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J. A. M AQMURPSY,. . .V Editor
FIATTSMOUTII, AmiL 24, 1879.
Gen. Jno. A. Tfjx is dead.
A machine fdt shearing sbeep has
been inrented in Texas.
Senatok Paddock is the member
of the Republican Congressional com
mittee from this State.
The Editorial Association meets the
12th of May and goes to St. Louis on
their annual excursion the 13th.
General Wm. Cuddy, commander
in chief of the local forces of the Oma
ha Republican, went ad gt married
last week. "Cud." shake your good
(lays are coming.
Bio keet" is in trouble the Pleas
ant Ridge fellows want to know who
he is mighty bad, the Herald has
forgotten. Please send in real name
ence more and obllige.
Jack Nolan, in jail at Plum Creek,
for murder, escaped last Saturday, 850
reg ard. Anchor, in India ink, on back
of left hand. Two rings of same on
middle finger of left hand.
VT. II. MicnAEL of the Tribune and
't Srralls of the Herald, (Fremont)
tva;id round Omaha arm in arm and
Fred Nye comes nigh haying a "con
niption" over It predicts the Milleni
um, he does.
A Chicago woman is going to try
to keep her mouth shut 3,000 quarter
hours. Columbus (Ohio) Gazette.
It is a feat no Ohio man could ac
complish if there was an office as large
as that of constables vacant.
The popular theory that Gen. Gar
field is a Methodist clergyman is being
denied. But he has a way of stirring
up Satan in Congress, and ciowding
the mourners' bench with Democratic
penitents, that is more eloquent than
all the denials the newspapers can ma
nufacture. If he isn't a Methodist
preacher, he has made a mistake some
where. J ournal .
A telegram from Washington of
Apr. 32d says: "The President has
prepared the outl'nes of his veto" on
the Army bill. Good for Hayes, keep
up your back-bone old man, there's
thousands of the boys will staad by
you, if we have to shoulder a musket
again to do it. No bull-dozing in this
Blackburn a southern leader de
clared in congress the other day that
the south would never rest until the
entire Republican legislation of the
last eighteen years was set aside and
reversed. How does this sound by the
side of please to "forget the past" and
let "by gones be by gones." It means
to undo the amendments, to pay the
rebel dbt, pension rebel soldiers
Either this, or it is idle bombast.
We have two or three copies of the
debate in congress on pensioning Jeff
Davis that we will supply to any par
ties who would like to read the same.
The amendment of Sen. Hoar, of Mass.,
to except Jeff. Davis in payment of
pensions to Mexican soldiers was car
vird by a majority of one. This was,
however, an amendment to the amend
ment of Sen. Shields, which granted
1 tensions to Mexican soldiers, and this
ras lost by a majority of fire.
The political complexion of the pres
ent congress seems to have settled
down about this:
Senate Republicans, 32; democrats,
42; independents, 1. Yet to be elected
Vacancy in New Hampshire, which
will be a republican, 1. Total, 76.
House Republicans. 131 ; democrats.
146; nationals. 5; fusion nationals and
democrats, 5; one vacancy each in New
York and Texas. Four representa
tives from California are to be elected
next September. Total 293.
Union soldiers in the house, 51; Un
ion soldiers in the senate, 5; total, 55.
Rebel soldiers in the senate, 18; rebel
soldiers In the house, 59; total 77.
TnE Neb. City Press didn't quite act
as if it had buried the hatchet either:
C. II. Van Wyck swears to the as
sessor that he does not . own 840,000
worth of Otoe county bonds. Still ho
qualiSes for 75,000 on Collector
Crounse bond. How about straw
bonds. Mr. Bee?
Evidently the printer boys seem to
think there is a " wron font" of Sen
ator down at Washington. A printer
looking seady went into an Oyster Sa
loon and called for a "stew." It was
late and the waiters being tired they
chucked in some clams among the oy
sters. The "print" took a swallow or
two and exclaimed '-Here! there's a
wrong font of oyster, or the proof lies."
Our boys expected the Senators to be
oyster and they have turned out
clams soft shell at that.
Since we went to press last the Ol
ive trial is concluded and sentence
passed as will be found elsewhere. Al
so the final tragedy in the St. Louis
case. The uncertainty of what the ver
: diet of a Jury may be, was curiously
exempliDed in these two cases. In the
Oiive case the proof was complete, an
eye-witnessess testimony corrobora
ted by other valid testimony and no
denial of the facts was ever set up.
The Jury found for murder in the
second degree, and he was sentenced
In the St. Louis caso the evidence
was wholly circumstantial, and be den
ied the crime with bis last breath and
constantly during his trials. He was
found guilty of murder in the first de
gree and would have been Aun&had he
not shot himself. While St Louis pro
bably poisoned his wife the evidence
was not sufficient to warrant the ex
treme penalty of the law in oar judg-
Suicide of Dr. St. Louis.
Dr. St. Louis anticipated the hang
man on Friday last by shooting him
self in his cell at Fremont about 2 a.
m. He has written a long denial of
poisoning his wife and is believed by
some to have been Innocent of that
The Olive Verdict.
After seventeen hours of delibera
tion between the 16th and 17th of
April, the jury in the Olive and Fish
er case finally brought in a verdict of
murder in the second degree, and the
prisoners were sentenced by Judge
Gaslin to confinement in the state pen
itentiary for the period of their natur
al life, and to pay the costs of the pro
secution. The jury are said to have
stood tea for murder in the first degree,
one for second degree and one for man
slaughter. After waiting until satis
fied the minority would not give in. a
compromise was effected upon murder
in the second degree. The minority
were Mr. West and Mr. Thos. Carroll.
The defense announced their inten
tion of offering a motion for a new tri
al and asked for delay to prepare it
which was not granted, but a recess
until the next morning (Saturday) was
finally taken on account of the absence
of the court stenographer.
The motion for a new trial was over
ruled by the judge. The trial of Bald
win and Green commenced immediate
ly after. The jurors are, Dr. II. Hill,
II. S. Munger, Darius Soule, Fred Wag
ner, Wm. Stewart, O. B. Whitman, O.
C. Rogers, L. Copeland, M. J. Foutz,
Chas. Sperry, E. J. Harriott, L. II.
The evidence is very largely a re
hash of that given in the Olive case,
that is, about leaving Plum Creek, the
armed men, &c. Some 25 witnesses
Comments of the press are varied on
the verdict, some approving and oth
ers strongly dissenting.
The District Court .
Convened at 3:13 p. M., Monday,
with his Honor S. B. Pound on the
bench, O. A. Mullen, court reporter, at
his desk, W. L. Wells, clerk, and C. P.
Moore, deputy. Among the lawyers
present we notice our new district at
torney, J. C. Watson; Hon. T. M. Mar
quette, Gen G. S. Smith, S. M. Chap
man, R. B. Windham, J E. MorriBon,
E. D. Stone, Willet Pottenger, U. W.
Wise, E. H. Eaton, F. M. Van Dyke,
G. W. Covell. J. II. Fox worthy.
List of grand jurors was called, and
after excusing quite a number the
following were empanneled, charged
by the judce, and sent to their room :
T. W. Shryock, foreman ; II. M. Bush
nell, C. J. Hoffman, Jerry Hartraan, II.
W. Farley, James Hall, J. M. Higgins,
W. J. Laughlin, John Men-fin, John
Rrchardson, Sam'l Stalnacker, G. F.
Shryder, Alva Drew, Henry Kirkham.
The pettit jury was then called and
the following answered to their names:
M. D. Abbott, J. W. Barr, Chas Bar
row, Daniel Thingham. Jas. McGee.
Andrew Pitman. L. B. Hoffman, F. S.
Klepser, Peter Coon, J. J. Roberts,
Thos. Hill, M. L. White, Theodore D.
Buck. Austin Mutz, Anderson Root,
David Graham, L. Eikhoff, D. Samp
son, and Samnel Rector.
The rest of the day was spent in ar
ranging the docket that the jury
cases might bo called this week, so
that jurors might be allowed to return
home as soon as possible, leaving all
cases in equity until the latter part of
Among other business transacted in
the District Court this week, were two
cases inTwhieh the county brought suit
agaiust W. L. Hobbs, C. II. Parmele,
H. D. nathaway and others on his of
ficial bond, for alleged defalcation,
non. G. W. Covell, Geo. S. Smith ap
pearing for the Co. Commissioners;
Marquett and Chapman for the defend
ants. They pleaded statute of limita
tions, and also claimed they should be
released on account of their having
served notice on the Co. Commissioners
to commence suit or they would not
be bound any longer. They claimed
this notice was served four years 6ince.
To which answer Plaintiffs demur
red, claiming the statutes did not run
and claiming that the answer was no
The Court sustained the demurrer,
thereby holding that the answer set up
was no defense to the action.
This is an important case to Cass
county, inasmuch as it is the first one
of the kind in this county, and the
moaey sued for in these cases may now
Geo. says, make your own comments
The following cases were disposed
Henrietta Bryson vs Rosean Decker,
continued to Referee.
Washington Darling vs Georce Poisal
and John Beverage, leave given De
fendant to supply papers.
Sarah Story et. al. vs W. S. Latta et.
al., continued by consent.
Thos. W. Short vs B. & M. R. R. Co,
continued by consent.
Everett & Miller vs Elizabeth Van
Horn.et. al., heard on demurrer, de
murrer overruled, leave to answer in
J. G. Miller vs Jacob Luff and Phil
lip Hurn, heard on motion, Defendant's
continued at their coots, motion sus
tained. B. & M. R. R. Co., vs F. M. Dorring
ton and Wm. Winterstein, leave to file
Aultman, Miller & Co. vs Eliza Pet
tit, H. II. Pettit, continued.
Almira Dwinnell vs Andrew Brock,
continued by oonsent.
The Board of Co. Commissioners,
Cass Co, Neb, vs Wm. L. Hobbs, E.G.
Dovey. H. D. Hathaway, C. II. Par
mele and Jas. O'Neill, demurrer sus
tained as to second and third Defen
dant's and overruled as -to first defense,
to whieh Plaintiff excepts.
The Board of Co. Commissioners vs
Wm. L. Hobbs. A. L. ChiM, E. Burg
er, Samuel Barker. San1 Maxwell and
S. A. Davis, demurrer sustained as to
the 2d. 34 and 4th defense, to which
Defendants except, to whieh Plaintiff
T. W. Fountain vs aeo. C. Cleehom
303 Frank Alt, default vt botk De
fendants; court fiads judgment for
Plaintiff for $27.50 and costs of suit.
Edmund E. Woolsey vs Joseph Shera,
Armetle Shera, Joseph Sans, Buck.
McConns and Patterson and Bontly.
Townsend, &c, demurred, agreed and
submitted, default of Back, McConns
and Patters n and of Bailey, Town
Geo. McAdie and Sara McAdie vs
Nathan Jones, et. al. continued at
Wm. B. Porter vs First Nat. Bank ef
Plattsmouth and R. W. Hyers, motion
to dissolve injunction sustained.
Nancy Berger vs Elijah Smith et. al.
defanlt of all Defendants.
S. N. Merriam vs The City of Platts
mouth, demurrer, overruled, leave
to answer in 30 days, with leave
to Plaintiff to reply in ten days there
after, and continued.
John Carrolt vs Charles G. Jordan
et. al, continued for service.
John Fitzgerald, vs. City of Platts
mouth. The Court finds due plaintiff
from the defendant, the sum of $3,650.
Forty days given from rising of court
to reduce exceptions to writing.
U. W. Wise vs. Annie P. Ellison, et
al, E. D. Stone appointed guardian ad
litem for minor defendants.
Jas. II. Thomas, vs. Mary E. Thomas,
default, trial to court. Decree of di
vorce granted as prayed, anb the care
and custody of minor children award
ed to plaintiff, he paying costs of suit.
Wm. A. Urwin vs. S. N. Merriam,
Weinich & Co. vs. John Gilmore,
continuance by consent.
B. &. M. R. R. Co, vs. J. C. Bond,
Sarah Kindt vs. John Kindt, et al,
default of all defendants.
E. G. Dovey, vs. City of Plattsmouth,
C. II. Parmele vs. James M. Patter
son, Treasurer of the City of Platts
mouth, settled and dismissed at de
C. II. Parmele vs. James M. Patter
son, treasurer of Cass Co, motion to
dissolve injunction sustained, to which
Mary M. Parker vs. Geo. Parker, de
fault. David Foltz vs. Elizabeth Foltz.
alias Johanna Foltz. default.
Andrew Tyman vs. S. N. Merriam,
petition and bond filed ad approved
to remove cause to U.S. Circuit Court,
and on motion of defendant, cause re
moved. Harvey M. Raunsaville, vs. S. A. Os
born et al, default of all defendants.
Wm. Lutton vs. Geo. Baker, and
Jane Baker, default of both defend
ants. E. G. Dovey vs. Philip Roichart and
Schoeman. On motion of plaintiff
sale set aside and re-appraisment and
Weeping Water Notes.
The schools begin next Monday, for
sure, under the management of Mr.
Odell, principal, and Miss Calkins of
Eight Mile Grove, assistant.
D. D. Martindale was in town last
Chas. Fowler has removed into his
residence in towa.
Our western mail driver has come
out in a new sulky.
II. G. Race of the firm of Fleming &
Race, is in Chicago buying goods.
Jas. McFee, who has been very sick
for several months, is now much better.
Miss Isa lieed has returned from her
visit to Illinois.
Miss Alice BcArdsley has returned
from Lincoln, and is teaching in the
Brookins' school house.
Reed Bros, have just received an im
mense stock of goods.
Mrs. Woodford's nioce, Miss Prizer,
from Brighton, Iowa, is visiting Weep-
The Methodist Sabbath school gave
concert exercises last Sunday evening.
Next Sunday evening there will be
a Sabbath school concert in the Con
gregational church. Subject, "Our
Beautiful Home." The exercises will
begin at half past seven.
Qiiackenbush Brothers, formerly of
Red Oak, Iowa, have purchased 13
lots near the depot. They have started
a lumber yard here. They are young
men of means and are going into the
lumber business very extensively
With the one we have, run by Dean &
Folsom, makes this place headquar
ters for lumber.
Mr. Fitzgeri.ld, of Plattsmouth, who
owns a large tract of laud here, made
us a visit last veek. He speaks very
highly of our improvements and pre
diets big things for Greenwood.
Messsrs Clark & Worsley, of Red
Oak, Iowa, paid us a visit. Mr. Clark
owns a fiue farm near here. They
were both very much pleased with our
village, aud were some hat surprised
at our growth.
James Cannon and M. Chevront
shipped two car loads ef potatoes this
Mr. Fellows, of New York city has
purchased two farms near the village,
and taken possession and gone to work
to till the soil.
Mrs. Green has just received and
opened up a stock of milinery goods.
Oh, those hats and posies look so nice!
Messrs. Foster & Hohan have re
turned from Chicago. Mr. Foster says
the clothing and dry goods will begin
to come soon. We knew they didn't
go for fun.
Mr. Cbapin, of Ills, is here visiting
his brother. He is very much delight
ed with this part of Nebraska.
Mr. Hills, of Illinois, is looking for
a home in the west, and seems to think
this is the place. He is about buying
a farm of II. F. Swanback, who is
agent for several nice farms.
Mr. Kenney, formerly of Ashland, is
moving to town to-day. He is a plas
terer by trade, and a good one too.
Our saloon closed to-day. Reason,
want of capital. Nubbins.
South Bend Notes.
Ed. Herald: We take pleasure in
dropping you another line from South
Bend, by far the best Bend on the great
old Platte. Our geographical position
is one which gives us the preponder
ance over other points the large amount
of rich fertile soil that surrounds us,
the many able farmeis who are telling
this soil with such telling results, the
large cribs of corn, the commodious
bius of wheat, oats and barley and the
tSrogs c J w?rgri, the brisk f sol trezjjs !
of the many thronging our streets dai
ly, all this with the encouraging pros
pects we have of a bridge at an early
day across the Platte, which will con
nect us with the beautiful fields and
fertile soils of our neighboring county,
at a day not far distant will make our
city one of no small repute; even now
'tis said R. R. statistics fhow that
we ship more cars of grain, cattle and
hogs, than is shipped from any other
point between Plattsmouth and Lin
coln. This speaks well for our mer
chants, it shows that they are men of
energy and business.
R. Decker & Co. shipped 40 cars of
corn from this place last week ; Streight
and Pinkham also shipped quite a
number, and still our streets are full
of wagons loaded with corn. We are
almost persuaded to believe that this
is a corn country.
C. II. Pinkham has built a neat little
fence in front of his house, and there
are others here who have just as good
a right to build fence as he has.
Uncle Jason Streight spent several
days with his sons last week, looking
after his interest in farm and store;
has made some grand improvements
on his farm near town in the way of
setting out fruit shade, and orsamen
Some one said there was "a stranger
in town last Sunday, but I guess it was
nobody but our P. M. with a brand
We understand that R. Decker has
closed out his interest in the drug and
grocery store to J. G. Romine & Co,
who, I presume, will continue the bu
siness in first class style. We think
they ought to give the Herald an ad,
as it is the best paper by far published
in Cass Co, and if they believe as we
do they certainly will, for to be suc
cessful in business we must use print
ers' ink, and the more the better.
Campbell says his shoes don't hurt
his understanding as much as they
used to, we guess they don't as he has
II. J. Streight who has been quite
unwell for several days, is able for bu
siness again We are glad to see you
on rising ground, Hank.
Our city marshal says he does not
mind buying new churns, but he don't
want anything to do with them after
wards. Mr. Mattison has the finest pie plant
we have seen this season, we are very
fond of it, too.
Our summer school commences on
Monday under the guidance of Mr. Ro
binson, who is said to be a splendid
teacher, he has taught here before; we
hope he may have the aid and support
of all interested and that he will ac
quit himself with as much honor as in
We are sorry to say that Mr. Bruden
has very sore eyes.
Mr. Lazenby, one of our druggists is
always on hand with a snpply of good
Our hotels and boarding houses are
all full every day and night, we need
mere hotels or else additions built to
the old ones.
Sam Quigly & Co's sweet potato bed
looks fine. Sam says his pigs are old
enough now to to take care of them
selves, so he is turning his attention
more particularly to the gardi-n and
sweet potato business. M.
From Weeping Water.
Apuil 22. ISTi.
Ed. Herald: Lucile seems to have
things her own way as correspondent
from this part of the country, and not
withstanding she has proved faithful
in sending you notes each week, yet it
seems to me that she has not had a
very good faculty of presenting the
bright side of things.
The fact is that there is no more en
terprising town than ours in any part
of the state, nor any place where so
few stores sell such immense quanti
ties of goods as here. Messrs. Heed
Brothers haTe the largest store in the
country and have filled it so full of
goods that it is almost impossible to
Now, it seems to me that such an in
stitution as theirs, which is not only
an ornament to the town, but a bless
ing and an honor to the whole country,
might receive at least a passing notice
from your regular correspondent.
I, at least am determined to write
the town up a little, and if you see fit
to publish this, I may favor you with
a letter once a week.
Iteed Bros, is the oldest firm in the
place, and for the past ten years they
have faithfully studied the wants f
the community and in endeavoring to.
supply these wants have each spring
bought such large stocKs of goods that
many of their customers have said:
"Well, Reed, you have got stuck this
time, you will never sell all these
goods;" but eaeh time all such prophe
cies have failed and Heed's judgment
has been confirmed by the selling out
entirely before goods were out of sea
on. This spriag is no exception to the
rule. Their immense dry goods
shelves, ten feet high, are packed full
of goods lying endways, and through
the center of their spacious room ev
ery available spot is covered with dry-
goods boxes, on which are stacked den
ims, sheetings, tickings, cottonades.
prints. &c., &c Not only this, but all
the goods are marked at such low
prices that you seldctn hear a com
plaint from any of their numerous cus
tomers. I should take pleasure in describing
their entire stock of goods, could it be
done iu a reasonable space; but it is
out of the question, for they carry ev
erything needed by a farming commu
nity, except drugs and some lines of
hardware. Dry goods, notions, hats,
caps, boots, shoes, rubber goods, wall
paper, stationery, trunks, queensware,
glass ware, cutlery, wooden ware, gro
ceries, &c, &. They -have also a large
stock ef the celebrated Wilson Oscili;
ating Shuttle Sewing Machines."
IIow they can sell them so cheap
seems to be the great mystery. Cer
tainly no one in this county should
buy a seying machine before they have
exitrnhjed thrse vent! erf al maeb.'res
and obtained their prices. They will
save any one at least twenty dollars.
I should think they would advertise
these machines in your paper, for there
must be a large number of the read
ers of your paper who live outside of
the limits of their trade who would be
glad to avail themselves of the very
low prices they offer.
When I commenced I intended to
tell about some of the improvements
going on, such as the new hardware
store, &c, but my letter is already too
long and I will leave it till next time.
Sabbath School Assembly of the North
west. The fourth session of the Sabbath
School Assembly of the Northwest
will be held at Clear Lako, Iowa, com
mencing July 15, and closir.g July 28.
The full course of the Chautauqua
Normal Lessons will be studied in
three classes, Preparatory, Junior and
Senior. Text leaves for each course
can be had of the undersigned, at 25
cts. for the Preparatory and 30 cts. for
Junior and Senior grades.
The most eminent and successful
workers will be present to teach and
illustrate these lessons; the most elo
quent and celebrated speakers will oc
cupy the platform; there will be lec
tures on Microscopy, Astronomy,
Geology, Physics, Didactics, Temper
ance, Biography, Travel, etc, especial
ly in their relation to Biblical Study
and Sabbath School Work. These lec
tures will be illustrated by brilliant
experiments and costly apparatus. The
management design to make this the
most profitable and enjoyable assem
bly ever held at this delightful sum
Address all inquiries to
A. F. Townsend, Cor. Sec,
Walerloo, Blackhawk Co, Iowa.
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the picket fence.
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furnishes Fre!h, Pure Milk,
Special ealls attended to. and Freh Milk
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tS-Shop over BOXXER UTADLES, on
Has just bought fut the
NEAR WEEFIXG WATER,
From Chae A Tewksbury, and with an entire
new ruu of machinery, is prepared to
furnish the best of
FLOUR, FEED, &c.,
At all times.
Mr. Allen has been Nine Years nulling in this
county, ami is welt known as a good Miller.
li?Ue takes possession the 1st of May.
A. H. Jackman & Son.
Shippers of Grain.
C2rSpeclaJ attention glveu.to all kinds of Cus
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Wheat. No. 2..
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Uarley, No. a .
Latest new york makkkts
New ioRK, April 23
Gold at par
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Chicago April 23.
Flour, 3 2a(u.4 50
Com 31 i
Native Cattle 4 omgS 20
Texas Cattle 2 lKrj 70
Hons 3 50(&3 7
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
A Vi'iinWc Diaveovcrj
;tl Nrw l parluic in iirf
iftl heitnee, aV.tj cutlnl
ai.d srilte!y r&trrl
tve K( tf (l v 1'at fhr pfcd
ai ( jtrn;"!.f lit Cure di
Seminal Emionona A
j lmrotcrcy h I U only
rlpal flrat of the liwa, acung I.y Vti- rpUoiv and ejur-
Annliratinn hi thr i.rrn.
ulAtorj Ducts, 1 root: at ttlardvud Oft lira. ThnuM
etiha XaVinciiy atte.--dci mih bu iain t r icm!en tace.
It la qnicxly lisoWd and aooit Bbork-d, pr'-dar an
immediate toothing and rwlorafhe iTcx uhi il-.e -
uai uud nrnruut oraiiuauuu wreck-! frm ,l-.i.u
e J vxrcsc, ctopptn t!ic drain in-in te kvtn:, iv.u r
infhe.rrv.iia to hralth mmi aound mrinrry. rv ovirg
tae tiraneaa of Siirht. Ncrrt u Jrbiliiy. Co:fu.aicn
of Ideaa, Aversion to Soccty. ).. c. a! t. apfH"
anri mf premature old rpo . nre.nifai yi tiii
troub. and rrtturin prt-frit Pexu V;tr, wi-.rnt u has
b-rn dormant turyvars, : r cf t- m: incut hai i4h1
thct'ltin rcry severe ea aud 1 rut prut ttum-f-d
nieces. Iruga are too mm h pr"nbd In tl.t-nc trouble,
and, at many can bar witnr tn, muh but Iht'e it ae
pcniinrrf t pjod. l-t-ci i Nimcno fbnt tli!t Trrrwra
tin, Praciical o'jj-ra' mn r ta!lrs u t. ptivlr am an
tee that It will jrWt satiafact on. During the eilit
ycaritnt it ha k en m fEvnerat tv if havr t!.onai l
vt titimiaiiiW to ! value, a- d i is tnw cot rc d
ed by the Medical rrufo-'tn to to the xitc t rational
mean yet dijroven;l of iee-XirK un n.rin iki vfr p:tv
alent trntihie. that i c!l a n t b-c ihe ruit ct"uiitn4j
intirry tof many, and if-i whem Quacks pry wi.h
theirur' nttnttn rnd t feKJi.Thr fct-mrdj i ."put ua
ru a irat L t, r h ui'( t Itifct n t;ioti. p i4 ern? i a p-" in
wmpptr t mail -lied fr S 3.-Twrt boxr. (u!titi.t to
etffi 1 a p-Tinainrt-tcuri- unle in ptitc tiitii $9 Tlirce
buxra Wctinif thr.rj fu'l inotih. n i ! r , .:-.... ,d
re r vipor. in Xltc eorttfMM. -f 7. Tull DIHCi I02H
for usirifif will aonewpany AC Jt-OX.
' Send for a Uevanptire 1'ampM.rt piring AntmeV
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPG.CKEMIETS
Market and Sth. Sfs. ST. LOUIS. MO
A Inrce. mw ai.d ("mnlete Gtiid? to
! Wedloc. oo. iiunini;. witn manr
I o.lir. t it It'KnwiiiC Ciauter: A
e-Mripetri.C Vo't-tttanSood, eirctin A
K Fl 23 rT,nr,t. contact. b'.c auJ inc.mpaa-EJJll-xlLlIlXg-s,
A3 '- feft-ri.ii v in uincn, cue tnd
ir jt im' tit , Aur.Ei ' bridcjcruaiiii, Advire to hij'band,
A ivire to m-ivca, 1" rut :iut;o, ii cu , CeU hacy and
Nvr.mo'i? conipar d,Ceupi lnt.t. Conception", O-n-tVishirnt,
Ivee and 0unJp, J ij--riiment to Marriage,
in mule aui fr-mnle. Science ot Jl'iro1uctioii. Single life
rnidarKl. Ut of laxriaifr. ..aw ol Divorce, right
cf marsed w-) n, r c, incimii'ig Diaoasra peculiar to
Women, their enuvca end traln:n A book for private
a r?idernteraiinjr. ! 30 pa4, villi iu.iiaie -n-
Ci-aT-t; 1, ftcalcd .T ffO CC44S.
-Th Private Medical Arfvtser,"
c-n ' tiurrhcr.i iont, r mrture,Vnr!PC,:4,
.,i ! on pcTn..tor:'.cea,cxuil Dulaiity.a; t Im
J"c.;:nry, f re't-abiMi a d Kitt' . cAnting S tiiineJ
i. iit--,N rrniKMct. Av.-rv'n to Society. "wi!fnoM ut
1 lta, l.ricld my, limn.i-f c irh'. Ici-t-i-.c .M n?ory,
loM i-t cxuul 1'o'w y, e'c. rifiiu? Oiarritii" tiprirr
or - Sen-.y, rj" " rr.-t:i d pr- nnrv
T-i..i.1e re-ipt f r tVi cure t pr;ta'.c (ll.-. c ;
Sa.e. ever L J Llotf, & J cc:.
S lv-e rn ITanhood and V otnu.aoft-1, IT crfej cr
a l t.ir-e ia r-ne !. Umit! vh:iic, 'i ry cwntaui
("O !!;. n:d orrr liK J Tlu.-lraticna, etnb'-atii cvvry
tWinr on the rTra i fvtcku that H worth knowing. anI
irmcn thr-t bot p.iblnh d in anyfthrr work. Ti i m-bin-d
voiune is poaii.Te'y t ie bct Tt pular MtOui! iUok
p::S'..ihcdt and I iedis-it;;Ul at-r ftti4j U cm have
t'n.rmuwy tcl;:nd'd. 1-e Authc r ij a t ciprrjtriced
1 ;iyic ian ofimr.y yiTt practice, i v ell k'iw,) end
t'w tdvice 7 aad i.i::c f ,r tr r:?it r.t lail dwn.wtil
I df. rnd f -et Talne ta tora iufWrtnt? from it:.purtticfl
e f u Ktl-14, ear3" rrrur,tt ipor, or a;iv I t. uuiiut
trorb'rt cMir.r L:idr the bcd c t ' Private" or
OJiron .e ditroi Sut li --n- o"-vmc. or rnnplrre
i. i m, fr Trie? in Mr-ptj-, S.'vcr r ('iim-ricy. (CotnuJ
I i rt ctii&tIT.:ul, a :. i.:t run p -iiiptiy afl tran t
a- cd viiSont chn ) Addrvssi Dr. Eu"s' Di"?'i
2ry, 13 X. 6ih fct., M.Lias. AT j. (I. itabiised 1347.)
i, 4 For al by New Dealers. AO-Nl 3 wanlaj
V PTl. Ti'TTS inv'" ;i p--r.-)r-j Sxy f-m "
R". VTl- i-a; t'l n d iiii i tv.:r i ai. r.:ul n-l Ir. ?.
d hcrcl-y ar-r
y w; l '
ct r Tru
ft.t Urk ii..l hicft'
PriTate, Cbreote and
r r ru a 1 e l)Uaaca.
Cnntu Italian free.
l,Klir aad OcnUe
uvn. eod one dollar
for utmplea of bei
rubber enod, aod
bv rxprt. .Uclia
ble V male Pul, IS
pr bux. lrlute
botnft a-nd B'r (or
Ladies during con
flnemetit. A uew wurk. price f0
cm br mail. Mrce
tie of Namr. fhy!.
olnwy tit Warri. Or
Itniirt ff O'tiTarioa,
ltcc- of Vuutb aad
UaiibMd: a avith of
choW am tlukhie In
foraiRtinn, cf lntrt
to both ii-iri, Sothtna
olTrnidve to cord t.n.te
and rennctncDL Inl'f
mstlnii uer before
pubtihed. No family
tttotiltl he without it.
C"AJlni", lr. A. O.
OI.IV 701 ( Inrk
iiiirty aiJ f-rrii!y cuffl. s aio-!-.
Jo i-il'licity. Stud txop
for full tr(icyiaMu Vr t trltoo,
, a3 3. Clara MM Chica, I.U
1.1. All".b.r.n.4a: r,
W. H. BAKER & CO
riavlng purohasod the
Stock of Goods
Formerly tv. ued by
Will continue the business at the old stand and
will be pleased to fee all the former pat
rons of the houe and hope by
First Class Stock
In Every Departniemnt, and sellins on close
margins to merit and secure a large ell are of the
Trade of Cass County
Gire us a trial and be convinced.
South Side Main Street,
(Bet. 5th and 8th)
C. G. HER0LD, - Proprietor.
FIKST F.STABL'I IN 1856.
Keeps a general large stock of
Men's, Youth's Alloy's
and has Just received the finest lot of
French and English Silk
THAT EVER CROSSED THE MO. RIVEIt.
His different styles of
mats d Caps.
are surprising, and hie stock of
Furnishing Goods !
Isjlarge enough to supply any demand.
Call and Examine the
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERB.
C . HER OLD.
IUuvtrmtiona, which wtil convince llio mot cpiicai
that thry can be rci.'or- d p-rtwt tnantiood, and B
fitted tor t tlaUf4 cf lit., rev.c c - it ncvr aft?:d. B
-ei.t Pra'.td for !fcjnp t- toy one. St'd CTZZYhv liic
snZfi ." -jbW DYKES' BEARD ELIXIR
fj Bar J T isa.4 .,..RvK'rai.rpBni:-j.....Th.M
.iy fsavlsls-inj sit i.H.til a. aaai ' T asr Itayt aa am in
V"-" J. I i i-in ' iT i l T i - i i r ' -1 L.L.t-i:T3
VatoaaXa . aa-L sU.:,A( i, 1 a 'im.
IID(iDim9tt JFm(t Jltt
We are DSeaaly
Plenty of New Goods,
The iaicireaBSBgdeiBiiaiiid of
our trade5 we have
Bought am Unusually Large Stock
mouey9 give b& op
optsBEBity to show yosa oiip
'GOODS AND PRICES.
lias once nioro "
so is. on ar.fl after (hit; date solo proi-i icior.
Mr. Weckbach having fjone int the Lumbci business I propose t'o rim the
old EMPIRE awhile myself.
Vi'c are Iu almost d;iiiy receipt of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
w hich we offr our frieuds aud the public at
Wholesale s&mi USefail,
at prices tit suit the timf s.
Cashmeres, Alpticas, Delaines, &c.
Calicos, from 12 to 16 Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from 6 cts. a yard upward
The finest stock of White Itedspreads cvor hrouiiht to the Citv.
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonades in
IBot aiad SIioe?
Ifflat asaal Dajsr
and IFwpnisWflag oods
Cpoeepie asad PpovSiona
Or A LI. KINDS.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
I desire to see all my old patrons back and want to hold an uiany of th
preenst ones as I can FRANK GUTIIMAJT,
REMEMBER TUB PLACE. ONE DOOR WEST OF P. tt,
?n'Y FIATTXMOVTff, NEBRASKA.
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