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J. A. MACMURPIIY Editor
PLATTSMOUTH, DEC. 13,1377.
QUE CLUB LIST YQll 18 IS.
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wish to rcuew, will alo get thou nincli more
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TIIK NEBRASKA IIKRALD
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bkaska ilEiiALD for one year, who
pays us two dollars, or to every old
subscriber who pays up past arrearages
and one year in advance wo will give
his or her choice of the following books :
The IIomk Puimz, a cook book
compiled from receipts contributed to
the Home Department of the Chicago
Tribune. It is a volume cf 1G0 pages,
and gives fully as much information
as do the SI. 50 and 82.00 cook books,
besides being the practicnl experiences
of practical housekeepers, or a work on
farming, one on small fruit raising, and
one on the care of horses, the names of
which will appear next week.
For every cash subscriber for 1S78,
who will send us one additional name,
or in other words for two "cash" names
we will send a copy of the Xf.braska
Farmeb for a year; or three "Domes
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from the catalogue by the subscriber.
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who wii: send us two additional cash
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Dr. E. li. Foote, entitled Plain Home
Talk axd Medical Common Sense, a
book of over 900 pages, containing
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or enlarged as many times as they may
wish. It is a most fascinating little
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can Agriculturist with their premium
a handsome microscope valued at 2.50.
For every live cash name3 we Will
give a set of .silver plated fores,
which retail at four or five dollars per
For every ten cash names we will
give one of 15arnes' Foot Power
Scroll Saws, which retail at fifteen
dollars. These saw will do any kind,
of ornamental work in wood, shells
metal, bone or ivory, such as brackets,
frames, work boxes, wall-pockets, cor
For every fifteen cash names we will
give a knitting machine valued
at twenty dollars.
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give a new sewing machine valued at
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whichever he may choose.
Subscribers who take the Nebraska
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paper or magazine can have the single
premium by payment of twenty fivo
cents in addition to the rates given in
our clubbing prospectus.
Congress adjourns on Saturday the
15th for four weeks.
Eusti3 was admitted as senator from
Louisiana on Tuesday last.
The battle seemes to be at present
against the Turks. Plevna was re
captured, and Sulliman Pa3ha bully
wounded. "Where" oh whore! is John
The Editor of the Omaha Eepubli
can had better go right over to the Her
ald ofSce and put his face down on the
floor and let Doc. Miller stand on him.
Perhaps he would accept that apolo
gy. Evidently Mr Buckingham made
a mistake in dying just now.
There will be, a grand wedding
darae Rumour, says down on the
"Weeping Water to day. Even as we
go to Tress Robt. Maxwell Esq'r is
about to wed Miss Annie May, a neice
of Mr. and Mrs. Tewksberry. Such
goin's on and the Herald gettin' older
and older every day. Oh my !.
Thet Tiad a tin wedding in the Her
ald's family the othci day, and the edi
to.r V3, a w'it.h3 now. Dut reallv
who 1 blow it. We wish them much
joy though, :i3 'artily as though they
ad a dozen little Vis, and all full of
brains. Chronicle. '
You might loan us a little "'Ed" now.
to pay for our Rooster you gobbled
Tim Chronicle is much more severe
on Mr. Commissioner Ramsey whom
it claims as a friend than we are. It.
denies that he ever did or could Edit
the Chronicle; thats rough. We meant
to help him out m a friendly way too
for if he can't even Edit a newspaper,
what can he do. He isn'st rnuch of a
commissioner and is out of practice
On what weather overhead If a fel
low was only travelling that way now
vvhafe elegant roads he would have.
Owing to a number of Legal notices
coming in late, wo are obliged to omit
several Editorial articles and other lo
cal matter we had intend to publish.
Head the Herald premiums,
Head the Herald Club List,
Select the premium you want,
Chooso the paper you will
Come right up to the Herald OiTice,
Pay us the chink, and get yourdud3.
The Herald brags about its army
advertisements. The truth is ths Dee
declined to publish them at the beggar
ly rates' now paid under a recent ruling
of the Attorney General. Of course
the Herald is welcome to such crumbs
from the federal crib. Dee.
Correct; The democrats being usually
20 years behind the times can afford
to do government printing at rates es
tablished 20 years ago.
Ilespet'ting the Djctor.
The Omaha Herald won't exchange
with us because its editor says we
don't show him proper respect. Xow
that is a mistake. We have the high
est respect for you, doctor. From our
earliest childhood we were taught to
respect old age, physical infirmity and
mental weakness. Kearney Press.
That beats us; The Prts3 ought to
'apologise next week.
The two Ladies Mrs Losee and Mrs.
Langdon, who have been holding ser
vices here, will lecture this evening on
Temperance. And Mrs. L. says the
invitation is very broad. They want
all who use Alchoholic drinks, tobac
co smoke or chew or other stimu
lants to attend. That's right, Sisters;
go for the Tobbacco stained chops, and
those leather lined tea drinkers. They
Speaking of Plattsmouth tho Bee
correspondent says :
Here in this burgh roams the calm,
serene McMurphy of the Plattsmouth
"Herald" in search of mental food with
which to feed hi3 patrons. Tho "Her
ald" is ably edited, and is well supprt
cd. Here McDonagh of the Watchman
still lives, and pursues his grammati
Somebody must have been posting
This i3 the way the Earthquake
served a man's farm up country; so
says the Ponca Journal :
John II. Armstrong, of South Creek,
states that the earthquake broke and
tore up a large portion of his farm.
Level ground was chawed into ravines,
ravines were filled up, and dry land
was transformed into mud, with pools
of water, unfathomable, incomprehen
sible, and by reason of their sulphur
ous smell, diabolical and abominable.
Verily this is getting to be a wonder
J. L. IIutgtiins, living near Weep
ing Water has been making cheese,
now, for some years, commencing, in
'70. He milks 45 cows, and finds no
difficulty in selling the cheese.
It averages 11 cents a pound at Xeb.
City (That is as good as they do in Wis
consin on land, that cost SCO $to 70 pr
acre-Ed, At first they would not
touch Nebraska cheese, but now, he has
no difficulty in selling his cheese. He
speaks very encouragingly of the cheese
prospect in thi3 state. There is an
other cheese factory about to be start
ed a short distance from him of which
our friend S. A. Beardsley will have
charge. We're a waking up, boys.
The West Foint Progress reports
gratifying progress on the great man
ufacturing enterprises of the Elkhorn
metropolis. The stream is now com
pletely and permanently dammed ! Re
publican, We are glad to know and rejoice at
West Point's success and think more
towns ought to follow her example in
building up manufacturing Interests;
DuS the Republican is rather late ,in
saying that it is just now, completely
and permanently damned. This Edi
tor in company - with other old Xe
braskans remembers striking the said
Elkhorn, one dark night, many years
ago, before the days of bridges, when
the water wa3 10 foot high; supper,
friends and fire were on the other side
and caught but a swim could bring us
there. We certainly thought the Elk
horn was at that time completely aud
permanently damned, or stream never
We receive the folio wing from Mr
Jthoden, of thi3 county, in regard to his
Hall of Corrinne Lodge Xo. 5,
A F & A M.
Conine Utah Dec 8 th 1877.
Whereas it has pleased tho Grand
Architect of the Universe to remove
from our Lodge to the Grand Lo Iga
on high, our worthy and esteemed
brother Alexander llhoden, therefore;
De it Resolved, that Corrine Lodge
Xo 5, A F & A M has by this sad dis
pensation of Providence lost one of its
cherished and active members, his aged
parents a loving and dutiful son, socie
ty an ornament, and the community a
useful and promising member.
That as a Lodge we mourn tho loss
of one whose place cannot be easily
That the members wear the usual
badge of mourning for thirty days.
That a copy of these resolutions bo
forwarded to the relatives of our de
ceased brother aud a copy furnished to
tho Salt Lake Daily Tribune for pub
lication, all of which is fraternally
E. P. Johnson, )
For several davs two Ladies
from Xew York Mrs. Lcsee and Mrs
Langdon have been lecturing and la
boring in Missionary work in this town
principally afternoons and evenings at
the M. E. church. Tuesday Evening
they give a talk to the little folks. Mrs
Langdon talks and tells stories and
Mrs. Losee asks questions and makes
comments to bring out more clearly
the intent and meaning of the other
lady's remarks. Then Mrs. Losee sings
and says a few words. It appears fiom
a book published by herself, and vari
ous newspaper notices we have observ
ed that Mrs Losee has been a Mission
ary for years in Xew York aiding in re
claiming the Xews boys Doot blacks aryi
others of the street classes from vice
and pauperism. Finally showing so
much tact in this work she has been
requested to go to Salt Lake and try
her hand (or her tongue) on the Mor
Little children, mostly, havo paid
and are paying her way there. It costs
about 5 cents per mile and little Sun
day School boys and girls send her one
mile, two miles and so on. She stops
here on the way only by special-invi-
Itation, will go from hero to Lincoln,
thence to Denver, and perhaps stop at
other points on the way. Doth ladies
have a very happy faculty of interest
ing both children and grown people,
and while we have but little faith in
their converting any Mormons, they
can do much good in other places and
among the Gentile population out there
One cf Nebraska's Fine Horses.
From the Spirit of the Turf.
Col. Geo. W. E. Dorsey of Fremont,
Xeb., has purchased of Whipple Bros.,
Lagerstown, Penn., the Hambletonian
stallion, "Saturn," or "Whipple's Vol
unteer." Saturn is a dark chestnut,
sixteen hands high, one white stocking
behind, and weighs in ordinary flesh
eleven hundred pounds. He is very
compactly built, good shoulders, splen
did quarters, very heavily muscled,
good substantial legs and feet, with
neck and head a3 fine as a thorough
bred. Saturn was foaled in May, 1S70, and
is very richly bred, being sired by Sat
ellite," he by Robert Bonner, and he
by Rysdyk's Hambletonian, &c. One
ta, Saturn's dam, was sired by "Volun
teer," he by Rysdyk's Hambletonian,
&c. Saturn has had very little train
ing, was handled during the past sum
mer only, and kept in stud at same
serving between 40 and 50 mares. He
has never been in a race, but in pri
vate trials lias repeatedly trotted quar
ters in 35 seconds, and a mile in 2:30.
Good judges consider him a very prom
ising horse, and claim that with prop
er handling he will show next season
closo to 2:20. Saturn goes lo the stock
farm of Col. D., and will be used in
the stud until June or July, of 1878.
He will then be placed in tho hand3 of
a first class trainer for further devel
opment, and if what his friends claim
be true, we predict he will in time, es
tablish reputation second o no horse
in the Xorthwest. We congratulate
the lovers of fiuo horses in Nebraska,
that such a horse has been brought in
to their Stato, and wish the horse and
his owner success and prosperity. Col.
D. also purchased of some parties, a
bay filly, foaled in 1876, sired by Sat
urn, dam Georgianaby Royal Revenge,
dam of Georgiana, a thoroughbred.
Tho prico paid for Saturn and filly was
Editor Herald: I see a corres
pondent of the Xew York Times gives
some facts and figures tuching th fi
nancial condition of that city, which
are anything but assuring of future
prosperity. He says "that in 1S53 with
a population of C20,574 the city debt
was fifteen million dollars and in 1875
with a population of 1,036,837 the debt
was $116,773,024 While at this time
with no appreciable increase of people
the indebtedness is $132,090,932. the
total tax went up from 09,740,362, in
1800 to 31.10S.533, in 1876 tho rate of
tax per capita, advanced from 63 99
cents in 1876 to 311 30 ceut3 in 1875."
Comparing the taxation of Xew York
with that of other cities it is found
that while the rate there is S2 65 cents
per S 100.00, in Boston it is 31 27 cents.
The owner of $30,000 worth of proper
ty in Philadelphia would ba liable to
pay 3150 or 3 mill3 on the dollar, in
Xew York he would pay 31,430. While
tho population of Xew York has in
creased ten per cent, the debt has in
creased 325 per cent.
Xow Mr. Editor we cannot make any
comparison in population, of this place
and those cities but we can beat them
to death with taxes: You are aware if
a man ha3 $50,000 property assessed to
him in this place his tax would be at
55 mills as last year, making his tax
$2,750.00, more than eighteen times as
much as Philadelphia and almost twice
as much at Xew York and for this
year it would be: Boston $435.00, Phil
adelphia $150.00, Xew York $1,470,
and in the village of Plattsmouth it
would be 2,250.00. In Xew York if a
man has a little money he can put it
out at interest and afford to pay tax on
it. But here he cannot but will buy
U.S. Bonds or anything to get out of
paying taxes on it a3 he cannot afford
to do so. Respectfully,
E. G. Dovet.
If Mr.Dovey will throw his influ
ence towards electiug a Legislature
that will sco to it that all property is
taxed alike and at what it is worth,
we will agree with him and allow him
to stato all the facts ho can gather
bearing on that subject. Unless this
is done the present statement is un
just to Plattsmouth inasmuch as no
idea is given of the valuation of prop
erty. The only cure for this taxation
business, is to strike at the root of the
matter and tax everything, money and
all, at its true value on this condi
tion and because it helps to elucidate
the folly oX our preent system of as
sesament wo allow the above article
THE FRENCH 3HN13TRY RESIGN.
What ex-Gov Hendricks lias to say.
rinchback resigns the Senatorsliip.
The Pope's Condition.
London, December C, A Russian
official dispatch admits the capture of
Elna, and says Prince Mirsky, being
attacked by 20,000 or 30,000 Turks,
"was compelled, after a stubborn resist
ance and heavy loss, to fall back, first
from Mahren to Elna, and then from
Elna, to a fortified position at Jako
witz, at the head of Mountain George.
Paf.is, December 6. The French
ministery tendered their resignations
at this morning's council, and Presi
dent McMahon has accepted them.
Washington,' December 6. Mr
Blaine has relinquished the chairman
ship of the civil service and retrench
ment committee in favor of Teller and
taken the chairmanship of the com
mittee on rules.
The president and the following nom
inations to the senate; Envoy extraor
dinary and minister plenipotentiary to
Brazil, Henry W. Ililliard, of Georgia;
Consul generals John Q. Smith, of
Ohio, at Montreal ; Alfred E. Lee of
Ohio, at Frankfort; Consuls Julius
Stahel, of Xew York, at Osaka and
Hidga; T. J. Machrin, jr., of Ohio, at
Xassau; secretary of the United States
legation at Spain, Dwight Reed, of
Xew York, all duplicates of those sent
in the extra session,
iNDiANAroLis, December 7. The
daily Xews to-day has an interview
with ex-Governor Hendricks in refer
ence to the report that Mr Tilden took
the oath of office last year and would
soon begin a contest for the presidency.
Mr. Hendricks says ; I know nothing
whatever about these statements. Of
course I cannot know Tilden's actions,
what he ha3 been doing or what he in
tends to do. So far as I am concerned,
Mr. Wheelei has been sworn into the
office of vice president, and ho will stay
there for four years. When he was
sworn in that ended it.
Bucharest, December 7. A Rus
sian statement i3 published here which
says: It is better to continue the war
than to conclude a patched up peace
which will sooner or later make an
other war necessary. Russia must ob
tain autonomy for the Christian popu
lation, independence for Roumaniaand
Servia, increase of V?rritory for Mon
tenegro, and for Russian possession of
Batoum and Kars and free navigation
of the Dardanelles.
Xew York. December 8. Arrests
continue of proprietors of saloons and
bar tenders for selling liquor in viola
tion of the law, and tho excitement is
unabated. At the excise board rooms
to-day the police kept iu order two lot g
lines of applicants for licenses, among
them a number of women, and the com
missioners were busy signing licenses
for those whose applications and bonds
had been approved.
EX GOV. riNCIIEACK:
of Louisiana, has addressed an open
letter to Gov. Xicholas, resigning his
place a3 United States senator from
St. Petersburg, December 8. It is
officially announced tho Russian loss
between Xovember 10th and 17th was
was 3,153 men. Total loss sines com
mencement of the war, 74,858 men.
Constantinople, December 8. The
government has impressed street car
horses for the aimy.
A dispatch from Rome says the pope
experiences temporary relief, especial
ly in the morning, but every attempt
he makes to assume a sitting po3turo
produces a relapse.
Bucharest, Monday December 10
Afier a severe engagement yesterday
before Plevna, Osman Pasha, who wa
wounded, surrendered unconditicnallys
Turks iri Plevna were dying of hunrer
and cold. There is great joy here. Du
charest is covered with flags.
Bucharest, December 10. Plevna
is now in the hands of the Russo-Rou-manian
armies. The Agence Russe.
make3 the following announcements:
Osman Pisha attempted to break
through in the direction of Widden.
He was attacked in front and rear any
was compelled to lay down his armd
after a glorious -struggle in which he
was seriously wounded. All with one
voice praise his conduct.
KETOaTEU JS F. E. WHITE.
Wheat. Xo. 2 SO
". . " 3 7rvT'.75
Corn, nhell;d 05 22
Corn, ear 15
Oats - 13
Darley, JCo. 2 . .... 1320
" rejected ". is
latest sew yoek markets
New ohk, Dec. 12.
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Chicago, Dec. 12.
Flour, 4 7.W5JS 75
Wheat 1 Oeft! 09
Rve . NTs
Native Cattle 4 75ffl5 00
Texas Cattle 2 ftA 00
Hogs 3 WK(i4 00
MOXEI TO LOAN.
To loan on Improved firms in Cass ountv, at
low rate of interest. Applications solicited,
llatlsmouth, March 1S77. J N. WISE.
SASH, DOORS, AXX
GOOD GOODS, - IX) A V PRICES.
GUSTORF & CO., Ciiicap.
Mills at 25 3, 257 A 259 Twentieth St.
Of Ten Years' Duration. Tho Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Wholly Gone. Entirely
SAfiFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Messrs. Weeks & Potter: Gentlemen I feel com
pelled to tcknowlL-dKe to you tlie Brent benefit
BakFOKd's Radical cfii lias been to me. For
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disease, end especially In the winter time bas It
been most severe. The discharge has been thick
and bloodv, emitting a foul odor so bad that my
Kresence in a room with others was very offensive
them. One week after commencing the usa ol
Bakfoko's RadioaI. Ci'BS I ws not troubled wlU
U at aU. Mvse iiaea of tnto and emoll, which vers
tphollu frone, have now fully returned, and my gen.
aral Health Is inuch improved. Yours,
&ELiiOt7R?TE H. FORTJ.
C baits Bapxds, Hi co. Nor. 3. 137S.
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I have tried Nasal Douches und everything elso. and
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can refer any one you choose to mc, and I will
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Bi remedy baa been to me. YTnrs.
MELBOU1SNB XL TOSD.
Gsa2to Rapid s, Mica., any. is, 1S7G.
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containing i-Wpof. lM-autilu!iy ItiuRlmtcd. for 7 ct.
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A. YEAR. Arnts wanted. Ensl-
ss Ieg1tlra.it?. rartlrularsfroe.
r t? JiJ AddruW WORTa k, CO.. St LcuU. 11a.
Ufi OaT: Mart Mn HalrftaSiolVJeiy ani9ftlll
i n. Carltim.
m v m
iS7 Voabinetoii St., Chiees IIL
A I PREI"3I WATCH AXT CFJAIJf
j"U"s.iitIroa. u.li. Gay lord &CO. Chicftso, 1U.
GOLD PI.ATEDWATOHES. Chepr
in the kumn v.cr-M. Sampik Watch Fi:t to Awrs.
AdouXa-s, A. COL'iVTKK tt CO- CuiCAtto, lu.
'lM Kn.t Vvhin
iton M. hv.iiffst
' 111, for Ilia -.. J
au i'MAsM oi a f rlvate nature, rwirttf-is from riy abRmt
or IntW-tlon of :ttiT SrT. SeiEfnul Wcakm-Mprodiu-inf
Fmlajtlon, IsOM of Memory. Jmpnirt-d Mrht, I-okI
.lUnnhwod or impotcriry, Servoun lability. nn-r-iiUy
curvd ; fiJ-iMM of tn liIutnVt Kidney a, Liver.
aisiT. Astlmii, Catarrh. I "1 !?, m l l lironir Iri-rmm, and JHS
EfE OF FEMALKS, yield to his trvatnwnt. Dr. Otin
hat had lift-long exerts:. ice, bii1 rum whm othm fail. Ha
ba ralaal9 of tlie If rm.xi S- liool, us no merx-urr. has tha
larcwt prm-Uf in the U.S. L.AIiKH reauiriiic trwurmnt with
private home and board, mil write. tOvery ronwRiritni for
fMKtienu. Send fifty cent frr lample of Rubber floods and rtr
rnlnr of Important informition by exf-reas. aIi. OLIO'S
Female Pill, $5 per Rot. Coni;Hst:o free.
MAEEIAGB GUIDE CS
younand middle turi of both Sexes on all duaM of a prfvata
oaurni. ai ua.bL advLv tn the mimel and throe rontettplann
marrava. How tt be hemhbv and truly hnDy in the married rela
tion. Everybody thou Id gt tltit book. 1tUm 60 oenU, lo auy adr
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
and la fact everything you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND FURS.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for goods. 3lyL
V ft a B it s nV d A book lor p
A fall line of
G ROC ERIE S
A Splendid Display of Black
Cashmeres and Alpaca
ALSO A GREAT VARIETY OF
STYLES OF CHEAP DRESS
A Large Stock of Flannels, Jeans,
Yarns, and Blankets, of all
ING. GREAT VARIETY
A good soft coal stove large size,
for sale at Plummer's. '
"Winter Apples at Plummer's.
New and fresh stock of buck mit
tens and glove3.
A pood stock of "Winter Apples at
-: O :
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
NOTIONS, TRIMMINGS AND
FANCY GOODS EVER
BROUGHT WEST OF
All to he found at
OLD STAND on Main Street, Plat ts
niouth, opposite the Saunder's
JEWELRY and NOTIONS.
I have a large stock ol!
of my own make, to he closed out at Al
taken in exchange for .
S3 s .
Main Street, Corner of Fifth,
Plattsmouth. - - Neb
Wagon, Buggy, MacJdne ami Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of" repairing
of farm and oilier niachim-ry, as tiu rc
is a good lathe ia my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon .shop.
He Is well known as a
.NO. 1 WOKKMAN.
Xew Wagons itnd iStigieA made to
'Shop on Sixth street, opposite Streight's St.itlc
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THE MLKUA X III
And New Illustrated Catalogue, with
Our Imperial Caskrt ontnln. one pair of I.iuTj'h TirufWu. nnc iU;3-.n N'prk Cbatn ani I-or.;ct nn nj
orstiKN.oue pair of sleeve Bunons. one I r-t Kar-nnr' nd I'ln i.one i.inir.uix' c.icri ci rnem
Rhip" I'.ln, on i'luln R:nij. cue etnoswl Coll.ir liattm;; a:l of wh'rh r? tlir fi.T-t ir!.I-piiP, vrrrrnri
t-d tw.land th test nf .olid eiid, Inr1 fxncUy m rfpri-M-riir 1 t.v f .io tur.v mjM in liii-; am. t n.t-ineii
On rroript of Ore UoMnr w. will s"d tl.i trancl nrrnv i,f plfiraiit Jt-wi 'rv. ti i-nro y j-ai-ki in a leai
Having one of ihe Imperial ( 'asIcpui in mir ncj,;,nii. we nui.! sav. 1-..T. u l.:le flic r-Titric. aro Tit
pollil l?ol1. tiiey are lietuitiful Imr.ntidiiS and rer- pr.
wia in me city jewelry atore."r.prrii! iiwban. r t. 4.
"An bonnrnble liouse. entltlPd to Ihe con!il nee of ti:-'r wn'rrni .' Tn:'"!? C:rir-n.w W'r I'l.r.
"We endorse the hith r':-r of reectaliiiitv attacli.- i in '.l,e ,n 1 1 1: y ." K:. 1:it..s tn.ord
To iwnre our patron3 of oir re'-pnurit-iltry. vv r n, any reici-ife biiiiei hru..e in CJni iuuati, aii
by prmisHiun to Uie commtrciai afc-eacy of J k,Kh I,r"l t-." i !' oriltrf, (
STEINAU JEWELRY C0MPAX1', Xo. 5 Arcade, CINCINNATI, C
Real Estate and Loan Office,
LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
U. S. PATENTS TO LAND
Tltlem Examined nnd Perfected.
It is a duty every man owes to hlme:f and to
those interested with hiia to know tli comll
dition of the title to his property, it is a fart
well known to the legal profer,slon, nid to real
estate dealers, that thousands of the imirin-ol
and unimproved farms of this western country,
have imperfect titles; much expense and lili
(intion caa be .saved by having yonrtitli exam
ined ar.d perfected, at ouee, and before proper
ty reaches eastern fl ;uies in value, when quci
tfonahle titles become more difficult to remedy.
All persons claiming title to land should ob
tain the I'nittd States I'atent and have it re
corded, the hunl title from the Government Is
vested In the individual through tho patent
and title i not perfect until the Talent in Issu
ed and recorded, and astern enjiitaUx! will not
loan money on such security unless it i" done.
As a matter ol business convenience, I havo
connected this department with my Law Prac
tice, and have placed m charge of It W.S. Wise,
who will, under my super ision, attend to all
matters appertaining thereunto.
A ten year's residence in tho State and Coun
ty, with constant business experience, ;md rela
tions with its inhabitants, has thoroughly qual
ified me for transacting business of the aboo
mentioned character w ith facility.
11. li. WINDHAM, Att'y. at Law.
AV. S. Wish, Notary I'liblia. aoyi
LENHOFF d BONNS,
Morning Dew Saloon !
One door ea.t of the Saunders House. Wo
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
3Jm9 Constantly on Hand.
The new style contains the matter of
Hints to the Childless:
upon Development, ueaan, social i op
Price Is within tho reach of all.
you can have a complete knowle.lgo
at less than his consultation fee.
on the right track.
your purse" is to send at once for a
S18."i0 by purchasing with only SI. 39
is worth 820.
In getting four subscriptions, and will
subscriber and yourself included a
table of this book sent rree. Address
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