Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, August 21, 1879, Image 1
Don't vou forget it. We will soon Iiavetlic best selection of Piece Cloths ever seen in Nebraska, with prices to suit the times. The lloss Cutter and Fitter in the West. Shryock's old stand. Wescoll & Powells The Herald. The Herald. a i v r. it'r i s i ; n -r i: n , I'LT.MSIIEU EVICKY TIlt'IKSI.AY, 11 i AT -' v. I in. .1 in. i in. I l . PLATTSHOUTH, NEBRASKA. O IP JVI G ZED : On Vine St., One Clock North of Main, Cor. of Fifth Street. ;r l : ..o i"i .ii ..-,(.. i ... .1.1 -l'eo . i I . i n.i 2 7'. .1 i' . i. ...i I Ii.i'il a is . . l' (li 2 7", 4 ihi 4 7-" mm I lie -jo i.o 'i ml . .'" smi liiii.i j o -iimi .,i,n ;( , , ' I l'"l. . K I'l l.'OI l-'IMI IK il lt' in , leol... lri(,'.l tSlH 'IMIII '.",1111 1'IIMI l'l''l ll'lilll. t All Adxvrtisiin; P.. lis Im- f inarTi-i ly. J'-" Transient Advei ti-mi id Hin t be P;il In Advance. o i " !'!ra roii- of tin- II k it x !.r r r s i!e hy J. 1". Yoi no. at Hie l'ot o.ii.'o Nc', lu-pot, .Main Sheet. JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor. "PEIiSEVEKAXCE CONQUERS. 99 (TERMS: $2.00 a Year. Lrd Cksti&a c! 5.7 Pip: in fca!. i Term in Advance: On copy, one yt':tr One ropy. six months One copy, tlirce months,. VOLUME XV. V PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1870. XUMJiKU 22. 1.I i .X t I A SIT A MEM Al U1 M3 i tjsl REVOLUTION! I 1 1 E Standard Singer. $20 Buy this Stlo. New :iTents wanted in every town. S;mile Machine luiliishi d ..II a pplieal ion. si In be forw.i.l.-d with order. ;ih a cuaiant. e f bmI faith -the balance, si. t b: ai.l aficr live .lav..' trial. Ku rv inaehiiie warranted, ami written guarantee jrivt-n with e.ieli niaelmiu to keen in order fur two venrs Two machines, one a.l.lr. -. .-..'is: three im-cliines. -r-Vt : four machines sT'i ; live machine.', -clal prices on larjrc orders. r.i;sNs. kmstei: '"(.. I.in3 !-' .V l.T flalk St.. lii':ij.". HI. HEN RY BCSCK DKA l.l'K IN SAFES, CHAIRS, etc., j t:., .re-.. Of All p.-.-H-ripti'tm. METALLIC BURIAL CASES WOODE2NT COFFI2TS Of all sizes, ready made ami sold cheap for ccdi. 21 Y FINE HE A USE JC '4-? is Now i.i:.uy foi: m:i:yice. ORGANS & PIANOS Of l.vc: v lc-.i tiptioii, CHEAP FOR CASH. Tin- (Vlei.ratcil Whittlesey Patent window shade fixtures, IVlMlcte with Holler, for ".!. Lambrequin Window Shades. Ami a I.ar:cr variety of .'li.-nper Shades, of :ill varict io. With many thanks for past pittronae. I Invite all to call mid examine my I.AKiiE STuCK OK Vll f. FI"ltXTI""K AXI rOr'KIXkt PRK'K ! MUCKI 1 f ymi v. ;int any Fire or Ornamental Brick, J. T. A. HOOVER, I.oUIsYI I. I.E. NEBRASKA. HOTEL. CITY HOTEL i i.ATisMDi rii. Ni:n. 1 " ii't c.a-s l.oil'jin; Kmiihs. l'.it l'!;.ss Po.i.d.s.,;. ijoo.i Sample llootnfl Fverx tiling and every comfort A (ioml Hotel can Furnish Al-o, ;o.l Win.-:, t ..... 1 Ki'i r, C.iod Liijii'irs .ool l.oniotiaile. flood Cigars Kept at the City Hotel. l.ly Khi.D 1:00s. l'rop! ietor. tyf A!i'Aii;.r'rurTH!. GO if -.:.. .-i'i';P'--romp ;imr fc.-nVh, or l.tfuil 1 t.i.i I. ".I i nik;ii t tun cii.t-r, lr ;:..: ISitiei a-.iill i'lire Yon. liillei -jj a 111 1 lin: trr 1 Ii If i.' .-. - rt l-t.trri I .In i.-s. or a mother, worn oul witiic :vc :rt rn'toi fnt ynn arr i-imply nilint- If y i m I aiul pir.Uil, witliout cicail Jufcir.-iii-r v. hy, p L-t:- if. ITv m i t-.li vr-.'.'.-n. il liT the t-'.ii; . .;r a luau vZ Ict- '. iiu. .i;ia.ii'-i.l vol k. Ilfii ft.Hee V- I ri'im; lien Yon. ir I : mi". : nil .'r-i:.--r rr-oni py in'ia .-. v..;i;:i ". . -i.. tea ti.c coao. CO ..' i,' . . .. Li'" !ir:; li::ie:- will Kellct : Yon. I ,. i ; i .- : 1 .'-!:'' ! n, r:i t": f e ?n. at th. -:.',nn: V it -rt: ca.J 1.- !-;.t v .i.r :il tMfiia l .: ' -tiiii Cu'iin;; ulihout Intoxl :: r.irieis i-;.- YIi:it Yon NeeI. ''t.- . : '.. rei'l v:-i-. r-.rj- U f- 1 5e, your 11. i v. a:. ' . .;,.:'! jnu .laeuhii 3 v.-ai.ai, IIu;. I.!:t-i v.'. c'vi' !" -eiv l.llc miJ Alitor. Hoe C..l'.:: ! H t!:o v. . test, K;fi-4 awl ltt- J CnT - -f..rc -t?n:i'-Ti,I.;ver finrt Kionorsi up. rt..rt. ;..:. .... :.. ( ;! isl-y i.iA.ri;uiu. It 1 pcrtt-ct. 1'. I. 1 ! 1 - : ' . e nn 1 i: r'-.-i t:' le cure for Jruuk- : . . ' U t -JO I-iU .Aii . a...x . ... i , - . ;: t- y. v. 1 iutfr. N. y. ft ' . V? v V Cathartic Pills C'o!nbini the 1 hriccsf rafliartifT prlnejples in medicine, in propoitii .n.s aecitrately ad justed to secure activity, eertainty, ami uniformity of effect. They are the" result nf years of c an fill study ami practical ex l'rimeiit. and are the iixcf flTeeltial rem edy yet dis-overetl for dis-aset. caused by deraiejeiiieiit of the stomach, liver, ami lvels, liicli reiniire prompt mid effectual treatment. Avk.u's I'n.i. are me-ially np plicahlt; to this class of diseases. They act directly on the liiistive and assimilative processes, and restore regular liealthy ac tion. Their extensive use by physicians in their practice, and by all civilij-d iwtioiiH, is mm of the many proofs of their value as a safe. sure, and iH-rfoetly reliable purgative inedii-ine. IJeiii' -ni .11 tided of the con centrated virtues of pnn lv vegetable tsulv tst.mccs. they are jositivcly free from i-alv inel, or any injurious jiroinTties, and ran le administered to children with icrfet-t safety. Atkii's Puis arc f.n i fTectual mr for Constipation or Costiveness, InoTifres tion, 1 jspsia, l-oss of Appetite, l eul Stoinaeli and lireatli, lixy.iitoss. Headache, lxss of Mrmorj", inmlnoss, liilionsness, .lauiKliee, Khenimitisni, Kruptions stnd tkin Disenses, lropy, Tumors, AVorms, Neuralgia, 'olie, ir":pes, llarrlira, Iysentory, iotit, l'iles Iisjrders of tlio Liver, ami all other diseases resulting from a distmleml prate ol tl e digestive apparatus. As a Dinner Till they have no etjual. "Whilo gentle in their act ion. these Pills are the most thuroirgli and searching rut liar tin that can Ii employetl, and never give pain unless the bowels are inflamed, and tin 11 their influence is healing. Thev stimu late the nppeti'f and digestive organs; they ojxTate t purifY and enrich the IiI.mmI. and impart rem-wed health and vigor to the whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Anl3'tical CheuiUts, Lowell, Mass. te!.i by am. io:rii'i:-Ts rvrr.T-.vriEBE. : -21 ? R .c FIBST National Bank )K PLATTSMOUTII. XKISKASK A, Ul--fKSSOIt TO TOOTMU HAXA & CLARK loliv FtT:i:itA:.l Presiilent. K.o. Iiiivkv Vice President. K. W. .Mi'l.Ai :ni.I. Cashier. Jomi O liut'HiiK Asslsta Cashier. This Pank is now open for buslnes at their aew room, coiner Main and Sixth si cets, and prepared to transact a general BANKING BUSINESS. Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Government and Local Securities p.oronT and soi.n. Vejtositif liecei&rd owl Interest Allow ed on Time (Jertijifutes. DEAFT8 XDZEJVWItT, vaila!le in any part of tlie I'nived States and In ail the Principal Tow ns and Cities of I'urope. a u i:ts r ti tiii: CEI.Kl'.UATKI) khan Line and Allan Line OF STKA1IKKS. 'person wishing to hriug out their friends from Europe can I'ICeilASK TICKETS rl'.OV V Tliroush to I'lattNiuonth. DREW & HOLMES, LIVERY, SALE & FEED STABLE, (.17' THE OLD PA II 31 EL E ISA ItX.) Where as -rood vales may he found as at any stable ii. tou 11. Kis of all kinds, Oouhle and Simile, and Saddle Hores. llofes boarded by tile day or week. Sl'KCl AI. IJATKS TO FAR.UKKS. A teaiii and in.vi k.-pt ferfreneral work. 1 linnl iii, moving, ;.c.) lloises- bought, sold aud trad- 1,..i. f.ir fcnle AliTilv to A. Drew at Stable. i-ointf I Excelsior I3arber Shop. J. C. BOONE, Vain Street, opposite Saumhrs House. S II A V I X C. A N I) S 11 A M 1" O O 1 N J Especial attention given to CUTTING CHILD II EN'S AND LA PIES' HAUL 'J ALL AND SEK 15GONK, GENTS, And f;et a boon in a CLiSAlsTKHAVE. A. Scblegel & Bro., Man tifactiiieis of UnTS CIG-ARS, And dealers in FANCY SMOKF.HS AKTICI.ES. S.V.oKINO and ( MFWINi; T Vj r, A C C 0 s . ieeial P. II AN iS and sizes of CIO A KS made to order, a id s.-st isf.iet ion guaranteed. Cigar cliiijeugs .-old for smoking tobacco. Main St. three dooi!- west of Saunders House. l'l.ATTSMOCTH, XliC. IOIv W HARDWARE STORE. J. S. DUKE Has just oieued sin entire new stock of hard ware, on Xer.t door west of Cbaoman & Sinith's Drug Stoic. A Full Line f SHELF H A KD W ARE, SHOVELS, II A JES. SPADES and ALL (i A 11 DEN TOOLS. NAILS, NAILS. NAILS, L'f thc Key or P'.mid 110PE, POV.'DEi:. SHOT, H RIND- WHEEL-BAEEOWS. A FiilUI.i ie of CS'TLKRV. SH i in! 'iPnt -s to jl'ii'hrs and Cnn ti a tors. All i;ooiN sold as low as they po-sibly ran be ami live. " ' 4!" WILLIAM HEROLD, dealer iu IVAY (JOODS, CLOTH FLANNELS, rniNisiiixG gooda -:o : 0'HOCEIiIEs OF ALL KINPS. Large stock of BOOTS and SHOES to be CLOSED OUT AT COST :o:- Notions, Queenswaro, ami in fact everything you can call for in the line of General Merchandise. CASH PAID FOi: HIDES AND ECUS. Ail kinds of country ' u dt.ee I; ken iu ex chaiie for goods. SAGE "BROTHERS" " Dealers in KTC, KTC, KT Oue Door East of the Post-)nice, riattsnioutli, Nebraska. -: o : Practical Workers in SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, PRA ZIEIIY, cf-c, cfc. 1-u-ge .-ussoi taieiit of Hard ana Soft rumps. Class Pipes and Fittings. COAL STOVES, Wood and Coal Stoves for HEATLMi OR C00K1XG, Al vays on Hand. vry variety of Tin. Sheet Iron, and Zinc Woik. kept in Stock. MAKING AND REPAIRING, Done on Short Notice. VEIi YT11 iya irAIWA XT ED ! TJ I'KUT.H LOW IIOWX. GAGE BROS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS J.L. JlrdlEA, DENTIST, and IIomeatliic l'hysi. ian. Of fice corner Main ard ."ta st's., over Herold's store, rial tsinoutli. Neli. -ly T. It. WII-SO. ATTOKNEY AT I. AW. Practices in Saun ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, Nebraska. 3"illli) It. It. MTMMIAM, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, Plattsmouth. Xeb. Of ficeFront Kootn over Chapman & Smith's Drugstore. :"y R. R. LI Vl.VliVl'OX, M. nivsiriAX & sntiiKOX. OFFICE HOCUS, from li) a. ni.. to 2 p. in. Exaiiiinin); Surgeon for I'. S. I'ensiou. " IIL Vv. II. S('II1HK.K( HT, PIS CTISINO I'll YSICIAN. will attend rails at all hours, niirht or da v. Plattsmoiitli. Ne braska. Ofliee in Chaiuiian & Smith's Drug Store. 2y 4d.O. SMITH. ATTOKNEY AT LAW an.l Keal Estate loo ker. Special attention tiveli to Collections ami all matters ari'cctimr the title to real estate. Ol nee on tid lloor, over Vunt Otliec. l'UUsmoutli, Nebraska. "L'" .1AM.KS E. MOKIMSON. VV. I.. ItKOWNi:. Notary Public. MOISKISOX & ItMOWXK. ATTOKNEYS AT I. AW. Will nrael ice in Cass and adjoining Courties ; tiivessiiecial attention to collections and abstracts of title, office 111 Fitzgerald ltlocK, rtallf mom 11, ITV I I. II. Wlir.KLF.lt & CO. I, AW OFFICE. Heal ltate, F"ire and Lift? In surance .V-'eiits, Plattsntoulli. Nebraska. Col lectors, tax-payers. Have n complete ao-i .0 t of titles, liny and sell real ettate, negotiate J. II. HALL, M. I. VHYSICIAN AND sfKHKoX. OFFICE with Dr. l.lviimston Noittli Si.le of Main Street, between i.tk and 7tU .street'-. V ill attend calls promptly. 4'J 1 i W. C.LCTTKIt. DEHTIST. I'lMttsiiiotitli. Ai'hi asWa. Oiriee on Main Street over T. W. Shryock's Furniture Store. i ATTORNEY AT LAW, nd Solicitor in Chancery. Office In Fitger "1,U:i,"'k' ri.ATTSMOl-TII.NEB. c: ii Allies WAitiii:.v. Tonsorial Artist. PIATTSMOITH Xr.HKASKA. Place of business on Main St.. between -Itli and .Mil streets. Shampooing, Shaxing, chil dren's hair cutting, etc. etc. P.ly C03I31EKCIAL HOTEL, LINCOLN, NET.., J. J. IMIIOFF, P rnprittor The best in the Stat The best known and most popular Landlord Alvvays stop al me ommerciai. LENHOFF C- BONNS, 3Iorniii Dimv Saloon ! One door east of the fcjtr -eitf House. We keep I he b.sj. Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars. .t::iu'. Constanilv on Hand. SAUXDEIiS HOUSE. J. S. (iEEdOEY, - - Proprietor. Location Central. Oood Sample Ilnoin.. Every attention paid to guests. t'.iu.l Pi.attsmoi tii, - - - - - Nki; PL ATTS MOUTH lULLS! I'LATTSMOl'TH. NEI5. t. Hi:!!!:!., - I'lopiiolor Flour, Corn Meal & Feed Alwavs on hand and for sale at lowest cash prices. I'be hichcM prices paid tor beat anil Corn. Pailieular atteulion given custom wot'k. AND MACIIIXE SHOPS ! J'I.attsmoltii. F.r.., Repairer of StKim En-'jines; J'oihrs, Satr and Orist JIHf ha ami sti:aji fitti-!;s. 'roucht Iron Pie. Force and Lift Pipcs.Stcani li.iues. Safety -Valve Jovei'imrs, and all kinds of lirass Engine l i' tings, repaired on short notice. FARM MACHINE H A. L. MARSH ALL t Successor to PROUTY & .MARSHALL. Dealer in 'jiri)IlKSA is:mic AI.S, pvin-T.v h:nn:x sit.ii's. toit.kt .miti- ri.KS. I'AISTS .V OILS. LAMPS mul lavi' r,-oo .-. sr. t t i. ;:'. cin:c- THJ.XKIUKS, T tISAl ' 'O, ''I(iAi:s,Ar. l'uie Vin'N ami I.iu'" For MeilU-imtl PtirjHtxr. '. Vreseriplioiis Carrfnllv Coinoumled day or night. Kemember the place, Mar-hall "P.oot & Shoe" & Drug Stole. WfcpliiK Wat it, - XelirHUa. Vj td - 'X tj 1 -d s v- 3 2 c. o .: o K ii CO S 2 t 2. O I O ? S S CO s 3 "-5 . 13 - CD ' -s CZJ a: 3 T ?5 c3 n 14 a. -- ct T H. A. WATERMAN & SON. Wholesale and Uctail D.-alers i'l FINE LUMBER. LATIL SHINGLES. SASH, 1)00 HS, DLINDS. ETC.. ETC.. ETC. Man, street. Corner of Fifth. PLATTSMOUTII, - - - - NEIi. Still Better Rates for Lumber Ve wid.ity Ag ni fcuiury of il.u j r lnoiHli ..r mo,, iuub cummiAicu, to.fil our De sr. t won-toi fn! inreia.t W wvraji Aat .tv. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .Slat-. 7ireclory. S V DDOOK. I'. S. Senator. P.eatriee. ALVIN SAl'NDF.iiS. I'. S. Senator, Omaha. TIIOS. J. MA.IOliS, Kepresentative. Peru. ALPdM'S NANCE. Oovernor, Lincoln. S. ,L A I. EX A N KF.it, Secretary of State. E. W. LEI DTK K. Auditor. Lincoln, (i. M. II A I JT LETT, Treasurer. Lincoln. S. IJ. THOMPSON. Supt. Public lntruetion. M. DAVIS. Laml Commissioner. C. .1. DILWOPTH. Attorney Oeneral. KEV. C.C. HAllKIS.Chaplain of l'enitentiary. pit. 11. P. M A I'THEWSON, Supt. Hosiital lor the Insane. o Supreme Court. S. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont. OEO. H. LAKE, Omaha. AMASA CUUli, Lincoln. Xerowl Judicial jDisfrirf. S. T. l'Ot'ND. . Imlne. Lincoln. .1. C. WATSON, Prosecutimi-Att'y. Neb. City. W. U WELI-S, Clerk Dist. Court, I'lattsinouth. Coumv 7)irertorr. A. N. sn.LIVAN. Countv Judge. J. D. Tl TT. Countv Clerk. J M P ATTF.Ksi .. County Treasurer. It. W. UVKKS. Slierilf. (J. W. FA I l!FI F.I.D. Surveyor. ti. HILDldli; V N D, Coroner. nil STY ro.M.M 1SS10.K11.. lli:i;Y WnLFF. Liberty I'leeinct. .1 MF.S CKWFOl;D. SouMi P.eml Precinct. SAM'L liU'HAKDSON. Mt. l'lea-alit Precinct. C'iy 7irt ctury. J. W. JOHNSON. Mavnr. J. M. PAT'I FKSON. TreasiiUT. J. D. SIMPSON. City Clerk. KICHA KD VIVIAN. Police Judge. P. U. M I" I! I'll V. fit v Marshal. W M. U W ELLS. Chief of Fire Dept. COL Nl'tl.M K'. It Ward-.l. I'EPPEUKEItO. V. V. LEOXA1ID. 2d Ward-O. W. FAIHF1EI.D, J. V. WKl'K r.d Ward K. C. Cl'SIIINtl. TIIOS. POLLOCK." 4th Ward P. l. CALLAN. E. S. SHAKl". 7'ontinatct J N ). W. M AlISIIALL. B. & M. R.R.Time Table. Talunj EfTeet May 4, 1871). FOK OMAHA FKOM I'LATTSMOl'TH. Leaves 7 :h a. m. Arrives 8 -tl a. m. " 3 :.V p. in. " I- m. Fi:0M OMAHA l'Oi: TLA TTSMOITII. Leaves 9 :!) a. m. Arrives n :to a. m. 0 :!H p. m. - ' p. ill. l Oil THE W EST. leaves riattsmout'i 0 :tr. a. m. Arrives Lin eolu. VZ : p. m. ; Arrives Kearney. 7: .V. p. in. Freight leaves 'J :"Hi a. m. Ar. Lincoln '2 :.V p.m. FKOM THE WEST. Leaves Kearney. 6 :.V) a. in. Leaves Lincoln, I .:' p. in. Arrives I'lattsinouth. 4 JO p. m Freight leaves Lincoln 1 1 :40 a. m. Arrives IMattsiHouth, 4 :.V. p. in. OOING EAST. Express. 6 :1" a. m. Passenger, (train each day) 4 p. m., except Saturday. Every third Sat unlay a train con nects at 'the usual time. II. V. U. It. Time Table ; Takin-j EJTir! Sumhty. Mmrli 1S70. sot Tit. I STATIONS, r. r.v.pta HAS IT N(iS. :'J7 A U. ; :4i P.I. I F. Ill LI. 7 :LT COWLES. 7 :.-5 i PED C1.I ID. S :Jl INAVALF. KM I lil vEK'ION. H:lti ir.ANKI.IN. i) :'.'".;m i P.I.OOMiMi TON". NiKTH. s :S."ain S :(- 7 :4(l 7 :0."i 0 ::t" II :li) 5 :!(am ii, & . i. . riac tabli: WESTWAKU Ex ores' Mail, tmpin t;.:mi ."."am l.'itiu .-,pm t'.piit Oojim Leave Chica'.'o... . MtliJ-jtu ... Oa!rslu;rg ' I'.iirliigloii " OHiiinua " Chariton Cro-tou Ped 0:ik . 0 ..'am 1 'J.'ipiH 4 .v.pm 7 4f:plil a ..( 1 1 1 1 r.ain 4 '.'.'.a in 7 in.uii !) L'Ualll A rr. Plattsiaouth EAST Y A KD. Express Mail. Leave rtattsninuth : 3 .pm .t :;uam Ped oak s (Mipm s .Viam Crcton I'1 .v.pm 11 Plain " Chariton Ii' .V.atit Z l".pni Otlumwa ' joaiu 5 oopin P.urlmuton (I litiam S 4opm " Oalesburg s "Cam lliupni " Mendotal 1- I 'pin loam Arriv Chicago :s :!upm , 7 noain ONLY 'J7 liO' l.'STi) St. I.ol'IS bv the new POt'TK just opened ia MONMOl'TH. PCI. I. MAN PALACE SI. KEPI NO CAPS run from lniilinvtton lost. Louis without change. P.Y LEAVIN'ti PI.ATTSMOI TII AT .". :TM P. M.. yon arrive i:i Sr. I.ol'IS the next eveniiiKat h :Jti. and leavini: St. Louis at s r.t) a. m.. you ar rivt; in Plattsmoiii h :i the next inornimr. Coupon I'iekeis for su'e for ail points North, South. East and Wesr. SAM V EL POWELL. D. W. HITCHCOCK. Ticket Ajjent. Cell. Weslelii P.i.ss. Aent. J. M. P.Ki'IlTAI.. A-.'lit. Phittsinoulh. Tii i; r:.!i;M ;r ai.i.!: HOLLOVAY'S PILLS. '! had no appel ite ; Holloway's Pills gave me a hearty one " Your Phi are marvellous." ' sent! for anot her box and keep them in the house." i ); . I !ollo ay has cured my headache that was chrome." "! jravo one of your I'i"s to iny babe for chol era morbus. The little dear got well in a day. "My naii-ea of a inorniim is now cured. "Your box of I lol low a 's Oinl men t cured me of noises in t he head' 1 rubbed onie of your ointment behind the ear.-1, and the noise has left.' "Send me t o hoxes : I want one for a poor family." "1 enclose a dollar : your price is2" cents but the medicine to me is worth a iloilar." "Semi me live boxes of your l i'N." "Let me have three boxe of jour Pills by re turn mail, tor Chilis a;:.l Fever." I have over ii such testimonials v these but w ant of space compels me to conclude. For Cutaneous Disorders, And all eruptions of the .- kin. tlii" Ointment is most invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but penetrate. with the most searching effects to t lie veil root of the evil. HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT Posses .1 of this KEMEDY. Every Man may be his own Doctor. It may be rubbed into the system. m as to reach aiiy internal complaint : bv these means it cures Sores or fleers in the TI1KOAT, STOMACH. LI VEIL SPIn K. or oth er nans. Itisan Infallible Kcinedv for HAD LKOS. P.AD IWIEASTS. Contracted or Still Joints. OOl'T, EHECMATLSM, ami all Skin Diseases. Important ('action. None are genuine unless the signature of . I. IIaviiih k. as ai;enf for the l.'nited States, surround eaeli box of Pills and ointment, l'.oxes at 'M cents, r.-j cents, ami ?1 each. . There Is considerable saving hy taking the larger sizes. Hoi.i.owav & Co., New York. Slly PAPER HANGING -AND- M- iYIcEIwain, r2 Shop over HOXXf.n i-TAHLES.on PINE STREET. Satisfaction Cuaranteed. r.nic sr n e i oil t& TiTiTle!?, unless 3Iaiirifricturers, SADDLES r.K IDLES. COLLARS. and all kinds of harness stork, constantly on hand. FR UIT, CON FECTIONE Y, AND GROCEKY STOKE, NUTS, CANDIES, TEAS COFFEES, SUC, A US, TO It A CCO ES. FLOUR. remember the place opposite E. G. Dovey's on Lower Main Street. Sl-ly STREIGHT d- MILLER. Mj Future Bride. I'll tell ou of my ureethcarf, A queVn anions the girls ; Her eye they shine like Jupiter, Her teeth are just like pearls. She has a very saucy little mouth, A tiny, snovv-w Lite hand ; A prettv little well-shaped foot Oil, she's the loveliest in the land. Now on her little Hu:rer There is a golden ring, And there's soon to be a wedding Which joy to me will brinj. Heart-Sick. Thon canst not sing', poor bird, thy mate Is dead And all day Ioiik thy sittest on thy nest. In vol-tless sorrow, while thy jfoutle bead Droops wearily upon thy downy breast. Tlioiiih all around thee show'rs of apple bloom In fragrant petal, flutter far and wide. On winds, which, heavy with the sweet per" fume, Seem whisp'rinu word of comfort, as they glide ; Through eaUIny lo thee, from the flow'ry bough. Thy tuneful friends essay ihlne heart, to cheer With richest melody, still, even, thou Turn'st heart-sick, to their notes a heedless ear. And through the shadows o'er the landscape steal. And In the distant west the sun sinks low, Thon set k'et no food, nor ever seemM to feel Aiitflit. save that one unalterable woo. Ah, me ! oar bird, I c.;n not chide thee now. That here to grier thou yield'st thus a prey, Since cruel anguish, greater Xar than thou .Citust ever feel, is In my heart to-day. Something has left my life that mads me glad A glance, a einile, a eluiaeful ifmtle tone The want of which, to-day, hath made me sad, Au.l, midst the beauty, left mu cold and lone Though round my path Danus Fortune seems to strew Her choicest favors with a lavish ban I, And life's r.iie flow'isiu woudious beauty prow And briuh'Jy blossom ueutli her snillo so blauJ. Frhin ev'ry proffer'd pood I Coldly turn, And sadiy muse, and nurse my idle pain ; E.ich joy, that Is, with bitterness 1 spurn. Prizing but that for which I mourn in vain. The nlr of this blight balmy day so sweet To some, is keen as w iut r's icy breath: H-javi'y laden, with its ik-hes tket. It bris to me tne odor, faint, of d'-alh. O'er the fair hillsides bloom the flowerets gay, In all their richest colors briliiiy dressed I look ia sorrow deep, -n.t weary, say : "Who bleeps beneath Ihem only lindeth resL" Dy Mary F. Miller. THE TWO CLERKS. UY WM. L. WIIXIAM3. lii Market siniarc, in tlie pleasant city of Mcnyiioi t, w;us n crockery-ware store, v-i tliL" dour of wlucli was a b.ack i)catin.f in jilt letters the name of iienja ni.ii litbison. For many ycurs tliis i-rock-cry sto'.e liatl been liiere, with tlu rctit jiu licr liaiiing in front for a sign;iu uetd, when -Mr. lluIsoi) first opened tlie store, some forty years previous, lie was i ni lo a young man, a:ul tlie fign over liis duor v aa br.gut uml liaii iaoinc; lut noxv his exe.s had jjiown liim, mid the owner whs i-allcd "Old Hudson ' by all the boys and girls of the c'uy. .Mr, Benjamin Hudson had grown rich in his business, for he lnwl conducted it all himself, and taken care that nothing should be wa.-lcd or lost by neglect, lie had made mistakes, t be s.ire, us every man xvill make some blunders during a a lifetime, but by skillful management iie ijuickiy recovered from them, tjixty lix'e years had begun to bend over .Mr. Hudson's shoulders aud dim the bright ness of his eye, and he found business more irksome than it formerly had been. "1 must haxe a partner," said he one day to himself as lie sat before a cheerful lire. ''I must have some one interested in tiic business who is young aud active, and xvill take the weignt oif my shouiders for 1 do not care to no as 1 used to."' .Now-, in .Mr. Hudson's employ were two young men Herbert lijnd aud (.'hiiiics Sehiuour. They had been with him an eejual length of time, aud had per formed their duties faithfudy and well." Charles did his xvotk quick ly, and had a sniiit xv ay about him tnat made people think ho xvas greatly superior to HwriKrt, who had more quiet demeanor and ac complished quite as much without mak ing a great sur about it. -1 must have Herbeit or Charles for a partner," soliloquized Mr. Hudson; "on xxiiicli can I decide'' They both do very xvell iu the s-tote, but I ou'ht to know something of them out of the store, ami 1 j am ftony iu aaj mai ia .t jiwiijl x nuti; never paid proper attention to. .My ciciks come here in'tue morning and go away at night; what becomes of them over night, 1 know not, and yet I ought to know. Neither of them have parents iu the city; they live in some ol ihs numer ous boarding houses, aud I hope are steady and well behaved. I must sec them in their homes and then decide which shall be my partner. The next day 3! r. Hudson ascertained the boarding places of hisciciks. xvith out letting Ihem knoxv for what pu-p ise. and after supper that evening his wife a ad daughters xvcre somexx hat ajdonishcd lo see him go to the h.dl and put on his coat and hat. "Wle ie are ymi fining, pupa!'" asked Lily, the yoiii:g"M li-m-iiii i, v, rm mind hanlly iciiH ia k r tii i-xciiing xb"ii her i'.itiier had not um i:ie-.l ai I o -l :i . "1 am going to inaivc a ra.l, Lily, on iwo xoung Hit ii of my aeqii :u :aure ; 1 o.'.ll imi lo i'ii,4 n'-iie, 1-. p.,e . .'dr. iliol- i. :iud i i llielu -o..v.-i , c, i.ilined lately starlevl out. Herbert's Ixiarding-houac was the near er of the two, and here. Mr. Hudson stop mh1 lirst. It was a neat-looking house, in a very pleasant street. Mis. liuutin, the lauu lady, opened the door when Mr. Hudson rang. "Does a young man named Herbert Dond board here:'" "He does. Walk in, sir, aud I will call him," replied the woman. "I'll go to his room, if you will show me where it is,"' ausxvercd Mr. Hudson, "I presume he is in itf" "1 think so; he is seldom out iu the evening. You can step up there if you like, sir; go up txvo flights, and the first door to the right is tlu one,' replied Mrs. Lhuitin. Mr, Hudson puffed up the stairs and kuocked with his cam: at the designated door. It xvas opened by Herbert, who looked very much amazed when lie saw his employer, and said: "Why, Mr. Hudson, is anything the matter in the store? Nothing happened out of the way, I hope.'" "No nothing nothing at all," said Mr. Hudson walking in and taking a chair. ! took a notion to call around and see how you were this evening." liond expressed himselt very glad to sec his employer, aud wjiile he took Lis hat ami cane, Mr. Hudson glanced around tlie room. It was an attic room, with dormer xviudoxvs; a good lire was burn ing in ait open grate; a book-rack lilied with books adorned one side of tlie room; the cciitel of the lloor was occupied by a taide on which xvcre xviiNng ina;erials. "Vou look very cosy here, Herbert; but why do vou have an attic room? Ale there none you can have bcloxv stairs?" "Oh, yes, sir; but this is a dollar a week cheaper, and 1 have all the more nnncy to send to my lather, replied Herbert. "isn't your lather xvell oil';'" inquired Mr. Hudson. "Not very, sir; lie used to be pretty rich, but his business xvas disiistious, and he lost a ercat deal of money,"' said Bond. "What do you tind to do evenings ? Does not time hang very heavy f "Oh, no, sir! 1 have hooks to read and letters to write. To-night I am writing Home; tliey want me to make litem a visit, but 1 write that it is a pretty busy time just noxv, but xxhcu it i.- over I ihad ask you fur a few days' of absence,'" iiu swi red Herbert. "You shall have it willing," said Mr. Hudson, ami then he mined: "Docs Cliarles ever call upon youf "No, sir. I have asked him to several times, but lie Las never called." "Are you contented here in this board ing house f" inquired Mr. Hudson. "It is a very good boarding house, and Mrs. lSuntiu i-i xery kind; but 1 hare of ten wished that 1 could live at home," an swered Ilerbei t. "Aud why can't you? lloxv far is it from heref asked his employer. "Twenty-live miles, sir; lather far to travel every day, ami ihcu 1 can't afford the expense,'' xvas Herbert's reply. "What time could you reach the store in the morning f" "At half-past eight, sir.'' "And you would have to leave at what hour in the afternoon?" "At about half-past live, sir." "Not very bad hours for the business. Perhaps it can be arranged so that you can live at home, Herbert I" "Oli, 1 should like it so much if I could I am so homesick here iu toe cily!" was the clerk's reply. "Well, I'll look into the matter, Her bert. It seems a jdty that one who is so fond of his home can't live there, in these times of raiixvays, and fast traveling," said Mr. Hudson, as lie arose to depart. Her bert thanked him lor his visit, and said it would please him to have Mr. Hudson call again. The oM g nf well satisfied w himself: sii-mi oc-couucd ihesl.tiis tu the call, and said lo "Noxv for Charles Sehmour. I hope I shall find him as xvell occupied as Herbert Bond." On his way to the house, which was three or four streets distant. Mr. Hudson's attention was attracted to three young men, who were talking loudly and ac ting in a rowdy manner, pushing each other against the passers-by, ami making rude, insulting remarks to them. It so happen ed that Mr. Hudson wore a white hat; so when these fellows passed him, they look ed behind and said: "Oh! what a hat! Who stole the doukcyi The man with the white hat!" and similar impolite ob servations. As they walked much faster than he did, they were soon out of sight. The boarding house was reached, the bell, rang, aud Mr. Hudson admitted. The servant said Sehmour xvas in, and ushered him to the chamber dxr. Mr. Hudson knocked and the door immedi ately sxvung wide open, aud a voice ex claimed, "W'ell, old felloxv, got along at last, have you: We're all ready for you; hare got tiie " Charles .Sehmour stopped here, and his face turned suddenly pale at seeing, instead of one of his boon com panions, his venerable employer. It was several seconds before he couid recover his speech. "I beg yotti pardon, Mr. Hudson, you must excuse me; 1 expected a friend this evening, ami in the dim light of the entry 1 thought you xvcre he. Vi aik in, bir, aud sit down." Mr. Hudson catered the room, and xvas some xx hat surprised to see there the iden tical three young men who had insulted him on the street; they wire smoking cigars, and had their feet elevated on tho bureau, luantlepicce and bedstead. Mr. Hudson saw at once toat he xvas iu con fusion, uml Jsehniour's actions were pain ful aud awkward, Nevertheless his em ployer started a conversation, and had ben there but a lew minutes when a foot step was heatd on the stairs; the door opened a little, and a bottle of champagne came rolling across the floor, followed by a round Dutch cheese, a bunch of cigais aud t'.vo more bottles. Sehmour iooived dreadfully distressed, but could no noth ing. It was a fouitii lricnd, who had beeu out after refieshnieut., and toiik this facetitious mode of introducing them into the chamber. Mr. Hudson tnouglu it xvas time for him to go, so he took his leave and returned to his heme. Mr. Hudson was not long making up his mind as to xxhich one of his clerks would make the most faithful and cili cient partner, and in less than a week it was announced iu the papers that He rbert Bond was a member of the firm of Ben jamin Hudson Co. It xvas a happy day for Herbert, mid it was not many years before lie managed the whole busi ness himself; and he became a wealthy man. Charles Sehmour knew very well the reason of Mr. Hudson's choice, and he al ways had to regret having formed such unprofitable acquaintances as were ;is sembled ju his room that unlucky night. Oodcj s Lady's Book for September. Is richly laden with good things in Art, Fashion, and Literature. The Steel plate is an original design by Darley, suggestive of the fruitful harvests and the happy husbandmen. A mammoth colored fashion plate is given showing the latest caprices of Damo Fashion, drawn from life and illustrating the first of autumn's innovations. There is a large diagram pattern (alone worth the price of the book) and a large va riety of useful illustrations of drwss for women aud children which will gladden the hearts of the ladies. In literally excellence, Godey's Lady' Book is making marked advances over its fashion competitors, and can al ways be commended for the high pu rity and high tone, ( all its contribut ors. "A Gentle Belle" is approaching the climax, and the "Rosebud Garden of Girls" is increasing in interest as the story develops. The usual depart ments arc replete with entertainment and instruction, and as a whole the September number is a model of com pleteness'. Tho publishers will semi to any address, postpaid, on receipt of 70 cents, the remaining four numbers of the present year,' or for SI will send the full current volume. Address Godey's Lady's Book, Philadelphia. LEADYILLE. From Our Hesnilar Correspondent. Arc. r, into. Ekar Heiiald: Leadville still con tinues to attract the seeker after wealth, and its population now num bers fully thirty thousaud souls. Tho class that is now coming is formed principally of men with means, who are investing in soma of the numerous "prospect holes" around heie. where the original owners are not able to car ry on the work of developing for hck of means, anil are forced to s-l I p.u t for a tithe of what it is worth. This ramp has been Taunted as tlie place for poor men to mine, and it is doubtless pre ferable te fissure vein mine, but tliate is not a paying mine anywhere near here, that has not cost from a thous and dollars up to establish the fart of its paving finalities. Many a poor fel low after working hard for along time and spending his all for food, lias been compelled to abandon his claim or else sell half f it for a very small uiii, and in many instances for a grub sialic or in other words some man furnishes him with food while be works fur an interest, by which they are both doubt less benefitted, but the perrentage is largely in favor of the inonit d man. Leadville is improving rapidly. New buildings of a more substantial kind are being daily erected. A large brick Opera House is being erected which when finished will be the Ingest and finest ia the fctate, or in the entire West. Fine reidtuces are being built by mine owners and merchants, who have sent for their families, thus ad ding to the permanency and beauty of the place. The First National Bank has nearl3' completed a fine cut-stone building, the proprietor of the Claren don has just finished a fine brick block, (the first brick building of any size erected in Leadville, for we aro em phatically a city of wood and cloth; tents off all sizes, shapes and colors be ing nearly as numerous as wwoden buildings,) and tlu coimact has been let for several more business blocks. A short time ag Hie Court House, a tine large wooden building, was set on fire with tho intention, it is supposed, ef destroying the records of the coun ty, the building was partially destroyed but frtuuateiy tlie records were all saved. The County Commissioners have since let the contract for a fine largo building with fine proof vaults, ou which work will commence next week. The collection of taxes levied for improvement purposes has been caus ing as much trouble here as in I'latts inouth, but the Leadville City Council pursued a different course, to enforce the payment thereof, from any I ever heard of. At a regular meeting u re solution was introduced to discharge the police, firemen. Citv Clerk, street Commissioner and in fact all citv ser vants, leaving the town without any government. After some discussions this matter was laid over for a weok for the purpose of giving the delin quents one more chance to settle: up; the Mayor and Council aiguin thai they had been elected by the vctf .-t of tlie people, and if the people would not furnish the means for transacting business they would bring that, mat ter to a sudden close. During the week the matter was discussed ami consid ered by every one as it was evident the Mayor and Council were determined, and the result was that some twelve thousand dollars of assessment xv:is paid in. This action somewhat molli fied the Council so at their next regu lar meeting the old resolution with drawn and a new one introduced, pass ed, approved, and signed by the Mayor making it unlawful for police to heip. or assist, or protect iu any way those delinquent in their taxes ; also order ing tne firemen not to assist in put ting out iue3, should any break out m tho property of such delinquents; ia fact debarring them from all the rights and privileges of the city, and making them praeticnllv outlaws. You might suggest this, method to the Piattsmou. h City Council and let them consider ( ?i it. The rain j- hea.son, which here nl wars precedes winter, has commenced, and we have rain every evening and for the last two days all day aud night too. There is a great demand here for fe male help, house-servants getting from 87 to 5? 1 5 per week ; dining room girls, S40 to SoO per month ; cooks, S-jU to per month ; laundry women from fcUO to S13 per week, and all other female help in proportion. Leadville has no graded school as yet, and teachers in the common ward schools got .-?yo to 8100 per month. But I must close for the present. W. B. 8. Outside Notes. Mi:. F.ditoi:: Thinking perhaps you would like to hear a little of my ram bles, I heartily send you a few Hues. Tecumseh, the county seat of John son C. is a flourishing town. The County 's well supplied with wat.r and timber. But what took the .shine oil everything else- was the line horses of Mr. C, of several different breeds, and raging in weight from a three year old Colt of 100 lb.3. to a full grown horse 225 lbs. Some 30 miles west we arrive at Blue Splines, also n fine town. "The Springs" are situated at the north edge of town, where those in the laundry business can rinse their clothes with out a bottle of Lluing. Thence to Otoe Reservation is an easy drive, we find fine lauds, good timber and good water (being strongly impregnate.! with co perasi. an enterprising people who are erecting a better class oZ buildings than often seen in the first settling of a country. Itussi.in Settlement, Jeffer son, Co.; found a smart wide-wake people, with good substantial houses and barns under the same roof, wiili I ood farms and abundant crops. Their) .i .' extensive now er garaens, i tiiiis; no. omit them must be seen to be appre ciated. They are. superb. They have settled and built on each side of the road with a house about every quarter of a mile. They have a good school house with english school and their ....... X .... . .. .. I . .. i 'I' i . : .. li. uhii i.inju.ir ai i i i ii.iu. i lieu xxeiio average abiJnt 15ii feet deep, some ofj them wa'.er their stock by LuiMiag a dam across a "draw" and while tlu-Vi then have abundant water for their j stock, they alo have abundant !i.-h for tho table. And now for Kansas, what a beaut if ul ami lovely land, the most beautiful to be found in "four states." Ilollinsburg, this is a fine thriving lit tle town without a saloon, but backed up by a splendid tarniitig country with tall and waving eoi n, ur.surpas.ai. I even by old Cass 'herself. Fli nty of land and water, sfon and timber. A littto back from creeks aud rivers, the coun try is remarkably. level, reminding ono of Darby 1'lains of Ohio, but on a much more extension scale. Moin; Anon. CO K U KS L'ON I) K X C K. Luella Items. Kdward liichards has purchased tho farm ot woss tionlon, ana win soon take, possession. II. W..ink, who returned from Kan sas ill ashpit tini'j since, is fast re gaining his usual health and has ac cepted a school for fall and winter. his duties commence tho 1st Monday in September. Isaac Middleton. of Luel' t. antici pates taking a short trip west so-.vi. Wilkt Folteng. r, (our enterprising young farmer ), was married August 1st to Miss Sal lie Dowers. No lud'se tra.tes at Luella this week. Stacking is completed and farmers are threshing. Charlev tlattcd to go to Sutton tl.U week, missed his destination and struck Dowler's. Y W. .ink and Lady move to their new home near Mainland this week. How about Township rganization Y It is uot a question of success, other states have proven the success of Town ship organiz-ation by experience. Tho quest inn is. do we need it? and this question can be decided by the will and judgment or the people. The be lief of tin: law of Township organiza tion being unconstitutional had much to do with the result of the election, when this question was submitted to the people of our county. If is defective, xvill you not publish it and state in what particulars it is de fective. . A Who docs Dr. Black expect to run into olfice this fail? Is Limber Gtm a forty-s' coud cou sin of the Burlington Ilawkcye? We would like to know if the min utes or the institute will not Le pub lished in the IIkrai.d. The teachers of the countv win-were unable to at tend the institute, would be pleased to have the proceedings even ni a con densed follll. UiiPOUTF.Il. Who is WT.lett Fottcnger jr.? Wo published township rganization law once. It is 20 columns long, Don't know v, ho Dr. Black wants, limber gim is i elated to Jk:nUti he told us so, himself. Avoca Notes. Kn. IIr.!iAi.i: All coming along .well. Weather a ti ille, too cool. Wc have some feara of an early front. Har vesting is all done and threshing is go ing on. I can not "yet tell what will bo the average yield. I do not think wheat wiil go above 10 bushels per aire. . Corn seems willing to justuy out high expectations. All the people seem m f xrcl.ent health. No dot-tors h r: account for this. Long may they stay away. S. S. llolverstott has b'.-cn down to Johnston county attending I he funer al of his wife's mother, lie returned las', night. Bepoits well of Johnston countv. While he was gone a young man staving at Trumblc's, Frank lock bv name, did his chores. Whih: taking" one of the rows in fiom the lariat she became frightened and ran. In th'3 excitement or tho moment bi-i lug became a lariat stake. Now, Mr. LJiter, it would h iveuot.'j vour heart Lood to have seen that h g Inn rv after t hat cow- steer him self ho thrust the ether oae straight backward and away La slid. Away tlcxv the shoe and on sped our hero. After sleighing away about three hun dred feet The rope, slipped off his foot and ho rose and gathered his scattered ideas; for if anybody . doesn't think that sul'.icient, to scatter ideas, well, then, let him try it. Thing happen by threes 'tis said. N'o, two occurred to Iladiock, thnsly. He and a young fellow and two of Trumbln's bovK went to Weeping W -ter Falls iu abuggy. The former two roile iu the back seat. Some ono rode up behind, which frightened the colts on tho bug-y. Frgo L'ave a quick plunge, and unseated our two Inend. into the road behind. Hadh 'k was picked up senseless. Water and cam phor was obtained from a house nc:;r bv; bv their aid he soon came to. IIo thinks that he had gained such a ve locity that his senses, being immateri al, could jiot be stopped by terra firma as easilv as his bod v. I will write vou of No. 'I when it oc curs. TeH t's orchards has L ts of "wis itors:" 'tis said by night as well as day. Ne plus. Avoca Kati hum. An impromptu mock-auction sale of xvonieu was amusing and proiit.ible, at first, iu a Wisconsin chureli-i'air. The young laeu bid liberally for the iittmctivc giri.,' iiiid it was all very funny indeed until a homely btiP inihieiitial sister xvas put up. 1 lie auctioneer xxus compelled to kuoi k her down ut 2 cents, and she xx as bo Hilary that she put on her things aud xveii t home. As an indication that theie is io lack of employment in Maiue.it is said that recently 'o taen xxere advei Used tor iu that State to woi k on a i.dhoad, and that in ten days only Ixventy-Iive re sponded. Nnxr; Xov;oi:oi Fait.. The great market uf the eastern world has been held at this jum tion of (he Volga and Oiga Rivers in Russia, every summer for hundreds yf years. Here the na tions of Ft i rope and Asia meet with their products for trade. Cossacks", Chines.-. Turk :ir1 l'er.-ian meet the (lerman and the Cieck with every va riety of merchandise that mankind employ., frura sapphires to g: indstones, tea, opium, fur, food, tools and fabrics, and last but not least, medicines. J. C. Ayer ,v Co.'s celebra'ed leinedies from America were displayed elegant Bazaar, where the Doctor hiiu self loil.t sometime. be seen. They are known and taken on steppes of Asians v. cm as th- pr.tiiiia of tho West, and are an cf.Vct ual antidote for the diseases that prevail in tin yaoi.ris of the North as weii as tha huts and cabins of t!:?' western continent. L'.n ccln !!!. Timet..