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TH K II Kit A UK-
A. M A -JMUIuiTY . . KnrroR.
LATTSMOUTII, JULY $, 1877.
Child's history of C;c-s county
s now ready for delivery. lk-e.
(orxTY sp.it removal jietitioii
as presented to the Commissioners of
? 1 1 1 County "0 feet Ion;, ho says the
Mn. P. Morkow writes to ns frorn
iwlins. W. T. which he describes as
ilourishiog little town." ;i;ul to
: ir it, David.
i'Kir.ND Michael of the Fremont
; i ihune is enchanted with a new kind
Ijsic he has discovered through
;.-se water of the Bee. Logic is a good
'.--apon, but like an old musket, it ot
u i shoots lxth ways.
I r was ILichard (Irani White who
.-ually remarked that "he who can
'tte what is worth the reading may
:. :ke his own grammar." Whereupon
: !.c reliable mocker of the llawkeye re
sponds: "Those is which we has nl
vs did, Mr. White." Inter Ocean.
Send for MacDoTiagh.
Mason Diltz, a hard case near Mal
m i n, Iowa, attempted to obtain pos
., sion of a hog which a neighbor had
.' 1 nt up for tresspass. In so doing he
t t shot. This was about two months
..,-o. and he died from the effects of the
'.ift last Sunday.
Tin; article on licet Sugar on anolh--'.
page of this paper is worthy of the
- tcTition of our thinking fanners. !e
des the ad vantages and results there
: inted ont we have been cred
) y informed of another great in--mtive
to the Culture of the Sugar
l-'ct. It is said the grasshoppers do
i, -t eat the beet and the crop can be
riised with fair prospects of success ev
' i y year.
In the issue of July 8th, 1?73, there
pveared in the Hehald a statement
;ro:a the County Coiiiibissioners in re
gard to bridge, and road fund.;, etc., in
vhk-h the following statement is
'"In Land road fund at Interest $ j,
:n." It should read "In land road
fund and Interest .?.J.0O:L"
It was either a mistake in the copy
or .f the printer and there is not now
nor has there been since that time any
Iiii'.d road fund at Interest.
A )iitik was raada from Kais on
: i'iday morning, the Tin ks attempting
; urprise the liussians and storm the
hill on which the guns are placed used
i a bombarding the town. The Tnrks
ithdrew after several hours desper
i to lighting. A Russian forward move
ment was checked by the Turks at Pav
Severe fighting occurred. The
crossing of the Danube is an aeeom
r'ifhed fact however. England still
i c mains neutral, and probably will so
irnj as the Suez Canal is .untouched
u:i I free communication with her east
ern colonies guaranteed her.
Mi:. JosErn Coxnoh wa3 the happy
a. .1 successful bidder for One million
2 . 'i.nds of Corn for government forage
at Omaha the other day at good price3.
l?ut it must be borne in mind that this
orn is not to be all delivered now and
z'.rit the pay for it will not be on hand
.vt il in October when it is supposed
the government will make a new ap
propriation for army supplies. Just
low thanks to Democratic Economy we
u. j running the greatest Government
Karth on tick, promise to pay Cer
;.:l?ates of Indebtedness, &.C.
:. Presidents famous letter to OXlcials.
The Tresident has addressed the fol--
ing circular letter to all the promi
nent Federal officers throughout the
. Washington, June 23.
tin: I desire to call vour attention
o ihe following paragraph in a letter
t;I.lrr:5sd by me to the Secretary of the
Treasury on the conduct to bs observ
fd by of.iofcis of the government in re-;:-.:Irn
'-"o o.'licer should b required or per
i:i ;t ted to take part in the management
t f 'o'lUL'al organizations, caucuses, con
tentions, or elec tion campaigns. Their
rifiut to vote and to express their views
c:: public questions either orally or
through the press, is net denied provid
ed it tLws not intefere with the dis
c r.ur of their official duties. Xo as--mpnt
for political purposes of ofti
;rr or Mibordinates shonldbe allowed.
This rule is applicable to every de-;-.'!
tuAnt of the civil Service. It should
5 : understood by every ofik-er of the
Inm-nd tlovernmeiit that lie iaexpect-
i to ''nl"omi his conduct to it's re-
j cement . -
v; rpectfull3', 11. li. Hayes.
I ::1: following are the resolutions
rv'ed by the republican convention
! o v h last week as the party platform
the coraing campaign. They
I-iincipally the work of Hon. J.
Vi;sfr, and are very sonnd:
'.. T'.iat the United states of Ameri-
aution, and not a league. By
.bined workings of the national
te governments under their re-
-,t-. live constitutions, the rights of
.very citizen should be secured at
h -ind protect d abroad, and the
on welfare promoted. Any fail
ure r. the part of either the national
r governments to use every pos
if f.cr.stitutional power to afford am
ple -.-ire'e-ction to- their citizens, both at
toi.i?. a.ixl abroad, is a criminal neglect
r,z tbcir highes obligations.
?. republican party has preserv
ii Hi overnraent to tho commence-
rr&r 'f tbe second century of the na- ty.
tion's existence, and they are embodied
in the great truths spoken at its cradle
that all men are created equal; that
they arc endowed by their Creator
with certain inalienable lights, among
which are life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness; that for the attainment
of these ends, governments have been
instituted among men, deriving their
just power from the consent of the
governed which consent is evidenced
by the majority of the lawful suffrag
es of the citizens, determined in the
pursuance of the law. Until these
truths are universally recognized and
thserfully obeyed, the republican party
of Iowa will stand by its colors and
fight the good light to the end.
.1. The permanent pacification of the
southern section of the Union, and
complete protection to all its citizens
in the free enjoyment of all their
rights, is a duty to which the republi
can party stands sacredly pledged.
The powf r to provide for the enforce
ment of the principals embodied in the
recent constitutional amendments is
vested by these amendments iu the
Congress of the United States, and we
declare it to be the solemn obligation
of the legislative and executive depart
ments of the government to put in im
mediate and vigorous exercise all their j
constitutional powers for removing
any just causes of discontent on
the part of any class, and for securing
to every American citizen complete
liberty and exact equality in the exer
cise of civil political and public rights.
To this end we imperatively demand
of Congress and of the chief of execu
tive a courage and fidelity to these du
ties which shall not falter until the
results are placed beyond dispute or
-i. The public credit should le "sa
credly maintained, and all the obliga
tions of the government honestly dis
charged, and Ave favor the early attain
ment of a currency convertable with
coin and therefore, advocate the grad
ual resumption of specie payments by
continuous and 6teady steps in that
o. That the silver dollar having been
the legal unit of value from the. foun
dation of t he Teder:;! Government un
til 187.1, the law under which its coin
age was suspended should be reper.led
at the earliest possible day, and silver
made with gold a legr.l tender "ov the
payment of all debts, both public and
private. We also believe that the
present volume of currency should be
maintained until the wants of trade
and commerce demand its further con
traction. (. That the investment of capital
in Uiis state should be encouraged by
wise' and liberal legislation, but we
condemn the policy of granting sub
sides at the public expense to either in
dividuals or corporations for their pri
7. That wc demand the most rigid
economy in all departments of the gov
ernment, and that taxation be limited
to the actual wants of public expendi
ture. . 8. That we favor a wisely adjusted
tariff for revenue.
9. That we hold it to be a solemn
obligation upon the electors of Iowa to
be in earnest in securing the election to
all positions of trust, men of honesty
and conscience to the administrative
affairs, men who will faithfully admin
ister the laws; to the legislative affairs,
men who will represent upon all ques
tions the best sentiments of the people,
and who will labor earnestly for the
enactment of such laws as the best in
terests of society, temperance and good
order shall demand.
10. That we rejoice in the honor
able name of Iowa; that we are proud
ofthe State's achievements; of the de
gree of purity with which its public
affairs have been conducted, and the
soundness of its credit at home and
abroad. We pledge ourselves to do
w hatever way be done to preserve un
sullied the State's reputation in these
Labor Degraded at the Samidors House.,
Your attention is called to tlie fol
lowing fart? that on the 29th day of
June, 18TT. five or more sturdy farmers
OI --lS3 t-or.nty. AeiiraKa, ourselves in-
ciuueu, u;ii;i u at me raunuers nous?,
Platlsip.oulh. Nebraska, for our dinner;
not having our coi.ts on we were refus
ed permission to enter the dining room
without first getting our coats or sec
ondly, we cocid borrow of them, which
the clerk proffered to us. We refused
to bend to the paper collar aristocracy,
and acknowledge that laboring men
without their coats were not as good in
all respects as :iny man with bis coat
on. I believe it to be thei duty of all
thinking men to ponder well on the
above facts, before submitting to the
requirements of a hotfl run iu that
way. J). S. Dr.APER,
For the Hr.nu.ii.
j;y a. l. chili.
- For l!ic month of June, 1877.
Highest JJarometer June 9
Lowest " C
Mean " (very low)
Maximum Teio. Juno 21
Minimum " " 8 40
Mean - 67.43
- of many years 7 LOT
Total rain fall 6.41
Number of rainy days 13.
Thunder storms 12.
Hail Storm 3.
Mean rain fall in June for many years
C.73. So many rainy days gives the im
pression of a large amount of rain for
the month; while it has really fallen
rather below ihe average.-'
Many of the storms have been driz
zling ones in which but little water
fell. There were but three storms in
which any considerable rain fell viz.
on the 16th .8 of an inch 23d. 7 and 25 j
1.74 inches. On the day of the great
wiDd storm (the 20th) we had here only i
.33. Probably much more fell in the
X. W. and Western parts of the coun-
A. L. Child
A II eoinniuiiieatiom lor thin department must
be plainly written on one side of the paper,
contain no personal or improper allusions aud
he aoennipanied with the writer's BKAI. oarie
though it need not necessarily be signed to tiie
article written. Co rreapon dents cjudo as they
like about that, but must Inform us privately
of their real naaies.l
The. "Letter Hot" H Intended for tbe young
folks and beginners. Other correspondents
will appear elsewhere."
W I LB Kit. Nkb., June 16th, '77.
Kl). llKUALI). 1 thought I would in
form the readers of the "Letter 1'ox"
that we are still on the land and
amongst the living, here in Wiiber.
AVilbcr is a flourishing little town
situated on the Uig Blue lliver, with
one of the best farming countries in
t lie State.
We have been having it pretty wet
ont here. The rains here art ;us wet as
water can make them. We never get
them any other way. Just damp
enough to make grain grow. Wheat
and other small grain is looking splen
didly, corn flourishing, what there is
We are going to have a good crop in
spite of hoppers. The farmers are fight
ing them valiantly, destroying them in
great numbers. One man especially
who had on exhibition about one and
a half bushels, the result of about two
hours work. Kind o hard on the hop
pers, but if they will let usans aloan
we will let youins alown. Chip.
Teachers and Superintendents should
remember the Convention at Platts
nouth July 9th. This is likely to be
one of the most important Education
al meetings ever held in the state.
S. Ii. Thompson.
Ordinance No. SO.
An ordinance providing revenue for
the City of PJattsmouth, in the State
of Nebraska, for the year 1877.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the May
or and Common Council of the City of
I'lattsmouth, that there shall be and is
hereby levied on ail the real, personal
and mixed property within s;id city
not exempt from taxation by the laws
of the State of Nebraska, a tax of five
mills on the dollar, for general revenue
purposes, tor the year 1877, said levy
to be made on the valuation of said
property as shown by the assessors rolls
of said city for said rear.
Sec. 2. That there shall be and here
by is levied on all the real estate with
in the corporate liir.it.5 of the City of
rialtsniouth not exempt f i "in t;x:iii';ii
by the laws of the State of Ni-'.-.-.-aska a
tax of live mills on thedoih'r. for build
ing bridges, grading streets, building
culverts, sewers, and Cor cons'.ructing
foot walks across streets in said city,
during the year 1877, s:iid levy to be
made on the valuation of said proper
ty lis shown by the assessor's rolls of
said city for said year.
- Sec. 3. That there shall be and is
hereby levied on all the real, person
al and mixed property w ithin said city,
not exempt from taxation by the laws
of the State of Nebraska, a tax of three
(.") mills on the dollar, for interest and
one tenth principal due on the bond
of the City of Plattsniouth, issued to
fund the iudeotcdncs of said city, said
levy to be made on the assessed v. u na
tion of the real csLate of said city, as
shown by the assessor's rolls for the
year 1S77. said tax to be paid in money
i-:c. 4. That there shall be and here
by is levied on all th red estate with
in the; corporate limits of J'l itt vnouth
City not exempt from taxation by th'j
laws of the State of Nebraska, a tax of
rive (3) mills on tbe dollar, for payment
of principal and interest on three street
bonds, said bonds having been issued
by tht; Citv of riattsmouth, r for work
doiio on Chicago Avenue, a public street
and thoroughfare in :iid city, said levy
to be made on the assessed valuation
of the real estate only, of said city, as
shown by the assessor's rolls for the
year 1877, said tax to bo paid in money
Sec. 3. That there shall be and herej
by is levied on the real, personal and
mixed property within the corporate
limits of the Cily of riattsmouth, not
exempt from taxation by t lie laws of
the State of Nebraska, a tax of eleven
(11 ) mills on the dollar, for the pay
ment of interest due for the year 1877,
on certain bonds voted by the. City of
I'lattsmouth in the year 1M'J, in aid of
the couslruction of the l'urlingtou
Missouri lliver Hail Itoad iu Nebraska,
said levy to be made ou the assessed
valuation of said property, as shown
by the assessor's rolls for said city, for
the year 1377, said tax to be paid in
.-KO. o. 1 hat there shall be an 1 here
by is levied on all the real, personal and
mixed property, within the corporate
limits of tbe. City of Plattsniouih, not
exempt from taxation by the laws of
the State of Nebraska, a tax of five and
one half (3)) mills on tho dollar, for
payment of interest on bonds voted and
issued by said city for the erection,
construction and completion of a High
School building within .s;iid city. s;iid
levy to be made on the assessed valua
tion cf the property of said city, :is
shown y tno rtssesvu-'s rolls for the
year 1S77, ;aid tax to be paid in money
Skc. 7. That there shall be and here
by is levied on all the real, personal
and mixed property within ihe corpo
rate limits of the City of riattsmouth,
not exempt from taxation by the laws
of the State of Nebraska, a tax of one
half mill on the dollar, for pay
ment of interest due, and one third of
the principal of the bond issued by the
City of I'lattsmouth, and known as the.
High School Furnace Uomt, said levy
to be made on the assessed valuation
of said city, as shown by the assessor's
rolls for the year 1877, said tax to be
paid iu money only.
Six. 8. ' That thero shall be and
hereby is levied on all the real, person
al and mixed property, within the cor
porate limits of the City of I'latts
mouth, not exempt from taxatiyn by
the laws of the State of Nebraska, a tax
of six (C mills on th dollar, for the
payment of teacher's wages, lor t lie
year 1S77, said lew to bo made on the
assessed valuation of tbe taxable prop
erty of said city, as shown by the as
sessor's rolls for the year 1877, and that
said tax shall tie paid in money only.
Skc. 0. That there shall be and here
by is levied on all the real, personal and
mixed property, within the corjmrate
limits of the City of Portsmouth, not
exempt from taxation by the laws of
the State of Nebraska, a tax of four (4 1
mills on the dollar, for the support of
schools in the school district in the City
of Plattsmouth. in the County of C:lss.
and State of Nebraska, for the year 18
77, said levy to bo made on the valua
tion of the property of said city, as
shown by the assessor's roll's for the
vear 1377, said tax to be paid in mon-
sec. iu. this ordinance shall be in
force and take effect from aud after bs
passage, approval and publication, ac
cording to law. Passed and approved
July 2d, 1877.
Attest: J. Y. Jonxsox,
J. D. Simpson. Mayor.
KKf-CiiTiCD ik V. K. WtllTK.
...3 WV'M 75
. . . 2 N'U3 00
New York. July 3.
LATEST CHICAGO MARTLETS.
C'HlCAoo, July 3.
Flour 5 2;:i5 75
Wheat I H
Hoes 4 T.vJi oo
Caltle 4 75i I W
Money for Farmers.
have now on hand, ready for diiting a fi
Poland China pig fr sale, at reasonable rate,
(tan furnish in pairs not akin. These ii are
deseended from the herds of Shepard . Alexan
der, of Illinois, and A. C. Moore. Can pedigree to
the best hogs at the national hog show in Chi
cago in 1S72.
Correspondence promptly answered. Save
the expense of Hend.nir fartiier east.
- K. N. SHELPON.
lSmC Malvern, Milla Co., Iowa.
VIXEHt LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Fresh Beer & Ale.
SIZCI ili .lTTEXTIO IAII TO
Bottled Deer for Family tiff, Ct, ite.
c?i x z. i r
rtn-iT- -rrr- rrmiri
Feed and .Sale Stables.
Corner 6th and Pearl St. s.
horsbh' noAnnicn by hik
DAY, tVBiKK, 0 12. 580ATII.
HORSES BOUGHT. "
SOLD Oil TRADED,
For a Fair Commission.
TEAMS AT All hours.
Tui ocular attention paid to
Driving and Training
Ai.so A hearse furnished when called for.
SALE, FEED d- LIVERY STABLE.
In Main street l. early opposite the Cotilt
House, i'ial tiiiio'.i'h, NH.
Horses for Sale.
The buying :i
the specially o
The buying and sellimr of pno.l liorsos made
he specially of the business.'
is & Carriages,
and fertile horses, for Ladies to drive are kept
;.t this Stable.
.l.-o a cany :ui, ul.ich runs to the depot, and
will carry p:isM-ngers from aav piace in town on
FARMERS CALL AXD E A' AMINE
MY STOCK FOR SALE.
G. DOVEY & SOH,
take pleasure in announcing,
T H U CITIZKNS OF I'LATTS
MOUTH AND VICINITY,-
That they are now located in their
NEW BUSINESS EOUSE,
Opposite Fitzgerald Jilock,
and ready to see their old customers
and as many new ones as may come.
ii new 2issortincnt
inent of uoo
in a new,
LIGHT HANDSOME PLACE OF
We think we can ac
the taste of all.
Give us a call any way, and try the
nev up town stote. ttt
en tan r
ii ni merits .
have beeu .sold the Ui.-d year, and not one com
plaint lias reached us that they have not done
all that Is claimed for them. Indeed, scientifle
skill cannot eo beyond the lesult reached in
these wonderful preparations. Added to Car
bolic, Arnica, Mentha, Seneca-Oil and Witch
Hazel, are other ingredients, which makes a
family liniment that defies rivalry. Kheumatic
and bed ridden cripples have by it beeu enabled
to throw away their crutches, and many who
for years have been afflicted with Neuralgia
Sciatica, Caked rrea.ts. Weak Hacks, xc, have
found permanent relief.
Mr. .Tosiah Westlake, of Marysville, O., writes :
"Ftr years my nheiimatism has been so bad
that 1 have been unable to si ir from the house.
I have tried every remedy I could h.':ir of. Fi
lially 1 learned ol the Centaur Liniment. The
first three bottles enabled me to walk without
my crutch en. lam mending r:;jiid!y. I think
your Liniment simply a marvel.
This Liniment cures Burns aud Scalds with
out a scar. Extracts the poison from bites and
stints. Cures Chillblams and Frosted-feet, and
is very efficacious for Kar-aehe, Tooth-ache
I tell and Cutaneous Eruptions.
The? Crntanr Unimeut, Yellow
Wrapper, Is intended for the touh fibres,
cord-' and muscles of horses, mule3 aud animals.
1JEAI) ! HEAD !
K-jv. tJeo. W. Ferris, Manorkiil, Schoharie Co.
N Y., say.? :
"My horse was lame for a year with fetlock
wrench. All remedies utterly failed tocure and
1 cwiisidered him worthless until 1 commenced
to ui-e Centaur Liniment, which rapidly cured
him. 1 heartily recommend it."
Itiii:ike3 very little difference whether the
case be "wrench." sprain, spavin or lameness of
any kind, the effects are the same. The great
power of the Liniment is. however, shown in
Poll-evil, I!ig-head, Sweeny, Spavin, King bone.
Galls Mid Scratches. This Liniment is worth
millions of dollars yearly to the Stock -growers
Livery-men, Farmers, ami thofe having valua
ble animals to cue for. We warrant its effects
and refer to any Farrier who has ever used it.
Laboratory of J. 15. Hose fc Co.,
4; Dky Sr.. Nk'.v Vouk.
A fo.-iijiU'te substitute for Castor Oil, without
it-i ti:i;i!e;s;tut taste or recoil in the throat. Tho
result f no years' practice hy Dr. Sunn I'itcher
riteher's Castoria is tiaitu ului iy recommend
ed for children." It destroys worm, :i,sknil;ites
the food, an. I allows natural sleep. Very effica
cious in Cr.iup ami for children Teething, l'or
Colds, Feverishnews. Disorders of the. liowels
and Stomach Complaints. nothing is soelTective
It is as pleasant to take a honey, costs but 3"
cent, and can be had of rtny di'iiUt.
This is one of a .tiiy iesiiuioniais :
"Cornwall. I.ehavon Co.. iv.. Mar. IT, "71.
Hear Sr: I h:ive i.scd "nr (Jastcima in ir.y
(ilacih e ! 1" so n.' i iii: . i 1 ..!.e ti't :it dr;-.siiie
la tuuimit mi;:.; f ' t!:-l 7'':' ' -hm a a.sajt , iv
itali'e, sv.ul ajjreeaale meiiiciiie. It is particular
ly ailtijiti d t- clt Hi !r- it where t he repan.iiit l isle
of Castor Chi reiuleis it so difiicult to I'd'oinisi.-r.
I-:. A. KNDKUS. M. D.''
Mothers who try Casti.i ia will find that they
cm sleep nights !ti::l that their ha!)i:s will ho
J. B. Ki .se ; Co., New York.
i Afk the vcrtverd
d yspejith'y.'iiiioiis i-ut-
re:.-, vies i!iit tcM r
iatierit V-.".V-Vi.4 ?-5 ri:il diseased
liov- thy recovered
health, clu-erfu! spi"-it-
and iroo'l aimelire.
i'T? :'hev will teii voa hv
"ir-?Tr?icTl-'ihi!lSiM MOSS' iJ v
'i he Clitniic-al, I'ur'st -,in l'c t Fain
i i Vf ire; I.
I'cr Dy-I'ep'-i i. Constipation. ,I.i'!n.Ii"e. F.il-l"ti-
t!i!ci!, S:c: il.-.ida.rae. t'oiic, l.eprcia
,?' spi; ;,. S.ntr st i.'iia. !i. !l"art liiirn, i.e. ce.
Tji! " UTii ivade.l fe.',:i iinra l;..iieey i- wa: riint
e.l no! tt -i. tail) a i-inule Ji-ait icle of Morciiry,
or any Injurious j 1 1 : : i iw 1 suii.-ta-u e. hist is
FUREL Y YEUETA RLE.
caciaiiihitc li;o' Soath-ra K:m: and Ilrhr,
whi; ;i a a a:l wi-c provi.'.ciiie has priced in
coiieti-ie m lo re l.ivt r li-e:.. es ii,i.t picvail.
It wilt run- oil ? rnwr:l hy Lx rmnji'innit
0 Hit IJn.r awl I!ir
The symptom- of Liver Coaip'aint are a hit
ter or had taste i'l the laoutii : paia in the hack,
: le:: or .ioa-ts. o::en mistaken for j;heiiiaati-ni ;
.-four St-.'m:!; !i : l.o-. of Appetite ; Hov ds aliei
liale:y cn-tive and lax; 1 le.ula. .-lie ; l.os of
in :'ti" ry, it h n painful tenai ion of haying.' fail
i d to do M.iai t 1 1 1 1 1 .j: nisicii ou,;lit to h.iv.: oi en
done ; Debility, l.ov Spirits, a thick yellow ap
pearaiice of tho ."kin and eyes, a dry Couyn of
ten iiiirrtaKen for consumption.
Soiiietiiiics many )f thes symptoais rJtend
the liisease, at oi!ier very few. but the Liver,
t he lare-t oraii in tiie buly, is peacrally tha
seat ot the d'M.'.ise, and if not rejMiia.ed in time
irient suffering, wretcliedaess and iratu will
I can reeonuneii'l as an efficacious remedy for
disca-e of tJle Livi r. Heartburn and Dysptpia,
Simmons' Livr:it llKia; LA ifm.
l'i'." Maf-ter Street,
Assistant l'o?t Ma.ster, 1 'hdadelphia.
"Wo have tested its virtues., personally, a:nl
know that for Dvi-pcpi-i.t. lhioiiMtess, atid
Throbbint; Ib'adaehe. it l-1 tue lesf n.edicine
the world ever saw. We hrve tried fort v o;her
re;ned:es before Simmons' l iver lleicuiator, but j
none of them pave us more than temporary re
lief ; but the Keirulator not only relieved but i
cured Ti t'jrjraili (tn l .t.Kscayrr, iia- I
Mnmtf K'frre ! un'ij t,ii j
.7. . Z EI LIN cO CO..
MACON, C,A , and l'HI LADEi. I'ii IA. J
It contains four medical element, never uni- '
ted in the (-ante happy propiati'.:) in any other
nrcpar.it ion. viz : a lie'nt.e cai hariie, a wonder-
tnl Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and
certain Corrective of ail impurifiet.- of the body.
Such i;.jnal sui.ee.-s has attended its use, thai it
is now regarded as tlie
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach end
-4s t iom. 'Ji in
Malarloii- Fevers. Howe! Complaints, Dyspep.
sia. Mental Depression, Restlessness. Jaundice,
Nausea, s:e: iIeaduc.:i- Colic, Constipation
and Hilini snes
IT HAS TsTO EQUAL.
As iliei-i? tire a number of lir.'.fitions offered
lothe p'.ddie, v.e would caution the community
to buy no J'-iwders or l'repaii'il SimmoVj' Liv
Eit ItFot '. i.AToit. iii. less iii oar t-uirravcd wrao
)ier. with the trade mark, staaip ul-U signature
imuroken. Xone other is (lenuine,
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.,
M'tccat, Ou.t and Philadelphia.
Your valuable medicine Sitjniou'.s Liver Keji
ulalor. iias saved me inany Doctors' bills, I u.-e
it for every! hint; it is recommended, and never
knew it to fail. I have us-d it iu Colic and
Gi ubi.s, w it h my mules and horses, jdvinn them
about half a boltle at v. time, f have not lost
one that I f;ave it to. yon e:m i eeomiiHMiil il t i
eery one tl.at has s."e!; ;.s be'.ejthe best jeeil
ieine kiuwn lor all eomplai"! - mat hoi -e-iiesh
isheirto. . K. T. TA Y !,.:.
:; !' Aent for (irangers of Georgia.
t I w ... 4 .... .....I
i ) Wj ctry towns. 1 Miiy. v ccisnry to show
'samples to rutiKe sab's and money, for )
to lauv one out ol cmpieviiieiit and di.i- !
A.. i. i ...i .1 i... ..l! i,,.-
tllI' t !v-iness men. Send slanip f-M- circular, i
: .. . .1 .1 ...... !
rltll lI e-e-. it. il,:riu. ..i.! ,
a a -jsi-:4'i. .t;K:is'y.
,W!3 Kf inlaii lai.l.iin':, t Iileago.
Subscribe for the Ilr.KALi) and Ne
braska Farmer; only
mane fli. ht-t
week seilin our
new article to business men A NO TI 1 K K made
One LAI'V ma de : One HOY made
tI5ln one week which shows what can be
done if a party is energetic, l'.nsiness easy and
honorable. Setnt stamp Tor circular jrivin;: full
Kttoui SH "liendall" 'luiltlincr.
4m6 t llllJAl.O, ll.I
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
JOII.V liOXH, Proprietor.
tiii: oi.n KCLi.iiiLs: uor.si:.
Good aceornuiodation.5 for Farmers
and the traveling public. Board SI per
day. Meals 25c. Entirely refitted and
re-furnished, and farmers are request
ed to call and get G meals and bd foe
Having opened a stock of gooils at;
my old stand, in IMattsmoutli, again,
and leaving just returned from the
Fast, I am prepared to sell goods at
better rates tln.n I have ever done be
fore. --O TJ IR,--
just i.iiv being opesit-J.
We liave a fail
Spring and Summer Dry O'oode,
Bleached and Brown Domesti-.-s,
Print sand Summer Dress- Goods,
Ladies and Gents Hosiery.
A full Stock of
Tiie best stock l C.fT-e ever broajl.t to V.iU
City ; Koastcd aud Creel:.
Canned Fruits in grerd varieties.
Sugars ( Syrups in all sized packages
IVoreiun & Domestic
y,v ihlesifio!) is to do a first cla-s trade, and
to m-ike my Store the Kmnoiiuui for the farm
er's wants." Wc wi'l take all Country Froduce
in exchange for goods, at cash rates.
Our idea is to buy for CAST! and sell for CASH j
to even- one, and at such rates thai both buyer I
a:id seller can live. I
Now, wo want to see all our old
friends buck ag;iin, an I we want all the
new ones wre can get. We promise to
trout yon well and send you home hajv
ly, with a wagon load of goods bought
for very little money.
Next week 1 expect to fill this column with a
new list of poods, just opened, lb'ad the oilers
adi-oiue ana looK as inc i;o irs. inai i an
7,0 ELI rLt'MMEU.
(70. FS'ifi'm fi Tf O
J. V. WECKBACH, Prop.
V.'c are in ahuo.'f
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
which we effer our friends and the piddle at
Calicos, from 12 to 1G Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from 6 cts. a yard upward.
The finest slock of White !'ei'.--prea ! e . ;r brought to the City.
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonades in
aaai FaBfi'28iIitsiig Js,
Country Produce taken
Thankful forpast favors iu the years gone by. I resprr Ifullv ask a conlimian. e of u.t.
OfAKAMEElSli s ATISfA. IIO.N IN A I.I. CASKS, and Il,iag ll.y elforH to please ,,.:! be erowu-
ed with eucccss, 1 remain as ever,
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Jiiol opv-uctl a
A NEW AND FRESH STOCK tF
A complete new stock of
Hosiery, If avyBhis, Cardinal Eed L Seal Erovn.
Embroideries and Laces.
BACK COMBS AND NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Satchels, Valises, and Ladies Hand Satchels, Toilet Quilts, &c, Tilters, Cor
sets, and liibbons Inntiniei able.
a ni: a.soT3ii:.t.
Eoys Sammer Cassimeres, Tweeds. Sic, Qtieensware, V.'ocmU ii Ware, an 1
A Full Stuck of
Chicago Sugar Cured Hams, Lard SALT FISH, Mackeral,
White Fish and Cod.
-ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
slDe&EB Foagetf Use PBacc,
ONE DOOR EAST ofTHE FIRST NATIONAL BAWK,
daily receipt of
to suit the times.
in exchange for Goods.
L V. WLVKILVn.
ONE DOOR WEST OF P. ().,
PL A TTS2IOUTII, NEBRASKA .
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