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T H JUHHE A L 1)
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
LoATelTs population will reach CO,
000, a growth of nearly 20,000 Pinco
One of the biggest lonnnzas of tho
day is the little toy marine railway
extending -from Manhattan to Brigh
Hansom cabs have made their ap
pearance at Newport, and are exten
Bively patronized by that class of
young n.en who, at home and abroad
are known as swells.
A Boston business man, impressed
by the Xarragansett disaster, offers to
ten.ch, without charge, a class of boys
irom me puonc schools to swim.
The main 6taircase in John Tcabody
Wetmore's house, at Newport, cost
jt-iv.uuu. Ane wood was imported ami
A .......1 i A 1 . T.-II AS 1
- m in mo r luiciiiuic style.
A "woman at Newport bathes in
suit of oiled silk, woruuuder the usual
flannel suit. She says siic enjovs tho
surf, but can't boar the touch of salt
A Phiiadclphian made a fruitless
ciiort to sell worthless bars at the
mint, for pure gold. The profit, if he
Jiau succeeded, would have been $70,
Tho postal business of Macon, (ia.,
is greater man mat oi any city (At
lanta excepted) in .North Carolina,
soma Carolina, ueorgia, to iorida. or
Tho sod for the lawn in front of the
new Oriental hotel on Manhattcn
Beach cost nearly $7,000. Six acres
back ot bheepshead bay were denuded
Le Trait V Union, of Mexico, says
iii.it me p;iriii priest oi lepemi del
Kio nnpiieons bachelors who refuse
to marry and nevertheless frequent
piaces oi in repute.
Letter found on a California sui
cide : "Jn this sheltered nook I lay mo
down to die. When a man outlives
las usclulness, I think he ought to re
tire. I have done so. Adieu."
The large increase in the foreign
commerce done through Boston is
shown in custom-house receipts of
$:.0,674,8yi for the li-cal year ending
dune ov, ifcbu, as against $13,460,557
ioi- iuo piece.mig year.
The strip of earth between tho Mis
sissippi liivcr and Luke Concordia,
above Natchez, is fast caving, and it
now appears to be a m.itter of a very
eiioi i ume ueiore me lake will drain
itselt into tho river.
Ihe worst enemy of the Chilean
soldier nt the seat of war is fever and
ague. No less than nine hundred sick
men were sent from Ilo to the south in
the Loa, which arrived in Valparaiso
during the first days of May.
Camden, X. J., has a population of
41,741, an increase of 13,232 over 1870.
The addition of Newton township, in
1S71, constitutes the Seventh and
Eighth wards. The population of the
citv before this annexation was: In
18i0, 9,479; 160, 14,3ti8 ; 1870, 20,045.
The population of San Antouia, Tex.
is reported at 19,500, and of the coun
ty of Bexar 39,000. In 18G0 Bexar
county had a population of. 14,454. Ia
1870 it was only 16,U53, and that of
the city 12,258, leaving out 3,795 for
the county. The county contains an
area of 1,456 square miles.
The golden oriole devours the pota
to beetle with relish. A pair of these
bcuutilul birds had charge of a potato
patch near Rochester, N. Y., aud kept
it lice from beetles. The young ori
oles that was raised in the nest in the
elm tree near the patch grew fat on
this tender food.
Among the relics recently found in
Mitchell county, Georgia, are speci
mens of coral, sponge, masses of bar
nacles, oyster shells, and many singu
lar masses of shells, all united by the
action of lime in the soil into 6olid
rock. In addition are specimens of
petrified wood, such as cedar, etc., of
later formation, most likely, than tho
A little girl, defining "bearing false
witness against your neighbor," said
"it was when nobody did nothing,
and somebody went and told of it."
"Now tell mo candidly, are you
guilty ?" asked a lawyer of his client.
"Why, do you suppose I'd be fool
enough to hire you if I was innocent?''
"Sit downl" said a nervous old gen
tleman to his son, who was making too
much noise. "1 won't do it," was the
impudent answer. " Well, then, stand
up, I will be obeyed I"
An Illinois chap, in describing a gale
of wind, says: "A white dog, while
attempting to weather the gale, was
caught with his mouth open, and turn
ed completely inside out."
Adjutant (to newly-joined recruit,
who presents himself) : "Well, my
man, what's your business?" liecruil:
"Shure now, if 1 knew what I wanted,
6hould I be afthcr askin you, sorr?"
When a young farmer's wife made
her first boy's pants precisely as sim
ple before as behind, the lather ex
claimed : "Goodness, he won't know
whether he is going to school or com
ing home I"
Physician (to government clerk)
"Well, what do you complain oi?"
G. C. Sleeplessness, doctor." Physi
cian "At what time do you go to
bud?" G. C "Oil, I don't mean at
night; but during office hours."
Grandfather; " "You are stupid,
Charley; the dullest boy I ever saw."
Charlie: "You must not expect me
to understand things as quickly as you
do, grandfather, because you noii't
have the trouble to get 'em through
It is said that the deepest gorge in
the world has been discovered in Col
orado. Wc always had the impression
that the biggest gorge in tiiis country
mi-ht bo w itnessed ut a railway sta
tion where the train stops "iive min
utes lor dinner."
An old judge of tho New York su
preme court meeting a friend in a
neighboring village, exclaimed, "Why
what are you doing here?-' "I'm at
work, trying to make an honest liv
ing," was the reply. "Then you'll suc
ceed," said the judge, "for you'll have
When the political situation was
decidedly complicated, a diplomatist
asked Talleyrand one night what was
his opinion as to the course of eveuts.
"My opinion," said Talieyran I, bland
ly, "well, I have one opinion in the
morning and another in the afternoon,
but 1 never have an opinion at night."
Liiverstick has been ill for some
weeks, and Jones, meeting Smith, asks :
"How's Liiverstick, Smith any bet
ter?" "Well," says Smith, '-his phy
sician is hopeful." "Yes, ye, respond
ed Jones, "that's all very weil ; b.it is
his undertaker hopeful? That's more
to the purpose." Jones is such a pecu
"Wheu the Paris bourse was agitated
with conilieting rumors as to the
death of George ill., a o inker went to
tue iiii.uit r oi ioivign ad.iirs to punp
mm. "All I can toll you," repiied
Taiieyra.iu to his iiMiscr.ect question
er, is t.ns: ""Som-s say he is dead,
some say lie isn't; lor my put, I put
no laiiii in eitiier story. This is in
con iiwCJce, mind. ' You will be care
ful noi, to compromise me in jy lnju-ncr."
- Hiding: at West Point.
So far aa the visitors are concerned
the exhibition drills arc naturally of
more interest than the examination of
tho "poor fellows," who aro dragged
one by one before the professors and
Board of Examiners, in order that a
test may be made of the thoroughness
of last year's instruction. One of the
most exact of these drills took place
one morning nt the riding nca cmy,
and was watched with great interest
by the board of visitors, youugdadies,
and officers. The riding hall i a large
barn-like structure, with two little
galleries from which the riding can
be seen. Tho ground is covered with
sawdust, and the scene as thirty-one
of the first-class men went galloping
about under the command of Captain
Godfrey was a "perfect circus." Af
ter mounting their horses the cadets
rode round in single file aud practiced
a great variety of saber thrusts and
strokes at imaginary foes. Tho rid
ing was good, and tho slashing was
vigorous and skillful. Then two long
frames from which iron rings were
suspended, were placed on opposita
sides of the hall, and near the corners,
upon some racks of a suitable height,
were placed some leather heads, which
the riders hacked most viciously as
they went galloping around. On tho
ground were a couple more balls.
Then the cadets went dashing around
by twos and threes in opposite direc
tions, trying to pierce the rings with
their sabers, then to draw their pis
tols and blow oil' tho unoffending
wooden man's head, and finally to
give the poor ball on the ground a
slashing thrust. The sport was most
exciting, and as the heavy hors j pis
tols were fired off" in rapid succession,
the "dear creatures" in tho galleries
stopped up their cars an l trembled
in fright. Some of the riders were
very quick, and would succeed in go
iug through all the maneuvers in rap
id succession. The same exercises
were then repeated alter two well
padded hurdles had been put up.
Some of the balky horses caused con
After the saddle- had been taken off
the horses the sccon-i part of the pro
gramme was begun. At liist one
half the.men walued beside tue other
haif, who were mounted. Suddenly
the horses broke into a ,aiiop, and lno
order to mount was given, immedi
ately each horse tiaa two ri; rs. i ius
practice of leaping on and oil a bare
back iiorse was continued lor some
time, to the delight of the audience.
Then the nurdies were orou-ut in
a-ain, and Ihe excitement inci a-eu.
Each ca iet had his horse, and an i.u
camo to the huivtlo would leap oli",
jump the hurdle, clinging all uie lime
to tho horse a mane, una men leap on
his back again. .Many ot t tic cadets
did this very gracefully, and showed
izreat pluck and skill in clinging to
their rather wild chargers, some-
tim.ia t!ll ll.ll(Aftt Wltit til i 1 1 a.1 I .1 i . : I rl I
and great contusion would loilovv.
The "riu ' masters" as they were ia-
cetioiisly called, stood with big whips
in hand, so as to remind me oalKy
iiorse tiie danger ot stopping.
ihe cadets then varied the excrc.se
bv jumpiiig ou uieir iioives wiuie ;.t
full speed, and then leaped clear ut, r
their backs, and tnen on their back-
again, ine exercise was, ot com rs.
very violent, and the young la-ues o-,.
stowed many expressions oisvmpainv
. i . i ? ..I. ....
on me "poor uo. .mere weie s,mo
narrow escapes irom acciicu, an t
many laugu.iole s enos. As a i;.o.
liriivi'vnr tltH ritni-r w.-ia fvi-iMi., t,-
and showed mat the cadets were t nor.
ough masters of horsemanship. Many
expressions of admiration were heard,
and there was considerable applause
at tho exceptionally daring feats. A
graduate ot West Point is necessari
ly a skillful rider, because of his thor
ough training, and becomes inured to
tho hardships he may encounter in
ins luture career m tho army.
The bosr hole above Meritleri, Cnn..
trires the Hartford and New II rcn
railroad a great deal of trouble. Un
der it the bed-rock slopes downward
to the east at an nnlc of perhaps 4U
to 50 degrees, and this causes the tons
of sand and gravel that are dum pod
into the hole to slip oil into the main
peat bed along the east side of the
track. Still the work of dumping the
Kind goes on vigorously.
The editor of The Colusa CCal.) Sun
says : Uonuug down on the road, on
the east side of the river, about dusk,
last Sunday evening, we ran through
a school of small frogs about the size
of the end of a man's thumb. Tiicv
made the road black for about a quar
ter of a mile, and were all headed for
tho river. There was a pond on the
cast side of the road in which tiier
bad probably hatched, but it wasdrv-
iug out, and they were striking out
through, tall wheat aud dense thicket
for the river, a quarter of a mile away.
Says a recent report: Vancouver
island is about 2b0 miles loiu and LO
miles broad, contaiutng 8,yJO,0U0 ucrt-
its shore line is so deeply indented
that the island can be crossed at sev
eral points by less than one-third of its
width by land travel. In the northern
division down to the line joining Sey
mour narrows and .Nootka.soiiiul, there
are 4,1U0,UUU acres. Oi lh;a omv 7,-
0U0 acres are cultivable. The central
division, bounded on the north by t!m
Qualicum river and Alberni canal.
contains z,lu,uuu acres, of winch 67,-
000 are estimated to be cultivable.
The southern division contains 2,670,-
000 acres ot which 2o0,000 are account
ed cultivable, making a total of SS'J,-
000 acres of cultivable land in tho
A remarkable hit was made by tho
New York Life company in the mat
ter of the lirougham annuity, when
tho benefit was given to John Broug
ham by his 1'rieu.ls, every effort was
made to render it profitable in the
highest degree. Under such circum-
tauces it became a granJ success, and-
the two performance: cleared tho al
most incredible sum of $11,000. The
next question was, what to do with
the money? After some deliberation
the purchase of an annuity was order
ed, and the New York Life lusuraiico
company took the contract which gave
the annuitant $23 per week for lite.
In two pears the payments stopped by
his death. The company during this
time paid lirougham $2,912. They
received 14,000 which, with 5 per
cent interest for two years, equals
$15,400. Now deduct the payments
(.52,yi2) and you have as the net gain
Mrs. Tom Thumb is described by a
correspondent as she appeared recent
ly in the surf. She is now a perfect
matron in miniature. Her face, though
still pretty, shows her age, aud has a
quaint motherly expression. She is a
realization, in a small way, of fair, fat,
and forty. She wore a suit of blue
graj' flannel, which was jaunty and
coquettish before it got wet. Her
arms were bare to the tops of her
shoulders, in each of which was a
pretty little dimple, and there was a
shapely, taper down to her wrists,
licr small feet were uncovered. She
had a comically dignified air, and
stepped into the surf with the air of
a knee-high queen. She waded boldly
until siie met the first wave, which
soused her, flopped her down, rolled
her over and over, and finally threw
her up on the sand. All the style had
been instantaneously drenched out of
her clothes, out, "take her altogether,
she looked better after the ordeal than
did most of the bigger wointta."
Cry for Pitlie'Catorta. Theylilce
it became it ia aweet Mother Ilk
Castoria. became it eve health to
t- child i and Phyaiciaaa, became
it contains no morphine or mineral.
Is nature's remedy for assimilating
the food. It cures Wind Colic, the
raising of Sour Card and Diarrhoea,
allays Feverishness and Kills
"Worm. Thus the Child has health
nnA the Mother obtains rest. Pleaa-
ant, Cheap, and Reliable.
Tho most effective Pain-relievins agent
MAN and BEAST
tho world has ever known.
Over 1,000,000 Bottles sold last year I
Tho reasons for thia unprecedented peps-
Iar";;j', are erident; the Centaur T.ini
XAOiita are m..d-j to doserve confidence
tlicy are altsorbed iuto the atrueture; they
nlisrays c:ire and xiovor disappoint.
No poison nucd longer auutr wiln
PAIIf in the BACK,
Rheumatism or Stiff JoinU, for the
Liniment vrill surely exterminate
tho pain. There is no Strain, Sprain,
Cut, Scald, 2a rn. Bruise, Sting, Gall
or Laineiioas -la which Maniind or
Dum j Jvrn-ies are subject, that doos
not rcwal to thia Soothins talm.
cot only roliore T"in, but they incite
Loalthy action, snbtluo iaHammation,
ar.l etirc, irhathir tho eymptoms proceed
from Vio.-r-lit of tho fieshjig" Neuralgia of
Sbo Korvci ; from coutractel Cords or a
csaldod Lasi ; frsia a uprained anhle
or a trashed foot : whether from dif custiuz
PIMPLES cn a LAST'S PACE
or a otrainod.iclut on a Hcrso's Lf?.
The ocpet produced by a Burn or Scsld;
mcrtifioatioa from Trost-bitcs: S-crell
inp;s from Strn ins; the tortures of Iiheu
m'ttism; CrJpplod for life, by ome
neeleLtei ftcciKtt; a valuable herse or
a footer's CHI may all bo saved from
Oao Dottlo of Contanr Liniment.
2 o Housekeeper, Tanner, riantor.Tcameter,
or Livorym-n, can aCcrd to be without
thceo isroiiderf-jl T-izjimonts. They can
bo precurcd in aaypart cf tho sloho for
.".0 cts. an! Sl.GO a bottle. Trial bottle
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am going to
im: a.s:d3 :b unions:,
this spring and want to
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
that people can build
BRICK UOUSES INSTEAD OF FRAME.
1 shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
the coming year and wculd like those
Intending to Build to
give me a call before lookius eUeivlu'ra
At my place on Washington Avenue or at K.
S. White's Store on Main Street, Plattsntouth,
ULJl CKSJU1 Til
All kinds of
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that har
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us,
mFiUhS' between Main and Vine Streets.
ust across e corner from the nkw HEKAI.l
O. F. JOHNSON,
Ail Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Preseri pilous Carefully Centpasded
by an Experienced Oraffslst.
UEMEMBEi: TIIE TLaCE
DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
P La TTS MOUTH. KE0.
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Furnl.slies Freli, Pure Milk.
Stei!il calls attended to. and Freeh Milk j
from same cow furnished wheu wanted,
7 n '
Sole Appointing A gent or
Tiie I'll rivul led Mason & llaiuliu
CABINET O ROANS.
AIho Pt:te Asent for the Henry F Miller and
X. C Eiiirrson (.. I'imios.
at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Will do well to examine our
New 31ason & la m I in
If A ....
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NO CHANGING OARS
) FROM (.. .
OMAHACOUNCIL BLUFFS. NEBRASXA CITY
or PLATTS MOUTH lo
Where direct connections are madewith
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. I30STOX, PHILADELPHIA
B A LT IMOUE. WASHING TO X.
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES
V.a FEOMA for
IXDIAXAVOLIS. LOUISVILLE. CIXCIX
NATI, ami all jhhuU it: the
THi: nr.T i.tsi. ron
When Iirect Connect ions are made in the
ITNION 1EI'0 1 with Tliiouuh Sleeping Car
Lines for oil iomts Hl'TII.
The Shortest, ?ueouicpt and most Comlortahle
via HANNIBAL to
Ft. SCOTT. DEXISOX, DALLAS, 1IOUSTOX
AUSTIX, SAX A XTOXIU, GALVESTOX,
an all noiuts in
rullmaii 10-Wheel Palace .Sleeping Gars.
., 15. & Q. r'aku-e iJja-.viiig-Kouni Cars,
With Horton's Kecliidnc Chairs. No Extra
Charge for Seats In Keeuning t 1i;iiis.
The famous t' 15. & Palace DinmglCarc
Fast TIiup. 8teel Rail Track and Superior
Equipment eonihiiieil with their (iittit J tirowjli
Car Arrangement, makes till1, above ail others.
Uie tavorite noute to me
itAST, HlrTII 01t.80lTH.EAST.
TRY IT, and;jou will find TRAVELING A Lux-
ury;iusteau ot a IMncoiiiIoi t.
All information aboutl Kates of Fare. Sleep-
lup- Car Accommodations, and Time Tables,
will bo.cUperfullytgiveti by applying to
Jain e 11, lood,
Geueralll'assengor Asf't, Chicago
C. W. SMITH.
L old am reliable.
ZDb. bxuFOTAi a Liter Lsvxoon
l old m mmiL i
JDS. 6xiFGIua Ljveb LsYIOOnATOKj
Jia a Standard Family Huiedj for
di8cnss of the Liver. Stomach s
n i wr-in. i i. i r. i iir. T . .
Vegetable. It neTer ji.
l u i i u . . Cr4 v n mm 1 '
0rrt T -if 1
L i t e rs
5 i sua Utw
Las been naedl
in my practiced
58ab4 l7 i?e publie.J
lor more t-uaa So ytaire,
with unprecedented eiiult.l
J3- SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
v. . i. w a
AST Mtt'4.UaSf nilXTCLLTOC PT3 Ra-TVTATIOa.
WELL ADSEB A MILL la good
Urritory. E4 armed by Owennaf
f IOWA. ARKAMAS &OAXOT
tzttftpyyj.&c, : a
a Kir-; -.v-:v- -wis ;htxtf H
i n it tj st
I it Q
fjrCH&LSrSHEPARD & CO.BatQfi(M,HiclL
mm. ' mmmmrn
i?5 ?--.4Vv 1 hfr.ftr MKtrimcry and Portable
TT ft Trscttcn Engines.
Vf ."'; v'ft-Vr-i My TANDAPO of czuRllrno throughout ihm
&JrALX-- 3 f'- S? Al CHUSb for Orin-Re-nnr. Ti-,STin. Pr-
i ;rr- A r v k lo us tm- r,,nv ,,,w work u
' - ' .i -,Nf jL-ir -j. - nf Orjn. ti.i wTic.a'v known mm the mnlw p.rnful
AstOnShTnp Dvirofct and wmdrrfuVv usiri W ih.n hlf the unuai KMri and tmlla.
PORTABLE, TRACTIOfl. lnd STRA-IURRiriC STEAM-ENCINES, with himcUI
fratore r,f 1'im.r, Durnbuitr. ta:-y, Kconotny. nd Rwtatf rm.r!y nnknnwn in other mkke. Steam
rowrr OulSti nd Slfnm-Ponfr SrrjMfcn a erlaltj-. Fonr eir.re of Separators, Inm
Bix to twelve hi.rtff pawer; lo tw ntylfs IinsreTM .''tonntea Iforsc Ptwrn.
Thirty-Two Years of Prosperous and CsntlnKous 6ulnea bj tbia hoiua, without cbaaas
ui uauib, iw.iu.in, or man-nro?n -r un.irrr ft Hiriing
iraarante for iperior p-wvl iin.l h'.nnrV.. dmlina;.
machluua to tiie .all: hciWN! uru-a. t: t-. r r- :cr .ttrv.t'
in to buiiil ana flm otf ic;crior i4 rnnzv t i,:.aiia
BE KOT DECEIVED
d7 For fuU i:u-i?i-u5ph cf'l ra cur ocfJ?rs. cr write
to us fr.r lliu-urir-.t ('i.-rni-tri, whU-h we mail frre. Id lre
BlCnCLS, SILEVUiD & CO.. Cattle Creek. Kich.
If HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened an entire new stock of hard
Ton .-Bk. ? r3i: saa 3sr- qs is-c: -bts-jbt
Nest door west of ( 'jiapnian & Smith's Draf
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES ana
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAIt.S, NAILS, ly the Ke
ROPE, FOWDJiR, SHOT, GRIND
A.Fi;ll Lineol t VTI.KI5V.
Special Rates tc Vuildtrs and Con
All goods- souijas lov
t; they poss-iblv can be
WW i ;
$ . j i Jio Ttot (oijieei'MSfu! Etemecly
i -'-.ev'-r di--rovp:-ed. it iseertaiii in its
..'Vileifei't" and docs not uli.-Uer.
ltt ui moot' nninw.
Fi'ojn Uev. P. X.JLJ rancor,
I'lTidinK Elder of the St. AKian's District.
Rt. A i.hans, Vt.. .Tan. 20th, 1x80.
Dr. I'. J. Kendall & Co., Gents : In reply to
vour letter 1 will say that my experience with
li-iid:iU's Spavin l iirc; has hi-en very satisfac
tory indeed. Three or four years at;o I procur
ed a bottle of your a;rent, and with it cured a
horse of hiincne caused by a spavin. Last
season my horse became very lame, and I turn
ed 111 in out for a ft w weeks when lie became
better ; but w hen I put Inm on the road he not
woise, when I discovered that a riuK-bone was
fornihur. I procured a bottle of Keudall's
Spavin Cure, and with less tha" a bottle cured
ti i in so that he is not lame, neither can the
bunch be found.
Respectfully Yours, V. X. flitANfiEK.
Frice. vi per bottle, or six bottles for S5. All
druK'sts nave it or can set n for you, or it will
he sent to any address on receipt of price by
the proprietors, 1. .1. KKNDALI. jt V J.,
KnoHiiuii;h Falls. Vermont.
C. F. Goodman, Ag't Omaha, Neb.
A. G. 'HATT
JLST orKXED AGAIX.
Ntw, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Muni Street Corner of 5th, I'lattsmouth
Every body on hand for fresh, tender meat.
X--kfT'k i Ao entirely lw a--J positively effect. rm
Va 1 KrmcJy fcr tr. iH-e,T t,i fnTinie it
ciro of Seminal EnMMiour c.n."l ln:7cien', tbe c-. f
tmt rlT, Tit.. LrKt Aprl.Ct U Ura. pakOpl C1 of OralSe. Tt
bm of tX rrrae i atn..icJ nb no x ccv i.uicf,e'. ml 4imj n--
Irterfert iLh tb or-tiw p'trvJ. ct t:te. liw nude of tt:taa. b
:?oj ib tet ia rtry Mnrt caim, aJ is '' pr ouaorl rura-M. T h : rt
b Dcspi? a Sou i this prrpavrsua. rA't ci crTavtra mAi its a u
f.-5:t!7flf r-n- lit 11 Tr"frC tiaist. It n ero-
C Uit ilixUcal PrL-'curoai ta l- tU tr.oct ra:3tial inai yst disco
erd of rabi!ij crti t!ui tr frYicnt IrooM. Tbc bid-i; if
r-rt ap im ai busn, of Uir t,r. K. I a, nwiS). H. tanflWiai-.t
.-?-. nn.-tiA4' WJ,le-,r-H. :.-' tLrw mtr.av
f-i- T-i-Tf" 4 -tt- in f I-. laf alKtol. Maw
("4 far ft Inri ti(a . X fin at Aratt toi-al I lt.Birmte.aWt m -
tfta o.i at waj tot tb T " r . w p. r ack akanhoni. Ml fti- 3
J tS Jnuao o4 l.A c if r a-.T'-l . b-rt aaai! for Matnp.
HATTR'S REMEDY CO. PPO C?-.EMI3TS,
jrct ur! r-i-a Street. L .l ILI M J.
front -ciis.v rcwirfl reft A'iifrans;
!niia-. Arl i t i-TL. i :-c rempriy i trsrletrf perfecSy.
Chir'rn. A-f. U kVJ. I em if omuef..T cur-f -nd feci Up
rni in rn
f i-isnt'ri, frpt. 13, I receive J r truch berr frtn th
e f '::r if!tn!;:j tt.At I want to l-y ttirn in r.-tner Ci?e.
7 Li it 1ol. tyr 1 v-i'i -rhj, very tirouf.
M'ch., Jan. Z J.D. I have tit-! t'p y-jf f arkire of Mr. fi
cne; c - t Tte a--!Uer as t:-n ( ifc'.iLe. '1 t"ai jr-j;
;-r-r",l 'l a; ptri'r.t tr..iLie. !-. t ll-cre i a w eat: r y., a-i
Iot4, O'-t. iTj. I ai-i a!tm t KT;triait'.3 at rcr rai-
t.'lei. 1 tve "i i:t ! lil'e a c'-rn cri .e. 1 pni .iu 4
t ic-r rs d-uch of a Pun a I '- t- r "o tjt:if. I wm on tU
-rt of 1 v rraTe I l-'-f'tisl.!. ar.i ILtre vat bo cure (ur me,
but cow I am in "Ll 2V"S rf " C1'"g
A'T-tt Virri-vTVtTr" I4f I tree ne 1 y"nr MitIiciMe, ap
I lcitre tt Isn ct:-cJ ma, f r which I aci vrv loankful. Ii
r'"fi 't-aie f , f i!cl tie aetil e annU.e tot
fi. 2) f if fri.-. i, Vou hax doc a great tttc ftr dc. I
r ..i cr.J ya .,'',' .Tr.r , ,
Miswiuri, J'j r ,&th, irTi). Ft rate for ard mr ai oi-ce anofVrt
bx cf the fas'ill, Te patient op 1-om I ttave urJ nrort oi
cf. L-.t. i a-ii'mn to a B.imt !e bsz, is Xant recovering, aui
'. rT'-r.'?1 CT- 2, 179. I.as( Jatiujrv rr from rw
i rf t' ri-n-c'r, for or-e ot our c:tmer, rnd il i n da
i ri iVct cure cf fcini. W t hve aneer c''l'nier rnm siirier
; - : i ':r tw.me wjv, ar.al wislt rctrrp mail ee 1S. 3 boj
Iscai, tu.:u u.r, Mitn tii Any titir'i, Ira fol
luuriitj cixte: : A Competent "'".ear.hot,
3Irtun oi W;('e, Teu.pcranicni, wtiipittl'Te
iBi iu,ui,iuie. Stt-rtJitr ia vvinnen, cause aiii ireatniei i,
Advice te Bridfgrom. A Tikce lo li usr-andK. Adtice lo Wieea,
rntitutin, it causrt, t eiilocT ni Matrimony eonipare,
tWojunl Wtiw, Cnnetiirt, 1 oo arfl Court!) lp. Ituprdirrwnw Iw MftT
Scif RyrtucHa.t "f! Uf morlrv4, lw ot Mwnift and
,Vt4M, Lffai r:gb( f anarrtanl fowl, aw. . iBe.O't'tt: luraiM icuhae
It'wmeii, ti.elr c&um And rretwtt. A bowk f ir fnvi' nt cyriiderA
Kvtiri(. ef 3iS pa. 'b l'la EnirA'laO. J Mi. ed,6Jccia.
"THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISErV
On Cypnili. OocorrhCEA, Oleet, Stricture, v arico-
tele, fte.. aito oa Spermaton hue, beiual Pcb'lity.
ml jmpotene?, from 6eif-AbLe mit1 r'itm, tiiuiir
fenainat'. Eduhioii. KrTrune, Arri:T. Ml SocteT, Hh 5 IVcy, DliA
MM ftf fwjhi Jsf ( Mcmry. Im eVsuaJ Fir, rtc. nvlnnf n:w
M5 improper or rhpy, (ivtne traaumrrt.avadai frvat mtu y luiMfirt
fur ia cura f all jirivits dirr: 114 p-e, vcr Lv pUlt tVJ oruU.
' lfcd!c&l AItSc' Lectire on IThoci TTcsiant::!. lOx
Wlaaaai fff aT PftMCT - , ' , "
k ba.bl in Oi.e VO -U-c. u.,..iiih.b oto r, tun w
fluitratirtt:, Tb combined vo!um i poitiTciy the moil
lofuii.r alatticak P " ui.rtcj. ire auiaor an ripn
ue4 phrsiciin f many rear practic. a i well ki uwn).
ud tit lTia fivea. fi rula for trvatmrnt Itutt dB. be fvuud (if
gBt itiiM to inofea) uff.rtng frBR mpuritv f di arteo, rtilT rrrtre,
n-a ci. nr sriT of rb troubUa cemm under tke ba-i kf PK1V ATiv
mt 'CiiROMC diMaMB, pMiftgc taip utto so pajatu for beoka.
d lfr47, curt
fium inipnrt siual asr-ciattwaa. aeil atute cr citial ascetsra.
PaliBis ireateJ Otail and erp-e. Where p.ttil.ie. p''"
oital eQuiratioo it pttrfrrcd. which it freeatvJ ii.iuJ. W
tiiut to be answered bv pMr.t detu-11. treatafaent mail- f re
to any 'H'pm on arT,li'"ati'n. I r bf'ki ft lreatr:eit ad-lei
13 U. lit TI 1 Xorfi ih gU t. Icula, Mow
OR, BUTTS' BiSS
trttUliia 1347 .t 13 K. U Ctrwt, 37. LC7I5,
JIHE rbriletani ia chart of tbn .IJ and well kantra io.ll.
f utioa ara regular gradual., i. airateiue aitJ .urgrrr. Yrt
Kaa.f4aa. id rh IraarBical f 1 krw.i. IKtmrntt. h... BtaJa
th.ir iVill aad Lilif to aowti aupirior to that of ia ardni.rjr
iHuhv, taat ia.7 n.va aotjuir.J a bimwui rcy.iaea
rsummmm TpmhlM ajid favtokibtie or MereMriaJ aJTccUai ef Ilka
troftV, afcui OT Mir, ireaiea who iucrr, vn cirim
ejplea. witrtout uauir .Mercery or a-Lher foitBu Medici
VAlllip UI e rJ aod Uioie f n..aJ1e tfe whe i
IJlMfclW MllMiyi 1 friB from the etfrct of taper
raa or Aoutiuai VtraoeM. the reaait f aeil-abUM in
larval, kiM or boaea, treated with aucreaa, on acieatitic prm
ejplea. witrtout uaiar Mercary or e-Lhrr fotaosaua Mediciuea.
r aieea in viatured yeara. are fermtneMiy cared. I bis die
oaae produeea aooie of tha foJlewm flcct emiwiona, blutchaa,
ttixsineM, Mrrouaaeaa. dimnoaa of aht. caub, iBijetoo,
ninitir" " deMadeier. confualoa et ideas, averwoa lo ao
atrtw, defective aimcrr, aexual eaanu, imocacf er loaa
of aunly ifor, wtwca anlS tiie TtMi f- r tMas ar auarriae
paYlafNTS TREATED r a.iaJt.rrM.
coioiune. Lt-V.-f.d, ."ittt m FBK a.d
LtM ef qu.lK la b. .n.wcred b. tic.t. dM4rli Cmi
mmjird trim a avy ilrrM Pi-l hl.hiu .
Imt) ta I
Ccai..Maic-k'tra'tif Wjt .
MM.taWia C M4r adTant... rl U Ml . truu.jr
urtii irtla -t., Ft. ImiU. Ala.
Tfc. fima-iat (flit fe ar-" iniuL
f VV II 1UKIV RE.VTBT
F.SXtf H i.-r. Mil t ffirl.t
Ft. Lsnla, 12o.
WANTED for the Bl and FaatcaU
O S.i!:n)f pieu;ril Bouks and Bible.. Pricaa
g-a r.dacrU-33 ymr O. NallOoal rutli!h'g.CKiSl. Loun, Mo.
C a W A Ymmf m A Cftmiit tent Iowiwj nun ia each
i U J ElSJ ' - -- s. to Kil lie
t!Ml-uia cf Ibrng M.rlit kuowlu" aulwr jjtice.
T..tjck B-.-U, w;rli good rpiv.i.es e n.rni.h t.'.c natUl Irf
ais! tcrma tint iU lnr a r?lkor r flO a aiaalla.
Aii-cJ iATfUiaTlOiil. 11 D. CO, Boa 2fl, BU Loi-ia, Ma.
Even aa it iiriwrni kiiai i
Bi aJ 11 CuMurri. fa.aU fc.Hi. OrrkilU. a01
Thr.Nr in Flam. Timtrt hw. ('Ictt.r &n1 &11 nth.r K.. 1.
a , ,
The BERT and MOST- FOri LAl
Kc-wTngf ThreaU f llodern Times.
BEWABE OF K5ITATIOXS.
For sa'e by E. l. Dovey & Sou, Solomon A
Nathan. Win 'ilerold, W. II. Uaker Si Co.. L,
VV i ne s, Liquors
Main Street, opposite the Court House.
This place is just opened, wit', good goods ef
all kinds. We want to keep a good house nd
please our customers.
REMEMBER THIS. Sly.
Ra.g.r; I riaia H.U.r; I lubber hm r.a.il ; liia. E.t.l.
r; It aaatta ta. r.fxr; I tl.it Baak taat fa. Poaai,
a.d Cfcin.aa Srct ror gl.aainc lin.a. (.if aaoa.f Ml'liaf aa
crtt.) All sent for Fifty Ceata. Siau.pal.taa. Aii'rm,
Ikatak. lf.J (MUk Uik BoraVaaawarX. w Jmaa
Repairer of Steaji Engines, Boilers,
Sato and Grist Millr
AH AMI NTKAX FITTHS,
rronpht Iron ripe, Foree and Lift rijies.Rteam
viuni;-.-, .-iiir-i y- aivr! tiovernors, ana ail
kinds of llrass Knjrine Kittings,
repaired on sliort notiue.
Kew Firm !
J0M:S & AG NEW,
Brick Livery Stable.
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA.
The old r.onner Stables, in Plattsmonth, ar
now leased by Jones & Anew, ami they hv
en hand New ami liaini-oma aeeoiamodalions,
in the .shape of
HOWES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE hTRADEI
Train and Break Colts
Oa Reasonable Terms.
That with plenty of room (that everv one
knows we have) in our stable, we can cet Farm
ers' stock and wagons, loads of hay, &c., undtr
cover, where they w ill keep dry.
Thai.ki:ia all the old patrons lur their liberali
tv.we so.ieit their trade fortlie future, natisfird
th-it we can aeeoininodate t hem better and do
belter by mem than ever before.
JOXES & AfiNEW.
SAFES, CHAIRS, '.
ETC. , K'i'C, FTC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sies, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS NOW IJEADY FOIl SEKVK.1;.
With inaiiy thanks for p;ust iatrona,t
nvite a'.i to call uml eauiLne my
LAKUK STOCK OF
3lf. Fl'ltXTI 'ti: AM) tOWIXM
i. -J. li v.
rc . Hi X
BST THRESHER G? WHCg
Im enr n ihrairAl ntar an A proa Hu falMta.
?m wonrterf lUly aluir' and admirably ,ri&et iu ita
tbrftHhiti- ajid acparatlnf qualities. iaaTs ali
iit vraJti, and elrtinx it readr far Biarkat.
f.uia rA.iV, ia oonearuoted dursibly, la finiaiitt
beautiltiily, la tbe niOrvt oonnminal, Vast eipc-n-
v, aad aiat aa tlal ucrory anaemne la tb
tnarkrU V.uJ liamdie wrt grain m well aa Arr.
Kaa bo en Oil in thrwhiag- fax and timothy, tbravo.
irur aiwl idHUiinir botb aa well and nearly aa rooldir
an whestt, aud rojnina no charfc axt-ept tbe :Ta.
j fu- tH- J0m q taraluf mtui rlan,nf nr.
fs thorn any cihtr mutrMitt wait, mnd aaa im l
riltk TIITI. 1.1X2
aar ami .rr rtKl niSit. loatl tb
mny ae4 becwr t&aa aa eacluairelr HiuUaar
Htf AltATOKS of tb nu-imu KiAWyVir
aaaaia ar Jfonw Ptrrrr, aa ueaumjL
' Aa Itujaraarrd Pic la Tower, an IanraTr4
tVawkirv Paver, and tfaa IJ ward Lqiui.
a'awer, ail Bacunted on four wtetsaa, ara
Jfcu!f!jnf d by U, ana ora ae faraaafai a"f
aro aino pr-?rarad to fnrnina finat-daaa
Port&bla aiaea with our Saparacoca.
Tor Frioe-UBt aad drcnlara, addreea
SEYMC JR, 6ASIH & CO.
Kanufttotursrs. Ctfllwater, Kiiuu
Ut! A f Including Shootlr Outfit.
H JaJSA Every Cun Warrantod
it J VilagarkU, Xwura Uroeka be Loiua
orp hprf T tq r,rm h h .w
la.lta.s au M IHI ti WC fckl
J J L SaM.OMtlM Caa.-antt. BOl'T ! lW Ckaan
rAfc0 I valflati. aio.iry-m.kiDf Swili : 10 Kick Ft
JrYrz ' v'--. W Z ?
CHICAGO, ROCK !Sl
ISTHEUHEAT t OSS t J '... !.'...
Its main line runs from . -... i .
Bluffs, passing thnmuii .!!!?'. "n -i -Ocneseo,
Moline, Unfit IsUtiri. !. -,.i
I.ibertT. Iowa C ity.Marentn. iri.. ' .:. .- .
Ie Moiura (the taiitl t,l Iowa . !.--. I v .
tic, and Anca; with UraFir--r tr. i . "...
Junction to I'eoria : Vi!t ! Juii'-n ' -ttna,
Washintlnn, Kairu-M. k-l ; i. . ".
C'entreTille, rnntfton. 'I r-iil;a. t-ai. iini '.
ron, Iaenworth, Atc-hi.-uin ur.d mhi- .. ;
WasbumtOD to Sl8'urnry. fcalM. '"' ' "
ille; ReokuK to KarminKton. H.-n ir-nr; t -i-tonsport,
Indepenrtcm. Eldon, c n i i -.-..- .
Tille.Oskaloosa, I'rllH, Mnnrno. an.l ! M.-.r.- .,
Newton to Monroe; Iip Mnmii to ln.!:i m -i.i
Wlnteraet: Atluntic to Ion and Aii.i:r,- n.
Avoca to Harlan. Thia is piwitiTe!-
Railroad, whieii owm. and cpfmn a IV -. r.';
line from Chica into the Stntp of i s.i-.n.v
Throush Express Faasenpcr I rnins. tril.i r-.!l-man
l'alacal'arsatt?liBil.arc run i:irl. rc.y !.
between Chicago and PcoitiA. KjsfAs ir-.
Cocncii. BLfrrs. ucavenh-okth and ATflii
IOK. Turouchcars areaUo run botwen Milwau
kee and Kansas Ut, tiu the "Milnaulvo and
Rock Island hhort Line."
The "Great Rock Island" U ncninnt!f
quipped. It road bed Is simjilj perfect, and iti
track is laid with steel rails.
Wbat will please you most will be tho pleasure
ef enjoylna: your meals, while passing Ter tho
beautiful prairies of Illinois and lows, in one of
our raacrmflcont Dining t ars that accompany all
Through Express Trams. You tret an enure
meal, as good aa is served in any first-ciast hotel,
Appreciation the fact that a majority of tho
people prefer separate apartment lor uinereni
purposes (and the immense passttneer busineat
of this line warranting It), wa are pleased to in
. Bounce that thla Company runs Puilm.m l'ilnrc
kUuxnnm Cart for sleeping purposes, and I'aLite
i y,S t V ' - '. : . ;.-x-rv. r--.$ i'jjPa2'7'
SfSPlSfe i-r.tlA. inQjltSfSfer. i
PtLLHAX PALACE CAR sn rmn hrnrh to PEORIA, IKR MOINM,
COrNCII. BLCFrt, KANSAS) CITT, Al t JIIH. and I.KAVSWUKTn.
- Tlekata Tla tkla I.I nr. known ava tke iirt-t If oca. ialaa4 JCauUc," ur al J
ii Xlelie Atesti 1 the United Atatea and Canat1ai.
Top Inforamtloa nm obutlatablo att Your borno tlrket nfflec, atadreaa.
ia i iter Grainer.
ALL KINDS OF
fainting, draining lasing,
Alt-o, Decorations of all kinds.
Painted in Good Style'.
FItESCOIXQ A SPECIALTY,
A. R. Taylor,
J. Vallery, 8b.,
E. llKKUNEK. 44tf
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new Jiands entirely.
The New Firm of
II0L3IES & DIX0X,
open the old
ST HEIGHT BARN
i.n the Corner of Cth and Tear Streets with a
New Livery Outfit.
Unoi) HORSES AND CARRIAGES at all
- times '
HOUSES t OH SALE,
houses BouaiiT and sold,
HOUSES KEPT BY TUE DAI' OH ITEEK
Call and see HOLMES & DIXON.
MONARCH BILLIARD II ALL 1
In the basement of Merges' Stork-,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
One door cast of the P. O.
Rooms Newly Fitted up With
XKW 5IOXAIII H TAIILFJS.
Cigars & Temperance Drinks
On hand at the counter.
It is a wide and spacious Hull ; plenty of room
for players tad seats for visitors.
Ed. omvkis. p. r. MunrjiY.
.Manager. Htf Prop.
Or an, r.tV-r 1c
1. TOU fH r.t(. Tl.t'. With Dal
Aflrftiiie so that it .lT ciit Mtrttrr lhaa
&-. I In- tK. lh will alt remain t,f e:tinl n-i anil
hiit.l Sent ftffs on t-e-retjit nf 2.60 to any
jj-irt i.rthi:n:id i-ttti-a. I ; I iu-Ii ieil I'lrular. Ve.
Jnil A(f,t,rftntrtt in evert eountumiid
rJ'!f; iJ Mtura at- mi., Ae- o.
"We liar li't- lrrH. of Mttrs from mti aaiac
our Macba. who ay tutj woulj not tii!; j for iu
rraaenpilon Fra n aav
Lfflmrun .11. .ill a.,., ir .
Ci. witeii anew eruitiu( il.ir.WLl.ka. Muatai-aa
la ariialiy prtnSc(l.
f.a;..,.ttraca ti. Co., S Gliiitoo i'lvac, tir Trk.
17 St. diaries Sre?t, &t. Lolf , V:
A rrprnlar priiu.i:f nf two Mrdirai 1 viJ hu et-a '.OUfmT
cojrorfil in ii-.e psa'. trratrmut cf ail Vu(riil. &mx uaj
Jid Chi omc iJ Bcaoc! th&n c?:r other Fhyitia ia
Leu is. city repvr tho. and I! old r i V- u kiov.
Syphilis. Coi-cri haCt, Wti ictur. Ck-chitls.
Hernia, or .Rupture, aii Urinary Ineaf ua
Cyphilitic or ILei eurml AfTection of tho Throai
Dftin w i u' i. err ir. -: iu w:in UT':ra..lcira
latest ri?titile prijit. ). fc?fciy. Pnvtc.T.
fceriiiatori h' n, xval JL.xbiiity nnd Impo
tency, ii the rcu!t oi" 8-Atiue to youth, muil m.
CNiei in inoturei yr . or other ra.ic, and which produce
itnit-J tSi fo!!nnri:iK rflVrtu: DTvousria, M-mlimJ eajfa-
i(Hi. tHiUtty, Jii.tft f of th:, d: d c tive int:niuijr, njinpliM
s xual powia, ., rriKlarlng
U1..V1-P, y. ! lrDiliMnUr
, or tv li. J I rp. aril iavit4o.
xuarri0(re m j,io r cr vlu
eurrd. C'jnvuitHtion tt oltVr, or
Wlirn it i iiiroi-ntjt ti vuit tin city lor trrmitiiefii,
mviKiur ran Nt irnt by utaii or -xprt everywhere. Cur
abieraiea guaranteed, bee douU txikt-. 41s fruukiy atatrd
tViARRBAGE I pIFs.
iKtnt cloth tv4p'!t 'nctiufe. fcfcJcd lor 6O0.
ponape or currency, s.iiy waoarrui pen f .L
trua to Jifc; art:ie on tu- f-i !oir:nir iuL-U: KLo i
UMTjr, uo nL tiv. Jui.;"Hrf. )v..btaniiid, fi j
H4i.riu. iic i i:vhcivv kr i, rva i.iXi tv I) , au
nuirr- iiioc u-arri-'i or c j t k ,
rtad it, tii en kept tit.Ur luck a J
c aa aiMva, uJt po t t-wrr, ?& ofrt-a
ct fcy ikafl.
ii l ia if i. 1 1 .1, w -.-i -.v. rtJ Vj
or til .EMu-tfv p. f kuiui Vt,-..r lt..
arurel llJ li..' tnri.et.,.. A4r.
' V. JACOUfi. '' Ciiercaiat St., f.
I jSE JAfilESi
Tfc. Xit4 irxltra OuIa.
H... J. A. Orm, rh.o.
iru. a. irtrtliior ae.ani mtuitr.t. J af tar Ud aar
ti.a ,r 15 yr. ra in JO atatra ac4 Tr-ltyrtM. kic -.
orb.ial. . Mi. law. IU.I IH.a t ta rar. Ma.a
m ia thr. nmu. ao .m. l. r.r .u't : ai.aa fer m
rp.. I.IWal lw, ta Jiaak. TMttM Jk CI
a-Biuiir, 1'lae Ntrnt, T. lt I. at.
HOT FA II. to aa4
tor ur f rr L,iataa
IgsO. rii u- tu;
with or ) !
fr.uil iil B '" -'' o
tttirj i -."r TV.
n , We 7I
- I j'''"''l'-'-a
. ' in a -. , , -a
3t iiT'. :--. V t A ; v t..
44? il.lia.ll A lr.,t.inra 1,1,
, PACIFIC R. R.
? i ur, FART A THE WEST!
r r t ni4.rr ritrr
- i.ur r. I t - r.r l i
"'i'!i n enjoy your lJTaua"
'. v f -:.it.
:-, fnan tke litsstsslpql
. r. r 11 Inm erunsed by tea
mi-:. - r... :w ..nlrd at i'otinril Bluffs.
, ir,,--i and AtoblaoD, con-
v - in I'ninn Iionots.
N l-). i'.. It. CONNr.('TION3 OK
r HULvlull LI.NB AUK AS
r. -i:u all dirergiDC linei for the
... .'. rt:ib the L. 6. & M.S., and K,
,t i. SM.t '. v, t:i in. rent. n. R.
At i-i i -tii A v.;.:i I". !'. 1 .1 i P.D.E.
V : I i y , i : and I . 1'. VV . Kds.
At '." k I'I.vmi. vuh "Mllwoukee A Rnefc
la ' v : i it I. !!." nd Rock Isl'd A Ieo. Krta.
At liw r.M'i'iif. wiiu two Oarenport llvuloa
C. M V -t. IV H. H.
At tvt-ii I.'. r.rnTY. with tlieB., C.R.& N.K.R.
At '.tMW r- l.l.. with entral Iowa R R.
At Sl:tf:. weh 1. M. h F. li. R. R.
A i cr M ii. Iti.rris. with In Ion l'aciflo R. H.
,Mlr.iMH. Mill I). A Mi. K. K. U. in Neb.)
AM oi l Mnt s J i xi Tio.N.witU H..C U. N. R R.
At m i t MWA, with Oniral Iowa U. K. ; Wfc,
hi. i.. l-nc ana . . una
At Kn.tl K, with 'l ol.. Pro. Sl Ys
n. A Yar ; Wab.. 8.
A N -W.R. Ku.
Lfii:;s i I'sc. and St. I... heo
At ( i:imv, wiiii it. i-l J rt. at.
At iiramuN. with Atnli., 'l'opeka 4 Santa Tw
Afh. A .!. and ten. Jlr. IJ. P. K. R'it.
At I.UTKNnuitlH, with Can. Pec. and KaaV
Cent K. Hds.
At Kansas Citt, with all lines (or tho XVe9k
Gtn'l Tkt. nid rais'rr Art.,
ICTIETW" C3-00 DS I I
JNO. B0XS k SON,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. (Juthman's old store.
A FULL LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FRESH.
of everj description.
Choice .Hid Fancy Candies
and all kinds of
CIGARS AD TOBACCOS,
of tiie Lest brands.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, dC, dC,
ia endless quantities.
Fresh J trend Daily.
Don't fail to Call.
881y J. I50XS A .SON, I'rop a.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
TAKE 3STOTICB !
I want all of my accounts settled to daU,
an'l I Khali do na more credit hiisini-ss. AH oftl
accounts must he settled up, ami no new uu.Bf
will he made. I'nlcss sni-li aceount aro settlial
6hrtly they will ho mied.
I wish to do a strictly c:sh hmluess ia futnr
Plat laiiiout k. Neb,
illiav ArtUW a tUHtrMitMin.
II Afs I tU'"Biaaj-f r,.On,iMMlararTaj)UifVa
Ziiaa. Aaar.H wl(a ataaiy, Dr. J. at. fablar. at. Laua, Ma
nain comes (o the (rent with his laia niui.it
at yieee goods, aad utaKits his stand
in! offer of a
FIT OR NO CASH OUT I
on every tuit that h me.'iirei for. Von can't
miss the place as y go rfowu Htrent,
Oppoiita tha t'eyrt Hoiife.
tC f .S.i
3 CZHT. PUKE.
ftxixy vovn rm:o.
The cfronarrtt and prrnl m-i-in. V:!l
triKl'i 1J K,tiuJ,t,,P liij I-Kt 1'. t-T.-iiacd lia. J .i
lii M iiiiuuu-i witiiimt
1 no tt wan-r.itolicm r uJo.
'I be (lialatcrtHiit.
Tii foilowuiar aro a nno nf tT:o ulnitaM
otitauiea by uauig- Levis' fc3 Tcr Cu. ivv.ji-i4
t-!rt. IXKTWrm. 'HEIir ,n fr.TT w: i
a atiiu or r(ui',vnJii- li-i. rn-. y t.-il. t; a
and laiii.r tho (o:it- ::U-ST''!'-J.
r -tlaiiwor (ir.nu rymK 1 in :!.. ta
,.r jrwtih nii.. l.v... t'li.l,. I-..:
a 2 l.mirTi itri a L.i,ik.r lo sret
tlir Lve out.
a.?ronil. It l-.VT a fee
P'jm iiit. y i4 1 1. 1-."- n i:i3
h i aij.t I it, r " it ii i !:!
Tklral. A t.-afiioonf it! rr n: c i lv
Ofo i. in i:r-')i u i, : h .-. u i;'..t-i(-
t.,a-.iUMj.a M.'t o iiji. i-.t. .-ia
threbv "io t)i .:i,w : ,
Wiln olhcrLycK all tT'i-r ! ... .1
at once aud u.-d i.i a , oi t;.a
I'uurlli. . V. 'UV. r -i i i. Tr. a
irom an a nt .t : s.
Fifth. Tha h"t -!i ' i-.-; f .
to twmity luiuut' -i Willi tlii-i I i o
tixtb. K' failure v. i-wu- n 1 i
wiUi Una I -ye Wiutn tjj aii;:.:-- t... .
ara f oi I. , jri
Hrrrnth. Or. C2tl cf t:
aqual ut twenty i-ouV. t ! :
Ora mic' lv '
n.irt-a r.f ifTtri.. 1. . .
Ball pntwli.cr K.'.
latla. 'Xhla 1. ye I. i
a? oUir I.ye cr I'ov.,
Teatla. Cna to two t- u; : -
teib of Uia hardowt wet r.
,E1ereath. Or Wa-K'-l -..
aaaaaa Klnka, IrtilriM, t r ( '
-IOTaluaila ti r t.li.;i - I
Xljo Ux arUcla lor -u . "...
:ire bv H. i. DOVEY SON. GUT 1
& WEI R ISACll. 1'. b. ttl.i uu Y ,
BAKKK & CO, antl deulTi lu eeueral.
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