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B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Comet-ed Thursday, January 10, 1878
POa OMAHA FEOMPLATTSMOOTH.
Leave :15 a. m. Arrives S :. a. m.
" 2 -JO p. m. 9 ?5 p. m.
FROM OMAHA FOR FLaTTSMOUTH.
Leaves 9 :0ft a. m. Arrlyes 10 34 a. m.
" 6 iOO p. to. 7 :46 p. in.
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves Plattsmouth 0 :40 a- LlQ
eoln, la -30 p. m. ; Arrives Kearney, p. m.
Freight leaves 10 34 a. m. Ar. Lincoln 3 p.m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. S :iO a. m. leaves Lincoln,
12 3 p. in. Arrives Flattomouth. 3 :10 p. m
Freiiibt leaves Lincoln 11 -.35 a. m. Arrives
Plattsiuoulh, 4 :25 p. m.
Express. 6 :1 5 a. in.
Passenger, (train each day) SMp. m.. except
Baturday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects at the usual time.
C. It. atC.U. U. TIME TABLE
- Red Oak
1 2ft pro
1 45a ni
4 26 am
nvi v itrrp Tf rt Iit;iS bv the new
ROUTE just opened via MON MOUTH. POLL
MAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS run from
Burlington to St. Louis without change.
BY LEAVING KLA lsnuuiu o:w.
M vou arrive m St. LOUIS the next evening
K .'n unri leavluz bU Louis ai ai . j
rive In Plattsroouth 9 :20 tne nw "":"'ut: rth
upon Tlcicer ior saie ior ait
uu' SAMUEL POWELL,
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Ticket Agent.
Gen. Western Pass. Agent.
J. M. BbchtaL, Agent, Plattsinouth.
f . V. ITn .nil Wlif
K ERIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PLATTS
KA3TXRM, WORTHERI A 80UTHKHX
Arrive at - --TO a. m.
I Depart at
6 .-30 a. m.
3 too p. m.
OMAHA VIA B. A M.
io jo a. nu 1 Depart at - 2 :ts p. m.
WSHTEKK VIA B. A M.
Arrive at -3.16 p.m. I Depart at - 9Mx.m.
Arrive at 12 :00 in. I Depart at - 2 K p. m.
ROCK BLCFV9 CMOS MILLS.
Anlve at 12 .00 m. I Depart at - 1 :00 p. m.
J. W. MARSHALL. P. M.
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r li eouru have decided t:.st refusing to
t-.ke newspapers "d periodicals from the post
t:ir' u; l-svlnz them uucalled
,:rfmn uire. evidence of in ten rio'AL
b!ipifrs 35c a pair at Merges'. Stf
Tho Temperanre Billiard Hail has
changed hands; Fred Micklewait and
John Beverage are the proprietors now.
and they have taken posession.
Slippeis 85c a pair at Merges'. Stf
-Ye 8aw the biggest kind of n Red-
Ribbon man on the street 'leceion day
with a Jug full of varnish, only.
Slippers 33c a pair at Merges'. 8tf
A horse thief could do a lively bu
siness gathering up the loose horses
that are roaming around the northwest
part of the city.
Wm. Herold has put a new front
In hi3 store room, giving him more
light, and his place of business a much
The next liRppiest attempt at
gardening in town after John Shan--pon'g
Tomato experiment is Frank
Guthman's wonderful Let-ns beds, six,
all in a row.
A number of porkers amble the
streets daily, and ever and anon run
along the sidewalk in front of the
Saunders House. To any one who ap
preciates a healthy rooter this is all
right, but the average citizen doeB not
like it and we don't wonder that some
Phil Young's improvements this
week are more paint and new doors to
the store; if Rush keeps the improve
ments afloat, he will move the articles
in that show window 99 times during
J. Ps. absence.
City Marshal Morrison has had his
chain gang out airing and shoveling a
little when he was watcbiog them; an
addition of 15 or 20 of the tramps that
ar Ivirur about town would not be a
bad thing, and would make the im
provements more perceptible.
If Plattsmouth holds the county
seat it is by sheer luck and the efforts
of outsiders, and not on account of the
fvisuuui . w..
that do the "home bowling, always.
The Herald is much obliged to
Mr. Jno. Fitzgerald for a few friendly
words at their private meeting Friday
afternoon. Mr. Fitzgerald took the
true view of a newspaper's duty, and
some men who never put up a dollar
or do an hour's work that amounts
anything. in a campaign, vrouia ao wen
Port Monis found by Dr. McCrea;
pay for this notice and get the same.
The B. & II. have a large force at
work upon the new round house, and
have put a new culvert under the
tracks, from the foot of Main St. to the
By present indications of growth
and prosperity in this city, if the coun
ty seat be taken it will be returned in
a few years by a majority vote.
We have received- copies of the
Telegraph-Herald, from Central and
Lead Cities and the Black Hills Daily
Times, for which we are indebted to
Mr. Ff. M. Dorington.
Rev. Jos. A Steinhart will hold di
vine service at the German school
house, in the 2d ward, next Sabbath at
1014 - and Sunday School at 9 a.
m. All are invited to attend, and an
especial invitation is extended to the
The Sunday Schools of Cass Co. will
hold their next annual convention at
Eight Mile grove, June 12, 13 and 14.
A good programme of exercises has
been prepared by the committee, and
the convention will close with a grand
grove meeting and basket dinner on
Bt Order of Committee.
-G. W. Cleghorn was arrested by
TT, n-enrr tr.TroA nMM
uwtm. ujuo, u Fo0.U4, e-
on Mr. Ingram Buck and other good
men in the county. C H. Parmele
had bought the notes and caused Cleg
horn's arrest. Tie "was bailed out by
The Catholic Fair and Festival pass
ed off very pleasantly. Being the first
of the season, It was well attended on
Tuesday evening. Wednesday evening
being so rainy, there was not as good
an attendance, but the strawberries
tasted just as good. We have not
learned the results pecuniarily.
The marshal had the prisoners out
on the streets on Tuesday doing some
grading and other work. There seems
to be a general and wo think correct
tendency to put prisoners and tramps
at work all through the country.
-Dr. Livingston is the happy owner
of flrcvTull blooded Irish Setter, Gordon
pointer.NScotch Terrier. English ' Re-
triever pups that beat the world.
Brian a thorouhbred of the above breed
is the responsible parent and Mrs.
Mono the maternal relative of these
This vote settles the fate of the
County Seat for the present; if it were
to go to a second vote Plattsmouth
would have an overwhelming majori
ty of the votes necessary to hold it
Anderson Root, of this County, has
an apple tree that split clear down the
center. He raised the parts and bolted
them together with an Iron bolt screw
ed tisrht. The bolt hf-ad is now im
bedded out of sight and the nut end
can just be seen. The tree is growing
finely. Some day some fellow will cut
into that tree and blast the man that
put that iron there as he picks up his
Lawyer Marquette has a farm near
Lincoln, and the boys told us the last
time we were there that he was bound
to raise the bieeest cabbages in
Nebraska or bust the treasury of the B.
& M. His salary has been raised twice
on account of the farm, and yet the
cabbages don't quite come up to the
standard he desires.
The cherries on Henry Eikenber
ry's place are just a sight to behold.
The trees are just as full as they can
be, and almost full grown already. Gra
cious, our mouth waters. Don't yours ?
J. P. Young went east Tuesday, I
that is to Eastern Missouri, and will
be absent about two weeks. Phil will
be transformed from the state of sin
gle blessedness during his absence, and
take up the trials of life on returning;
we omit his obituary until his arrival
and reception by the boys.
A very pleasant little party assem
bled at the residence of Mr. J. Vallery,
last Saturday evening, to celebrate
Prof. Drummond's birthday, and wish
him many happy returns of the same.
They laughed and sang and supped and
played until one of the more devout of
the party pointed to the hand which
indicated that only two more minutes
remained in which to reach home be
fore Sunday. A handsome basket of
flowers and some other tokens showed
the Professor the regard of his friends,
as also did many hearty wishes for a
long life and a merry one.
Destroyed by Fire.
Last Wednesday night, the 8th, about
ten o'clock, the barn of Mr. Ed Hutch
inson, who lives in western Cass, near
Ashland, together with Its contents,
was entirely destroyed by fire. There
was in the barn at the time, nine head
of horses, six sets of harness, a grain
header, and a quantity of grain and
hay. When Mr. Hutchinson discover
ed the fire and reached the barn it was
toQ tQ gave th, and all the
horses perished in the flames. There
. no - or latltop ,
w r e 'VII VV A aVa AAA
a a l m .
me oarn ior several aays, ana It was
impossible for the fire to have caught
from the house; at nine o'clock every
thing was all right and safe in the barn,
and it is certain the work was incendi
ary. The loss is a heavy one, coming
as it does in the busy season, and will
to cause a large outlay by Mr. Hutchin-
son to replac the stock and property
One day liist week tvhen oar train
wa3 very tireu we waited down tee
street and met a man, who said: "Are
you McDonagh?" Before our tired
brain could get ready to answer a wag
said. "Yes, that's McDonagn"-,Well"
I said the man, "Here's a dollar, send
your paper to me six months." We've
got that dollar, Mac, and we're going
to get tired again.
The following persons were allow
ed certificates since last publication :
2d. Grade: Ida Freeman, 76; A. H.
Tlnneo, 78 ; Maggie II. Todd, 79.
3d. Grade : Hattie Hogau, 75 ; Anna
Roberts, 75 ; Julia A. Jenkins, 75 ; Ma
ry Jenkins, 75 ; Maggie Simpson, 75 ;
J. S. Cooley, 75 ; Mary Adams, 75 ; J.
A. Gibson, 75; Sallie M. Wright, 75;
Mamie G. Cooley, 75; Anna M. Calk
ins, 76; Emma J. Calkins 75; Mary
Magee, 75; Altba Satchel 1, 75; Bryan
Whealen, 78; Katie Doom, 75; Ella
Thorngate, 75; Ida Thorngate, 75; Flo
ra Blackburn, 78 ; Anna Holbrook, 75 ;
Minnie Barr, 75; Anna Swift, 75; Me-
dora Smith, 79.
D. D. MARTINDALE,
John Wayman's new brick foundry
and shop is now completed and ready
for work. It is important that farmers
bring in their mowers or reapers, now.
at once, to be repaired as we have the
time now and can do a better job than
after a while when you all rush in at
once and hurry us to death. Many al
so get disappointed and cannot have
their work in time then. It is just as
easy to come now, if you only think so.
Go to work the first leisure moment,
look over your machinery, and see
what wants fixing. Haul it down the
next leisure moment; we can fix it and
have it ready so you can take it back
some time when you are in and thus
Bave one trip. If you leave all your
work until you are ready to use your
machine you will have to come both
times on purpose, maybe wait for some
other man, or hurry us up, so wo can
not do as good a job. Now is the time.
Old iron taken in part payment, al
Platts. Machine Shop and Foundry.
Tuesday a. m., in company with one
of Platts mouth's legal fraternity and a
government official, we visited the B.
fc M. machine shops; everything pre
sented a lively appearance and the
work In the yards is apparently rapid-
The grounds for the
new round house are all graded, staked
off and Mr. Jenkinson of Omaha, who
has the contract for laying the founda
tion, is busily at work with a gang of
twenty or twenty-five men. The build
ing will be semi-circular in form and
contain twenty stalls. The foundation
is laid three feet below the surface, and
from the surface upward is 18 inches
in width. The contractor has 40 days
in which to complete the work, but it
will be finished at an earlier date. In
the machine shoos two new locomo
tives are in course of construction, and
four or five up for repairs; new and
powerful machinery has been added,
aiid two new planers will soou be plac
ed in operation. Several baggage and
nassenirer coaches have been rebuilt
and repaired of late, and the work has
all been done here in the shops. The
finishing, upon the passenger coaches,
is equal to that done in the shops of
the eastern trunk lines, and the wood
and upholstery work is in keeping with
the rest. Greater improvements in
building by the Company are contem
plated in the future, and Plattsmouth's
railroad growth is not a possibility but
a fact, of which any will be convinced
by spending a short time noting the
Curtis Moore still stands by bis old
love the Herald.
S. M. Davis gave the Herald a
hearty good word last week.
Gen. and Mrs. Jno. R. Clark made
Plattsmouth a short visit this week.
Rush Cbilson called on the Herald
last week. He was a Center man then.
Prof. Frank Stadter made Platts
mouth a short visit the first of the
Mrs. Hill, of Evanston, 111., with her
two children, is visiting her cousin,
Mrs. R. R. Livingston.
Ed McGaugb, a democratic Weeping
Waterite, was in town last week, red
hot on the county seat question.
Enos Berger, Esq., called on us last
week. Uncle Enos has one of the best
improved farms in Cass County.
Mrs. A. L. Sprague and family left
Plattsmouth on Tuesday last to rejoin
her husband in Central City, D. T.
Mr. H. M. Bushnell, of the Herald,
went to Lincoln yesterday to attend
the State Temperance Convention.
Mr. Allen, of the Saline Co. Union,
made us a very pleasant though short
call, on Wednsday, on which day
he returned to Crete.
Mrs. Atwood is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parmele. This is
Mrs. Atwood'3 first visit to Platts
mouth since her marriage and her
many friends will give her a hearty
Mr. Geo. A. Creamer, of Concord,
this county, comes in and pays up for
the Herald. He is one of the Her
ald's oldest subscribers and stands by
it faithfully, to the exclusion of others.
The Herald has a very kindly feeling
for those old subscribers.
Mi. Ashmun, of Weeping Water and
a student of the Senior Class at Tabor.
Iowa, College, in company with three
class mates, called at the Herald office
Tuesday. The company had been out
on a little overland trip, restinir rre-
I paratory to commencement, and the or
deal of final examination dav.
EIKENBERRY The wi:e of Win. flkenberry.
of Liberty precinct, died verv ud i-tily on
Sunday morning. May mil. i7i, at his (esi
deuce in Liberty preclnct. this couuty.
She was buried on Monday in the
old Horning burying ground near the
Christian Church, at Maxwell's corner,
the Eikenberry's having a family bu
rying ground there. Her death must
be a great loss to her family and friend s
and in its suddenness almost appalling.
BXPOKTKU Br r. X. WHIT.
Wheat. No. S
Corn, shelled, (new)
Barley, Iso. 2
latest new york markets
Niw toKK. May 15.
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Chicago. May 15.
5 OOW 25
!"...I.!.""3 003 90
2 45u3 55
3 40(jk3 50
Notes, receipts and bills for sale at
the Herald Office; also scale book3
for grain and cattle dealers. 46tf
For sale, cheap, 150 Desirable build
ing lots in the city of Plattsmouth,
Title perfect. Taxes all paid up. Terms
easy. Apply to A. W. McLaughlin
Cashier 1st National Bank. 23tf
North side Main St., one door east
of Chamber's harness shop. Meals at
all hours. Give me a call and get the
worth of your money.
3tl3 DAVID CAIS.
The grandest bargains ever known
in this town can be had for the next 60
davs in clothing. Boots and shoes in
cluding a superb stock of ladies and
childrens shoes, which will oe sold clear
nown for cash. Such bargains were
Cever known before, at Stadelman's
clothing emporium. 20tf
You can save a large per cent of
your corn crop by reading'Three Blind
Mice, and following advice. 34tr
A Partner Wanted.
A man with small capital as a part
ner in the brick making business. The
brick to be made from the celebrated
Kaolin found near Louisville, this
county. It will burn white and is very
valuable. Also a moulder, one that
understands setting and burning.
J. T. A. Hoover.
49m3 Louisville, Neb.
For Groceries of all kinds and at
low figures the Loui3villians will find
Rockwell on hand every day. 62tf
A good Portable Pipe Organ, manu
factured by the celebrated I. Dennett
Nutter, entirely remodeled and good
for tweutv years. lh:s beautiful in
strument has 4 stops and 3 registers of
pipe, and for quality aud power of tone
cann.t be surpassed by any Portable
Pipe Organ. For particulars enquire
of S. M. Brown, tuner and repairer of
pianos and organs, Creston, Iowa, or to
dealer in musical instruments, Platts
mouth, Neb. 47tf.
Those wanting pension papers ac
knowledged will please remember that
J. R. Toman, Notary Public, Louisville,
nas a certificate of the county Clerk
filed with the TJ. S. pension Agent and
can attend to all such business. 52tf
A fine half blooded Durham
for sale or trade by B. Seibold
I seen at his farm.
Sweet Potato Plants.
Delivered at the express office in
Glenwood Iowa. Packed free at 452.50
per 1,000. Address.
Li. A. Williams.
Also plenty of cabbage and tomato
plants, cheap. 7t4
Owing to continued ill health, the
undersigned is obliged to discontinue
the practice of medicine in the future.
All persons indebted to him for pro
fessional services will please call at an
early day, at his Drug Store, where Mr.
Roberts, the clerk in charge, will give
all needed information in regard to
their accounts. Thanking the people
for their patronage during the past, I
hope to receive their continued favors
in the Drug line for the future.
7t3 W. E. Done lan.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received up to Saturday, June 1st,
188, for the construction of nine coun
ty bridges, in accordance with files now
in county clerk s office. No 1 64 feet
span, No. 2 7G feet span. No. 8 38 feet
span. No. 9 33 feet span, to be Pratt
combination, set on oak piling. No 8
!6 feet span, JSo. 4 24 feet span. o. 5
24 feet span, No. 6 24 feet upan. No. 7
22 feet span, to be wooden bridges. The I
Board of County Commissioners reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of County Commissioners.
7t3 J. D. Tctt, Co. Clerk.
New type new type, come in with
your jobs. tf
Caution to Smokers.
From and after the 1st day of May,
lo 8 all boxes containing cigars of my
manufacture will have my name bold
ly printed on the inside of the lid. This
is to prevent counterfeiting my brand
of cigars, with an inferior quality of
cigars, resorted to by some unprinci
pled manufacturers, xvone are genu
ine unless piaimy laoeieci:
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
Use Centenriial Rat Eterminato.'
if you want a square meal for S3 ceils
go to Jcbn Lacb's Restaurant one
door east of Fitgerald's Block. 52tf
Copies of the County Seat Law. at
this office. tf.
All nervous, exhausting, and painful disease
speedily yield to the curative Influences of Pul
vermacher's Electric Belts and Bands. Tbey
are safe, simple, and effective, and can be easi
ly applied by the patient himself. Book, with
full particulars, mailed free. Address Pulvee
mcBts Galsanic Co., Cincinnati. Ohio.
No other medicine in the world has
ever given such a test of its curative
qualities as Boschee's German Syrup.
In two years three million four hundred
thousand small bottles of this medicine
were distributed free of charge by
Druggists in this country to those af
flicted with Consumption, Asthma,
Croup, severe Coughs, Pneumonia, and
other disease of the Throat and Lungs,
giving the American people undeniable
proof that German Syrup will cure
them. The result has been that Drug-
loto i ia 3vt:&jr yy Li auu incite 1 U L ll V3
United States are recommending it to
their customers. Go to your Druggist,
and ask what they know about it. Sam
ple bottles 10 cents. Regular size 75
cents. Three doses will relieve any
CHEAP BOOTS AND SnOES,
Ladies Serge Shoes 60cts.
Suppers .... 50 cts.
" Leather Shoes 75 cts.
Shoes and Boots are down to rock
Mens Buckle Alexis 3 1 50
Prince Alberts '. ... 1 50
Whole stock Brogans 1 50
These goods and others including
a large stock of all kinds
of Boots, Shoes and Slippers, must be
sold. No trust.
Ctf Peter Merges.
Grand reduction in Blankets, Scarfs,
Caps etc., at Maldaner & Herrmann's.
White Brk'tS2 00
$2 75 a pair,
8 00 " M
5 00 " "
6 00 "
3 50 " -
4 00 " "
82 25 "
8 00 M
An Undeniable Truth.
You deserve to suffer, and it you
lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in
this beautiful world, it is entirely your
own fault and there is only one excuse
for you, your unreasonable prejudice
and skepticism, which has killed thous
ands. Personal knowledge and com
mon sense reasoning will soon show
you that Greene's August Flower will
cure you of Liver Complaint or Dys
pepsia, with all its miserable effects,
such as sick headache, palpitation of
the heart, sour stomach, habitual cos-
tiveness, dizziness of the head, nervous
prostration, low spirits, &c. Its sales
now reach every town on the Western
Continent and not a Druggist but will
tell you of its wonderful cures. You
can buy a sample bottle for 10 cents.
Three doses w ill relieve you.
Rockwell of Louisville makes a spe
ciality of teas, don't you forget it. tf
Dry Goods are one of the most es
sential things in keeping house and
people who want anything in this line
can find Rockwell of Louisville, ready
for sale at low figures. Hardware is
olentr. heavy, cheap jind cood at
Kockwells Louisville. otr
Corn and oats taken at this office on
Subscription at market rates. 41tf
Eightv acres of Land for sale, near
Greenwood, Cass County, Nebraska:
all under cultivation, Rood small hoas
and voung orchard and grove Time
on two thiids of purchase money. Ap
ply at Neb. Herald office. ltf.
-Magazines bound here.
Improved book binders at this of
Geo. II. Shafer & Co., Manufactur
ers or True l'narmaceuticais. i ort
Madison, Iowa. 34tf.
Another good farm for sale in
Cass County 160 acres; good house,
six room3, frame stable, 125 acres
broke, fine cottonwood grove ten acres,
Apply to Neb. Herald office.
46tf. Jno. A. MacMurpuy.
Bring in your
corn or oats to the
In the matter of the estate of Z. J. Quinton, de
ceased, before A. N. huilivan County Judge,
in and lor uass county, iseDraetta.
Notice is hereby rriven that Eliza Quinton has
filed an application in the County Court, in and
for Caes Couutv. Nebraska, to have Walter
lirookins appointed administrator of the estate
of Z. J. Quinton. deceased, and said cause is
set for bearinc at the office of the County Judee
in PlattsmouLh, on the 17th day of May. 1R7S, at
one o'clock p. in. on said day. at which time
and place all persons interested may appear
and show cause, if auy they have, why the said
w alter urooKins sonuid not oe appointea sucn
administrator of said estate. Witness my band
this 1st day ol llay, A. U. 1873.
6t3 a. N. SULLIV4.N, Co. Judge.
Notice is hereby given that la pursuance of a
decretal order made by hin Honor S. B. Pound,
Judze of the Second Judicial District, in snd
for Cass Co., Neb., at his chambers iu the City
of Lincoln, on Saturday the 30th day of March.
A. l. 1878, 1 will on Saturday. June 8th, lf78. at
the front door of the Court House, in the City
of riattsmouth. Cass County, Nebraska, offer
for sale at public auction, at the hour of two
o'clock p. m., of said day, to the highest and
beet bidder for cash, all the richt. title and in
terest of Eliza DeLano, Ella Marsh, and James
Bundy, Jr., heirs of James M. Bundy.deceased,
oi uass county, reDraska. in ana to the loilow.
ine described real estate, situated in Cass Co.
Nebraska, to-wit : Twenty-two (22) feet off of
tke west side of lot three 13) in block twenty-
nine (29i in Weepinz Water. Said sale will re
main open for bidders for the space of one hour.
8t3 James Rivet.
Adm'r of the Est. of Jas. M. Bundy, dee'd.
In the matter of the estate of Geo. Shafer. dee'd.
Before A. N. Sullivan. Co. Judge, In and for
v;ass co., rieu.
Notice is hereby given that Elizabeth Shafer
has filed a petition in the County Court, la and
for Cass Connty. Neb., to have John H. Becker
appointed administrator of the estate of Geo.
bnaier, deceased, and said cause is set for hear
ing at the fefflce of the County Judge, at Platts
mouth, on the 31st day of May, A. D. 1878, at 3
o'clock p. ro. oo na day, at wmcn time and
plac all persons interested may appear and
(hew cause, tf any tbey have, why tho said John
it. riecker should not De appointed such admin-
istrator of said estate aoeordme to tne nrayer
oisaid petition, witness my nana this l
Witness my hand this Uth
day of May, A. D. 1S78, at Platwmouth, Neb.
10 2'iiE AyiiicTED.
Act wisely, and at once procure the
fcJIowinar twnkrtiZFa:nily Medicines.
Dr. Fitler's Kheiwiatio RziiiDT
and Liver Pills, a positive, permanent :
specific for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, .
Sciatica, Lumbago, Gout, pain in Back, ;
T T 3 V -W -w -w -ex'W I
ueau, neart, jungs. xamrjs, jxervous, ;
Blood and Chronic Dieaeases. Dr. Fit-
iter's Kidney Cordiil removes deposits 1
of Gravel, Albumen, Alcali Acids, re- :
tention of urine, high colored water, i
and strengthens the Bladder and Kid-
neys. Dr. Fitters CalUaya ionic, for
debilitated constitutions, increases vig
or, strengthens the system, tones the
stomach, and increases appetite. A
pleasant substitute for Iron, which
constipates the bowels and destroys the
teeth. Dr. Fillers German Pectoral
for Lung Diseases, Bronchitis, Coughs
and Colds, a superior combination
which acts quickly and relieves rapid
ly. Your druggists, Chapman & Glass
are agents for Plattmouth. 20-yl
Farm. Garde!! & Household.
The followiue Is a list of Valuable Books.
vhicti will bo supplied from the office of tho
Nebraska herald. Any one or more or
tht9c books will be sent uost-Dald to anv of our
readers on receipt of the regular price, which Is
named against eacn dook.
Allen's (It L & L F) New Am. Farm Book. .52 50
Alien's ( l. t.i Amerioao uauie
At wood's Country anc" Suburban Houses...
Bomuier's Method of Making Manures
Breck's New Book of Flowers
Brill's Farm Gardening and Seed Growing..
Dadd's Modern Horse lJoctor. 1 mo..
Dadd's Aineiican Cattle Doctor, IS ino.
Flax Culture. 7 prize Fs.iys by prac. gr' w's 30
Fuller's Grape Culturist 1 50
Fulton's Peach Culture 1 60
Gregory on Squashes paper.. 30
Harris on tne rrg i so
Henderson's Gardening for Pleasure 1 60
Henderson's GardouiriK for Profit. 1 60
Henderson's Practical Floriculture 1 60
Herbert's Hints to Horse- Keepers 1 76
Hop Culture. By 9 experlnced cultivators.. 30
Hunter and Trapper.....' 1 00
Onions How to rat"e them Profitably 20
Our Farm of Four Acres. Pa. soc, Clo. 60c. ;
Ex. cio i oo
Parsons on the Rose 1 50
Oulnbv's Mvsteries of Bee-Keeoinc 1 60
Quincy (Hon. Josiah) on Soiling Cattle 1 23
Quinn's Money in the Garden 1 60
yuinn's i-ear culture ior rrout l oo
Roe's Plav and Profit in my Garden 1 50
Stewart's Irrigation for the Farm, Garden
Kllev's fotato rests., i-aper oo cis, ciotn.. 7t
and Orchard i oo
Stewart's Stable Book 1 60
Stewart's shepherd s Manual 1 SO
Stoddard's Au Eeir Farm. Pa. 60c. : cloth. . . 75
Thomas' Farm Implements and Machinery 1 60
Tim KunKer rapers ; or, auKee t arming., i do
Tobacco Culture. By 14 exp'r'cd cultivators 25
Waiing's Draining for Front and Health... 1 50
wnriuK's ciemem? or Agriculture i ou
White's Cranberry Culture 1 25
Wright's Practical Poultry-Keeper 2 00
These books are from the firm of Orango J udd
Co., and are first-class.
SALE, FEED & LIVERY 8TAJ3LE.
On Main street nearly opposite the Court
House, Plattsmouth, .Neb.
HorsES foR Sale.
The buvine and selllne of cood horses made
the specialty of the business.
New Horses & Carriages,
and gentle horses, for Ladles to drive ar kept
at this Stable.
Also a cany all. which runs to the depot, and
will carry passengers from any place in town on
FARMERS CALL AND ETAMIXE
MY STOCK FOR SALE.
8yl E. PARMELE.
Sole Appointing Agent for
Th Unrivalled 31 am on &. llamlla
Also, the Sleek. Henry F. Miller, and Hallel
& Cumston Fiauos for Cass and Sarpy count!.
at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Tnnlng and repairing Pianos and Organs a
specialty, under the skillful bauds 01 3Ir. S. M
lirown. a tuner 01 luuiy-mree years eipei icnce.
STKEIGIIT & 3IILLE!i,
and all ktuds of harness stock, constantly on
FRUIT, CONFECTIONS Y,
Remember the place opposite E. G.
on Lower Main Street.
STREIGHT f- MILLER.
LARGEST AND TINE8T HOTEL BETWEEN
CJHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
GEO. THRALL, - - Prop,
J. C CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
ETC ETC ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
Tb or.lv place In town where "TurltiT's pat
ent self adjustable horse collars are sold."
!TH3 OLD SELIA3L3
CONTINUOUS ALL-KAIL ROUTE!
NO CHANGE OF CARS!
ONE ROAD, ONE MANAGEMENT!
PuMelnMa & New York.
Great Short Line
VIA NEW YORK CITY.
Reaches all Points in Pennsylvania
and New Jersey.
Pullman Palace Cars
ON ALL EXPRESS TRAINS 1
KQTJIPPKD WITH TBS CELKBKATBD
WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKES
JanneyB N'err Patent Safety Platform
Elegant Eating Houses
WITH AMPLE TIME FOR MEALS.
THREE EXPRESS TRAINS
LEAVE CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS
8.00 A. M. SPECIAL FAST EXPRESS EX
With tlie popular Vestibule Sleeping Car
Reaches Pittsburgh, 2 :30 a. m. : Hsrrlehurg.
11 :45 a. m. ; Philadelphia, 4 :00 p.'in. : New Yoik
6 :45 p. m. ; Boston, 6 :15 a. in. ; Baltimore 6 :30
m. ; asuington, v :w p. ui., next uay.
5:15 1. 91. Atlantic Exp. (Daily)
With Drawing-Room and Hotel Car.
Reaches Pittsburgh. 12 :15 p m. ; Harrlst'urc,
10:55 p. ni. , Philadelphia. 3 -.35 a. ru. ; New York
6 :4.r a. rn. ; Special Philadelphia Sleeping Car
on this Truin, which remains in depot until 7 :30
a. in., affording Ph'ladelphla passengers a lull
night s rest.
9:tO P. M. Night Exp. Except Saturd'y.
With Draicing-Room Sleeping Car.
Reaches Pittsbureh 7 :) p. m. ; Harrlsburg.
3 0 a. m. ; Baltimore. 7 :45 a. m. ; W ashlnton
9 :05 a. m. ; Philadelphia, 8 -.00 a. m. ; New York,
10 -.35 a. ro. ; rsoston, s :40 p. in. inrougn uam
more and Washington bleeping Car on this
FABK ALWAYS AS LOW AS ANV OTHER LINK.
tyThrouch Tickets for Sale at all Principal
Poiuts in the West. Ask for them via the FORT
WAYNE & PENNSYLVANIA LINE.
F. R. MYEKS,
48ly Ocn. Pass. & Ticket Agt., Chicaoo.
View of Marriago T
iT.'fik V i;.lRr jgct.iitia.ul.al Tn.uie ou Ihm
if- Q 1utiei .. noir.iEt .nil th
fAilr,laTr5rfCS jgacii.cj'; t U"Si tor It: tiie w-
.-- A fS'C inu of BeproC'ic'lon d4
ui. jjisenaea 01 women.
A book lor pi"itte, coti.id
e ate rrulibg. ItSO lgca, price
r HliWlt MtOiCAL fMJVIStrll
OiU d:oniror trrLvate Naiura ar-iama: trom BL
abuts, Exceaies. or Secret rJlaeft.ee, wua the beat
8an. of cure, TJ -flt LPF priwW) rte.
A CLINICAL LECTOT1B on the auov. dlaeuea and
thoae of the Throat ami Liters, Catarrh, Rupture, lh
Opium Habit. c price loci..
Liiher book aeot poarpeidon receipt ot price t or all three,
coutaininK 500 ta?. b-enfifti1:; Uiuitrated. tor 7i eta.
Aiidree BiU BUTTS, 0. lis. 6U1 bu Ut. Ixiuia, U.O.
A TEAR. Agents wanted. Busi
ness legitimate. Particulars free.
Adreaa J. WORTH A CO.. Et Loala. Ms,
and Morphine Habit abaoIitWy and -willy
cwvd. Painlemi oopiDUdty. txud tui
for pmrtiru 1 art. Vm. Carltoi.
101 H HiMUgWH Die aVS,B
pnmim watch a!m rHiy-
.tein-w.ndcr.Fren wuhevryo: der. O'.it
at lrec i. B. G&ylord & Co.. Chicago. 111.
GOLD PLATED WATCnES. CWp.t
tn ta. a&own wor.d. K.KYLa Watcu Kaac to Ae&ara.
ADoaasa, A. COULTEit A CO Cbjcauo, lu
187 Em -Wm
K7B aj . vuKaga,.
ill, forth cure of
ail DUewetof Private nsuim. mulUnr trom mrl ahvaeM
or tn fecti o4 -f iUwr e. Kt-mtnal WbU producing
RvImIobh, LoMcrUriorT, Impaired Merit, tt
Mahl or lntrncy, Ncrvwu l?Milty, p-rmtv-nmUycund;
dlnnw of toe Bladder. Kflne? Uvcr.
Lung, Afthmft, CftUirh. Kilt, oil Chronic Umm. and IMS
:4rfcft OF KEMAKKS, yield to bh trnimiDl. Dr.OUa
bat had a Ufe-.ODtf ezperieiK-a. end rare where other fell. Iu
U graduate of tne Kefnrtrwd SrrmnL ueea ao mercttrr. ha the
lairest practice is ibe U. 3. I.ADIE reomriug treatment with
private bom and board, call or write. F.verr convenience for
paueou. Read fifty nenle for eampl of fcobter Gnodi end cir
cular of Important Information byesprc-e. JR OUJli'tt
Female Pill. a.S ntr tVit Cenitiltatitri free.
young and mWrtie red of both St zee. on alt diseases of e prlrew
natare. Valuaol advtce to the married end that rMiteitialirf
tin. Everybody eboold ret tale booh, rnoa M oaala, t aay adr
larriar. How to be seal lb y and truly a ppy ia toe enamen reia
TOOF'S STANDARD RUFFLER,
For ALL Sewing Machines.
The best to use and most perfectly constructed
E. 3. TOOF, " Donxmc " Building, New York,
or Nw Havbh, Ct.
0 W-:rjA i
. ,...- .a
THE LICHTE8T RUNNING,
THE MOST DURABLE,
THE MOST POPULAR
Tost easing 3 the latest and most desirable
toprovementa. . . i,
ft is easily eB4srtiooa, makee the eoable
tkread lockstitch . has eelf-refrBlatlBS Uaw
ioas and take-op, end will do the whole range
of family work withnatehaa fe.
The DOMESTIC " is made rn the moat dtrr
able manner, with conical steel bearings and
cotapeosatfng Journals throughout.
AlVf"? th. DOMKSTir," gewi.ffVa.
ebiae and the DOMESTIC " Paper Faehlee.e
wanted in all unoccupied territory. Addzees
ew!stT Ccspasy, 2Tbw Ycri.'
TO TZSMB AJTD l3rOKJtATIOir ABOM68,
B. Klpbkdci, Chtea!o. IT!
zzNXorr a sonns,
Mornliig Dow Saloon !
One) door east ot tbi Saurulert Hocse. Vf
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
S3m9 CousLauUy on Hand.
3 a 3
ta "Jf t cr O
J L . n It Ol " W n
a,- ai i - aj Z : -8 m iia
H !. i 3
'.m o i I
w 4. t . , - tt r 5 a
! H J r" 5 -
,j 2 x j s ' j-t. Mii g a
P sera, ops x u s a S 7a
ppvdt vro rDrrsven-,,hotr(-r'',ver'ti
Ijifjf Uiil XjU I UDDhnx cartridges. Address,
J. Bo'vn fif6on.l36&lasWoodBt.. Fiitsbiinrh.FM.
(I P fl A M iriVhel himrvrt at oil WnrVVn KxhlM
U ft lift 111? Hons. LATE.VT CATAI.Or.I'K un.l
(IRCLLAKS. wltb nvr ttjlfM, rrdurrU
prleesi and much information. m Tree. MA
MN HAMLIN ORGAN CO.. IlimLnn. Nr
xork or Chicago. 414
10.000 AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
THE CUASE AND THE EJf CURE.
By the veteran author, T. 8. Arthcu. Themot
lntt'iise story, with powerful arunients and
staitlinR proofs, ever coinWiied In one volume.
in woik or .Tiurptiy. Keynoid, Inrhrl.
at A'Jiuma, rruMMl etc. A marvelous
book, grandly endorsed by all temperance au
thorities. Hale Is rapid. A great chance to coin
SSlif?- For extra terms. aldres IITUBAKI
S?,Ti;JPnb- 36 LaSalle St.. Chicago, Ills. CWB
BLES, Just reduced 26 per cut.. are selling
-ANOTHER STEP IN SCIL3CE.-
Grat Haia or YVniAKKRS chanpud to Guomt
Black by a single application or this I)r. U
imparts a Natural Color, art Inrtnutaneooaly,
and is as Harmless as aprliie; wat-r. Hold by
Dm? ffista, or sent by express on rexxrfftof tC.
AJfllce, 35 Murray fetrect. New Yrk.
PIANOS & ORGANS
ITU 1 4. KM. t.rC
reduction torloae out present tttor k of
6OO Xew and Kccond-hand Inoirn.
ineut offl Yd rlrMt-rlnnn maUrin. fully
warranted nwl at price that DKr'V
COnfbilUO.V fur IL1 -laM or In.
"Irumi nla. AJi:M'H tl'.t H I'KU fur
U A'I'KIM' W I'Kftidlt IIKM. OK
liAV uwl PIAXOK. Illuslrated rata
loS 3Illee II01LA4 I'. A l l". It M at
.H. sianufrveturera etc lcalrn, 4
r.t 14lliHt, .,fw York, A Iho Gener
al AyentM for NSIir.V.i:i.. Celebra
ted faiKUlLiai OUi-AJkM.
Seta. r FcraCASEofCA
K R B FORD'S ItADH.A
- H tut rii will not Inn
KJr J epeedlly cure, i
al L'i:rb for Ca-
iHlMiitly relieve and
Aurora, V. ; Wm. Boen. K.si..
Mc. Hatfon, (irant t Bocn. Kt.
WELKd A PU
1.0111s. lesiimoiiiais and treat!
by mail. I'rlce. with Improved
lUllHllT. SI. Sold .viTTuih.r.
WELKd A POTTER, l'roprlctois. Pocton Mass'.
PIANO hittu J7.-irV WiS 0 R G A N
ssa3iaMaa wiili -rrirliTti "TrT iia i
renewed, hoe realty's litcat Newspaper for
full ropy Mnt free. Ucfore buvintf TltVO or
CSOAN read my latest circular lieauy'a eeJelirai
ed r'l.nios & Oietins. beHiilif ill Iiiilrumeiits I
Challenge I'oitipaiisoH I Rivals lire jealous of
my success ! Most successful hoine In America I
Commenced a lew years au witliout a dollar,
sales now nearly fj.ouO.O.w) annually. I.oweet
prices ever given, citvaot Roocwood I'lanos
1 35. 16 stop Church Organs, ei 1 S, tremend
W A Pou tiaiKftin now ready. AddrensTir rt
P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE -ICTORSAL
EmbraciDK lull und autheutlc .".ei-nunte of ev
cry nation of ancient and inodrrn thnc, and in
cluding a history of tho rie and fall of the
(ireck and Roman Empires, the growth of the
nations of modern Europe, the middle aKes.thej
crusade, the feudal svHiem the reormotloii, the
discovery and settlement of the ew World,
fces and extra terms to Atrems. and ee why It
sells faster than any other book. Andres!
National I'cblisuikg Co., St. Louie, Mo.
LEALEIt 1 N
Lounges, Tables, Bedstead
ETC., ETC, ETC..
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BUEIAL CASES
Of all eizes, ready made aud sold cheap for cash.
With many thanks for past patronage. I Invl t
invite all to call and examine my
LARUE STOCK OF
otf. rcBxiTrin ao comv
JEWELEY and N0TI01TS.
I have a large stock of
of my own make to be closed out at cost,
taken In oxoh&oge for
3 m MW,33
It contains 673 fine historical engravings an4
lS4Miargo dout'le column pates, and Is the
most complete History of tho world ever pub
lished. It sells at elefit. Send for soeelmeti nn.
Main Street, Corner of Tifth,
PLATTSJfOUTS, ... XES
A. N. Scu-rrajt Co. Judrri.
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