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rLATTSMOUTII, DEC. 1, 1880.
Onr Club List.
Here we are with eur Clnb List again. And
every paid up subscriber to the Hkralr we
Till give in addition at a Christmas present, a
up; of the IIkkalb Aldlne Almanac, mhicr. Is
lllastrMM with engraving from the finest art
establishment in tue eo.mtry. So hurry in with
your nbsertlena la tlm. to gt the Almanac :
TH ' PBICK.
Itr.ftALD and later-Ocean, (weekly)..., $2 T5
St. Leuia Globe-Democrat. . 2 75
Burlington Hawk eye i...2T3
,.- " Louisville Courier-Journal. .. 3 05
" Leslie's Ills. Newspaper .; .. 4 15
" X. T. Times (semi-weekly). . 4 15
" " Sun. (weekly) "2 C5
loledo Blade 3 00
" Cincinnati Commercial (and
prera) 2 C5
" . SL'lentlflc'Aiiierican... 4 20
" ' Nebraska Fanner 2 75
" " Omaha Republican (A prem). 3 13
" Omaha Bee (and rein) 3 C5
' State Journal (witli map prui) 3 '.o
" " American Agiieulluiist .1 2 G5
" " Fiuirle Fanner 3 30
" , " Nat. Livestock Journal 3 tut
-- Western Rural 3 311
" -:v Harper' Bazar 4 K5
Weekly 4 5
r " Monthly 4 5
" " Youiii: People 2 81
" Scrlbner's Monthly 4 "
" " St. Nicholas t 10
" . Eclectic Magazine 0 75
- Dpmorest's Monthly Mai-
ziue, (without premiuni)... ts l'j
' Godey's Lady's Book '.. 3 is
I'hreuoloical Journal 3 15
" " Literary A Educat'ual Notes. 2 ta
" ' Good Company 4 00
caleagt Tfihnne 2 70
The public schools hi Jersey city
were closed hint Friday 011 account tf
Col. Woodkokd, the gentleman
wlio lectured here this wet f 11 Tetn
Ierance, seems to be a very line man,
is a most eloquent lecturer, and has
certainly done good in this community.
In ur prospectus of the Omaha Ke
publican, on fourth page, we stale that
the Weekly Republican and premium
will no sent for a year for 1.00. It
Should read 31.50. Subscribers plea
tai notice. -'"
J. D. Jt'ASS fter a lengthened
and sevei.TAa.riul was at last acquitted
6Mhe charge of stealing Government
goods, and is now a free man. The
Cheyenne papers all seem to think
the acquittal just and the urigittnl
prosecution something in tke line of
Til: Sheridan l'ost makes quite a
talk for Mr. Schick, of that County
for Speaker. Now Rush, don't yu
know Rob. Windham's going to get
that persimmon and you Xemaha fel
lows have got to wait a little for once.
Why we wouldn't give schucks for
The wisest, fojlisltest, an I most cu
rious advice is being "howered on the
head of the incoming Lfialaturo,
about now. from all quarters. They
are wanted to make us rich, learned,
healthy,-moral and temperate in all
respects, tit 11 times all at once, by
just passing the requisite laws.
The boys went through Ex-M.;r-s'.ial
Daily, Saturday evening. Gave
hi 111 a silver outfit, and caned him and
praised the old man a caod f11'
what he had done, and left undone,
which is quite as important. Well.
Daily is good looking and deserves ii j
all. lie has been a Vo. 1 M-irshal and
now takes his place as a S:at l.egisla
tor where we are sure he will make
his mark and be a credit to his County
and the state.
We just learn by letter from the
Omaha Ree Printing Company that no
subscriber to the Weekly z is enti
tled to the premium unless on pay
ment of the full S3.00. Those sub
scribers therefore who have paid us
for the R -e in club with the Herald,
will, if they desire the premium be
oeyged to remit fifty cents more. The
m'stake in announcing differently on
our part was caused by their not
sending in their club rates until aftr
our club list was made up and we
were obliged to take their last year's
Jl. "Herder Hot" sends us a letter
which he waets published, and in
which he gives us soma good advice.
We cannet publish the letter be
cause the "Herder boy" did not uive us
his tre name, and his advice, theugh
very good if needed, is all thrown
away, because it is predicated on a
raiseenceptien or blunder f some sort,
for he never saw such a statement in
the Herald as he claims. Our friend
must learn to spell better and give us
his name and then maybe he can do
something "for the interest of our
Wi take no stock in this Ilazen
business. It rs one of the last and
not least of Hayes's blunders. The
.man is evidently promoted to (ill Gen
eral Meyers position solely on politi
cal grounds and from political press
ure. He is not a scientist, knows
nothing of the duties of the weather
service, and if repcrts are true, is net
tfveu a very good soldier, but iathera
carpet Knight at bet. Here if any
where a decent respect for Civil Ser
vice might have been shown, and a
Dromotin from the ranks of those
"'iu uo(iiu i" in"'" "o- , ,
branch of the service valuable. hu!d :
have been made. I
mt Mm mm mm h m !
-- . I
The City of Omaha is talking 'f i
funding her debt in s-om" v ay and his j
ascertained that a; present i. neetls j
some legisbitiott to accomp
s'i this. I
Sveral cities of the State are in tiie
- same fix, our own among the ni;mler.
During the reaction Item the bond
voting, debt-increasing niani i, of some
years ago, the legislature tied things
up so close, that now we can not re
fund even a present indebtedness, at u
lower rate of interest without a
special act to that effect. While we
would not ia any way repeal th least
of our safe-guards from foolish and
"oTtTIces''y extravagance yet upon so
plain a showing that we can stive
money and absolutely free ouiself of
debt much sooner, a relief of some
sort should be cranted and we hope
tne matter will be brought before the
Legislature at ah early day.
We hope to see the entire indebted
ness of Plattsniouth reduced to its
-minimum, that 'is a fixed amount de
cideJ upon, under the Ut, and before
epringr and we can then proceed to its
payment by the lightest and most rea.--BoaaUe
tax then possiMe.
. The inevitable teraptrence petition
has come around and at last struck
the Herald man "and. lie signd it
with a proviso, that it be left to a
constitutional amendment for the peo
ple to decide.
We make this provlse because we
believe that the beat way and because
we want to be particular what we
sign and what we petition the Legis
lature to do. Then we can stand by
it and approve it as part of our act
The preamble to this petition sets
forth among other things the follow
ing statu of facts:
It, (meaning the present law) dis
criminates in favor of cities as against
the (arming portions of the State, by
giving the cities the power, to license
traffic, and retain the license money
in the City Treasury, &c "
"It gives 10 men and 3 commission
ers the power to force the sale of liq
urjnto a precinct, though every other
tesident petition against!'
As to the first statement we do not
think it exact enough and this appar
ent inequality is not so great as it
weuM at first appear; because, while
it is true that 'the money is retained
in the city funds, the city and not the
county has to provide extra jails, ex
tra police, and in fact, pay all the ex
pense of arrtat and conviction, often.
01 all inebriates wlio may come under
the law, and would be in equity ther
t'oie entitled to a large portion of fines
and license money that is if there is
any equity in the business.
The second clause is in a great meas
ure true, and fer that reason we have
heretofore favored a "Local Option"
law, which meets this point of objec
tion, for it is manifestly un-American
to force the open sale of Tquor upon a
community wherein a large majority,
perhaps, are opposed thereto. It isy
doubtful if a case everoeetirrel Jfvifere
three commissioners woul.t", 'grant a li
cense on the petition 7ind bond f the
necessary leg. tH.cn, when every other
resident ..opposed. Vet the law is de
feciite. and should be remedied, but
the sweeping assertion with which the
petition closes that (in terms) it is the
worst law in the business, we cannot
gree to, as the present law with two
amendments could be made as thor
ough, as effective, as any new con
glomeration of ideas that any literary
temperetice gentlemen can devise.
And it would be better to thus
amend it than to try experiments with
new crudities and propositions as is
generally done, during a temperance
excitement, only to be picne-1 to
pieces in detail by shrewd lawyers and
For this and the manifest just tie s if
allowing the people to decide so import
ant a matter for themselves, the U g a
lature n-it being elected on that issitp,
we favor a constitutional provision fm
Lincoln is beginning to warm up
for her winter's spree, while the Leg
islature are in session.
Itisagrea. pity that the new' wing
of lb State House had not been cvm
pleted for use during this Lugisl i ute.
It seems to tir, if any future improv
tnents have been contemplated by our
enterprising Lincoln neighbors. th
wherewith coutd have been much'
easii r secured had the present build
ing been completed.
Mr. Siout has many good reason i
which he offeis for the 11011-f ulilill
ment of his contract. In the first
place, it took three months of adver
tising under the law, before a con
tract could be let. then a month of
details, hoard meetings &., so that
four months were wasted befeie at y
wrk could have been done. The law
did not go into effect until June and
that left little lime in 79 to do any
thing. This f-eason has been an un
usual one. Seme bad luck with stone
in the quarry, seemingly unavoidable,
railroads so crowded with freight they
cetild not deliver material rapidly
enough, workmen scarce and high;
All these things combined have de
layed the contractors se that for this
winter at least, our "members will
have to sit in their old places and
he.fr the old cries and the lobby will
not be allowed to stamp in the gal
leries. Ry the side of the new part
the old shell looks so seabby it makes
one sick to think of it. Hotels are in
creasing in and about the Capitol and
the winter promises to be a lively
After a long contest John Kelly
has at last been deprived of the
office frf Comptroller i New York,
and a Mr. Campbell appointed. The 1
scene tit the transfer of pwer is given
as below :
The cotnptreller's dice in the
county court house w as tlironge.l t lilt ,
morning with politicians win came ;
to ffer their condolences to ex-Co nip- i
troller Kelly. Mr. Kelly arrived at
the office at an early hour, but re
fused to see many ef the persons whe
visited him. Soon after he arrived
Deputy Comptroller Storrs visited
him and conversed with him. After
Storrs left 'the room.
thi heads of
aivi-:il dervirtinent and clerk in the
finance department called to bid him
good-bye. For an hour the line of
visitors filing in and out of Mr. Kel
ly's office was alinoHf eontini!ns. .At
11 o'clock Mr. Allan the newly ap
pointed comptroller, va .-tdmitted tu
t,ip ,.,,, 1(y ttie (jtioi-krener. Me was
,t accompanied l.v anybodv. nd
vrheh he en'ered the cmpt roller's
ortice 'here weri ti"t mote than i."ht '.
or ten persons present in the bnildinjr '
jH,i,lin; Mr. KelW. Mr. storrs. MrJ
j(,):)nies Hr)lj f,,Mr reporters. Mr :
Oanifbeii wished Mr. Kelly good
mornine. ami proituemg nts ceritnca'e
oi appoint ifli-nt, iihiu ins; ine niririii.'rc
of the ntavor and seal of the citv
bar deil it to Mr. Kelty. who toek it.
and. after reading it through careful--ly,
extended Ids hand neros- th frtble .
to Mr. Campbell, and said: "Mr. mp- '
bell, I can only wish you joicr- and .
bapptnees in life, and that in ad'otti- .
itering the affairs of this office. oii
bo iv have success and prosperiv." j
Mr. Campbell said: "Mr. Kellr. Ii
certainly wish vou success and bapri-l
tiess in your life. Are there any'
documents or bonds which it'i" neces-;
nary for yen ta turn over persnn.illv i
to me? I am not fullv familiar witb I
the details of your oftb-e as yet. and i
therefore am compelled to stsk you
"Mr. Kelly, in reiTy, said: "No. sir.
I believe not. I presume you will
wish to see the bonds in the snfes o'
this department, and these Mr. Stewe.
my deputy, will be glad to show you
whenever you wish to see them. If
there is any information or advice
vou wish in the conduct of this de-
partnjent. I wilt be glad to give it to
von. I have taken an ofj.-e at N. 2
Park Row and will be pleased t see
you ny time." ,
Gex. ScnfjFiELD has Lee removed
from West Point, and whit will le
done aboutVhitaker now?
- f ..j , '
Jay Gibson, one of the best friends
of the IIeralv an i the rdde&t man in
town, no "1. O O. F." exempted, called
Tuesday and left the II Kit a LD several
dollars better off.
Congress has about concluded to
let the counting of the electoral vote
settle itself when the day comes.
Each party was stubborn, but as most
of the cases of great danger used as
illustrations by the voteis, were sup
posititious, common sense stepped in
and decided to let the V. P. count the
vle as usual heretofore and make a
Deuth or W. II. II Brainerd.
Deadwood, Dec. 13 Win. II. U.
Riainerd, editorial ri;tr for the Dai
ly Pioneer of this city, ilied last night,
ared abotu forty. The deceased Was
totUH'i ly liehL correspondent of the
New York Herald, for four years citv
ediior of the Council Hi tiffs Nciipateil,
also chief of tl.e riie dep,rtti:eut of
thai city, and latterly editor of the
Sidney (N'eb.) Telegraph.
cix itKTAHY Thompson's ki-.mgxatmx.
Washington, December 13. It is
jfliciallv announced that secretary
j Thompson h;ts tendered his resigna
I t ion, to take -ffi i" as mi-n a suc-
ssor is appointed. This is to enable
hi iti ' aecepi the cli liruiauship of the
American brai ch of the Panama In
ler Ocean ie Canal Company. '
JUSTICE STI'.dM! TO RETIRE.
JllStk'e Sti'Oiltr Mill ocenpv li"; seat
n the supreme l em ii to-ororrow for
the last lime. i. beit. g ins puipose to
retire itnMvtl:.ttely-- He hn accepted
an offer of employment hereafter as
council for tbe Philadelphia & Read
ing RaAVioad company.
TlIK CHARMING LITTLE Ol'ERETTA
"The Land of ,'od" has proved a pop
ular hit tor the Christmas number of
t. Nicholas. It is easily gotten up.
at slight, expense, and pioves a de
lightful entertainment, adapted to
any season of the year.
It is already in active preparation
in many places, and attractive addi
tional music has been writteu for
three or tour of the recitations, which
Sei ibnor v. t o. will send to those de
sirous of bringing out tUe operetta.
This is the way they reason it out
To steal or not to steal, thai is the
question; whether 'lis nobler in a man
te suffer the aches and pains ot
frosted toes and lingers, or taking in
hand this calot te problem, appropriate
some carbonaceous matter, fo steal,
to treeze it is a curst dilema, each
horn of which is fi.mght with serious
danger. Now conscience pricks, and
hearts are heavy laden; now noses
tingle with the frosts of even. There
stands a car mi coal; be still my con
science, while I purloin the means to
wurui my lingers.
tjaileiitineOOiy-Jer Case .
In the matter of contest between
D. C. IJ.dicniine and Henry Snyder in
the Twenty-sixth Senatorial District
the contestant Halieiitiue, served his
notice under the statute, and named
: he officer before whom his estiinouy
would be taken. Snyder, the t"ii
tHNtpe, alsj selected an rdlb-fi ihdthe
parties appealed W ith their .iilnsel,
and the c-intestaut proceeded to have
his witnesses sworn. Theteupcii the
attorneys for Snider moved to dis
miss the priceedi"S before the .Ili
cers appointed to t tkt the depositions
which mo' ion was sustained. The
officers then refused -to pern-it th
witns.js to lie examined, and re
fused t proceed f tn tl.t-r in t lie mat
ter. U iIUmi! me. by his counsel applied
to the Supreme court for :. 1 fi einpLii
rv writ oi mandamus to compel toe
officers to pioced and take the depo
sitions. This applicaiion was granted,
and t:ie peremptory writ of manda
mus was issued commanding tha o Mi
rers to take the depositions.
When the dep sit ions are taken,
thy will be I rai:siw 1 1 ted to trie secre
taivof state, who holds them until
the letfi!:!' tire rmivfiiM, when
are opened by the speaker in the pres
ence fif thn holism and conidertd on
the heal ing of the contest.
To Cuttle Feeders and Cattle iJtiyers.
Tito firm ef Clark Randall of this
County and Lincoln County will hete
after engage in the business of raising
and furnishing line Cattle ami Hogs
to those who w ish to buy, more large
ly than has hitherto buen done.
This firm is com nosed of our old
friend Timothy Clarke and his son
Thomas, in this count, and Mrs. H.
M. Randall, of Lincoln County.
Mr. Clark's farm is well known in
Cass County and Mrs. Randall lias had
a Ranche near North Platte for some
years. They propose lo combine tiie
two and make a regular business of
supplying feeders and stock buer
with cattle from the Uanche or hogs
from the f;r-m. Mr. Thomas Clark
goes to North Platte and the elder Mr.
Clark remains here, and we w ish thu
new linn the utmost success as it Irlls
a place in business wants that we have
long known must cuine and sum one
must enter upon.
Mrs. Randall is the wife of ex-Postmaster
General Alex. Randall, ami is
the lady who so courageously took
hold of her own b.istness some years
ago, w hen other paities had almo.tt de
stroyed it, and built up ey her own
j efforts a large Hanch", made il perma
! mm and increased her herd from a
n, ,u an j jlu.reased her herd
,exv i,llllml tu t hous-tnds.
Report of School at South Hend.
Tiie fall term of three months
closed Dec. 7, 18S0.
Average attendance during the
The scholarship of ti. more
vanced poriion of the school oiiiyis
given. 100 is counted peilect. Tic
follow ii;; pup:.s in. i I- it!! avel.'ge ii,
their studies from SO upwaids:
Laura McF.ul.nid. 1)2: Mh'p
Scieigbt. 01;(b-orgiH McFat -iao i. i
Myrtie Dill. So: Kil.i Fountain. 'J:
Ada Streight, :J; Debit'. Pi.:ii, S2; Fd
ward streight, im; Robert Suits, jiS;
William Stieight, S8; Jessie Foutit.iiu,
87; Shetman Matiisoii, SO; Nicholas
Za.ir, 52; Charles Pinkham,
The following have been ;-;t cut
every day during the last m,.i.i'i:
AtJdiw Lazenby, M-i-ir Sir. iiii. La
f.ettn Foitu. H i. :".ir"-r (It.i'ert. R-l-
' ' 1 ' '-'
i Ml itS.
'V i Mi. Trtmhi-r.
i- f. Meeting:
w a fatiuif-.
Laist liiL .t i'- w a f.uiare. ln
specter U eods did n. t appear and the
attendance of iii.-mbeis was Uiiii. Now
toys, if you're going to iet tins tltop.
why let's meet and fay so, like, men
and Hot dawdirf round (his way, if not
come out and transact the business
necessary to make it successful. The
Regular meeting is next Tvksdat
NIGHT. Please come cut and straight
en up the back business and take ac
tion for the future. We're tired of
lugging the books back and forth for
There was a party at the residence
of Mr. L F. Gygers Slondav night for
Eddie, as tt was his twelfth bin Inlay,
About tifteett votinger young folks
met at ei r y hour and had a tine
time, they ail say",
Lighty-five Dollars Lest.
"You do not tell me that your hus
band is up and about again and en
tirely cured ty so simple a remedy as
Parker's Ginger Tonic?" ."Yes. in
deed, I do" said Mis. Benjamin to her
euquiring neighbor, -"and that too when
we had foolishly paid eighty-five dol
lars in doctors' bills and prescriptions
iind after he had buen given up by his
physicians to die. Now my husband
feels as well as ever and entirely cured
by this excellent Tonic." And many a4
sick man might be well in a week if
they would only try it. 31K4
Our Temperance Column.
EDITED BT TUB WOMAN'S JIHISTIAV TEM
rERANC R I'N'ION.
" For God. an. 1 i.oine. and Native Land."
. - Night LiTe of Young Hen.
One night often destroys a whole
life. The leakage of Hie night keeps
the day forever empty. Nigtit is sin's
harvesting time. .Mure sin and crime
are committed at night lliau till the
days of the week. This is more em
phatically Hue of the city than in the
country. The street lamps, like a til
of soldiers with torch in hand, stretch
away in iong lines on either sidewalk,
the gay colored transparencies are
a'.'l.i.e with attractions; the saloons
and billiard halls are brilliantly illu
minated; music semis forth its en
chantment; the gay company begin to
gathvr at the haunts and houses of
pleasure; the gambling dens are
aflame, with partial splendor; the the
aters are wide -pen; the mills of de
struction are grinding health, honor,
happiness.Tiop', out of thousands of
lives. The city under the gaslight is
not the same as under God's sunlight.
The allurement and perils and pit
falls of niuht are a hundred fold deep
er and daiker and more des: 1 net i ve.
Night life in our city is a dars prob
lem, whose depths and abyss, and
whirlpools make ns start back in hor
ror. All nk'ht loi!' tears are falling
blood is streaming.
Medicines Producing Intemperance.
Many, indeed most of thu medicines
are not thus harmless, most of the
liquid medicines consist largely of
wnisky or other cheap form of alcohol
qualiiied wiih sotnn stuff to give a
medical tas:e. llveu the so-caiied
"lemiiKiance Litltrs." and othcis
chinned to be iion-alcholii;, are open to
mis cnarge. w e once coiled ett tw el ve
varieties of these compounds, all s.ud
lo be practically non-alcoholic, and on
subjecting them to simple distillation,
no one of them failed to yield nine per
cent, of pitta alcohol, and one labeled
"Temperance" gave 2i 1-2 pei cent, of
alcohol. If one takes a dose of medi
cine of this kind, the alcohol ai ts as a
temporary stimulnnt, and if the stuff
contain Gentian, or a similar drug
that has a transient tonic effect, the
patient "feels better" at once, even
though he may not be, and usually is
not, reailv ill. He at once is con
vinced; ''that's the medicine," is his
implicit belie!, and he tmi only con
tinues to take it, but commends it to
friends and neighbors, who go through
a similar exeperietice of "fueling bet
ter," and the medicine lias a "run;"
certificates as to its excellence are giv
en, and ihe stuff has a great sale.
Rut what is the result? Those who
take it once, repeat the doo on every
occasion of real or imaginary change
offeeliags from ill' slightest cail-ii?.
Over work, over ea ing of poorly di
gestible food, loss of sleep, business
troubles, or whatever causes one to
feel "out of sorls,''iinhiees a resort tw
tiie "bitters' or whatever the stuff
may be called. W hat should be, and
w hat would be good heal; h. but for the
dosing is destroyed. In fact, the per
son is. nneiitiscitoisly 110 doubt, actual
ly indulging in a moderate "spree."
Indee.t, a taste for alcholic stimulants
is thus fot -mud which o: ten, in the end
leads to iu.emptira:;cc. American
A I.iltie t an lie shining Far.
A mot her, on the green bills of Ver
mont, was holding, by the tihl hand,
a boy, slXKCii eats old, tllnd with the
love ot the sea. Ami as he stood! at
the garden gate one nioriiinir, she said ;
"Edward, thoy tell me for I never
saw the ocean that the great tempta
tion of seamen's .life is drink. Prom
ise ine, before you quit otir moihei's
hand, thai yell w ill nevel dl ink liquor.
"And," stid he, fer he told the story
himself, "I gave the promise and went
tin. ivi.elil mi.- t. l'4tiMltt:l III.. lwl.
r: . . j. .7 c- -;. ' ... . ,
( 1 iri I en. mm mi i'i inr i.r ii
Good Ilopf, the North and South
Poles. I saw them all in forty y-ars,
and I never saw a giass filled with
sparkling liquor, that 111 v mother's
form at ihe gate did not rise up be
fore my eyes; and today, I am inno
cent of the taste of liquor."
Was not that sweet evidence of the
power of a single word? Vet that is
not half, "for," stii' continued he, "yes
terday there came into my counting
rcotn a man of forty years.
"Do ou know me
'Well.' said he, I was brought in
to your presence wu shipboard; you
were a passenger; thev kicked uie
aside; von took me to your berth, md
kept me there until I had slept off my
intoxication. You then asked me if I
had a mother. I said I had never
heard a word from her lips. You told
me of yours at the garden gate, and
to-day I am master of wne of the finest
ships in New York harbor and I have
come to ask you to come and see me.' "
How far the little candle throws its
beams, the mother's ords on the green
hills ef Vermont! God be thanked
for the mighty power exerted by the
utterance of a single word. Wendf.ll
Grand I'lairie Items.
A singing school is in prngref-s here
under the supervision of Mr. Piimsirv.
Mr. Snyder has sold his farm to
Flse Bros have bought a new coin
shellcr and ate ready to ieceie orders
for shelling the farmers corn.
The people met at the school build
ing last week and elected their ollieers
and cwtnuiittee for a Christmas ttee to
be- held in the school building, on
( htistm.is eve, Dec. 2oth. The pro
gi amine as tar ;.s lep.oteJ is as lol
' low,: .
U, eiiii.g. Chris' mas Carol.
An Tiddress ol weico.nt! by the Pres.
11. . Zit k.
i sneech ! ;ant;i Claus.
lis. i i (.ii 1 iett of presi ats.
! A liier book to be Voted to the .'e&t-
io.ikiiijj joung lady.
; A tiiiistiic.ie cup to the laz.'eat man.
i A nice liook lo the iiosi popular
gebtb Iti.m to be voted by I tul. idles,
j A cake with a gold lii;g iii it lo be
so d iit 10 cents a si ce.
i An eiiitiesl elf sir I wiil be made to
, secure the set vices of Mijs"SeL!ater s
I organist. A good :iuie IS expected.
.V supper wiil be furnished inde
pendent of. the tree by the supper
committee ni the residence of Petei
Coon near tt.e school building.
A Grand Reputation.
Warners Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure has reached a reputation that is
iiwt limited by the confines of section
or country. There are no ir.jarious
substances, nor false or temporary
stimulants in the preparation. It is
purely vegetable, and compounded un
der a formula that has passed severe
tests, ami won endorsements from
S'tm t ; lie itiirifT'st riieuical talent in I
the country. New York World. 3U13
We regret to learn that the wife
of George P. Rubv died at their resi
deuce near Eight Mile Greve on Sun
day morning last. The funeral took
Tire Plattsmo.tU Hook and Lad
der Company's bell tower is going' to
be erected at once, by Johnson Bros.-of
John Wayman is at last putting
up ;i teal nice brick shop in the place
of the frame that has been there so
long. Hurrah for John.
Lincoln and Omaha seem to have
been unlucky in the way of fires late
ly. Right after the big Her lire on
Saturday night Currier's Photograph
Gallery and, DeGroat's Hat store
burned out, loss about 13,000 ; and suc
ceeding the tire at Ilardx's place in
Lincoln a severe tire broke iu Friday
in the block back of ami south Ironi
ttie Commercial which was quite seri
ous, the Commercial itself being
threatened tit one time.
THK MlltittSKA I'KLSS
Call for the Annual Met ting at Lin
coln, January, 12.
111 pursuance of the authority
Vested in the undersigned lo ilesig
nate the time and place for hoiomg
the January session of the Nebraska
Press Association, 1 hereby call the
membeis 01 said Association to meet
at the Commercial Hotel, in Lincoln,
on Wednesday, January, 12tb jiox
io, at. 2 o'clock, p in., for the purpose
of electing olbceis for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such
other business as may come before it.
Incidental to this session, will be the
delivery of an address b W . II.
Michael, of the Sidney Piaindealer,
and the reading of a poem by Hon. E.
M Corkell, of the Hebron Journal,
t he gentlemen respectively designated
by the committee as the oratur and
po t for tiiis occasien.
C. II. Gfre.
I President N ebraska i'i ess A-soeiatton
Dec. 4l!i, 13S3. Regular meeting of
the Fire Department convened, 1st
assistant Thompson took the chair.
After roll call the minutes of the
last meeting were read and approved.
The committee appointed to erect
the bell tower reported that the con
tract had been awarded Johnson Eros,
of Weeping Water, and The tower
would be erected at once.
Owing to his leaving the city the
Secretary tendered his resignation,
which was accepted. Charles l'ettee
Was then elected lofiil vacancy left by
retiring Secretary, a vote of thanks
was tendered the retiring Secretary
for his services.
Some discussions followed as to
dulls, and it was decided to appoint,.
through the daily papets a night for
drills as soon as the bell is placed in
position so it can bt used.
Following the drill to be called it
was on motion ordered that the regu
lar dribs be appointed for the first and
third Tuesdays of each month.
Adjourned to luo-et in regular meet
ing the second Tuesda;, in 1 an 11.11 y.
The Nebraska Reekeepeis met at
the Omaha lio.ml of TraJe rooms,
October, 15ili, for the transaction of
business and to listen to reports In
. the absence of Predent Craig. Mr. J.
J. Mc.L.iiu tilled the chair. Mr.-I'. L.
Yon Dm 11 st.ilcd tiie object of thw
meelinj, and after tiie rl ispos.d of bills
and expense accounts, the. 11-xt meet
ing1 was fixed at Piatlsmouth, subject
to call of t he president. Messrs Odd
well, Corbel t and YotiDorn were ap
pointed a commit tee to arrange topics
lor that meeting. Mr. Caldwell was
also appointed a committee to confer
with the beekeepers of Piatlsmouth
in order t nriatige for meeting. Tie
association then listened to reports
from members 0:1 the condition ami
working results of their bees. Mr.
Cotbett reported his plan f..r putting
bees 111 w tn;er quarters; Mr. VonDorn i
lejiorted 44 colonies, with an average)
of 50 pounds of hmiey to t he colony ;
Mr. Gtatnlich repot tid 24 colonies, j
average 20 pounds honey eat h ; Mr. j
Caldwell repotted 40 eoiov.h-s, with an
average of 25 poin ds honey each ; V. j
G. Pijtnati, the secretary, report wd 14 1
colonies, and about 200 pounds b
till told; he believed location I-.
deal to do Willi his Success.
theqitemiis fertilized in the air or1
not. On motion the assaciatiou ad
journed subject to call of the pres
ident. E. G. Dovey & Son
AT THE OLD STAND.
Still tlio! themselves at home to Cass Coun'v
Farmers ami all their ntil customer.
We It a re this Winter oar us
ual full ami hirjer limn of
faois than, perhaps, eccr h?
fore. As the growth the
coiinfrt has tftmaarfrtl larff r
stocks, anl of a liettrr cfass. v
hart twlmrorttl to unit thai
(It maud. In
Eats, Caps, Glove s I Mitten 3
for Winter trnir, ire hare a
lurtjt- ami rarird assort mt ut at
' of all hi wis. Drms Trimmings
of the. latest stii-s. Ilatt'iits in
indtss ctiri't't. Our lint vf
is errtt (ii mil if larrn: awl ire
think well st 'l.cted..
LAWKS' SIK !:. MEN'S AM) li.lYs B.'VViS
AM) SiHlCS. CHILWtKN'S ANI
to suit all ptople and all firsts.
A ve: y hit! line ( f
U f .A W A 5: F. A I JTO I V' t tt K
wliich Von mu-t see to select frot. ,
Cnt'; f J
oit 'tilii of siaiot.-u-.t yr.ii'es.
T.-,nn of tee iiue-t (pta'Ui
Ppf,s-j efmaTiv brant!-. e-peei..'i!v our (
bl'ib . i brail. I of i l:l-sii i.-eAsTl ii i el F:
failed the -MI llM.'t
Df:i:J iTui'S of ai! finds, frt-.li ami sv
Fresh Crackers a
1 'I --s from a'.I nu-.ri
s ai.o.rtiia, ileitis.
(iKKI.N WTNTIU: AI'i'LMs
bv Ihe ! ill 1 1 or tm-iie .
In alt tt.e-.- bi;:i:elii t e -': !! . -a-(leavor
to .-ll tin tun' it.- c.i. it it .( . ai. l
as is p-tw ji,;,. 1 a r.,. i.isi-.nks-..
We ii.vne aio niioa a:. 1 wiil
show a!l 1 1. j;: call ' iir 1;.. oils. Don't
lw atiidd to ask f.rwhal ji.ii aat.
ami c.-i't . fteit an.) :ir..
3Tt!i3 K. lafcVKV &. SN. I'i itt-nionth. N j
,ISV. .SI;' ll'l'.tiilltn f.
TCAC-7 .K The Ci:.: Ku-TRAOC MARK
t t.ci.ie iv : .
1.1 .1 I t 1 .1 K
- "4 cere for s.-ini-
K.l 49;? Mill Wri.klte.ss,
J t!i poi ency,
ii:;t ;ti( nisrus-
as :. 1 i 1 ii i'f
nf S!f 'i.i:e
BtrC.tE TAXIX. as i.is4 of AFTER TAIISI.
Metiioiy. I liivei-Nal I..issinitle. I'miii 111 liie oat k
Dlmiies ,tf 'isj..n. 1'r. lii -line Old Ape. aK-t
oiiiriv ot her diseisrs tttat ie.nl to In-:n,Itv -r
Consiiniition. uii.I a I'leimnnre (trave.
t '"Full piirin ioars in unr itiimphiet. wt-.irn
we desire to -send free b mail to everv inip.
J1" The Stweitie Medicine is olii by il! drnt -Rits
at .51 per piickHtre. or six !.Me'KH;:es for S,
or ill be sent lice l.v mail on receipt of lie
m mev, bv uddiessi-ii
l ilK l.e.AY MF.IIU'INK CO.,
MflHAMl s' til.oca. DKTItolT. Jficu.
?"Sold in I'lattitcoittli aad evcrj where, by
I mil uruil.
mil. m& m &m&
SIfAKESPFA HE, co.np e eL
handsomelv bound volume, also 1
TENM'SON, Pope. Wads worth.
Rvron, Holmes. Comic poets, Mere
diths' Coleridge. Encyclopedia of Poet
ry, and many others.
A DAY OF h ATE, by K. P. Roe,
considered by many to be the best
production W auv of the anther's pre -
vions efforts. -
CHATEAU D'OH, Mrs. Holmes'
SHADOWED I'.Y THREE, a very
excitiiig detective storv, sensational
from first to hist.
HER JUildHT FUl'V HE, can't be
excelled lYr a book for l.t.t
from .7 ecu Is to ?2..7t, also a very
large selection for boys and gills from
12 to 18 vears old.
Room at the Top, Faim R.dla.ls,
Tramp Abroad, Tl e Progre-ive Ages,
Essays on Biography and Criticism,
Casket of Poetical Getiis. Macanlav's
History of Envfliind.
The above is but a few of our books
we have pMchas;'d for the Holiday
jAXifAUY 31 1:1: rix;:
Xehr;isi:i State ISonnl of Agriculture.
The Annual Meeting "f the N.-ti;t';;i State
c.iniineneii: on TjieMl:ty. .f&iiuiii-y lKth
the I'.iiHUl lire as follows, viz :
X:sfce:3 Avst 5ors :f 0;s Exjirs: Ztz-jr;. l:si :
S.tMl'KI. I'.AltN Aim, T;;tii" It.;"1..
J. T. Clakkson, Schuyler.
M. Di-xiiam, Omaha.
It. Iiamki.s, (Silmore.
J. U. Ills SMOKK, Sutton.
It. W. tl UNAS, liiowiivihe.
F;. N. tiitKNKLi.. F'tiii. Calhiniii.
J. C. McT.uiok, Lincoln.
(tov. A. Nanch. Lincoln.
II. C Stoi.i., Heat rice.
M. Stock l.o. SVa hoe,
C. II. W'Al.KI'.It, Rhinuiintoii.
A. I. Williams, IIastin4.
I). 11. W'llKKl.KIt, l'latlflllo l-.U.
Each member is urged to be in prompt attend. n:ce at 2:30 o'clock in the
afternoon of tiie d ty ab tve ti.iiiied. Rtisiness of Mtpreme importance in re
gard to the State Fair for the coming year, will be taken tinder advisement.
The Fair of 18-j.) havi ng proved a grand succtss. it behooves till who are
interested in the success of Agi icult tue and the eood name of our State, to
lend tt helping hand in preparing for the coming Fair, and iti eudeavoi ing to
secure such legislation as shall secure proper and prompt returns of Tree,
Field and Horticultural statistics that may be desirable lor publication.
The January meet ing will arrange the Premium Lists, and will fix the
price of admission to the ltiiiiiuN (luring the pair.
The president of e.u ',i County society or delegate therefrom, duly author
ized, who shall for the time being be e.v fiJi - members of the State Hoard of
Agriculture, for the purpose of deliberating and consult inc as to t he w ants,
prospects ami conditions of the Agricultural ini rests t hroiiL'bout the Stale,
are requested to be in attendance. MARTIN DUNHAM.
Attest: Pns't Nib. State Jloant of d; nltun.
Da.VIKL II. WilM-l.KK, -Si . :; tavj .
The State Horticultural Society will hold its ;. nt.ua meeting, commenc
ing on Wednesday, the 111; h day of Jai; 11 at y, at 2 p 111 . Reduced rates on the
Railroads have been secured for rettttti of those in ntieiulaiice upon t he State
Horticultural Society and State Hoard of AgricuM ore.
D. H. Win-:; Li n, ,S r tin y.
Newspapers throughout the State, who have f.ii;h in th Agricultural
interests or our State, and can allont
Ihe cause, ft rut hioh.,;, are resp-et fill 1 v ;isk it to di-tnoi:
their work." and publish the same imtnedia eiv. M.
1). II. Whkf.i i n, .s. e'.
Plattsmonth. N'eb.. ). 10th. 1-SS0.
1 we are
YOU WILL FIND ATI
II EST STOCKS iE
1 he Old
Although Lection i- o
S. WHITE'S ONE or THE
i'L. St Vi. jL .V
k Is a 11
-LO- . j
The nicest tireen Winter Apples for sale. Over IbtireLs down Celbr.!
Potatoes by the Cap-load, PEACH BLOWS.I
CASH PAID FOE HIDES FURS, TALLOW. d-C, at
TVS. .!. A- SilbltM AN AND ! 1!K ONLY
.is or more for ins -m
I ill no-t Iimi
injury tnises iolln t. ina be .
II! letl ill his o
after that at ins Now ..r i.rli n.-Vu
l I 1:
Mr. I". 1-. (.eoiLrn, ttor:iev it l.aiv. ! C
Si. Louis oM;ec, u ; iies : 1 1 a', i use. I v nit- r-a
cured. 1 b ive sjinni-ii liiirlnv o! li.ei-its a-cl
Ir. Sii..fiii;iu is tin th see', ei -r ot t lie on 1
''-: it ' :. e-'.i
No man is safe w ho has :i I', 'ptnie, no matti r how i n-ii ii'-.int h. m iv eonsi l.-r it. forev-t-iy
man . iio h:is died fr 0:1 1! i e -II iiiere.l it,::.s.-!f ibat b was l.-ii a tri'lim: nihiii-nt ; and
es eiv man s l: now sir. 1 - (t-.tn i.' . 1 : t . I r c inpii y of t in- s 1 1 mi.-'i a a extent t lett hf- Ii -is no
enjos iiiein s. iitiee rvar.le l il as a nu-ort iiy spee-,,-.'l ;vtein ioa. ii i-nut 1 staiol-siiii : til .-1 i m ;
It is steadil v preui es-ive. even tniio tteat ii. a:e l.e is wm -,v-i-i tikesilj necessary stejis t he
effect null s re!n ed ot ii be-01 c 1 In- tl.iv of si'f -, a.- m I -1 . 1 ,1 - n-s 11 1011 hi m.
I'at ients from alii nail eat ivo-ive 1 1-- it 11 1' a 1 I ie iv i'.f 1 t ,u - 1 m. ty. 1 let hi:; treat
ment ai-y kinti of ie-i ive .-eri-i -i: or I t'e-r : 1 1 1 ,i--:- -e- 11 I .vi-j i-n i-: :e; fei-t'-t- wir It i .Tf. t r.-al
me lit. and w it h saf.-i v from 1 1: d in ; -is if s: 1 1 1 ; ti c- I : 1 10 111 e Ills hi X k"i IN I: '.' I' 1 I. K
fttves tiie most relntttte firoots fteii ti,t in'iisltetl p iet'---ioi.: I ;:entlem.n. cetLr men iiti I
me re nants 01 11 is sneee-.tui in-aet i.v :rt 1 tioini'-ini v 1 In" -t rum ttii-ou
the West liiiti.-s. Th" aflliei.-tl honl. ie.nl if and inform th.-eis, ive-
It is illustrated i'li.iiiiote.r:- .phie likene-": ot extren.-i ban e;i
aild niiillt (1 to tl.o.-e v ).o sei-ti to cents.
21 Hroml way 9 foriu-r Miirrny Mrt U
!! art ofp.-ruuit ,uru1,:if"r :ncit ini;r"r-?
IV :.?: ' .
I fv..ScS - - - -
FTtOliL PHIL. "2-OTJ3STC3-'S
PATENT STEAK PEANUT ROASTER,
ktr ROAST ED FRESH cVY. DAY.,
I Cup awl Saucers, in endless "varie
' ties liom 20 cents to S2.30 for ladies.
gentlemen and ci ildreu.
Va.s-'s, our stock of vases fives you
a variety In sele. t from, including
new styles never introduced before in
Dolh, ineutding all prices of china 1
limb, and some vety tine wax dolls,
cheap. Mso dressed dolls.
I AlKumx, both photogrnrh and auto-'
eratih. some erv Imnlsoiue new!
1 "' - I
i l'-rf urn, ry. we carry the largest)
j MucK l,eV "m''1 1 v .'U "' an,,1 we
1 gii.u autee i ne tjuai 1 . v 10 oe as uoou as i
j Sl"-V '" ,ne "arKei. ami nave purcnas-
t ed some very tine LotUes suttatue lor
Chris mas nresents?
I , ,
I lrtiii, w ii;.iri iimi ft jeoei.ii Mtu iv i.u
j toys w hi t h we have i.ot space to inen
Come early and get your choice be
fore t he best is gone. New s.tj les of
p trior lamps, & &(
RcHdcs the aboe stock enumerated
we have an et'.d'ess variety, almost, of
toys, f si:ev .11 1 ich's, sponges. I rtishes
glasses, and a ihonsand and one things
which oii in is s t see to appreciate.
;:tiio -: 11 11. Rla k Si Co.
11. ml of Aii.-ii!i uie v.
tl h-i held iii Lin.-'ilii.
111. The members of
ISMI, at 1 oVioek i.
HottACK ai.i.kv. i lai Uvi!lo.
V. W. At'.nv. S ih 111.
W. II. It IKSl'iiH , O-eto.
IIUVAI. lili-K, Red Willow.
S IMI KL M. H l;Kh.l:. t'otiiiiit ii-.
John R. CHAIO. ISeatnee.
h V. K. DoiiskV. Fieiliont.
('11 1:1s. IIakt M .n. Oni.iha.
.1. Kiss 1 ; v , Nebraska City.
L. A. Kknt, Mindvn.
i. L. Laws, Orleans. .
Kn. Mcls rvite, Seward.
Tlll-.l'.o.V NVK. l';enoil;i.
W. Ii. White. Tekamali.
to 1 tihiwh .l is i, ijici- ui th.
t I ate "I heir faith hv
DUNHAM. y n.sV. '
ta I IA i I U
not d mi'
in.r go. uls, I y a long sho
A l.L KINDS IN THE TnWN.
StICliM iV ki
va to tlr- pn'ihe for the
e vs i 1 ; , f 1 1 i f I he a 1 1 llo V. I.e..
of t r.-ai in:; Ln
ll -e. Sr. I.0.1 is. M .. in.: il t In- ".It II of Dec c
is in I a sr. i.t th ei: v ne .v-oati.-1
1: 11 i r 1
in 1. iieaie.l in- I),- -heriiian at hi I
laient. and ilrtvie-' been uerin i:i"!:tiv
.-eooiiiieiel it 1
my Irieiiiis." t
known cure fur ku
tine by local external '.re il- !
this country and
ore and aftt 1 nil".
1 1 1
:!od iii .
i at lir. -lii'i- :1:1a.
V i H-ii,
iv 1:1 iV.ir--- !' ' 1 - lle-lv
i ? -'-: ii
- - - -.- .. - - ..'. j
HEWS DIPOI ! !
Hqwirtr of S ft-urn Enyiuts, Loiters,
Sam ami !)ixt MUlr
U K AM) STKAM FITTIK,
'rnualit Iron l'lte. Force and Lift rie.Steam
Gittici j suf. 1 v- V;i! e lovt niers. :ind all
ki.. ' t l.rasi Limine I'lUtns.
1 1'! red tin !ii t lit. live.
FA KM MACHINErt'
Palace Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
t inier brri. k Ct.ruitli's in ,!ov. etry tere.
HCT COLD BATHS
ai.w . vs 1 i:a;.
CLEAN NEW PLACE,
ni'.ii new h ttie time to jret
SUA I 1 1 - S!l.M!'U(il It HAIR -ITT.
oi';ii. il.i.i cli hi tin- t..i.s.ii.it;rt.iyt ut
John Hooiii'Vi -cv Shi)),
( M-.il. ;til.i Fifth Street-.
INiU IMi-.oin Ii. n .elrk.
II. A. WATERMAN & SON
U 111. '.'-.;,!, ;i,l,t i:...ul 1. -.Iters III
M 1,.. street. Col !liT .if I'll' !l.
iLATiMr ni, - - - - NE15
Still Kett-r lutes lor Lumber
' vT "' " T"?
ij-,. X .Ln ar .
I E- I tl T ' I I I K i
1 iol..Mc I IV II, ! 0ie MllK.
Spci'ial e-: !s atlsmtcd t-. ami KioU Milk
fnini x.in.e . -r I'm ai. Bed ifhra wanted. 4!T
JiXAi;cii nn.LiAun hall;
In the b-i-.eite t. ef Merges' Mie,
Pl.A TTsl'i'l 1 .. - - - NEKftASKA.
(in. if. .or e.-tt ei r. O.
E.eoms Kewly Fitted With
XltW IOA:'31 )'ABI(WS.
on hand ni-the enm-lur. !
IT fct a widff :i!ii! maeiMiis II. ill : plenty of room !
i.,. i.um-1, mhiu is toi vism-rs. ;
Et. (U.tvn:. V. P.. Ml 'KI'll V.
M.tii.Li,'er. "liif l'io. j
once more coi.ies lei r;i! ii il It itu entire new
JPSTJL, ''"5 WIt-TTEB
Stock u f th f.rest l ie--- c- n-is ever brought
iin-.i I'iai i-iue.iiii : j
F.VF.fiY c,at":mi-:nt cut is
W A R R A N T E D to F I T
llii Man ? thi-lP 'tiid they art
i n ds there m! t he
Shop oiposii e t lo ('.Hit t Iintisr, Civt him a
call aiid v.-i!nii. f..r j bui eec -tlf
LIVELY SALS AND FEES
Carriages ai7;ays on Ilaiid
H 13 A YX a-. E JA V U N T: 11 ALS.
I u tlit all t I. v ;i .-..iii.ts .el'leil to date,
illl'l 1 sh.ill do n 1:1..! e e e.ili lmili.-s. ..H olil
iii-coiii!' s mi! si I-., s.-i i ;.-;i p. anil no new on
w ill lie in: i -ie. 1 i.li-ss sii'-a it r -co i ; id s ;ir... -et tli it
l"--l l l l liey s-.il! l.e r !.-it.
I w It; ri. a si i i: ; ; et::i,.-s. hi It it uiv
J.'II V sli.WM'N.
.! . . ..ill !l I t ' . I I lit. i.l.
p. : : i : - . -i
nrtd nil kiro-ls of h.Hini. sjock., ff,ntM!tl.v
Rrpairin of n'l Khids !
NBA TL Y DON it ?? SIT WIT NOTIQ5
TCENEIJ OUT IN SHOL'T OKDBIt,
And at i.-fact ioit C n.ii anreed.
r-i'ei)...):,' l':e i 1. :.. I :. posit H.-my
r...e.-k I- :'Pi-1 .1 ! s;r.i e. e.: i.ew , .'.! ai'l Ml tret.
Pi: 1: s.. ok: !i. s. Ii.
2 1 -1 ty .s T K E 1 0 H T o- MIL L E
Stp'c.'ssj-;,, s. n : i. Niv.man,
M II. I f:t i '-I .'IS ft
Ai-.i il. alei s 111
SMdKKl'S' PAN AI.'TICLI-S. SM(lKIN5
t 0 n A V (' 0 .
Special I'.liANliS :ind si, i s ef ( 'Ii ; A I-S", made to
order, and s'tisf.ietinii .''i:ii::i:ieil. Ci;ar
ciii'piii;-' -..'..1 for s:u;itvii;-4 tole.eeo.
M;-.i- sji,-( j,. ,i,Hir v...si of .1. s. Iiiilii 's store
PLATTSMuVTil. Nliii. Itll3
J D. SIMPSON,
EAST or NEW HOTEL.
lie.ibi in ('ail Ii Is. ( ' ti f," f ionet y,
Ojrieis, Celers, cVc, Sit-.
f.'rt.ekt.rs. J .(iiiuh-s. f'r'ii:i JEs -tiH;. d-r,
TliliAi i i f
1 iv.- i:l 1':. :,'::-. V. . r -, It.-tti-r a.ul l'ruihiee,
ne is'i i. r-?j- -.,' d b t
Ff si (,-.' ; . - AUv'n r udy and
tit: it .' f L'tJtHU S.
i:xi'i:i.s t;-'KKT-: in same
3.;m4 J . 1). M M PON.
t'. - t. ,--u.i
1 A'i.'-s .-i .v : c neecjione::s
.At 1. i.i Mi. a.i's .,:! ,;,,ie.
'I'll 1 tve I..-
A , t LL A.I.M. CI .
Staple ahd Rtncy Groceries,
i:V - J ! ";!:.
of ( V 1 ; T il. -: ; ijttlon.'
( hi'-U e .in:! Fa.u-y Camlicv
rtlid :i!l U iiuls of
CIGARS A.SD TOBACCOS,
0.'' il.e Lest Lrtinvls.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, dC, dC.
in end!?s3 fju;nti!tes.
Fresh lU-avA Dully.
Don't fail to Cal'..
-381y J . B02s4 & SOX frers.
... -j-,-- Z -'A
j ailOCBHIEU OF ALL KIXBl
j !.ar;6 stock ef
! BOOTS' and SHOES
I r,OED AT C01J
attd ia fai-t everythliii; ynu caa eailforla -the
CASS PAID FOR HIUKS ANI FITRS.
' All kinds of return jr tiiuduce lukea in
rhiili). lol noodn.
HOUSE MI0KIN, ',
AND 1 -
All kinds of
FARM IMPLEMENT ;
Xeath; ii- Promplp '
Horse, .llulc A. OxSlioeins:
! r "u -,,,M-" tU" 4Vfat',iiv
I lour leet. from a Zebra to a Giraffe
Come and see tt:;.
! jsjaW SPIOP )
' M l-'itlli between M;On :i;'J Vine Street
n--t;uii's- ie ei 1 nei f 1 1.111 t he NKW lll-.RAI
NEW BRIoK YARD.
I am Koiut; t.
JVC A. ICE! B RICK.
this lug Hlid n ant to
I JfAA'E THEM CIEAi:
i ' that in . ).!(' r.iu build
j r.airic iiur.i:s i.xstkai of fiiamh. J
1 shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
die cuiuuii; yenr anil would like thne
. . , .
1 11 icisd uisOr to lSiiild to
-give ine a catl before lookiuji elsewhere
JKURY II ARTM AN.
At tu y plriec uu ahiniiton Avenue ur at M.
S. W hiteV Stoic 011 Main .Street, PlattHinouth,
If HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
is just opened tin entire new utoek nf b?td-
j Wiirr. (iu
roai .-m d mj bb- mm araKV
Nert door west of Chapman A Smith's iJrut
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, HAKES. SEA PES ana
ALL UAUDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS. NAILS, by the Ket
HOPE, DOWDh'i:, SHOT, & HIND
' VTHfiEL-BAEEOWS. V
A I it.l LIup el I I 9 .l .fic .
Spa ial L'atr-s t Viiiihrs awl Cun
ti at tars.
All L'oo.l- sold us lo s they intibly can be
umi live. tv
fainter tt iirainrr. i
ALL KINDS OF
painting, (draining, biasing,
Alio, Deo.i.-ittii.iii of Ml kinda.
FJIESVOINO A SPECIALTY.
A. H. Tavioh, .1. Vai.i.kuv, Kb.,
y.7Tt.oi, E. ltm-nWK, erf
W. D. JONES,
jSiict 1 --or lo Jotii-f Apecw
Again t ik'S t hargf. if the Old
Brick Livery Stable
N hi; It ASK A.
The old Homier Stable. In flat t eriiont Ii. are
now h-airtt by W. . Jones, and he h
on hioid Nf aMt! haiiil-iiiiit aei-oii4iiioihitlDi,
in th s!iju ri
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
I am now piri.ired te keep MfjKHEA
FOR SALE " TRADEI
Traia ad Break Celt3
rn Keannbl Terms.
Al KI MTMBl rt,
That with nlcaty kf reom f t hat every one
ki:r - I bare) is m v iahie, I eim pt-t Parni
ers' iliii-,. umi w icons, lnad f bay, &c, antler
cover. l't i.- they will keep dry.
Til e ivl ri nil the aid patrons fur rlieir liberali
ty. I su. ici! I ii III i 1 ,'ole tn I if f it in e, .;tl isri'd
Ci t I can Ht-cnminodat v I Item bet ter and do
t.eiiei i: tufm t liaH ever It f or .
vr. n. jones.
(f; - . ' ':'. 1 ."1 " .
AM Kb IJETTEE
.We Apptdntiwj Ayxtitfor
The I'nri VHllrtt Xatii IIaaill
At-o sfa,e (Vtl.f. Henry 1-' Mi,l.".ran
a m i 1. 1 : 1 n r 1 ; 1 m 1 ;n ts
I 'rt "m'' S!v,,, "' ,1'"" "-'Utli of Mam bt.
j I'LATTSMof'TII. NTH
I ie..!1 . . .
u.. mi t-x-tJimiQ our
ew lU9on k nnuilin
? i ns s, Liq tto rs
Mam Street, apiio-ite tha Court Hoe4
1 his place is Just ;iened. rcut, i;ool(oe4 oj
..11 kinds. We want te keep a f ool ua aadt
t'lr:ie our custonifin.
REM EJJ EUR THIS.. ly.
FRED. I). LEIiyiTOFF
.Morning Dow Kiiloon !
South-east coin, r Mjii ;md Sisth klijl.
Jvoep tile Lest of
Boer, Wines, Liquors & Cigaru V
CorjtttauUY on iland. f