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THE II ERA LI).
j. a. MACMunnrv..
, PLATT-SMOUTII, JULY 19, 1877.
H. V. Crnr.Y - v.w pardoned out of
leaitentury by 'Hoy. Gather on
Tin: County Corn 1 a "ssi oners allowed
the City of Plattsmouth 6100 for bridg
es at their late meeting.
Si:i: Loring's bi advertisements
this week's Herald. He Uvea
Omaha, and i.s alive all over.
XYtz have given very full notes of the
Teacher's Convention here this week,
and it has of course crowded out other
news and matters of interest.
Tun 11th Annual premium List cf
the Cass Co., Agricultural Society is
now out. The Secretary J. 1. Young
is deserving of great credit for his en
ergy and enterprise in the matter and
for the advertising he has worked up.
The ads. more ban paying for the book.
We want the University.
The late report of the "Regents on
the university building at Lincoln ne
cessitates the rebuilding of that insti
tution, it seems, and asks $10,000- of
the Lincolnites. It wiil then cost the
.'late C0.00O. Noyt if they will move
the university here wo will sivo them
a IvitnJsome three story building as
finely situated as any in Nebraska, and
a few thousands added will be all that
is needed from the State.
Our Tiew of It.
On Friday afternoon the IIeuai.d
went up to see the old idea try to shoot.
Mis Gertie Johnson put the boys
through in geography; she made the
lij boys tote the Globe out, and then
she wasn't happy.
After that they had a blackboard ex
ercise, and wo think the little folks
could achieve the highest kind of re
taliation if they should visit these ex
ercises and see a great big teacher chap,
get corcf used, bl 1131. St sramer, rub chalk
on his nose and then stagger to his seat.
I'rof. Drummond and Mis3 J. took a
tilt several times. Drummond mads
s )me remark about brains in the desk,
uud got a' very happy retort.
At cne stage of the game it beearae
tlilhcult to tell exactly who was run
ning the tiling "Prof." McDonagh or
Saturday afternoon Prof. Thompson
gave a series of experiments with the
apparatus belonging to the High School
aad told us he had seen ins.'ruments
AT. yurcliased for $10 that were of more
practical use in real instruction than
those costing S"0(X (If our tax-payers
Lad only known that a year or two
ago.) Said any good teacher with any
mechanical ingenuity could make near
ly everything he needed with a jack
knife, a jack plane, and some bits
wire and rubber tubing, the wholo
which wouldn't cost over S.
The County Superintendents also
hold a meeting Saturday, and since, to
confer about the best method of con
ducting their work, all of which will
hi found in the minutes elsewhere.
The Institute proper closed on Tues
day. Exam: nation of teachers, grant
ing cciti;icaici, a:;d County Superin
tendent's work wore cont'tiv.?d Wednes
day and Thursday.
Altogether the Institute has been
very pleasant to us, and we hope use
ful to those who attended. For a lit
tle while Ave have had something else
besides, politics, temperance, the credit
systemcent per cent an l local quar
rels to tuk about and a few grand
thoughts given us to think about.
Long live all the Professors (';) and
above all long live, the handsome wit
ty and energetic "Schulo Marms'' of
Saturday, July 11th.
Convention met as per adjournment,
A. R. Wightman elected oermanent
chairman, and J. A Hungate perma
nent Secretary. Minutes of previous
meeting read, and after substituting
the- M-ord "outline" for "plan"' were
Moved that vocal music be added to
the list of topics carried.
Moved, that U. S. History be added
to the list of topics carried.
Moved that the general Committee
appoint a committee upon each of the
above topics carried.
Moved that Prof. S. P. Thomson be
a committee upon the objects of teach
er's institute carried.
General committee appointed Mr. I".
Price committee on vocal music and J.
I). Msssinger upon L'.S. History.
Then followed a discussion upon the
methods of conducting County Insti
tutes, involving the following ques
tions. Shall Superintendents appoint
thei-r ovm instructors? 1 Shall we con
line ourselves wholy to text-book in
s' ructions, or oral insturctions, or to
mixed instructions? How can teach
ers be helped to clear up difficulties.
Moved that we adjourn carried.
J. A. HrxciATE, Sec'y.
National Philosophy by Prof. S. R.
The use of apparatus explained and
n hat seem to be mysteries to the unsoG-.i-.Mted
amplified, and explained how a
e-.-ry useful apparatus can be manufac
d at comparatively little expense.
Closed at 2:30.
: ; pi's, and Institute instructors re
mainder of p. in. Adjourned until
:' :.iay 5:00 a.m.
Monday, J idy 1C 8177.
C xivention met pursuant toadjourn
u.tvA, at S:30a.ra., in the' Principal's
ruoUi of the riattsrnouth High School
b aildlng. President A. L. "Wigtou in
Singing roll call responded to by
the following instructors present.
S. Tl. Thompson. State Sup't.; A. S.
YV'igton, President; O. o. L:.:u!,
A. 1J. Charde, Reporting Sec'y. ; . V.
Mitchell, A. It. Wightman, C. AY. Fort,
Ii. Pi ice, J. II. Darling. J. A. (loehring,
J. S. lihodes, XI. O. Searl, XV. E. Drury,
T,. Ik Church, G. 11. Crippen, L 1J. Crip
pen, M. E. Hamilton, II. K. Raymond,
Ida Doolittle, Mrs. Ferie Pierce, Frank
Cunningham, J. A. Hungate, Anna
Taggart, Jennio Sutton, Sophie Gyger,
Katie Doom, Anna Gyger, Emma Gib
son, XV. XV. Drummond, Olive Gass,
Iotlie Cook, Martin Langdon, J. D.
Mcssinger, A. II. Houtzahan, J. M.
Mocket, Louisa Shryock, Kate Ilobbs,
Mary Jencks, L. Darling, E. II. "Wooley
and Eil Ildaly.
Exercises on the globe conducted by
Supt. Thompson, very thorough and
satisfactory, from 8:10 to 3:3') A. M.
School economy by Sup't. Thompson
from 0:30 to 10:30. IieceB3 10:30 to
At 10:13 Prof. Von Coellen, Slate
Sup't of Iowa, began a very thorough
and exhaustive class lecture before
the teachers department of the con
vention. Prof. on Loellcn is an ac- i
complished and thoroughly practical
Educator and the teachers of eastern
Xeb. are under pleasant obligations to
him for his favors,
lie took up ths first principles of
matbamatics and made many dark
things plain, until 11:30.
Spelling by I'rof. Von Coellen. This
exercise was also conducted in his un
exceptional style, all life energy and
clearness. Closed at 12m.
Convention called to order by the
President at ii P. M.
First formal exercise. Class drill in
reading conducted by I'rof. Thompson.
This exercise was pimply a continua
tion of I'rof. "Wilson's excellent plan.
Came in at 2:03 P. M. and closed at
2:30. Adjourned until Tuesday 8:30
Tcesday, July 11.
Opening exercises conducted by A.
C. Eoutzahan. Music by the choir.
Reading by Prof. Thompson, con
ducted as a class exercise; very good,
closed at 0 :30.
School economy S. It. Thompson;
closed at 10:30.
Geography of Nebraska Prof. Ed.
I Italy; closed at 11:13.
Spelling Prof. Tacgart; closed 11:10
Easy fesson in Philosophy S. II.
Thompson, State Sup't; closed 12 M.
Intermission until afternoon, when
after short exercises this Institute ad
journed sine die.
Nebraska Farmer Excursion
cn Friday, July 27th, 1S77, fr-m Lin
coln to Omaha. Tickets for this Ex
cursion will entitle the holder to a
ride to Omiha and return, and also to
a copy of the elegent and valuable
Nebraska Farmer one year. The tick
ets are transferable. The holder is en
titled to the privileges of the excur
sion, and the Fanner will be sent,
postage paid, to any adress in the
Free Ruses from Saunders House to
Orcoioli3 at 8 a. m. to meet the Excur
sion train that day. Arriving in Oma
ha at 19 :40a. in., and returning will
leave Omaha at 11:00 p. m.
Montgomery Queen's Grand Me nag
era, Museum, and Circus will give Af
ternoon and Evening Exhibitions at
Omaha on the day of the excursion
the 27th of July.
All Parties desiring to avail them
selves of this Excursion should pur
chase tickets en or before the 21th, in
order that we may know how many
coaches to contract for.
Tickets will be sold at the Railroad
Depots by the Station Agents.
The Subscription price of the Neb.,
Farmer is 82.00 per annum.
McRrioe & Ceakksox,
Editors & Prop'rs.
PLATTfOIOUTII SfBEKBS, )
July 10, 1377. f
Ed. IIekald: Accepting an invita
tion to attend a picnic on last Satur
day, gotten up by Mr. Joseph Robinson,
teacher near Three Groves, as a last
farewell to his pupils, we wended
our way to the residence of Mr. J.G.Old
ham, in whose grove the good time
was to be. Resting for a slort time
in the cool shade, the croquet furnish
ed amusement until the "little speech
es by little folks" began, which were
well done considering the diminutive
ness of the speakers. After each had
said his or her say, they marched out
in double fh'e to the grove and gathered
around the well filled tables, where we
all diil jubticc to ourselves a3 well as
the refreshments furnished by the
"good mothers," which consisted of
everything that heart could wish, and
spiced with cool lemonade. When all
had filled themselves to their utmost,
we adjourned to the inviting parlor
of Mrs Oldham, and listened to some
delicious instrumental music by Mi.is
Fannie Stanford, as well as vocal
music by Mi.-ses Stanford, Chalfant,
Oldham, and Schuloff. Croquet again
being in order, the balls were kept
rolling until too dark to see the arches.
1 must also mention that Mr. Jas. Al
lison and his new found bride were in
attendance, looking exceedingly happy
in spite of the excessive heat of the day.
Hoping you may attend the next your
self Mr. Mac, I close. R.
Tuesday, July 3d, 1877.
The following accounts were allowed
were allowed on the general fund to
wit: Grand & pettit jurors
Witness fees before gr.jury
Costs, State vs G WDove
" W II McDonald..
44 Wm Ilarnsberger
EailiC.s for adj'd Apr. term
17C 20 j
CO S7 '
G. W. Maytiel 1, work o-i frac
tional se:':..ii map, J W John
; J II IJiHtc-iy, sundries for court
bam 1 Juciiarusoii, service on
J C Cummins, 5 cord wood. . . .
" sundries as per bill. . .
C I Moore, " " 44
Com'rs of insanity, case of Mrs.
lluby .". 10 00
J F Johnson, chat tie mortgage
XV L "Wells, services as clerk of
St. Journal, blaru s &c
M 1 Cutler, serving notice on
Kcntncr '. 5 G3
A L Sprngue, fees in li M R 11
case and expenses 113 40
M 11 Cutler, b'ding prison 'rs &c. 73 00
J C Cummins, for well & pump
at court house. - ; 44 73
E K Parmele, witness fees grand
jury 2 00
Ordered that claim of St. Journal Co
for marriage and probate record be re
ferred back to St. Journal Co. for ex
planation of price of same.'
The following chums were allowed
on poor fund to-wit:
J M Woodson mason work on
poor house 81G3 92
D Sampson, cutting poles for
scaffolding 2 00
J II Buttery, medicines 3 73
J C Eikenberry, hauling mater
ial for poor house 12 00
F 1) Lenhoff, brick for poor
house 83 50
Report of committee to examine and
report ou best machine or means for
killing grasshoppers, was on motion ac
cepted and committee discharged,
and order allowed in favor of II L
bkirviu, ou general fund, as recom
mended, for 820 00.
Order allowed Peter Vogle, C. Gaeble
and C. Pankonin.by reason of the dam
age by location of county road, $13 00.
G A HoaglauJ, order on bridge
fund 9 61
C II Parmele's application for re
funding tax, paid on school land, laid
The following orders were allowed :
II C Calkins, dist. No. 18, 1,049 feet
lumber on II A "Waterman.
E S Cutler dist. No. 47, 100 feet lum
ber on T Y Fountain.
A Satton, dist. No. 48, for use of dist
F L Kruger.dist. No. 45, 1.C00 feet
lumber, on T XV Fountain.
Geo Cross, dist No. 54, bridge lumber
to amount of $30 00 on Waterman.
Adjourned to meet to-morrow morn
ing at 7 o'clock.
Wednesday, July 4.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Commissioners and clerk present;
sheriff absent, (warm weather.)
Ceo Fairfield was employed to stake
out, survey, and report on the bridges
asked by petitious.nmubermg from 1
to 8, inclusive.
Order allowed Geo. Hubc-r, for use of
district No. 11, 020 00.
Ordered that clerk draw an cider on
J V Weckbach for goods, to amount
of 00 each month until otherwise
ordered, in-favor of Mi's Mary Coffey.
The following claims were allowed
on general fund to-wit:
W B Arnold, services as Com"r..S33 10
B S Ramsey, " " 40 90
Henry Wclfe, " 44 44 40
The following claim was allowed on
Henry Boeck, cofiiu for pauper.. 0 7 00
On motion- board ad journed to meet
c-n Tuesday, August 7, 1S77.
WEEXLY WAR REVIEW.
The Lyaio.i Sunday Us j:i:ne-Few Fan
cies and Fewer Facts.
Loxdox, July 13.
There ij no trustworthy news from
Bulgaria. Th it the Rusian3 are
CLOSIXCi i.v vros KUSTCUCCK
is probable, although their concentra
tion must still be in a very backward
state, since telegrap'aic communication
between Rustihuk and Sliumla iva3
intact up to Friday. However a Con
stantinople dispatch announces the
Russians approaching Rasgrad, and
have probab-y already cut the railway
near that point, It is conjectured that
the Turks will maintain a defensive
line from Ilustc'iuk via S humla to Oz
mau Bazar, and will give battle in the
open country. The Constantinople
telegram strongly opposes this pre
suniption.siiicij th.': chief object of such
a defensive line would be to protect
the railway which feeds the quadrilat
eral. Th'n railway lias now been ap
parently cat by the Russians without
A more pa.isible theory is that the
Turks will await the development, of
the Russian Campaign, in expectation
thit Rustchuk and Shumla must ba
besieged mid one or both be reduced
before the advance on the Balkans can
be undertaken. They hop,? thus to
consume the seasxm wherein opposi
tions are practiclc. as Rvistchnk and
Shumla are believed capable of length
ened resistance, and in the meantime
the Balkan passes could be stregthened
TWO THINGS APrEAU CEIITAIX:
First, that the Russians cannot seize
the passes of the Balkans or Sophia by
a coup de main, as was at one time
expected, since the Turks have already
taktn precautions against such move
ments. Secondly, the single bridge at
Simnitza remains the only remains of
communicating with and supplying
the army south of th3 Danube. As
this bridge must be barely a-K-quato
for the day-to-day requirements, and
has been several timss broken by
storms and the current of the river,
there cannot yet have b:'en any such
accumulation of material and trans
port at sistova as would justify a gen-
ateany very startling movement ? for
the presen. and, if th Tur'-.s chocse to
keep their fortifications, advices from
Bulgaria bid fair to continue of the
j3;n e uninteresting character ashcre
130 00 tofore, for several weeks, at leat.
::KroKTE3 av t: v. wuira.
A l.. :.
.3 2V-3 75
. SCC-3 oa
New Yoimv. July 18.
LATEST CHICAGO MAKKETS.
Chicago, July 13.
Flour 5 2.W5 75
r.iul'y . 40
Hops 4 OV." 1)5
Cattle 5 tWiti 10
WZXES, LIQUORS AND CIUAIlii.
Fresh Beer & Ale.
SLt'IiLATTOTIOX PAID TO
Bottled liter for Family use, d-c, cC-c.
li.. V LjUi U IV -L I lliliX
T,. T O -r T Ty Tl T'
Main strpet n curly o;poIte
tiout-e, i lulisiauutn, Jrv.
The huying sun! soiling of good horses made
ill; six'fiulty uf t tic busi'iies.
New Horses & Carriages,
and gentle horses, for Ladies to drive ara kt-;t
at this SUible.
Al.-o a carry a!!, wliicli runs to the depol. ;md
will carry paseuers Iioiu any tilaee i.i tov. n o;i
FARJ1EHS CALL AND LWAJIIXL
M Y STOCK FOR SALE.
Csl x z. .-i 2
Feed and ale Stables.
Comer 6th and Tearl Sts.
ncusts i!OAKDi:o by the
DAY, WCEIi, OSi 3IO.Tl.
SOLI) Oil TRADED,
Tor a F:ilr Ct,j;;iiiissien.
TEAMS AT ALL HOUItS.
Tai iicular uttentiou paid to
Driving and Training
Also A he:irse furnished when called for.
Money for Farmers.
I have now oa hand, ready for shipping a Cne
olnnd Clii.ia i fir sh! nt rca-ioiiMhl? r;itc.
Can fiirni-.il in ;tir not akia. Tlit".e are
(li'M-emled fnini the herds ! S!i-ard .S: Alexan
der, of ( i!i!n i-, and A. C. Moore. Can pedigree to
tlic !i'Nt lifers at the natioaal ho show in t hi
c:m) in 1S7J.
Corre ;ici,:!eiiee pronsptlv :iai v.-ereJ. Save
I'.ie isn'ii-o f sendit'ij fan her e:;-t.
i:. v. .s;iiLrox.
Kitu; M.ilvera. Mil'.j Co., Iowa.
t;ike pleiisaie in iianoiinein,
THE CITIZKXS OF l'LATTS
MOUTII AND VICINITY,
That they are now located in tlieir
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
Opposite FitzgeraM Block,
anil rcaily to see their chl customers
and as many new ones as may come.
Slaving jst opened
a new assortment
m (5 i 1 1 of goods
in a new,
LIGHT HANDSOME PLACE
Wc think we can ac
the taste of all.
Give us a call any way, and trj' tho
new up town stoie. litf
i rn e
have been s---;Id the la t y;ir, and not one corn
pUii il l.r..s reac'ut'd ti- lh:.t they liave not done
t!i:tt is c!:iiiin-d f r ti-eai. - Indeed, s.'ieiitillc
stilll eanaot no heyo.id the if salt n-aeiied in
thee woudoiid preparailoti-. Aildcd to ,'ar
loIie, Ai idea, Mentha. Setiee i-Oii and Witch
Hazel, e.re other ingredient.-, which makes a
family lir.iuient tliat ilctles livaliy. ItUeuniatic
and bed ridden cripples have by it been enabled
to thro.v away their crutches, and many w ho
for years have been afiiicted w ith Neuralgia
Sciatica, Caked lirvants. Weak Backs, &e., have
found permanent relief.
Mr. Jo-dah Westhike. or Marysville.O., writes :
For years my Hheuniatis!!! has been so bad
that 1 have been uitaldc to v.lir from the house.
1 have tried every remedy 1 could honr of. Fi
nally I learned d the Ct niaur l-ininient. The
lirst threw bottles enabled me to walk without
my crutche. lam mending rapidly. I think
your J.ii'.iiuert sinirdy a m;,: vel.''
TliU I.h:?iient cues Ib-.nn a-i 1 Seulds wi;h-o;tt-
a seur. F.tra;;is tin? poieou from Idles and
stints. Cures OnillebiiiH ::iid I iv.-ied-feef, and
is very elie:.ciius fur J-.ar-aeiie, Tooih-aeUe,
Itch an I Ciit ineoas Krupiions.
Tio t'erif.njr li liinien t . Yellow
Wr.jj?r. i.s iat :,!. I fo. the iii.i-h tihres,
Cordiiud inusjles oi: hor-.es, la'ib-s :i:.l ;-.:;i::!u!s.
UK AD ! UKAD !
Ferris, Maa jrkill, Sehuhiirie Co.
X. Y., says :
"Mv horse w i- Heie fur :.
Jenr vir'.l fet!o.-k
y f.-. iied ;o eui e and
;;it:l I eommenced
wrench. All remedief nHei'.y
I coa-'idered hi:;! wonhles'
to use Cei:i:;ur I.iii::i.:ir.
him. 1 heartily ree;:ni!;eiid it
It makes very little d'd'ereiiee whethei' the
case be ": reneh,'" sprain, spavin or lanies-.t ss of
any kind, th" eheets are the v.iee. The rreat
power of the Liidmeut is. however, shov u in
Poll-evil, F;i-!iead, Sweeny, :-:i.i in, Kins bone.
Galls and Scratches. This IJniment is worth
millions of collars yearly to the Slock -irrowcrs
Livery-men, Faitneis, ;iiid (i'.o.-i- li.iv:i!,r va!
b!e aniuials u care for. We waiTa.it its eiTeels
and refer to any Farrier who has ever used it.
Laboratory of J. 1J. Kose & Co.,
4-; Dkv St.. New V-juk.
M U li
K H P &
A Mk. LA.
A complete sab
tnre for Casim- Oil, wit
its unp!ea.s:iiit taste or n
l! l;i tae ihroat
result of 20 ye. lis' piin tiee by Dr. S u.i'I Plu
ritcher's Castoria ii r:ifticu':i:'ly recotiimend-
eJ for childien. It destroys worms, as.-dmilates
the food, and allows natural sleep. Very ePut.-a-
cious in tTJiip and for children Teetiiini,'. For
Colds, Feverishaess. Disoi Jcrs of the llowels
acd Stomach Coiapk'.::iis.:iotkiiiUsoef:eetive
It is as pleasant to take a liocey. costs bm 3"
cents, and can be bad of any drn;::d-t.
This is one of tinny testimonials :
'COllXWAL!.. I.KI'.ANtlN Co., P.V., .M ,r. 17, Tl.
Dear .Sir: I have used your Cas'I a In my
praetiee for some I'iik. I talie siren t piea-ere
in rrviimiiii i- ii ti i:it .."f.vi ; Hf.a:e. ie
liabie. and ealib i:ier,i--iiie. 1 i is p.'.rti'-liiar-
!y diiiMi'.-. il to iiih'i i .1 uiu'le 1 he renr;;;,.int ia.sle
of Castur Oil reii-leif it souiilieult to administer.
K. A. I.MKi;S. .I. 1."
Mother who t: Ca -toiia will litid t!.;it they
can sleep nights and that iaeir tables u be
Ullj J. D. Rosk & Co.. Xew York.
: Ark t!ie rreovored
iilX ,'' dyspepl ir--.b;lioiis siif-
uzs-.f: U'-'i-" ;l'eiei ie; nil- ol level
a i at'je. the iiiereu
rial til ea-e.l patient
how I. ley recovered
health, eiieel fid spi -
if s i:.! :-!.-od a D;et il e.
tV ! hey w;'! te'l j'oii l:y
; iak ill'.; Si mmovs' blV-
i.;: K;..i i.ATui:.
T..c Cheapest, Purest and "e.- Fumilu UeJiciiic
in th) H'orlJ.
For Dyrpepiia. Constipation. .T;urdi"e, r.il
toni all ack-. Sick lb-a I i. h.-. t '. lie. lepr.r-ioa
of Spirit-", So:r So-n,-fh, lb-art Ibirii. e.. &e.
Tin;- I'nrivv.'b'd Stieiheru Remedy i" w.-n -rallied
i:e! to ei lit:; in a Ml.; .' art :e:c" .Mereiiry.
or any injurious iidnertl m;'--lam e, but is
PUB EL I" VEGETABLE.
v.e.x II'.om' SDiit'tern
Roots ami Herbs.
!)' has placed in
whic.'i a a
II wie provi
coe.iitrie.- where l iver I);-
a-es mo-t prevail.
II ii7 crc nil n ji f(!n.-ei
of tfc Liri r iin l ii'mvi S.
The -ymptoms of Uver Complaint are a let
ter or bad tate in the m.eith ; pain in the back,
nidef or joint", oiteti lai-lakeii for Riicumal i-m ;
S ea- Stomach : l.o - - of Appetite : Rowcis altel -naiely
co-live and lax ; Headache ; l.o- of
memory, w Hh pain f til -enat ion of havinjr fail
ed to d Mimot h;'i.r v . h'eh on-..!-,t to have' been
done; leii;i'.y, 1 jw Spirit--, a I hk k yellow a p
pejratice of ihe f kin ,VMd eye-, a dry Conga of
ten mi.-laken for eoiLiinipiion.
Sometime.-many of these symptom-' artend
the dii-ea-e. at oilier- very few, but the l.iver.
the larte-t or.'tan in tile hoiiy, is jrei-crally th
seat oi the di--. a-e. and if not regulated in time
r at suilerinj, wretchedness and ukatu will
I can re.-oniniend aj an efile-icioiw remedy for
(b-ea-e of the I.iv r. Hearibarn and JJjpepii:i,
Simmons' Ljvkk Rkiii i.aioic.
b:2". Master Street,
Assistant To-t Master, I'hiladelphi.i.
"We have te-ted it- virtues, personally, and
Vnow that for Uvfpep-ia, Rilonsiie. , and
Tiirobbin;; lleadae'ne. it is the best nodieme
the world ever saw. We have tried forty other
remedies before Simi. ions' l.iver Regulator, but
none of them srave ns more than teioporary re
lief ; but the Regulator not only relieved lint
ciiied us.'" T.:h yrttpli and Jleeuycr, "da
7Tii:v.i(lt tnrel unh In)
J. H.ZEILIN S- CO..
MACON, CA., ami I'll 1RAI E1 I'll I A.
it cfinlains four medieal elements, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
preparation, vi : a j:i nt'e c-uhartie, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alt'-ralive and
certain Corrective of all imparities of the body.
Sueh signal siiecis has attended its use, that it
is now rejirtrded as the
EFFECT 11 A L SPECIFIC
For all diseases of the l.iver, Stomal h and
d.i n Iicnm!u in
Ma'arious Feveis, Rowel Complaints, Pysnrp
sia. Mental Pepressioii.-Kestlessnes-t, Jaiin.liee,
Nausea. Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation
IT HAS jNtO EQUAL.
f?.l TJTTON. !
As there are .1 number of imitations offered
to the public, we would caution Ihe community
to bay no powders or 1'iepared Simmon' l.iv
ek RkiiCl.ATOi:, mdess hi our engraved wrap
er, with tiietr;o!e vaaik. sta'iip and signature
uubrokea. Xoiie other is rreii'iine,
J. If. ZEUAN d- CO.,
Jlueoii, Git., and l'hihidtlphia.
Your valuable medicine Simmon' l.iver Reg
ulator, has saved m" many imetors' hjjix, 1 use
it for everything it is recommended, ami never
knew it to fail. I have" used it in I'olic and
Crubb". with my mules and horses, iviiif; them
about half a bottb' at -i time. I have not lost
one that I fiave it to. you can reeolnnieiid it to
every one tl.id has sto:-k as bein the best ined
ieiiie known for ull complaints that liorse-tlesh
is heir to. 1-:. T. I'AVI.d!:,
a.dy Agent for drainers of (leorgia.
irascra MAIlK bv A-ents in cities and eonn-
5)XO ar-v fow''"s. Only necessary to show
t-l..HJ"J IW llldnr .Vl,- ,111,1 ll.ril.Jl, lui
TO fanv one out of emidovinent and dis-
... . I. T-: II.. 1... ..11 I...
(TC t "'S-1A 111 HIJF, I. Sril 0,ll! ItJ cl.Il llll-
"jj'jjj) Bsiness men. Send stamp for circular.
! V:3 lvendall Riiiliiint', Chicago.
Subscribe for the IIkkali and Ne
brewka Fei riner; only $2..
made i lavt
ikmv article tt busincs-i inert -AM TII Kll made
:t.-(Mie I.AIV made N'-One HOY mace
fSI.in one week which slnnvs what can be
done if a art v is energetic. Ibisine.ss ee.-y and
ti-inor.iblrt. seinl stamp tor circtdar giving full
Kooui iIi.emlall" It:nllinsr.
4inC CIUCAllU, ll.L.
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
JO!I iiOM, I'roprictor.
TK OLD REI-IiKLi: I301SE.
Good accommodations for Farmers
and the traveling public. UoardSl per
day. Meals 2."c. Kutirely refitted and
re-furnished, and farmers are reQuest-
ed to call and
;ct 2 uvs.C.s and
iic l for
t1- -i ri .:' "-
Once Rio re!
i.o-.v being opened. We have a full
Spring and Summer Dry Goode,
Bleached and Broirji Domestics,
Priiitnand Summer Dress Goods,
Lerdiei t::id Guit.s Hosiery.
A full stock of
-4- v.v v a
k of CoH't i
evvr brought to tl
City ; I
Canned Fruits in great varieties.
Sugars it- Syrups it all si.:ed pevkage3
Foreign 4fe Domestic
In five gallon kegs, at PIiMiimii'3.
A few more Rulies'. Misses', anil cliil
ilrens' slices to be closed out. Coire
and examine before purchasing, and
cheaper than ever;
NE W CANNED GOODS.
Corned beef, Boston baked beans,
orange marmalade, peach marmalade,
blackberry jam, and a variety, of other
goods to make a meal without building
a lire these hot evenings.
cher. per than it was ever sold in this
The best gunpowder tea in America.
Salt by the car load or pound.
BLEACHED t& BROWN MUSLINS
"When they are wanted, do not forget
to call and see how much money you
can save by purchasing of
Our Idea is to buy for CASH and sell for CASH
to every one. and at such rates that belli buyer
and seller can live.
Xow, wn want to see aH our old
friends bark again, an I we want all the
new ones we can tret. We. promise to
treat you we!! and send you home hap
py, with a wno;i load of goods bought
for very little money.
Next vp-k 1 expert ti fill this eoliimn wirli a
new list of jikN, just opened, l'ead the oilers
uinl coin and look at the good, that 's ;i" ' a'i
TliiC ELI riXMilEi:.
er -im i$ .
- V -
i -f fc
J. . WECKBACH, Prop.
"Ve are in almost
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
which we offer our friends :u,d the public lit
at p! ices to
Calicos, from 12 to 1G Yards for $1.09.
Muslins, from G cts. a yard upward.
The finest stocli of White Rcdspreado ever
T TT," rv c ( r;
Country Prcducs talrea
Thankrul for pa d favor? in the v,-:.,-s ;:or.e by.
a-AUAXTKU.vii s vtis;a ri'.N ix ALU cases,
ed w 1'iil success, I reiiiaiii as 1 ver,
HE3IE21BE1Z THE PLACE,
Just opened a
A ii! iff
I NEW AND FRESH STOCK
ra m m m ?
m i& iM
A complete now stock of
Hosiery, ITavy Blue, Cardinal Red L Seal Erown.
Embroideries and Laces.
BACK COMBS AND NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Satchels, Valises, and Ladies Hand Satchels, Toilet Quilts, &e
sets, and llibbons Innumerable.
A rZ.C ASSORT3Ii:.T.
IJoys Samraer Cassimercs, TM-eeds. &.c, Queensware, V'oodcii 'Vaie, and
A Tull Stock of
Chicago Sugar Cured Haras, Lard SALT FISH, Mackeral,
White Fish and Cod.
REMEMBER AIL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
ONE DOOR EAST cf THE FIRST NATlOf'ALEANK,
daily receipt cf
suit tl.e ti.ae-,.
brought to tlie City.
and Cottonaclca in
fa v-n in
' Y "s 4
. i 1 1 r -
KIM). - !.
in exchange for Goods.
I respectfully ask a continuance of Ihe - e
and liO.IuXiuy efforts to please may b cro
j y wt'CKli VC'l!
ONE DOOR WEST OF P. O.,
New Mock of
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