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Cor. of F'fUi Sii-cet,
Larjat Crtii'itica o! ai; Piper ia 2
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor.
"PERSEVERANCE CONiJIT EIIS.
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
Terms in Advance:
f??-Extra Coplos of tlie Tir.HAT.r) for sa":c 0.7
J. P. Yuus-'i, at Hie l'oit-Otr.fu Xc,v8 Depot,
Cue copy, one yux $1X0
One ropy, six uion;.!
One copy, three months, M
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1879.
gift fr-fl . - .feS
ETC., ETC., KTC,
Of All Dejtrijytionfi.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all ready made ami sold cheap for cash.
;F FINE HE AllS E
IS NOW REAOY FOU REUVICK.
ORGANS & PIANOS
Of Every Description,
CHEAP FOE CASH.
WINDOW SHADE FIXTURES,
Complete Uh Roller, for arx-ts.
Lambrequin Window Shades.
Ami it Larger variety of Cheaper Shades,
of all varieties.
With many thanks for fast patronage. 1
invite all to call and examine my
LAUUK STOCK OF
I3tf. 1 TliXTI 'tK AM COFFIXM
If j im want any
Firo or Ornamenta,! Brick,
j. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
IM.A'VTMiOl'Tn, N E!J.
first clas I.otlitiit Rooms.
l-'ir.st Class JUi:ii ilh;2.
Omul S:iinjil Rooia
K et tUiriy :n;l fveiy roiufin-t
AGooilKoiel can Furnisli
AUo. (Ijiod Wi:us, ( !(.nl Bin r. (loiut I.iijuors
Ooii'l Lemonade. Oood Ciiir.
Kept at the Cit hotel.
lily Fhkl. (iOHS. riupiirtor.
SIGN, CARRIAGE and ORXA
ME NT A LEA INTER,
Sh' over the 15 rick Block
iTuliti to II Bocck's.
I xai ijaa J it, ----- iiKi
4y. V ALTABLiEniTRUTIIS.
Ifr --f" iCrr'nirt nmiponr lu-alth, or lnnguiili-
;: IauTfPv.-ill C.'uro Von.
Jf v - ' . i. liilnWer.fand hove overtaxed yonr
fell' v.: ;; . :-j .v? iraldii Eric::; or a u.ot'ut-r, worn
Oiltv.'..... ' y .'.i.v.i,; a.nrr 11 im iuu iiuiijr n,uiui
ZJn; ililirn 'willVItrsloi-. A on
IfT'i"-"" a mr.n of T n.r;nc?, wcakeneil by the
r.:r. 11 i"LSriiiilhrn Vou.
rr.-, p.ml itiTcrlnrr f:tm any India.
I H.iajt,i-.;.,.oiU:iime case.
;$::;!- v, illjjUflirvc Von.
T y -- :; i'l tfc-.-if.ih-flrtiop, tzi t 10 f.inn, at the
c- .i..V- , :-.-.; 1 ' 'l '-.lwt j r r wnttm needs
. : : 1 .-...is- el- rfun-uUtii.f vilUjt lmoxl-
:io; IMfti in IrgWIiat Vou N-d.
T'vj-i r-i- 1 '.r.-.-. l j-mirrvlio fi-Me, your
ji .-. .. . ,t. ;J yiui ji. acuities waning,
Ho? twitter tlvc yon Siw Life ul TIr.
Hop tU'." '. i I pwrctost, safest and best. I
Cnn Fc P V r r f .'oi'-.-v Ti.LIvcr ami KliTneysi.1. "r- j
r.or .j. . -i . .:uiJj iibKorpUun. It is perfect I
P. 1. :'. i ; ..a : ".: ; f n.l i rniit i'llo rare for erun k
v - j, .. . tolxxeco oud uurcotica.
Alv ( 1 ! ...u.' : - v .'..Ttril!. K. hesir( X. Y. I
Combine the choicest cathartic principles
in iiitHlieine, in irotortins accurately ad
jasteii to sisurt; activity, certainty, ami
uniformity of effect. They are tho result
of vcars of cartful study ami practical ex.
jieriinetit, ntut are tin "most clVecfnal rem
etly yet discovered for tliscases, cattsetl by
ilcraiieinetit of tlie stonnuli, liver, and
howcls, whicli require pronqit and effect ital
treatment. Avr.u' 1'n.i.s are specially ap
jdit able to this class of diseases. They act
directly oh the digestive and r.ssimilativo
jirocesses, and restore rep:n!r healthy ac
tion. Their extensive ttse by physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized nations,
is one of the manv proofs of their value as
a Rate, snre. and jK-rlectly reliable purgative
medicine.. Ihin coin pounded of the con
reutratcd virtues tif tuely vegetable fail
ftances, they are positively free from calo
mel, or any injurious yroerties, and can le
ailimmsterevl to cliihlrcn with jicrieci siiiety
AvKit's Pim.s are an effectual cure for
Constipation or Costiveiiess. Iiitllffes
tion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Foul Stomach hii1 Ureath, Dizziness,
lleaduelie, Icss of Memory, Numbness,
Itiliousncss, .laitntlice, ltlieuniatism,
i. nipt ions anil rsktit Iiseases, Dropsy,
Tumors, AYorms, Neuralgia, Colic,
Jiripes, Diarrlura, Dysentery, Cont,
,'-vles, Disorders of the Liver, ami all
other diseases resnltiti!; froni a disordered
utate f t the tlientive apparatus.
As a Dinner rill they have no equal.
Yfhilo gentle in their action, these rtLLS
are tho most thorough and searching cathar.
tic that can le employed, and never give
pain unless the bowels are inflamed, and
then their influence is healing. They stimu
late the appetite and digestive organs; they
operate to purify and enrich thf blood, and
impart renev.-ed health and vigor to tha
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY Alt SHU4UISTC ErSATWITOMb
I A MONTH!
73 botbvlllnc Arll.lHlDllictTorMi atnm-
1 piefrw. AdJAf BR0.NSCN,2etrt,iii5i
Wf f IT r f 10,000 HI SIIf LS 1IH KI VIS, of which I
IVHm I CUmKcBucksyI'lcOin''"t,Varrautedto
cure 1 iit. AJar withttunp. Dr. J. N. Tabler, 2u Louis, Mo.
Or any othpr kind, you can file yovrftrtf with rar
At 3Inrhin ao thut it Kill cut Urttfr than
Krrtr. 11m le-lh will ail remain of final mzb and
hniie. Sent on rfftft Of 02.SO to any
frt of the I' iiited tar. Illuairated Circular, frw.
Uoutl Agent turantetl in evmt rountuantt
fit If. AiXirena JS. BOTH S UltO., Aew Ojc.
tCti'We har liundrodj of letters from mon nsinff
our Machine whoaa; lliy would not tnke f j for It.
WIRTS & SCHOIIE.
So. 222 Wabash Atucb. Chicago, Iuu
Fine, aiedium, sad Common
IL.L1TJSTRATKD CATALOGUE and prica
list of over 500 new designs MAILED FKKJS
pon ppliction. Send fur U.)
u:ii.i:i:.-o.i. sun ii.iy at
j lioiiio m;ut.: : t!ir m:l 11 1 in .i
Milalliot iviiiiivcl ; n iil ri:
"Mfii. wiiiiuii. boys and siri" ma'
t'v faster : t won; ni r,s iiimii :a anyiiini: t-isf.
Tlii- work in li.aht and p!';;u:r. ami siti-li as any
one can po nlit sit. Those who are wise who
m-c l hi-; nut ice w i!l semi us tln-ir addivsos at
oiK-o anil e for tlK'insi lves. t'i-t!y mit!it and
tenn lieo. Now is the tinn. Those alreaily
at work are laving ii) larjie Minis i,r mon y
Address TKL'E & CO., Augusta. Maine. 131y
Is the best base burn
er for hard coal. H
styles and sizes, with
more patent improve
ments than anyother stoves. Ask your deal
er for them, or bend tor free lUustratod cir
ruiar. CSiioofjo (? E.M3 Stove Co. (Limited),
o.i.Vwe 171 H 17J LiVi SL, Chicago.
$t nnn 'r ''f,0" A YEAR, or ." t ?20 a day
I LM 111 in yourown locality. No risk. Wo-
, I meti do as well as men. Many make
J.UUU,,,,,,,, than tiie amount stated above.
No one can fail to make money fast. Any one
cau do the work. Vou can make from r.O cents
to $2 an hour by devoting your ovenintrs and
npare time to tlie busiiii-s. "it costs nothing to
trv the business. Nothing like it for money
making; ever offered before. Jiiis'mess pleasant
and strietlv hnnorab'e. Reader, it you want to
know ail aliont Hip best paying business before
the j.ulilie send lis your address and we will
semi vou fi.Il particulars and private terms free ;
samples worth also free ; you can then make
mi vimr oiirul for ronrseif. Address CKOKtiE
ST1NSOX & CO.. Portland. Maine. liy
TIm Great FngHah TRADEMARK.
Itemed y; An
aofkiling cure tor
and all dluaati
that follow utie
ouenco of lf-
ItsroreTsLiBs. iiinc; ii.ui,f After Ta lunar.
Mrmnrr, rnlwul Iilu.. Tain la the ancle. Dlmow or
Vi.lon, Prraiatura Old Age. an 't mauy olhur DWsc that
lead to Iusaaity or Coucnmptioa. and a Premature Crar.
QT 'uU particula in our i uniphU-t. wbieh we rteir to
send fret by itail lo ccry on. C'' ti"5 Siritl V.rdic'.uc U
old by all drugijWu ai 1 1 ior prka?t. or ill pacates for
J5. or be icut free t mail on receipt of tiie nma.-y by
the cuat wrnrnxK ro..
ilsciiAKic'ic riLVCK, OKraniT. Mica.
ia'-'-Sohl in r!ai;s:u;-iitli ;u.l every where, by
.11 Priii-t! i Is.
Oar 3th BeserlptlTe Illaw
tratfld Price IAst for Fall of
187U will ue sent to auy ad
clreos ripen receipt of NINE
t'KNTS. It containw prlcs
of over 1O.O0O urticlet witli
over l.OOO Illustrations. '0
l'LUSON wlio roiitem plates
the purchase of any artlclo
for pergonal or family use,
sltoulfl fall to end for
copy. AVe sell most every
rla of goods known to the
civilized world. AVe sell all
our troods et wholesale
prices direct to the ton-
timer t no middle men).
The only house in America
who make this their special
huainess. One of these valu
able .Price lit and Itefer
mce Hooks is indipns:jble.
Addreso MontgomerT Ward
& Co., a7 and JVabasJi
Avenue, Cbacaso, llllnoisv.
Rem Ani zyv)W n m Yxi:
liy AT!5.V SJ J.I m ST'-.T.nrleiph.'
TrJ40,; ViS;l It) lv J Mow tolttilKis
ure aiaiie antl lost maiiay : nowsnrewo
in. mi !i!-. riiined in Wall Strct : how
'eotintrvnieu' are . s'.vindietl iy sharp-
eis : how ininisters Hiid ierchaats uro blaek-
maile l ; how VaiiderhLt ):i;:.le eighty millions
of dollars ; how srambliii' houses and lotteries
are eondm-ieil : 'now to ni:i';e and spend money
til New York ; how millions arc. led daily ; how
the rich ami poor live.
Rend and learn ahunt New York bankfis,
niereliarts, breKers. pi t -w ind'.or-". gamblers,
liowt-rv. Toiiilis. elev.-.tcd railroads, ilrooklyn
trid'j.ei Ce-iira. RjirU, -.villi b ti'rapliieal sketeh
e of A . T. S;evart. .lame tiordon llelin.nt,
Robert Poi.i er. the Astors. Vantlerbilt. Pfi-w.
;reelev. needier. Tahiiape and his T;:bi'rn-n:!e.
Eiik. '. tiould and many miners. In Hhurt ail
about t tie weitlt Ii and poverty, the -.uysteries
and miseries of New York. Complete mirror of
the metropolis as it is to-day.
Over :' octavo pat;es, with fiill-paj;e enrav
intfs. Now is t P. c time for eneruei ie men and
women to make money Agents are averagins
from 40 to P0 orders jm-V week. For terms ad
dress The J. It. Ii lTtI ft ITBUSHIXt; Vit..
3(11 JlAKTrUltn, CONN., or CHICAGO, ILL.
Tlia liriWT end j:o;t POPrLlR
Kewins Thrill of 3Iodm Times.
For sala bv E. !. Povev & Son. Solomon .1
Nathan. Viu1Ierohl, W. it. Lukcr & Co.. L.
ADAMS WIND HILL.
71. M. HIIIPJIAX,
Yi'eepijig Water, Neb.
Mai-seilles AITg Co.
m .Maiseir.es. 111. 1
have put up several ia
Cass Co. Among those
pnreiiasin r an. j. m
re:irrs!ey. H. W.
i:ii.:.'g. una s. Yansen
Mid J. II. VoillliT, of
Otoe Co"., all of whom
can testify to their u-
liei lor excellence.
loose wisliiii to
purchase can address
im at W. Water ; sat
rices irnm Sj5 loss.,.
Mills wit bout pumiiscr
pitiups witsiout mills.
21 ma X Ji. CLir-.ia.
A DAY GUARANTEED
ntinncrir WELL AUGER AND
RILLln Rood territory. U TO BEST
1'tSTIMOKlALS FROM CKTVKRXOrtS
OF IOWA. ASJC VNs a 43s jj DAKOTA.
UMaliiea frao. W. GIUC3, St. Luuia. Mo.
m rw w-rz Ft f
y rf chr m
)F PLATTSMOUTTf. NEBRASKA,
TGOTLK, 1IAXXA & CLAItIC
K. ti. POVKV
K. V. McLalt.hlin.
jONH O ROUKKK
This Rank Is now open for business at their
new room, corner Alain and Sixth streets, and
is prepared to transact a yeueral
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Government and Local
ROUOIIT AND SOLD.
Vci'osits Received and Interest AUoic
ed on Time Certificates.
Wailable in any part of the United States and
m all the Principal Towns and Cities
4GEXTS I'Oll TIIK
nman Line and Allan Line
Terson wishing to bring out their friends from
FUKCHASR TICKETS FROM U8
Tlirongli to Platts mouth.
J. F. BAU'MEISTER
Fumlshee rresh, ruve Milk,
Special calls attended to. and Fresh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted,
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. O. BOONE,
Main Street, opposite Saunders House.
S II A V I N i A N 1 SHAMTOOl N C.
Especial attention given to
'JUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
CALL. AXD SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And get a boon in a
A. b'ehlcgel & Bro
n T--Tv-r--rn - t"
.J-J-NI all ' lvr
Atnl dealers in
FANCY SMOCKS ARTICLtAS. SMOKING
T 0 B A CC0S.
tprcial I1RANPS and izcs of CIOARS made to
order, i1-!".; .s.Misf action guaranteed. Cigar
clippings sold for smoking tobacco.
Main St. t!:rec dome west of Sai'.ndt rs House.
l"f HAi'DWME' STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has jr.st opened an entire new stock of hard
Ner.t door west of Chapman & Smith's Ding
A Full Lino of
SHOVELS, HAKES. SIifES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, ly the Keg
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
A Fu'.I.Line of (TTM:ilY.
Sjtev.iullRutes to Builders and Con
AH noods sold as lew as they po ibly can be
and live. . 41y
FURNISHING GOO DA
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and iu fact everything yon can call for in
the line of
CASH rAID FOR HIDES AND FURS.
All kinds of country nioduce taken in ex
change for goods.
KTC, ETC., F.TO.
Owe Door East of the Post-Oflice, riattsmouth,
i O ;-
Practical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIERY,&v.,&c Large assortment of Hard ana Soft
Pumps, Gass Pipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves for
HEATING Oil C00K1XG,
Always on Hand.
evry variety of Tin. Sheet Iron, and Zinc
Work, kept in Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
' Done on Short Notice.
&-ErERTTHWQ WARRANTED !
PRICKS LOW IOWX.
1K. J. Li. MrCltKA,
HOMtEPATHIC PHYSICIAN, at Factory
ville, Cass county, Nebraska. 2-lly
T. It. AVILSOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice- in Saun
ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, Nebraska.
K. It. AVIXIHIAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, riaf tsmotith. Neb. Of
fice Front Room over Chapman & Smith's
Drug Store. 4-tly
M.A. H AKTHi AX,
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. "Will Prac
tice in the State and Federal Courts. Resi
dence, Flattsinoutu, Nebraska. 3lly
It. It. LIVIXtiSTOX,
PHT8ICIAX & PCROKOX.
OFFICE nOURS, from in a. m.. t 2 p. m.
Examining Surgeon for U. S. Pensien.
IU. TV. II. SC II I L l IX KCIIT.
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN, will attend calls
at all hours, night or day. I'lattsuumth, Ne
braska. OMlce iu Chapman & Smith's Drug
3. II. HALL. 51. I.
rHYSICIAJT AND SCUOKON.
OFFICE w ith Dr. Livingston South Side of
Main Street, between CtH and 7th streets. Will
attend calls promptly. 4!'yl
WILL S. WWII.
COLZ. ECTIOA'3 H S TCIrt. Z. TV.
ATTORNEY" AT LAW. Real Est-ite. Fire In
aurauce nd Collection Agency. Oiiice in Fitz
gerald's block. Plattsmouth, Nebraska. ?2n3
UVAt. !S. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Real Estate Bro
ker. Special attention given to Collections
and all matters affecting the title to real estate,
t Xiiee on 2d floor, over Post Office. Plattsmouth,
Nebraska. 40 I.
I. II. WHF.KLKH & CO.
- LAW OFFICE, Real Estate. Fire and Life In
surance Agents, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -paver. Have a complete abstract
of titles. JUiy "and sell real estate, negotiate
loans, &e. !"
JAMES E. MOHH1SOX. W. L.. 1IKOWNK.
MOSKIKOX aV HKOWXR.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; gives special attention
to collections and abstracts of title. Office in
Fitzgerald lllot k, Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
I7yl - .
SAM. 5. (.'KAPHA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. Office lu Fitzger
lfiyl PLATTSMOCTH, NElt.
ii M . CMTI KIt.
ZD E1 3T T 1ST.
Pint txtjtonth. XehrasUa.
OiTlce on Main' Street over Solomon ."t Na
than's Store. 34ly
HOMGCPATIIIC PHYSICIAN, treats all dis
eases of women unit cliiklren. Chrou'.c diseases
aSpecialitv. tlfiice hours from v to It a. in.
and lroni .1to 5 p. m. jr.ie ia :v-idence. tn
Seventh and O.tli Streets, opposite Mr. Dovey's
C. Ui:iSS:L, - IiopIctor.
Flour, Corn Meal & Feed
A'wavs on band ant. for sale at lowest cash
p ii es. The login st pnes paid for Wheat and
C.irn. Particular attention given custom work
CES AI12. US XV A K II US .
n.ATT.i ojt:: xkbiuska.
Place of business on Main St.. between -It I:
and rtn strevts. Sh;:inpi o;ng, Shaving, chil
dren's hair cutting, etc.ete. Rj'y
"C0;;IM I::ilCl AL HOTEL
J.J. IJIIOFF, - - Proprietor.
The best known ami wet popular Landlord
i i the State. Alw ays stop at the Commercial.
L ENIi OFF d- BON NS,
-Morning Dew Saloon !
One door east of the Saunders House." Wc
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
3:;mJ Constantly on Hand.
J.S.GREGORY, - - ProprUtor.
Location Central. Good Sample Room..
Every attention paid to gHusts. 43m3
Pl.ATTS.MOCTII. ----- N'Efl
MA CHI xV S II O P S !
Repairer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Jlillf
A AXD SSTEA3I I'ITTlr.-S,
t'rought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Pipes.Steani
Ganges, Safety-Valve Governors, and all
kinds of Brass Engine Fittings,
repaired tin short noik-e.
FARM MACHINE K
J. G- CHAfflBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
t4 l-Kri, Eti
iimmir Eta 4
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
e onlv place in town w here "Turley's pat
ent self adjustable horse eoI!arsae fold."
CD fB T
r. - -T t
- -11 3
0l x s-
-5 S ' -
tn w is i-i
BATES & KOHUKE.
New Carpenter sliop on Main Street,
Corner of 7th.
Bates & Kohnke,
and general workman in the
A. S. PADDOCK. V. S. Senator. Beatrice.
ALVJX S A FN HERS. I". S. Senator, Omaha.
E. R. VALENTIN E, Representat'e. West Point.
ALP.IXl'S NANCE. Governor, Lincoln.
S. J. ALEXANDER. Seeretary of State.
F. W. LEI DTK E. Auditor, Lincoln.
G. M. RAKTLETT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. R. THOMPSON, Sunt. Public Instruction.
F M. DA VIS; Land Commissioner.
O. .1. DILWORTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HA R It is. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
DR. H. P. MATTHEW SON, Supt. Hospital for
the I nsane.
. MAXWELL. Chief Ju. ice, Fremont.
GEO. 1$. LAKE, ('mall.
AM ASA COBB, Lincoln.
Second Jttdicia District.
S. B. roUNI), Judge, Line In.
.1. c. WATSON, Prosecutin t-Att'y. Neb. City.
W. h. WELLS. Clerk Dit. 'ourt, Plattsmouth.
Couttiy ZJir titory.
SULLIVAN, Count: ,'udge.
TUTT. County Clerk.
PATTERSON, County Treasurer. ,
. HYERS. Sheriff.
G. HILDEBRAND, Coroner.
HENRY WOLFE. Liberty Precinct.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Bend Precinct.
SAM E RICHARDSON. Mt. Pleasant Ptecinet.
J. W. JOHNSON, Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON, Treasurer.
J. 1). SIMPSON. City Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN, Police Judge.
P. B. Ml'RPHY, Citv Marshal.
WM. L. V ELLS. Chief of Fire Dept.
1st Ward-.!. PEPPERRERG, V. V. LEONARD.
2d Ward G. W. FAIRFIELD, J. V. YVECK-
3d Ward-R. C. CrSHINO. THOS. POLLOCK."
4th Ward P. McCALLAN, E. S. SHARP.
3"ottmaxter3SO. W. MARSHALL.
B. & M. R. KJTime Table.
Taking Effect May 4, 1879.
FOR OMAHA fIFomTpL ATTS M O UTH.
Leaves 7 :no a. m. Arrives 8 -45 a. in.
" 3 :59 p. in. " 4 :55 p. m.
FROM OMAHA FOU rLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 9 :10 it. in. . Arrives in :40 a. m.
C :U0 p. in. - 7 :55 p. m.
FOR THE WEST,
leaves Plattsmouth 9 :45 a. n. Arrives Lin
coln, 12 -45 p. in. ; Arrives Kearney. 7: 5"i p. in.
Freight leaves! :H) a. in. Ar. Lincoln 2 :55 p.m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. 6 :50 a. m. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .:k p. m. Arrives Pl:ttsmontli. 4 :20 l. m
Freight leaves Lincoln 11:40 a. m. Arrives
Plaltsinouth, 4 :5T, p. in.
Express. 6 :15 a. m.
Passenger, (train each day) 4 p. ui., except
Saturday Every third Saturday a train con
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It. V. II. 51. Time Tnllte.
Tahina Eject Sunday, March 23, 1S70.
7 : 20
B LOO M I N G TO V.
7 : 10
IJ. 25, &. IS. ES. TI53E TABLE
Leav thicngo ..' o 'am . 10 ooiun
Me n iota ! 1 2"piH 1 4."am
Gaiesiuns. ! 4 r..r;pm ; 5 :i5am
" Bi'.riirgton 7 40iti R loam
" otinmwa io .vipnij tl aiam
t 'h:.i il.in 1 4-"am 2 15pm
" Ctestou : 4 2"am f 15im
Red Oak 7 10am 8 0'pm
Mr. I'liiUsniouth , 0 2.'a:ii
;t .-icpiii '
8 ('i;n :
Red )ak.. ..
Ottuniwa. . . . ,
. ' Mendota
8 ,Vam 11 ori)tn
1 12 l.jpin 3 Plain
. 1 3 3"pm : 7 flOam
t)NLY 27 HO'TRS TO St. LOCIS bv the new
Mi H'TE just opened via MONMOl'TH. I'ULL
MAN PALACE SLEEPI N(i CARS run f.om
Buriinglon to St. liii without change.
BY LEAVING PLATTSMOtTTlI AT 3 M P.
M.. you arrive in St. LOCIS the next eveningat
8 :2o'. and leaving St. Louis at 8 :20 a. in., you ar
rive in Plattsmouth ;'2'i the next morning.
Coupon Tickets for sale for all points North,
South, East and West.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Ticket Agent.
Gen. Western Pass. Apent.
J. M. Bechtal. Agent. Plattsmouth.
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tSShop over HONXER STABLER, on
STBE1GHT A 31ILLE!,
and all khids of harness stock, constantly on
Remember the place opposite E. G.- Dovey's
on Lower Main Street,
21-ly ST HEIGHT & MILLER,
The Married Alan.
Adown the street the married man
Starts off with hurried tread.
Bat from the door a wifely voico
CalU, "Dou't fyrget the bread."
lie smiles and noils, and turns to go.
That careless married man.
When loud the eervaut call him, "Oh!
You haven't got tha caul"
He nods again in fretful style. .
Hut pulleth down hij hat,
And lo, his sister, with a smile,
Cries, "Won't you bring luy hat?"
"Oh, yes," he shouts, and truth to tell,
He need not shout so loud ;
But shrill his son, with stunning yell,
"Theater tickets for tho crowd!"
His daughter from the window high,
Estops him with her call,
Sue wants a fall, a pair of gloves,
And a uevv pink paradol.
Uo hears no more for down the street,
His echoing footsteps fly;
And all day long, in measures fleet,
He minis, "Sweet buy and buy."
But when the evening respite "ji ings,
. And his day's toil is done,
Though told to get a hundred things,
He hasn't got a one.
From Rock Creek.
Nov. 3, 1879.
Weather rather cool at present, eve
ryone gathering corn, souie most done,
some just commenced.
Mrs. Blair ami Mrs. Terry of New
York, sisters to J. J$. ami A. M. Holmes,
who have been visiting in the vicini
ty a few weeks, returned last week.
The fall term of school closed Fri
day; ia the evening the scholars enter
tained a large audience with declama
tions, dialogues, songs, essays and the
reading of their paper, a small journal,
edited entirely by the scholars. Tiile,
"The Prairie Hull." "Tha Census Ta
ker," a comic dialogue was well acted.
and caused roars -of laughter, also
When I was Young', another dialogue
that brought down the house.
The Sabbath School is still nourish
ing. The Rev. Mr. Ewe',1, the 116W
Preacher delivered his first sermon
Some of the Rock Creekers went to
Sam Slick, suppose you give us a rest
on Jimson and mustard, enough of
auy thing is enough.
V. J. Ilesser and Ike Wiles are the
happiest men in the neighborhood, bot h
Frank Young has dug a new well.
Joshua Gappen has put up a new
wind mill. -----Politics
Knowing you will be crowded with
election news, we close for the present.
Yours, truly, J. Sliaikins.
Colonel Moore of the Second Illi
nois Cavalry, in an address at Urban a
the other day, told the following story
regarding the Louisiana 'campaign :
This was the last tight of the expe
dition, and you returned to New Or
leans, where you arrived about the
10. h of June, the dirtiest, raggedest
set of soldiers I ever saw. Every
thing you had on earth, except what
was on your backs, was captured tt
the 9th of April at Mansfield, and dur
ing the two months you were on the
retreat you were unable to get sup
plies of any kind. We passed a fine
plantation on the lower part of the
river owned by an old gentleman 'nam
ed Thompson. He came out with his
daughter as we passed, and invited us
to dine. Marsh sat bestride his horse
ami declined with the air of a stoic,
although fie had not had a squat e meal
for ninety days, to the great disgust of
the planter and daughter, who thought
him awfully stuck up. Can you ima
gine the cause for such self-abnegation?
Well I will tell you; lie had n
more seat in his pants than there is in
the palm of my hand, and that was
what was the matter.
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How They Turned Black.
r Chambers Journal. -
III the island of Ceylon a small force
of native gunnors is maintained to dor
the drudgery work of tho royal artil
lery. The men are called C! un Lascars,
and, except that they arc not intrusted
with the soli; man tuciiKMit of the ord
nance, are disciplincl and drvetl pre
cisely tho same as the royal artillery y
indeed, they are counterfeit present
incut of tlt.it corps', bar their hi id:
lace. A battery of artillery fresh
from England was being landed at.
Colombo and a few of tho Lascars,
wove on the wharf. The European ar
rivals, unaware of the existence of their
copper-colored "slaveys," were anxi
ously iinnuring who jind what the.
'niiruers" iu blue and gold were'.' imj?- .
erfTin uniform, so liko themselves..
"Sergeant," says one in in. addressing;
a vctrran. "who is that bombirder
him with tho Chridy-ininstiel-i'-burnt,
cork-fact V" llini?" Why, d.ui't you
know him? Tommy Atkins, .f thu A
b.Uterv. Smv, vott'reii'ciiibiM' him at
Woohvich?" "Tommv! That T. mi-'
my? Why, sorge int, he's blaek!" "Of
eiitn-so he's black," re pints the sei-o int.
"It's lh; hot sun as does it all. First
it brown, then it reddens, an I then
if you stay here long enough it black
ens you, just as you see bread toasting
afore the liie. Atkins h t b"on in Co
lombo more? than twelve yctrs; and if
veil an; ii-t in '15 til -v's g.vdowns.
(AiPi'Iico. tlie gravc-yard) by ill t snno
tunc, to Tommy s complexion you u
come, and a h.nle ov two blacker or
haiis. Write that to vour sweetheart'
by the next ovcrl-ind mail."
A few words on hoove, hoven, or
bloating in cattle may be uful toonr
readers, says the Western Advertiser.
This complaint is most apt to seize,
weak, ailing, or under-fed stock when
put on rich, luxuriant food, especially
given food in spring. Clover, green
food, wot witli dew, or covered with
hoar frost; disca-ed or frozen potatoes
or turnipsynncured grain, antl the like,
innv cruise the eoniiiaint. O verloudiujr
tho stomach with dry fodder wili.
sometimes occasion it. Fever, choking
parasites in the gullet, or tnbercu! sis,
inav bring it on. The symptom-, aro
swelling of the left Fide of the belly,'
difficult of breathing, distended nos
trils, bloodshot eyes, open mouth,'
drivelling of saliva, twreasioirvl noisy
belching of gas, and frequent j-i's-ago
of dung and urine. To relieve it, gag
ging is said to be often successful.
l).-hlnga bucket of cold water on the.
body will givr temporary relief. But in
urgent cases the paunch must, be punc
tured. The vcleriuary ins!riiin-nt,
know as a cannular and troehar, is ix.-st
for the purpose; but in tho ab-ence of
this, a pocket knife may be u-d. Tho
incision is. made to :t depth of about
six inches in the left side, in a down
ward and inward direction, fndii a
point pqiii-dist mt from the hip-bone,
the last rib, and the lattcntl processes
of the back-bone. The object of the
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or even days if necessary, A do e of
phy.-h; is recommended to clear oil" the
oll'eu -ive food.
The LiAicct o: Colorado.
't tho least important thing is to.
familiarise oneself with tho dialects of
the Slate, which arc getting to bo,
w idc I y n s 'd , a i id a kn w 1 edge o f wh ich
is eential to understand. an tt.litorial
in a Colorado newspaper. A friend ac
costed me one day as follow s : -I say,
Tom, are you omg to the 'round-up'
atMaj. B.'s to-nigl.il? -going to have
a 'way-tip' time. The pretty 31is 11
will be there, but they say Jim I)
has "got her 'corn lied, fo that there's'
no tt -e of your trying to do r.ny j imp
If you w ish to express the demise of
a friend, vou would say, in Southern
Colorado", that ''He'd' gone over the;
raiie ;" it would be more elegpnt to'
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wiii'Je in Northern Colorado nothing
Avouhl be so expressive as "He's struck'
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choker refer to the cJufi de cuiiine in
the more retired parts of the State. If
vou trv to sell a horse the iir-t ques
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prospector Stirling out will "pack his
burro." i. e , load his provisions ami
tools on a small species of donkey.
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