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Tiie Restoration of the Jews.
VTe wero told a few d.iyg ago that
an old project had recentlr been re
vived at Constantinople, and that the
Porte, despairing of raUing money in
any ordinary way, had offered to sell
Paleatino to the Jewish Alliance of
course for cash down and to allow
the restoration of the Jews as a people
to their own land. The country would
be declared a principality, with a Jew
ish prince or president, guaranteed
against Interference so long as a fixed
tribute was regularly paid. We did
notj and w do not, believe the story,
which would be most unacceptable to
the religious party among Mohamme
dans, and probably owes its origin to
the hopefulness of some students of
prophecy-among ourselves; but it is
constantly revived, and most English
men seem unaware of the difficulties
in the way of such a project. They
would have little motive in going to'
Judea, where there are no cities, no
business, and no attractions of climate
for them ; and even if a strong relig
ious or historic impulse drew them
there they would find endless difficul
ties. We suppose a government could
be organized, though it is remarkable
that tho nation lias no great family in
its midst universally accepted as its
representative house; and no aristoc
racy except the reputed descendants
of the active section of tho Levitcs.
The two great houses of tho Jews, in
the political sense the House of Da
vid and the Asmoneans have perish
ed utterly, the last prince of the Cap
tivity, who was by universal tradition
Hebrew, and we think, by evidence of
the royal line, dying at Cadiz in tho
sixteenth century ; and persecution to
a great extent wore down all distinc
tions of grade, though Jewish families
once great in bpain do, wo believe, ex
ist. Still, a government could be
formed, but the difficulty would be a
people. Judca is a country whicu
might be prosperous, beautiful, and
fertile, ir It were "improved" for iiair
a century that is, if the hiils wero
replanted, if the water supply were
renewed, and if the soil wero resolute
ly cultivated and manured. They
might obtain Arab help, and gradual
lv extend themselves, but in the exist
tag circumstances of the world a Jew
ish kingdom or republic on the south.
eastern shore of the Mediterranean,
with the desert behind it and no car
rying trade for that trade will go by
sea if the Duke of Sutherland builds
railways from now till A. D. 2000
would be a rather feeble and poverty
stricken affair, not half so attractive to
tho community as the great cities
which the northern barbarians, who
were savages when the Maccabees were
encouraging learning, have built up iu
the West. We fear the Jews ot'En
eland will prefer London to the deli
cious sky of Syria, and that it will
not be given to this age, which has
seen so many nations rise and fall, to
witness the restoration of the Jews to
Palestine, and the renewal of the daily
sacrifico on Mount Mo nan.
Swindling a Clergyman.
Confidence swindlers have done
much recently to raise their calling to
the rank of a fine art, and one Boston
clergyman, who performs marriage
ceremonies for a stated fee, can testa y
to their expertness. A thrifty young
couple asked, in advance, the price ot
the ceremony, and being satisfied with
a charge of five dollars, wero joined in
wedlock, the clergyman kmdly pro
viding the witnesses without extra
fee. The bridegroom offered a .fifty
dollar bill and received forty-five dol
lars in change, and tho clergyman dis
covered the next day that the fifty
dollar bill was a counterfeit. Sinco
the bashful bride avoided a scrutiny
of her countenance, he thinks now
that she was counterfeit too, and only
a young rogue dressed in female ap
r--- A Dog Ea thing-Master. -
From "A. Faithful Friend," In St. Nicholas.
Oar faithful frieud Jet, a powerful
dog, lived with us on the Navesink
Highlands. One summer we had a
bright little fellow, who, although
not in the least vicious, yet had a
boy's propensity to destroy, and to
injure, and to inflict pain. Master
Willie loved Jet dearly, and yet he
would persist in torturing tho patient
dog most outrageously, striking hard
blows, punching with sharp sticks,
and pulling hair cruelly. One sum
mer's afternoon, Jet was lying on the
front piazza, taking a nan, and Willie
came out and aasaullcu him with a
new carriage whip, which had been
left in tho hall. Jet knew the child
ought not to have the whip, so he
went and called the nurse's attention,
as ho often did when the children
were in to mischief or danger. But the
girl did not give heed, as she should
have done, and Willie kept on follow
ing Jet from place to place, plying
the lash vigorously. Finding he was
left to deal with the case himself, Jet
auictly laid the young one on tho
oor, carefully took a good grip in
the gathers of his little frock, lifted
him clear, and gave him a hearty,
sound shaking. Then he took up the
whip, trotted off to the barn with it,
came back, stretched himself out in
the shade, and finished his nap. The
young gentleman did not interfere
with him again, and ever afterward
treated him with groat consideration.
Nothing delighted the dog more
than to go into the water with the
young folk, and to see the bathing
suits brought out always put him in
the highest spirits. The children call
ed him "the boss of the bathing
ground'fcnd so he was, as he made all
Bands do just as he pleased. He would
take them in and bring them out again,
as he thought fit, and there was no use
in resisting him, as he could master
half a dozen at once, in the water. No
one could go beyond certain bounds,
either, under penalty of being brought
back, with more haste than ceremony.
But, within the proper limits, he nev
er tired of helping the bathers to have
a good time, frolicking with them,
carrying them on his back, towing
them through the water, letting them
dive off his shoulders, and playing
The Cheatful Woman.
' At an onion party in Rockland (Me.)
the other evening, a wicked brunette
played a higb game for kisses. At a
party of this description it is the cus
tom for the girls to go into a darkened
room, when one of the party bites a
mouthful from an onion. A young
man is then admitted, and it is his
proud privilege to kiss the batch of
girls until he is enabled by the taste to
determine which one of them bit the
fragrant fruit. The brunette afore
mentioned in this case slipped the
onion into her pocket instead of biting
it, and the spruce Boston drummer
who was summoned to test and find
kissed five times around the circle,
and was beginning again, when a girl,
whose jealous lover was outside, dis
covered the trick, and the game was
The German traveler, Dr. Naurmnn,
lias informed the Berlin Geographical
Society that the Japanese Minister of
PublicJWorks has requested him to
carry out a geological and astronomi
cal survey of Japan, and to examine the
soil for copper and coal.
Mutton Chops. Sprinkle with vin
egar, pepper and Kilt, dip them in egg,
sprinkle witncracKcror Dreaucrumos,
Bread Pudding. One pint of milk,
one cup of dry, stale broad crumbs,
two eggs, one teaspoon ful of melted
butter, a pinch or 60da dissolved in
boiling water. Beat the yolks, mix
with bread and milk, then butter, so
da, and lastly the whites beaten stiff.
Bake and eat with rich sauce.
Gum Arabic Water. Put one ounce
of choice gum in a jar with two
ounces ot sugar and one pint ot water.
Set it in a sancepau of warm water
ana stir until uissoiveu. ahu a in no
lemon to flavor, and you have a good
drink for consumptives or any one
with a cough.
Cream Muffins (an excellent and
well-tried recipe). One quart sweet
milk (half cream if you can get it),
one heaping quart of Gfaham flour,
six eggs, and salt to taste. tsaKo lni
med iatelcJii hoi mufiiii rings. Your
oven should be hot and the muffins
sent to the table as soon as they are
Rolls. Take a piece of bread dough
a little larger than a pint cup, and
knead into it one or two tablespoon-
fuls of butter, .roll out and spread
with butter: roll up, and cut ott
pieces the size you wish, roll thin in
the hand and place in the pan, let rise,
and bake. The crust will be nice if
they are rubbed, with butter before
To Roast a Calf's Liver. Wash
thoroughly and wipe dry; cut a long,
deep hole in the side; stun with
crumbs, bacon and onions chopped;
salt and pepper to taste; bit of butter
and one egg ; sew or tie together the
liver; lard it over, and bake in the
oven, basting frequently; serve with
gravy and currant jelly.
Indelible Ink. An indelible ink,
without silver salts, is made by rub
bing together fifteen grains of an. line
black with sixty drops of muriatic
acid, and adding an ounce and a half
of strong alcohol. The mixture is di
luted with a hot solution of thirty-
eight grains of gum arabic in a third
of a pint of water. This ink is assert
ed to have no corroding effect on steel
pens, and to be neither destroyed bv
mineral acids nor by caustic alkalies.
Delicious Plum Pudding. A pound
each of brown sugar, suet chopped
very fine, and breud crumbs and flour
mixed. A pound and a half each of
&eeded raisins and thoroughly washed
and dried currants. One-half pound
of chopped citron, ten eggs, one cup
New Orleans molasses, and cloves, cin
namon and salt to taste. Boil an hour
for every pound. Tie iu a floured
cloih, and put a plate in the bottom
of the pot. Keepooiling water in the
tea-kettle tor tilling up.
The pas! or of one of the London
churches 13 notorious for his nervous
ness. On a recent evening, having
given out a hymn, he forgot to make
an announcement until tho organ was
pealing its loudest ''Oh, stout ston!
stop!" he cried, to the great surprise
ui lire wugitjuuuii, A ill- UIgilUlSfc
pulled up very short. Then, with
perspiration on his brow, tho mrsoii
turned to the congregation and began :
'During the singing ot this collection
tre hymn will be devoted to the pur-
pose 01 xneu ne saw jus mis
take. It was too late too mend it He
looked in horror and paused, forgot
what he was going to say, made a tre
mendous attempt to recover his mem
ory, and, failing, cried with piteous
plaintivcncss : "The purpose of what
what I told you this morning."
lhe whole congregation burst into a
loud laugh, which no effort Co ild re
strain, and the remainder ot tho ser
vice was nothing better than a '-niTry
At Kolomna, Russia, thev have iust
celebrated the completion, in the ma
chine shops of that place, of their
nvc-numtredtli locomotive and ten
thousandth railroad car. The first
engine was built thero in 1S68, and is
still iu active use.
Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. TbejlUtA
it boanM it is iwstt ; Mothers Ilk
Castori Meanii it gives health
t- child t a d Physicians, cause
it contains no morphine or mineral.
Is nature's remedy for assimilating;
the food.- It cues Wind Colie, the
raising; of Sour Curd and Diarrhoea,
allays FeTorishness and Kills
Worms. Thus the Child has health
and the Mother ohtains rest. Pleas
ant, Cheap, and Reliable.
The meat sffestiYS Pain -relieving scents
MAN and BEAST
. the -world has ever knovxu
Over 1,000,000 Bottles aedd last year I
The reasons for this unprecedented popu
larity, are evident;, the Centaur Lini
ments are made to deserve confidence 1
the; are absorbed into ths structure; they
always enre and never disappoint.
No person need longer suffer with
PAIN in the BACK,
Rheumatism, or Stiff Joints, for the
Liniments trill surely exterminate
tha pain. Thsra ia no Stx-svin, Sprain,
Cut, Scald, Born, Braiao, Stine, Osall
or Lamsnsn 'to whieK Mankind or
Dan. Brntos ars aubject, tbat dooa
not respond to this Sootnins aalm.
not only rolioT pnin, tut thy incite
healthy action, mduo irt animation,
and core, what her tb cyiuptoms proceed
from wounds of the Seta, or Neuralg-ia of
the ITerrest from eontracted Cords or a
seaXdod Land t from a sprained anklo
r a gasnod foot waether from dUcuatine
PIMPL23 ca a LADY'3 FACE
or a strainad joint on a Ilorso'a IjOST
The agony prouuusd by a Eura or .LcM;
mortification from Frost-bites: S-vali-
incs from Strains; thetortxires of Rheu
matism! Crippled for life, by iom
begleted acciilcot; a Talnatla hcrse or
a 33 oc tor's 5IH taa; all b isvod f.c-i
Ono XJottlo of Contanr Lir'aiert.
No Iloasoteep.r, Farmer. riactor.Tcstr',
or LiTr!rnn. c?-ll hCt J to be vi.hvul
tbsio wo-iii.rf-1 I.-: Tt-y cun
He procured in cziy pert ef t";o c-- o f--r
"O ct. and CI.GO a bottle. Liiiu
BRICK! BRICK t .
If you want any
Fire cr Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
Wines, Liqou r s
Main Street, opposite the Court Home.
This place is Just opened, new, good goods of
all kinds. We want to keep a good bouse and
please our customer!.
REMEMBER THIS. ly.
EH I Ea IS .
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Furnishes Freeh, Pure Milk.
CniiAlnl ji.11. .tl.nJad t ami Vrptib Ikfillr
Irom same cow lurnisnea wueu wameu.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has Just opened an entire new stock of bard-
Kexi door west of Chapman & Smith's Dm
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Kef,
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, ORIND
A Full Line of t TTJMilt V.
Special Rates tc Guilders and Con,
All (roods soM as lo s they possibly can be
and live. v
All kinds of
Neatly & Promplp.
TTaica 1fnli- .CV Av Cltrtniiiir
11.V1 SVJ .114. It lly IV lAUUUl;lllg;
In short, well shoe anything that ha?
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St between Main and Vine Streets.
ust acros; corner from the Jf ew HERALJ
NO CHANGING OARS
-) FROM (-
OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS. NEBRASKA CITY
Where direct connections are made with
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
T7za ShoTt Line
Vis PEORIA for
INDIANA POLIS. LOUISVILLE, CINCIN
NATI, and all pointsfin the
TUB BEST LIKE FOB
Wuere Pireot Connections are made in the
UNION DEPOT with Throuch Sleeping Car
Uses lor oil pointssOLXll.
The Shortest. Speediest and most Comfortable
via HANNIBAL to
Ft. SCOTT, DENISON, DALLAS, HOUSTON
A USTIN, SAN A NTONIO, GALVESTON,
an all points In
Pullman lA.tVhaAt Tala0 &1nninr Par.
4 unman .v- " ' v. . -' i' -( -
C, B. & Q. Palace Drawing-Room Cars,
With Horton's Keclininc Chairs. No?Extra
Charge lor seais.m rteeiiniDK i.uairs.
j ne laruous vj.,su. a. vj. i auto jiuiiir-
p-iot Tiin StPl Rail Track and Runerior
Equipment combined witn tneir ureal 1 nrougn
car ArranQcmciu. inaKn uiie, auuvc uu uwcn,
tne lavorite iiouie io;tue
HAST, SOUTH OBJSOCTII.EAST.
TRY IT. andlyoulwill find TRAVELING a Lux-
All information about1 Kates of Fare, Sleep
ing Car Accommodations, ana lime iaoien,
will be cheerfully given by applying to
James R. Wood,
GeneraPPassenger Kg't, Chicago.
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL-
First class Lodging Rooms.
First Class Boarding.
Good Sample Rooms
Eyerything and every comfort
A Good Hotel canlFurnish
Also, Good Wines, Good Beer, Good Liquors,
Good Lemonade, Good Cigars,
Kept at the Citj Hotel.
I41y FRED. GOOS, Proprietor.
SIGN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
Shop over the Brick Block
next to-II Boeck s.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEB
j -' -. --TV
r :; g
Sole Appointing Agent for
The Unrivalled Slason A Hamlin
Also State Aeent for the Henry K Mil'er and
W. C. Emerson Co. Pianos.
at efllce. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
PLATTSMO UTH, NEB.
Vrill do well to examine our
Hcvr Mason & Hamlin
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am going to
this spring and want to .
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
that people can build
BRICK HOUSES INSTEAD OF FRAME,
I shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
the corning year and would like those
Intending to Build to
give me a call before looking elsewhere-
At my place on Washington Avenue or at F.
S. White's Store on Main Street, Plattsmouth,
Nebraska. 45m 3
New Firm !
J01SES & AGNEW,
Brick Livery Stable
The old Bonner Stables, in Plattemouth. are
now leased ny Jones ei Agnew, ana they nave
n hand New and handsome accommodations,
in ine snap oi
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are prepared to keep HORSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break-Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That with Dlentv of room (that everv one
knows we have) in our stable, we can get Farm
ers' stock and wauons. loads ot hav. &c. under
cover, where they will keep dry.
Thanking all the old patrons for their liberali
ty.we solicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that we can accommodate them better and do
better by them than ever before.
501y JOXES & AGNEW.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
- and In fact everything you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND FURS.
All kinds of country oroduce taken In ex
change for goods.
ten mi, i
... , T
uiij ii.maJj for
P 5 with nnprecedtnted reulti!
IV pun -. . . . .
Obnw s- K uinuwLARi
V taf aairAfiik aa m IN aaosnwa-v
. . wiwif VIWTOUOm
S Ja.aseisT vunuinmiviunu.
Jv.ja iiwols. It is Partly WjllO-l
Veg table. It never H N Zflt
5DbUitatc8 Iti "'KfeJ B GMl
tviff 5 1 JlDTigoratorl
itlLi sAa. for more than S5 rear. '
WHO IS UNACQIIA'NTED WITH THE
VKFF RV C-XAMININft
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK
It main line runs from Cblcaso to Council
Bluffs, passing through Juliet. Ottawa, La Salle.
Genosco. Moline, Kock Island. Davenport, West
Liberty. Iowa City. Marenco. Brooklyn. Urlnnell,
IXs Moines (the cnpiutl of Iowa). Stuart, Atlan
tic, and Avoca : with branches from Bureau
Junction to Peoria ; Wtlton Junction to Musca
tine. Washington. Kairfltld. Eldon, Belknap,
CentreTille, Princeton, Trenton. Gallatin, Caiutt
ron, Leavenworth, Atchison, and Kaunas City;
WanhtiiBton to Sigourney, Oskaiooso. and Knox
Ttlle; Keokuk to Faxniincton, Bonaparte, Ben
tonnport. Independent. Eldon. Otturowa. Eddy
ville.Oskaloova. Pel la. Monroe, and Lx- Moines;
Newton to Monroe; Dos Moines to Indianolaand
Wintersel: Atlantic to Lewis and Audubon; and
Avoca to Harlan. This is positively the only
Railroad, which cwns, and operates a through
line from Chicago into the State of Kansas.
Through Express Passenger Trains, with Pull
man Palac Cars attached, are run each way daily
between Chicago and Peokia. Kansas Citt,
COUKCIb BLl-FFS. IJtAVENWOBTH and ATCHI-
BO!. Through cars are also run between Milwau
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwaukee and
Rock Island Short Line."
The "Great Rock Island" is magnificently
equipped. Its road bed is simply perfect, and ls
track is laid with steel rails.
What will please you most will be the pleasure
ef enjoying your meals, while passing over the
beautiful prairies of Illinois and Iowa, In one of
our magnificent Dining Cars that accompany all
Through Express Trains. You get an entire
meal, as good as is served in any first-class hotel,
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartments tor different
purposes (and the Immense passenger business
. nt this line warranting it), we are pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs Pullman Palac
EUtmna Can for sleeping purposes, and Palac
Pri.I.MAX PALiCE CARS r
COIT3WCI1. MLi:FF, KAsAk CITY, ATCHWOS, and LEA VE WOKTH.
Tlcsteta wlat this t.lne, known the ' Great Kock. Island Soute," avra sola oy
oil Ticket Ag-enta In tne Vnlted Hlatea sad .Cauda.
far lifaroaUsa not ebtatlnable tat your homo ticket oflSee, stddreaa.
A KIMBALL, X2. ST. JOHN,
Gen'l Superintendent Gen'l Tat. and Pass'irr Art.,
B S) a i
I 7 SB
9 B "
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Mala street. Corner of Fifth.
FLATTSMOUTJL - - - - NEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
T-ZKIIE UOTICE I
T vant ill rf m r o rrti t t a eattlaH dnta
anl I shall do no more credit business. All old
accounts must be settled up. and no new ones
will be made. Unless such accounts are settled
shertly they will be sued.
l wisn to ao a strictly casn business in luture
again comes to the front with bis large stock
of piece goods, aad maaes his stand
ing offer of a
FIT OR NO CASH OUT !
on every suit that he measures for. You can't
miss the place as you go down street,
Oppoi.'J? the Court House.
48tf (Sfoll anb see Hint i
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and ether machinery, as there
is a good lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He Is well known as &
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
New Wagons and Bngsriea made to
Shop on Sixth street apposite Streight's Stable
ALL KINDS OF
Raiding, raining, biasing,
$ giijttr Hanging.
Also, Decorations of all kinds.
Painted in Good Style.
FRESCOING A SPECIALTY.
A.B. TATLOB, J. VAL.LKRT, SK., .
N. HOLMES, E. HEUKXB. 4-tt
T I A S3 C
CtOCRAPHY OF THJSCOUNTRY, WILL
THIS MAP. THAT THE
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WEST I
Dining tsrs lor eaiina purposes uui;. y",".V:L'..5
great feature of our Palace Cars is a SMOKINa
BALDON where you can enjoy your "Ha?ana"
m t . 1 1 hs,tiN nf tim HV
Magnincent Iron Bridges span the Mississippi
and Missouri rivers at all points crossed by this
line, and transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs,
Kansas City, Leavenworth, and Atchison, con
nections being made In Union Depots.
THE PRINCIPAL It. It. CONNECTIONS OP
THIS GREAT 1HHOCGU Ll3 ARS AS
At l mc ago. with all diverging lines for the
East and Houth.
At F.NGLiwooD, witb the L. S. M. S and P..
Ft. W. C. R. Rds. . c.
At Washington Heights, with P., C. A St.
L. R. R.
At La SALLE, with 111. Cent. R. R.
At Peoria, with P. P. A J.; P. D. K.; I. B.
W.; 111. Mid.; and T. P. W. Rds.
At Kock Island, with "Milwaukee ft Rock
Island Short Line," and Rock Isl'd & Peo. Rds.
At Davenport, with the Davenport Division
C. M. A St. P. K, K.
At WestLibkrtt. with the B.. CR. ft N.B.K.
At Gkinnell, with Central Iowa R. R,
At DE8 Moi.nes. with D. M. ft F. D. R. R.
At COL'NCIL Bluffs, with Union Pacific R. R.
At Omaha, with B. & Mo. R. R. R. in Neb.)
AtCOI.L-MBlTSjCNCTlON.With B..C. K. ft N. B R.
At Ottomwa, with Central Iowa K. II. ; W..
St. L. ft i'ac. and C. B. ft Q. R. Rds.
At KKokck, with Tol., Peo. ft War.: WsbM St.
Louis ft Par., and St. L., Keo. ft N.-W. R. Rds.
At Cameron, with H. St. J. K. R.
At Atchison, with Atcii., Topeka ft Eanta Fe;
Atch. ft Neb. and Cen. Br. U. P. R. Rds.
At I.kavenworth, witn Kan. Pac, and Kan.
Cent. R. Rds.
At Kansas citt, with all lines for the West
run through to PEOKIA, DEs MOIXACS,
O. F. JOHNSON,
- I lin l , i i ii n l l ' i i inrr
All Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
by an Experienced Orussist.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
6th ST. 2 DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
itew goods 1 1
JNO. BONS & SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. Guthnian's old store.
A FULL LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FRESH.
of every description.
Choice and Fancy Candies
and all kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of the best brands.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, jC, AC,
iu endless quantities.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Don't fail to Call.
381y J. BOXS & SON, l'rop s.
S T O "V" IB S ,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
One Door East of the Post-Office, Plattsmouth,
: o :
Practical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIERT, &c, d-a.
Large assortment of Hard ana Soft
Pumps, Gass Pipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves for
HEATING OH COOKING,
Always on Hand.
ITrr rarlety of Tin, Sheet Iron, and ZIna
Work, kept In Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
-EVERYTHING WARRANTED ! 6k1
PRICKS LOW DOWX.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. O. BOONE,
One dopr west of Solomonl-i-JXatban's Stera
SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
ALL AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And get a boon in a
.. r'i sr
Physicians say they are in every way Superior to
tho ordinary sloiv-action Porous Plasters used
for this purpose.
VV SateWlahes ORtCINAL AND ONLY CENUINE
n5PiMtl 1 2ZXZ2l KVKI.OM for f. ptrtr "
- Vit JL L Or'n.nnl nifrM"v known a It) on'u
: OMn tXtST-Y lTTtAKT.K n4 mndfrv ., um than one half thm ouJ o r I
.'Ul'ARIK, TUACfiOM, am ATKA W-ItlKM SI K A M-K.tl M, ith -- ; ai
:. k.'- i.u, iiftf KAamj, am 4 Beamtj Mttrlr inianvi tn otUr niakt. bU-ai Towrr On'-'i .i - t 1
'.'.' :r a asMvirUj Four fizct mt Karaiora, from ft t It horx -jwrr ; at no t i lr Joiprnvol intj !
1 r af ifroferoMa and CntlBaaui llulnfa hr thi bos, witbui change of baiac, Iv:u:'d:), t r 1
nt, fsraiaaa a irtxs ;aarare for iipru gooda houortla (Uulin.
n I? llTintt f wiBdrftal hwum and pn,nlaritr mt
'jj-tV I I Ufa ar Visratds Msehinry hu drtv.a th.r
'r;in to the wmil; hears variom mkklTI sr Dnw ftllrmt.
I t kuild and
a faMaas cead.
BIZ NOT DECEIVED
ay taoti axprlm.ntl and warthlett wiarhinerr. Tr
at all. t ika A L ul aha "tFII
t T For fun partlealars aall sa aor dralara, or writ.
tm u ... I 11 n.lr I I .ran l.r. Bhlitl f.U A 4.1 ....
sTTCWOT Jl. RTTEPATiTi A P.t . R.Mia Mirk
m -Ii!h, I,
"THE ItAEVlLLK STOCK FA 1.31."
AMtlOV, IJOOMI COIIXTV, .K.,
jr. 3D. "v.3rx)OK.Eisr, rroirr.
We lmvi now a vpiv plinlpp Int nf nf
can thus mate pigs for breeding, and warrant
One to two months old $15 each, or $2r per pr
Five " seven " " .?a " " 55 "
BEST FARMING LANDS,
FOR SALE BY
Mn & Ivlo. Hi. Bl.
IX XEBRA KA.
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Tears Credit at C per cent Interest.
Six Fears Credit at G per cent Interest,
ana zvper cent Discount.
Other Liberal IHsroantH For Cash
ItebateM on Karen anil Frelgchtn,
and I'l-eiuiumn tor Improve.
Pamphlets and Mans, containing full partic-
ul.-irs will be mailed free t any part of the
world on application to
LANU COMMISSIONER, B. & M. R. R.
JUST" OPENED AGAIN,
New, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Main Street Corner of 6th, I'lattsniouth
every uoay on nand for fresh, tender meat.
i DAV GUARANTEED urtng on
WELL AUGER & DRILL in good
territory. Endorsed by Governors
of IOWA, ARKANSAS &DAK0T
Vi Mil & fiiJB
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis. M.
A rru.r r 4.':u.ilc of two Medical Coi !?.. baa been lODJCOT
tu? ;(.--Mitrea:iiiit!aii v.nereal.B.xual
and cuiouic l-..a;'nta Viart anv ethrr fhTfiiao tafia,
Lou it, ms city pt per. iiow, aj d ail old rnidcau know.
byphilia, boubn bcBa,Gei. Strictura, Orchitis,
net'Dia, or Kupture. ell Urinarr Diaeoses and
Syphilitic or Kerrun.l AfTections oftba Tbraat
8k in or Kent, art trf.tod with nnparallelwl aucceaa, oa
lit-t KitatiHc prinriplo.. Saf.ly. Fria;y.
tiptini etOi ) hh. Sexual I.blllty and Impo
tency, a tn rouit pt Flf-AbuM in youth, mutl az
icihi in m.turir y or othuouioand vhk a produce
aome.l th. futiowinir rtfKt: ncrrMtnM, Minioal .tDta-
.ioa, .iiit7. dimnrsa ot :pht. df it-tnr. nwnwj, cioiplM
on tk face, phTsical dcay, avcr.i'ta to fjcwty ufftmmlm,
eootutinu of Hia, loaa f xual powrr. ttc., rad.rin(
marriaa-9 (o picpfr er unb.pi.y, ar. pwmanrntly
cured. CaU'taLOH at otfoct, or br nuail fie, and inviwd.
Wlim it la Incoiicu-.aiit vt visit ui. city rr trMtrneuc,
asxliciaaa caa o. ..tit lir mail er aiprm .T.rywhpr.. Cur
bi.eaw. guarantraii, h ir doubt il It i frankly ataMd
Firtiiot fcr Ke. I Wcmea, 1 tus) ;
n n n a a " s " I SBr
LtiAitKcMUCi , PAGES.
Kieta-wntcioch and eiit Hdin
ftal1 for &Oc
iwiafc r eurmcr. Ottr fifty ndrrul tD y
fifty' ndr hit (HfDbtoturM,
ru to lift, ftrticj on th A lowinz ubU i Who may
Viarry, wh not.
Mr nno . . w.a-jinhood. Phy.icai
dacey. tVHa .aould marry; r:.w lit. and happinM may
fee iawMwd. Xli t-hru'.u;r f f prtxtuctiba, tW uiaay
titra ihuM m.rrid af Mi-!f rt.atint niarriava should
rd it, thtm kpt wnclar Iwk mi 4 ky. fcpultr xiilioB.
Mimu bT, fcut prr wr, V) iM, S U. fey Mil,
7riatur Lbiliiy, hr . IsstnMr. C'nfwtiB
f Idu, Avrtil Bnr-.miy, Irffrvtiv Wtar,ry, mr4 all
XiMrdOT. broaalita. mj hmcrmX Ha.it. aad ljttMM.
dracxial ka. the inrrittita. Am4rm,
J AC Q Uit, CbatMiat St., mt, Uii, M
OCC HERE! $5 ia C005S f:r SO ti
It' I S.tt.f..li.aJnntrl. BOST IM tkia laa.w.
. ,aubi iiii-iKikiD SrercU; Kl Rick t m
rr; I Mari. r.H.ta. Frm: 2 S1..J : I SiK.r-platt.
n.ar: I ria. Hold.r; I Rbbr -Urn r...il ; 11 tm.ti.
mpe,; If tkcau Sa. Ptptr; I $l.0 S..fc t (,at f...r tm,
ajj. ChiarM Servt Inr r'oM'fic I'"... t.C atoa.f ilir.f ...
ml.) All eent for i"ity Cent, staxp. taken. 4 !'.
IViMk, ISWJ T niOt StHIa to; Saraiitoairlln m7.
NOT FAIL t send
for our Pries List for
1680. Fkk to any
ajlurer. upon P-p:t-a:n.
Jrti ;'!" ' f-vi-ry-;'.
iir r-fj-ili tl fr
I vyimM ' imi.i'Iv :)-
" " Wi- s i .. i
a as A f F" A eomp-leBt builarM a.inir. ei-h
V7-ia I LU t..ai m :x L. S. I. Mil tka
ljUpeia ef Wartk .owIkj " fcy mUcr:;.tioa.
T. uck iu.b. witk (ojod rafercns lurcUb !! Mitwt frtw,
aa. ti trnoi that will later, a workrr aer tlOV a aiaelb.
Aadraaa UTSaSATIOSAL 1'IB. CO., Box 2at, HI. Lsaia, Me.
Mm, J S:
t . i V'i;- ' iif ,
Mi- . -
Threshing Machinery and Pcvtu'ole
and Traction Eutl;,.
THE TAJiDAJU f exiwilmct IS ( ihi Cntim-
Id I Tlruaithv. i'lovsw. an.1 all cUn-r H i .
All a!'i Hliil flDlil slv ilisl ilwt i in unit n 1 1 nua i wa
eveiy pig pure Essex, or no sale.
; two to three mouths old each, or $J3pcr pi-,
Young Sows bred to 00.
BATES L KOHUKE.
New Carpenter sliop on ilain Street
Corner of 7th.
Bates '& Kohnke,
and general workman in the
Retail Liunor Dealer.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
PLATTSMOUTH - - NKH.
Iiilliard Hall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old place.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGA US, A LES,
ICeiiicinber The Xante nnd I'lace.
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new hands entirely.
The New Firm of
HOLMES & DIXOX,
ojn the old
STR EIGHT BARN,
on the Corner of Cth and Teal Streets with a
New Livery Outfit.
GOOD HOUSES AN D CARRIAGES at all
HORSES FUR SALE,
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD,
HORSES KEPT BY THE UA Y OR WEEK.
Call and see HOLMES & DIXOX.
I a monthly, liJO-paK" t4'-Tp liKk of tliacTPam ct
a World a I.iU-raturo. htiniilu copy, 'k., or ii dot
ear. An Oil Cbxomo (HxA iorbet-) of " Voneraita
V alley " prica. $3; " Black fihr .,p," a 1.) bwJt. in
paper binding: "Christian Oakliya Miaiakx ." a I
Book, in papT bindinc.and a .ample copy of "Wood a
lionaehold Maaaina " all poat-pHid. for only SOcocta
In money. Or in OnMMnt nnalaa at . m . A . -
wanted. Moot liberal term., but iiotliinK iwrit free.
AUdreaaS.ti.WoW Tribiuia UuUdioji, A'ow Vork Oitrn.
BEST IS CHEAPEST!
75) n 7 pip
W V)Ul piv $1000.00 for nnw
QtJir artulirration fmind. in
Indorsed by the Brooklyn Board
In tne United Kuita,
ii i si noyor-.n than
" KKVKTl P-AIt.8 o
!f i?ht whea
riairtnaL - ,
" i JtA(ul"'Tlr SKW ISVElt,
a5ir.'inoutlin''c,f the bad niiali
r,,orv..B?a or lrjtua, yeait ox
other baking powdprn. "-uh
auia m iieir a tenrtertT
to anataln aiid notarial W
fJfW frVkrl moLl'l rrnrvl V,i.l . . . . .
lood we et Is nutrritovs or wL'-rtvijl
LtJl2 B.Atwtt rowiw tit.ny. ynnli,,
tlriA ran nf ttitn la wvf, ...... - .
baking compound. -r
it. uxakea oreaa winter ttntl rlcber.
More than half tli i-rrt r.1'i ln jcr - at
artBa from tho uso of nimm(ir.ay v- rc
dent, isriloh r,ftn rnut-ti t,.. i
out dark breai v " "l U'J"
TZz?J2,''c&t? J" ran eu; food
prepared With It witooot InUrr.
It makea tb iti.'ci h.lJ. f
ttritloa. ' W
BREAD, BISCUIT, CAKE.
BUCKWHEAT. i.Dikll, AND
QE0.T.LEVI3 & HENZIESCOi
. 5-For .a'e v K. :. I)()V & SON. Cl'TH
vlAX & V( KiiAi H. V. . WHITE, and W.
1. ttAKKU & C', and dealers In iceueral