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THE HER A L 1)
WIT AND HUMOR.
Pride hath two eesoua : & forward
; pring ami an early fall. New York
T nnii lrnw a mori vim WM ftd-
Tanced to such a pitch of self-esteem
that ho never mentioned himself with- '
cut taking: off Ids hat, . .
.... ' 1 .' 1. 1. 1 i n,
uon t interrupt a person in hm tiw
The natural limit of man's life is three
core year and ten, and he can't go on
The colored, gentleman who aaid he
was engaged in mining operations was
fntTjvl trs Ail m it. tli.it it wn Ir.ll SO mill-
; ing. --v - . '.
"It ia & great man who can do justice
to his enemy" says an exchange, and
if we can get our enemy where there
will be no one to interfere, we'll prove
our claim to greatness. Boston Post.
A Tennessee man can so "perfectly
Imitate the sounds mado by two dogs
- 1 1.. --I- AT .1. 1 . 1. ' 11
- siiiiguil 111 lllltlil Lit. It Villi lail
a Memphis congregation 'Out of church
: an iiiiltc iiimuies. - ...
' Young men who stand in front of
- church doors waiting to sec the con
' crrcsratiou come out niiirht be used as
stands to haug . wraps -and umbrellas
I :.Y- " ; "
M "You are my treasure after a.i," said
I an old reprobate, striving to placate
his wife after abusinp- her for an hour
or two. "Ohvyes,. he -sarcastically
answered, "that's the reason. I sup-
. pose, you wish me dead so often; you
arc seeking to lay up' your treasure in
'I can't trust you." said a rumscller
to an impoverished customer. "You
should let liquor alone. If you hadn't
drunk so itfucH' ofIt- your might be
riding in your own carriage." "And
If you hadn't sold it," retorted the
victim, "you might have been my dri
rer."... -. - -'
"Yes," said Joucs melodramatically,
"my home is a littlo heaven on earth."
"I never knew anybody who was real
ly in a hurry to enter heaven," was
all that llobinsoiv answered ; but it
was noticed that-Jones started home--ward
an hour earlier that night.
r The following anecdote- is told by
an American preacher : He was pray
ing, and iu his prayer he said : "I pray
that the power of 6atan may be cur
tailed." Just then an old 'darkey in
the, congregation cried out, "Yes,"
amen! lircas me! Cut him right smack
smoove off.?. ;- . .;.. .
Jones had occasion to write off a list
of the wealthy men of the country.
Jenkins, happening to cast his eye over
it, noticed that he liad placed an apos
trophe after each name. "What's"
this, Jones? says Jenkins, "what's
this apostrophe doing here after each
name?" "What's it doing!' replied
Jones. "I. guess you never studied
MJrown's Grammar,' Jenks ; if you had
you'd see that 'the apostrophe denotes
the possession of property.'"
Little Johnny had peculiar views as
to original sin.. One day he. was about
to be punished for some misdemeanor,
when lie pleaded, "It wasn't me, mam
ma, dear it was- the bad man."
Well. Johnny, I am going to whip
the b id man out of you." "Ah, yes,
but that will hurt'mc a precious lot
more than it will hurt the' bad man."
Beef Loaf. Chop two pounds of
Deer and three large slices of salt pork
fine ; add four well-beaten eggs, half a
cup of butter, the inside of a medium
sized loaf of bread, and season with
salt, pepper and spices if you like.
Form iuto a lpaf, cover with cracker
crumbs, and bake an hour and a half.
If it does not stay in good shape, add
rolled cracker crumbs until it will.
Croup. Wring a linen cloth cot
ton will do, but linen is preferable
out of cold water, place it upon the
' child's throat, and chest, then fold a
dry flannel and wrap carefully over it.
Warm the child's feet with hot stones
if neeesary ami cover with plenty of
bed clothes, and let it go to sleep ; you
cannot perceive when it wakes that it
has even a cold. It acts like a charm
in cases of croup.
. . Lemon Puffs. Beat and sift a pound
ami a quarter of loaf sugar, and mix
with it the peel of two lemons grated ;
whisk the whites of three eggs to a
firm froth, add it erraduallv to the
6ugar.and lemon, and beat it all to
gether for one hour. Make it up into
any shapo vou d lease, nlace the Duffs
I . M r A a.
on .oiled paper on a tin, put them in a
moderate oven, and bake six or eight
Boned Turkey. Boil a turkey in as
little water as may be, until the bones
can be easily separated from the meat.
Remove all the skin ; cut the meat in
to thin slices,-mixing together the
light and dark I?i8. Season with
salt and pepper. Take the liquid in
which the turkey was boiled, having
kept it, warm, and pour it on the
meat, and mix it well, Shape it like
a loaf of bread, -wrap it in cloth and
Eress it with a heavy weight for a few
ours. When served up it is cut in
! Boiled Custard. One quart of fresh
milk, the yolks of four eggs, four ta
blespoons of white sugar, a pinch of
salt, and two teaspoons of Gilbert's
starch. Let the milk, with the salt in
it, come to a boil, reserving a little
milk to mix the corn starch with.
Beat the eggs and sugar very light and
mix the cornstarch with "them, first
dissolving the starch in the cold milk,
and pour, the boiliug milk slowly on
the whole. Place over the fire again
and boil. for two. or three minutes,
stirring constantly. When nearly
cold, flavor with vanilla or lemon.
Celery Salad. Two boiled eggs, one
raw egg, two tablespooufuls of melted
butter, or one of oil, oue tablespoon
ful of sugar, one teaspoonful of mus
tard, one-half teaspooutul of pepper,
one-half teacupful of vinegar. Hub
the yolks of eggs smooth, then add the
oil, mustard, etc., the vinegar last.
Cut the celery into pieces half an
inch long. Set all in a cool place.
Just before serving, sprinkle over a
little salt and black pepper, then pour
over Iho dressing. If you have any
cold fowl, chicken or turkey left from
dinner, chop it up and mix it with
somo of . the above equal proportions
of both and it will make a delicious
salad; or a.few oysters left in the tu
reen will be a. great addition to the
Good Bread. The following recipe
for making bread is furnished the
Husbandman by a lady : "The loaf at
the fair was made of refined flour, or
the new process, as it is called by
some. I mix the bread sponge the
evening before I wish to bake, using
one pint of new miik for one largo
loaf of bread, and one-half cup of soft
yeast; stir the sponge well after tho
yeast is added ; place in a warm room
over night, and ia the morning mix
well, taking care not to have the
dough too hard with flour, let rise,
make out in tins, let it rise again, and
bake With care. The yeast is made
by boiling potatoes, mashing, and
adding water in which hops have been
steeped, one cup white sugar, one tea
poonful salt, aid two yeast cakt a"
A Test of Indian Conrage.
An Indian intertribal fair was held
not long ago, in Indian Territory, in
order. to show some of the results of
civilizing the savages. A number of
tribes attended, and displayed articles
of home manufacture, such as needle
work, embroidery, lace-work, and
blankets. Many of tho , Indians had
their photographs taken, and showed
a childish delight in looking at their
faces. Others, however, could not be
?$rsiiadcd to go near the camera,
ellow Bear, of the Arapahocs, was
the first to pass through tho ordeal of
a sitting, lie suffered himself to bo
Eroperly seated, and the camera to be
rought to bear upon him. But when
the prepared' plate was placed in tho
box, and the cloth lifted, lie leaped to
his feet witii a bound and attempted
to leave the tent. All attempts to
reason rwith him 'failed.. At last a
photograph of. a Cheyenne, taken
some years ago, was shown him. lie
looked at it a moment, then went qui
etly back to his chair and sat there
like a statue while his negative was
taken. He explained that no Chey
enne warrior was a greater bravo than
he. The gigautic Usages, on the other
hand, would not approach the tent.
They said the camera robs them of
their good spirUs. The Kickapoos
gave the same rea.on, and a photogra
pher was peremptorily ordered out of
their country on that account. The
Indian is a profound believer in the
power of spirits for good or evil, and
takes care never to offend tliem.
Lawyers Allen and Taylor, the lat
dismount and have his hide tanned
with a whip. Taylor got off his
horse, took off his coat,and challenged
Allen to attempt the job. Allen tried,
i . -1 i i ii . i i i.
out iuneu, aim was oauiy uuaieu uy
the ex-judge. ""'"' '
Cry for PitcHe' Castoria.. They like
. t because it is sweet ; Mothers lite
Castoria because it gives health te
V 9 child; and Physicians, because
it contains no morphine er mineral.
' Is nature's remedy for assimilating:
the food. It cures Wind Colic, the
raising of Sour Curd and Iliarrhoa,
allays FeverisbneES and Kills
Worms. .Thus the Child has health
and the Mother obtains rest. Pleas
ant, Cheap, and Reliable. -
The tnoit ffcetiTe Pain-relieving agvnta
MAN and BEAST
the world has ever known.
Over 1,000,000 Bottles sold last yearl
The reasons for thi unprecedented popu
larity, are STidant: the Centaur Lini
ments are inn da to deserve confidence
they are absorbed into the structure; they
always cure and never disappoint.
No perron need longer suffer with
PAIX in the BACK,
Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, fr the
Liniments will surely exterminate
the pain. There is no Strain, Sprain,
Cut, Soald, Burn, Bruise, Sting, Gall
or Xiameness lo which Mankind or
Dumb Srutes are subject, that does
not rospoiid to thia Soothing balm.
not only roliove yf in, 1 -t tl.ey i.u-.te
he.ilthy aclio:i. s-ibl-3 i...'minaicu,
and cure, whotU r . t-'of v:njt.i:is i rweed
from -wcuii&a of the elh, or NeuralBU c.f
the Verves; from c ntrjotod Cords or 11
scaldod Land ; from a sprained anWo
or gashed foot; whether from diiutiuc
PIMPX.23 ca a LALY'3 TACH
or a. strainexl jr'ir.t "n n Ilorso's !Le .
The agony proiiisetid ly a Euru or caM;
mortification from Frost-litos: AJvsIl
ings from Strains: tliotortuvcs of Ivlion
matism; Cripplod f;r life, lv r -fccgluctcd
aociiUut! volua'.lo Lm
a Doctor's Bill ciay all Lo saved fi
Ono Eott'o cf Ccntan-r L.i-iicn'..
Xo IIouaclcecper.Faruicr, Planter, Tcnm-.
or Liverrm-n. can e7crd to to
these nroiieierf.il LV-'.-.sa1.!. T!:ty
bo procured in r.y r.crt cf tin r-"'.'- " 1
50 cts. and 81.00 a Wile Ti--cl 5os;I-.."
If you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA
GEOltGE EDO FUTON.
W i ne s, L i q o u r. s
Main Street, opposite the Court Houne.
This place Is Just opened, new, good goods of
H kinds. "We want tokeepagood houe und
please our customers.
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Furnishes Freeh, Pure Milk,
Sieclal call attended t. and Fresh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened an entire new stock of hard
Next door west of Chapman & Smith '8 Dm
Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES, SPADES ana
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, ly the Ker,
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
A Full Line of crTJtKIVV.
Special Bates tc Guilders and Con
ATI croods sold'as lof they possibly can b
ter an ex-judge, had a quarrel in court,
at Newark, Ohio. 1 While Taylor was
virliinr AIIpii invited him to
All kinds of
Neatly & Promplp.
Horse, Mule& Ox Shoeing,-
In short, well shoe anything that har
four, feet, from a Zebra to a UinilTe.
Come and see us.'
n Filth S between Main and Vine Streets.
ut aeiosf e ctrner from the KEW HEUAI.'
OKKICK , ?'
NO CHANGING CARS
- ) KIUM (-
OMAHA, COUNCIi. BLUFFS, NEBRASKA CITY
or PLATTSMOUTH to
Wlit re iliret't toiuicctioiis are niaiie with
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. 1JOSTOX, PHILADELPHIA,
AND ALL"' EASTERN CITIES.
V.a PEORIA for
IXDIAXAPOLIS. LOUISVILLE. CIXCIX-X-ITT.
awlall juttntxjn the
TIIK BEST LIXE FOB
Where Direet ronneetions are niarte in tl.e
UNION DEl'OT with Through Sleeping t ar
Lines tor oil pointsjHOL'TJI.
The Shortest, Speediest and most Comfortable
via HANNIBAL to
Ft. SCOTT, DEXISOX, DALLAS, iruUSTOX
A USTIX, SAX A XTOXIO, OALVESTUX,
an all points in
Pullman 10-Wheel Palace Sleeping Cars.
C, 15. & Q. Palace Drawing-Room Cars,
Willi Norton's Reclining Chairs. NoExtra.
Charge tor Seatsjn Reclining Chairs.
The famous C.B. & Q. J'alate Dininj;.Car.
Fast Time, Steel Rail Track and Superior
Equipment combined with their Ureal Throuuh
Cor Arrangement, makes this, above all others,
the favorite Route to the
4AST, SOLTII OKiSOL'TII-KAHT.
TRY IT. aud onvill find TtAVELING a Lux
uryjnstead of a IJiseomfort.
All information about-' Kates of Fare, Sleep
ing Car Accommodations, and Time Tablo,
will be cheerfully given by applying to
James It. Wood,
- . . Geuer;U'Pa.ssenger Ag't, Chicago.
l.t 1 A m m(1mI Nw and fkautivlv ffefitiM
lu"' 1 Remwdf for the speed? and Mrainent
can cf Seminal Emission and I m potency by the oof
tra t. m.. Itfc AyUJcuom ho pnaoipsU Bq of iho Ihtwu. Tb
war. vu.. Dmrt Apvieao to um prmo
bm r th mvwmI ia Hanrtll With DtUtt W
Ibtarfvra wiifl tlM rdmuy pfxrauita m bf. Tbta Bwnto at tMUstDt ktf
too tho teat ia vtf7 mw cmm, tad to praDooaead wrfm. Thcra
hi mm inniiMi aaouS th prapanttoa. Praeaai afaaarratHtt Babaj m m
poaMval cuarmatM tha a will pw parfa aaoafaeooa. It la wo
adad by Um sttadicai ProaW to ba Um asaac ffMieul awnl vat diMOV
md of i an i hi m and oorins kolf Tarr prvniaat troubto. Tba Kamadv If
kai ia mm hus. osT isva isa Ka. f fUsuMtaswi). 1: Ka. f talBrisaHa
agd cat mal im awara mam): j K. I (tastier at tarM aaU
ana oa ausaasa ud rmtwn 1aar ia taa mm csavaK f7. Oaafc aMV tmmA
(daa mw a Dssjsi Psaaisa W"1 Aaaamal UiMiiliMwMifc
itaa taa warn saspai Uat aa hm vaMam la gwrftm . aaa St-
i4 for Um aatsaa af Ua. um M if aaw oVta. eaat asai Am auaa. J
HARRIS REMEDY CO. WF'fl CHEMISTS,
Alarket and eta Streets, fcT LOCia, MO.
VnHolicitea tretitnonv to tHm r:fficav of
Mrof. KtrrHd' etminai FanUife, taken
frou letter rweivtt from fatrona t
Indian, April lltb, 1879. Tbs remedy ia working perfectly.
Hud epiepy ironOtjeffnri
' ChJcir. Anf. 14, l7d. 1 am tboroughljr cured and feel tip
top. The younf; mirHfheeiMintrji
Missouri, Sept. 18, 1879. I received so much benefit feomtn
use of your remedies that I want to try them in another cam.
Tbw w of km( atandiw. nl will nfed something ery strooc.
.Mich., Jan. 25, 1879. I bavo uted up your pack a re of medi
cine; und mo another a soon aa possible. - That package
stopped all apparent trouble, but there is a weakness yet, sod
J Wiab JOU would prepare this lot for thg cure of that.
Iowa, Oct. 10th, 1879. I am almost surprised st tout Pas
lilies. They have worked like s charm on me. I am just
twice as much of a man as I was before taking. I was on lbs
verge of tba grave, I thought, and there was no curs for ms,
but now 1 am in jmmmmmmmKmm
West Virginia, Aug. 28, 1879. 1 received your medicine, and)
I believe at has cured me, for which 1 am very thankful. In
closed please nod $5, for which please send me another bos
(No. 2) for s friend. You have done s great tiunf for me.
will tend you alt the orders I can. -
FVovt cY Mhfftrtciaw avnet Atv"flr .
Missouri, J une 261 h, IS79- Please forward me at once another
boa of tbs Pastilles. The patient on whom 1 have used most of
one box, in addition to s sample box, is fast recovering, sod 1
think another will srt him all rrht.
J-Votn c Ira0it.
Maryland, Sept. 2, 1879. Last January we got from you S
box of your remedy, for one of our customers, and it has mads
a perfect cure of him. We have another customer now suffer
ing in tbs asms way, sod wish by return mail one No. 3 bosv
A largo, new and complete Guide to Wed
lock, coutstaing, with many others, the fol
lowing chapters A Competent Womanhood,
Selection of Wife, Temperaments. compatibls
and lutiwutiiAUbie, nirrimy in women, cause ana treeimeni.
Advice to Bridegroom, Advice Is Husbands, Advice to Wives,
rrostitution, lis causes, cennacy ana matrimony comparea,
Canjaral Daties. CattSnssisos, Lara arid CoaruUp, Impedimenta la Mar
nes. Bflienof Raprodactiaa, BtegU Lifi eonaidarad, La of Marriafw and
Iivorga, Lagai ngbu of aaarnad womb, Id., iaiisdmg Dwaaaaa pacoiiae
ta Vosaaa. thir eaaateaad traataaat. A bok for private aad eoDSKjraia
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"THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
On Syphilis, Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Stricture. Vanco
cele.&c also on Spermatorrhea. Sexual pebrlity,
and I m potency, from SelfAbuso and Excesses, causing
beonnat EmiMiom, Hsrmiiia, AvcraMe taSoawtv, Ftajakai Dee;, Dia
nas f hifbc. Dafaauvc atcsaory, Loss of baxual Povar, eta., atakiac mat
riaa kb proper sv eDbapev. pnff traatmti)t,ada graai may vaiabi rae
tpas for tba aura of all private tuiiin; 8M pagas, avar u (4alas, 60 aaaia,
' Uei!&l AiTlf,' Lecture on Ktahxd k ToausfceoA, ICc
POD O N P nOL LAR" csd all threo of tita .
f,!, H M-fTT R? bove dsaenbed books, nice,
lbuuudiauire vw'ume, cuQiAibiug 6J6 pages, snd over 100
iUostrations. T combined volume is positively the moat
popular Medical Book published. The author is aa eipcri
enced physician of many years practice, (aa ia well known),
s4 tba advia rives, and raias for traaraaciit hud dawn, will aa fpuad of
graat vaio ta tboaa eusTninc froei taipiartuas of tba trvtam. aarlv arrora,
kMt riror. or any of tba troubles oommf uaar tba baed af PBaVSTE
ee " CilKONIC diataaaa, Poatac ouunpa takes ia pa raws t for beaks.
id coaiplited CAScft,
g-aavvM ia 1847, euree
cliruiijc Uiscaaea ud coaipiied cAScft, and diseases resulting
from impure sexual associations, eelf-abuse or sexoal excesses.
PatjVata treated by mail and express. Where possible, per
eonal consultation ia preferred, which ia free and invited. Ques
tions to be answered by patients desiring treatment mailed free
Id any address on application. For books or treatment address
DR. BUTTS, 19 North 8th BU, St- L1 Ha
DR. BUTTS' DBH
IsUr.iihti 1817 it 12 V. Sti Street, ST. L0H3, VO.
THE FbjriicUns in chinr of thU old aod well kooira iutk
tution mn regular gredu.tee IB mediciM and surfer,. Yew.
mt xrieee. im the tmroieal of Ckrwle IHeeam bar eaad.
(heir ekilt and ability eo eauch superior lo thai of the ordinary
practitioner, (bat tile, haeo acquired national npotaUoa
throurh their treilment of eoeapheatrd eatee.
INDISCRETION l EXPOSURE
m-vlaiiies as Sypbilia, tsoaorrbea. bieet, btrirtaro, Orckitia, all
tidaary Trsables and Synbllltie or rreariaJ affection of tbs
l kraal, akta or boavea, treated with success, oa scientific priar
triple, without using. Mercury or other Poisonous Medicines.
VnilNC IVlrN "d bee of middle age who are suf
9mW)miLimmmmam nig from the effects of Spormstsr
rbes or bemiai wesAness. the result of setf-abuse Is youth
r exeesa ia matured years, are permanently cured. This dis
ease produces some oitbe following effects e man iocs, blotctt,
dtsaiaeso, aervousnesa, disuses of sight. ough, indigestios
eoBstipatmn. despoavdency, eonfosion of ideas, aversion to so
ciety, defective memory, sexual exhaustion, im potency or loss
of manW rigor, which unfits the victim business or marriage
PAtlENTS TREATED. andpreM,
pcrftuuTwbTultaliuu ia preferred, wruca ia fKB Bud ioeit.
,d. Li.t V questiooe to be answered b, patients desirlo, treat.
reieut eaaiie. ir. so an, auur.se o. appncanoo.
(rinesl esSrlnc frwn Knptr. tisoald eond their Mansi,
and teetm sssasltla, to I heir .dvsaiUse. It is he4 a truss.
Conmonicatiolis strictly coafiuefltlal, and should b addressed
DK. BITT8. 1 SwU Ua 8U, St. LohU. Mo.
fi:T':T descrifcrd wtti scierl.ti tr-eTe
't cu-e. Iff. Ii4rr:s i:lu't'ated
sniiKlr sent f r e on ar;.icstwa.
Il.iKRlS REJIIDV .,
rear a; ( hesibts, bib Earkrt St,
St. Lou lis Hs.
It PtTHTO WANTED for the Best and Faowst
1 1 tlCll I O Sellitj fictorial Books and Bibtea. Prices
I I redoCbUS fur ct. Katnsai fn Wish 'f Co St. Lottie, lo.
i. - iVT r .ihfiJ erhv
Sole Appointing Ayent for
The Unrivalled Mason &. Hamlin
Also Ptiite Agent for tlie'Henry F A'i".fr :inl
W. C. Emerson Co. I'hums.
at oflice. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Will do well to examine our
New 3fason & Hamlin
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am going to
' this spring ami want to
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
that people can builil
DRICIC HOUSES IXSTEAD OF Fit A ME.
I shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
the coming year and w uhl like those
Intending to JSuiltl to
Kve me a call before looking elsewhere
JEKRV II ARTif AX.
At my place on Washington Avenue or at F.
S. Vhite" Store on Main Sireet, I'lattsmoutli,
New Firm !
JO'lNES & AGXEW,
Brick Livery Stable.
The old r.onner Stables, in T'lattsmoutli, are
now leased by Jones & Atrnew, and they live
on hand .New and handsome accommodations,
iu the shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On lleasonable T"rms.
That with, plenty of room (that every one
knou we have; ii our-tHlile. we can iri't Farm
ers' ttock and wito'iis. Iiiad.H of bay, &., under
cover, l-eie l!i'y w ::l l:trep dry.
Thai.Ki !tr all the old .iti.ns fur their liberali
ty, we so. ielt their nade for the future, cati.slied
th it ive can aeeommodate tin i.i better anil lo
better by them tlian ever before.
TiOly JOXE.S & A;XKV.
GROCERIES OF ALL KIND.
I.are stock cf
BOOTS and SHOES
C LOSED OUT AT COST
and iu fact everything ymi can eail for in
the line of
cash I'Aii) rot: Mi PES
cc tnUen in ex
All kinds of country i ic!
hanjre for ;,'oIs.
I OLD fi?:a RELIABLE, ;
J?Dlt. SAXFOfiu'S LiIVEK IxVUJOitATOliJ?
j!is a Staudaril Farnilj K:meJj for $
Klisi-as?s of the Liver, Stomach f
Jaua Bowels. It is Purely VcgLS
Jcgetable. It never W J
JDebilitates-It ia g A S g &5f 5
Cathartic aud 5n PSL-f S
a '.,1V" A
f ri Invigorato:
:ip lias been usedj
11' in my Practices
ajid by the publics
Wy- for more than 35 years, J
-with unprecedented results.?
eV SEND FOR CIRCULAR'
p. T.W. SANFORD, M.D.,
J AST IlBrCCIST WILL TEUTOV ITS BErtTaTIOS. j
11 W afVl
si hwi n
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WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
SEE BV EXAMINING
a "SyA 'U, 5u?Sjrre Aci5i Cl 'i
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GKE1T CONNECTING LINK
Its main line rnns from Chlcnsro to Council
Bluffs, passing through Joliet, Ottawa. I. a Salle,
Geneseo. Moline. Kwk Island, Uavenport. West
Liberty. Iowa t ity.MarenKo. Brooklyn, (iiinneil.
Ies Moines (the capital of Iowa), Stuart. Atlan
tic, and Avoca ; ith branches from Bureau
Junction to Peoria ; Wilton Junction to Musca
tine, Washington, Kairtlcld, Elilon. iielknup,
Centreville, Princeton. Treuton, Gallatin, t u mo
ron, Leavenworth, Atchison, und Kansas City;
WashinRton to Sicourney, Uttkaioosa. and Knox
Tille; Keokuk to Karmmt'ton, Bonupiirte, licn
toDsport, Independent, Ehton, Ottumwa. EUdy
Tille, Oskalooga, Pella, Monroe, and lies Moines;
Newton to Monroe: 19 Moines to Indtanoluainl
Winterset; Atlantic to Lewis and Audubon; und
Avoca to Harlan. 'I'Uis is positively the only
Kailroad, whicii owns, and operates a through
line from Chicago into the Stute of Kansas.
Through Express Passentrcr Trains, with Pull
man Palace Cars attached. arc run Pitch way dmly
between Chicaoo and Peokia. Kansas citv,
Coukcii. Bluffs, Lkavenwohtii and Atchi
son. Through cars orealbd run tictwwn Milwau
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwuukeo uud
Bocklsland fc-hort Line."
The "Oreat Rock l9land" is maenifieently
equipped. Its road bed i simply perfect, utiu its
track is laid with steel rails.
What will please you most will be the pleasure
of enjoyins your meals, while pussini over.the
beautiful prairies of Illinois ana lowu. in onu of
our maeniiicent Dining Cam that accompany all
Through Express Trains. Vou get nn entire
meal, as good as is served in any first-clues hotel,
for seventy-live cents.
Appreciating tne tact mat a niajoniy or 1110
people prefer separate apartments tor different
purposes lauu iu imiueuse pa:triiKtrr iiuuji?ss
of this line warranting iu, we are pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs I'ullm'in I'.iLice
Sleeping Car for sleeping purposes, and Palace
PFllMAS PALACE CABS :r- run throuirh to PEORIA, DES MOIXES,
COrXtIL BLl'FFH, KANSAS CITY. ATCMISOV, und LEAVENWORTH,
Tickets via this JLIne, known na the " Oreat Itock. Island lioutCi" are sold by
all Ticket A cents In the I nlted Ntutes nnd Canada.
for iniornation not ouitaiiutsic a.t
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H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Uetail Dealers in
Mai street. Corner of Fifth.
I'LATTSMOUTH, .... NEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
HE ARSE FUNERALS.
TAKE NOTICE !
I want all of my accounts settled to date,
and I -sh;tl I do no more credit business. All old
accounts must be set t led up. and no new ones
w ill be made. 1'nless such accounts are fettled
slitirtly tliey will be Fi'.ed.
I wish to do a sti icily cash business in fut tire ;
a:iin comes to the font with his htrjje stoe! ;
of pieee u"(1s, t:ni muKeK his stand- ' j
ing offer of a !
FIT OR NO GASH OUT ! !
on every uit that lie measure for. You can't!
miss the place us jdiigo down street.
Opposite tlie Court House.
5tf (Sail anb sec jim !
s-Ck T" X 1 A f s v -T-r-
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and I'lui re
pairing, and general Jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm ;iid oilier machinery, us there
i.-- a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable V a$on Maker
has taken charge of the waoii shop.
He is well known as a
SO. 1 WOKKMAX.
Xfw "Wasons and Hugsiem made to
Shop on Sixth street fluposiie S' reilit's Stable
JPainler Grain er.
ALL KINDS OF
fainting, framing, lasing,
Alo, Deeorations of all kiudr.
Painted in Good Style.
FRESCOING A SPECIALTY.
A. B. Taylor. J. Vallerv. sr..
N. U0Lit8, E. llKEiSXEK. iltf
CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY. WILL
THIS MAP. THAT THE '
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WEST!
IHning Cuts for eatine purposesonly. Oneother
ITrent feature of our Palace Curs is a SMOK1NL
SALOOX where you can enjoy your
i:i Hours or tno iay.
Magniticeiit Iron Iirulsog ypnn the Mississippi
find Missouri rivers at all points crossed by this
line, mid transfers lire avoided at Council Bluffs,
Kansas City. Leavenworth, and Atchison, con
nections being made in Union Depots.
Tllfc; PUINC1PAL It. K. CONNECTIONS OP
THIS (.KUAT TIIHOCUH LLN'K AKJi A3
FOLLOWS : .
At ( Hir.M.n. T.ith all diverging lines for tho
Eat and South.
At Km.i ru ood. with the L. S. 4 M. S.. and P.,
Ft. W. A; '. !t. lids.
At Wajuixctox Heights, with P., C. & St.
L. It. It.
At La .SALLE, with 111. Cent. It. It.
Atl'toHI A. with P. P. & J.; P. L. &E.; I. B.
V ; LI. Mid.: and T. P. W. Rds.
' At llucK 1.AX!, with "Milwaukee Sc Itock
Island hort Line." nnd Hock Isl'd It Peo. Kds.
At UAVK.VrHiur, with the Davenport Division
C. M. .V t. P. It. It.
At West Liukktv. with thoB., C.R.& N.K.B
At (ir.iNVKM.. with Central Iowa K. K.
At in; MolNF.s. with . M. i. K. I. It. R.
At Corxcil. Ul.t'PFS, with Union Pacirlc R. R,
At OMAHA, with B. A Mo. It. K. It. in Neb.)
At Coi.i'M lies J CNf-rio.v.with B..C. K. A N. KR.
At OTTf.HWA. with Central luwa K. K. ; W..
St. 1- A Pac. and . II A y. K. Rds.
At KLiikl'K, with Tol., Peo. A War.: Wab., St.
Louis A Pac. and t. 1., Keo. A N.-W. K. Kds.
At CA.MKHtiX, with H.St. J. It. R.
At Atchison', with a tch.. Topeka A Santa Fe;
Atch. tt Neb. and Cen. Br. V. P. U. Kds.
At I.ra vtxwuBTH, with Kan. Pac, and Kan.
Cent. K. Kds.
At Kansas citv, with all lines lor the west
your come ticket oince, address.
2. ST. .lOHJST.
Gen'l Tkt. and Pass'rr Art..
O. F. JOHNSON,
All Paper Trimmed Free of
1LS0 DEALER IN
Prescriptions Carefnlly Compounded
by an Kxperienced Drassist.
JiEMEMBEK THE I'I.aCF.
mi ST. DO ORS SO UTH OF MA IN
TLaTTSMOUTH. neb. .
JX0. 1J0XS & SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. (iiitliinairs oUI store.
A FULL LINK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND riiEsir.
of every description.
Choice ami Fancy Candies
nnd till kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of ilie best Lnuids.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, dC, dC,
iu endless quantities.
Fresli Kroatl Ihtily.
Don't fail to Call.
y8iy J. U0XS &. SON, Props.
One I)iMr East cf the rVst-Oflku, Hattsmouth
Traetical Vorkers in
iHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIER V, dc, dc.
I-irge assoitui'nt of Hard aim Soft
Punijis, Class Pines r.nd Fittings.
. Wood and Coal Stoves for
II EATING Oil COOKING,
Always on Hand.
ivry variety of Tin. Sheet Iron, and Zinc
oik, kepi in Mock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Xotiee.
STEVERVTnrX IVAIinAXTED! .'j3
1'itK'i:? lAtw noixx.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
One door west of SoIoiuon'ttjXathan'a' Store
SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING
Esiecial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
ALL AXD SEE BOONE. GENTS,
And net a boon ina'
ifjrCHCLS.SHEPARD & CO.EafflfiCrcrt,
F sk hit at hut M v a, as jaausvex m. ail w ess......L
sistonisninuiy ournnis ana wwicrrm-y
trlv Duraflls and ttontirrruiiti
PORTABLE, TRACTION, and STRAW
rnatures of rowr, iJurabihty, riaiefy, Lconinny, and
a-wwrr sfuiius nnci .iohiii -f mvrr P-nis.ralors a. m!c-iuii y. rirar ws ot M.purat.im, from
six to twlvn hrsn p-jwer; slo two KtvllMs Improvoit .Hoauli'd Horse Poiversi.
Thirty-Two Years of Prosperous and Continuous Business hjr thu houw, without ehangv
v. uuo, iwnuuii, or nuinafrcinent, niriiiMae a tstron;
a-uarantoe for superior uoodt and Iwimral.Ie daalinir.
PAIITinN! T1 ""t'-rf'il nw an t p.M itlarllr at
wr-BW BWBS S ur MkSiTns litrr.lti'rT lia. ilnv.-u
uacmncs to tue sail: hence Tarl.ius Dist, sr.. Mienii.l
ma; lo nulla ssl palm off InTirlor and d... ri.nl lumstiuus
vur ivasas -.i , .
BE NOT DECEIVED 4
J -1 1' i,"-u i i M.i wnrtniss msjcoinerr. ir yoa
I ' . a1"l " and Ike " t4, nul-" from
. VJ'T run vartUiulara vll oo our Uealers, or
to u. tor .lustratrd t'irraUra, srhh'h we mall frco. A
UlfJHOLS, SHEPAED & CO.. Battle Creek,
L- " iJiiilviv I
"THE HAEVILLE STOCK FA1LM,"
Ai.itio.v, iioo.m: rorATV, .i:n.,
J". ID. "V-A.nSTIDOR.EISr, rrop'r.
We have now a verv choice lot of nlfn of nil mri'it nml fi-mn slv ili-tlnf! i.,.i.,.ii .ti.i.a .. ..
can tliuii mate ii for breeding, and warrant
One to two months old 815 each, or $J5 per lir
Hve"sevei $M " " "
NUMBER 27, FOR 1880.
Please observe that our Price List, No. 27, for
Spring and Summer 1 880, and illustrated Gun List are now rea
dy. It is embellished with over 1,200 illustrations, and con
tains prices, with descriptions, of over 10,000 articles, useful
and ornamental, such as Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Saddles, Harness, Crockery, Clocks, Watches and Jewel
ry, Musical Instruments, Guns and Accouterments, Groceries,
&c, &c, all of which wa oifer to the consumer only at
wholesale prices, in any quantities to suit the requirements of
the purchaser. The only house in America who make this
their special and exclusive business. Price Lists, Order Blanks,
and Samples of Piece Goods SENT FREE to any address upon
application. We are the Pioneers of this plan cf direct dealing
with the consumer, HAYING ORIGINATED the system in 1872.
HOHTGOHEHY WARD & CO.,
. 227 k 221) ft TrfWI AVF.ME, CHICAGO, ILL
REFERENCE - The First rzV.ot ! Dank, Chicago.
A. G. HATT
JUST (iPENKO AGAIN.
New, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Main Street Corner of 5th, I'lattsmoutli
Every body on hand for fresh, tender meat.
n. OAV GUARANTEED using out
WCLL AUGER & DRILL in good
territory. Endorsed by Governors
of IOWA, ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
017 hi. d lilies B?xc-t, St. Louis, Mo.
A rw.i -.r y .i ot't 'O - ' C ''' hat hvt-it Ionpr
i . i - i: r clVi I"i5finu lUSt
I,-.- r.'J tt.tl r iiLKi know.
.. v : - L - ic. u e. Ou cijitis.
. TJ . itiy I;: Gr, ai:J
inns ci'tsio TLrou.
i wirh i!rj.raila !cd aucccftf, on
:-.f A--.f-.;tv unA Irrj-io-i-.f
A!.i iu -,11th. n xunl ri-
lv)ti:. im c ty !i m
fcypais,. Ci.c-: ti;
ITeinia. or I i.r'ur
Syphilitic ' - t
tfiio cr He n . .: ;r
lafcAt iv it tit, tic pri:i - ?
tiueia c . I. ''. t
etn-i in Ji-aturv . r ohht ' ..or, aim v-.iMii ftroiluce
aoru 1 I'ii fi)!i'wi.ii' i- ,.., nii:,i t-iiit-
:oii. -cLiiiity. d.ii.i f . i : i ivt- :i , y . ii tt.;3
On the fiMT, iii'-M 1.. iL -jy, t.s-i-t y I L i!i:i ,
COt:tution vt i'-' h.a ol r j . r. t sc., n . tji rtt jz
ti.airir ri Mr,,:.r rr i .i. o - ..!!
cured. C't'i;nii'.':i rt :t;j.-. .f I, j. :.ii I i r, a, u vi;-f,
Wh- it i -: i "iv '-I t ii :T i. ' t't.r i t
'mnlirittrt run u !.- i. '.: t - - i - . i i.,-
blcca jrunirtit4xu, v 1. t!.i 1 j - f i f. i-i Ki
l-zllji t,t kc. 1 . : . Vv i ;..
In ou.;:-' or ctirrency. i.fr ifr v in l-rfnJ ntt, f'i.irc
tru to life ; ariit-ttT tn t'v i'- siit.;-'-t : W'r. i?;.v
sirry, who iwf. whv, M- -J out. .!, I hr;-fci
dwnf Who fThhi'i nat ; v ' Ir r ?! li:iiiiir - inny
beinvrersed. 'i he l li m:o - r . nVt ! mi. :.! n.tuv
anor. 7!io4 t . t i . I i.r t -. n un a.:i- it infj
read it, tlicn k' r und r l.. a. n . y. fopi.d r I. u-n
aam as above, but fir . t. r;. f w h i n.ail.
or th tpsedy cureot h-nuna. T'wi;ka, I4,i ,-i i
Frwmatnrc l4ility, Krrvonim. I tt-snmni. o -f
Idvti, Attnion to M.rty, l-frtivv ' .
Ditwrdprs brottght'l by Smel tlai.iis mi.4 I. .
k-ujrzLt ha th in.iiiw. A'i1rrM,
v ""' I'l""'' List for
Kif IKJ I Kukk te any
t."J a1,1-' iion h-
l'!,' '-- t-ontains
.:' I'jitlmis of rverjr
Hiiim rt-iuiretl lYr
I nnnal or fjinllj- u.sn,
with over 1 200 liii.slraiions. H'e sli li
tKls at wrhofuM'e prlres hi qnanlllles to suit
the urrliHjr. Tl'.e nl V liiitti iitioii iu America,
who mak ihi. ili-tr .ifrf:il Itiislnosn. AUUresa.
22 7 & 2 4 a sVaIiikl Ave., C'liicao, IU.
mmmm mm asssi ps s A cvonprlcDl buiaas sian in each
lYAll I tU cou.ijr is U. L. I. to sa tba
i .toprlLa mt lsi.s Wm-ssi kalns; t subseriikjo.
Tosuca sua, with rcfersiMcs, wc luruisb U.c iMiLSt trrm,
mud ci Irmis lht will lsn.r a worker o.r $IOO a swsls.
AjMicss UTiBSATlO Al flU. 10 Bo 24e2, bt. Lvius, Us.
Threshing Machinery and Portable
and Traction Engines.
THE STANDARD of i.i ullouvo throughout Ik
(;mir.l;.nt)r $ 11.....
MATCHLESS for Orain-Sjuin, Tinie-Saving, Tar
fe ? i I.TTlinr. tt'i'i'i nif 1 horuutjh M er
INCOMPARABLE in OWr.of Matrial.r--riops
of Purl, rh-rr.iuyt Wurknuuinhlp, KUyunt Finish, and
MARVELOUS rnefli w,.rir work in all kln,lt
f t.risiii, and itnivmully known an thn only MHrreaefui
Tiirer!u,r iu Hm. Timothy, ('lover, snd all ithr K..i.
Tlirealit - r it
imt uumtr ih idsii iiair iii umisi Ksrs stid biilta.
- BURNIMO STEAM-ENCINES. with aiwcial
lnaufy endnnr nnknovrn in ofiir niak. sifsm.
bv r . .
rite tXv'Tf -
idre -J&trx "-'YJ
Mich. j..ry &r:
eveiy pit; pure Kssex. or no sale.
: two to three month obi .'i each, or & per pr
Young Sos bred lo to -o.
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an' Old StaLh- in n w hands entirely.
The Nrt Finn of
I10L3IKS i: 1)I0X,
ojien (lie old
ST RE I GUT DARN,
on t lie Coiner of ;th and IVarl Streets ltli u
New Livery Outfit.
;oor liol.'si s am caKIjIAOKS at all
HOIlsE.i FOIl SALE.
JtOTlSKS liOlUillT AXD SOLD.
houses kept nr the oa r on week.
Cull ami see HOLMES & DIXON.
Im a mon; h)y, lHO-pae IS riip Honk of Ihecnamcf
lie V(rid Lit rtur. hiiipcl. copy, Jic.s or 2 per
'r. Ai Jil C.'hroinn fl4J inch' tt ' o-tuiti
Vailoy," prim, lilck tShM'p," a 1 j booJc, in
pA(Xr binding; "Christian Oakley's MmtMkr." a l
nottk, in tap r bindm. nd A nample co$ty of "Wood
Il.uii'M Muiactne 'all oMt-(tai(l, for onl30c-Dta
in monoy, or in on-nt pmtftt' Hfumpn. Airentfl
witnU'd. Mo't Jiboral terms, but not Linif nt fr.
Addn'MS. S.Wootl 'ribuufliiuiiaixiiE. Nw Vrk(;it
33EST IS CHjCA1EST!
We will (live $t1Hn.1X for any Alum, or
' otit-vr aihtllfratioth fouiul l
this J'On jSllli.
rim Indorsed byTiio l'.rooklyn Hoard
01 iiean,:i, ana liy tue teBt ctw;uJU
In tho United St.i'c-i.
It 13 BTUDTCER than
(siiy 1'rajst I'owUtr lit
tf tK Amnke lixlit h-rrsut when
A U::d 03 ehr--ted.
f (5 It Is OJI NtiK OKOliy evrry
Jl - housekeeiier v. lio hois L'H en It a
It IS an entirely SI! W ISTEX.
TlOX.wli houi.uiiy cf the Uul quali
ties of entla or b..ler..tua, uit or
otiier baking' powder.
id lias m lt.v ir a ifncenfy
to sustain kncl l:uurisll ILo
Good food mai;e3 pI he;jni; ond health
Is lia roved or Impaired In i icDortifi iui Use
food we eat H nut!-ft!'n :i cr tt !if-rwl-x.
Lewi.' hinisa I'O-ulu uin.y makes
One can of thl? U worth two of any otter
It makes bread wlltr nI i letter.
More than half the complaints of ted t'onr
arise from the use of cnimon baking r.-r-tlera,
which often Lauke tLo lxtt ct Hour turn
out dark: bread.
The mo.t delicate persors ran eat food
prepared witli It without i-njary.
tarly every other bukli' ; iKiwdur la
adulteraced and Is absolutely i tui loua.
Ih-'SlSlnade from I(ni!ltd ( rape C ream
lutrmou. Ut:fiT, llUUat, and moat
BREAD, BISCUIT, CAKE,
D'JCKWHEAT, INDIAN, AND
A rln;rlo t.i.l wUl trov U u superlortty
f tiU:i l owder.
ItaKtrrACTCRliO OKT.T 3T
EO.T. LEWIS & MasKZIES CO.
tf For .i1n l.v K. P.. IMJVEV & SOX. Gl III-
MAX & WKt.'K HAt'U. F. f. Will IF.. Ktid W.
11. liAKEK & CO, and dealer iu tseneral.
r ..v si f , . a -e.. J
f! tl 'J1 f Fl Mil till