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PEATTSMOUTN. JAN. 24. 1378.
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l.n. In this way yet ran get two papers or
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.mother year to come forward now. The first of
the year is a pood time to commence subscrip
tions to all paper", and we ran only get these
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is!i to renew, will alo net th.im miuli mote
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ijra.sk a Herald for one year, who
pavs us two dollars, or to every old
subscriber who pays up past arrearages
and one year in advance we will give
his or her choice of the following books :
The Home (Iuide, a cook book
compiled from receipts contributed to
the Home Department of the Chicago
Tribune. It is a volume cf 1C0 pages.
and gives fully as much information
aa do the 81. 0 .tad S'2.00 cook books.
besides being the practical experience
of practical honstktfijrs : or a work on
farming, entitled JJrackettt s l arm
Talk; or, a treatise on fruit raising,
Elliott's Hand Hook for Priit
Growers; or, a book for horsemen,
IIcClukk'-s American Gentleman's
" For every cash subscriber for 1878,
who will send us one additional name,
or in other words for two "cash" names
we will send a copy of the Nebraska
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For every cash subscriber for 1373,
who will send us two additional cash
names, or in other words, for three cash
names we wilt give a medical work by
Dr. E. 15. Foote, entitled Plain Home
Talk and Medical Common Sense, a
book of over 900 pages, containing
most excellent advice on hygienic sub
jects; or a Smitiiogeapii. with com
plete outfit. The Smithograph is.
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or enlarged as many times as they may
wish. It is a most fascinating little
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a handsome microscope valued at 2."30.
For every live cash names we will
give a set of silver tlated forks,
which retail at four or five dollars per
For every ten cash names we will
give one of li .mines Foot Power
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dollars. These saws will do any kind,
of ornamental work-in wood, shells
metal, bone or ivory, such as brackets,
frames, work boxes, wall-pockets, cor
nices, For every fifteen cash names we will
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whichever he miy choose.
Subscribers who take the Nebraska
Herald at club rates w ith some other
paper or magazine can have the single
premium by payment or twentymo
cents in addition to the rates given in
our clubbing prospectus.
The Inter Ocean takes notice of our
Hditorial Association meeting, we see.
"We learn from the telegraphic news
that the F.ev. Mr Hart, formerly of
this place died in Utah at American
Fork last week.
Have you got your red ribbon?
Yes! we pretty much all do it round
Mr. It is ley of tha Enterprise; and
Mr. H. C. Ayers, of the Lincoln Regis
ter, were admitted members of the
Nebraska Press Association at Lincoln.
Hon. E. li. Washburn, of 111, Lec
tures at Omaha on the 5th of Feb. and
at Lincoln on the Oth. lie is a fine
speaker, well versed in public life, and
well worth going some distance to
The Commission to revise the Laws
of the State, failed to revise in time
and the Supreme Court have decided
that their mission is ended with 1S77.
Meanwhile the State is out some mon
ey and no work reported finished Re
form is ca'.led for.
As will bo observed we have lately
advertised several kinds of new
wheat, rye and other grains for sale
by parties in different states; we do
this to place the fact before our farm
ers, but want it distinctly understood
that we do not recommend, or guar
abt e these grains. Any perscn send
ing for them must . experiment for
themselves and beware of swindlers.
A Eohi:miax came out of a Crete
Bank with a crisp, new 8 JO bill, which
a Nebraska zephyr snatched and hid
ia the f;ir oil prairie grass. That lio
hemiau id now shunting fur the dollar
of his dads one that can't be blown
away bv a whiff of wind.
The State Fair was finally located
at Lincoln, for 1878, after a severe
round with Perky, of Wahoo, who
w.-u bound to move the State Fair
there. 15y the way that town ought
to be called "Fcrkey" he is the hardest
worker and biggest force there.
The saloon-keepers of Puck and
Perks Counties in England, banded
under the name of "Licensed Victual
ed rs." have declared that, "in all lawftl
ways," tliev "will encourage temper
ance and sobriety." (Jood boys! In
Wi; have received a very fair spec)
men of brown wrapping paper f roni
the West Point Paper Mills, (Cuming
Co). Hurrah for Neb. home manufac
tures, buy vour wrapping paper at
home, merchants and business men.
Michael thinks the Grammar of
"RoseyV Attorneys is defective, and
hopes the children won't pattern after
their sfvle, &c. Send 'em down to
Plattsmouth t) Dr. McDonagh to re
vise, he'll fix the grammar up for you
1 he following committee was ap
pointed by the chairman of tli3 State
lioard of Agriculture to select products
of the State to be exhibited at the
Paris exposition: G. W. E.Dorscv, Rice
Eaton, Mr. Drake, of Crete. D. II
Wheeler, C. II. Walker, Howard Ken
nedy, T. 11. Leavitt, Wm. Adair, Dako
ta, Rev. Mr. Hood, Columbus.
We have received from D. II. Wheel
er, Sect'y State 13 J Agriculture, the
speech of Mr. Rodney Welch at the last
State Fair, entitled, "How the West
moves on". We are obliged to Mr.Wheel
er, all the same, but we do not .agree
with much of Mr. W's speech except
that the west ha3 most decidedly
The organization of a fine Stock
Breeder's Association was perfected
last week. C. W. Lyman, of Eeatrice,
president and J. C. McIJride, of the
Nebraska Farmer, secretary. It has
five departments and a Vice President
for each, viz: Stocking, for sheep
Daniels, for cattle; Ilollingshead, for
horse3 ; Charley Walker, for swine ; and
one for poultry. It was well attendci
and a success every way.
IIov. Jo. McDowell, Register of
the U. S. Land office at Lincoln, in
formed us the other day that there
was considerable land in this district
and some in Cass County, to w hich the
title was imperfect on account of
fraudulent assignment of the oiiginal
Land-Warrant with which it was en
tered. Some of these lands have pass
ed into third hands and the matter
should be looked after at once bv the
owners. He mention this in addition
to the matter of patents not btingcall
ed for, w hich we spoke of in our issue
of this paper not long since.
You never can attain tlie full stat
ments of journalistic eiKerprso, Mr.
Tribune, until you enter the lists as
defendant in a libel suit. We've had
'em two of 'em. The "party of the
first part" in one of them was at last
accounts in jail at Cheyenne his
name is Don Juan McCann, a govern
ment contractor of considerable "note"
The other complainant is or has gradu
ated, from the State lunatic asylum..
Wo hope our neighbor will have equal-,
ly good success in disposing of trouble
some claimants for "damages to char
acter." We are one in resist ing these
encroachments on the profession but
then you did use Rosey rough. Fre
The Wool-Grower's Association of
Neb., met at Lincoln on the l""th. Pies
Foss in the chair, MacMurphy Secty.
The minutes of preliminary meetings
read and approved.
An election of permanent officers
was held resulting as follows:
Moses Stocking, P. c-sident.
S. R. Foss, Vice President.
J. C. McRride, Secretary.
J. R. Ritchie, Treasurer.
Roard of Directers, H. E. Allen, S.
Long and John A. MacMurphy.
A resolution on tariff was offered by
Mr. Ritchie, it was strong protective
and called on our Senaters and Repre
sentatives in Congress to support and
foster the Western Woolen interests.
A committee on Manufactures,
(Woolen Mills) was appointed consist
ing of Messrs M. Stocking, chairman;
Cu.ver and Leavett. Adjourned to
meet at State Fair.
As the 1.1W3 of the state require that
our tciicher3 le examined in Physiolo
gy, it has no doubt put a great many
of them to a private test of their abili
ty in that direction. "While the exam
ination in this branch is a very good
test of ones knowledge of Ilsgiene,
there are but two questions in the
third grade card pertaining directly to
riiysiology. Xow there is a point
which has given me some vexation,
upon which my work cn Physiology is
not very plain. "Will some of the fel
low teachers be so kind as to answer
some questions through the columns
of the Herald.
1st After the nutritious part of the
food is separated by the Lacteals, and
conducted to the Thoracic ducts how
is it carried to the heart: or through
what organs does it pass till it u thrown
from the heart into tho Arterial sys
tem. 2nd Trace a mouthful of food through
the system: I ask thesa questions not
because I think they are so difficult,
but for information which my library
does noL contain.
A Teach tu.
The b. Press Association Meeting.
We think the meeting of the News
paper men at Lincoln last week was
ery beneficial to the business interests
of those engaged in publishing. We
eel that it was a great success, that
we Lave luxen a sici iorwaiu in uic
ight direction, and if we only contin
ue and stand together we can make the
business pay and worth while thy at
tention and devotion of some of our
very best men instead of entailing as
it does now the hardest work for
the poorest pay proportionally, and the
least income for the same amount of
investment of any other business in
the state. We can control our own
business and get fair rates for adver
tising if we choose. We can remedy
some home matters too. and teach the
world fiat evii a county newspaper
has rights which public men and poli
ticians are bound to respect. We only
wish every member of the Association
had been present tit our meeting and
could have heard the letters of Gen.
McIJride aid the comments and expe
rience of the older and more experi
enced men on business matters. We
had a fair turn out but every member
would have been pleased and instruct
ed we know. We have now two live
ac tive committees at work to report
as soon as feasible and you will all
hear from them. As for ourself we do
not know that we merit the enconium
of the Adams Co Gazette which says:
The officers elect are thorough men
ami we look for big strides towards
advancing the journalistic profession
in Nebraska during their term of of
fice. Another meeting will be held in
M y if success crowns the efforts of
our worthy president and the Commit
tees. Rut we do know that we have the
welfare of the Press of thestate at heart
and that we expect to devote, time and
care and personal attention to this
business this year; and shall spare no
no pains to help carry forward the meas
ures out lined at our last Meeting.
The following pleasant letters came
to hand about our Press Association
matters. We take the liberty of pub
Geneva, Neb, Jan 11, 1873.
J. O. McIJiUDE,
Prest. Ed. Assoc'n Lincoln.
Dear Sir: On account of sickness
in my family, am prevented from at
tending the present Association never
theless, am with it in spirit inasnuuh
as it now assumes to be chiefly an in
stitution of Editors
I wish to keen good my membership
and will remit dues as soon as notified
of the amount. If a report of present
proceedings is published I hope to re
ceive a copy. Am with the association
in all efforts to better the interests of
M. M. Neeves.
Fillmore Co., Review.
Hebron, Neb., January 12th, 1878.
J, A. MacMurphy,
Sec. Nebraska S:ate Ed. Assoc'n.
Dear. Sir: I deeply request my ina
bility to attend the present meeting of
the Nebraska State Editorial Associa
tion, but I beg to assure you of my
hearty co-operation in such masuies
as your assembled wisdom and experi
ence may dictate for the benefit of
those who belong to tlie noblest, but
poorest paid profession.
Very truly yours,
Erasmus M. Correll.
A Card From the Att'y General of Iowa.
In regard to Mr. Glasgow's book
"Footprints of Time," the Attor
ney General of low a says the follow
To irlxom it may concern: I have ex
amined partially "Footprints of Time"
a work now being canvassed for by S.
R. Glasgow Esq. From the examina
tion which I have made I am well sat
isfied as to the merits of the book. I
know of no one volume, from which
more general valuable information can
January 11, 1878.
J. F. McJunkin.
Editoi: IIkkai.d: I understand I
am being abused by J,iquor Sellers of
the city for supporting the Citizen's pe
tition for raising the Saloon .License
from c? 1 00 to !i?-00. They charge me
with once selling liquor niyscdf, to that
charge 1 plead guilty, I did" sell liquors;
but what store in town didn't sell it at
that time, lootle iv Hanna sold it,
but when they sold out to Clark Jc
Plummer I believe the liquor business
stopped right there; Staude & Ander
son sold it, they sold out to Vallery A
"uffner; how long V. & It. sold it 1
don't know. Amison and myself sold
it and when I bought Amison out
we had a stock on hand and I sold it
out as best I could. Xow, was there
anything wrong in me welling liquors,
if so there certainly could not be in
quilting it. IJesides I know we have
keepers that wanted tho license put
up. I have heard Schnasse say when
he was keeping a saloon that he would
rather pay i?300 than S100, it would
then keep some out that oug lit not be
inthe business, and Mike McCluire,
one of the most respectable and intel
ligent saloon keepers we evtr had in
this place, told me about a year ago
at my own store door, that if he had
his way he would put the license to
6"00, and then we would have none
the most he complained of was the
card tables that were run in somo of
tho other sa'oons, and turning to me,
said, you never saw card laying in
my house, which was true, I never had.
lie further said he was opposed to card
playing in saloons. Another complaint
he made was that Drug Stores should
not be allowed to sell as much liquor
as they did without a license and I
thought he. was right in that now
whether my friend Mc has changed his
mind on that question or not 1 don't
know, but if he has I am sorry for it,
as the S"00 license question will loo
his influence, which will make against
it some. Again I am told that it is re
ported about town that I have spoken
very disrespectfully of the saloon keep- j
ers. This I deny, and I here offtr a re- j
ward of ten dollars to any man that
will swear that I ever said a word
again&t the character or reputation of
any one of them, I don't see why they
should abuse me for this thing, for I
had nothing whatever to do with get
ting up the petition. I never signed
it, and am but one of four that voted
for it. Dut if they think they can win
me over by abuse why let them fire
away and I will try to stand it.
Respectfully, " K. ft. Dovkv.
A Chicago thief will run more risk
to steal a five dollar overcoat than a
New York thief will to steal a whole
set of silver. It's owing to the climate.
Surrender of an Encampment
Salt Lake, January lO.-In Novem
ber a man named Ehoden was killed
by Rannock Indians at Ross Fork Ida
ho. The Indians have been threaten
ing trouble since the murderer was
captured, January Oth, by Capt. Rain
bridge, commanding Fort Hall, since
which the Indians are more hostile
than before, Col. John E. Smith. Four
teenth infantry, was sent to Fort Hall
some time ago to induce surrender of
the murderer, but was unsuccessful.
Maj. Hart, with three companies of ths
Fifth Cavalry, arr.ved at Ross ForK at
daylight this morning, and, togehter
with three companies nf tho Fourteenth
infantry, surrounded the encampment
r 1t:irmnrlcsi on Snake river :ml de
manded surrender, which was done
quietly, r lfty five bucks, some arms
and two hundred and fifty horses were
The Turco-Kussian War.
London, Jan. 0, 1878.
Ry Cable to The Inter Ocean.
Again your correspondent's predic
tions are realized by the Russian i ro
vesfi in the field during last week the,
Queen's address, ar.d the Parliamen
tary debate. The latter clearly shows
that the British Government in this
hour of Turkish extremity is still un
committed to warlike measures. It is
Disraeli who speaks through Victoria.
At his instance Parliament was con
vened out of the usual season, w hich
implied some grave emergency. The
request for means to prepar- for con
tingences admitted to be remote is,
therefore, his confession that the
country will assent to nothing like
war, if it can, unless to repel positive
aggression. Th-j convoking of Parlia
ment was an implied menace to Rus
sia, but Russia regarded it not, and to
day Distacli is not prepared to name
any specific danger to apprehend.
Washington, Jan. 20. Washington
is to imell the odors of rayalty this
week. The formal funeral services of
the late King of Italy and a mass of
his soul will be celebrated in St. Aloy
siu's Church on Tuesday, under the
auspices of Raron lilance, the Italian
Minister, at w hich a magnificent cere
mony is expected , and on Wednesday
Senor Mantilla, the Spanish Minister,
will selebrate the birth-day of the
King of Spain by giving an elaborate
fete at Worm ley's Hotel. The enter
tainment will be the most magnificent
known in Washington if the plans aie
Constantinople, January 22. A
dispatch says the whole district of
R iurgas has been devastated by Uashi
Razouks and Circasions. rho slaugh
tered the inhabitants and burned vil
lages, while a Russian official dispatch
from Tiilis says Gen. Koniaroffs de
tatchnient from Ardalutsck stormed
Artven on the ItiLh. The Turks lost
heavily and the dussirns slightly. An
other 1'ustan official dispatch from
Keazanlik, the 20th. says Gen. Strukott
reports the ltKli that a panic prevailed
at Adrinnop'e; the Turkish fort and
garrison have withdrawn after explod
ing the powder magazine? and ammu
nition depots. Reports of the explo
sions weie heard at Gen. S'.rudoff's
Frarn the Neh. City tvs.
The county commisK'oiiers charge
their regular mileage allowed by law,
and the county clerk has his fees as
precribed by the statu: es, ar.d now
because the county papers the Press
an I the News ask for alike legal pay
for work rendered by them, t!;is hon
orable body throw up their hands and
cry robbi-ry, and threaten to throw the
printing out of the county, 'i'l.is don't
sen re worth a cent, for in jears when
these same pajvrs were foolish enough
to do the priming at rates dov, n below
living liu'iues and t.;t, a large amount
of the priu; suj!i as fancy litho
graph letter heads plain ones being
not good enough for this economical
body was sent to Lincoln and other
points to bo done. Yu do not care to
enter into a quarrel with our county
oiilciT.3, but we do think in this matter
they are acting extremely childish.
TIk" News has always lived up to its
contracts with tlie county whenever
given, and now, because it asks what
the law allows, which is as cheap as it
can be done outside of the county, it is
said that the county printing will be
done out of the county. (Icntlemen, if
you contemplate such an act we say
(hid speed unto you if you tWgik you
are doing right.
Hello! Whose ox is gored now, Mr.
News. Perhaps you won't want to
pitch into Cass county affairs quite so
brash after this, and help Boss Ihmisey
circulate yarns about our printing mat
ters. Tire ia Omaha.
Pat tee's block, a large two story
frame building, corner of Sixteenth
and California streets, having six large
stoies on the street Iloor and numer
ous apartments on the second floor,
was destroyed by tire yesterday fore
noon. The fire was discovered .it 7 a.
m , and the first attempt to give the
alarm from the box nearest the lire
was unsuccessful, the connection hav
ing been accidentally broken.
It is believed that the lire originated
in a quantity of loose straw in the
basement under the second store from
the north end of the building, occupied
ny M. J. Keimer, saddler. e are in
formed that the occupants of the
block complained two months "ago to
J. C. Co win, who represents Mr. Pat
tee, and Kellner promised Mr. Cowin
that he would have the straw cum
p air ed of removed. I low the tire got
into the straw no one yet discovered.
It is charged, however, that it was the
work of an incendiary. Certainly sev
eral incendiary attempts have been
made within our recollection to bum
down this block.
The sensation of the week has been
tha arrest of Mr. Michael, of the Fre
mont Tribune, by Mr. Rosewater, cf
the TSce, Omaha, as Mr. Michael was
returning from the Press Association
meeting at Lincoln last Wednesday.
The charge was that the Tribune had
libelled the Bee in an article which al
luded to the late joint stock efforts of
Mr. Rosewater, and mentioned that
the Bee was heavily mortgaged. The
Bee thinks Gen. Clarke cannot attend
to tho Surveyor General's O:iko fifty
miles away. It certainly ought to con
sider that a newspaper 150 miles away
could not damago its character very
badly. At least tho 30 miles distanco
pught to be deducted from the damage
and charged up to Hitchcock. Can't
get along withoui Hitchcock in-this
From a Distinguished Physician.
TVTO Mncln disensn lina entailed more rnfTerlrifr or
1 haau-ned tlie lireklig' lip of the constitution
than CBtarrh. The eente ofsmell, of taste, of iht,
of hearing, the linman voice, the tnind.one or more
and somet imes nM vicld to its destructive Influence.
The poiaon it ditflMtiteB throughout tho system
atack every vitnl force, and breaks up the most
robut-t of constitutions. Ignored because but little
understood by most physicians, lmpotently assitlad,
by quacks and charlatans, those suffering from
It have little hope tolie relieved of It this side
of theirrnve. It )b time, then, that the popular treat
ment of this terrible disease by remedies within the
reach of all passed Into hands at once competent
and trustworthy. The new and hitherto untried
method adopted by Dr. Sanford In the preparation
of hla RADiaMiCcBR has won my hearty approval.
I believe it likely to succeed when all the usual
remedies fail, because it strikes at the root of tho
disease, viz., the acidified blood, while It heals th
ulcerated membrane ny direct application to the
nasal passages, it action 18 based on certain fixed
rules, and unless the vital forces are too far ex
hausted, must, iu tlie great majority of cases, effect
GEO. BEARD. M. D.
Kobscott Blocs, So. Fxaulscillm, Oct. 1, 1ST A.
SANFGRQ'S "RADICAL CURE
MAT safely claim to bo one of the few popular
remedies receiving the approval of medical
tentlemen. who. In private, not only freely recom
mend it but use it In their fnmir.es In preference
to any of the preparations usually prescribed by
'You are nware."sald a dlstincnished city phy
sician, "that my obligations to the Mass. Medical
Society are snrh that I cannot pnnnciy recommena
or prescribe the Kadical Cure ; but since I received
o much relief from the use of it myself, after a
thorongn trial or the csnai rcmecucn. 1 iimu ur.
vatelv advised its mse. and presume 1 have sent to
your "store no less than oue hundred of my patients
GFVTL.EVKS', We have sold Sastord's IUtt
oal Cckh for nearly one vear, and can say
candidly that we never sold a similar preparation
that pave s jcIi universal satisfaction. We liavo
to learn the first complsOnt yet.
We are not In the habit of recommending pat
ent medicines, but jour preparation meets the
wants of thousands, and we think those afflicted
eh"uld be convinced of ltsgreat mcritso that their
enfierinff vrlll bo relieved. We havo been In tho
druir business for tho past twelve years constanuv,
and sold everything for Catarrh, but yours leads all
the r.-st. If yVn m e proper you can use tula letter
or any part of It that you wl(h. .
Very truly vonrs. S. O. BALPWPT & CO.
Wholesale anri'K.-tail Tealers In Drugs. 1?",3 and.
Stationery, Washington. Ind., Feb. 23, 1S.6.
Kaon rackitco contains Dr. Sanford'9 Improved
Inhalinir Tube, and full directions for use in all
cases. Price, $1.00. For sale by all wholesale and
retail druggists and dealers thronchont .the I. niled
States aiictCansdss. WEEKS & POTTEll, General
Agents and Wholesale Druggists. Boston. Mass.
ffrrTi fl ft n a bps El 4
An FJectro-flnlvnnlc Battery combined
wlih ii hluhly Medicated HirengthenlDB
Planter, forraisit Ihe be; I'laater for
nnlns and aches ia the World ol Jlcdl
As a grand curative and restorative agent Is not
equalled by an v element or medicine In the history
of the healinrart. Unless the vital spark has fled
the bod v, restoration by means ofelectricity is pos
sible. It is the last resort of all physicians and sur
geons, and has rescued thousands, apparently dead.
From an untimely grave, when no other human
agency could have succeeded. This is the leading
curative element in this Plaster.
BALSAM AND PINE.
The healing properties of our own fragrant balj
am and pine and the gums of the Kast are too well
trnwn trw rennirn fiesrritttion. Their irrateful.
healing, soothing, and strengthening properties are
known to thousands. When combined in accord
ance with late and important discoveries In phar
macy, their healing and strengthening properties
are increased tenfold. In this respect our Plaster
id the best in use without the aid ofelectricity.
TWO IN QUE.
Thus combined we have two gTand medical
agents in one. each of which performs its function
and unitedly produco more cures than any lini
ment, lotion, wash, or plaster ever before com
pounded in the Listory of medicine. Try one.
t'KlOJC, 25 Cbsts.
Sold by oil Wholesale and Retail Pmggista
throughout the United Mates and Canadas, and by
WEEKS I'OTTEK, Proprietors, Boston. Mase.
Zr JET r Tr
E. G. D0VEY & SON,
take pleasure in announeing
TO THE CITIZENS OF PLATTS
MOFT1I AND VICINITY,
That thev are now located in their j
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
Opposite Fitzgerald Block,
and ready to see their old customer
and as many new oues as may come.
Having just oponcd
a new assortment
in a new
LIGHT HANDSOME PLACE OF
Wc think wo can ac
the taste of all.
Give us a call any way, and try the
new up town store. 14tf
ruir -r ri nS
A full line of
a ROC ERIE S
A Splendid Display of Black
Cashmsres and Alpaca
ALSO A GREAT VARIETY OF
STYLES OF CHEAP BR ESS
A Larje Stwf: Flannels, Juins,
Yarns, and JilanTcct.t, f all
Vv oolsn Hosiery
ING. (ill i: AT 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 gloves.
A good stock of Winter Apples at
PI u miner's.
THE LARGEST ASSORT JIENT OF
NOTIONS, TR I3IJIINGS AND
FANCY GOODS EVER
BROUGHT WEST OF
All to bt; found at
OLD STAXD on Main Street, Platts
mouth, opposite the Saunder's
At the Old Stand Fitzgerald Block,
Having bought out the entire stock of Schnasse fc Gram berg, in this citr.
will during the next thirty days otTer the balance of their Winter Stock at
prices lower than ever before seen in this city, and invito the inspection
of the ladies of Plattsmouth and vicinity, as they feel assured that their pri
ces cannot be undersold.
UNDER WE A R,
ALL NEW GOODS.
W E II A V E X O OL D S T
Clothing Ma low Cost
A Complete ' Assortment of Boots and Shoes which we will
Sell Very Cheap.
Gents' Caps, Scarfs, Cardigan Jackets, Underwear, Etc.,
Which We will Close out at Low Figures.
FULL LINE OF tillOCHIl ES
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
CALIFOKXi A DKIED AX1) CAXXEI) FKUITS
Country Produce Taken
Patent Creech LoacJin;
a. tmm H
ii as ana
1 tllMlt jrx.tm fXU .
gA7KTR3 Caiiga T.TTJZ
Massachusetts Arms Co.
We have now on hand and readv
in America. This breed is not subject
i ;'-i--H:i:;-;'.. J ! j
Six Distinct Impartatiazis
.Some of which are the IlrsT .Sr i: j:iys ever imported. If you want
the purest and bes, iiki:ct from Imtoktm) Stock, and in pairs not akin,
Address J. D. VAXDOKEX
Fisks Corner.;, Winnebago Co., Wis
Wayon, Buyyy, MacJiinc and PIjw re-
2airiny, and y&ncral jobhiuy.
I am tiow prpjvirt'd to do all kinds of" rrp;tiring
oi iann aim outer niaoinncry. as tlicie
is a gooil latlio in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
lias taken charge of tlie wapou hop.
He Is well known a.s a
.NO. 1 "WOKKMAN.
Xew Wsions and Hussion made to
Shop on Sixth street, ru-roMte Streiht's Stlil
one door east of First Xational Bank
11 OS I A' R r. NU1! T. 1 S.
C ARRETS, LACES,
O C K () Ii O L D S T V L E S
snot uuns. i -
r b iumuuV,
to shin the finest lot of ESSEX PIGS
to cholera. We are breeding from
Lounges, Tables, Bedsteads
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
Of All DixcripWjns.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all : ?!", roaJy ina.le and sold cheap for cash.
With many thanks lor past p uionage. Invito
Invite all to call and examine my
LAIUiK STOCK OI'
;tf. rnwiTi 'tn axi cornxH.
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