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VOLUME XV. S
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1870.
NUMB EH 3G.
KTC., ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold cliea;i for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS NOW READV FOR SERVICE.
ORGANS & PIANOS
Of Every Description,
CHEAP FOE CASE.
WINDOW SHADE FIAT U RES,
Complete with Roller, for 2."cts.
Lambrequin Window Shades.
And a Larger variety of Cheaper Shades,
of all varieries,
With many thanks for past patronage. I
Invite all to c:ill and examine my
LA ROE STOCK OF
13tf. FfRXTl'tK ASH COFFIXH
If you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
j. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
First cla.-s Lodh-g Rooms.
First Class Roarding.
Good Sample Rooms
Every thing and every comfort
A tiootl Hotel can Furnish
Also, Good Wines, Good Beer, Good Liquors
Good lemonade. Good Cigars,
Kept at the City Hotel.
H!y FRKI). GOO, rroprietor.
'SIGN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
2IENTAL PAINTER, .
Sh'i over the Brick Block
next to II Boeck's.
I'LATTSMOUTH, .... NEP
d. a. c.
Is on cheolut? "J ir resist:
ibte cure for
f -3nws. TnomncTan" ruH tb Tir-e of Orinm, Tof
&.. k !... a i". i ti".niLt.n. imovbiir
J ..oa :.l li&.,.tc: uiiiT t-rycf them. ren-H
1 t rTvrnr tliat cioin! 3 -.Vts:.! and more''
f i rf.-ia uar i.iitmlr. iiU or uirccri ic. I j
J rvlrTt", pr"7w1 1, to n 1 io I i:cr?oc!i, J T, or at H
1j:3 ;v.-:.iO. lijrraiuj ta;J U':V. r-tviii;r.j. f.
fe Ho i Z.i.iz. s f !;. Cc, RochCitar. H.Y. Cole flgents H
f-l TJ ITp Bitter 3! of iiorae-rfrr, K. Y. y, pe
gjc:ie bvr ttxv T-intiicBnt.bi. Parent m4 Best MtM
zTtA t n-riuatw, 'nak' ?-,:; luotv cure thxt i 1 otbsr nsMdut.
l-CR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Hub been in constant ri v' ''
ne by the pubUo A v l i ' .O
for over twenty years,
and Is the beat preparation
ever Invented for RESTOR
Ia GRAY HAIR TO ITS
TOCTHITL COLOR AND
It enpplics the natural
food and color to the hair
glands -vrithoot staining: the
skin. It will increase and
thicken the growth of the
hair, prevent its blanching
and falling: off, and thus
It cores Itching, Erup
tions and Dandruff. As
HAIR DRESSING It is very
dexir&Me, giving; the hair a
silken softness which nil
admire. It keeps the head
-rfen sweet and healthy.
win change the beard to a BROWN or
BLACK at discretion. Being in one
preparation it is easily applied, and
produces a perwciRfnt color tiat 'will
not wash off.
B. P. HALL h CO., KASIiUA, H.H.
Sold by si! Dea'ers in "riedlcine.
I A MONTH! A321TT3 rAKTEr
t picfr. AdJAlf BROKSON, Swrclt, Itki
10,000 BT'SIIEI.S BrCEETES, of which I
I make Buckeye Pile Ointment, Warranttd to
Cure lae. Au4rct wth ttuiip, Dr. J.N. Tabier, l. Louit, Mo.
Or anyothpr kind, yon can file ymtrmrlf with out
A'ew yinrhtum so that it will cut Jirttnr than
Mirr. Tha te-th will all remain of equal aira and
linp. Sent frrm on rrript of ft.KO to any
pnrt of the L'uild Mates. I lutrated CirculArs yVee.
dootl A nntm trnntrrf i n eretv eounfuni.ii
eit A.Lireas JC. Hit Til af; DUO., Sett) Ojc.
Jo rrt, 11.
W hava hnnrlrods cf letters from man nslcg
Our Macbina who aaj they would Dot take & fur 1U
WIRTS 5c SCHOLLE,
No. 2i Wabash Atrnce. Chicago, Iix.
Fine, Medium, and Common
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and pric
list of over 600 new designs MAILED FKEJC
aponspplication. Send fur it.)
mnnn A MON'i'Ii ::uaranlced. l2a day at
'J jlj I hoine made by the industrious. Cap
, ital not requited; we wiil start you.
y ".len. women, boys and gii In make mon
ey fater at work tor im tlian at anything else.
The work if liUt and plea-aut, and sueli as any
one can go riltt at. ilioewlio are wise who
f-ee tins noii-e will feint us their addresses at
once and fee for themselves. Costly eutlit and
terms tree. Now is the Uins. Those already
at work are laving up large (stilus of money
Address TKUE" & CO., Auubta. Maine. 13!y
the best base burn
lor hard coal. It
lea and sizes, with
more patent improve
ments than anyother stoves. Ask your deal,
cr for them, or send for free illustrated cir
cular. C!iic3oe & Eric Stove Co. (Limited),
Ui.e 171 & 173 Ldtic SU, Chicago.
i1nnflTn! cono A YEAU. or jc to R20 a day
V I Ki II I in yourown locality. Norisk. Wo
lli I il If I men do as well as ineu. Many make
V''iitorp than the aniount sta.'eil ubove.
No one can fail to make money fast. Any o:ie
can do the work. Von can make from fio cent.:
to 5'J an hour by devoting your evenimis and
spare time to the business. It costs nothing to
try t he busiiiess. iwothiuK like it for money
m-ikini? ever oifered before, business pleasant
and c triellv honorable. Iteader. if you want to
know all about the best payir.-r business before
the public sfnd us vour address and we will
send vou full particulars and private terms free :
Kniiin1(a worth ."i also free : vou can
I urn must-"
im vour ii'ind for vonrself. Ail dress G5"oKGE
STINSOX & CO., I'ortlaud. Maine.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. The Great Keglieb TRADE MARK.
anfmllln care for
rhea, Tm potency,
and all diaeaaea
that follow as a ra-
r.efore TakiBS. Aba; aiLoMof After Taking,
afemory, Unlreraal ljtitude, Pp'.n in Oje Back. Dlmoaas e
Vtatoo, Prematura Old Age, and buj other Dinasca thai
lead to laaaulty or ConinmpUon, and a Premxtare Grava.
Full partienlara in our pamphlet, w'aieh we deaire ta
aend free by mall to arery one. Cj"The SpeciBe Medicine ts
aold by all dnufliu at f I per package, or aia paekagea for
J5, or wiU ba sent free by mall en receipt of the money by
Jdrearinf SEnjCI:!K c0
Uicnaxic'a BLacc, Dmort, Micm.
t-JT ?:!;: i.T X'iat Jrm iuth u.:d c cry.i.cte, b.
dl IK u, gifts.
Onr 5th Descriptive Itlns
trated l'rlce List for Fall of
1879 will be sent to any ad
drens upon receipt of NINE
CENTS. It contain prices
of over 10.000 articles with
over l.OOO Illustrations. NO
FEKSOJi who contemplates
iIia ii T-r-li ii i of anv article
f5 for personal or family nse,
should fall to send for a
copy. We sell most every
civilized world. We sell all
our Koooa at wnoieeaio
prices direct to the con-
nmer two middle men).
The only house in America
who make this their special
bnRin.. One of thce valu
able Irire IJst and Refer
ence Itooks Is iniipenhlle.
Address Montjnmery Ward
SV..-31 and 21 abaall
Avenue, CUicaffo, lllinoiaw
fl AS B
VZxn ECST and 3iOST POrfLAR
rSetvics Xlrrsad cf tTo-Icrn Times.
EEWASB G2- 13I3TATTOSS.
I'r.r s:il bv E. . Povev & Kon, Solomon &
Vithan, Wm lleroM, W. II. Laker & Co., L.
Kaliskv & Son.
ADA SIS WIND 3IILL.
Weeping Water, Xeb.
Marseilles MTi; Co.,
of MaivHlles, 111. 1
have put upseveinl in
Cass Co. AinotiK those
purehasin- are J. M
P.eardsley. II, W.
Uriajj", and S. Yansen
and J. 11. Yoiiiijr, of
tKoeCo.. all of whom
can t"stify to their m-pt-rior
excel In nee.
Those. wiMhimr tfl
purchase c;.!i address
ii e at W. Water ; sat-
' lie "s from r."3 to.-s."
; ills wi: hour pumiiscr
umps without mills.
j:in.i "i It. Ct:pav
W. D. JONES'
Asain takes t'.-e
Brick Livery Stabiet
Tin olJ Bonner Stftb!es. !n rintt'incnth, ate
now leased f'v i . f "i i i , I '.:e li ts on
hantl new and liaud-oii:e accomuiouatious, iu
liie shupc of
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
and - r
' I mil pr-pared to keep II(lir",ES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Erak Colts
:i Ceasonable Tern:.
That with n'fi tv of room (that every one
known I have) ii. my t:ible, 1 can get Farmers'
"lock and waKiH, loads ol hay, &c, under cov
er. l'rrc thev will keep dry.
That.ki st- il mv .!! patrons for their libprai
ty, 1 so, it. I their trale forthe future, satisfied
tint I can nccointuodate them lietter asd do
better by tliem man everbe.'ore.
V.'M. D. JONES.
v :::2 I If l.'l1 "
i l l I II H i
III BS a I II l.styl
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA,
TOOTLE, II AX X A & CLARK
A. W. McLauoh lis. . .
JONH O KOURKE
This Bank is now open for business at their
new room, corner Main and Sixth streets, and
is prepared to transact a general
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Government and Local
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits Received and Interest Allovo
ed on Time Certificates.
Vvailable In any part of the United States and
In all the Principal Towns and Cities
nman Line and Allan Line
Person wishing to bring out their friends from
Surope can '
PURCHASE TIfKETS FROM ITS
Through to Plattumosth.
lall Sa "EL .
J. F. BAUFilEISTER
Furnishes Fresh, Pure Milk,
5iect.il ca'ls attended to. and Fresh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. o. BOONE,
Main Street, opposite Saunders House.
SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING
Especial attention given to
'JUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
CALL AND SEE B00XE, GENTS,
And get a boon in a
A. Sehlegel &"Bro.,
Masiufacliii ers of
And de;!!C3 in
f'ANCY SMOKERS ARTICLE'S, SMOKING
T 0 B A C G 0 S .
-peoiai BRANDS and sizes of CIGARS made to
ord r, and satisfaction puarantt ed. Cirar
clippings sold for smoking tobacco. "'
Main St. iaree dot.js west of Saunders House.
I'LATTSMOUTH, NeP.. 101
Ml HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened au entire new stock of bard
-;t tbi rs 3sr a5 vtx: r ' ss
Nest door west of Chapman & Smith's Drug
A Full Line cf
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Key
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
STONES, WHEEL-BARROWS. .
A Full,Llne of t I'TLFIt V.
Sp"(:ialRatf.s to Builders and Con
All f?ood sold as low as they possibly can be
and live. 41y "
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and In fact everything you can caiiforia
tlie line of
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND, FURS.
All kiiids of country nrodnce taken in ex
change for goods.
aw Tiy VV IB-ax..
ETC., r.TC, KTC.
Oae Door East of the Post-Oflice, riattamouth,
Practical Workers In
3IIEET IRON, ZINC, TIN. BRA
ZIER Y, dc, d-c.
Large r.H'iortment of nard ana Soft
Fcnips, Gass Fipea and Fittings.
Wood H.nd Coal Stoves for
HEATING Oil C00IUXG,
Always on nand.
Svry variety of Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zinc
Work, kept in Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
ST-EVER TTJi TXG . WARRANTED ! S&l
PJHCF.8 LOW IOWX.
IIC. J. Im. MeCRBA,
HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIAN, at Factory,
ville, Cass county, Nebraska. 24ly
X. It. 1VILS05T.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Saun
ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, Nebraska.
It. is. wimhiam,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Plattsmouth."Neb. Or
fiee Front Room over Chapman & Smith's
lru Store. - 43ly
31. A. IIAfiTKi AX,
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR. Will Prac
tice in the State and Federal Courts. Resi
dence, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 3lly
It. IL L1VIXKSTOX, 31.
PHVSICIAW & SCRCiEOH.
OFFICE HOURS, from 10 a. m., te 2 p. mv
Examining Surgeou for U. S. Pension.
IR. W. II. CIIIL!IXECIIT,
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN, will attend calls
at ail hours, niirht or dav. Plattsmouth, Ne
braska. Office in Chapman 6i Smith's Drug
J. !I. IIALIi. 31. I.
rUYSICIAK AND SURGEON.
OFFICE with Dr. Livingston nuth Side of
Main Street, between CtU and Vth streets. Will
attend calls promptly. 49yl
WILL . WISE.
COLLECTION'S si SPSCTALTT. "
"ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate. Fire In
surance and Collection Agency. Ollice in Fitz
gerald's block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 22m3
UKO. H. H 31 IT SI.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Real Estafe Bro
ker. Special attention iriven to Collections
and all natters affecting the title to real estate.
Office on 2d lloor, over Post Oillce. Plattsmouth,
Nebraska. 40 1.
I. II. WIlEELEIi A CO.
LAW OFFICE. Real Estate, Fire and Life In
surance Asents, l'lattsmouth. Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. 15uy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans. &c. I51
JAMES E. MORRISON. W. L.. RROWNE.
MORKISOX & KKOAVXE.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW. Will practice in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; pives special attention
to collections and abstracts of title. - Office in
Fitzgerald Ulock, l'lattsmouth. NeblaskA.
SAS. 31. C II A 132 AX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. Office in Fitzger
191 rLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
OfTce on Main Street over Soloir.on Na
than's Store. 311y
35lt. w. R. xo it
IIOMEPATHIC PHYSICIAN, treats all dis
eases of women ::nd cl-.iltlrcn. Cl'.rouic diseases
a Speciality. OEk-e hours f rom 9 to 11 a. in.
and from 3 to 5 p. m. JtTlee in residence, tn
Seventh and OaK Streets, opposite Mr. Dovey's
C. HIIISE!, - Propiictor.
Flour, Corn Meal d- Feed
Alwavs on hand and for sale at lowest'cash
p ices. The mulo st prUes paid for Wheat aud
C rn. Particular atleiition given custom work
CIIIAHLCS n .iit 11 US .
Place of business on Main St.. lietwen 4th
tnd.Mti streets. Sii tmpooiiig. SIiaig, chil
dreu's h::r cutting, etc. etc. VJly
J.J.IMHOFF, x- - - Proprietor.
The best known and most popular Landlord
in the State. Always stop at the Commercial.
- LENIIOFF cD BONNS,
Morning Dew Silicon !
One door east of the Saunders House. We
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
33inf) Constantly on Hand.
J.S.GREGORY, - - - Proprietor.
Location Central. Good Sample Room..
Every attention paid to gaests. 43m3
Plattsmouth. ----- Neb
MACHINE SHOPS !
Repairer of Stuam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist 21 ill
A AXB STEAM l-'ITTCiS,
frought Iron Pipe. Force and Lift Tipes, Steam
Gair-'cs. Safety-Valve Governors. and all
kinds of Brass Engine Fittings,
repaired on short notice.
F A h M MACHINE K"
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Deab r in
Ti f2JT CT tw? i77?
fT-ii I m V?
ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
e only place in town where "Tnrley's pat
ent self adjustable horse collarsave eold."
5 -: -
S re r6
o " c;
' G M
a. 5 -
2 3 M
BATES & K0H1TKE.
New Carpenter shop on Main Street,
Corner of 7t!i.-
Bates & Ivohnke,
and general workman in the
A. S. PADDOCK. U. S. Senator, Beatrice.
ALVIN SAUNDERS. U. S. Senator. Omaha.
E. R. VALENTINE, Represeutat'e. West Point.
ALBIN LTS NANCE. Governor, Lincoln.
S. J. ALEXANDER, Secretary of State.
F. W. LEI DTK K. Auditor. Lincoln,
fi. M. BARTLETT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. R. THOMPSON, Suit. Public Instruction.
F. M. DAVIS. Land Commissioner.
O. J. DILWOKTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HARRIS. Chaplain of Penitentiary.
DR. II. P. MATTHEWSON, Supt. Hospital for
" the Insane.
S. MAXWELL, Chief Jiwtice, Fremont.
CEO. B-. LAKE, Omaha.
A MAS A COlili, Lincoln.
Sec on ft Judicial District.
S. B. POUND, Judge. Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON, Prosecutrng-Att'y. Neb. City.
W. L. WELLS. Clerk Dist. Court, Plattsmouth.
A. N. SULLIVAN, County Judge.
J. D. TUTT. County Clerk.
.1. M. PATTERSON, County Treasurer.
R. W. 1IYFKS. Sheriff.
G. W. FAIRFIELD. Surveyor.
G. UILDEBRAND, Coroner.
HENRY" WOLFE. Liberty Precinct.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Bend Precinct.
SAM'L RICHARDSON. Mt. Pleasant Piecinct.
J. W. JOHNSON, Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON. Treasurer.
J. 1). SIMPSON. City Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN. Police Judge. .
P. B. MURPHY. City Marshal.
WM. L. WELLS. Chief of Fire Dept.
1st Ward J. PEPPEKRERG. V. V. LEONARD.
2d Ward G. W. FAIRFIELD, J. V. WECK-
3d Ward R. C. CUSHING, THOS. POLLOCK.
4th Ward P. McCALLAN, E. S. SHARP.
'olmaler-3XO. W. M ARSHALL.
B. & M. Pv. R. Time Table.
Taking Effect May 4, 1879.
FOR OMAHA FROM PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 7 :(0 a. m. Arrives 8 -45 a. in.
" 3 p. in. " 4 :53 p. in.
FROM OMAHA FOR PLaTTSMOCTTI.
Leaves 9 :10 a. m. Arrives 10 :40 a. rn.
" 6 :00 p. in. 7 :56 p. in.
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves Plattsmouth 9 :45 a. in. Arrives Lin
coln, la p. ni. ; Arrives Kearney, 7- f-5 p. m.
Freight leaves 9 :o0 a, in. Ar. Lincoln i :5o p.m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. 6 r.V) a. in. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .30 p. in. Arrives Plattsmouth. 4 :' p. m
Freiglit leaves Lincoln 11 :40 a. ni." Arrives
Piatt siHOUth, 4 :.Vj p. in.
v GOING EAST.
Express, 6 :1S a. m.
Passenger, (train each day) 4 :20 p. m., except
Saturday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects at the usual time.
Fl. V. R. II. Time Table
Taking Effect Sunday, March 23, 1S79.
8 :35 -
BLOOM IN GTON.
. 6 :10
C. K, fi O.K. II. TIME TABLE
1 25 pm i
10 .Wplll .
4 2. .am !
7 10a t j
" M-U'!)t-4 -
Arr. l'lattsmouth .
Lenve Plattsinov.T!i i 3-tipni; 5 Suani
Red Oak ! 8 oopm i 8 uam
" CreRton ! 10 35piu 111 15am
" CharitiU i 12 55am 2 15pm
tUtumwa I 3 Lilain , a Oopm
Burlington (t Jsoam i 8 40pm
Galesburg I 8 ft."am i 11 05pm
" Mcudota 12 15pm j 3 10am
Airiv Chicago I 3 30pm 7 00am
ONLY 27 HOCRS TO St. LOUIS bv the new
ROUTE just opened via MONMOUTH. PULL
MAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS run from
Burlington to St. Louis without change.
HY LEAVING PLATTSMOUTH AT 3:50 P.
M.,yoM arrive m St. IXIUIS the next evening at
8 :20. and leaving St. Louis at 8 :20 a. ni., you ar
rive in Plattsmouth 9 :20 the next morning.
Coupon Tickets for sale for all points North,
South, East and West.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Ticket Agent.
Gen. Western Pass. Agent.
J. M. Bechtal, -isent, l'lattsmouth.
THE FRIEND OF ALL! !
"I had no appetite ; Hol'owav's Pills gave me
a hearty one "
Y'oui' Pills are marvellci"" "
"1 send for another box and kevp them in the
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache that
'I gave one of your Puis to my babe for chel
era morbus. The little dear got well in a day.
"My naui-ea of a morning is now cured.
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment cured me
of noises In the head- 1 rubbetl tome of your
Ointment behind ;he care, and the noise lias
Send me two boxes ; I want one for a poor
I enclose a dollar ; your price is 25 cents but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
"Send me five boxes ol your I ills."
"Let me have three boxe of your Pills by re
turn mail, for Chills and Fever.'
I have over 2oo su-h testimonials as these
but want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment is
niOHl invaltiaflt. It does not heal externaily
alone, but penetrates with the most searching
effects to the very root of the evil.
Possessed of this REMEDY. Every Man may be
h s own Doctor. It may be rubbed into the
system, t-o as to reach any internal complaint :
by these means it cures sores or Ulcers in the
THROAT, STOMACH, LIVER. SFInE, or oth
er parts. It is an Infallible Remedy for BAD
LEGS. BAD BREASTS, Contracted or Stiff
Joints. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, aud ail Skin
Important Caution. None are genuine
unless the signature of J. JIaydock, as aent
for the United States, surrounds each box of
Pills and Oiutment. Boxes at 20 cents, 62 cents,
and 1 each.
C4S There is considerable saving by taking
the larger tdzes. Holloway & Co., New York.
PAPER - HANGING
ie3 J-1 isr a? x asr a-.
r-Shop over BONNER STA BLES.on
STKE1GIIT & MILL EH,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly' on
- FRUIT, CONFECTIONEY.
Remember the place opposite E. G. Dovey's
on Lower Main Street.
21-ly STREIQHT & MILLER.
The Homestead on the Hill.
. rmi pinster lone and old,
And my hair is stroaked with gray,
And my lile wears on as dull and cold
Asa cheerless Winter-day;
And often, at early nii;ht.
When the house i dusk and still,
I sit and watch the jrleams of lijrht
From the liomestend on the
The one that beams first of all
Shines out through the open t'oor,
Illunif s the length aiivl I ireaJ th of the hali,
From ceili i to ll.iir;
It gleam? out into the iii-ht,
And down to the garden-gnte.
While juit within the warm flood of light.
Do eager children, wait.
They wait for the father's tread,
They wait for the fallier'a kiss,
For t lit loving touch of his hand on
And the smile that t'icy never miss;
Their frolieing forms I see.
As they dance with a merry din;
They lnuph and they shout with a
As they welcome the father In.
And next, in the family room.
Where tiio ta'ile is spread fjr tea,
The eveni'.g-Lim;) drivv of ths srl-w.n,
And the :at lit ring shadows flee,
And then, in the room above.
Where Uip baby is in iis nst,
I seem to he ir ti c murmur of lovo
That htmhes it to its rest.
Then I draw my curtain down,
And 1 t.iiuk of a diy gone by
When my lifi was youuj and my hair
And my hopeful heart beat high;
When a youth came wooing me,
Hut I turned away a'xl sii.l,
"Such a litf.ndrti'ii lifts would weary me,
And I d i not oare to wel."
'Tis strange I can now recall,
Ev'ry tone as he sai l good-hre:
For years I t!i -ug-it of hi.:i sc irco at all.
As I roamed 'ncith a foreign sky;
For I journeyed far and wide,
And of novelty bad my 1111,
And I smiled to iitar that Ju-'d brought
Lis l ri !o
To th! !i-):n'S'.a! o i tY? hill.
Ah, well! that i- long fcince o'er.
And liie friends' of my yo'.it:i a re dead;
Th' lovlk'-t Heei'.e cm charm no tt.or
Whet; ti c- ;.o;rs ot ti.e hai t are Hed.
And s a ths is:.xht eo:nss i i.
Do I -it i tl'.c d irk and chill.
And wo id r. and dream what my life
I:i the h .mestra 1 on the hill.
Plattsmouth, Nov. 17, '79.
Board met iu regular session; pres
ent: Ileory "Wolfe. James Crawford
and Sam'l Richardson, Commissioners;
J. D. Tutt, Clerk.
Minutes of previous meeting read
and approved, when board adjourned
to meet Tusday.
Tuesday, Xov. 18, '72.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All the board present.
The following claims were then al
owed on general fund:
D. D. Martindale, serv. as supt. 076 20
J D Tutt, sal. and ex 43 18
G II Black, insane case 17 50
" making city reg. list . 30 00
II McElwain, rep. C. II. wind'
J D Tutt, disl'g poll books
P B Murphy, prisoner's wash'g.
O F Johnson, wall paper
11 YV Ilyers, boarding prisoners
ani.jailor's fe&. 15G 40
M McElvain, glazing
J Simmons, wash'g jail ciethes. .
U V Mathews
Cost bill, St. vs. Win Waberg. . .
B'd insanity case F McGee
Allowed on poor fund:
J C Eikcnbery, b'd'g paupers. . .
J E Barnes, d'g pauper grove. . .
Eli Simpson, nursing pauper. . .
C G Herold, cloth'g for p'r
II Boeck, coflin far pauper
F StuH, nursing pauper!
Wm Kirk, medicine serv. p'r... .
Allowed on "bridge fund:
Cummins & Richey, bridge and
Jesse Urwin, posts as percrder.
U V Mathews, spikes
Order allowed G. W. Young, road
dist. No. 25, .400 feet of lumber, GO
Quackenbush & Bros, on bridge fund
Application of Jas. Walker for Co.
support of colored woman rejected.
Order allowed R. Chilson for 820 oh
Clerk was instructedto make deed
to F. E. White and receive pay for
County's interest in lots 10 and 11 in
bleck 9. the price being the tax 12 per
Theodore IJeodiker was appointed
Supervisor of dist. 12 on petition.
The matter of the incorporation of
the city of Louisville with remon
strance was taken up and after due
consideration was rejected.
Upon presentation of certificate from
the Clerk of Saunders Co., the taxes of
Ed. Hutchinson was. ordered stricken
from the tax list for 1878, as they had
been erronettsly assessed.
Treasurer ordered to extend time on
School land of C. M. Cherry.
Board adjourned to meet Wednesday.
November, 19th, 1879. -Beard
met pursuant t adjournment.
All the board present.
Petition of J. YV. Johnson et. al. for
an appropriation for the benefit of
Thos. Owens and family, was granted ;
orderedthe $60 be drawn from the poor
fund and be expended under the di
rection of J. W. Johnson.
Ordered that the Co. Clerk of Cas3
Co. in tha State ef Nebraska, cause
suit to be instituted against W. L.
Hobbs and E. G. Dovey, H. D. Hatha
way, C. II. Parmele and James O'Neil,
his sureties, also against YV. L. Hobbs,
former Treasurer f Cass Co. and A.
L. Childs, E. Burger, S. Barker, Sam'l
Maxwell andS. A. Davie, his sureties
on his official bond dated November
3d, 1889, for amounts due the county
while acting aa Treasurer.
When it was ordered that G. S.
Smith and G. YV. Coyell. be and they
are hereby employed as Attorney's to
prosecute the two ' foregoing 3uits
against W. L.. Ilobbs et. al. at a com
pensation of 335 each for each ca3e,
as a retainer and 10 per cent of the
amounts tecovered bv the county, the
county to pay court expenses.
The following were then allowed on
Henry Kirkham, Jail well$20.-
85 less 82.00 $ 18 85
J. D. Tutt, making out 233
' election certificates...'. 58 25
Streight & Miller repairing c's. 5 00
A. Ashley, glazing C't House 95
G W Covell, R R f'e and h. b. 30 00
- " " two cases County Yrs
Hobbs et.al 50 00
G S Smith, two cases Co'ty vs
Hobbs et al..- 50 00
G S Smith, legal services 150 00
S Richardson serv as commis'r 10 00
J Crawford, " " " 33 50
Henry '.Volfe, " " " 10 20
Allowed en bridge fund:
Dean & Son lumber road dist. 25 97
Ordered that the Clfrk be and is
hereby ordered to serve the following
notice on J. M. Patterson," County
Treasurer of Cass County, Neb.:
"You are respectfully requested to
appear before the board ef county
commissioners- at tbeir next regular!
session in Dec, 1879, and show reason
why you did not pay the registered war
rants on the County general fund, at
the times and iu the manner prescrib
ed by law, sec. 4, chapter 05, revised
statutes', but instead of paying s;ud
warrants, as the law directs, allowed
funds amounting to $6,000 to accumu
late in your bonds.
Ordered that the County Clerk be in
structed to make out an accountagainst
John B. Ilass, for keeping his sister in
the poor house of this county and send
to Saundur? county for collection im
mediately. Clerk instructed to draw two war
rants on bridge fund of 6500 each, in
favor of YV. J. White, as part pay on
bridge contract of Aug. 1879. ..
Ordered that the clerk immediately
notify all druggists in Ca33 county, or
such as are selling spirituous liquors,
that they must take out County license
for same, as they are subject to prose
cution, accordimi to the decision f
the supreme court of this state.
Application of S. M. Uolveistadt for
refandif; money paid on taxes, said
to be erroneously paid on ow
ing school land to wit: n. of the n.
w. H, and s. w. , section 30, town 10,
range 11 east. Application refused by
Henry Wolfe, and Jas. Craw ford, Sam
uel Richardson dissenting from the
above rinding. Board then adjourned
to meet the first Monday in December,
Attest: Henry "Wolfe,
attest : Henry Y olfe, 1
r. D. Tutt, J. Crawford,
Clerk. S. Richardson, )
MinwixTER Styles iv Drfsses. Wrath,
Hats a.nd Boxn kts, Et tekas or Dhess
Messrs. EHRICH fc CO., of New York, the
publishers of EIIKICH'S FASHION O.CAK
TEKLY', have kindly placed at our oervice the
following notes on the Winter Fashions of 1879
80, compiled from advance sheets of the forth
coming Winter number of their magazine. The
Fashion Quarterly is unquestionably tiie lead
ing authority on all matters of dress and the
toilet generally, as well as the most trustworthy
guide to shopping in all its branches. We un
derstand that the Winter number will bo unus
ually rich in Its descriptions cf Holiday goods
and presents. The low price of the magazine,
only 60 cents a year, or 15 cents a single copy,
places it within I lie leach of all : and there is
no lady but w ill find it useful, however small
may be her purchase, or limited her means.
The styles for the coming season nre rich,
pleastng'aDd varied to a degree exceeding lhat
of many past years. The revival of changeable
or shot'silks, satins aud velvets, brocades aud
damasees, the introduction of gold and 6ilver
threads into many of thq richest dress goods,
and the received form m which cut jet and va
negated be;irl have been reproduced, render
fashion tins year a gorgeous and beautiful won
der. The modiste! and milliners have caught
the artistic spirit and have made admirable
use of tiicse nww fabrics in the creation of rare
ly beautiful costumes, wraps, bonnets, hats, uud
accessories of the toilet.
SACCjUES. CLOAKS, ETC.
While long French sacii.es of beaver and chin
chilla cloths atid other cloaking materials, are
used for ordinary wear, the rie'ier Sii-iiienne
and Antwerp siiti and silk matelasse and heavy
camels hair cloaking fabrics, bot h bI.i-! and
coloved, are made up into long dolman., visiles,
and long, loose-fitting sacque dolmans, with
elbow sleeves or dolm in capes superimposed
above theacque. forming ornamental sleeves
and upper capes combined. Such garments ai e
lined with quilted Kalia. and trimmed with the
richest otneh feather ruchings. chenille, and
crimped tape ; and sometimes a rich pasemen
terirt lat-tail fringe is added, falling over the
under one of cheuille and pressed bilk. Tassel
ed and b;;ll fringes are aiso used, and to give
addei effect, strands of jet beads are introduc
ed in the black fringes, ami amber and varie
gnted ones iu the colored fiii'ges that trim the
cloaks of colored cloaking material.
The millinery, this season, assumes more ori
ginal and interesting forms than ever, while no
words car. convev an adequate idea of tiie ex
quisite colors and texture of the materials. The
salius, velvets, ami silks, the ribbons and ail
woven stufTs in millinery goods, come in change
able etleets. or if solid iu culor. are Woven wiUi
a glistening and sbeeiiev surface that is inde
scribably beaut iful. the fancy featners aiso
are richer aud more variegated than ev-r. and
the ostrich tips and plumes are frequently sha
ded in a novel and most effective manner : col
ored tinsel, crystal, and variegated and tine cut
let be;ias and ornaments ai used wi libitum on
everything, and cold and silver braids ar.dl.ice,
geld, silver. Jet steel and variegated jewel orna-1
meiits, all play their part iu tne worn oi uouuet
and hat ornamentation.
SIAIPLR HEAD GEAR.
But while these dressy and elaborate bonre'is
and hats are worn for cerenionieus occasions,
in ful) toilet, the simplest kind of head gear
felts, Derbvs, and equestrieunes are worn by
young iat'.i-s on all ordinary occa"ioits, wjin in
tie or no irimminzon them, while their mam
mas wear plain felt bonnets, trimmed only with
mam aiiii riioon. r iauSs oi uiaiu siik orsai
pi. and but one modest wiug, or perhaps two
Among new neck lingerie are found chemis
ettes of point d'etprd and crept lie alternating.
enormous cravats or white inuslui, etigett wiiu
ureton, potit a epril and other laces, ana nen
us of all styles and dimensions, while for tall
and stately figures lart;e lace half handkerchief
ni nrecon lace anu jxnni a esprit, uoroeieu who
piaitiugs of ihe same, are used with marked
Ti:uni1er Head, the highest nioutiinin
of thu Caiskiil, 4,.1'i-j led, na a hcutunu
spring oi. cold water under the highest
ledge, about teu feet below the ioj.
Does Your Fanning ray?
Tut tlio question, says X. Y. Z. in r.n
exchange, to the average farmer and per
liaj 13 he viil tell you he thiaka fanning
dots pay. Possibly ho will answer "i
think not," but very probably if ho says
wind lie actually thinks, ho will say that
he doesn't know. Ak tliL" same niau how
much money lie cleared from a certain'
jio.ato patch, r whether he gaiucd any
thing from a ccrtaiu lioid planted to coin,
aud iu either cae you receive the samo
ptiswer, "1 don't kuow." And probably
it" this man runs his farm (or lots liisfann
ruu him) lor twenty years to coine, ho
will uevur know the cx.ict cost of his
croim, or whether or not his crops tiro a
gam or a loss to him; perhaps lie iur.y
guess but he doesn't knuw.
Fanners, open your eyes, and know
wliut you are about! YYiicti you plaut
corn, estimate what the use of your laud
is worth; estimate the woith of your tinio
spent iu preparing the laud and in lend
ing the crop; estimate the value of seed
aud fertilizers used. Put all down in
writing and when you have harvested the
crop, estimate what it is worth. You can
easily iind out your exact gain or lo&s.
Keep an account with each crop you
raise; keep au aicouut with your hens
aud your hogs. Five minutes a day spent
in practical bookkeeping won't impover
ish you. Do business in a business way.
What would be thought of a merchant or
a manufacturer who kept no accouut'f'
They could'iA do business that way. But
are wo smarter than they
Fanners, kcepyonr accounts, nud know
where your money comes fioui; know
wh.-.t crojis pay the nio.-; know whether
your hogs ami hcus pay or not. Then
you will know where to invest your time
and money. Lay by this bhiUlessucss
mid do business as vou should, and your"
will bo ihe gainers by it. -
New York City.
The New York Legislature has done a
good tning in passing a bill reforming
liie vicious svtttm of teneuieut house
crow'.iiug in the city of New York, says
liie Scifiiliiic Record. The new Ktatuto
forbids any teiiem' iit house or bl. ck to
cover uioru than 05 per cent of the laud
at bit hcil, und a cfear space must be left
between it aud the bui.wing iK-xt to it.
The windows in every room mut equal
onc-U'Uth the urea of the room, and ven
tilate n must bo provided. Kaeh occu
pant must bj provided with GOO cubic
iect ol a;r. A eociely is organised to see
thai I. iis statute, which, though defective,
iu some respects, is sirictly enforced. If
is, li. croft i re, hoped that iu duo time- hu-"
m..n xisletice in that city may bo
brought 'into harmony with lite laws of
die u l health, ami the slow process of
muutor that has destroyed its tens of
thousands of lives already may be abol
ished. There is no good natural reason
why New York should not bo one of the
healthiest cities on the globe?. It h mild
in winter and not severe as lo heat in tho
summer, above other places, p.inl having
such grand water surfaces, s ilt and fresh.
about it, and grand facilities for rural
connections, it ought to stand at the head
of At, antic cities lor sweetness, health
Old heroes of the Revolution like PuW
nam and lKrkimer Uo not sliiue in their
ospisloiury work. Such specimens ot,
thi'ir correspondence as have survived the
too.h of fi.'iie ami come down to an ad-'
miring l ut p'l.r.Iiiig tHisteiity need tho
accompaniment of an explanatory chart.
Thus, tho Oneida Historical Society has
sccuicd liu loilowing in the handwriting
of lletkiniei :
Si r you will order your bodellyan do
uierchs immiedectleh do fordewaid weid
for d.is biolRs.n aud amoniest heu lietl
for ou betell. Dis you will niebeu your
beiicl from friud.
To Cornell pledcr bellinger
at du nets."
ochdober 18, 1775.
By the ai 1 ot two or three volumes of
taclu s, a copy of Ca.'sar's commentaries,
and Diedcricli Knickerbocker's history
of ihe New Netherlands, a patient and
patriotic person will be able to translate
this missive as follows:
Sir: You will order your battalion to
match immediately to Fort Edward with
lour days' provisions aud ammunition, lit
lor one battle. This you will disobey (atj
your peril. From (your) friend,
To Co!ouei Peter Bellinger,
At the Flats, October IS, 1770.
Desblains, the diet d'orchestre of the
Clcvario des Li las, is dead. Siuce 1850
l.e has beaten time at litis celebrated es
ublishmcnt ol pere Bullicr, and his deatit
wiil be regretted by many generations of
s'udeuls. An anecdote is toid that when
Dcvbiaius heard that a certain member of
Ihe actual French Cabinet bad cmo into
ollice l.e went to sec him requested a
p. ace lor na old violinist who had be
coii.u paralyzed in one arm. J'iie Minis
ter, who ha I been a bold dancer at Bul
lici's in tlu days ot his 30UII1, at onco
recognized Dcsblains, but declared ho
had no ph'.fc to give. "1 must huve one,"
said I), sbl.-t.h.s. aIusi? Do you mean
that as a command!" "Perhaps," replied
Dcsb.ains. "W hen I used lo direct tho
oichstraJof a cji lain puL.ic ball of w hich
y,u were an habitue and you asked 1110
lo bisser a polka tiiat had please 1 yon I
did not wait lo bo asked twice." Thu
Miuiater yielded, and tho paralyzed vio
linist got tiie place.
A J.Iobi'c paper dscrilies a young lady
with her hair "as black as a ravcu'e"
The ravens weren't wearing Lair to speak
of last summer, but we suppose the style
has changed this year. Hau-kege,
Positive Results. Tlere arc nu
merous remedies that cure sometimes
and become trusted as useful, bit
none have ever proved so eflectual
euretl co many and such remarkable
cases as Dr. Ayer's medee ines.
The Cherry Pectoral has restored
great numbers of patients who were
believed to-be hopelessly affected
Ague Cure breaks up chills and fe '
ver quickly and suiely.
Ayer's Compound Extract of Sar
sapa'rilla eradicates scrofula and im
purities of the blood, cleanses tho
svstcm and restores it to vigorous
health. Ry. its timely tse many
troublesome disorders that caii.e a
'decline of health are expelled or cur
ed. Ayer's Pills and their effects arc"
too well known everywhere to requfref
anv commendation from us heie-
ScVanton (Pa.) Times.
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