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TUB HERA hi).
JT.ATTSMOUTII, MAY 10, 1877.
CoMJHEiS is to meet on, the loth of
Doi.VE College is Sealed at last, and
very sensibly the motto is in English.
The firm of Shryock & Itowland,
large Comniissipn grocers in St. Louis,
X)as failed. Cause, hard tiroes.
A tiitEAT number of exchanges slate
that lion. X. K.Griggs w home. Tears
to us vf 3 know Griggs; i.-r.'t he from
be state of Beatrice?
The Editorial Excursion meets at
Omaha on the 23.1, and leaves the 24 th;
not the 2oth as some papers have it.
V. T". Baunum is coming out this
way soon. We know it, can't tell you
the day, but he's coming, because he is
sending newspapers and advertise
ments all over the West. That's the
way to do business. Barmim always
advertises, pays for his advertisements
nnd gets rich. Lookout for his new
Circus and Animal show, some time
Schedler's Map of the Black Sea,
Asia Minor, the Caucasus, Southern
Russia, Roamania, and Eastern Turky.
Engraved oa stOr.e, carefully printed
and colored. Scale, 1 : 3.000,000. Size
22x23 inches. Trice, folded and in
cover, 80.40. Thi3 Map is very accur
ately compiled from, the latest and
most complete material. It presents,
at one glance, the scene of the war,
hoth- in Europe and in Asia.
Published by E. Steic.ek, 22 & 24
Frankfort Street, Xew York, by whom
eo;ies will be promptly mailed upon
receipt of price. This publisher lias
l&adc preparations for bringing out
additional War Maps, as soon as such
may become necessary.
S S. A.
The annual meeting of the Nebraska
State Sportsmen's Associat ion, we learn
from the Lincoln Journal, will be held
at riattsmouth, Tuesday, Wednesday
3nd Thursday, May 22, 2U, and 24.
Programme for the first day, Tues
day Prize Xo, 1. Silver goblet, to be
ahot for by an agreed number of pick
ed men from each cluh represented,
ten single birds; 21 yards rise. Club
winning prize Xo. 1 to offer it for
competition at each annual meeting of
ihe State Sportsmen's Association.
Prize Xo. 2, will be a silver pitcher,
10 single birds, 20 yards rise, Wednes
day. Prize Xo. 3, a silver cup, 20 sin
gle and three double rises, Thursday.
There will also be several sweepstakes
on the different days, with prizes each
dav. The affair will Le under the
laanagcment of the Plattsmouth
Sportsmen's Club, who will take pleas
tire in making the tournament a source
of enjoyment to all parties in atten
The European War.
As we predicted, the European wai
ts fast overshadowing all other items
of !.cv, The reported downfall of
Kars is prer.'.titure, but the Russian
general still thinks he can succeed.
The great question seems to be. now,
whether England can be kept out of
the conflict or not. The people of Eng
te'land are divided themselves. Tlie
Taass of the people, and Mr. Gladstone,
would gladly espouse the side of Russia,
on account of the persecutions of chris
tians by the Turkish government, but
the bankers and lords, with Mr. Disra
eli fer financial and state reasons must
almost supportTurkey. They fear the
great aggrar.dii.ing power of Russia,
and have already snubbed her Two
engagements have taken place thus far,
with considerable loss, claimed, on both
Meanwhile it would seem that all at
oace the whole world wants to go to
war. The Fenians are trying to movu
ths Irish world onto more. President
Hayes ha3 warned the Mexicans that
outrages on the Rio Grande, (or Amer
ican frontier) must cease, or there'll bo
a fight; and Biiham Young's people, n i i i.i
., ' . , " 1 ' ' C , but it often happens m the divis-
thrcatcn to resist bv jirtns, any attempt Afi , , .
T, " , , ion of larjre school districts, some are in
to arrest the Prophet ; w hi e the , v. , ,
1 conveineneed bv beim? so coo'rraTiliio-
eelonics of Cap? Town and Great Brit
tain are at lo-rher.ds over the annex
ation of the Transvaal Bepublic to
England without the consent of the
Soniciiiin? about Newspapers.
That the Americans are a reading
i eoj'Ie is manifest by the statistics of
the XF.w.-rAPLR Pitcssof the country,
as given in the Xfavspapi:!: Dirfct
oi:y foi lST7,j;ist issued by S. M. I'lt
KNtiiLL A Co., the well-known Adver
tising Agents of Xew York, Boston
and Phildelphia. There are reported
in it the names, ehar.ietpr fTHiiiti.-;!!
agricultural, religious, medical, etc.,
and names of publishers of no less than
7S dailies, 79 tri-wer kiies, 125 semi-
weeklies. G,c0C, weeklies, 1 Q2 semi-mon- j
th'.ies, 771 monthlies, 1C l;i-mot!iIies aii'l
".0 quarterlies, published in the United
Striff 3 ard the British Provinces. The
Directory shows the number of each
of these editions which are published j
in f.:ir-li Sfnto Tor-i t..... t :
ThebtK.k contains 370 m-0s and :
finbracps an immense amount of val- ' wncu Hie smoke of battle clear away
uabic information, showing pir-at la- j we shall count our wounded as they do
bor and care in its collec tion and prep- 3t Kars, only tlicrc they kill Tmkc-ys
aration. It ives all necessary facta ; ai'1 hf re we kill pigeons. Well, vat's
for ah advertiser to know about -S,oT4 ti e difference; enoupdi pigeons will
epaiato 2ublications, while it i. also I ,nake as much eat as ti Turkey. Wheth-
lite resting and valuable for the gener- j ay number of shootists will ruake
,-.t reader, the str.dent of American pe- j a Turk, we cannot say,
,nd!a1 literature, and the obiierver of j -- . .
At?,2ri-.!i in.stitutioiLS. The book is j Wn 0is.il attention to IIou.J. C. Cum
?r tbe low rrico of .1.00 percopv. nuns Tump Advertisemenf.
Associated Press DNpatthcs.
Jiotts From The Capitol.
THE CABINET SESSION YESTERDAY.
Washington, May 4. The cabinet
was in session nearly three hours to
day, and it was decided to postporne
the extra session of congress until the
loth of October next. This change of
the original programme was made up
on careful consideration of the gener
al interests of the country with almost
unanimous decision. The business of
the community, as well as of members
of congress themselves, as far as they
could be consulted, seemed to argue
that there should be no session of con
gress this Summer. It was ascertained
that, without any-immediate appropri
ation, the army could be clothed and
supplied with all nesccssaries, and that
until the 15th of October only one reg
ular pay day h;is to be passed. It was
also considered that if congress meets
in October it may remain in continual
session and finish its business before
next Summer and thus avoid the liot-J
weather of next year as well as thi.--.
WHAT A CABINET MEMBER SAYS.
A membei of the cabinet says of the
extra session that the change in the
date was not in any degree caused by
apprehension on the part of the admin
istration as to the consetjuer.ses of ear
ly congressional discussion of the pres
ident's southern policy.
WHO IS TO SL'EFEK.
The department of justice will suf
fer much inconvenience by postpoment
of the extra session, as there is a defic
iency of at least half a million dollars
by the first of July to be provided for
by congress. There is no money to
pay officers of the Xavy for the months
of April, May and June. The amount
required is about 800,000, for which
they will have to wait until the extra
session. Army officers will also be
considerably embarrassed as they can
not receive their pay after the 1st of
July until the army appropriation bills
School District Affair Again.
Mr. Editor: Since, in your issue
of April i-'Oth, you have opened your
columns to a scurrilous attack upon "a
certain Superintendent of Public in
struction," by Mr. Louis Calkins, you
will not deny me the privilege of show
ing up his "unvarnished fact." in the
light of truth. I always exceedingly
deprecate a conflict of this kind through
the public "prints." But since I am
involuntarily drawn into it, I propose
'lo fight it out on this line." Xow let
us see how these "unvarnished facts"
will bear the light of investigation.
1st. It Is not "a fact that a certain
County Superintendent of Public In
struction did count thirteen names as
signed lo said petition and granted the
Sndly. It is not "a fact that when
said Superintent granted said petition
he had before him a remonstrance sign
ed by twice legal voters? But the
facts are, that on both the said peti
tion and remonstrance were at least
three names, which had been on as
many as Jice petitions and remon
strances, and all appealed to each oth
er, and consequently wire not, in my
judgement, entitled to be counted on
either petition or remonstrance. Af
ter marking, them off both the peti
tion had eight mimes left, and the re
monstrance had nine. Two of these
were not "legal voters" and had no bus
iness on the remonstrance, which re
duced it to seven, or eigltt for said pe
tition and sevtn. against. As eight
counts more than seven, the petition
wins. Again one of the seven had
sold his property in the district, and
is about to leave the district and is not
interested in the matter of division.
3d. Xeither is it "a fact that another
petition signed by twelve legal voters
asking for the division of the same
school district on another line, having
no remonstrance against it could not
be granted by s.iid Superintendent, &c."
The facts are these twelve are the iden
tical twelve on the above remonstrance.
Three were counted off for signing two
petitions to divide the same districts
on entirely different lines; two were
not legal voters, and two more had
been set out of the district by the di
vision already made; which left but
five names on the petition. Since then
a remonstrance (larger than the peti
tion) has readied the Superintendent
against such division; which proves
clearly that the "said petition" was
not the wish of the people." Xow, Mr.
Editor, I have no ill will toward neigh-
convenienced by beino; so geographic
ally located, as to be on the out edge
of the new district. While neighbor
C. may be somewhat discommoded
in this respect. I think the change on
the whole a very judicious one, and the
people have acted wisely, looking for
ward to the permanent organization of
large district. I remain your humble
(1. B. CnippHN,
Co. Supt Public Ins.
Weeping Water, May 7th, 1S77.
This is business bovs, but plesso
don't appeal t the editor quite so much
for he does not know beans about
school-district lines. Fight it out on
the district line and good luck to the
The State Sportmen's Association
meets here on the 22d, 2Sd, and 24th
of tlie month and a very powdery time
is expected. Plattsmouth will un
doubted! v explode herself then whether
she goes off or not. There is no chance
r it i. n-
the town will be full (of life,) and
Mn. F. Guthman receired a letter
from Germany last Sunday announcing
the death of a brother about thirty
years of age. He leave a wife and
three children and in the last of the
family in the old country, living on the
old homestead where the family have
resided for 2!0 years and over. About
fifteen months ago Mr. Guthman learn
ed of the death of his father and now
the last remaining brother in the old
home has gone.
Some Jlore Statistics of Cass Cossty.
We give this week the real and per
sonal property valuation of the county
and precincts, and the total valuation
of cattle, horses, fee, as well as all mon
eys, mortgages, &e.
& '-z. fr
c . C. li t "
Vs I "-: CS '-. '- l '
Z I . - I
T- tc -.- r -1 - - r ? '
J-- ! - -i v: ".-'y'rr!'-.-i
i I f -; - i
5 tC ' 4" " l
it c- s
c 1: '--
Tot.'l value of nil town lols i:i Co. ?37s.8
Amount I Uioiif in man'U'iii'tmios ,0i.2l
' ' " uii'iPli.nnJii'O C5.726
No. of nrves in County SJ;.-:
No. of lioises In Co. (S.tU.T value $228. 783
No. of Uo-i in Co. 1.277
mules - " .-.-: " 'jnr.'.to
" -;itllt " " l'-7.-3 " 127. l.M
HhPt'p " " H " 5
swim- " ' SI .ess " M.016
" " vphi-U"i " 1,'xw ' 4.r;ir
Ain't of inouovs '.M2s
iiiorf naz lo-in. V13
" " stork :onl s!ijirt'! ,.'5.;r.,:t
" " hce!i'i(l fiii-u..inst.,watc-Iic!'&c lOL.'.V
" " Tiva'e lilirarics 'J,y.9
" " all oi her per-'l. to;. whi. h in-
ohul a 2 rilin in -rihs. 2."(.23
" " nil ii. II. in;flt v VI I.T.vt j
Tot:iI of a'l pii.. .f every 4Jcsc in Co. ?.;.;:! i.ltx ,
li I"i:Ul!iioui?i t ily alone ihoic- giveii iu
to tlie Assessor
' Moit:a'ic i'l.'nt !
Stock aii'l rI:re -j.r..')i.i
1" limit i:r ..! 47
All other iirojierty 4.".:-
Manufaetyries o,o '5
Now you can all figure how much
is, or ought to be raised, and guess
where it goes to, just as well as vour
rtr.roKTKo r. f. v. wnirr..
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LATEST NEW YOHK MARKETS
Ni:',v Yoisk. Liy .
LATEST CHICACO MAKKF.T.S.
Chica'io. May 0.
Flour 5 2,Y'V. T'
Wheat 1 CI'.
a. -r., m
4 tot'.J lo
mm an iw
DAVENPORT PUMP COMPACT,
PAT E M T
STONE FORCE PUMPS.
I "GtAH'SSTDNE PtiVP.
ism v$ ii-i
FOR SALE E.Y
Possesses the Folio txiny Suptrloriti(S
1. It i nev.-r affected by frost reij-iirins no
tappin'i. raising of the haiidie or o! her eare.
J. ii starts with the lii: ors"C"nd tnotivm rf
the handle, rnrt the How- ceases the moment you
slop, b'uviiie no diipji'nus to f irm mud or ice in
winter, on arid ;re.nid the platform.
!t thoroughly ventilates the well, ridding
it I . f f . i : , 1 "III
... ...... ..... , ...
i. il saves us cost ever) ear in moor ; n i tins j
o eay .r . r . ,.:. !
.-. It is invaluable in case of fire an engine
ever ready a t your door. j
t'. I lie cylinder beimr of clone, and glazed on ;
tie: in-ide. is eipial to iass. and mu'-li si ropier ; j
there is no slime or H't n ev er collect in; on it.
7. The well reouircs no cleaning out after otie
of tl.( se penps is set in one that is clean. :
s. It combines both the atmospheric and force j
principle, which asves it an coial pressure on
the .vater. tiirowint' a steady -ircam. luuh v.:'.a
Cue in. and down luotio 1 of tbf hand!.-.
0. Mi is pump always brings eo.d wafr from
the sfjit. the water st'andiii beli.v the pUUforrn
in a si one t Under.
in. The buckets may be removed at any ti:j?
without moving the plimp or platform.
Thev w ill throw from fisty to seventy-five feet
from t lie eml of :t lio-",1 Iro'ni wells up to sixty
ftt deep, with one hand l'.ower.
They are aNo very in -1 ui for washing curriii
ges. unions, spriu.iiing lawns, &c.
nVVT .TVk Tk i r
V OfS-P.C :
5 V 2L JjJh. t
Has removed to the lower part of Main street ;
n what was Dover's Store. His j
inHHSUSS btOClS CI J? UlUlllirw
is larger than lie expected, and be
WILL SELL OFF
all ruvsent st'k on hand at
Grealiy Reduced Prices.
Lemcniber the ne ,v stantl down town. tl:
FOOT STOKE. Two stories full of furniture.
r,f..,o i rt h 2o tew. ... 1.,11, ;t i
all over. I want to tc'l off a good deal
your lime to buy.
filfr a r T?AT f A CO !
LriE-Ar ruri tAbrl,
r 5 "Mi 1
- t . s ; -.--i '1 - r
f nr'SKY KOF.CK.
Li ni men Is .
Ous kind for the Human I'amilv. The
other for HorscM and Animals.
Thf3e l.iniinr-nt." aro fimTly tlie wonder of the
worKI. 'lheireSecirt arc little lets thau marvel
ioirs. The "VIite Liniment i for tlie hiuiinn
f.onily. It w iil drive Hli-utnailf:ii, St-iatlc:i and
tiral'.ri.-i fiMtn tlie vsteii : ".;ie I.iiinliao,
( 'MlililaiiiK, I.oek-javr. rlsy. Itoli. and most cu
taneous ei utitioii.-i ; it extr.ift? frost from frozen
hand and ft et. and t'ie poi.-on f bites and
siinir of vpikmiiou" '-pptilcs ; it sululues sweil
11);;. ami alleviates pain of every kind. When
.lraiii- or hruises oeenr. it is the most potent
reint'il v cv'i-discovered to lieal the inlit.'ed parts.
i Ik entatir Liniim iit ij v. it u great eilica
ev for sore throat. Too thro he, Caked
KrentM. Ear-aelt. and Weak I?aek. 'J he fol
lowii g is but a sample of numerous testimoul
"Indiana Home. Jkff. C'o.,Ini., May 23 '73
'T thiid it my duty to inform you that I have
nii tlrrfd much with xnolirn feet Hint
eliorl!. A few bottles of Centaur I.ir.imcit
1i:l donii tlie work for me. I have not, beeu
Tree from these swHlinjn it eia;'t yearx.
Now 1 nut nerfeetly well. Tlie Liniment
onirht to be uiiplied v. ;u ni.
The proof is in the trial. It U reliable, it is
bandy, it i- clieap. and every family should have
the white Centaur Liniment.
Tlie Vellow Cenlaisr l.ini mrii t is adap
ted to tiie touli muscles, cords and llt-sh of
horses and animals. It has performed more
wonderful cures in three years of Spavin. Strain
Vv iiid-ir.'.Ms, Scratches, Sweeny, and general
lameness, than all other remedies in exi tenee.
Uead what the great lixpressiaeu say of it :
"New Voi:k, January, 171.
"I'very owner of horses should give the Ckx
tai'u Linimknt a trial. We eoiisitler it the
best article ever need, in our stables -
II. M KSTI. Supt. A. lams Kv. Stables, N. Y.
K. ri'LTZ, Supt. V. S. Kx. Stable. N. Y.
ALBKKT S. ULIN, Supt. Nat. Kx. Stables N Y
The patrons of thN Liniment are Farriers and
Veterinary Surgeon, who are continually usin
some l.iniiiientr 1 1 heals lalls, WoiiiuIh. I'oll
evil. removes Swelling, and is worth millions
of doiiars annually to Fanners, l.iverv-men,
Stock-trrower. Sheep-raisers, and those ha injj
horses or cattle.
What a K.-irrier cannot do for 520 the CVtnaur
Liniment ill do at a ti iiliiiyr cost.
These Liniments are sold bv all dealers
throughout t he country. They are warranted
by the proprietors. a,nd'a bottle will be tiven to
auv Farrier or l'hysieiau who do.vires to lest
Ldibratory of J. li. Itose ii Co.,
4'i Dev St., Nkw Yokk.
Iielier Cntri:t is a . umplete substi
tute for Castor Oil. and is a pleasant to take :s
Honey. It is particularly adapted to Teething
and irritable children, it destroys worm, a.s
s:uiiates the food, r-nlates tlie sioinach, :;nd
cures wtnd colic. FeW reiiiei!;cs are :n cl'iica
(Mis lor Fevcrishne8-. Croup, Worms, and
Vlinn;.i;iur Coil Casioria is a scicnlilie and
purely vegetable prepi:r.i:ii;i, more effect ire
than Castor Ui!, and neither g.ijrs nor gripes.
Co i.i; Mf. I . Conn., May 3, 1s;g.
Me--Ts. ,T. F Hose & Co., X. Y. :
(on! : I have ; family of eiulit children, and
nave i -.1 a- much t nin ;xs anv family in
; the li:it-il Stale, f thi-ih. 1 have never found
i ;nyt!iiii. ciii :) to it. .'y children have been
i s.ived from a ftver veral tunes bv the use of
l "ast .vi a 1 recommend its n-e for .-.hiidren.
1 i-ivmv to any mvlieirie 1 ii:iiw of. 1 feel it lay
ii uty ti 1 1 vc ; -lis eci ;;;i-":ite n:i acciint of the
hemf:ls 1 have derived by the n-e of CAstoisia.
Vtrv truiv vours.
TdttJ Nt)K.;iA. 1'. LITTLE.
'- 41, -.,....t
. -', i . . . - ii . '0 dvspepi ii's.biii.iu- .-.uf
-v'c". ---;' le! i'i in iais of fever
-v 'L.-,- " 7r?v a mi auue, t !;e inercu-
H - rial dise.v-i'.l patient
ti iio.v lliev r:t'..-,e'ed
i!: h, clif ci l'id spi-
,WiieW.'Ti t-11 V.U bv
The e ifdpof. Pure-! 'tw.i l..-t HricUic
in fi'j I'o?-. I.
For Oy.'pepi.i, Cmu- lpat : -u. .Taundi.?e. Kil-
ioih an te:... S-k IK-.ehu'i.e. (',!:. lepri- ion
of Spirits. Sum- .-.;..!,,;'.! li. Heart Darn. &c.. Ve.
l'iti.- unriv i:l,'.l .s.iiit'i.'r.'i K";nedy is wan.int
ed i.ot to coniatn a cmpie rian i -!e id M"icury,
i or any injurious oiir:er if .-un.-iaocf, tut is
eoi.iainiii' tlios. S;u:t '.i-tii Koots anil Iler'is.
j wiiieli an aU wi-e prov'.li-iice has placet! in
i eountrie.4 where Liver I;- aes niost. jsrevail.
i Jt ,;,.,,, ,ir-:.-.s tiliMtd I'U Ar,iiiWlrf
j 0, ,f.., Urn. ,,,, Jiov.-.-l.
i 'I ! syi;(ii.)ii!. c.! I.iver Co npl.-dnt are a Wt-
terorl'i t! insie ; m.'.utn ; p-tiii in the back.
!ide-- or joi its.oileii ini-tai;cn lor Kiicuianti-m ;
Sour tionacli : Lo-- of Appei ite ; Kov, els idtoi -nately
eotoive and 1 x ; Headache: l.o-s of
meiuoi-v. v. lh a p..i:; ful -e:;.at ion td ii:tviti
eit io tiTv so'ii' t'.mi'.: v. liic-u oir.-ht to have iieen
dtrne ; Debility, l.nv Spirits, a tidtk yellow ap
pearance of trie skin and eyes, a dry Cougn tf
ten mistaken lor conrumpi ion.
Somel imes many d tlr'n1 cymptoms attend
the iliseasc, at .others very few". le:t the Liver,
the largest organ in the body, is jreneraTly the
seat of li'.e disea-e, and if not regulated iu'lime
srreat siiiferiiij;, wi-etchcdness and iath will
I can recommeud as an efllcu ious remedy for
disease tif the Livt r. Heartburn and l)yslepia.
SIMMONS'" LlVKK KKtO I.ATOfi.
Lkwis ;. Vr7trFK,
!':." M:i.-ter Street.
Assistant Tost Master, Lhiiadelphia.
"We have tested its virtues, personally, and
know that for Dvspep-ia, liihiusness. ;m(
i iir.ibbiiiL; Headache, it i" the bes; meilieine
j ilie world ever Haw. We have trieil forty other
reiiit ilcs before Simmons' Liver Keulafor. but
i.one of them nave es n:ore than tcmiioi ary re
lief ; hut the li'enlfitor not only relieved l ut
cured lis." Ed. T Ii yri'.j)li and 3i:cnjer, Ma
J. 11.ZEIIJX & CO..
MACON, iJA., and 1UII LADEl FHIA.
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted iu the fame happy proportion in any other
preparation, viz : a senile cat li.irtie, a. wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative ml
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Siich iti:il success has atteuded its use, that it
is now regarded as the
EFFEVTUA L SPECTFTC
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
4 a )' tnt-di) in
Malarious I'evets. I'.ov. ) Complaint, Pyspep-
u:ut l H'prP: -ion. i;estiessiu-.s. ,i;ni!in;ee.
: Nausea. Sick Heiulaeii
I iiie, t t'listipaiion
j IT HAS xiO EQUAL
As tliei" ure H nunil'cr n" imitations ofTered
to the piibpc. -e wouid can! ion the conimtinity
j lo !,cy no l'o.vders r I'rcpared Simhoxs' Ltv
i k;i ! ATfiii. in.! s i:i our encravet! urap-
; per, vv'.th the trade nmrfc. Maiiifi and s-itrn;tture
: uii'irol.en. None oti'.-r is er,iiiie,
j J. II. ZE1L1X d- CO.,
, Jfdron, (.... ami I'll Had' Iphia.
Your vaiiialde medieiiic Si:n con's Liver ilei;
idalor. I?: i s s-tv-tl :ne many D,ic;or' bills. I u-e
it for e-. .r:.: ii 'n recoiiiiiieiided. and never
knew it to f :!. 1 huve us-d u in c;ic nut!
( Intbbs. v, i !i my n:,:lc and hoise. ivin them
about lKi'if a col '!e at i ! inie. I liave not -lost
one t ;i:t i u'ive i: to. vou cm reeoiiinientl it to
,.ViI.v 1;i. , ; ... f ,!; ...s i,..i,, t;se l.si med-
icine knov.n for all complaints i ii;.; hors.'-tie.h
. :,,.:,., j.- rvYlt)K
' A , , ,; ; of ,;e;)lxi:i.
2"iV? !'v A2-,n,ts
EOlvJi-trv iov.ns. Only iiecery to she
5 "maniples to maKt; Sides and money, f
n TO t'.iiiv one out oi e;ai: ymenf and (ii
Bnr- - i to wm k. I -ed datiy by an iu-
. Dii) Z -iiiess men. Send st i:n ii for circular,
2 6 i n prices to agents. Add res.
s a 8 -it;i i i, Atis-.x-y."
Krnd-ill r.udtling, Cliicago.
tfy Ol'V YOLJl LK1TERSQ
T:xcclior t'onj-in-jr Book, kj?
Jlade of Chemlral Paper.
: -nv wriiliiir WTIIIOI T Water.
! FKE'. or HIH'Sff. usetl at home, library or of-
rKtSi. or ItltCSU. use.l at nome,iiorary or to
liv-7 For Ladies wishing b. retain copies of let
,,.,-s evciv UN man. elergymeti i corresptjn
dents, travelers it is invaluaVne s.-bs at sight
I. ...i iui Mini iv e will scud a .Mm P'-me book
lettcrsie HV MAIL paid to any address. He
' ,,.r to .v Conintert fa! Airencv. Send stamp
f ..,.; circular. K'KLIOK 31
... ...... .
.,0 AWEATf wanton. -n.0
Subscribe for the IIkhald and Ne
braska Former; only $2.G.j.
LOOK HERE! week selling oi
i v v ' Viv
. .. . VMl'lll.'!, ., ....I.,
' ssl.lin one week v.hith allows wh;U can be
i A,m if a oartv is energel ie. Husiiiess easy and
honorable. i-;en. I stcmp for circular giving lull
1 1..,.- (' I'AI I) 11 1..
Having opened a stock of goods at
my old stand, in Piattsmoutli, attain,
and having just returned from the
East, I .tin prepared to sell goods at
better rates than I havvj ever done be
fore. O TJ JE&
Is just now boiiis opened. We have a full
Spring a?i(l Sum nit r Dry tioo-Jc,
Jllcached and JJi oirn Do ;i. -at !:-,
Prints and Summer Dress Goads,
Ladies and G nts Hosiery.
A full Rtocli of
The host stock of Coffee ever brought to thi
City ; Koitoted and Green.
Canned Fruits in great varieties.
Sugars d- Syriqs in all si:td pacJiaytt
loreiiin & Domestic
My Intention is to do n ?,rt e!:is trade, and
to make tny Store tne i'.nn'U-:uiu irui- i "lin
er's wants. wi wi'l take an l onniry i iuuu
in exchange for goods, at cash rates.
On i- idea Is tobitv for C K STI and sell for ('AST!
to everv oe, ar-d -,t such rates lluit both buyer
and seller can live.
Xow. wo want to see nil our old
frionds buck ngain, an I we wunt all iho
new ones we can get. We promise to
treat von well and send yon homo Iimt-
py, with a wagon load of good3 bought
for verv little money.
Next week 1 PXeet to (HI this eohimn vitii ;i
now list of ponds, just oix-ned. Ke:il tiie ITer
sinil eome and look i.t tlie goods. Unit is all 1 ask
7111G KH rU'-MMEK.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
OIsT T.nyCL.XHT STREET,
Lal ot I'latte alley Ilouae.
In the Town.
CroocZ Teams Altcays on Ifarui.
Careful Drivel's ssnt with car
riages if desired.
Carriages scut to Depot to meet all trains
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
Funerals attended find carriaees furnished to
friends. Address, J. W. SUA N NON,
l-'-ly rilaUsuiouth. Neb.
s -7. 2 s V
d C " - tz
& O 2-
fr r-- -i z.
CO -- -:
i i H
sr cd a 1
i - .
TV3 JTS TrT V $ '3
Lounges, Tables, Bedsteads,
KIC, F.T, ETC.,
Of All DLacriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
r i . ' - - r .
Of a'.l sizes, ready undo and sold cheap for cash.
Vhli many th:'.nks f!V7:i;:t patrotiage. I invite
iiivite all to call atid examine te.y
LAK',;r. STOCK OF
Oreat Merea'd ile i'i!!'".re. Kenkti'r, I.rn. on
1 lie Mississippi, i'r -f. Wu;. II. Miller, General
Manager. .N'ineieenlh year. l-mit sixty lil
lars j-.'iv all expenses. ? r ?re:i!wrs!iip. I!ird
and SI :;! iiiii'-ry. L-iokUei-rteix. l'ei:'.:ieii. I!,-;nr-t.-i-s.O
j.)"r; i lor .Arrhiieei s.Mirvevei-s and Tea eh -.rs
ther't-jiily lined. I'.n:: idi hr.'itfd.rs free.
Free i.eetur.-s iy I'uiliteiit 'Or.-.; U's. I'ivk Fes
t iv.iU uii !i l';'ii i I'.aud in C.Ii(i;e H: !1. I-'ree
furnished r'in fur e!f l-.ar linjc. Tele-'raph-infrer.
;'irt lu.'iid v. riiin-i free. Good lioard-
eal k;;. Address ll.tvlies C. i'ee. Keokuk, Iowa.
Slate where jou saw this ndvetiucniciit. tlyl
E. G. D0VEY &. SON,
At tlie 01..! Stand of
in FI;itt.-inoiitIi, Xebraska.
Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, Hats, Caps,
and Willow Ware,
IX FACT EVKUYTIIIXfi THAT A
fa inn: ii on any one else
need; coming ux
def. the head of
The firm, well known as buyers on a
large scale, for
exclusively, and while making no ;
splurge, they lire always prepared to j
j se;i terms, fit not better) as :
V ;.. r I
anv other linn in the Count v.
STAPLE DRY GOODS A
JIUSLIN RY TIIE BOLT!!
WIN DO W HOL LA NDS,
DEN I SIS ,S HE E TINGS,
TAKE A EE K 1X1)3
OF PRODUCE, AXI) WIEE
ALWAYS HE FOUND OX
HAND TO BUY Oil SELL AT FAIR.
rillCES, TO BOTH CUS
TOMER AXI) TRA
I E R .
Oppoaite Donelan's Drug Store, oa
$r E- O, DOYLY SOX.
idld fQ ii. kil
13 A ZE, G
AVe are in a!inoM
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
ilk k a vij
which we offer our friends and the iiul-lic at
U i'l-i-.-v-" to
Caslnncrcs, Alpacas, Delaines,
Calicos, from 12 to 1G Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from G cts. a yard upward.
The finest stock of AVhUe ttc-dsp-i- . t r brotipht to the City.
Buell's Cassinieres, Tweeds, Jcns, and Cottcnades in
OF A I.I. Kl .VI!-'.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
Tliatikf ul forpa d f;'c:s in the yer.r j'or.e by. I rej.eef(i:!y ?-k a eot.t.'enas.ce ,f i'.e s:i:j,e.
OL'AI!ANTl:t:lM! s A T I sT A t T I jS IN ALL CAfUS, and llOpil.S lliy ClloltS to jdoase Til IV Ii" I'luw j-
ed w ith Miteets, I remain a.i ever, .;. v. Y. ' i.Ij.VCIf.
' EJIEJIL'ER TIIE PEACE, ONE DOOR WEST OF P. O.
PL ATT, i.UOIJTH, NE URASZA.
Jtust cpt ned a
Q iz y V? fa
A NEW AND FJlE-VIl STOCK OF
ft i ig l1,
A complete new stock of
fi-y; A' .CT TT T- T7T?.T!G?
Iery,lTavy Blue, Cardinal Hod & Seal Brown.
Embroideries and Laces.
RACK CUIIHS AND NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
I Satchel.-, Valises, and Ladies Hand
oetis, and Eibbons
Boys Sammer Cas'.L ierc.s Twctds. A:c, (iueenswai e, Woolen Ware, ;'ixi
A I'ull Stock of
Chicago Sugar Cured Hams, Lard SALT FISH, Mackera!
White Fish and Cod.
HE 31 EZIB Ell A LL RINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR OOODS.
BD2fi'i Wmz$ Site IPIssee,
ONE DOOR EAST of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
a iC'tf n
b to7 il 05 IS
daily e i; t, of
iiii u.U U lAlt
st: it tie tini
Xew .Stock of
it o o p f ti u
IB 2 1! ;
SILK NEC KERCH I &'",
TCI X T. T. -C'" TT A Ti TG?
Satchels, Toilet guilts, c, Tilter.s C'.-r-
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