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Attention Everybody! 3Ir. Wescott, the Senior Member of this firm, went East after one of the Finest Selections of Goods in Our Line, that ever crossed the Missouri liivcr. Don't fail to see
! 1 he -Herald.
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pcllisiild kvi;ky thuksday,
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t v." Aih.rt!t!ii: Pills Dm i i.lMi.ily.
O IP FICn:
O- Vine St., One Blor-lt Nortli or Main,
Cor. of F:fili Street.
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c-a c ,r:y"r,p:ri2:c G-EatjJ JN0- A- MACMURPHY, Editor. "PERSEVERANCE CONQUERS." TERMS: $2.00 a Year. in;;ri' 1 vhl,li": "
Term in Advance: : r- :- t, ;l c,..,ieS of ; 1
oo": :.uti;;: ! VOLUME XV. PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1870. XUMBEK 127. ;V. ' : ; kt i: " 1 '
e co.,', three nn-nths, 0 I ' Main s.ie, ..
lUWHIM ! I IM MMIIIIIJIJ II I HIIIIHMIIIMiai II If " MIWIHI "' '
20 Buys this Mjle.
........ u ..,...! in pvcrv town. Sample
M. ci.ii;.- ImitislH-U aillie:it ;en. i to b
f 11 -!i:iril.il v :th order, iis u Ml:l a"" p ,,f tl""'
Mlth thi' lt.ll:ttM?. SI, to he i:tlil after live
I.ivt trial. Eteiy iii:ichitie v ;irr;ii:teil. mat :i
v. i itteii irn-il :'.ntee liiveii w i; is e; Hi I n :n"h i n to
in i.nl-r fr two vc ar Two iii;ie Iiiiics.
oii- -.ntdrev. : three i.uehiiies. : tnr
I Mi hines S7II ; live iii,ielj:tlis, r-peeliil
I'l icos tn large orders.
r.vusoNs. fostei: n..
rins l . 1J7 l:u k St., ( hiriitro. III.
HENRY BfECK "
IlKALI K IN
FT''., FTC. K IT.,
O 1 Dwripiioux.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
.irv fisl: hi: a use
v , Vrj.t
i-; .ov i:kaiy i k .- i:i:vk i:.
ORGANS & P1AH0S
)f K-. t t v I 'S -i i;i ion,
CHEAP FOP," CASH.
Tin v:-!'t-:.N .1
V.'IXliOW If A PL' FIXTURES,
('..;. iii'.. ': 'a;:!i Ki-Iii-r. for i'.i-ts.
Lambrequin Winilcv Shades.
Ai'.il :i I.::ri;i-r v.nifl v "f "!i.n; r s;i.,.l",
of ;:!! v;i! i' ! ii -.
V..li in:ii y tli.iiik-i for i:i-.t ;tlior.:i". I
i . i it iol to c:i'l i.iiil r:niii-:- luy
i..k; i: si'i u'K K
juik k: r.iiicx:
1 f mi iint any
Fire or Oniacienta! Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
l.nUlsYl -.:, - - XEI'.XASZA.
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
i-i.A i rsMorni. nk;;.
J ii '. t'i.-f J'.oiir!'-
:.io : :
Kvt; M;ii'r ai"l imtv mf-.n
A'viod Hotoi can Furnish
Aisj. Iliml W..H-. Cooit li.'i-r. :.-m.. I.!.4:j.ir
tltiiiil Lriii:!iii-, !oo, ("i:.r.
Kept at the t'itj rlotel.
n:y Fi:i:i. t;os. rn-piicri.
Ilm run stand r.-st jiili iiii-Tcr msili,
B A .pom! iir.rti a ft Ifnpo, Puchn, Mnilrakiv, S
h- l.lel I'nr! r. I.Ivcr Iicul,w, ami life H
li it. I llc.iUi lU.'U'i ir-W A,;ci-tcniart!i. H
U lj ra- or ill hal:-i c-i Tv.if!r loncp pT:.f M
! !jvi:.iii'o;trt .iiiS. I
E Tir7 gl acw life n1 !r r to lia ictiuj lafrrTn.
i'i:: i r. T"Tiii ! Ml' t Miiu!art.ii'U l:t.tcrj'J
Lj - ' Uikali.ai.li ilajut lut okaiins.
R Vo fntt' r -hat yoar f-'t ;ir-a ct f rnT)foTr-i are
,w!'.t T li. -lifl tr a:l:::nt it. u .-" I:ij Hti-p-B
iAiiwail nnl-.l T- o 11 ri' if !- 1 til if v. 111 nn' v f . '
k lilt or In: TJ,1--, l.rt tho r:'t:;'.'a, lillkuy!
fi'savo voiir Lta. It fTOd Lun Jr. .: t. "
B 500 will lirni't foract- tl;cy v iU nn r-i-r or fl
Li -ii :;. iwi: "NU-.Ti!iTutvmri-i( n-j-juiiir, but
and orv t.'a to ujo liou ii:U -s.
R RTnpm' r. H.--ir;jrr.4i?iio v.l. ci w '.('raclr- fi
i.ct woaic t5:l iluj. ' , :
ilor Cocoa CriE !. ! -ctoft, s-iTost and Uest.5
A.- k '..Jr. a. I
Crh- Tri P'.r.f-.rff'ii h.I.ivTnn. E;fln-T..ii.f. 5
J D. Z- C. l'inn'-9or'it''r'iir,r''-:.';t!!'Tirpf'.rdrxiiik
S t- L i cf cp.LL't. tobacco
fo!J It Jrji.li. l.'rp I-.iiUn S!';. Co. Kjcbnkr, -.Y.
r :i ...
Is a fotMiHiiunl i f tho virtues of snrfrilla,
ti!!; nriii. mati'lrrike. yt dlow dock. vith the
iiMlalt; i-t oash and iron, all jovi rful bloinl
jn.ikiii';, blosI- l. -insi.i. ami life-sustain'mc;
elements. It is the purest. safvst, and i?i
very way tlio most effectual alterative tiieili--i:ie
known or available to the public. The
i-ciences of meilieino ami ehemistry Lave
never procured so valnalde a remedy, nor
one so iottnt. to cure all diseases resulting
from impure Miwwl. It cures Scrof tilit, and
11 serol uloii lisoases. Kryipelas, lCose,
nr St. Anthony's Fire, l'imples anl
I'are-jrrnhs. I'ustules, lilotches. Coils,
Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Klieum,
Se.ilil-he;iI, Itinvvorm. I'leers, Sores,
lHieiiinntism, Mercurial l)ise;tse, Neii-ral;L-v,
Fetnale XX'eakiiesses and Irregu
larities, .Taiimlioe, AlTcctions of tho
I.Ker, Iyspeisia, Imaoiat ion, and
ry its searching nnd cleans:7ii qualities
it pur res out the foil I corruption which
ontaiiiinate tho Mood, find causi dtranRiv
lent and cleeay. It stimulates and enlivens
th". vital functions. It promote energy and
Ftrem.'i. It restores and preserves health.
It infuses -Jiew lift, and vior throncclinnt, tlirs
whole system. No suiTcri-r front any disease
vhicharises from impurit v of the Llood need
tk?pa-r, wb.vvill -rive Aver'h .Sai:sajarh.la
b lair trial. HeniemiH r, the earlier tho
trial, the speedier the cure.
Tta rr-ino li:is lwpn fnrnit.1 v : ..:
. - .j . - .u. .....jail ii, ! .s:t I
everywhere; and they, recognizing its supe
rior ipiuiiiii-i, uuiiuuuiiT ii in tneir praetice.
For nearly forty years Avr.n's Saksapa
rii i. a has been widely v.sed, and it now pos
sesses the contideuce of millions of people
who have experienced Ixjaetits from its mar
vellous curutivo virtues.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practienl and Analytical Chemist.
eou bt au bevcgifts inr.rirniRE.
r ''U".,' ' '.,
)F PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA,
TUOTLK, IIAWA A CI.AKK
Ioiin riT7.i;KKAi.r ...
K. ti. Iovt.v
A. W. .M L.ri;ni.I v. .
Jomi O kol liKE
This Ilank 1 now oni'D for l'i:sinr Bt thiIr
-ji'W ronni. corm-r M.iin ami Sixth st eels, and
proiarl to li.ii. -.Lict a li'-neial
Stocks, Bonds, Gold. Covernmeni and Local
r.OUtlllT AND SOLI).
Deposits Received and Inten.H Allott
ed on 7' imp Certificates.
Vvai'.ablo i:i any p:u t of the United States ami
lu all the I'l iiK itinl Towns iii:l Cities
i.f J'nrnj e.
nx an Line and Allan Line
J'orsii-.i y is!ii!ig to l ii'iy o'.!t tlu-ir fiiemls from
I l l:i l!A?ETK'KtT- FKOM L9
Thronzh to IMattsnionth,
J. F. BAUMEISTER
. Fiiiuislien Krh, I'ure Milk,
Special i ill!" attfnu.' l t. ;:inl V're-li Milk
from same ivw fu: ai'..cl v.ln.;i .i:.trd.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONS,
Uain Sirtct, ojjwitc launders House.
K II A V I N J A N I S 1 1 A M I o o 1 N C
K ijit'f ial a'tf !itimi giwii to
JUTTINd 'II LDiixyx Ayn LA
J all a:;d ski: uooni:. cjkxts,
And '"i a lionii in a
A. ychlegoi z Ero
V. .:. .f. i.! m rs ui
A: i! r.i-::!. ;s ii:
i'anc'v M'i.i;!:!-:s ai:tk t.vs. smoking
a, i rii:;Vi:t;
rv f. ; ! f !, t!
IJ A V I VM,
".j.tial !,.:.NIS a ! .i-fs of f!.: Airs -...uii-Jo
f.r'.-:-. .v.:;.f:.i '.''.i:iu I "ij.'.'.r
-;:;;.:: i - -n'.-l ;:-r Sii.'!:;i t: l- i a" '.
M;.iu St. !.! "."''I of Sa-'jidfi" l!i'"r-P.
I'LA I i .MT I II. Xl T. 1 01
KEf IlAllDf ABE ETOl
J. S. UUKE
l.'-ii j i-t oofio-il a:i fiuiiv i t".' stofk of liaril
w ar". on
reef ra ri. of ez n ci3 HO'ir
Ni-r.t door v.t.l of ( liapi'iau & .Sniitli's lnig
A Kull Line of
o7(r.7.N. ;.! A' ". Xi'AniiS and
ALL .lili:X TOuLH.
NAILS; jV.1 ,'. .V.I :', ?; .'.eAV.y
rovk, vow u .'. a hot, ;i:ind-
A r.i!!.l.ii;e ..f rTJJ.frv.
Sj.teitiji'ity. it R Killers and Von-
AH ..'"'I'' : as i.-r,v :;s tSiey I'o-r i!!y c:in Lc
.iint iue. 4iy
FURNISH !Xfi flOOD.v
Q ROVER I FS OF ALL KINDS.
Lare stock of
EOOTS and SHOES
to l e
CLOSED OUT AT COST
Notions, Queens ware,
and in fact everything ymi can call for in
the line of
CASH PAII FOK HIDES AND FUKS.
All kimis d eoi.ntry liii uci' taken in ex
change for jioods.
FTC, KTC-, KTC.
Obo Door Ea.it of the I'ost-ortice, Flatt.-.mouth,
Praetieal Workers in
SHEET IROX, ZINC, TIN, 21RA
ZiERY, Lati;e assortuient of Hard a:ia Soft
rumps, Ga.-s Tipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves i
HEATING OR COOKING.
Always on Hand.
ivry variety of Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zinc
"Work, kept iu Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
3rEVFRYTIIIXG WA lilt A X TED !
VHICKH I.OXV DOXX'X.
x. n. wiiiHov,
ATTOKXEYAT .. I"ractifos in Saun
ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, Nebraska.
r. ii. n iMtii.iii.
ATTORXEY AT IjAW, riattsnumth. Xel. Of
f!e Front Hoom over Chapman & Smith's
lrus Store. 4:ily
ATTOKXEY AT LAW. Heal Estate. Fire In-suraiifeanilt'ollfc-tion
Acehcy. Oflife In Fitz
geralii's lilock. l'lattsniouth. Nebraska. iUib3
a:0. H. KMITII.
ATTOKXEY AT LAW and Ileal Estate Bro
ker. SMeial attention iriven to Colleetions
and all matters affeetini; the title to real estate.
ftie e on i!d floor, over Post Oiiice. l'lattsniouth,
JAMES E. JIOHKISO.V, W. L. BKOWNK.
MOItltlSON A HHOUXF..
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW. Will praetice !n Cass
and adjoining Counties ; uives special attention
to ollectioiis and ahstraeti of titl. Ollice in
Fitueral.l Llock, I'latt-mouth, Nebraska.
17V 1 m
l. II. M'lir.K.I.KIC A '.
LAW OFFICE, ireal ltate. Fire and Life In
surance Aiients. l'lattsniouth. Nebraska. Cnl
I.'ctois, tax-iayert. Have it comidete abstract
of lilies, liny and sell real e.-tate, negotiate
loai s, &c. l5y
HAM. 1. CHArMAX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. OrT.re In Fit7.j;er
l'.iyl PLATTSMOUTII, NE1I.
Ilt. J. I.. JIi C REA,
HOMCEPATIIIC PHYSICIAN, at Factory
viile, Car-s county, Nebraska. -"y
It. II. MVIXtiSTOX. SI. ..
OFFICE HOUP.S. from 1ft a. m.. tn 2 p. ni.
Examining Surgeon for U. S. I'esision.
i!t. xv. iiTjcTi I m it . i: IIT.
PKCTISINO PHYSICIAN, will attend ealls
at all i.otn.s. t.i-'i't or day. Plattsnioutli. Nu
liraika. Oli'.ce in Chapman ci SinUh s Ving
.1. 11. HALL. 31. I.
riivsii'iAN am sn;;Ko.t.
OFFICE v. it!i It. Livingston tutti Side of
"Iiiiii Street, hfl wefii t'th and Till stieet. Will
at lend -ails promptly. 41'.vl
7 XV7 CLl'TTK IS.
Oilier on Main Street over Solomon & Na
tlian s sr iie. 3tly
PI.ATTJ XI Ol'TII 5KUKASKA.
Place f business on Main St.. between -Mb
andfttn streets. Shainj.ooiii!;. ShaNin. cliil
dten's hair e utting, etc. etc. Lly
"com 3ii:nc i al ihkFel,
J. 1MUOFF, - - - Proprietor.
The best k:iov. n and mot popular Landlord
in theStale. Always sto; at the Commercial.
LEX HUFF d- JJOXX.
jUn'nhvx Dew Si? loon !
or.e tioor cast of tle Sauedev lbuse. We
keep t lie ii st of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
:.:::;:; Constantly on Hand.
J.X.dREUORY, - - - Proprietor.
Ltwtioii Central. Oood Saniplii ilooiil..
Every r.ttentioii paid to guests. 4.1in3
ri.ATi.vMl'ITII, - NK!!
P L ATTS MOUTH M ILLS !
TL ATTS MOUTH, NEIL
C. ESriSKL,, - Iroji-irlor.
Flour, Corn Meal tO Feed
Al-xavs on l.-.i;d and for sa! at lowest cash
prices. The luiilicM prices paid for Wheat and
Coi n. I'ai in iiiar ati iiI:on jfiveu custom work.
MACHINE SHOPS !
Rej-airer of F'ear.x Ewjim-s, Rollers,
Htirr and. Grist Mil If
. ...: stkaji riTTiTij;;.
I'lomrhi '.ton Pipe. Force and Liff Pipes. Steam
t.ai. ;er.. Safety-X'alve Jovernrrs. and all
'kinds of I'.rass En-iilie Fittings,
reai:v-'d on short notice.
A. L MARSHALL
I'ROUTY k 31 AR8IIALL,
Dcah r la
!3i.ii-isi:4 - 'in:iiic u.
py.iiFt'Mh:nn:. sm.ip.s-. ra..rr aiiti-
( I.ES MATS '.. A MI'S ami
lavi' , 'fiits. statiusehv. cuseec
riuxuniEs, tui:ao . ci'iA i:s.
E'ija'C incs !.iiiii-s,
7' c Mc iu-i:ir.J I':irM.r.
;y"lr,seritliotis Can tally Comou I'b'd day or
liilit. Kcincii. Iter the idace, '!:n-ha!l
"Hoot & Shoe" Drui; Stole.
XX'eepius XX'ater, - Abralia. Uj
H. A. WATERMAN & oON.
Wholesale and Uetail Dealers ia
Maiu street. Corner of Fifth.
PLATTSMOUTII, - - - - NEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
A. S. PADDOCK. U. S. Senator. P.eatriee.
AI.X'IX SAUNDK11S. V. S. Senator, hnaha.
THUS. .L MA.UIKS, Itepresentat i ve. Peru.
A LIU N US NANCE. Oivernor, Lincoln.
S. J. ALEXANDER, Secretary of State.
F. W. LEIDTKE. Auditor. Lincoln.
ti. M. HA KTLETT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. 1". THOMPSON, Sutt. Public Instruction.
V. L DAX'IS. l.anil Commissioner.
C. .1. DlI.WOliTII. Attorney General.
KEV. C. C. HA ItKIS. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
DK. H. P. MATTHEWSOX, Supt. Hospital for
S. MAXXVELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
; EO. H. LA K E, Omaha.
AM ASA COMi, Lincoln.
Second Judicial District
S. n. POUND. .ludfje. Lincoln.
.1. c. WATSON, Prospcutiiis-Att'v, Neb. City.
XV. L. XV ELI.S, Clerk Dist. Court, PlatUsmouth.
A. N. SULLIX'AN, County Judse.
.1. D. TUTT. County Clerk.
M. 1'A TI Ki;so, county treasurer.
XV. HYKIfS. Sherilf.
ti. XV. FAIKFIELD. Surveyor,
(i. HILDEHKAND, Coroner.
( 'fit' N T V COM M I SSI OX T. IIS.
HENRY XVOLFE. Liberlv I'recinct.
JAMES CPAXVFOKD. South I'.end Precinct.
SAM E KICIIAKDSOX. Mt. Pleasant Piecinct.
I. XV. JOHNSON. Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON. Treasurer.
J. D. SIMPSON. City Clerk.
RICHARD VIX'IAN. Police Judge.
P. P.. MURPHY. Citv Marshal.
XV M. L. X ELLS. Chiff of Fire Dept.
lt XVard-.l. PEPl'ERr.Elffi, X". V. LEONARD.
'Jd Ward (i. XV. FAIRFIELD, J. V. XVECK-
3d XV.tld-R. C. CUSIIIN:. THOS. POLLOCK.
4th Ward P. McCALLAN. E. S. SHARP.
oslmnster-JNO. W. M ARSHALL.
B. & M. R. KTime Table.
Taking Fffwt May A, 1S79.
FOR OMAHA FROM PLATTSMOUTII.
Leaves 7 a. in. Arrives 8 --15 a. in.
3 :" p. in. " 4 :."iJ .
FROM OMAHA FOR PLaTTSMOCTTI.
Leaves 1 :t0 a. m. Arrives li MO a. m.
6 :o0 p. in. ' " :.r0 p. m.
FOR THE XVEST.
I -eaves I'laitsniouth !) :l" a. in. Arrives Lin
coln, is ft p. i.i. : Arrive Kearney. 7: v p. in.
Freight leaves a :0U a. in. jr. Lincoln - :55 ji.m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney, ti :".n a. in. Leaves Lincoln,
I .: . in. An h I-s 1'lattsmoat h. 4 :Z p. ni
r reiuht leaves Lincoln 11 :10 a. m. Arrives
riattsitioutli,4 :.r-o p. in.
Express. 6 :1" a. ni.
Passenger, (train each day) 4 p. in., except
Saturday. Evrry third Saturday a train con
nects at the u.-ual time.
El. V. HI. It. Time TaIIe
,. Tul.inu EJt( I Suiultiu. Hurt h 23, 1873.
sotTXl. I STATIONS.
S :.vpm HASTINGS,
f. :-'7 A X R.
fi :1S ! FLEE HILL.
7 ! OOWLES.
7 :.r..rt RED CI.T I).
8 :j0 -lNAVAI.K.
9:,n . FLAKLIX.
C : . io
: : -'.r
. C5, J. R. 55. ts3:k ticij:
" .o i.'am
, 1 '-'IIIH
. 7 40p:ii
I '.-.a hi
4 J's iin
: S'.iain :
--! I it
' " Lurliiieton .
1 hi! l.s.-;a. ill ll .
" t ' resion
:; .tupiu ." .'iJrti.i
S 0;:p!n s o-'aiii
li 3.ripm ll l.Viiis
IS .V,ai. .i i.pni
;t I'oafii c.iipm
(i .voa in K 4(i;)in
8 .Warn 11 (i5U!i
!- Kipni .'! loam
' a ;;'ipai : 7 uOam
ON'LX' 27 HOnS TO St. I.OUiS hv the new
ROUTE just opened via MONMOI'TH. PELL
MAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS run Lorn
hurliiigton tot. Louis without change.
P.Y I.EAX'IXG PLATTSMOUTII AT 3 :TM V.
M., you arrive in S r. LOCIS t lie next evening at
K ::(. and leaviti- St. Louis at 8 :M a. in . you ar
rive iu l'lattsinoiit li s i'.ii the next niornimr.
Coupon Ti ket for stie for all points Xortli,
South, East ami Wist.
I). XV. HITCHCOCK. Ticket Agent.
Gen. West em Pasi. Ajrciit.
J. M. r.K.i niAL. Aput, Plattsiiioutl).
Tin; rim.Ni uv
"I i.ad no aj;clite ; JIoTIowny's I'i.Is gave me
a Vieaity omc '
"X'oiii 1 "ills are Piarvi ll'ieS."
'I sentl for aiiother box and keep them in the
"Di . HoRoway has ciued my headache that
a c In on ic."
"I nave one of your Pil's to tr.y babe for chol
era morbus. The little ilcaroi v. ell in a day.
"My naii-ea of a tuoriiinu is low cured.
Your box of Helioway's ointment cured me
of aoi-es iu the head 1 rubbed some d your
Ointment behind : lie ears, ami t!;e noise" ha
Semi me two boxes ; I wa:it one for a poor
I eneloe a dollar ; your price is 25 cents but
the medicine to me is worth a d!lar."
. na me nve i'o,s o; vour i i::s.
"Let me have three l.oxes of vour Pi'.ls by re
tm u mail, lor Chilis and Fever.'1'
I have over lci such testimonials as these
but want of space co:h(.m-.s me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the -';hi. tiii iu;inent is
iitoft imalaahii. it docs not heal externally
alone, hut j.enel rate; with the most searching
cilects to the very root of the evil.
HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT
Possessed of this REXIEDX". Ever.- Man may be
h sown Doctor, ll may he ruhned iuto'the
systi.ni. k as to reach any internal complaint :
hv these means it cures so:esor Ulcers in the
THROAT. STOMACH. LIVER. SPInE. or oth
er parts. Itisaa Inlrdli!.!. 1.'. nictlv for HAD
LEGS. RAD RREASTS. ontiacfed or Stilt
Joints. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, and all Skin
I m I'Oktant Cai tion. None are genuine
unless the signature of J. Ha VPfK K, as aactit
for the United States, surround, each box of
Pills and ointment, poxes at 'jo cents, C2 cents,
ami 1 each.
( There Is ceusiderai'le saving hy taking
the larger eizes. Hoi.l.owAV tSi Co., New Yrk.
t2-Shop over HUSSER STA BLES.on
ST11E1G11T & 3I1L1E:?,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
FR UIT, CON FECTIONE Y,
Remember the plaee opposite E. G. Doyey's
on Lower Main Street.
21-ly STREIGHT & MILLER.
Call for Republican State Convention.
The Republican electors of the State of Ne
braska are hereby called to send delegates from
the several counties, to meet in State Conven
tion at Omaha on Wednesday. October 1, 179,
at 7 o'clock, p. in. for the purpose of placing iu
nomination candidates for the following named
officers, viz :
hie Judire of the Supreme Court.
Two Regents of tiie State University,
Anil to transact such other busiiicus as may
properly come before the Convention.
The several counties are entitled to represen
tation iu the State Convention as follow, based
upon the vote enst for E. C. Cams, Lieutenant
Governor, for ls78. (except Madison, w hose re
presentation is based upon tli vote cast for
Governor in lsTS.) jrivinii one delegate eaeli 150
votes and one for each traction of 7:5 votes ; al
so one delegate at large to each organized couu
County Voir Lkl.'.Countif
Adams 757 fi1 Kearney
. . '.'CK 3
AtitiIope li,ji 2 ivoitn
4 Madison . .
Fiankliu . . .
Jefferson. . .
4 Otoe 121.1
4 Pawnee 5f4
1 ' Phelps 170
2' Pierce 24
2 Plat te 530
... 1 Tt
. ...Id 2
. . . 755
. .. 400
Red XVlllow :0
Pi Richardson 107:5
7 , Saline 'j3u
3 Sarpv 317
1 Saunders 821
2 Seward is 18
5 Sherman VJ
1 Stanton 122
1 .Thayer 41(i
r. Vallev 171
4 XVashlngton 94fi
4 : Wavne 18
1 ; Webster 4G
1 York 607
It. is recommended.
First That no proxies be admitted to the
convention, except, sueli as are nein i)v per
sona residing in the counties from which the
proxies are jriven.
Stok That no delegate shall represent an
absent tiieinberof his delegation, unless he be
clothed w ith authority from the County Conven
tion, or is in possession of proxies from regular
ly elactcd delegates thereof.
P.y order of' the Republican State Central
JAMEs VV DAXVES, Chairman.
II. M. WELLS, Secretary.
LiNroi.N. July 30, 1?".9.
Call for a Republican District Conven
tion. The Republican electors of thf seeend Judi
cial district of Nebraska are hereby called to
?end delegates from the several counties in the
district to meet at tiie Court-house tn Nehaska
Ci'y on the stli day of October. A. l. ls7.i. at 7
o'clock p. to. for tiie purpose of placing iu nom
ination One candidate for District Judge,
and the transaction of .-ucii oilier business as
l.iay properly come before it.
'J'iie several counties are entitled to represen
tation in said convention as follows, to-wit :
Cass o, Lancaster 14, Otoe !t, Nemaha ft
J. XV. PEA KM AX.
Gfo. S. Smith. Chairman.
Driving: Home the Coxvs.
Out of the clover and blue-eyed craw,
lie turned them Into the river lane ;
One after another he let them pass
Then fastened the meadow bai s again.
Under Hie willows and over the It .11.
He patiently followed their sober pace ;
Tbe merry whistlo for once was still,
AnJ something shadowed the sunny fac.
Only a boy ! and his father had said
lie never con d let his youngest go ;
Two a'ready v re lying dead.
Under t c fot of the tiam;d'.ng foe.
Put after the evening woik was done,
And the frogs were Iou J in the meadow swamp;
Over his shoulder he s'ung his gun
And Ktoltliily followed the foot-path damp.
Across the clover and through the w heat,
XYitU resolute heait and purpose grim.
Though cold was the dew on his hurryinsr feel.
And the blind bats Hit ting atari led him.
Thrice B'nce then had the 1 tnes been white.
And tho orchards sweet with apple-bloom :
And now when tho cows came back at night.
The feeb'e father drove thorn home .
For news had come to the lonely farm
That three were lying where two had lain ;
And the old man's tremulous pnLied ana
Could never lean on a son's again.
The Summer day grew cool and late,
He went for the cows when the work waj
But down the lane, fis he opened the gate,
He saw them coiiiii.g one by one.
Brindlf, Ebony, Speckle and Cess,
Sb ikn g their horns in the evening wind
Cropping the buttercups out of the grass
Uut who was it followed close behind?
Loosely swung in the Idle air
The empty s'.eove of aiiny blue ;
And worn and pule, from the crisping hair,
Looked out a face that the failier knew.
For Southern prisons w 11 sometimes yawn.
And yield their dead un:o life xguiu ;
And the day that comes with a cloudy dawn
Iu golden glory ut last may wane.
The great tears sprang to their meeting eyes ;
For the heart must speak when the lips ara
And under the silent evening skies.
Together they followed tae cattle home.
Jutte .P. Osuood.
Monday, Sept. 1st, 18y.
Hoard met in regular session. Pres
eat Henry Wolfe, Jas. Crawford, S.
Richardson, Commissioners; J. D.
Tutt, Clerk, when tho following was
Minutes of previous meeting read
Supervisor's bond of G. G. Hull, dist.
13 approved and trder allowed same
fr 300 feet lumber and 10 pounds
Supervisor's bond of S. II. Davis, dist.
Tuesday, Sept. 2d.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All board present; when the following
was done to-wit :
V. II. Suiilli was appointed Super
visor dist. 17 and Frank Kendall ap
pointed for dist. 40.
Clerk was instructed to draw wai
ra::t in favor of G. Y. Cox-ell, for $G1.-
80 attorney's fees, case of 0. P. Moore
vs County Commissioners.
After which the following accounts
were allowed on general fund.
Johnson Bros, work on C. II.. S 83 00
A. D. Despain, " " " " . 5 50
Davis & reterson, work on V.. 247 50
A. Iiobinsoa, plasteringC.il.. 10 47
P. B. Murphy's Sheriff and Jail
or's fees 148 00
St. Journal, Litho. warrants. . . 26 70
LT. II. Wheeler, road laws .... 6 00
J. Wayman, grates in J. wind's 7 00
Allowed on poor fund:
M. M. Curren, b'd'g Mrs. Fitz'd. 3 50
W. II. Schildknecht, services,
County Physieian 43 75
J. C. Eikenbary, b'd'g paupers.. 23 55
F. E. "ft hite, coal for Toor H.. . 72 80
Allowed on bridge fund:
G. W. Fairfield, staking bridges 14 00
T. W. Fountain, lumber 122 44
C. II. Pinkham, nails 7 10
Cummins & Richey, lumber. . . 38 01
Allowed on land and Road fund:
Lewis Bond, assessing damages
or road petitioned for by J.Gil
naore 4 50
The following from the U. P. R. R.
Company was unanimously rejected:
"Whereas, certain lands of the U. P.
R. R. Co. have been wrongfully placed
Hpon the tax-list of Cass County, the
same being unpatented, and therefore
Resolced ; That the County Treasur
er is hereby directed to strike from the
tax-lists of Cass Co., all lands that
were placed thereon for years prior to
the patenting of said lands, provided
that a certified list of said land with
the date of patent bo furnished him by
the laud Commissioners of the said U.
P. R. R. Company."
Order allowed W. A. Hicks for 400
feet lumber and 25 pounds spikes.
Bids were then opened for the build
ing of certain bridges heretofore ad
vertised: W. J. White, for building wood
en bridges per lineal foot 3 5 00
Graves & Bros., 40 ft. s. perl. ft. 9 50
. rjo i. . jo 00
Co ii oo
BHllen & XVise, Pratt Truss, 40
foot bridge 328 00
BuUen & Wise, Pratt Truss, 50
foot bridge 398 00
Including 24 foot approach 748 00
RayinoncUtCampbell all lengths
per lineal foot 8 50
On motion of Mr. Crawford, the con
tract of wooden bridges was awarded
to W. J. White, and the combination
bridge to Bullen & Wise, they being
the lowest responsible parties.
Contract was then entered into be
tween W. J. White and Cass County to
build all wooden bridges under said
specification, and as many more as
Commissioners may see fit to add to
the list, and bond of $5,000 of good
and lawful money of the United Stages
eiven to secure the same.
A like contract was entered into be
tween Bullen & Wise, and bond of
Bids for building stone abutments
for bridge on Wilson creek wire open
Peter Gruber, per perch 4 00
John McFarlaml, per perch.... 4 SO
Contract awarded to IVter GruVer.
Application of IT. P. R. U. Co. for
the redemption of lands alleged to
have been erroneoasly sold for taxes
in Cass Co. for the years 1803, 1805,
1868. 1871, 1873, 1874, 1875 and 1876 re
ferred to County Treasurer for adjust
ment. J. C. Eikenbary was ordered to pro
cure material and have a barn erected
at the poor farm, the carpenter work
not to exceed 817.75.
A public read, petitioned for by J.
V. Weckbach et. al., was declared open
ed, and all parties claiming damages
therefor to appear on the 4th day of
Adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock a.
Wednesday, Sept. 3d.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Full board present.
A. B. Barr, allowed an order for 400
ftet of lumber for di-strict 26.
License to be granted Claus Breck-
enfred, South Bend, to sell spirituous
liquors, upon payment of $100.00.
S. Long was ordered to select from
Cuunnins d. Richey's yard 1,150 feet
of lumber for use of dist. 20.
J. C. Cummins was ordered to re-cr-
r bridge known as Wiles bridge.
The following were allowed on gen
eral fund :
Commissioners of insanity,
Ellen English $ 54 25
Commissioners of insanity,
C. Warner 30 55
D. D. Martindale services Supt. 74 10
II. Welsh, cleaning Court II.. .. 5 75
Jos. Fairfield, balance on sur
veying bridges 6 00
The Clerk was instructed to make
requisition upon the Auditor of pub
lic accounts, for the revenue books
and blanks required for 1880.
Ordered that the contract with Bul
len & Wise for Pratt Truss bridges be
changed to wrought iron truss, at an
additional cost of $550.00.
The parties offeriBg remonstrance to
II. ThierorT's petition for a license to
sell liquor iu Louisville, not appearing
the Clerk was instructed to issue said
license on receipt ot the required $100.
Clerk ordered to procure a desK or
case for county books, and te fix floor
ia Clerk's office.
Jhn Way man is ordered to fix the
Jail Windows according to the plan
agreed upon, at a cost of $10.00 per
Board adjourned to meet tho 15th
day of September, for the transactieu
ef such business that may come before
it. Henri Wolfe, Co.
Sam'l Richardson, S Comm's.
Sept. 15th, 1879.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Minutes read and approved, when
the following was done to-wit:
The Clerk was ordered to give no
tice of election to be held in Cass Co.,
on Tuesday the 4th day of November,
Bird & Mickle were allowed on gen.
fund for maps $23.50.
W. J. Whit allowed on bridge fund,
bridges on Telegraph road $15.75.
S. M. Davis, allowed order for 2,oC0
ft. of lumber for d't3t. 36.
E. M. Carapton, allowed order for
250 feet of lumler and scraper for
Board adjourned until Tuesday.
Sept. ICth, 1879.
Board aiet pursuant to adjourn
ment. G. S. Smith allowed $10 attorney's
fees in case of State x's Er. Warner.
Sain '1 Richardson, allowed $5.30 for
transportation ef pauper to Beatrice.
Bond of Frank Kendall, Sup'r dist.
40, and W. II. Smith, dist. No. 16 were
Ordered that the question of borrow
ing the sum of $10,000. be submitted
at the next regular election to be held
Nov. 4, 1879, said sum being for the
redemption of registered warrants and
outstanding indebtedness of tho gen
eral fund of the county.
Sheiiff was ordered to procure stove
for county jail.
After which the following list of
names were selected, from wh ich to
draw the Grand and Petit Juries, for
the next term of the dist. court:
W. B. Arnold, D. T. Wuituey, Jaf.
Clizbe, P. S. Barnes, John Chase, Mil
ton ErwiN, J. M. Stone, J. W. IloU.ick,
P. I). Hathaway, P. C. Ewgell, M. P
Williams, W. II. Poole, Geo. Saylcs,
II. J. Streight, John Kleiser, R. G.
MeFarUnd, Simeon liedin, C. G. Ta
ber, G. M. Flowers, G. W. Worley,
Thus. Sullivan, II. Allen, S. M. Davis,
Geo. Burger. R. D. McNurlin, Charles
Wheeler, Thos. Gordier, G. C. Cleg
horn, T. L. Berdiker, P. Stander, O.
Tell , G. F. Surtzer, II. Ilollenbaok,
J. Clarke, S. D Ells, Isaac Stone, M. B.
Cutler, J. N. Wolfe. E. 8. Ryder: S. C.
Bethel. J. Ilovenshell, D. McCaig. N.
Satchell, J. Ferguson, P. Walker, Jno.
Murray, J. C. Eikenbary, J. Grassman,
D. Miller, J. S. Duke, P. P. Gass, E. S.
Sharp, Wm Wintersteen, W. Blunt,
Jonathan Beckner, J. II. Fairfield, J
V. Weckbach, Wiley Black, W. Dar
rah, John Hohlschuh.
Ordered that $43.75 be added to claim
of Davis & Pederson, for building
vault in Court House.
Mrs. Shaffer allowed $5.00 for board
The following were then allowed on
II. Wolfe, services a3 Com $ 33 GO
Jas. Crawford, " " "... 20 00
S. Richardson, " " " 33 50
Board then adjourned to meet the
first Tuesday in October. 1879.
Attest: Henry Wolfe, j Co.
J. D. Tutt, J. Craw ford,
Clerk. S. Richardson-, ) Corn's.
The Fields seem to be coming out.
They are a numerous and strong fami
ly, and there is a good reason to sup
dose that they might furnish a strong
candidate for President.
Justice Field, of the supreme court,
is steadily pressing forward as the dem
ocratic dark horse. He is rich, David
Dudley Field is powerful. So is Cy
rus W. Field, who about this tim-j is
anti-Tilden. Just'ce Field is large, is
somewhat bald, his hair curling a lit
tle; and his beard is curly. He looks
like a cross between Tennyson and a
bas-relief of an old Assyrian. New
The Election returns for San Fran
cisco City give these results:
Tho Workingmen elect Mayor, Sher
iff, Auditor, Treasurer, Tax Collector,
Public Administrator, Surveyor, Dis
trict Attorney and County Attorney,
Police Commissioner, one Supervisor,
and one Railroad Commissioner.
Tha Republicans elect the Assessor.
Recorder, Coroner, County Clerk, su
perintendent of Schools, Superinten
dent of Streets, eleven Supervisors,
seven members of the Board of Edu
cation, and a member of the State
Board of Equalization, and re-elected
Thursday night a man named S. J.
Buck drove up to the City Hall with
a four-horse team and a wagon having
a large frame rack on it, containing
lour elks, which he wanted to sell to
the city for Hanscom Park, the price
asked being $400. The Council refus
ed to buy them. These elks were
caught when young, by Mr. Buck, with
a lasso, between the headwaters of the
Cedar and Loup rivers. Two are males
and two are females, and none of them
are over two years old, and are tine
looking auimals. Mr. Buck has caught
seven within the last two years. He
broke two of them to harness. ad fre
quently drove them a mile in 3:10.
What the X. Y. Tapers Sny about it.
In the midst of the uproar at Syra
cuse the feeble and far-otf waii of the
Nebraska democrats w ilt scarcely be
noticed. They say iu their platform
that the constitution "is the founda
tion and mitigation of all the powers
of government." Mitigation is good.
At the late session ef congress, the deiu-
ocrats tried to mitigate the general
J government out of existence by refus
ing it supplies. It was reserved fur
Nebraska, however, to supply an ap
propriate word for their performance.
Tiie Times opens an article thus:
There is a ludicrous parade of poli
ticial poverty in the platform of the
Nebraska democracy, adopted in the
state convention, vesterday.
Freddy Nye and the grr.it l..i
graphcr MarDonagh are having a b I
on grammcr. Wh knew Mac v o".! l
Imvc to teach those Omaha's the k iir;' ;
Englioh. I lo tried to civili.u us t! r.vn
here for years, but his efforts wen .i.
failure, and we talk our own Kngli.sh
A groat many years hro, when llifl
cholera had been ravaging some parts
of this country, I mot a cholera riot tor
who sold medicines for thr.t r uti. idur
disease. When the cholera liis tpje .-.i-ed
he was tho unhiippiet iu:ui in th-o
land. "For." said Ik-, "how shall I now
get rid of in y iiT'di. iiH's ?" And s it
is with the inll ttion nomocracy inthi.j
State (Oiii.ii. When business is reiv
ing and prosperity is petting i'J, how
shnll they get rid of their greenback
medicines. I .should iiko to Liiuw?
Stilts will 1; in good demand
when our farmers bein to gather
theirVom, as most of the ears aru so
hih they cannot be reached from the
ground by a medium sized man. TN-ru
are three other wars to gather tho
crop; one i.; to fell tha stalk, another
to hire seven-footers to p:ck the cars,
and the last and least, to hire small
boys to climb the stalks and hand
them dow n. Seward Reporter.
Our brother Editor of the Sewaul
Reporter is aspiring to f.il tl.o s'ne-j
of the lamented Ho. .-:c rceley. This
above is the fir.it v. L-ive. seen of hi.s
serif of art i'-h-s
What I know
With a single exception, every Stato
engaged iu the rebellion ha:? repudia
ted the whole or a part of its debt:.
Wilhr.nl a ii:igi.' exempt i-n every
State engaged iu the. it U liioa v. a-i
robbed and plunlered by reptih'.ieaM
thieves, and heel nMl' .l upon them
enormous ueMs which U.y could not
possibly pay. Democratic i'x.
Why don't these follows that :iv: lo
dissatisliv. I with everything Noitli g
down South and stay thsro and help
'em fight it out on their :d--as. It
woull be more manly than to stay
here and curse and moan and whine.
The Chi.sholm trial is jast ended; of
course Gully was acq a it ted, a jury iit
Kemper county, Miss., pro:i y.mc:-. him
"not guilty." The t- idei.ce whs com
plete, the whol) world ki.ows thr:t
Judge Chisholm, the boy and d vas
ter were murdered, foully niuv.; id,
for uo crime and yet Mi.si-;.iip;.i pro
nounces tliu m utderer not guilty. It
makes the blood boil to read the i.pJlo
ry of t b brutal outrage on harmless
and defence loss women and children.
Here is poor Mrs. Chisholm's testimo
ny, which was not controverted, and
yet 'iit guilty!" No wondt r Maino
went Republican, N. V., and Ohm fol
low, ami a solid north next year, when
the party low iu power leave such
Mrs. Chisholm was the ih'-.t wiinesi.
She test hied that an eiLe.l crowd of
men enW i d t eKal! on the cvi niug of
Apiil 2,;, 1877. The crowd was largely
increased on the following morning.
Sinclair, then Sheriff, ai rested her hus
band on the morning of the 2o; h. Jlo
asked to be pi. iced under guard ;l his
own house, and besought an in-tunt in
xestigation of the charges against, him.
Arraed men kept "coming .uor.n I th
house. Sheriff Sinclair cmi rrs'.'d with
them and then talked with Chisholm.
Chisholm said to one of the crowd:
"You arc a cowardly scoundrel, You
will kill me bcfoio evening; but be
fore you do it 1 will makn som? ;f yo't
bite the dust." Sinclair c-imr to Mr.
Chisholm at about 11 o'clock and said:
"They sal 1 you must go to jaii." Tho
witness continued ; "McLrllan, inv son.
Clay, Johnnie, an I Willie, ;nd my
daughter Cornelia accompanied my
husband to jail. We were clinging to
him to shield his body. M r. Most.: ley
and Mr. Ovcr.-.tret t went inside tho
jail with the party, and the dor of tho
lower fl ir of the jail was ba ked be
hind them. Tim family w ent up staiis
ami the iloor was locked on the ip.side.
I was sent home by my husband on an
errand. I heard tiring as I eat.v; Lack
toward the jai!. find saw t!o: old man,
MeLelian, fail pierced by -evral buck
shot. I rushed i;; -dde "the j til. ,'ir.d
found the .stairw ay c:w. d'-1 w itu men.
Ro.-. ci' v. aa Al tic; top of the .staii , and
Wiliiam Gully was trying to break thy
lock of the. ut pt-r door with axes. My
(laughter Cornelia, son .Johnnie, and
Mr. Overstreet were holding lh.-. door
on the inside. My daughter's f::-c was
bleeding. Kcsscr said to my daughter,
D n your soul. I will hb,-.r y.cir brains
out i f you don't get out of the way.
Rosser fired the first shot through tho
broken lock, s-evtring my son';; hand
from his arm. The door v.;. ; h ro
broken opn, and my little l ey ft II,
shot through the heart. Some one in
side fired and Rosscr fell dead. Two
men caught him by the heels;::! 1 drag
ged him down staiis. My 1. : b;'.nd
was bewildered at the death of .John
nie. I and my Ron Cluy carried lh
dead body dow n staiis. Cirr.eli m. I
bcr father came down stairs. I Jerry
canae up and raided his gun. I t ie e l
the grated door at the bottom of the
stairway. My daughter cln-jod my
husband around the neck. G.iliy hud
through the prates in the door. and i.:y
daughter seroamed 'I ara shed 1' .Jnd
Chisholm openr-d thf dM'r, and ;cs l o
stepped out Henry Gully came out of
an adjoining room with mndl.er gim
ar.d fired again at him, .nnd be fell.
Clay and 1 as-r's'e 1 mv husband in
reaching home. My dat: .'V' r was
bleeding in the fac-. Ih-r :y was
blackened by a blow. She was shot in
tho v. iist. in the ankle, and in the heel.
She was ;diot by Henry Gid!. 8h
died on thf 15th of May. :l:-i died
from the elTct ts of her v. o :K('..-. '
A snow-wld'o tlovo ra;.ks & daily habit
of flying just b.hiud tho engine eft Maj
fctichiisoltj pa.:ciiger-Ua::i, i.i:d b c;d ex
pectation is on tip-tio us to whether th'j
portendj that the engineer is going to Vo
killed in an accident, or tall heir to a foc-
1 tune, or what.
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