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U ER A L.D.
'"uj ivlietc VtM caa buy cheapest," is
pHHi enough ndvice: lut we notice uo'-v-udavs
most everybody buys where he cun
?Ir. Henry James, the novelist, is now
only o'J year old. He is a native of New
Yoik Citv, having- been born there in
The garden ?rs in t!e J;u5in des ria:itos
in i'aris, have employed sulphate of iron
tjs u remedy lor tlie ycliowa in the peach,
"JIiusty is the best policy, but keeps
man very poor," said Oieggs, the gro
cer, while lie wet the augur without put
ing any sand in it.
Mr. Donald O. Mitchell (Ike Marvel)
wrote his "ltcveries of a IJaclitlor"' ;n a
farmhouse in New York State. Mutt ol
bis writing was done at night.
Statistics show that th'j American peo
ple cat more butter than bread it least
the Value of the butter aniniIly con
sumed is greater thuu the yearly t.upply
A relic for old furniture hunters a
Bpinuing-wheel used in New Kngland for
ppinning flax 150 years ago is di.-played
in the window of a Broadway store, New
Sheep fed upon dry upland pasture
arc, beyond nil question, the best for tlie
table, though for tlie fanner's pro;:r, the
luxuriant grass of the fields pushes them
Mr. Charles Dickens is compiling a
"Dictionary of London," which aims at
presenting, In a concise form, an intelli
gent ipitome of every kind of practical
information r.bout London.
From two s?t3 of experiments, one con
ducted at Nancy and theotherat Mcttray,
L. G rondeau has for.ned the conclusion
that atmospheric electricity decidedly
promotes the fructification of plants.
The Scientific American has just dis
covered anew substance called urai.ine, a
single grain of which will color three hun
dred gallons of water. -This will lc glor
ious news to makers of circus lemonade.
"When a man commits a crime, it is us
ual to say that he belongs to one of the
best families. If the same man runs for
office, it will be found on the opposite
Ftump that he belongs to oCe of the worst
The education bill submitted to the
French chamber by Minister Jules Ferry
aims a blow at the Jesuits, declaring them
unfit to teach in Fiance, by reason of the
essentially foreign character of their doc
trines and aims.
A sheet of paper dipped in chloride of
cobalt when tlie weather is to be dry and
pleasant will become blue. "When wet
weather approaches it will become pink.
The barometer llowers of Fiance are thus
A hasty, passionate fellow was supping
with a friend who never contradicted him
not wishing to incur his wrath. Unable
to endure this aottiescence, heat last burst
out '-Zounds! Deny something, that I may
know there are two of us."
Jones' friends visited the artist to see
Jones' portrait. They weie welcome; but
the arti-t said, '"Don't touch it, it ain't
dry." "No use in looking at it then," re
plied an old gentleman; '"it can't le
Estimated cost of Paris exhibition build
ings. 50,000,000 francs; estimated receipts
21,"i0 ,O',')- It is ei. cted that the gov
ernment and municipality will indirectly
derive a revenue of about 100,000,000
Dr. Schmidt, a professor of Athens, "has
worked thirty-four years on a map ot the
moon, which is now completed, and it is
confidently felt now that this vw man of
Greece knows quite as much of lunatic
topography as the man in the moon.
Basket willows are warmly recommend
cd by a German otlicial for the planting
of the slopes of railway excavations and
embankments, especially where the soil is
loose. On one of the leading railroads of
Prussia thev have bjen tried and found to
Newspaper correspondents should avoid
unpleasant personalities, and never s-nd
an item the force of wiiich is understood
only by themselves and one or two others.
A newspaper is in no s rise an ambuscade
from which to pepper somebody with
A keen man of business sends his 90:1
a chip of the old Lhck on a trip round
Kuroj e. tharg'ng hir.i to note his impres
sions of the di'.leient cities he visits. From
Madrid the young man writes: "The
river, the Mauzanares, is always dry. No
money in the milk biz."
A congress is soon to assemble at Lyons,
France, in which the origin of the Gauls
will be discussed. Delegates from all
branches of the Gaelic race, including
Helvetians, Iberians, Ligurians, Ombri
uns, Iklgians, liataviaus. and Cretans are
expected to attend.
An important discovery of Roman
sculpture belonging to the second century
A. D.. has been made at Neumagcn, on
the Moselle. Their subj.-cts are of
much interest, indicating among ottier
matters that even in those days vine cul
ture formed the chief occupation of the
dwellers on the Moselle.
T. G. Young has analyzed the atmos
phere of the celebrated Grotto del Cane,
and finds that it contains tl.:j5 to 71.0
ht cent of carbonic arid, and that the
residual air consists of oxygen 20.25, and
nitrogen 77.75. These results differ con
siderably from those obtained by other
The peculiar disease in which the pa
tient imagines that everything around
him is steadily ami irredsiibly approach
ing to crush him out of existence is well
known to physicians. An entirely oppo
site phase of nervous affection which man
ifests itself in a dread of open spaces
agoraphobia has lately attracted the at
tention of Dr. Lcgraud der bauk.
A plant christened electricca, in conse
quence of its curious electrical properties,
which are to strong as to cause sensible
Ehocks as from a galvanic battery to the
bands of any person attempting to gather
it, is described in a Belgian horticultural
journal as growing in Nicaragua. The
needle of the compass is said to be affected
by proximity to the plant.
A little boy, whose father was rather
an immoderate drinker of the moderate
kind, one day sprained his wrist, and his
mother utilized the whisky in her hus
band's bottle to bathe the little fellow's
wrist with. After a little while, the pain
began to abate, and the child surprised
his mother by exclaiming "Ma has pa got
a sprained throat?"
A. frood and cheap rack, in which to
place fodder for sheep, may be made of
rough boards nailed at the corners to
scantlings. A good size is 10x2 feet
Two boards, one foot wide with a space
f nine inches between them, constitute
the sides and ends. The edges of the
boards next to the opening should be
rounded to prevent injury to the necks of
Vegetable isinglass, which ha3 hitherto
been "derived from Eastern Asia, is now
extracted from French seaweed, and made
useful in French factories. It is, in its
crude state, a yellowish gelatine, but
which, after repeated experiments under
the auspices of the Industrial Society of
Kouen. ha lcen successfully converted
into what'bidn fair to prove the lestsizing
lor cotton cloth known.
IS IT CURABLE 7
rrtnOSE vho have irafferJ from tti Trtot? Sfll
-L complicated form of diM awnmed by Ca
tarrh, and hare tried many iliylcin and reire
dic wllhoot relief or cure, uwait the anaworto tbW
question with corialderable anxiety. And well they
may fur no dUeaaettiatcaabemrntloned U v uni
versally prevalent and ao destructive to health a
Catarrh. Bronchltl. Asthma. C'ouirhs, and aeriona
and frequently fatal affections of the Innjri follow.
In many Umtancee, cae of alinpl but .neglected
Catarrh. Other avmpatlictic fttrectloDt uch as
daeaa. Impaired -yelR)it, and Iom ofaenae ol
tmMl. may he referred to as minor but nevertheleaa
erioua results of m-nlected Catarrh, bad enough
In tnemaelvea.bat aa nothing compared with th;
danseroua aSecUona of the Uirtoat aid lungs likely
IT CArJ BE CURED.
1Teanterred. Therein no donbtnbont If. Tha
Immediate relief anord-.d by Sasford's Radi
oai Curb ron Cat RF't Is but a slight evidence of
what may follow n peraUtent nsa of this remedy.
The hard, IncruMed mutter that has lodged In the
oual nasaaire la removed with a few nrpHcatlona
the ulceration und Inflammation Subdued nj
healed: the entire Tnemhranonallnlni.'gof the head
are cleansed and pu'l.lcd. Constitutionally Its ac
tion Is that of ! ru'-v'f''-i pnriryliiif aeent, destroy
Injr In Its course througu tfie system the acta
poiton, the destructive Hfc-eut In catarrhal oifceaaea.
A COMPLICATED CASE.
Gentlemen. Vvcaae Is briefly M follows Thara
tad Catarrh for t- n year , tacli year with lncrea
Ina; severity or nine years I had not breathed
turouKh one nostril. 1 had dropplnifs In the throat,
a very bad couph, asthma so bad as to bo obliged to
tnkearcmcdy lor It at niKlit before beinjr able to lie
down and skep, and a constant dull tialn In tor
bead. ly hrtl was ct times bo fill of catarrhal
matter as to injure my srnae of hearing and compel
Die to ri-t up several times la the nlgfit to clear II
and my throat before I couli ficep. iver-oce of
these (llstrtfclnn svmptonis hns disappeared under
the ue of not quite three bottl of Banfobd a
IUpioiC'-ri. My hearing Is fully restored. I
have no ntlimtlo symptom-, no cmnh, no drop
rlnirsln the throat, no headuche, and In every way
tetter thnn I laro been for yearn. 1 could feel the
effects of tlie CTbr on my ippetae. on my Kidneys,
and. In fact, ev-ry part of my system. W bat has
been done In ray case Is wholly the effect of the
IiAUtOAi. Ci'R. Very respectfully,
i iTCBflCso. Oct. 14. C. 11. LATVTJEKCE-
Indorsed by a Promineat Druggist.
Tbereby certify thtt Mr. I-awrence purchased
the Kadioal C'vbb of me, antl from time to time
made ine familiar with hit-, case. 1 believe bis state
ment to bo true in every particular. ...
riTciiBiKo, Oct. it. jas. r. CEKur.
Eae pnclraee contains Dr. fiar.f'-rtl's Improved
iDhalinK Tube, nnd lull directions for Its use In all
cases. Vrlce, $1. For sale bv all wholesale and re
tail dmifirli-u and dei.Wa throughout the United
States and Cr.nadas. WEEKS foTTER, General
AjjeiiU and W holesule Druptflsta. Boston. Mnae.
An Electro-Galvnnlo Battery combined
-with a bigrhly Medicated KtrenKthenlng
Plaster; forming the let 1 'taster for paioe
and aches iu the AVorld ot Medicine,
Pr. E. M. Ttlker, Jilontgomcry, O.
Urs. Frances Harriraa:.. Orlanrt, Ma.
Haaktll Lewis, tsq., Mllford, Del.
Urs. Kichard Gorman. Lynchburg, Ya
J. H. Sammis, Esq., Winona, Minn.
Irs. J. A. Tui7ie, Memphis, Tenn.
H. B- flooch, Esq., Osweuo, Kan.
Jr. Willard ColUr.s. liurksport. M!.
C. TV. liostwlck, Esq., !t. Sterling. O.
Mrs. Eliza Voun;. Cambrlilif. Mass.
Francis Itakcr, Eq., Cincinnati, O.
Mrs. J. M. ltoblnKn. E. OrrlnKton. Mo.
K. fahlvei iclc, Ksn.. Iudcpendent " Office, N.T
Jirs. Eliza J. Duiiield. Hume, lit.
t-eo. Gray, Esq., Montlcello, Minn.
Urs. Chas. l: ui)dg, Woodbull, 111.
"W. H. II. McKinney, Morrow, O.
llrs. R. L. Stevens. Fort Wayne. Ind.
Vim. S. Bimnis, Madisonville, Ky.
lre. E. liredell, Bt. Louis. Mo.
ilorUuier Lvon, Esq., Kan Francisco, Cat.
And hundreds of others.
COLLINS VOLTAIC PLASTERS
CtiTe when all other remedies fail. Copies of let
ters detailing some astonishing cures when all
other remedies had been tried without success,
will be mailed free.so that correspondence may
be bad If desired. For the enre ot Lame Back and
weakneaecs peculiar to females, Collins' Voltaic?
Flastkbs Mt superior to ail other external
PRICfT. 25 CENTS.
He earcfnl to call forCoLLnrs' VoLTAIoPlAmt
lest you et some worthless imitation. Sold by ail
wholesale and retail druuglsts thronifhout the
United btates and Canadas, and by WEEKS U
POTTER. Proprietors, Boston, Mass.
THE HENRY F. MILLER
Ar1 not only frst-clu-s Instniiucnts, tnt llii.s
CstaHi-tlniirnt "''' '"' J'lsliy ret;;iHlcd
us out "f the le.idiu-4 l'i:ino-Krlc
ilanufru-torifs tif the
IN THE CONCERT HALL.
Purine tlio Season of IsT.VlKTt; tlie Henry K.
Miiler I'iauo-i wnro ueil in lUxion ami vicinity
in more t li tu 1 '45 'oneerts.
Season of 14T7-1TS, oneerts.
Season f 1st- 1-7 h Montli ol Ictolier. 3.1
Coneerts; .Ion til of ove mber, -. l oiicf ris
Xme tot fir fl'iss Pin mm cnnl'1 gain .!t7t nn-
THESE PIAXiJS HA VK UEVEIVED
The, Highest Praise
Most Eminent Musicians.
of late 1 have lial many opportunities of
uiiiifr your 1'ianos anil ran say vmIIi pleasure,
they liave n j superior in Anienea. ami my '"'it;
evpei iene' abioail jnsl llien me m p!:ifiiir them
ahead ol any Inreiun lnsiniineuts of tlieir kind.
t'lIAS. I!. AO-VMS.
Mi'.ilame Koze and tlir oilier rt'st of my
ron i pan y are delighted wil li t he "M i'ler" l'tano.
foritsnelj purity of tone, ami the wonderful
manner in wlm ii it eustaius the voire.
In lieha'f of the riarnaliee Coneert Company,
ami pal ti'-ul.iiiy mvelf as tlie pianist of said
eoinpanv. I wish to express many thanks for
the beautiful! ir.-uid fiiiiios of your manufac
ture, with w hich you have furnished us so far
this season. With your line instruments con
cert ?ivi"!i neeoines a positive pleasure aim ue-
o fay we all tl us
ilOW'AltU M. Potv.
I consider no other "make" with which I am
acquainted, can excel it in any of the qualities
that constitute a perfect instrument. As an
r.ceompaniiiietit for the voice, 1 know of none I
vuld prefer to your.
Mrs. I?. K. II. Carter.
I take great pleasure in recommending the
Henry K. .Miller 1'ianos on all occasions where a
first-class piano is desired.
Mrs. II. M. Smith.
I have known the T'irinos manufactured 1y
Mr. Hem v K. Miller for many years and I do
not hesitate t say that they take hi-h rank
anions the fiist-cla.s instrument of any of the
best makers. Car I. Zkuk.viin
I consider the Miller IMano superior to all
others in that mellow and sinking niiulity m ac
ceptable for v oice ace. mpauimei ts.
.Mrs. K. A i.i.n K Ost;oot.
"e were delighted with the l'ianos of your
manufacture winch we used during our recent
lour in the I'nited States their charming sing
ing qualities rend i-ring them espeeiaily desira
ble for accompan ii;u the human voice.
llIK OltKilNAL, SWKKISII
World's Intematianal Exliiliition 1876.
This rstahlishment was th only one out of
mole than forty l'i:'. no-forte exhihitoi's. wliieli
w as det-ieed in n vv A i. us for its single ex hi hit
of l'ianos at tiieCenlennial Kxhildiiou.
ThU t'!.s Ihf. onti) E'-tablinhmrnt iMt Ilrcrircd a
Spfcirl A 'rardf'ir ti yew Invention
Tiie Faicnt I'ednl
oil i' iii
UXXL J X I JU.
nave received tiie endorsement of th
Slato of Massachusetts
CITY or BOSTOU.
Then arc LEADERS munvj the FOREMOST
PI A SOS f.f THE WOULD.
KEWRY F. MILLER
Boston, Macs., U. S. A.
JAMES PETTEE, A g't..
siT" 'il"'""r-'-'ir:iJ" - -l j
ii n nr
The M.vsox & Hamlin Ohoan
IxsTRVCTou is tlio title t)f a New
Work aiiHiiffetl expressly for the use
of Scholars by Mr. Trowbridge whse
Musical ability and Ions connection
with the Company has eminently fitted
him for tbe work which ho has been
so successful in arranging; the studies
are very progressive and complete and
tlie collection of music throughout is
tine. Our Musicians arc'a unit in rec
cotumending it. IJooks can be obtain
ed at Mr. O. F. Johnson's Drug Store.
James Pettee, Atrent,
4itf riattsmouth, Neb.
M HASOWABB STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has Just oiened an entire uew stock or hard
Next door west of Chapman & Smith's Druj;
A Tull Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, XAILS, NAILS, by the Keg
ROPE, POW D ICR. SHOT, GRIND
A FuMXhie of TTLi:iC V.
Spa iaJRates to Builders and Cun
AM eoods sold as low aw they poasihly ran be
and live. '
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED AOAI-V,
New, Clean, First Class Meat Sliop,
on Main Street in Fred Kroeliler'f old stand
Everybody tin hand for fresh, ttMider meat.
ETC., KTC, ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for rash.
With many thanks for vast patronage. I invl
invite all to rail and examine my
LA IK 1 E STOCK OF
40tf. KlRXTftK A.l) tlOFI I
Wayon, Buyyy, Jfuciiie arid Plum re
jsairiwj, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and ot her machinery, as there
is a p'vo.i lathe in my shop.
PETER RA U EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He is well known as a
.o. t WORKM AN.
Xnv Yi'nsonw ami ISnicH made to
SATISFACTION OVA IiANTKKH.
Shop on Sixthstrect oopojiite Streiaht's Stable
r- . -5
i- s S
- CD Zf. o
UPPER JAW BIT,
Fop breaUins ami driving Colts A
Kenderfn'r t'afe, manageable ,md plea-ant to
tlrive all kicking, pulling, chyiiix. stumbliui' and
TUG Eest Bit to Breai tlie Colt,
teaching lilm more In three hours thaa can be
tan-lit in three davs with--any other, niakin,;
lniu trot faster and racier than lv any other
process vet known. One trill lit l for years to
linniUe, tiny nuinlicr of hnrres or alt.
Anvoiif! desiring cafetv. comfort or speed,
should bv all means use tfiis Hit. For carriage
horses. Kivi"K them Mvie and comfort, it is in
valuable, lilt, liand ami Loops (all that is re
nuired to handle any horse or colt aside fr.Mii a
coinmon harness wilh Hide rherk rein) will be
ent anywhere, with full direction. for ndjui't
1n and ne. vostaae aid, on receipt of is-. If
1 O. orders , ire sent thev must be drawn on
"Station L." New VorU fitv. Liberal arrange
menls made with the trad.'. Agents wanted.
All pei-Hons are cautioned against infringing
this patent. Address
19. V. CARIXTOA,
SoHtliwest corner I'-'lst Street and 3d Avenue,
New- Vork. "l
ICE EN AN & GRACK.
Retail Liiinor Dealers.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTSMOUTH - - NEB.
Also Billiard H:1I and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old ilace,
Stoie and saloon on Main St. two
doors east of the Post oflice.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, dC, AT BOTH
Itemrnihrr The Name and 1'Ihre.
21,y Keenan & Grace.
Cliicap BnrIiuton & Qnincy R. E.
LET WEEN THE
East and West,
RuimiEg Through Cars
CONNECTIXO WITH THE
Union Pacific Railroad
-FOR A I.I, l'OINTS IX
T M It ) U ii 13 V A U S
KANSAS CITY. TOPEKA, ATCHISON & St. Joseci
And the SHOTJT LINE to all points on the
MlSSDl'KI. KANSAS ii TEXAS, ;i:id
hoi stun ,v tex as ckmt'.al
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
C., 15. & . DIMXO CAKS.
BY THIS KOLTTJ3
All information about r:ite- tif fare will le
cheerfully j;iveu by npiilyin to
V. W. S.11ITI5.
Jiinirt II. M001I,
V. D. JONES'
Aain takes t'.io
Brick Livery Stable
I'EATTSMi; tTH, - - -M-lUiASKA
The old r.mner Stables, in I'lattinouth. are
now leaed hv Wit. O. JON ES. and lie lias on
liand new and h.uul-oii.e acrtuuiu.itlatioi.s, in
tlm shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGE, BUGGIES,
I am prepared to keep IfOI'SES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Colta
On Hea--o:islle Terms.
That with jilenty of room (tliat every one
knows 1 havei iu my stable. 1 can pel I"ai nli'
stock and wagons, loads of hay, ic, under cov
er, where tht"v will keeji t!ry.
Tiiankintr all my old patrons for tlieir liberal
ity. I solicit tlicii'trade for tlie futur, satisfied
tliat I can accommodate them better und do
better b them tlian ever before.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand,
HEARSE I FUNERALS.
T-A-Ikie: uotice i
I want all of my accounts Mettled to date,
nn-1 I shall do no more credit business. AH old
accounts must be settled up. and no new ones
will lie made, t'nless such accounts are settled
slmrtlv thev will be sued.
I wish lo'do astiictly cash business in future.
4;1y I'lattsmouth. Neb,
All kinds of
FA KM IMPLEMENTS
Neatly & Promptly
Horse. 3Iule& OxShocing,
In sliort, we'll shoe anything that har
fonr feet, from a Zebru to a (Ji ruffe.
Come and see lis.
on Fifth St between Main a?d Vine Streets,
just across Ae corner from t tie kkw 1IEKAI M
C.rf Z L 1 T
LI V FRY, FEED AND SALE STA
BLES. Corner Cih and Pearl Sts.
mv, ivci:k, on .moth.
SOLD OU TBADSD.
For a Fair Commission.
TIMMS AT ALL IIOtKS.
raitieular attention paid to
Driving antl Training
nil Momnlr. lUhit b"lnV.y ad BI7
nanA. l.'W; uu f" Uy. ntuuf
fur Lrtitilm-. ln Ci'wi.
tHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE "5EOGRAPHY OP THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE
r-w ka 1 J , k'S- TI1IC u A O Til BT TU C
CHICAGO, ROGSC ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT C0SXECTIM1 L1SK IJLTWEEX TIIE EAST AXD TIIE WEST!
Iut main lino runs from Cliimpn to Connell r.IufTs
anil Umiihii, iui-mid! turi'i;!i .l-rliet, OitJivn, l.iv
t-allo, tieneseo, MaKne, lUi-ii l:;!:.n '.. l).-vcniiert.
West I-ibeitv, .m:i Citv, JltiieTij.i. Iii-;M.r.!yn,
Gritinell. mid JVs Ji.c'.nud. (ti." c:ia:ul 01 l--)
with brunches from Uiuvmi Jut:;i:.n t r-i-rm;
Wilton Juncil"n ! Mascatmo, v ashmaton, l'::ir
liclj, i:Ulim. 1!. -l!:n:ip, C'-nti'-V::ie, l nno tnii 1 ren
tim, Jai:ntiii, I umeroii, I.uuveiiwortli ii:c! Atr.itsna;
WashincH'n to Sinuruey, iskulonti and m.xviilc;
Keokuk to 1-uriMii.uluii. l' iciimrt.-'. J(i-nt(.nspi.rl,
liidepentli-nt. 11., !tt'tmwtt, i::ilyvi: le. isk-i-luf)--n.
l'ellit, Monrim. tin-i Ires r-lelns: Ii s jf'.ini-s
to lndinnoln au l Wiiiti rsct : All.oi'i-.? V Ai!luli-n
and Avi'cii to llurluo. 'lliis is pniiivcvy i.-j only
Kuilrouri which o-. nr, contr .N ninl :T.it'' B
throujcii liDe lietwren Chic:! un.1 inn.at.
This Cotupnnv own and font ml t hi lrblT.in?Carr..
wliieli nre liiterir,;- to none, und aivo your, il niil-j
berth between t lii'':-.i mil ("o!i"fi! !luir. l.e:ive!i
wortli,or Alt liion torTwnliilliii s a:.d I-irty C'et.ts;
and a oection l.-r Five IViliars, v.ii 1 :il :!i;r I In. s'
chaive between the ":.i-;o point . t hri ti Hollars lur
a double berth, m.d S;ic Dollars f.-i 1 nect .011.
What will please von net T. ill b tn.j eusMro Ol
enlu) inu' your i-o.u's. hiie paxin-oivt r !hi be.iuti
iiil prairies ol 'Illinois Iowa. i!i ;:eor our n.".;'
ritHcent Uiniminiid i:f':uira':t t '. hat nc-on:inny
all throueh Kxiu es T:-..ii:s. You Kt-t I'lioi:. ir. iui-al,
as (tooi as is t-evved in any r.i.-tw -s hotel, lor
scrent v-t've ci-nis ; ory mean urJor i-..-t y-JJ ue,
and imv for k hut y u i-.-t.
Apprei iut in-' the huti hat a majority i'ie pcophj
TreK-r sopiinito ap.nt.-e.eaia f-.r uJTi-i.-. it -er;ic.-s,
(and tlio enormous p:!s.Mi.e.-r lmin"!- r tins mm
warrnntiiik.' it.) we ;ir pl.-nsi- 1 So nniv.ii.i--e tn.it ill is
Company runs its f.vl.Ai K l.Er.l'I?.' t A: f'-r
Sleejiintf puri'osi-s, :iuu ii.- 1 .w..i 10.,, . a.-
lor tauuit purpo
1M1U OLLiCi lt.Ul IIUIU
IT.rK CAKS ar- run thrnuah to yEOBIA, 5JKS MOI.VES, COVXCIL BLUFFS,
TTl"3lSx-lTtlS'Z CJ.t Kocli I.land Koute," are aold by all
Tli-ket .Weill. In lh I oitfil it-jSK n-l Canndii.
r liUorniatiuu uot olituluuUlo ut 1 our livuie tlcVct ofliee, ad.lroiw,
Dexter, Dexter King and Dexter Queen
CARRIAGE SPRINGS i
Are Unsurpassed for Uasy Riding-, Durability, and Beauty.
PieZr Munv TliniKniwl
Send for Circular Giving Price
and Full Description to
i) n a 1. Kit in
Sole Appointing Agmtfor
Tlie I'nrivnlled Iu-on V ii:'.si:Iin
Also, the Steck, llrnry I. Miller, and Ilallet
t'utnston l'ianos for Cass and Sarpy counties,
'eL. C ill and see
SAMPLE I XST 1 1 U M EXTS
at ofTice. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Will do well to examine eur
Xcw 3Iason & Hamlin
WAVERLY ALLEU .
.Has ju.it bought fut the
N'EAlt NY EK PI NO NVATE11,
From Chase A Tew ksbury, and with an entire j
new run of machinery, is prepared to
furnish tiie best of
FLOUR. FEED, &c,
At all time.
Mr. Allen has been N'ine Yearsmillin; in this
county, and is well kuo.wi us a gooil Miller.
Jiflte takes possession the 1st of May.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE t
' SfeP-v5f4:ir4!iil Dono with Neatnessl Dispatch.
fciHv' Jrf -'US?!r;:-:.s ''"'WZfiiJi-l i e onlv rilaee in town wliere "Turley-s pat-
f-sZ&tttTiZ-,-&&i-1;y;Sfr ?j-"ii" cut self adjustable horse collars are told "
'-mmmMsIm paper hanging
Jt;fi- -riyf:m , A N I )
our Paco Cr.rs la a SMOKINO PAIXION where
you can oujoy your "llavuna" at ul! hours ot the Uny.
Mm-'iiitltrnt iron ri-n!i:cs span the Misis.ippi and
Misou i nvi : -a c t all points c ros.se J by;this line, and
trail: firs are uvoiiled t Council lliutls, I.eaven-v.-oith
mi l AUliiion, connections beina mailo lu
thu ri:iN iP r, it. n. connections of this
GKKAT 'l'iilU'.U LINK AUK AS FOLLOWS
Att oTAtio, v. itli all iliverning lines for the East
and S- .ut '.1.
At l.Nul.Kroon, with the Lake Shore & MIchtRan
Southern and I'itt.-buri;, Kt. Wayne A Chlcuco K. Kds.
At Washington Ili-.iours, with l'ittsburs, Cin
clma:i . i- t. l.ouis !f. 1c.
At I v t-ALLH, It ii lninni Central It. It.
At I i itt , with V.. V. J.. P., I,. & U.i I. B. 4 W.t
111. Mi-ilandtar.il T., 1'. W. Kailrouds.
At IJiHK I!.am, v.ii'.i Wcj-u-m Union It. It. and
Itoi !: l-!aud 1'eoria liwilroads.
At I'AVLSi'uw, with tlie Uavcnport Si North
At Vw'lst 1 tnrHTV, W.th tha Burlington, Cedar
Ii.i;.i's it Noili.fra 1L It.
A CHIVE: I., wit'iT'ent-tl It. K. of Iowa.
A I 1-i.s Mol.-iKS, with 1. M. A. Kt. KodceH. R.
At CoNCiii ii! I'l'f s, with Union Pac-ilic It. K.
At ( MAiiA. v.lli li. .'i Alo. it. 1;. It. (in Neb.)
Atcoi.t ' r.rii J cNi T'.oA, v.itli liurliM;tou. Cedar
lte.ploa A .Nort'u rii K. li.
At ('TTM'.'. a, with Central K. I: of Iowa; t.
l.ouis. Kaa. (.'l' ii 'o.it:.era and C 15. & Q. Ii. lids.
At KKOKCK. with Toledo, Peoria ninl Warsaw;
Wabash, mid ft. l.ouSs, lieokui' A N.-W. It. Kds.
At l'.F.vr.id.v, Willi Kan. Citv, St. J. & C. It. It. it.
At AiVllistiN, wild Ate'iiison, Topeka A Santft Ke:
Ateliisoii ,v Noli, and Cen. Lr Union l'ncitic K. Kds.
At liLAVEN WUKTH, Wltil K. I". ulid K. Cull. 11. KdS.
Ijun 1 A ut, tiua I'ass srr acl.
TVnw in TTsf.
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and De.ik rin
ETC., ETC., ETC.
J-ff-Pliop over I'.OXXER ST A TILES, on
Sal isf act ion Guaranteed.
O. F. JOHNSON,
WALL. FAB EM
Ail Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
I'rcscriptioxiM Oaro fully i'onjpontnleJ
t3" pn riSpoi-iciire-d IfrnKii'i.
r,EMr.MHEK THE PLaCK.
6th ST., DOORS SOUTH OF JfA IN
Pl. TlMOl Til. i:k.
Tliey Invite Everybody YisHing Onialia, to Call and
Examine their Large Slock.
SM87 FAR NAM STREET,
o:m:a:e3:a., - untie
Prom a riireshins
AND VAY DOWN CHEAP.
m u ti n w u
The King of Plow Sellers.
Corner and M;iin Sirects,
IS HEADY TO TALK TO THE EAILMEES OX
IZcu -roivs, C vilt L i 'cclot -s,
Siiovols, Lioes, Spades, and Haiul-rakes,
Buggies find gpririCr Wagons ,
All kinds of HARVESTING Machines,
Mo wqi'S, J?.cnpcr,'s & IfendorSr
Vibrator Threshers, y'vl''
has comt? iionic.
Antl he has brought the finest line of
3ress Goods, Staple Goods, Fancy
"Goods and IS otionsyou ever saw.
fics by else acic9 fots anad
Ib till j&u ret
laaty aeacl caps fill
yH must hny.
Spring and Summer Goods eyer and ever so cheap
Now is your chanco bound to sell and undersell anybody. II tiny
tip. I irmnt to go Eat again nrxt month.
Are yon goisig to Paint?
THE BEST 127 TEE WORLD IS THE
.. Geo. W. Pitkin Co
Send for Sample Cards and Trice Liits.
.If j ,
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FOR PARTICULARS '"etrn-"- ADDRESS:
11 . TV
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S3 1 11 Ui&t Strsi CbiKM, LI
Co. Cleveland, ohio
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