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J. A. MACML'nniV. Editor.
ILATTSMOUTlf. AUGUST 23. 1877.
Mr 1i..mn"k1i: invited the Presi
'.ent to become his guefit on the occa
sion of his visit to llain'e.
-I KKsPeCT yon, Mr. President, but
t? i:n your policy,-" sai l a stuuly Gveen
Mountaineer, as lie shook handd with
Mr. H ycs on Thursday last at Ben
nington. A uiiKl expression of a
jtvtit sentiment. Inter Ocean.
Dispatches from San Francisco say
a council i.s.being held with the In
dians nt Spokane Falls. Wheaton's
command of 530 men are on the ground
an large numbers of Indians are co ra
in?; from all the tribes in that vicinity.
Tim I'hildelphia Times spunks of
etrt-tary Sherman as -confessedly the
uiost astute and experienced politician
among the President's advisers," and
says, "Scattered among the fine gener
alities of his speech are definite
ideas which will furnish topics of
discussion for some time to come."
TSf is a subiect on which
t. ould like to say a word, that we con-s-der-of
vital importance Doth to the
citizens of south Sarpy County and
tnose of our city, particularly the mer
c.'w.iti and business men. It is not the
tirst time by several that the Herald
ha advocated the same subject and
probably will not be the last unless the
citizcnshould take hold and carry out
the project. Wo talked with several
of the prominent men there, and they
were unanimously of the opinion that
v. ith our unequalled advantages as a
tliipping point abridge across the Platte
Pivtr would give us nearly the entire
trade of the south half of Sarpy Co
The prominent men there say they
will unite with our citizens to that
nd. Now let some man or body of
men take hold of this matter, it will
notV the first time the old Platte has
Wen bridged. Fremont can boast of
a bridge run across by a private indi
vidual in competition with the county
bi-idge and only about a mile below it.
A bridge could be built for a compar
atively small amount, across the chan
nel. 63000 built the bridge at Fremont
and laid plaak nearly three-fourths of
a mile across the sand bar to the South
Business men of Plattsoioutb, mer
chants, t; rain and Stock buyers, Oma
ha is getting thousands of dollar that
u.ight just as well pass through your
lingers if you only see your own inter
ests and the interests of your city and
proceed t deve'.ope this grand opening.
The tolls from the vast amount of
travel the bridge would bring, would
soon pay the ceBt of the structure. A
bidgo across the main channel would
bo suiUcent probably ten months of
the twelve and th-J profits would in a
short time build the balance. Let us
hope this matter may be pushed to a
successful termination, then our streets
will be filled and trade will increase.
It seems to us that the IJ. & M. and
C. Ii. & Q. lioads would be as much the
gainers as our citizens as they would
get the transportation of that section
(that goes now to Omaha and is there
distributed on the different lines run-ningeastj,-
entire at least, from the
south part of the county.
European War and (Jraln lilarket.
We incline to the belief that the lack
of influence exercised bv the European
War on the value of grain in this coun
try, may perhaps be accounted for la
dome measure by the fact that specula
tors feared to buy largely lest the fest
ive Cossack3 should overrun Turkey
and force a speedy termination of hos
tilities. ShouH the Russian hosts,
however, be forced to go into winter
quarters without any great victory
and in the meantime if the Turks util
ise the vantage gained by their late tri
umphs and force their enemy over to
the north side of the Danube for win
ter cantonment, there is no doubt that
grain will rush upwards with unusual
activity. "We are looking forward to
one of two results in the spring of 1S73,
Cither all Europe will be involved in
war or those powers will have arbi
trated a eoinpromise between Itussia
Mil Turkey, and in the meantime liis
iaark and Keiser "Willie! m are laugh
ing in their sleeves at the impotent at
tempts of the overrated Russians to
overcome a semi-citizen's po wer as they
did the chivalrous and intelligent
When the Kusso-Turkish war broke
Ivjuso i.early nineteen out of every
twenty men predicted a speedy parti
tion of the -Sick Man's" estate. There
wh m3 to have been a popular fallacy
deep rooted in the minds of men, that
llussia was iriesisiable and Turkey in
significantly weak. Events have prov
en how slender are the foundations up
on which th!ng3 and prophetic fore j
casts are built. The race is not always
to the swift nor the battle to the strong
against the teaching of the despotic
cradle in which Russian intellect is
rocked has been arrayed the intellect
of the inSdel Turk, trained in the mili
tary Bchools of Prussia, Austria and
England. Outnumbered a3 the Turks
Lave been by the Russians, they have
by exercise of better Generalship forced
the Czar of all the Russias to acknowl
edge their standing as excellent sol
diers, capable of great endurance, and
l Oosessed of splendid fighting quality.
In i: j instances have the Turkish Gen
r.i'3 becu guilty of such dashy, hot,
ti'-jhbh movements as that of Gouiko.
Steadily and persistently they carry
out their plans, and if the Czar and his
numerous Grand Dukes do not have
exceeding great care, the Turkish army
vi'l comnell them to winter en the
Cold Wat;r! Coll Water!
Vaukk-ha, Wis., Aug. 16, '77.
Here we are back again, alter tha
most delightful trip up country ainoiij
the Lake3, and beautiful enough they
are. The region I have visited is in
and around Oeonomowoc, commonly
called "Cooney" for shoit, and some
times "Old 'Coon you may walk," for
long. Where they wanted the old gen
tleman Coon to walk to, tradition saith
not. A great many young coon3 sport
lound there now, go boat riding, fish
I lauglrngly tell the folks here that
the only thing that prevents us from
buying a handsome residence and
grounds on one of these beautiful Lake
lets is that I cannot make up my mind
which is the most beautiful. Just
where we have been there are the Up
per and Lower Xashotah, the Upper
anp Lower Xemabin, Oeonomowoc,
and Nagowieka Lakes, and Lac La
Utile right at the village of Oeono
mowoc. Within a radius of ten miles there
are thirty different lake3, all clear,
beautiful water, and the shores lined
with handsome residences and pleasant
summer resorts, each differing with
the other only in degree of beauty ;
so you see it is no wonder I cannot
make up my mind to buy in any one
spot, and in fact why buy at all? Can
ownership give any more pleasure to
the senses, or make the water bluer,
the fish bigger; or will they bite better;
I trow not, and then I should be con
fined to one spot, &c, while now I can
enjoy them all, and if I happen to have
friends enough, to furnish boats, or
money enough to buy, I can fish in all
In many of these lakes they have
little steam yachts, several sailing
yachts, and in all innumerable row
boats. The steam and sailing vessels
are mostly private property, and the
row boats can be hired.
On Pewaukee Lake they have a lit
tle steamer, "Lady of the Lake," which
plies between the village and the head
of the Lake, 4 or 5 miles distant, stop
ping at "Lake Side," a famous summer
resort; Oaktou Springs, and at numer
ous camping places about the shore,
for you miut know that one of the la
test improvements in summer li ing in
the country is to bring a tent or tent?,
a hammock or two, and other traps,
hunt up an island in a Wisconsin Lake,
or a beautiful beach, and camp oat all
the long summer, fishing, rowing, rid
ing, and now and then getting thor
oughly wet, by a good old fashioned
northern thunderstorm. Cleaning up
and drying out next day make p:irt of
the fun of the business.
There are several of these camping
grounds on Pewaukee Lake, and the
"Lady of the Lake" supplies them with
ice and provisions, and takes aud leaves
friends at these points. This is one
way of killing off hot weather,
Last week" we went up to Pewaukee
Lake on a pic nic. There were of our
immediate party and friends, Mrs. Geo.
Harding, with whom we had been stop
ping; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lawrence;
Cap. Lawrence and wife; Mr. George,
editor of the Western Rural, Chicago,
with his wife; a Mr. Riron of Milwau
kee, and Mr. and Mrs. MacMurphy, may
it please your honors.
Mr. Harding drove us from Wauke
sha to the Oakton House, five miles of
a beautiful ride. Mr. Lawrence had
driven from his farm to meet us there,
and when we had fairly embarked on
the boat, we found ten or a dozen Wau
kesha people, all more or less acquaint
ed, and all bound for a days fun and
fishing on the Lake. We stopped at
and got four row boats hitched on to
the little steamer and then put across
to Oa :ton Spring, where we disembark
ed for a dinner in the woods. Finding
an unoccupied summer house resort,
however, we monopolized the tables
and stove, and finally dined under the
cover of a roof, and such a dinner. It
began with royal pork and ueans and
topped oil with everybody so full, that
several who climbed in at the window
at the beginning of the feast, were
obliged to open double doors at the
rear of the building to get out.
After this acquatic performance the
gentlemen took to the small boats for
;i row up the lake and to fish. It being
very rough the ladies preferred totay
on siore a spell. Arrived on the fish
iag grounds, pole and lines were cast
out, and the fun of waiting for a bite
commenced. By the way, Mr. Riron
caught a handsome pickerel, trolling,
on the way up.
Mr. Harding, Mr. George and myself
occupied one boat, and candor obliges
mo to confess we were not so success
ful as those in the other boats, all of
which Harding laid to the fact that he
had two editors aboard, and the fish
wouldn't bite our hooks for fear of get
ting in the papers. The party altogeth
er though caught a handsome string of
fish, before the steamer came round to
pick us up.
Capt. Lawrence, who by the way is
an old whaler, shipped (isn't that the
way?) some of the ladies in a small
boat and was pulling for the "Island"
belonging to a farm once owned by
C. R. Hakin, Esq., now of Nebraska;
which Mrs. MacMurphy had a great
desire to set toot on once more. Re
turning the Captain rigged a sale with
a foiked bough and his linen duster,
and thus sailed down the lake in fine
style. At four o'clock the steamer
called for us, ran across to Lake Siae
again, where we left our boats, climb
ed the beautiful slope to the Hotel and
cottages, and got a view of all creation
around here. We were whistled
aboard the "Lady" to reach the live
o'clock train at Pewaukee. Andrew
Frame, Esq., of Waukesha, took some
cf our party from Lakeside in a sailing
yacht. The wife and I, having to take
the train at five p. m., for Coony, not
dirir to trust to the -iz.i, beii fast
to steam power, and reached the wharf
in good season.
' bus ended one of the most delight
ful excursions of the season. Every
body said so, and what everyone says
so, must bo (rue. Our friends, the
Hardings' and Lawrences drove back
to Waukesha ; wife and I took the train
for Oeonomowoc, where we found Mr.
and Mrs. Dousman waiting to welcome
U3. An eight mile drive i:i the conn
try to Mr. Dousman's farm and we an
chor for a day or two. As Mr. Dous
man is one of the proprietors of the
well known "Dousman Trout Ponds,"
and also has a large cheese factory in
operation, I shall have lots to write
about soon, more useful and interesting
than ewn a "Pic Nic on the Lake."
(To be continued.)
Bellevue, Sahpy Co.
We arrived in company with the Do
mine at this, one of the oldest and fin
est located towns on the Missouri River,
about half past three o'clock Saturday
afternoon. A short walk through the
lovely glen, from the Depot, shaded by
fine dense forest trees, was appreciat
ed, as the sun was extremely hot. We
first came to the massiva stone resi
dence of John Thompson, brother of
Dr. C. II. Thompson, lately a resident
of our caty, and found the old gentle
man quietly resting in the shade alter
a hard days work in the field, he re
ceived us most hospitably, and after a
short conversation with him, we bade
him good da)', and on our way to town
took in the lovely place of Judge Ham
ilton, the front yard filled with splen
did evergreens and other trees, orna
mental and useful. Among the latter
a very large transcendent, Crab Apple
tree, perfectly loaded with the most
luscious and largest crabs we ever saw
in such quantities on one tree. We
were cordially greeted by the ojd Judge,
and spent fifteen or twenty minutes
most agreeably with him and his ac
complished daughter. From here we
had a fine view of the magnificent
Mr. Hamilton's place is near the
head of Main St Business houses are
nearly as scarce as hen's teeth in this
once lively rival of Omaha, most of the
business men having moved to the new
County Seat. Papillion, 10 miles nor. h
west on the U. P. R. R. Only two
houses are doing business, and- those
in a very small way. Post Ollice and
whiskey, tobacco and a few groceries
comprise the stock.
Here the Domine left us, and with
an eye to business, we in company with
our local agent took a turn among the
good people that had not deserted this
lovely snot for more stirring locations.
Amoag them we called on Mr. Betls. a
former resident of the Presbyterian
Mission cm the Omaha Reservation,
Dr. Chaffee and J. Q. (loss, where we
found our friend the Domine, an 1
watched a spiiited game of croquet on
the lovely green sward of blue grass
near the latter gentleman's residence.
By the way the whole town plot of
1100 acres is covered with a beautiful
blue grass sod, and about one thous
and ;rcre3 looks almost like a dead lev
el. West and north there is a gradual
rise to a high spot, from which the
view is delightful. To the south the
hills on the north of this cky are very
distinct, the Platte ai.d Pappio rivers
between, on thy east and south-east, the
old Missouri rolls along in muddy
grandeur towards the Gulf. West, the
new Counfy Seat lies distinctly visible
over the beautiful rolling prairie, north
of the Platte, dotted with magnificent
farms. Altogether we agree with the
hospitable citizens of Bellevue that
their town is one of the fines', located
on the Missouri. The largest farmers
ef the county are the Messrs. Clark,
! one of whom. II. T. Clark, owns up
wards of 12,003 acres in Sarpy County,
and a section of timber in Iowa, besides
a numbtr of farms on that side of the
river. Most of the residents have
farms in the vicinity, among them Mos
es S. Martin & Sons, have a fine ina
north of town. Sunday morning we
attended the Episcopal Church, a neat
Gothic structure in the south-west part
of town. Rev. Mr. Burgess of Plaits
mouth officiated. In the evening we
attended the Presbyterian Church, a
neat and commodious structure of the
usual style of that denomination. -Rev.
Mr. Riale of Papillion officiates regular
ly on alternate Sundays to a fair con
gregation. Like most of our western
towns Bellevue can boast of a fine
school house, two stories high, of brick,
about 40x j0 feet I should judge, with
ample and commodious wood and out
houses. In conclusion we must say
we enjoyed our stay to the fullest ex
tent, and are under obligations for the
kind hospitality with which we were
treated, and shall look forward to
another visit with pleasure. P.
The Governors' Week at PailaiMpuia.
An invitation has been extended by
the exhibitors at the permanent Inter
national Exhibition to the Governors
of all the States and Territories of the
Union, to visit the Exhibition during
the last week in August, for purposes
of general conference. Nowhere has
such a opportunity ever befeie been
offered to compare industrial results,
as accomplished under the varying con
ditions existing within our broad, na
It promises to be a notable event
and arrangements are being perfected
to make the visits highly enjoyable to
the participants. The programe in
cludes a preliminary meeting at Inde
pendence Hall, on Tuesday Aug., 25th
a formal reception at the Exhibition
by the Exhibitors and Management on
Wednesday ; a grand industrial parrade
from the manufactories of the city, re
viewed by the Governors, on Thursday ;
visiting the leading manufactories oil
Friday: a visit to Cape May over Sun
day. The trip will be further ttxtend
ed'to New York, with a stoj at Tren
ton potteries where three or four days
will be devoted to an examination of
New York industries, then on to Bos
ton and the manufacturing cities of
Lowell. Lawrence, and Waltham. clos
ing with a trip to the White Mouu-
TELEGRAPH I C!
SITUATION IN THE EAST.
Tlie Tarklsli Commander is liesoltcil
to offer Battle.
Aiiotlier Severe Battle in Asia
I By Cable to tlie Inter Ocear.
The Herald's special correspondent
with the Turkish army in Bulgaria tel
egraphs that as a junction has been ef
fected by all the forces under Mehemet
Aliaud Suleiman Pasha at Stralariger,
THE TURKISH COMMANDER IS RESOLV
ED TO OFFER BATTLE
to the Russians. The Grand Duke
Nicholas has assumed personal com
mand of the Russian forces and alto
gether there will be over 210,000 men
ANOTHER BATTLE IN ASIA.
The Herald correspondent at Kur
kandara telegraphs that the .army of
Gen. Louis Melikoff the divisions of
which were comanded by Gen's. Iley
man, Devel, and Kamaroff, attacked
the Turkish line at three different
points on Sunday. The engagement
was severe, and lasted without inter
mission for eight hours. The light be
gan by a furious canonade from the
Russian batteries all along the
line, the Turkish artillery replying
with great vigor. The Russian fire
was very well directed, and did great
execution among tlie masses of Turk
ish infantry posted behind their works.
Under cover of this artillery fire, the
Russian infantry moved out and ad
vanced to the attack of the Turkish po
sition. The advancing Russian col
umns were subjected to a terrific fire
from the Turkish batteries, but the
men moved briskly, taking advantage
of-every accident of ground that avoi d
ed a cover, and their skirmishers
keeping up a lively fusilade. When
they came within a short distance of
tho Turkish line they dashed forward
and swept in on tlie astonished Turk3
with an impetuosity that overcame
all resistance. After a short, sharp
struggle the Turks were driven out of
their intrenchments at the bayone's'
point. They retired sullenly on their
second line undercover of a brisk can
nonade, which kept the Russians at a
respectful distance. Tlie second Turk
ish line being extremely strong and
completely dominated by heavy batter
ies on some heights in the rear, the
Russians did not make any attempt to
to capture them. The attack was real
ly a feint intended to keep the atten
tion of the Turks occupied while a
movement of great strategic import
ance was being carried out in another
direction. A constant fire was kept
up during thegrea er part of the even
ing, but toward nightfall the Russians,
retired on their former position accord
ing t the plan already determined up
on. The engagement lasted eight
hours en: irelv, and the loss on both
sidt-s was heavy. The Russians had
3J1 killed, and 10 wounded. Among
the latter are four officers, viz.: Major
Esig veretsch, Capiain Miccelihteff
and Lieutenants Makropoloff and Com
oro IT. Tlie Turks reported to have
had 1,500 killed. Bismark.
mnu T..T A T) V T7 Tt 3
niu iariivii.ijx to.
ItEI'ORTKD 1S F. F.. WIIITn.
Wheat. No. c
Corn. Flit-ia-i! -.
D il i y, .'i. 2
3c ! J J
LaTCST SEW YORK MARKETS
New oi:k. A us. 22.
LATEST CillCAC;:) MAR'iETS.
Chicago, Amr. 22.
Flour 5 '2'j'lj "
Wheat 1 03
Hons." 4 C017 5 4".
Cattle 2 U'Jl:3 73
In Pl.ittsmouth, Neb., on Fourth St.. about the
MIDDLE Of THE ELOCK,
you will find :
Corn I'lanfers, (!a;m-.l fi Isorse)
and all kintls of Farm Implements and
5helf Hardware, Tin Ware, &c, Sic.
Hungarian and Hillot.
Seed for Sale
W. D. JONES'
5EW LIVEUY STABLE,
Ttie tId HON NEK STAELTS in Plattsmouth
Neb., have been leased by Dr. Jones, and he
has opened a new and handsome liverv in this
we!! kiriwii barn. The finest and best of horses
and carriages always ready to let.
SADDLK. HOUSES CHEAP.
Horses kept for Sa!
or to Trade.
UOKSES TRAINED AND BROKE.
I ilenire to give notice that I have a lare.
handsome brick barn, with ulcnty of room for
horses and wagons. I eait pitt farnu-rs stock
an t wagons, loads of rain or anytiii'i all un
der cover, ii the dry. lo'inember this.
Thaidam: :vll mv U pations for their many
favors. 1 solicit their trade this eoiiiinji year,
satisfied I can accommodate them belter and do
better by them than ever before. 3-yl.
GEO. W. KI3SEK,
Machinist. " an oil MaLer and Itu:i
iier of Ihreshins Machine, -
has opened aehop on Sixth Street n"ar Mr. Don
eliy's Hlaeksinii h and Waou Shop where he has
prepared himself to do any and all machine work
without exception. He has a No. 1 Lathe can
turn in woo;l. iron. Steele. and all n her metal in
connection w ith machine mirk. He C;ui do ny
' ima ret.4ire.i m ii miu.siiiiLii. nra to matting it
trim. of whi.'h we have the evidence In a I'at.
I breach loader throwing one two or three balls at
! or.- ivt will of the tunner.
Mr ieo. w. Mirarier a farmer cearliock Eiuffs
an old acquaintance of Mr. Kinser from Virgin
ia c.u be refcred to in legard to his fornicrcou
i.ecr'ou with the manufacture of tinvsliin ma
chines. ;ivj Mr. Kmser a call and will insure
vou sftfisfactorv wwK on :iv ptt of a. Thivsii
in Ma-jhiie. . Zi-uvj.
Li niments .
have ben sold the last year, and not one com
pliant lias reached iii that they have not don?
all that is claimed for them. Indeed, s,-ie'.;ti:?e
skill cannot y:o beyond the icsu't re::chi-u in
these wonderful preparations. Ac'.dod to Car
bolic, Arnica, Mentha. Seiicca-Oil aud Wiich
llazel, are other ingredients, which makes a
family liniment that defies rivalry. Rheumatic
and bed ridden cripples have by it been enabled
to throv away their crutches, and many who
for year have been aliiieted with Neuralgia
Sciatica, Caked Breaets, Weak Backs, &c, have
found permanent relief.
Mr. Josiah Westlake.of Marysville, O., writes :
"For years my Rheumatism has been so bad
that I have been unable to stir from the house.
I have tried every remedy I could hear of. Fi
nally I learned ol the Centaur Liniment. The
first three bottles enabled me to walk without,
my crutche. lam mending nmiuiy. I think
your Liiiiincut simply a marvel.'1
This Liniment cures lUtrns and Scalds with
out a scar. Extracts the poison from bites and
stiaijs. Cures Chillblaius aud Frosted -feet, and
is very efficacious for bar-ache. Tooth-ache,
Itch and Cutaneous Kruptions.
The Cetitanr Liniment, Yellow
Wrapper. Is Intended for the tosmh fibres,
cords and muscles of horses, mules and animals.
READ ! READ !
Rev. Geo. W. Ferris, Manjrkill, Schoharie Co.
N. Y., says :
"My horse wa l ime for a year with fetlock
wrench. All remedied ill terly failed to cure and
I considered him w.irthless until I commenced
to us e Centaur Liniment, which rapidly cured
him. I heartily recommend it."
It makes very httle i -IT -rence whether the
case he 'wrench." sprain, spavin or lameness of
any kind, the effects are Ihe same. The jneat
power of the Liniment is. however, shown in
Poll-evil, Rig-head, Sweeny, Suavin, Uiug bone.
Galls and Scratches. This Liniment is worth
millions of dollars yearly to the Stock-growers
Livery-men, Farmers, and those having valua
ble animals to care for. We warrant its effects
and reTer to any Farrier who h:is ever used it.
Laboratory of J. B. Rose & Co.,
40 Dzv Sr.. Nnw VoKii.
A complete substitute for Casior Oil, without
its uupleas:tut taste or recoil in tlie throat. The
result of 20 years' practice by Dr. Sam'l Pitcher
Pitcher's Castoria is particularly recommend -pj
for children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, and allows uatura' sleep. Very ei.icM
cious in Coup and for children Teething. For
Colds, Feverishues. Disorders of th'j R nveU
aDd Stomach Complaints, nothing so effective
It is as pleasant to take as honey, costs but 25
cents, and can be had ;f any driii-tui-t.
This is one of many testimonials :
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D?trrSir:l have used y n:- C.Tn:r in i.y
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liable, ami a'i i e.li!e medicine It is par! lrular
ly t .i'lited t vlit! hn w'fie ll;c repugnant ta.-te
of Ciiior Oil rei.ueis it so ilittiii'It to fhni-.iis" r.
l. a. i:ndkk. m. i."
Mothers who try Castoria wi'.i iiiid that they
can sleep niyhts and that their babiof. will be
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Tins unri v;wied Sou; hern Keineily is warrant
ed not to contain a tdnrle Jpariicle'of Mercury,
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PU11EL Y VEGETABLE.
coidaii.ir.u those Southern Itoots and Herbs,
which an a'l wise providence has placed i'i
countries where Liver Diseases most prevail.
w HI mrc oil in-;' :--v.s citiucd Lj Ltra:i'jt::r.tij
o, 'the. Liver mid -.
The svmploms of L:vr Complaint are a loi
ter or bad taste i i the is:.ui:i ; pain in theba.-k.
sides or joint s. ol ten mi -I . s'ii tor Illn-u ;:at i - m :
Soar Stomach : bi" of App!itc : Ho v. e.s ;;!! i -nately
cos.ive mid ): : ileadaehe; Lo.-t- of
memory, with a ;.!i.f::i - c-tt-atinii of haviiii; f.iil
cd to t;o some: h: -a which ou!it t.i luve iicen
doni' ; Debility, i.ov S,iit:! -. :i thick y.-ll.-iw ap
pearance of til f Liu a .1 eve-., a dry t'uuj.'i of
ten mistaken lor co:;suii.;:h.ii.
Sometime ma v of th symptom attend
the disease, at oi !:.-rs very f'-w. but the Liver,
the !ari:e t ovlc.i.i in I iie body, is verier illy tliu
seat of the disease, and if not retulated in time
ureal Milterui;.'. wretvheeness and death will
I can recomni'Mid as ;lm efficacious remedy f..r
disease of the l.ivt r. Ileartnuni and Dyspepsia,
sjlM-MOXS" LiVliU-Uiili V..ATOU.
LKiVIS (I. WfXPKP..
Mil Master Street,
A h-t ant Po.-t ter, Philadelphia.
"We havj ?'.'.. 1 iiJ virtues, personally, nn.l
know that for iv.-pe..-ia. I'.i'ousi.ess", anil
Throbbing Headache, it is Cue best medicine
tlie world ever m.iiv. Vv'e have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Keuhifor. b'.:t
none of them ,"ave us more than tei.ipoi arv re
lief : but t he !:. M:a;or not o;,iy rciicve.1 I. lit
cured us." KJ. TUcsrajph o.ul Jleftciiycr, Ma
.V-'dri'.-irfatv.f rtnti .'.
J. H.ZEILIN 'r CO..
MACON. vlA., and PHILADLi I'll I A.
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
preparation, viz : a gentle cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such .siu'iial success has attended its use, that'it
is now regarded as the
For all diseases of the Liver, Siomath and
-Is a liemcdy in
Ma'arious Fevers. Lovvel Complaints, Dyspep
sia. Mental Depression, Kesl !esne-s. Jaiiudice,
Nausea, Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
v CA UTION.
As there are a number of imitations offered
to the public, we would caution the community
to buy no Pwders or Prepared Simmons' Liv
Kit KkfiL i.AToi:. 111. less in our cimraved wrap
per, with the trade uiark. Htamp and siguature
unbroken. None other is genuine,
J. II. ZEILIN & CO.,
JIaeon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Your valuable medicine SinunonV Liver Pec
ulator, has saved me many Doctors' bills, I use
it for everything it is recommended, and never
knew it to fail. 1 have used It hi Colic and
t.rubbs, w ith my mule aud horses, giving them
about ha'f it bottle at a time. I have not lost
one that I gave it to. you can recommend it to
every one that has stock as being the best med
icine known for all eompl. lints that horse-tlesh
is heir to. E. T. TA YLOIt.
301y Agent for Grangers of Georgia-
?7?TvT '',,A!IE b" -'-rents in cities nnd ciun
HQIvJ l,'y towns. Only Tece.'ssry to show
3 samples to maite s;.!es and money, for
n TO rany one out ol employment and" dis
1 GOC 5"lsc,l work, l.'scd daily by all bu
3 Oilit) siness men. Send stamp for circular,
5 E'.viill J.fiees !o aaetils. Addres,
H A 1 "MI'KCI Ali .a:xt'Y."
tjl A V !M Kendall liuildiug, Chicago.
Sub.scribo for the Herald and Ne
braska Fanntr; only .2.G5.
week seHinir our
np article to business men ANOTI1RU made
ji;:t. One LADY made wrfH-One I'-oY made
WIT In one week which shows what can be
done if a parlv is enereetic. Haziness easy and
li'inor.ible. Send stiim;i tor circular giving full
partic u 1 h is. Address,
liooiiitfO-Iiondair tl tiding.
4lllli CHICAGO, ILL.
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
JOI1X BOSS, Proprietor.
TE2E 0"L.O BIILIAULS KOl'SE,
fiooil accotnmodations for Farmers
ar.il the traveling public. Board SI per
day. ileals 21c. Entirely reiitted and
re-furnished, and farmers are request
ed to call and get 3 incurs and bed for
Real Estate and Loan Office,
LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
U. S. PATENTS TO LAITD
Titles Examined aud l'erleoted.
It is a duty every man owes to himself and to
those interested with him to know the eoudl
dition of the tills to his property. It Is a fact
well known to the legal profession, and to real
estate dealers, that thousands of the improved
and unliiiproveJ farms of this western country,
have imperfect titles ; much expense and Jifi
3'ifi'ori can be saved by having, your titles exam
ine I and perfected, at once, and before proper
ty readies eastern fi ,ures in value, w hen o.ucs
tHnable titles become more difficult to remedy.
All persons claiming title to lauds should ob
tain the United States Patent and have it re
corded, the t:gcl title from the Government is
vetted in the individual through the patent
and title is not perfect until the Patent is issu
ed and recorded, and eastern ea)italMx iil not
Itiar. money on such security unless it is done.
As a matter of business convenience, 1 have
connected this department with my Law Prac
tice, and have p'accil in charge of it W. S. V ise.
who w ill, under my supervision, attend to c!l
matters a pp-M-tainhig thereinto.
A ten year's residence in lie State and Coun
ty, with corist uit business experience, and rel;i
tions wit i it in' i ibit mts, h as thoroughly iiual -iSed
mc for transacting business of the above
mentioned character with facility..
V. Li. WINDHAM. Att'y. nt Law.
W. S. Wise, Notary Public. coyl
Moiioy for Farmers.
I have now on hand, ready for shipping a fine
oland China pk's for sale, at reasonable r;tte.
Can lurnish in pairs not akin. These pis are
descended from the herds of Sheoard .S; Alexan
der, i f 1 :!iiei-. and A. '. Moore. Can per igiee to
the best hogs at the national hog aUovv la Chi
cago in IS7-.
I one p .ii ien.-e nromptly answered. Save
the expense t I s 'luting farther car.
K. . SHELDON.
I'ai'J .Malvern. Mills Co.. Iowa.
To loa:: oa improved farms in Cass ountv, at
low rate o! interest. Applications solicited.
Plattsmouih, March 1377. J. N. WISE.
E. G. DOVEY & SON,
take pleasure in announcing
TO THE CITIZENS OF PL.ATTS
SIUUTN AND VICINITY,
Thiit they are now located in tlieir
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
Opposite Fitzgerald Jjlock,
and ready to see their eld customers
and as many new ones as may come.
Slaving just opened
a new assortment
inent of goods
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
new up town store. Hit
GO TO TIIK
SOMETHING NE !
Mr. Solomon, of
the iirtn of Solomon
c& Nathan has one
east to purchase Fall
and Winter stock for
jhis Wholesale Store
at Si. Joe, and will
! a I s o send f o r v a r d a
large stock for he
in this city.
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
We will positively sell ail Spring and
Summer goods at cost to inal.ti
room for new stock. We will
give below prices of some
of our goods at
Indian Head brown Muslin, 1 yard
wide, 12 yards for Ql.
Prints. 20 yards for SI.
Cottonades, 15 cts. per yard.
Denims, brown and blue, 12 yards
Grenadines from 10 cents a yard "up
AVe will also sell the celebrated Hip
Gore Corset, for 3oc apiece, for SO days
Parasols from I5c
Fans from 5 cents
Culls and ColIarsJ
from 25 cents a sett
Full line of law ns,
Cishop, Victoria and
Swiss, from 10 cents
a yard, up.
Su mmer shirts, 50
5 cents up.
SOLOMON & NATHAN.
Plattsmouth, August 1st, 1377.
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Cj s ri
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c: v i-,
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
OIT MTA.Xr:T STSELT.
"Cast ot l'latte Valley House.
In the Town.
Good Teams Alway3 on Uund.
Careful Drivers sant with car
riages it desired.
Carriages sent to Depot to meet all .s
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
rnnerals attended and rarriapes fnr-dO,. d .,
flh iid'j. Adiress, J. V. SlIAVNtC,
4.'-ly IT.attsmouiii. NVk
DAVENPORT PJHP COMPAili.
mamti acvi;ke3 or"
STONE FORCE PUftPL.
rOli SALK iiY
J. O. CUMMIN b
Possesses the Folloicinj gttjMri-jri:!
1. It is newr nffeeted by frost n r'.iliii -tapping.
rainnr of clie handle or tier c; '
1. It starts v. it!i the flrnr or a-.-eoail ir..r r.
the li.indle, :m.i the Htnv :oae l re in i -i. :
stop, leaviiiK in, drippl'ip jo f.rn .nud o.
winter, on ;uid around the platf'.i i.i.
a. it thoroughly ventilates tlie v.ell, x':'r'
it of fmil stir.
4. It kics it- cost every year la !:t!;c-r
T,. It if hivalii.iMa In Ciise c" C.e m: r . .
eer r.-ady at your door.
C. The'eylluder heinir of tor. -. .'.i d C .::
th- inutile, y. equal to tT.--.ss, and -a
there is no .slime or li!tn ever i c'! ctiii i .-.
7. The v-li re'piires no fieanii.t; (.ut ii' .' : '
of tlu've pumps is set In one that i . t l.'j.
s. it i-ouil.iiif h l.oth the Htliiospl tTie;.. :.!!.
rin iplc. ul.ieli iVi-s it an tU.-l p.'.
the viater. throwing a Mea'H' stre; rn. !:i,: a .:
the uj) and uovrn liedion of the hi. mil".
9. I'hlri nuii'.p iiUvays hrms eo. ; w;it"r ':
the start, the vtat-r standing be lew the '
i:i a sinne oylinder.
in. The buckets may he remove d af v :.
wii limit iiKivintr tne pump or iutioi m.
Thev will throw fruiii flity to si" t i-.ty-f v f
from the encl or a hose, trom v tli.sup t
I-et deep, with one hand power.
They lire nho eiy meful ff.r '.i'hUfj
Kt'S, windows, sprinkling lawns. &.:.
SAFE 3, CHAIRS.
Lounges, Table3, Bedttadv
I.TC, FTC, FTC,
Of All Dat'-riplioiis.
METALLIC BURIAL C A' ; 2 '
Of ail sizes, ready made and ..hl nhcap i'.. .
"Willi many thanks for past patrona?. 1
invito all to call and examine my
LAUCi: STOCK 1F
4'jtr. rruxir! ti: am -orr
"ThQ Family Favoriia ?
New Modei i'inch;
No Goars, Ho Cams, No Spri-
VlH a.nd eiicwt eiiles of totoll .
By h xpirni'.n of rtnll unJ-r whh '
been rlnS lojaltiea, w r able4 to o;l
Greatly Reduced Pr:
mail t low as thoeo cf any Crst-clara machlnv.
SEND FOR CirtCTJIARS AND PRICE USTT
WEED SEV7I1TG HACEINE
203 Wtiach Avo., Ch!caoo
rou a all: ey
THI PARKER GUK.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
ti ?n r fist
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