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S A. MACMUTIPTIV.
FLATTaMOUTJI, AUGUST 0, 1877.
Tub railroad companies whose prop
tity was saved from destruction ly the
intervention of Inderal troops are now
nt-iidingbillito Wasliiugton for carry
lug these troops. This is characteristic
OCR, Iowa exchanges say there arc
four hundred tramps between Burling
ton, la, and the Missouri river, mak
ing their way westward. "Lord, thou
hnov.est what is best." but we. don't
want any of era in ours. State Jcir
s a I.
Sam c el Manly, a prominent cili
of Seward, was crushed bv the cav
ing in of a flume he was fiving for Mc
Oartnys Mills at Ulysses, hist week
"Wednesday, and died in a few hours
thereafter. The various Masonic and
Odd Fellows orders of which Mr. M.
was a member, turned out from Sew
ard. Lincoln and .other plnces and bur
ied" the deceased at Seward on Thurs
day. The procession and burial ser
vice is said to have been very impos
ing Arrtu au investigation of the inter
ior department, Gen. Kimball, the Sur
veyor General of Utah, has been suspended.-
It Li said that the officials of
the '.Treasury Department have pro
duced evidence of inaccuracy in the
.tccor.iits of the Surveyor General's of
t!re of New Mexico during the incum
bency of Gen. Kimball. The President
favors the appointment of Col. M.
Shaunessy, late collector of Internal
Revenue in Mississippi, to the vacant
Surveyor Generalship. Gen. Stahl, of
New York,.i3 strongly urged for the
Oi'K readers are aware that the e Ji
tter's better half left him for a tempo
rary sojourn among the friends of her
r.trly youth, hoping to have her health,
which' bas been-very- poor for some
lime, improved by tle -change, and an
internal application of the famous lie
thesda "Water, of "Waukseha, Vv'iscon
?. You will see by his communica
tion in this issue that he has joined
her, and left us Local Foreman, and the
rest of the Boys, to run the paper as
best we may in their absence. You
will therefore, we doubt iot, with due
eharity for our inexpH ience, make the
iiVst of our ioor efforts, with the assur
ance that we will do the best we can ;
furnishing you, our kind readers, with
the latest news and items of interest.
ilussi.t his taken ver;- serious u:u
.r;.ge at the action of England in cram
ming the great Indian troop-ships with
soldiers and starting them to sea with
sealed orders. Thoir destination may
lm India, or Egypt, or Malta, or Galli
poli;but wherever it rsltussia. is pleas
ed -'to consider herself affronted by the
M:t, and consequently resents it. How
for luer resentmwd. will go, and wheth
er, in view of the recent disaster at
Plevna, she may not consider it pru
deut to stop short of an open declara
tion of war, is another matter. The
juo1 likely consequences now are a
fierce out-burst of diplomatic elo
quence, a fid aio2u volumes of special
It appears from authentic informa
tion from several of the important cap
jials pf Europe that Mr. Baker, Minis
ter to Russia, was as indiscrete to- his
utterances there as he was at home.
lie set nis disposed to create the im-
vssion. that he has not resigned the
i&bsion, tiioagh his formal letter of
resignation is on fdo in the Depart
ment of State, accompanied with ex
pressions of a complementary charc
tftr, to the President and Secretary of
State. When the Government was first
advised of the peculiar conduct of Mr.
Baker, his summary supersedure was
Jutuinined on, and the Russian mission
was tendered to James Russell Lowell
th.it gentleman declining this post, pre
fi 1 1 ing Spaiu.. Reasons satisfactory to
the. Government prevented the imme
diate execution, of th? determination
vf the Government. A. successor will
be named at the earliest moment.
The disaster of Plevna was the result
sf the first attempt of the Russians to
tarry out the plan to force Osman
Pasha and Mclicmit Ali back across
the mountains on their respect lines of
retreat. The uual weekly review of
the situation shows that the Czac's
jfvrces, luwing been checked, can not
make any progress until they have
Phakeu off Mehemit Ali and Osm ia
PasYa from their iltr.Ls, and that
G:uri..'s ti.r-s south of th3 Balkan's ii
Miilered more serious daily by the
concentration aud organization f Sul
eiman Pasha's forces. It is alleged
that the Dobrudscha will be almost
wholly evacuated, and that Zimmer
man's corps will return via Sittova to
the central army. The Turkish plan is
believed to be for Osmand Pasha to
3ght his way eastward, and Mehemet
Ali to-advance westward on Tirnova.
white Suleitaan Pasha endeavors to
force the RussUa position at Kasan
li's. While this i lan does not seem very
proniising.it may ecrve to keep the
U-isaians in check, until tha campaign
ing reason is over. The Turkish Miuis
tsr ntNtw York officially denies the re
port that Russian wounded were kill
ed on the battk-Cel'i of Plevnai St.
"Pay ueor asce.
Or go to stage.
"Taoh ! pooh, tow I Ptsli ! pUU !
Well call the mellsli."
"Zip !zl35 I" s'ii33 the lead,
-T.lieV f?mttJy isil"
FLitfemaat-l to Clilcajo
Waukesha. Wj3., Aug. 3, '77.
Ordinarily there would be little use
in writing about a trip from Platts
mouth to Chicago. Under the circum
stances, however, you may want to
know how things looked. In the Gist
place, crops do not look as well in east
ern Iowa and Illinois as they do in Ne
braska, especially corn, which is very
felim in Illinois. "Wet weather in the
Spring did it.
AT G ALESBCRO
we found soldiers guarding the Depot.
The II. II. Co. had just discharged 130
men. and it was feared they might kick
tip a shindy. All along the ro.ul and
in Chicago we could see the glimmer
of muskets and the shine of blue coats.
One would hardly think that the streets
that look so quiet now, but a day or
two ago were the scene of riot and
is a beautiful village as you all know,
ami now-a-days a- famous watering
place. The season is just fairly opened.
About twelve hundred guests are sup
posed to be scat tered round at the nu
merous hotels, and nobody knows how
many more in private families about.
Oil the beautiful shade trees, the
quiet streets, it's just heaven after the
noise and dirt and slabs of I'lattsmouth.
I don't like to say this, but it's so. I
haven't seen a stray pig, cow. or mule
loose yet; nor even a dog, except in his
own yard minding his own business,
and last night I slept the sleep of the
just, only waking up once to- wonder
why the cow bells didn't jingle under
nv window and the dogs yelp and
snarl for b'e?ks around.
We have been down to one of the
springs already this-morning and got
some water, bright, sparkling, beauti
iul water it is too. We went too
"Glenn's Waukesha Spring." "Bethes
da" is the great spring of Colonel Dn
bar. Each owner, though, thinks r.nd
swears hi3 water is the best, and has
long strings of " 'stifficates" to vouch
for its virtues.
These two I have mentioned are
walled up with pretty white stone, ;n I
are very neat and tasty. The "Bathes
da" has very handsome grounds and
drives. About 10 a. m. the people and
carriages begin to drop ia, and from
then the drives are full. In the even
ing again they gather around t lie spring
and srp sip or.ly- water.
Nurses with chiklren stay about nil
day sometimes, and they do say those
young ones, by constant practice, can
get away with a good many gallons of
water each day. The Bethesda water,
the best known, is sipped all over the
United States, and sells for 12 per
barrel eh! What do you think of
that for water? Used to get pretty
good whisky for that in Nel.. m ante
go-around mornings and deliver water
by the can'anu jug full to people in the
village. I tell vou k's a heavy old wa
ter place. I expect to Let cut in the
country to-morrow, and will tell you
something about Wisconsin farms and
Wisconsin stock. Mac.
THE INDIAN WAR IN IDAHO.
Letter from one of th-j Participants.
"We are allowed to mike the follow
ing extracts from a letter received by
Mr. George Holmes, from his brother
Walter, who has been in that country
for some time:
AVasiiixgton. Idaho Co.. I. T.,
July loth. 1877.
Deak BitoTiiEu: I expect that be
fore this you have seen the account of
the Indian outbreak.in Idaho. We are
"having exciting times; the Indians
raised and massacreed some twenty of
our citizens before we were aware of
their having any hostile intentions.
Tha first persons that wore killed was
my nearest neighbor and two hired
men, one mile from my place. It was
done by three Indians, who stole three
of his horses and ran down the riv r
- t 1 . . : 1 . .. ,1 . ; .-w. .1 n I
of fifty others; all of whom s'ar.td
back killing every man they could find.
Manv of the men had wives, who were
mercilessly abused; one woman anil
infant were stabbed to death and then
burned in her house.
In the meantime I with some 20 men
and 30 women and children, had got
together and fortified the best we could
and gathered such arms as we could
get, though very poor ones, to repel the
red devils when they should come.
But t..ey did not attack us. Abou.
one hundred came one day and
vieweiiour works, but came to the
conclnsiun.-tbut they could not take us
without too heavy loss, but they held
us there 13 days, until soldier c.nmn to
our relief. There are about 50) In
dians on the war path, so far as we
know. The soldiers and volunteers are
getting to the front daily, r.r.d fights
are frequent. Our loss will reach 100
men; that of the Indians not kr-ewn,
but judge it to be as heavy. I ha.ve
no idea how long this is going to l;i3,
Imtthink it cannot last very long, un
less some of tho adjoining tribes take
a part in it.
Business of every kind is stopped,
anil every one is tiying to look out for
his wig! I canae to this place yester
day with a widow and four children of
one of the victims, biought here for
safety. I stare hometo-uurrow. which
is 50 miles distant. Tiie Iudians have
stolen G horses from me and took a lot
of my blankets and clothing,
From John Day Creek.
Waltes B. LIclxes.
Nemaha county will havs a hot ccn-
over the liquor license question
in her campaign this fall. The princi
pal questionseeming.to be license or
State Can? Meeting.
The Camp Jleetfnjj for tho promo
tion of Iloliuess will ha LsIJ on the
Centennial Camp Ground, near Sen
net, commencing Augnst 23d, 1877, and
continuing over Sabbath. rTo trains
will be run on- the Sabbath. Railroad
fare over all ro.id3 leading into Lin
coln will be one and one-lift!) for round
trip. Be sure and buy round trip tick
ets. Those passing over the U. P. R.
It., will be returned at one-fifth fare.
Ground rent for tenters, one dollar.
Tablo board at one dollar per day.
Straw, horse feed. &c. can be obtained
at reasonable rates. II. T. Davis.
State Journal: On Wednesday of
last week, the cars of the B. & M. kill
ed some five or six hogs belonging to a
fanner named Win. Maston, living
near the Cass county line; on the fol
lowing Friday the company pai 1 for
them the price the farmer demanded.
State Journal : The B. & M. Railroad
firemen get S3.12 per day; passenger
engineers. S3.23; freight engineers. 03 -40;
passenger conductors. $90 per
month; freight conductors, SC3.30;
baggagemen. S30, and brakeman, $13;
track hands. $1.10 per day.
State Journal: The M. store
room over Bohanan Bros.,'shop, is now
pretty well filled with bundles of grain
from almost every county in the South
Platte land district. As fine samples
of wheat, rye, barley, oats, grasses, &c.
as were produced in any State in the
Union, may be found there.
The Seward Reporter says more pil
lars are being added to the Temple of
Honor everv week, and the order b'ds
fair to outstrip all others in member-
shin and good works in the communi y. i
Peru Herald: There seem to be a
disposition on the part of certain of
our State papers to continually pick at
Lincoln. Now this is no way to build
upa Capital of a state, by always fight
ing it and defaming its public institu
tions. We as Nebraskians, should feel
proud of our Capital, and strive to
make it the city of the Sta'.e. Lincoln
is iis,ar the centre of Nebraska, has ex
cellent Railroad advantages, is sur
rounded by a line fanning country,
and why try to impede its growth and
general progress by blackguarding it.
Butler County Press: Let every mar.
g-t out of debt and stay out, and the
brave-hearted, pioneer homesteaders,
who have stood I he tests of courage.
will continue to belaid owners, ami
the real aristocrats of the future. Let
every man remember that The first ap
proach of better times will bring in its
train a hundred and one agents for
this and that thing never dreamed of
before, and govern himself accordingly.
It is when drunken with the inspira
tion of a little success, th:it many a
man is lured to his doom A man " i 1
thin sign his name to pap t that he
wouldn't sign under any other circum
stances, and which will, sooner or la
ter, wring the sweat in drops from his
Saline Union: Several towns in Neb
are giving jusi enough to support two
papers to enable the editors to get out
a sickly looking sheet each week and
to call each other "fools" and litis.
The Peru Herald thin s thre will
be nearly fruit enough raised this year
in Nemaha county to supply the State
oi Nebraska. If that is true, what in
the world is Cass. Otoe, L ancastt r and
Richardson counties going to do with
their large crops of fruit this fall.broth
cr Ferree? That's what troubles us.
The Nebraska City gas company has
sued the city for S200. The case will
come up before Judge Dickey some
time next month. M. L. Hay ward will
appear for the company while J. C.
Watson has been regained by the city.
Gen. McBride editor of the Nt-bras-ka
Fanner, 1. as been invited to deliver
the annual address at t!i Otoe coun.y
fair to be held at Svracikse next month.
Victoria. Cas Co.. X::n.. I
July 27th, 18 7.
Ed. Herald. Xot seeing any co.n
muuic.ttion from this place. I though,
that I would write you a feiv iines. 1
haven't any thing to say except to till
you an anecdote 'that happened in this
place the other evening.
We have been having an arithmetic;
school at the school house, near Victo
ria, conducted by Mr. A. A. Hardy. A
couple of young cents of this place
thought they wo il l tae s rn girls to
sai l school provided th-y c mid get a
chance. Tin girls s lid "yes." and when
the evening came they called around a
the house w!i.re tin youn I ilies lived.
They were somewhat surprised at the
politeness of the old geutiem m, b-.- his
hitching up his : earn in 1 brinxin
a-rour.cl t the door. Th" girls said
they were ready, and all go int- the.
wagonas .here were but two seats .hey
had to. make th best of them, t!s" old
gent acting as driver, and in this s vie
they went to said school a.v 1 h ick.
Now what those, boys want to kn vv
is whetherthey accompanied the old
man or the siids If theol 1 man, wli.it
did the girls go along for if not to tike
care of the cI-Ff el low and sea that lie
did 'nt get hurt. If they accompanied
thti girls how ranch oajht thay to p iv
the old gent for the services of himself
and team. If they don't pay him any
thing what was the gixd of having him
go nlona: anyway.
Hadn't the young c uts better ask
the old fellow to go- next tim?, and
then the girls could go or not. just as
they choose. Philosopher.
TbrMIiiers Acinlttpi of any Itlauxs
Khadixg. Pen'N An just 7. Titi
coroner's j iry ren lered ;i vcr.liir. t-i!:ty
uc(jiiitii:i!T tlie snliliors cotnpusirio; t!e
u'Riini'iit from any blame fur
KOTKS OF T!J fi " EASTERN WAR.
Latest Telegrams from Tarioaa quar
ters. A NAVAL ENGAGEMENT.
London, . August 7. A dispatch
from Constantinople says; In a naval
engagement in Siilind river Turkish
iron clads attacked seven Russian gun
boats and destroyed two of them.
A CONFERENCE. OF EMTEuOItS
New York, August 7. A dispatch
from Brli i says the Emperors of Aus
tria and Germany met near Isloii on
Wednesday last and that the confer
ence was very important. Emperor
Wilhelni urged strict neutrality on the
part of both Austria and Germany.
A dispatch from Vienna says that
formation of the Russian laudwehr has
been found to be difficult, owing to the
great want of organization.
A CIRCULAR CONCERNING MASSACRES.
London, August 7 The porte has
issued a circular recounting the horri
ble massacres perpetrated by Cossacks
and Bulgarians. These include the
burning Miive of seventy Mussulmans
of the village of Ryuklemi and the
cold-blooded massacre of - forty others
as well as women and chidren. The
circular declaivs tho English military
attache has ascertained the truth of
Adrianople, August 7. There is
appalling misery ;tuiong Bulgarians
and Turkish fugitives from Eski, Sa
ghra and neighborhood. There are
from ten to fifteen thousand, of whom
500 are wounded Many are dying on
the road from the effect of exhaustion
and starvation. All are destitute of
every neeesst.y of life.
L is rumored Austria, with consent
of Servia and Russia, will occupy the
western pait of Servia Two high
Austrian officials have arrived in Bel
grade. The interview betwesn Emperors
William and Francis Joseph will be
purely private. No ministers will be
The Dobrudshu is believed to be com-
j(detelv clear of Russians.
Home, August 7. American resi
dents have sent a congratulatory ad
dress to ex-President Grant.
Crossing tae itio Grande.
Galvaston. Angus: 7. The News'
San Antonio special says Lieut. Bul
lies crossed the l!io Grande on the 4tb,
recaptured live stolen horses, and re
turned to ll.e Texas side on the 5:!:.
Major SchoiMd aires!' forly-iiv. -
lez philibiisiers at Eagle Pass. Val
hz hiuiSlf Wiis at Lorrdo, and a war
rant was issued for his arrest, but he
escaped. Escol clo and his pii'iv are
at Loredo wi.hou. funds.
FoiJ far the Flames.
Chicago. Aucrnst 7. A Green Bay
(Wis.) special says the farm villiage of
Eaton, Brown County, Wis., about fif
teen miles east of this city, was totally
destroyed by lire. The forest has bren
burning for five weeks, the fire extend
ing many miles i:i every direction, de
stroying in my million feet of timber
an 1 thousands of dollars in other prop
erty. Some tweuty-dve families were
bui ned out in Eaton, losing every t liinir
they possessed. A large number of ai i
m lis were roas ed alive. One fami y
is said to have perished in the flames
and four other entire fami is are mis
sing. (Jreat sutLji big among the hom"
The Inter-Ocean's Green B iv special
says: Repor.s of ravages of tlie tire at
Eaton. Wis., have been overdrawn.
Over thir.y families haw been burn". I
out. and in many instances entire crops
destroyed. The los-- is estimated at
SlS.OfO. No lives lost.
Dispersal hy tho AuJIiaritios.
Shknvndoah. Pa.. August 7. A
large number of men p ira led . best nets
last night. They were dispersed by the
auth.nities an I foi tv-sivea ancsle.l.
yesterday's cabinet SESSION.
The cabinet, to-day authorized an or
der prohibiting sale of arms to 1 ndians,
and the order was soon afterward is
sued. Immediately after the P"ssi'n of the
eabine. to-day President Hayes issued
a general order prohibiting the sale of
arms or ammunition to Indians, and
revoking all license to trade w i,h them
in such articles. Military commtnd
an.s are charged wi h the duty of as
sisting in execution of the order.
In accordance with the wishes of
flen. Hatuock, it was agreed a large
part of the army should be kept cast of
the Mississippi river. Naval vessels
viih sailors and marines bro tght i t. re
daring the reeent Ia!r commotion to
be returned to their stations after re
view to-inorro'.v by the president, r,:-c-ret
try .f the navy and o her otM.'iais.
Th3 Indian War West.
Helena, Montana. Aug. 7.
Advices from Missoula to the morn
ing of the G.h, say Gibbon wi h two
hundred regulars, the infantry in wag
ons, left Mis-ouia po-.t t ) follow tne
hostile ar 1 p. m. Saturday. 1I de
signed making thirty-live miles a day.
I hehostiles were at I) oii tie l inen
on Fi i I ty nig!n. seven' y -si w miles
from Mis"!il i and wi !iin leu miles of
the t.- ii! fo ii-s fa tr os declin
ed to leii I .v r. rs to (Jen. Gibbon,
but will tig r. th N'-z P.-rces on hi
own a.-eoau . T e hostiles we'e mov
ing w i h more celerity on Frid iv. Ste
vensvi le had advices Saturday that
one hundred or nr.e ln:vd:ed and lii'. v
men were c uning from Binnoek to in-
S teteetit the Pelt ins, flow ird has. not
yet been heard Iron. Lea .the cour
ier, had not rer u ne l on Sunday, and
anxiety was felt for him. as two Xez
Perces had coMie over the trail. A ron
siIeranle unmei' -r Missea'-i coun v
volunteers proposed to adv nice with
but independent of the regulars.
BEroRTrn nv r. k. wiiitk.
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pliiint h:i reached us that they have not done
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found permanent relief.
Mr. Joiah V.'estlake.of Marysville.O., writes :
"For years my Kheuiuatisia Isas been so bad
that I have been unable to s!tr from the house.
I have tried every remedy I could lie u- of. Fi
nally I lea) lied ol the t'entaur l.inieieur. The
Ci-st three bottles enabled me to walk, without
my crutches. Ikiii mending ranid-ly. 1 think
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This Liniment cures Burns aud Scalds with
out a scar. Extracts the poison from bites and
stints. Cures Chillblains and Frosted -feet, and
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The C'entHiir Iinisnent, Yellow
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Rev. Geo. W. Ferris, Mauarkill, Schoharie Co.
N. V., says :
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U r-tiAV-'itr hw thev recovered
hnlfh. viif- rf ill s-..i--
syZ'r,-?Ti) V, " i's and (rood aptieine.
iirvV-Vr:.'fc:-.iJtht'V ill tell yon hy
i .1 t.. til j
-if-JJM 1 CO 1 1 ''
til I.KGI LAIOK.
The Cheapest, Z'urcst ttitJ L' rair.il;) ired.ctnc
i.i the Wort I.
For I)y'-prpsia , ( onvtip dion. .laundi-p. 1".:1
ioii :ni;iei."Sic.i He.iil ic-ie. Colic. Di'presM.tu
o;' S;iii itf. Soar S'oinai-h. 1 lean Burn. &c. ice.
Till.- unrivalled Soul hern llemeoy i warr.int
el nc-t te contain a.nujrle jpartide" i.f Mercury,
or any injurious mineral uuu.-tance, but is
conlninin'i tlio-e Southern lioots and Herbs,
which an all wi.-e providence has placed in
count lie.- vl-re Liver L):-e:i-es mo-t prevail.
U will c.i)- I'll ili-au caucd l"j Dci antjt. incut
of the Li err ond H'l'.
Tlie -yMiptom- of Liver Complaint are a b:!
ter or bad taste i i the moutii ; pain iu the back,
-ides or joint-. olten mi-'a'ven for IMn uiuali- iu ;
Soar Stomach : L-- id App'ii!e ; Loe!.-. alicl
lialely co-uve and lax: Ilead.iciie ; Lo.-s of
memoir, with a jt.iinful sensation of having !:o!
ed to di tjomet tiinir which ojrht to huxe'in cu
done : Ilebility. Low Spirits, a thick y lltcv ap
pearance of t lie is it in suol eyes. a dry Coua of
ten mistaken for con-uuiptioii.
Sometimes m nv of f it -". cymptoms attend
the di-ea-e. at ofli-!- vi-ry few, bid the Liver,
the larire-t orran ia the body, is nenerally the
seat ol tlie u'-e i -e. and if nut regulated i:i tiino
jrrt-i't suifc-i'tus, v. ivtchecnees and heath will
I call recommend aa an oflicicioue remedy for
dhea-e of the l.ivi r, llearlburn ;iad lJypcpkia,
Simmons' Livkh ltrairLAioit.
1.KW IS It. Wf3trKH,
Assistant Post Master, l'hiiadelphia.
"We have tstvl its virtues, personally, and
know that for Uvspepsia, Ihiousiies- :inU
Throbbinsr Ilead ache, it i- the best, medicine
the world erer caw. We have tried forty oilier
remedies before Simmons' Liver lb'uialoi-. but
notiM of tlieiii c:ive iv- more than temporary re
lief ; but t he Kejehilor not only reliexed tad
cured us." L' . TtUvrujili (tint Jitsemjr, Ma
"UiVi--tirC'J n.ily tin
J. If. Z EL LIS & CO..
.MACON, iiA., and l'llII.ADKl FIIIA.
Tt contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the tame happy props. i lion iu any othor
preparation, viz : a $r-nt!e citharti'-. a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and
certain Corrective of ail Impurities of the body.
Such i;;nal success has attended its use, that it
is now icirardeil as the
EEFECTUA L SPECIFIC
For a'.i uiecijes -f the Live, S-.otuach i.id
A (i iV.ncjy In
Maboiou Feveis, I'.owel tliunplaint-. Pysprp
si i. Ment-d Mepie ion. Kestlessncs". Jaundice,
Naa-ei. slclt Ilea.laciie, Colie, t'onstipalioa
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
As ther art-a r.umber of unit alios oifered
tol!ie ouolie. we would caution the community
to i.--y t-o powders r I'ii-raii-d Simmons' Liv
f.i .:i-:;ui..vrii:. m.les- in our cnnnivetl wiii
lir. itii t he trade mark. ?:t'rp and signature
uubioken. None t her i- i'iiuiiv,
J. II. ZEILIX CO..
Maf-on, 6'r., and Philadelphia.
Your valuable medicine Siiiiitum'x Liver ifejr
iiiator. iiiis saved me many loetors' bills. I u-e
it for I'vetyt hiur ir is re-o;n ueiidett. anl never
k a vv ii 10 f ill.' 1 have o-'d it hi idie ruid
t iru :ii-. i: i y i'iu:e- ami horse-. iiiviii:z them
about h:l 1 ;l I'o ileal - time. 1 have not lost
oueihai 1 ?t ,v-' ir to. you can n-'viiimend it to
every one ll.ut has stock a- licuer lile lest med
iciiie kn -wn lor all coaialaiul- I suit. hoi-e-!lesh
L-i heir to
K. T. I A V I A til.
Aseut f-ir Crackers of lleoria.
f M A HP. bv Ap ills In cities and c.oun
Ql( ny t.iwns. Uniy ii.'tcssaiy to .show
i.s.nopli-s lo maKe sab'-; and lunacy, for
TO iianv loo out of employment and ilis
fno ciMised to work. l"-i-d daily by all tu
ipUO siness men. Send stamp for circular,
wi h prices I o a'-'euis. A'idri'.
a a ".ii'i-ci.vii .Mi .xv v."
It 1' !jj Kcdail n l-bn;r, Chicago.
SubscriHe for th? Herald- and Ne
braska Farmer ;.only SJ.G-j.
made s 'J iK-t
.ffk t'!lin!7 our
:.-lni-LAIV made -tH line ItuY made
!5in one week which .shows what can be
done if a partv is pnerjretic. Husiness i-;.sy an;
h'iioiab'.i. send stamp for circular giM-i' lud
particiilos. Address. ....
Itocm S -t.eitlall Knlitis.
1 PL&TIE VALLEY HOUSE,
j JOHX BOi4, rroprittor.
TSII OU Ri:UAI5I.E SliU 'SK.
Good accommodations for Farniora
.-ui.l ili.M ravelins DtiWie. 13rat d SI per-
day. Meals 2-"C. Lntitely relit ted aiot i
re-Viiniislied. and farmers are request- j
ed to call and set uituls aad Led for i
C h 1 1 a
wrXES, LIQUORS AND CIQAIZS.
Fresh Beer & Ale.
SCCI.tL ATTCSTIOV IAIH5 TO
Bottled Beer for Family use, ttc., d-c.
SALE, FEED tt- LI VERT STABLE.
On Main street nearly opposite the Court
House. I'lattsmouth, Sb.
The buying and sellimr of good horses made
ihe sp"t laity of the business.
New Horses & Carriages,
and gentle horses, for Ladies to drive ar kept
at this Stable.
Also a carry nil, which runs to the depot, and
will carry passeugers from any place iu town ou
FAIMEIiS CALL ANI EJ'A 3IINE
MY STOCK FOR SALE.
8yl E. PARMELE.
C?l . Z. i S
Feed and Sale Stables.
Corner Gth and I'earl Sts.
HOUSES POAlUKD RY THE
SOLI) OH TRADED,
For a Fair Commission.
TEAMS AT "ALL II0UDS.
ramcular attention paid to
Driving and Training
Also A hearse furnished when called for.
Money for Farmers.
I have now on hand, readv for shipping a fine
i oland Chbia pics for sal-, at reasonable i-ite.
Can furnish :u alrs not akin. I'liese pi-.' are
descended from the h-s of Shepard & Alexau
rier, of lilinoi-'.an-l A.'r. Mooie. Can pedh:rc to
the best liogs at tlie iutio:ial hog show iu Chi
cago in 1S7J.
. 4'orre pondence promptly answered. Save
the expense of sending fart her east.
K. N. SMELDOV.
UitiO Malvern. M;iU Co.. lov, a.
3I0NKY TO LUS.
To loa'.i on Improved f;truis in Cass onntv, at
low rate of Interest. Apmicaiions t'icit-il.
l'laUsnajuih, March 1:1. J. i. W1SB.
take i oas ure in announcing.
TO THE CITIZENS OF PL ATT.
MOUTII AND VICINITY,
That tiiov are now located in tlioir
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
Opposite ritzgerald Block,
;tnd i.eadv to tee their old customers
ami as many new ones as may coin.
Slaving just opened
a new assortment
me ii t of ioods
in a new,
LIGHT HANDSOME PLACE OF
li ITS I NESS.
Ve think we can ac
comiiiodiit e the
the taste of all.
Give ti3 a ca'.! ;t!iy Wi-y, ar.d try the
new up town situ. H'f
(,T) TO Tllll
SOHIETHIKG NEW I
Mr. Solomon, of
the firm of Solomon
t& Nathan lias "one
east to purchase Pall
and Winter stock for
his Wholesale Store
at St. Joe, and will
also send forward a
I arse stock for he
in this city.
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
We will positively se.l all Spring and
Summer ooda at cost to make
room for new stock. We will
give below prices of some
of our goods at
Indian Head brown Muslin, 1 yard
wide, 1-' yards fr 61.
rrints. 20 yards for 81.
Cottona.les, 15 tts. per yard.
Denims, brown and blue, 12 yards
Grenadines from 10 cents a yard up
We will al.sosell the celebrated Ilip
Gore Corset, for Soe apiece, for 30 days
Parasols from 15c
Fans from 5 cents
Cuffs and Collars
from 25 cents a sett
Pull line of lawns,
Bishop, Victoria and
Swiss, from 10 cents
a yard, up.
Summer shirts, 50
5 cents up.
SOLOMON & NATHAN,
Vluttsnouth, August Ut, lfc 7.
' a t
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
OXT lCyIXT STEEET,
East vt I'lutto Vallt-y lluiis.
. THE OLDEST
In tho Town.
Good Teams Always o?t llaini.
Careful Drivers sent with car
riages if desired.
Carrl:t;es sent to lejot to ute-.-t all tinltn
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
Funeral HltrndoJ rikI arrl.ij.'f'H fiirtiWti. il to
frifinls. Aililrert, J. V. MlASMiN,
i'J-ly l'llHttsinoutli. Neb.
DAVENPORT PUMP COMPACT
MiM i An i'itrs of
STONE FORCE PUMPS.
"'; IN .1! tl J' Jrf L I . .
U 5 i. ;:t.V--1 :!;
FCIt SALE B
J. C. CUMMINS,
I'LATTiriOl TJl, Xl.V..
i'vwcA'.rS the F'jU'jtriiij St. jm ' toi it i
1. Tt U riv-r :ir.'lil liy fr -( - r"-iii imi u
t.'ipi'IiiK. r;ii sttir of f Ii 1iiti(l!( t u:i , i-ui'-.
2. 1 1 s'.nts w if It t In1 llrf-t r sccr.ihi mo; !.m of
t lit Iianillc. ;il'i Hi' ll"v io;i -. I Ik iiii'iiii-nt
stop. It ;iv;ii' i! !ri:'lM'i: to t i m i r...l o.' i'' U
wiulrr. on ;t!u! Mioiirnl the 1: ! rnt.
3. It tli'Mo'isMy ventilates Uie li ldi-.'
It of foil) Hi!'.
4. It s-aves its cost every j ear In lalmr ; it hum
ft. It 1 ttiwilnabli In a.? of fir- an -1 . j i i
t-er r"aly at vour ilcmr.
ti. Tli cvliii:r l'fii.sr of eti'r.", :mi I on
tlit ln--iilf. Is t mil to kIh14,4. "'"I ii oi'li Mioin-'-r ;
tlicri; is no slime or liitli fr n.;li n it.
7. The well requires n cloanim' out ai'l-i on
of the-e pinups is -et In one lii.-it i -;e-iu.
M. It coniliiiet hoth tlie Htni"Tiili.-i ii-ih! fo" "
pi iui-iple. w hich civet It mi e'pial pie-Hun- lor
tlie water. tliroiu a Mea-iy streani. I"lli itli
the uo anl iIom ii motion of the ha-nt!c.
!. This pump iilwavs liriniis eool water from
the start, tli water staiidini; below the platfori.i
in a stone evliiuler.
10. The hiickets may he renioveil at any liiiif
without mo inir the puir-p or plallonn.
Thev will throw fioin fitly to se. nty-fne fe t
from the end of a hose, from wells up to i.ty
left lit-op. vith one hand power.
They are al-o very us, fill for va-hin i i.iii.i
pes. windows, siirinkiii-K lans. .e.
SAFE 3, CHAIRS,
Lounges, Tables, Bedsteads
ETC., ETC, 1.1 1"..
0 All Pisvrijiti ,un.
&2TALLIC BUHIAL CASES
Of all sues, rea-.ly nia-.L'- and s-.l I -!:e-t,i f'Tcash.
Vltltnnn.vlh in!:sfprpi! i'ii-')i.;!r-. 1 i;'1"
invi'e all to t-ail nd rxainirie my
LARGE STOCK HI'
40tf. FI'KIT lt!: AM OFI'I.
"Tho Family Favorite"
II.,.. ?if r-t-l,! PirtntilnlP.fl
ZJo Gears, No Cams, N Sprinas.
rrn- it, nrriTT Vfr. ft? IT; :"ir.U ill. J
I nt a.iy uluxii i.ii-'
i naylng rojmuta,
Qrsatly Eeucsd Frics3,
uul a low m thoM ff ny trrt-clw macliln.
SESD FOR C1PC0URS akd pwcs LISTS.
WEED SEWDT& JIACHI1TB Ca,
203 WU:h A'-. Chlaso, V.
FOR SALS BY
THE PARKER GUM.
$CH0 STAMP- FOR CIRCULAH
PARKER BRtfS .
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