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J. A. MACMUlirilV..
PLATTSMOUTII, SEPT. 7, 18-77.
Call for a Slate KcpuMicau Convention.
A KUilt l publican Convention U hereby
railed to meet in Lincoln at 2 o'clock i. in., on
Aw-ducsday, the loth of Octohei" next, for the
purpose of iioiuinnt iii u candidate for justice
of the Supreme Court, and two candidates for
f.-L-i'iit of tins State University, and all vacancies
Occasioned by expiration. of official terms, and
to transact sutli other business as may come be
The several organized counties will be entitled
cacli, iu one delegate to the. naid convention
and to one additional delegate for eaeli VM
voterf, or major fraction thereof, cast for Silas
liaitwr, tlie RepulHican candidate for Governor
at the November election in IsTti as foHows :
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It Is recommended that no proxies be admit
ted to the convention, except such as are held
by person residing iu the counties from which
the proxies are given.
The i:iub:iean electors of the several coun
ties are recommended to hold their county con
ventions for the purpose of electing delegates
to the ftate convention, and the nominating of
candidates for county ofl'ieers, the Oth day of
Py order of the Kepubiican State Central
Committee. . C. II. CEU1:. Chairman
C. E. YOST, Secretary- 2G:n2t
CALL 1011 A IILTUI5LICAN COUNTY
The Republican County Convention of Cass
bounty win meet ai me iowii ui t eejio a
SATURDAY, OCT. SIXTH,
at 11 o'clock a. ro., for the purpose of electing
10 delegates to attend the state t onventioii at
l .incoln. on Oct. loMi. :vnd also to nominate can
liidates for the following County OllWvis, to be
oied for at the November election ol tins year.
One County Treasurer.
" " Sheiiir. "
" Commi?siniicr3d Hist.
" Sunt, rublie Instruction.
The different precincts are entitled to send
delegates to me louveu;;on as 101103 ;
IO.ATTSMOVT1I CU V.
Ir-t Ward 5
Kinht Mile firove 6
Mt. I'leasaut - -5
Y eenin-' Water
South l'.end i
Salt Cm k
It is further recommended that the primaries
meet in the several ward ana precincts at tue
til. ics and places Pelow jriv n.
In l'btttsmouth City ai 7 o.clock p. ni.
1st Ward Court House.
Cd WardHerman School House.
:t. Ward Ir. J viostons Olliee.
Ward 1. II. V. heeler's ( tneo.
I'iattsiiHinlU precinct, at Taylor's School
iiou-ic. at 2 p. m.
Koek IdulU, at Herder's School House, at 5 p
l.ibertv. nt iisunl nlnce. at 5 p. tn.
Kerht-Nlile Grove, at Shafer's School Houne
t 4 i. in.
?It. I'leasaut, at C.i'.niore's School House, at
4. p. m.
Avoca. at Hnt'-hinV School House, at 2. p. m.
Loiusvilie, at Louisville School J louse, at 7 j.
Centre, at Grand Trairie School House, at 2
Weeninir Water, at School IIoue, at 4 p. 111.
South Hend. ;it Usual llace. at 5 P. III.
Lbnwood, at Mainland School House, at 0 :T0
stove Creuk, at Clapp & Greeralute's store,
at p. 111.
Tipton, at Win. Wright's house at C p. m.
(Irvciwwi'l, at K;i!nev ScIkmiI lb. use. it 7 p. tn.
Salt Creuk. at Abbotts School House. 7 p. in.
Also, recommended that at each primary
meeting some definite action be taken about
pmx:es. or snpplvmg the place of absent de.e
g ites at convention.
.1. A. MacMckph v. Chairman,
i:. Doom, Secretary.
The Sixth Annnal Convention of the
National Agricultural Congress, began
rs session in Chicago, on the 2 th inst.
Hon. J. Sterling Morton was made the
president, pro tern, in the absence of
President Flagg. In the evening the
members of the convention were the
guests of the nianagei'3 of t'.ie Exposi
tion. llanils np"sH?ain.
ITenry Herman, C. T. Sweeny and A.
Jones, thres returning miners who came
in from the Ulack Hills, by way of the
E'.khorn Valley route were robbed by
three road agents at Cheyenne Itivcr.
They got SoOO from Herman and small
amounts from the others.
Siate Dar As.-;oc!aMo:i.
Lincoln. Xi;n., Sept, 17th, 1S77.
The Supreme Court rne.'ts Tuesday,
October 2.1, 177. Ca ;es are .assigned
First District, Oct. 2d to Oth.
S -cond District, Oct. 8lh to 13th. "
TJiird District, OcL. 1.1th to 20th.
Fourth District, Oct. 2i, to 27th.
Fifth District, Oct. 28th to Nov. Sd.
Sixth Iistrict, Xov. oth to 19th.
The s:u!e liar Association meets
T'edaesilay oveniupr, Oct., Cd. Flection
f Orator, and oilier important busi
ness will come before the Association.
Tho Chairman of all committees are
Xii..iutred. to rc-iort in writing by that
L:ap. X. (J. Hr r.L.
Mate I tNii;-.
A new paper comes from .Sterling
Johnson Co., Nebraska, called the Ster
ling Nfws and edited by Holland &
A man named Capt. I.ockwooil was
kUIetl at the )ic,u Co. Fair while intox
icated, by falling from his sulky under
the heels of his horse.
If yon want to see the Hist premium
lambs of this section, take a ecp at
the fine Lcicesters which ilr. Cary has
just received from Illinois. They are
only six months old, yet the fleece is
already eight inches I0115 and very
heavy. Mr. Carey informs ui that the
clip from bis brother's Hock, from
which these were taken, averaged elev
en pounds to the fleece. Deatrice Ex
press. Lincoln Journal: Another serious
accident, which might have resulted
very disastrously for our state treasur
er, Hon. J. C. McIJride, occurred yester
day. As he was returning from the
fair grounds with a friend in his car
riage, crossing 1' street 011 Eleventh, a
runaway mule team attached to a lum
ber wagon collided with the back part
of the buggy, throwing both of the oc
cupants into the air. As tho General
fell he cut quite a gusli in his face,
from which the blood flowed profusely,
but was otherwise not dangerously
hurt. His companion escaped with a
District Court Kecord.
Tuts DAY", Sept. ISth, 1S77.
Court convened pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present Hon. S. 15. Pound, Judge;
Geo. S. Smith, Dist. Attorney; "Win. L.
Wells, Clerk; O. A. Mullon, Reporter.
Court being opened in due form, the
following Avas had and done:
John Fitzgerald vs Jacob Schneider
ordered that this cause ba and the
same is hereby continued generally.
Dirdsall, Son & Co. vs J. M. and V.
J. Carter continued at the cost of de
fendants, and leave given to amend an
Michael Hurley vs E. II. Eaton and
Ann Allison this cause came on to be
heard upon motion to dismiss. Court
overruled said motion.
Ella V. Davis vs Joseph Schlater
E. G. D.ovey vs AT"m. AltalTer and
Lucrctia AltalTer dismissed at cost or
Wni. Stadelmaun vs Win. Altaffer
and Lucretia AltalTei dismissed at
cost of plaintiff.
A. J. Hedges vs Wra. AltalTer nnd
Lucretia AltaJIer dimissed at cost of
John Black vs "Win. Winterstcin
Uailey, Townsend & Co. vs Jos. She
ra, Henry Shera, and Jos. Sans default
Duck, ilcComes & Patterson vs J. II.
Shcra and W. II. Smith default enter
Edmund E. "Wooley vs Jo3. Sliera &
Jos. Sans default entered.
Mary P. Allen vs Henry C. Vanhorn
Rebecca Vanhorn and Ida Vanhorn,
heirs of Joseph Vanhorn default en
tered. Jason G. Miller vs Jacob Ortliff and
Phillip Horn court allowed correction
of name and continued for service.
II. II. Tuttle vs II. M. Tuttle default
of defendant entered.
John Fitzgerald vs M. B. Murphy
and Francis L. Murphy default enter
ed. John Fitzgerald vs P. B. Murphy
Charles II. Beck vs Charles II. Warn
er and E. VS. Lane default entered.
The tTnion Mutual Life Insurance
Co. of Maine vs B. S. Harding, Nellie
L. Harding, Wm. Stadelman, A.J. Hod
ges, A. J- McC irroll, Geo. Beck, But
tery & Lazenby and E. G. Dovey de
Maggie S. Huebner vs Lewis A.
Huebner divorce granted.
Ernest Sperling and Chas. Bernays
vs John Ilartman and Sarah Hartman
John Black vs Jas. II. Dick and Mar
garet Dick default entered.
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Maine vs John Xewton and Jane Xew-
ton default entered.
'.Via. Lutton vs Geo. Baker and Jane
Baker default entered.
Mathkvs Spolin vs Jos. Sliera, Henry
Shera and Wm. II. Smith, assignee in
bankruptcy of Joseph Sliera default
David Siegel vs Anna V. Ellison, ad
ministrator of II. E. Ellison deceased
decree set aside and vacated.
Wednesday, Sept. 19th.
C. X. Andrews vs B. 11. Livingston
E. G. Dovey vs the City of Platts-
mouth continued generally.
Geo. II. Black at al vs the City of
Plattsiiouth continued generally.
B. & M. It. It. in Xcb-. vs the Board
of County commissioners of Cass Co.
Xeb. It is taken under advisement.
In the matter of iho estato of II.
Vmison, deceased vs Ada Auiison et al
John H. Burnhani vs Wm. S. Latta
et al ordered that plaintiff recover of
the said defendants.
E. 1L Eaton vs the City of Platts-
mouth dismissed for want of prose
Wm. II. Shfer vs S. X. Merriain
John Inhclder vs August F. Arndt
II. II. Pcttit vs John Black court
decided for plaintiff.
E. II. Eaton vs Henry Dubois leave
to amend and answer original in thir
E. II. E.iton vs Wm. II. Reynolds
leave to amend and answer original-in
II. II. Il.don vs I
II. II. Eaton vs Silas Long and Abra- j
ham Long case dismissed at plaintiiTs j
Win. I.oder vs the V. & M. in Xeb. i
dis:i!u.:;ed at f pl.iiatifL's cot. ;
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TL'BKS RLI'L'LSi:!) AT TZLKCO VNA.
Fire in the Patent OH!;?.
A Russian o&cia-l dispatch dated
Garney Studen yesterday, says the
Turkish attack on Tzercovna the 21st
was decisively repulsed, and was not
renewed. On the 22d the Turks re
treated. Our loss is 20 officers and
400 men; that of the enemy at least
London, Septc-inbei 21 A corres
pondent with Mehemit Ali indicates
that the engagement at Tzercovna
was intended as a rcconnoisance. but
assumed a somewhat more serious
character because of the impetuosity
of the Turkish troops, according to thi3
and other accounts, displayed great
courage. The center column advanced
as far as Verboka, and after having
been ordered four times. in vain to re
tire had to be led out of the lire by the
division commander in person, alter
having stormed tho Russian position
under a murderous fire.
Washington, Sept. 24. A promi
nent oflicer of the Treasury depait
ment says that Secretary Sherman puts
a different interpretation upon the
President s order in relation to othce
holders keeping out of campaigns from
those entertained by Secretaries Schurz
and Evarts. He explains it that Sher
man construes it
TO RESTRAIN. OFITCE HOLDERS
only up to the time a ticket is nomi
nuted that the evil sought to bo cor
rected was the packing of primaries
and conventions, and thus controling
nominations in spite of the people. Af
ter the ticket is in the field Sherman
is represented as holding that it is
both the right and duty of officials
to make themselves heard and felt in
Washington, September 24. The
damage to the patent ofiice is estimat
ed at i$30,0tn, while that growing out
of tho destruction of models and other
valuables belonging to the patent office
is almost incalculable. The arches
which formed the ceiling of the second
storj, and upon which the floor of the
third story rested, are so badly damag
ed by heat and water that many of
them must be torn out. The marble of
the outer walls is considerably discol
ed by flames and cracked in many plac
es. It is supposed the fire had been
smouldering beneath the roof, which
was not fire proof, for some hours be
fore discovered. Two or three fires oc
curred in the neighborhood of the pat
ent office, caused by sparks from the
building. Tho loss wa3 small.
The total number of models destroy
ed will not exceed $30,009.
Bccharest, September O j. An offi
cial dispatch announces the Montene
grins are now attacking Corausko. A
Turkish detatchment has occupied a
natural stronghold on Roumanian ter
ritory under cover of the guns of Silis
tria. They apparently intend to at
tempt to cat the railway between Ga
latz and Bucharest.
London, September 2.1. It is stated
that the Russians and Roumanian loss
es before Plevna exceed twenty-five
thousand killed and wounded.
ViR3iTizA, Sep'.oCiber 23. The Rou
manians have apnroached to within
eighty yards of the seccm.l Grivica re
doubt. Undoubtedly an assault will
be made in two or three days.
Ilifer Pasha was reported to have
entered Plevna with only a small es
cort. The Daily Xews, in a summary of
the war, considers it evident that the
Russian staff has been outwitted and
has permitted important aid to reach
Washington, September 2 -I. The
President and Mrs. Hayes, with the
p.irty accompanying I hem, returned to
Washington thit evening. The presi
dent was considerably fatigued, and
without much delay entered a carriage
with Mrs. Hayes and was driven to the
Soldier's Homo. The president con
cluded to postpone his vhit to Rich
mond until next month, when th? Vir
ginia state fair will be iu progress.
There will be a session of the cabinet
Thirty thousand models were de
stroyed by the lire in the patent olliee.
The value of property lost in abstract
will aggregate about $1,500,000, but as
a large class of tho models cannot, or
will not b3 replaced the actual loss
will probably not reach over $o)j,000
or $003,000. The patent offiC3 has to
its credit with the treasury over and
above its earning a sum sufficient to
pay the expenditure, but it cannot be
n?ed without an appropriation by con
gress. Trexton, S?ptember 25. In the re
publican state convention to-day Chas.
II. Voorhees was nominated temporary
After rscess Gen. Kilpatrick was
chosen permanent president. Win. A.
Xewell was nominated for governor.
ilkesdarke, September 25.
About 3,000 minors of the Lehigh and
Wilkesbarre coal company rnefr to-day
and accepted the offer of absolute ten
per cent advance. They will resume
llary Jfapes Dodge, editor of the St.
Nicholas, i j a h indsoni3 brunette, be
low the middle size, quite stout, the
embodiment of vivacity and merriment.
She is a veritable humorist seeing every
thing at a droll angle, and telling stor
ies that keep her hearers iu t. gale of
laughter. So rarely is sho sniom that
strangers have id conception of her
depth of feelinjt or strength of chara
ter. She has two boys, arrived at man's
estate, and as they ar ; taller thaa their
mother, no one who did not know would
snpp - ise they belong;-1 1 her. Slie was
nrtrrieil very yn-tng, and is imv but lit-
tie over fort v.
Sleeting of the Republican County Cen
The Republican Central Committee
of this County met at Eight Mile Grove
on Saturday, Sept. 22d, at 2 p. in., and
was called to order by the chairman.
On motion E. Doom was elected Secre
tary. Jas. Hall was admitted as a del
egate from Mt. Pleasant. On motion,
persons present from precincts not rep
resented, or delegates by proxy from
said precincts were admitted to act on
Mr. Polk introduced the subject of
"popular nominations," or "primary
elections," as it is sometimes called,
and was followed by Mr. Hall, in favor
of that plan of nominating. An animat
ed discussion followed, participated in
by Messrs. Cushing, Johnson, Bobbitt
and other. It finally seemed the sense
of the meeting that there was not time
to perfect a plan of primary elections so
that the voters would all understand
it before this election, but a majority
of the committee being in favor of this
system for the future, a committee of
two was appointed by the chair to draft
such plan, and present the same to the
County Convention this fall, which if
adopted by them, should be the meth
od of nomination by tho Republican
On motion, the recommendation of
the State Central Committee as to time
of convention was adopted, and Satur
day, Oct. Cth, 1S77, fixed as the time of
holding our County Convention. Three
different votes were then tasen on the
place of holding the convention, and
finally resulted in Weeping Water be
ing designated. The convention will
therefore be held at "Weeping Water,
on Oct. Cth, at 11 o'clockT
On motion, a committee of three was
appointed by the chair to draw up call
and make apportionment; Messrs.
Doom, Cushing and Johnson. Mr.
Johnson declining to act, Mr. Hall was
made one of the committe.
The committee reported the appor
tionment found elsewhere in the "call,"
and it was adopted.
It was moved that no proxies be al
lowed unless parties live in precinct
Moved to amend, by allowing no
proxies and the delegates present to
cast the vote of the precinct or ward.
On motion of Cutler laid on table.
On motion, again "it was recommend
ed that all primary meetings take ac
tion of some kind in regard to proxies.
The day of holding primaries was
then fixed on Thursday, Oct. 4th, and
the time and place as appears elsewhere
in the "call."
Xo further business appearing, the
committee then adjourned.
Jno. A. MAcMcnniY",
Evekton Doom, Chairman.
A Rig Farm.
From the Fargo (Mi;i:t.) Times.
We had the curiosity the other day
to ask Mr. Dairymple what he expected
the profit on his wheat crop would be
this year. He replied that at present
prices for wheat, his net profit would
be about $10 per acre. As he is half
owner of seventy-rive thousand acres
of wheat in Red River valley, and has
fifteen hun.lred acres on his home farm
at CottiifO Grove, Minn., his profits
this year may be safely put at $50,000.
Who was it that remarked that wheat
raising don't pay ?
Dairymple has five steam threshers
now at work on hU four-thousand-acre
farm at Casselton, each one threshing
in average of one thousand bushels
per day. The grain is hauled directly
to the cars as f;ist as threshed, and
shipped to Xew York, via Duluth ami
the lakes. He loads and forwards fif
teen cars per day. At three hundred
and fifty bushels to the car, the crop on
this place will make two hundred and
fifty-seven car loads. The yield, from
what has been threshed so far, is esti
mated at ninety thousand bushels, an
average of twenty-two and a half bush
els per acre. Add to this thirty-five
thousand on the Grandin farm, in
which Mr, Dairymple has a half inter
est, and which will average equally
well, the two farms will produce one
hundred and sixty-eight thousand sev
en hundred and fifty bushels of wheat
this year. "Dairymple farm" is a tract
of about eleven thousand acres of land
near Casselton, twenty miles west of
Fargo, on the line of the Northern Pa
cific railroad. It is owned by Geo. W.
Cass and P. B. Cheney, of Xew York,
and Oliver Dairymple, the "Wheat
King of Minnesota;" as he is termed.
Twelve hundred acres were broken in
1875 and sowed to wheat last year.
This year there are four thousand acres
in wheat ami a splendid crop it is, too
and three thousand acres additional
were broken this season for seeding
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latest new yoric markets
New Yoi:k, Sept. 20.
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
CiilCAtiO, Sej.t. 20.
Flour 5 "V.'i 7.1
Wheat l l. if l;i
ib't's 5 (v,, -, 7.-,
Native Cattle 3 fan.-:i f
Iex;j Catt.e 2 70Cj-S '
FARM FOR SALE.
The Best StccU Kariu in Chns County
For Nalc Very Ctiai. I
Said farm eonfains A ROUT 1U7 ACRES, '.'no j
in cultivation ; 7;) acre of meadow land : 10 j
iM-res in pasture, enclosed with a good lence,
and about -jee acres in timber, 70 of which i
tuclo-ed with a live-board fence, and is used as
a ho-.-lor. There are over 1.;-"j III' A LINO
FRUIT 'HIKES. Also 4 or f miles of hedje '
fei; ;,. Said f-irm is well watered, and ban 11 pi 11
il a OOOD COM KORTARLE HOL SF-, -railleries,
stabies, etc. etc.
The ab-n-e farm is located C.'i M1LFS SOUTH
o;r Pi. VITsMoUTH, and is known as Hie old
W. L. Huhb's place.
Ti'RMs : One-third down. j:nd balance on
0 uri- jear- lim-i. For further part eel a rs apply
10 SI WILl P.KOS., i
-i-M i'laiUuiytitii, N.cb. I
An Address to the Sick.
Jo von wa::t to purify the system?
Do yen want to get tki of biliousness?
Do vr.-.i want s.iiuet'.iii: to strengthen you?
Do you wan a frond i-njietiie?
I to you want to gift rid of nervousness?
Do you want jroo.l diirenion?
) vou want to sleep well?
Do jou want to build up your constitution?
Do you want a brisk and oroiss feeling?
If you il ),
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Sole proprietors Simmons' Liver Regulator
J- ". .7. "...ti4.. i :
cle ot Mercury, or any
Injurious mineral sub
stance, lint is l"L KK
LY VEG ETA IILE,
W'l-e-iJC.-Jftl-iVer" noots and Herbs,
YVAZLSXty which an Al 1 - W i so
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ed in countries where Liver Disease most pre
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IIKli.VMir.MKXT OK THK I.IVKK A.N1I l)OW ELS,
IIIXILATE THK LIVE it AND I'ltKVKNT
CHILLS AND FEVER.
HII3IO! LIVCK KI'UriiATOK
Is eminently a Family Medicine ; and by bein'4
kept ready for immediate resort will nave tnanv
an hour oi sufTcrii!;; and many a dollar in time
and doctors bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it is still receiv
ing the most umiuiililied testimonials to its vir
tues from persoEs of the highest character and
responsibility. Eminent physicians commend
it a-J the most
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ACH, li AD 'l AS I K IN TilK MOl'TII. 1SI MOTS
ATTACKS. PALPITATION OK Till' HKAKT,
PAIN IN TIIL KKOION OF THE K1DSKYS,
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INC OK KYIL: ALL OK WHICH Al.'K 'llIK
offspring of a diseased liver,
For children complaining of
colic, headache, or sick stomach,
a teaspooni'ul or more will irive
relief. Children, as well as adults
eat sometimes too much supper
or eat something which does not
divert well, producing sour stom
ach, hwartbuni, or restlessness;
airood dose of Liver Regulator
will .uive relief. This applies to
Persons of ;ill i!,a's Jt is the
cheapest, purest and best Family
Medicine in Hie world !
IT HAW IVO ItUAIb
Thousands lead miserablelives, suffering from
dyspepsia, a disordered stomach and liver, pro-diK-iDi;
hi!i.ousncs, heartburn, cost iveu.-.ss,
weakness irregular appetite, low spirits, ri-ini:
food ai'rer eai in.cr. aii'l often endiiis; in fatal at
tacks of lever. They know they are sick, yet
t:et little sympathy. The ui.faiihiu remedy' to
prevent these :;fi!ict;ons and restore heullli is
Simmons' Livrat lii-:i;i latou.
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I'kick, 1.0O. Sold by r.H Druists. ".V.y
H E lf
Ito;iiaii:e ol;l. so extensively worn in
Paris, was first discovered in isTO. by the cele
brated French chemist, 3ln:i. D. l'.r Lainuc,
who manufactured it into ji'.vXiy, mi l for live
years sold it to I he lenuinir'jewclers of I'ai i - for
S!iit ioIJ. In 17,", when his wrii l bocame
known. H-n of tito niai.ufacturiiiic jewelers es
tablished a stock company, wit !i a ::;. of
Slfl.'K'O.OiH), for U'e purp'fse of mannfaV'tip iu
ItiMindiif ol.l Jewelry :wid Vaolic.
With this immense capital. :.r.d the aid of im
proved macninery, they cie enabled to produce
all the latest pat terns 'of jewelrv at le s than
( tie-tenth the co-it i.f Solid io'd.'aud 01 . jiial
ity and color hkh makes it inmossioie even for
experts to detect it liom the fieiiuiiie.
YiV Sin v ui-e;! t be cud is-s -e r- 'jce
ryortiie I'nitrO feratt'M :m.l an:i;5;i. for
the sa'e of juoiN manufactured p.om this
metal, and in order to ii.t i ( iu e tl'ein in the
most spoi-dy manner, have put u; a.-'soried sam
ple lots as !;it'ii below, which we will sell at
one-tenth f retail value until Janu
ary lp,t, IHI.s. Lead ti;e list :
';:!-!i I'hai'i retail piiee..
One pan i ieii d Meeve buttoas, ictail price 7--i
OliC Stone-Set S".i! f i'Pi " ' 7"
One s.o t::i Spiral S'lirt Stud.'. " ' 1r
ne inn-i d s,'::..e Co!! t i?!i!(on " " 50
One heavy plain W eddii! l.in ' " 1
Toti.l . I Oo
For ."a cents v.e will scud above Mx articles
One pair sleeve F.nttons. store setting.
one set spiral srurt Sitsds.
lue he :y band KM':irc:n nt Rluf.
One Set i2) Enravi'd. lirai i'!es.
i tne Ladies' Loft Otinrd or Neck Chair.
t:e 1 iir:: v--d M ini it ..ire Locket, for ti.e above.
One Kfut's Heavv Link W-ifeii Chain.
OiiC L;ike (k'.-.-e Diamond Stud.
One La. lies' N't- k Cbr.iu Charm.
One Ladies' Heavy O'uird chain lor Watch.
One set J'iTi and Ear Rns, Amethyst,
bin' extra line Miniature Locket.
( id." t'.il.n o Sea! Liu'-'.
One very heavy Woddie" cr I"nj.a'r":oe:it Li:;.
One Cetifs heavy Watch Chain .. i h Charm.
One pair pearl Inlaid Sleeve Luttons.
One Lake (;eor;:e Cluster Tin.
One pair (J.) heavy band Liacciets.
One Ladies' Opera O'.iard Chain.
One Ladies' Neck Chain a:.d Cross.
One iit-au. iia! Lockt t. (engraved;.
( ne l'air Hand ihae -lef. I
One tient's 'i wist l.in : Vest CIiaiM and Charm.
One pairOuvx Sceve llMttou.s.
One set :; 1 1 v x shirt siuds.
One new Improved Collar I'-ult.iii.
One extra eai t c.i.ieo Se.d l;ii:.
One Arton:'. Solitaire Stud.
One set Aia-tiiyst or Topaz Pin and Ear Drops.
One l.rti'k's' hemise l!.i;;.in.
One p!u.o Kin.-, sia.nped is K. .
Oi.e I.;u"i s' Open ha;si, v.iih aiul ta.-se,
(retail price r,. :.
Oae Cent's i.ej.vv Wiilell Cii.iill, with Curb
Charm, freiai! pi'iiv s."..e-'.).
One l adies' io'avy I'-mt Nccl; '!:n!:i.
Oneeletfaar t has- J Mi liat Lor-ket forjib.ive.
One set Cam -o Nie-1 :iion I'in an l E.ir Drops.
One pain.) In :,.y Chased Hand Liaeelets.
One Cent's Soiilaic" D'ramoi'd Stud.
One (J cut's CI us-1 er Diamomi I'in.
One p air Aniet liys or Onyx S!ec e Rut tons.
One set i'.il Stmls to match Tiie above.
Oae eleji.int- heavy set Cameo Seal IJisiy.
One Massive Patid or Weddinsi Ring.
One l'ew " p te, it" Collar i'.i.tton.
One Ladies' Chemise Rultoll.
One Amclhyst or Topaz Ein;i, (extra finish).
Th retail price vf the articles in each sample
lot amounts to exactly ten limes the price we
ask tor the Id ; for example, our . Lee lot retails
for !ii.ihi ; our r.ou lot for ."ro.tio.
iupr-Casc XVitScli free.
To anv one sendbr. us ;'.n order for the ii'invo
b ts by express to the amount of Sl.l.no we v. ill
send it K.K one Solid Romaii e cold ILmtinvt
C;is Wateii. tlenls" or Lndicr. size, warranted
to keep perfect time, and look Ciiually as well its
a s'tm.ao irold uatch. Rv mail postpaid
This is our tet !Ver"ti AMIKIS, and
worth a trial, as the witch atone win sell or
trade readily for from c'--'e.oo to '.".ie. Oeuts'or
Ladies' Watch alone, is; 7.1m orss.iH). v it h a heavy
leiu's Cold Pattern Vest chain and Charm, or
Ladv's Opera chain with Ui and tassel.
K tlK1I Hi; St : 11:1s oner oal hnlds pood
until January I, ls.s. Af'T that time we shall
sell only to Jobln-s and Wholesale dealers, and
any one wisiini oar yoods will then have to pay
full retail prices.
Lomaiue Hold is th best. and. in fact, the
only imitation of genuine told made, beinirthe
same in wctirht. color and linish. and till .r.r
(roods are m.nl? in tie latest cold patterns.
Will irnaraiitec .satisfaction in evety instance, or
SEND MONLY II Y P. O. MONEY OitDKR.
OR HKOIM'KRKD LE I'T !'!!. AT OUR LISK.
NOOOODSSKNTC. o. D. UNI KSS AT LEAST
$0.00 ACCOMPANIES THE ORDER.
W. F. Evans & Co,,
Sola Agt's U. S. and Canada.
97 & tK) South Clark St., CHICAGO, 111.
"The Family Favorite "
Wmi Mode! Machine.
No Ooara, lio Cams, To Springe.
SE iSD ELEuiST tlTLES CF UOODSOL
By tin expinition of I'atecta under which we he
been yin royalties, we rt etubled to bull our iL
' chiuefl at
Qrsatly Reduced PricGs4
ud Li low bJi tho3i3 cf any Ct-cla3 ioacbine.
SLKD FOIl CIRCULARS ASU PRICE LISTS.
WEZD SEWING- MACHINE GQ
2C3 V.ftbaih Avs., Chicajo, iiL
Is (ust low beinv;
oien .1. We have a full
Spring and Summer Dry Goorfe,
Hhadud an l Erwrii Domcatk-s,
Driif.saml Summer Dress Cools,
Ladies and Gents Hosiery
A full Stock of
l-- t i j j t i. .-r: v.j v-iv
The besS stock of Coffee ever brought to this
Cky ; i.oabted and Oreeii.
Canned Emits in grnt rari ti s.
Sugars & Syrups in all sized pat-huge
Foreign tfe Domestic
PURE SUGAR SYRUP
In five gallon kegs, at PI u miner's.
A few more ladies'. Mi-;ses', and chil
drens shoes to he closed out. n-e
itii.l examine before purchasing, and
cheaper than 'ever ; a;
other car load
NEW CANNED GOODS.
Corned beef, llostnn baked b '.ms,
orange inarin.-ihide. peiieh iii.inii::V.de,
blackberry jam, ami a variety, of ether
goods to make a mca I wi.hout buli ling
it lire these hot eveni:i:;s.
MOSQUITO NEl'TiN:! !
cheaper thtiii it was ever .Mild iu
The best gunpowder tea in America.
Salt by the car load or pound.
RLE AC RED Z- DROWN 21 US L INS
When they are wanted, do not forget
to call and see how much money you
can save by purchasing of
Our idea is tobuy for CASH andsell forCASH
to every one. and al such rates that both buyer
and seller can live.
Xow, we want to see till our old
friends back a;ain, an I we want all the
new ones we can net. We promise to
treat you well and send you home, hap
py, with a wagon load of goods bought
for very little money.
-set week 1 expect rr fill this column villi a
new ii,t of e.oods, just opened. Read the oilers
and come and look at the toods.ih.lt is all 1 iud;
7lJ ELI PLUMMER.
O TJ Eo
SOIHETHIWG NEW I
Mr. Solomon, of
the firm of Solomon
&; Nathan lias gone
east to purchase Fail
and Winter stock for
his Wholesale Store
at St. Joe, and will
also send forward a
large stock for lie
in this city.
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
"We will positively sell all Spring and
Summer goods at cost to make
room for new stock. AVe will
give below prices of some
of ' our goods at
Indian Ilea l brown Muslin, 1 yard
ide, 12 yards for .'?1.
Plints, 20 yards for 61.
Cottonades, lo els. iier yard.
Denim?, brown and lone, 12 yards
Grenadines from 10 cents a yard up
Vv'e will also sell the celebrated Hip
Gore Corset, fur 'ic apiece, for o0 days
Parasols from 15c
ins from 5 cents
Cuffs and Collars
from 25 cents a sett
Xull line of lawns.
Bishop, Victoria and
Swiss, from 10 cents
a yard, up.
Summer shirts, 50
S0L03I0N & NATHAN.
PiatUmouth, A u'iist 1-st, lSt7.
l s- '
n Z -i. 3
it. n '-. M
i 2 f-
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
OIT ULJK-TIST STBIEBT,
East of I'lalte Valley House.
In the Town.
Good 1'tams Always on Hand.
Careful Drivers sent vith cii
riages if desired.
Carriages sent lo Dejiot lo meet i.H ti..!as
v, lieitever ordered.
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
Funerals attended and curates furnished io
friends. Address, .1. V. MHANMiN,
J-ly I'lL.ttsmouth, Nell.
V. D. JONES'
NEW LIVEUY STA1JLE,
The obi PIONNEU STAPLES in Plattsmouih
Neb., have been leased h Dr. Jones, and ho
has opeiieu a new and handsome liverv in tins
well know n Pain. The linos! atid H-st of lioist s
and carriages always ready to let.
SADDLE' HORSES CHEAP.
Horses kept for Sale
or lo Trade.
IIOR.-jllS TltAINIII) AND 11K0KII.
I desire to trive notice that I have a larre,
hamlHome bt iek barn, il h plenty of room for
horses and wni'ous. I can put 'farmers stock
an I wagons, loads of jvain or eiiyl IiI'ik aM un
der cover, it I he dry. Reiiu nibe'r t his.
'1 hankimr all mv ol.' pattons for ilielr many
favors. 1 solicit iheir trade t his coining year,
satisfied I can accommodate them belter an. 1 do
better by Iheui titan ever belorc. ii-yi.
7 g-1-1'. "o 1.1 loe.s .toil ioi;;-
1 Oi.vJ S' tow ns. Only necessary to s!io
Z (samples to inaKe sides and mone. (01
M t t.17 1... ......... !.. ...:.. 1
TO faiiy one out of employment and dis
OOC 5IM,S,'(' v-'oik. Used" daily by all ba
ujO B-iness men. Scud stamp for circular,
fj t llll pi lees to tieel.ts. Addles,
S a I si'u.ciai. .. i:rv."
C I V ? Kendall RuildiiiK, t bieaj:o.
Subscribe for the Herald andjY". -Irasha
Earnn r; only !.'!.
new art icle to business men A . ill I !' i; ma.'
ni.'S.I -One LADY made m'Z'i O n; l.o to.:-'
wl.vln one week which shows what cm I
done il a party is energetic. Litsincss ec; y
li'inorable. Send Ma. up for circular civile' f, li
pal '. iculai s. Addl e
join ;i iieinlall' Itulldli:-.
il.eJ CII1CACO, 1 i.L.
J Oil X ::.H. I'jopiietor.
t3e: oe.:5 1:1:1.3 1 iii.i: iic: s::.
Good accommodations for pariiKi s
and tlie traveling ulilio. IIoiikI !?! p' r
day. Meals 2"c. Ilntirely refitted at:
re-furnished, and farmers an rcpie.t
ed to call and get o meals and bed -61.00.
Lounges, Tables, Eedstead:;
KTC, KTF., : i-..
Of All Des'-riptiohs.
METALLIC BURIAL CASE;
Of all sizes, ready made an Isold cheap for c.tsh.
With many I banks for pas t patronage. I in vit"
invite all to call anil examine my
LARC.E STOCK OK
lotf. FHtITI 5K AMI ('(IPFIXM.
TU.W 5Maf hews
In l'lattsmoulh, Xeb., on I'ouith SL. iibottt the
MIDDLK OK TRERLOCK,
oii will find :
Coin IMaritcis. (Ir.intl At lioix-j
md all kinds of I'arm Implements and
.Shelf I lard ware. Tin Ware, &C, tc.
Hungarian and llillct.
Seed for Sale
:j 1 1 1 1
(JE0. W. KINSICR,
IachiiiUt, A. ail old Maker uud Ititii-
ner of '1 In-eMhinf 1I.ic!:iiics.,
has Olieiied ai-boli on SiMli Stieet nc:ir Air Doii-
elly's Llacksniii h and Y aou Shop where tie has
luenareii nim-ell to d i an and all maf-lmie woi k
without exception, lie h'.is a Xo. 1 Lathe can
turn in wood. iron. Steele, and all other metal in
conned jon u it h machine u ni k. I Ie can do anv
thin reipiired In a ttunstiiith. even to niakir a
KUn.of which we have the evidence in a
bleach loader throw mz one two or Ihteo ball, al
once at will of the cuniiei.
Mr Ceo. W. Shr.i.ier a tanner near iUn k lei.il
an obi nequaintacce of Mr. Kin.-cr from irm
l.i can be refpred to in iiriid to his foiiuercoM-
( rieciiou with the tu.niuta : iu? of thresinn nn' -
j chines. ;jv; Mr. Kinder a c nl and will iiivi:
yoo satisf iciovy -voi k on any part ot a Tine h-
$ Ui oLielii..e, 'jl-U.
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