended Its use, that it
Is now regarded as the
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
At a iiemedy in
Malarious Fevers. Bowel Complaints, Dyspep
sia. Mental Depression, Restlessness. Jaundice.
Nausea. Sick Headache, Colic, Constipatioa
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
As there are a number of Imitations offered
to the public, we would caution the community
to buy no Powders or Prepared Simmons' Liv
ir Kki.ui.ator, ui.less in our engraved wrap
per, with the trade mark, stamp aud signature
unbroken. None other t genuine,
J. It. ZEIL IN & CO
Maon, Oa., uiul Philadelphia.
Yixir -tMiiir.bie medicine Simmon I4ver Ieg-
-r iivcd nit- many Doctors' bins. I ue
-;,( !ii:r; i! is reeoin iietided. and never
;. fiiL I luive used it in 'olic and
'' . .. ; u'a'.i my inule and horses, givins them
al ! -.u I a iioille at a time. I have not lu.st
a- : . v i s -ve it to. you can recommend it to
evrry our u.si iia.s stock as beinj tlie best med
icine kn wu Iw all complaints that home-fle6b
U i U Vk E. T. TAYLOR.
3" !y Agent for (Jraogers of Georgia.
Great Stock-Breeder's Monthly.
This Great Monthly is universally acknowl
edged to be without a arrival in its department
of Journalism. Each number contains 48 large
pages, three columns to the page, with a hand
some cover, and is beautifully Illustrated with
elegant double-plate engravings It is the only
paper in the world devoted exclusively to live
stock and the dairy. It diHctisses tlie Rcience
if breeding, the merits of the various breeds,
the most approved methods ot fevding and
handling, and everything xTViining to the suc
cessful luiMi.iemept of live stock on the farm.
1 Hiring the ytvr 1J77. Prof. J;ime I.hw. the em
inent veteriuaiuii! f I onu-il University, will
contribute h f.Ti, s i i m tiHn the laws of
health nn-J uisc:ie :i I'M t imiuostic Ani
mus, tat caiini laii i Lr. ui ieal value to
Fanneio and Su.ea. li-tt -:-ry w litre. It
coulrtii.h s;.it;;re lt-'-;-.rtii. r. . devnted to
Horses, t'ailio. SUer-n. Swiiie anil to Dairy, aud
its corps ot euuoi.-. Vie oii,niLzid throughout
1 he entire cnuutty as the Mit Hiorough. Able
aud iTiicticid writers In their separata D'-p.irt-nients.
that can be found in America. No ex
pense is spared on the p;irt of its publishers, to
make it a hi(Tk-tmrd,refiaht!, prtfttcat and in
atrMctfr Journal, jrwl svk-Ii as evry intelligent
fanner ami stock breeder will find worth ten
time its cost each year.
TEKMS: Sincle copies, one vear. postsse
raid. 4. 1 3 ; Clubs of five, poi-tae paid. 1 .00
hibij of ten, with an extra copy Tree to person
ntjikin? np clul). jwwitape paid. '91.tS. Jand
ftrttly ilhutrated fxicr rnailtd to till tclw icifl
get up riui8. Address letters, registering those
containing money, unless ra shape of Postal Or
der or Draft, to
STOCK JOURNAL COM PAN Y. Publishers,
Lakeside Diiilding. CHICAG O, ILL.
tS7"SE"D Z-l Cr:-'T8 tor bPEciwi it torv.
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1 to 8 or
As it is gpnerally our custom to give you our prices for goods so that you can calculate at home what yon can
bay for your money, we will give you prices Ih1ow which will be lower than ever and 10 per cent, chetper than you
can anywhere in this Ciiy or State. We have : he advantage of any merchant in this clly buying direct frum tha
manufac.urers. We have opened a Wholestale Store in St. Joseph Mo, which will be attended by Mr. Solomon.
LOOK AT OUR PRICE LIST.
20 yard prints for one dollar. Summer Shawls, 75c up.
- - Brown and l leach muslin, one dollar, Handkerchiefs, 8 for 23c.
Blue anl brown denims, one
Bed ticking, one dollar.
Cheviot, one dollar.
Grass Cloth, one dollar.
Malt Shades, one dollar.
Table Linen, one loll;ir.
Crash TGweling, one dollar.
As it is impossible to give the prices of our enormous
we will onlr state that it is the largest and finest a'ock ever brought to thia ciiy and consisting of the followin new
Poplins, Double Silk Pongees' Japanese Silks, Matelasse
Zephyr Sui'ings, Lawns. Grenadines, anil Percales,
at prices ranging from 12J' cts. up; also a fine line of HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES from 5 cents up.
LINEN EMBROIDERIES to match our LINEN DRESS GOODS. A full assortment of BUNDLE PRINTS
and everything belonging to
A FIBST CLASS
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods Establishment.
"We also keep a full l;;o of
ueacly-flai&le Mesa ana! 13oy9 OotHaiBUg,
from 84.50 up for whole suits. Jeans Pants from 31.00 up. An unexcelled line GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
tine White Shirts SI up; Calico Shirts, 40 cis. up; Cheviot Shirts, 50 cts. up; Overalls. CO cts. up; Paper Collars 10c.
JME. A-M) BOYS' 1 1 ATS AND CAPS.
Hats, 75c up; Caps, 10c up; Boot., $2 per pair up; Shoes. 81 per pair up: TRUNKS and VALISES, a good as
sortment. We d not keep a little of everything, from an Axe Handle to a barrel of suit, but what we do carry wo
have in full and coaiuiete stock. JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, TABLE ami POCKET CUTLERY, etc
We wonld inform the ladies of
Pattern Heads and Bonnets Direct
We have an Accomplished, Fashionb'e Ladv Trimmer who understands the business thoroughly and can svit all your
tas.es; also a full line of SILK TRIMMINGS, Ribbons, Flowers and Ornaments. Sash Ribbons from 50c up; Lad tea
Tiimmed Hats, $1 and up. We have a large and complete stock Canvass, Perforated Card Board, Zephyrs. Zfpbyr
Need.es, llo.tocs, and Silk Floss of all shades.
- An immense stock cf Carpets. Oi! Cloths, Rugs and Mats. Hemp Carpets 23c per yard; Ingrain Carpet, 50c
per yard. Standard Carpet Chain, 51b bundles only S1.25.
We have also, for th . .;.i ...:.Lt ion of our friends, added to our already extensive assortment a large stock of
Oil Window Sbadcs in I e ; v L.iee Window Cuilains 25 cts per yard.
We present our ' - ricr list satH'U-tl ft tt our customers will see that we can do better for them than ever
beforeand thankful u.v :.-.gt ..tronage w: ru st respectfully i'k a continuance of the same. ,m. .
Pla. t.s.nouti,. N-I.i ,f,k ;. Marca 2:id, 177. SOL'WON & NA TII A N.
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UEih Wl lii3Sr:ie.
v rnKt. & an old XTaker and XX in
ner of 'fSiresJiinc: dnnkinr,
h.s wr --r.- i h ..ip on -!xtli i-t eft car Mr. Don
n v':: :ri'l-.s:iii:li :.ul Wija Shop wi'ern has
y.-. :v:rea fiWiit -'.t to :ManyiiU(1.-'ll in !th;p w.rk
wit l;rut ex-p: Inn. Ii i is a No. 1 li.tbe C;m
! rn i:i ool. iron, stpf !. ai:fl ail other Kifctuis in
c iine.oiin wi'.li tudchiiN' w oik. lie run i auy
tliiiijf rpflnirert in sriinsmiih. even to making a
srua.of wim ii we have the ev!i!-nce in a I't.
Inraoh In-itler throwing on-jtrio ortUrf e balls ut
onre at w HI i f tli g!!U!ifr
Mr. Gtra. XV. S.i'r:i.ler ; farmer near Eock
Biurlnan old aoquaint:!! Cf f Mr. KinitT from
Viririni.iCJn he reffied :o iu r'!i;'id to his former
connection wth the in:Piifncttire .f Tlircshine
Machine!. Give Mr. Kir.reracall and lie will
IriHiire vvii :tisf:ctury wor.i on snv part of a
Threshing Machine. .2-m3
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LIVEBY SALE AND FEED
2 J. is. -3 9
Ettt of Platte Va'k-j Ilotme.
In the Town.
Good Teams Altcays on Hand.
Careful Drivers S3nt with car
riages if desired.
Carriages s?Pt to Dt'jtot to trt a" I ti'aius
w beuever ordered.
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
Tunerali at?B.e sad carrUge funtlshed to
friend. Address. J. r. HUA NO.
12.y T'natUinoirri", Neb
WITHOUT ARBITRATION I
8 to 7, fast as you like, and-' "--Ti-'
Hnntf5nBDMatliBn at the
dollar. Lariies bilk Handkerchier, 85c each.
Ladies Hose, 3 pair for 25c.
Men's Socks 5c up.
Cuffs and Collars. 2 c a set, and up.
Bed Spreads, one dollar up. x
" Corsets, good, 50c up.
Plattsmouth and vicinity that we are in
c? J V
Fred. Gor&er's Implement Emporium
THIRD STKKET, K0HTH Or MAIN,
Is the place to buy every kind of Agricultural Implement.
SULKY GA2TO PLOW, of the Chicago Plow Co.; STANDARD NEW RI
DING CULTIVATOR, of Rockford, III.; NEW MONITOR,
(Check Row) CORN PLANTER; CHAMPION
aud other CELEBRATED HARROWS
'Marrison amL Fq11& Wagons.
SINGLE and COMBINED REAPERS and MOWERS,
(New Manny, hamjiton, and others.)
WOODS' REAPER. MOWER. AND HARVESTER,
(tcith Svlf-Eindinq attachment.)
THE VIBRATOR THRESHING MACHINE, Nhlolls, Shrjypard & Co.
Satisfaction Guaranteed oi no Salo.
OScc lu J. V. rreckhach's Store, corner -Vain and Third Street.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMt FOR CIRCULAR
'r " T v- M-
11 n i i ti i i i i i
t u'nrL lnr l'li.-Ws are now
prepared to furnish all clxs-es with constant
cinplovmentat home, the vvhoie of the time or
for thrir spare luomentv Eiumew Lew, ll?'it.
Persons of cither sex easily t
earn from 60 cents to .. per cvruui,.. u'i p-w-lortioual
sum bvdevoii us their wnoln time to
fie business. l?os and girls earn nenrly as
ii'-c'.i as lncti. That 2J1 who see this notice may
send t'.ieir address. :-nd t. st the business ?
liiaie thi-unpiralielin i offer: To siicli as are
mt well Bulifie:-. e will send one dollar tn pay
for the trotil! of writing. Full particulars.
miil'S worm cevcnU do.laxa to coinmeuce
work on, and sicopy of Homo and Fireside. 0110
of the largest and host Illustrated puhilcatlons.
all cent free by mail, lt'ader, if you wutit per
inancnt and profitable work, address
George Snxsojf & Co.. Portland. Me.
rt HORSE SHOEING
fcZy ;nA WAGONBEPAlBiyO.
kll Vi Allkinof
h-'.i e I
f'1! P. if FARM IMPLEMENTS
1 I ft
Neatly d- Promptly
Horse, 5Iule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that has
four feet, from a Zebra to a GiraiTo.
Come and see us.
on Fi tb St.. between Vain and i ine ','fx
iust acres the criTr frm the F' IltiitLl'
rectipt of the the finest
BEST FARMING LANDS
KOJI SALE BT
3. $S HEo. Irl. H..
Great Advantages to Buyers
reft Yean Credit at 8 per tent XnUrtst.
Six Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
I and 20 r cent Discount.
I liebatrt- on Farr and Frlcnt,
i and PrciniantM tor lxaproe
! Tamphlet ar.rt .Vans, containing full P'1';-
u.ars, b mailed free to any rrt of tao
. world on ppllfatin t
! LAND 41MMISSIOXFR. B. M. E. Jt.
; xoyi Luiov. huia
THERE 13 MONEY IN IT!
Special Inducements to the Trade
T vto" k-r tit lb
2 m a ruiwrc
Muii, L!.-l.f-t Kior.i, lt Midc Mt
ruiiaitj ilactlat ia ito wrM.
(CiU thts etui ad. rrmrmbcr it-)
LOG IJO J Are., CWetvA
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