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For the l3t fvaplf and fancy gro
ceries in Plattsmoutl!.' go to J. V.
Snuwed under this town.
Thompson m a democrat uovv.
. Huberts sells wall paprr. 51 1 f
Good morning. HowV the Hood jo?
We t arried the Bonds, by gosh.
Thtjy say we tiad an election Tues
at R ibartV Drug
"Hold the Frt,"0'Rourke is coin
ing! Cassimere.-, i.ew, at V. II. IJ-iker
!t Cu.'h. St2
Jet IVlrrines at Solomon & Na
Iire.nMtrs SupTior Crackers are
" still to the front. 1:4
We nn't the enemy and we are
liU'u to some extent.
For tiiixud paints go to Roberts'
Drug stoie. 51 1 f
Nw I'.Utern Hats, latest styles at
Solomon & Xathan's. 1
Th.u wasn't an election, boys, it
was just ;t lug head-ache.
Ask for liiemner's Cream Soda
Crackers. They are choice. 114
New Fringes at Mrs. Johnson Sc
Sweeney's. St 3
The Odd Fellows Hall and festi
val the 2Gth Remember.
Cole Rros.. Lightning Rwl men,
are abroad in the County.
Millinery goods constantly coming
in at .olonmn & Nathan's. 1
Elect ion is a lottery. The more
you put down the less you take up.
Square dealing guaranteed at. the
Great fled Store 41 tf
-Bird cages at Mathews. Also
seeds of all kinds; freh. 2t2
Men's Arctics 1.50 at the Gieat
Red Store. 41tf
A new line of black Cashmeres at
W. II. Raker & Co's. 3t2
Fresh bird seeds at Mathews'.
Bird cages, new styles. 2l2
Extra Choice Oranges and Lemons
at the P. O. News Depot.
Bennett & Iewis sell Bremner's
Ci ackers. '1 hey hare a full line. 1 14
Mapl Sugar, Dates, and Figs at
the I. O. News Depot.
Spring Cloakings, just recti ved by
W. II. Baker i Co. 3t2
New Millinery every dny at So-lorn
jn & Nathan's.
Full stock of Boots $2.25 at the
Great Red Store. 41 tf
A new line of prints in the latest
styles at W. II. Baker & Co.'s. 3t2
J. Bons & kion sell Bremner's
Crackers. They have a full line. 114
Special bargains at the Great Red
Store lor 30 days. 41tf
Organs cleaued and repaired by
James Pet tee. tf
Warranted Pur Extracted Honey,
very cheap at W. H. Baker & Co's. 3t2
Twenty yards best print for 1.00
at the Great Red Store. 41tf
Saratoga Birch Beer for family usp.
Mid by the bottle at P. B. Murphy's. 2
Coir.fl and se the ir.d uci-nvnts we
are offering, Great Red S ore. 4ltf
No grocery store is complete
without Brmner's Crackers. It4
See how cln-ap they sell furniture
at tne Great Red Store. 41if
Children's Sailor hats from 25
cents up at Solomon & Nathan's. 1
If you need furniture call on the
Great Red store and get low prices 41; f
Trv our 61b coffee, good as others
sell 5 lbs for a dollar. W. H. Baker
& Co. 3t2
Clothing almost given away at the
Great Red Store, save money by seeing
us first. 41tf
If you want any Plug Tobacco,
don't fail to go to the P. O. News De
pot. Embroideries and siisertions, a
splendid lot, just received at I. V.
Weckbaeh's. . 2tf
The largest assortment of Lad'es
anI Gents Pocket Books at the P. O.
t Gardn Seeds, Lawn Grass and
Grass S-eds of all kinds at Mathews.
Bapti it Sociable at U. W. Wise's
on next Tuesday evening. A coidial
invitation to all.
Fines! line of dress buttons ever
breugh' to '.own, and no mistake, at
J. V. Weckbaeh's.
A Mr. Laughlin wasiobbe I at the
Pacific House Wednesday nigM by his
New goi!s coming in at
Mathews' now, ail the time. Call and
We want just one more Temper
ance (?) Jailor here and we can carry
the city, sure.
An elegant assortment of linens,
toweling, tablecloths, etc., now in stock
at J. V. Weckbaeh's. 52tf
The man Stork who fell off the
bridge not l"iig since is getting better
Slowly, we are glad to chronicle.
A democratic Temper.mce( V) p i
per is talked of. Thompson eii.or,
at least so he said Tuesd ay night.
Don't buy your Bird Cages until
you price the Bird Cages at Phil
Young's, who sells them cheapei than
In justice to vourself and family j
. " . . .. Ti.... af. u
you siiowm save money. i"ncm.c
plic at the Great llnl Stm before
buying elew heie. 41: f
- A full li-je if cloaking, sackings
and ulster tols with cor !s, buttons
Jfce. for trimming at Solomon ?c
Bremner has made an improve
ment in his crackers th: stives them j
a erispne superior i .- ma v m
this country. Try them lt4
Look oat for strange Lighniug
Kod men !lmt this time. Examine
well your e-titm i, if you .unst make
We have heard a great deal about
ii.M,.orHLi vo'tiu- for a republican
candidate. mrui-v they -never j
voU euouh republican tickets to elect, j
Steve Orton, of Elm wood, called In
Mrs. Hunt spent a few days with
her parents last week.
Geo. Ballentine, the B. & M. stock
man returned from atrip east last.
G. M. McNamee of FactoryviMe
called yesterday, and left the. IIekaed
better off for his call.
C. II. King, our old friend from
Eight Mile Grove, called in yesterday,
lie lives l Weeping Water, now.
Miss Florence Richardson, who has
been spending her vacation at home
and in Plattsmouih, returns to Peru
Mrs. B. Spurlock left for Marysville
Mo. )eserday to visit friends and as a
delegate to the Woman's Foreign Mis
Joshua Lynn, an old Cass county
f i iend. who takes ihe Hkkald t nd
pajs in advance, al ways, called yester
day. Come again, Mr. L.
Geo. Dovey returned from Chicago
and New York on Monday. lie re
ports plenty of snow east and Jots of
goods soon to be found at Dovey's.
Mis. Yates, Mrs. John Claik and
daughter, Mrs. Dai rah and daughter,
and Mrs. Rouse, all of Lincoln, made
their Plattsmouth friends a ilying
He met Hon. James Crnwhml, an
old Cuming Countv friend, toing to
Lincoln last week to attend the set
ting of the Supreme Court. He had
to come round this way.
Rev's. Gallagher & Cooley made us
a very pleasant call Monday after
noon. Rev. Mr. Cooley is stationed
in this county and we judge by the re
ports or ins people is doing a good
werk.in which he is aided by his wife
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gregoy of Grand
Island have been blessed with a twelve-
pounder, not a cannon.but a boy. We
had this item set up last week but tt e
devil pied it with some other matter
and it was inadvertently omitted.
Central City Cowrier.
As wiil be seen by notice in another
column, Miss Wiedemann, who made
Plattsmouth her home a year or two
ago and taught music here, but who
has been for the past year in Minne
sota, has returned and wiil again re
sume the teaching of a class in music.
Miss W. has a great many friends here
who will be pleased to see her back.
Corruption in our national affairs
has the same effect on the Govern
ment that a severe Cough or Cold has
upon the human system. Political re
form in the foiiner and Dr. Uull's
Cough Sjrup in the latter case will
remedy the evils. All the Druggists
sell it for 23 cents a bottle.
Mine, and Dr. Strong's Coisels
and ilson s children s corset waists,
most approved nd healthful shapes
at Mis. Johnson & Sweeney's. 3t2
Remember that J. W. Clark Weep
ing Water is selling Lighning Rods
in Cass County. Buv of him, talk to
him see if he isn't a fair man to deal
As a purilier of the blood, Ayers
Sarsapaiiila lias no equal. It won
derfully iuit roves the complexion,
and brings to old and young the bloom
This is the new way of '"popping
the question": "Rachael, the Lord hath
sent me to mm ry ti i f," sij s the suiter.
"1 he Lord's Wiil be done." is the favor
We publish this week two of the
articles read before the Farmer's Con
vention at Weeping Water. The
hist was written by Mrs. Beach and
the other by Mrs. Shelton.
It looks as though Professor
Diummond will be retained as prin
cipal of the Schools at Fremont. The
election of school membeis rather
turned ;'ou that, we judge.
linicu Bekk A temperance
drink at P. B. Murphy's. An elegant
cool fragrant th ink made from birch
baik and other ingredients pure and
simp!e. Call and try it. 2t2
Lacks. Spanish, Languedoc, Bret
on, Yalenciencs, in ties, in collars,
in ruches, in neckerchiefs, in bows,
of every vai iety and novelty at Mis.
Johnson & Sweeny's. 3t3
Phil Young has just received a
full line of Atcordeons, Violins. Har
monicas, C nd other Musical Instru
ments all of which he will s 11 at
prices to suit the times.
Lots tf folks got to see Platts
mouth during the past ten days, from
over the state, Unit had not been here
before in years. The railroads brought
'em round this wav you see.
Ladies when you want, any Sheet
music'order it from Phil Young who
will give you 5) per cent off from list
price; call on him and he will give you
a Catalogue of Sheet Music free.
If the goods ever cease coining so
fast at Soiomon & Nathan's they will
try and get time to give a price list
hi it few of their goods, loennum
erate them all would be impossible. 1
r. Hessr, this week, distributes
a thousand or t wo catalogues, of the
iic.nieii.se isum'ier of plants kept in
stock by him, and from which no
doubt he will soon begin to receive
returns in the form of numerous or
ders. The season has been so back
ward heretofore that there has been
but little demand for plants of any
kind, and the high water and conse
quent blockading of the railroads has
prevented transportation of what lit
tle might have been disposed of ; but
if spring ever makes up its mind to
ai rive the )!a:.ts will ui..ve out of
his greenhouses with a rush. 300.000
cabbage plants he says he has; 123,000
tomato plants; 173, 00 sweet potato
plants; 30,00'J celery plants; don't it
m ike your mouth water to think of
them? And then add to the list his
extensive assortment of greenhouse
and !' I l.n.' plants, and verily Mr.
Hesse!- has something to suit every
lr.dy. 10,0'0 verbenas and same num
ber of p.ttisies, enough to make the
whole country ' lossom, one would
think, and geraniums, fuchsias, helio
tropes, roses, and hosts of others;
black ben ies, gooseberries and rasp
beriie: everything, almost, that any
! em Wi.nt. Anybody ' esiring one
of his catalogues can receive it b' ap
pljii gtoMr. IJesser or at this office
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M
Solomon & Nathan are getting
new and pretty things every day. Call
and see them as often as you can.
One druggist sold seventy-two
bottles of Dr. Marshall's Lung Svrup
in twenty days from the time they
were first put upon the shelves.' It
takes the cake for curing a cough or
cold. Try it.
Agents for cheap Pianos some
times claim that they can furnish the
"Stein way." Do not be deceived by
them as we are the only authorized
agen.s in Nebraska.
43tf Max Meyek & Buo., Omaha-
Prompi relief in sick headache,
dizziness, nausea, constipation, pain in
the side, etc., guaranteed to those us
ing Carter's Little Liver Pills. One
pill a dose. 23 cents. For Sale by
Smith Black & Co.
Ask for Bremner's Cream Soda
Chicago Butter, Williams'. Tea, Milk
and Gem Oyster Crackers." You will
line them superior to all others. H4
My daughter had a severe cough
for one year. Nothing relieved her so
much as Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup."
Signed Mrs. F. Rose.Delevan, O.
gh school is closed until Mon-
day, for want of fuel.
List or Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the Post Of
fice at Plattsmouth. Cass County, Nel;.,
Apkil 7, 1S81.
Baird, A. S. 2
Burnham, C. S.
Devore, W. II.
Edward, W. II.
Holmgren, A. J.
Hays, Miss Lou
Johnson L. C.
Kiser, W. P.
Loth ringer, Jos.
Mitchell, Mrs. W.
Reve, A. B.
Simmons, F. A.
Staneford, A. B.
Turner, Miss L. 2
Wilson, Geo. W.
" Jackson. Geo.
Persons calling for the above will
please say "advertised."
J. W. Marshall, P. M.
Ouick and Sure.
Many miserable people drag them
selves wearily about from day to day
wot knowing what ails them, but with
failing strength and spirits, feeling all
the time that they are steadily sinking
into their graves. If these sufferers
would only use Parker's Ginger Tonic
they would Imd a cure commencing
from the liist dose, and vitality,
strength and cheerfulness niuckly and
surely coining back to them, with
storation to perfect health. See
vertising column. Tribune.
The well known horses "Clyde and
Bony" will stand the ensuing season
on the same terms as last year.
These horses all have been here now
long enough to advertise themselves
It is no use to tell farmers particular
ly of their merits.
They will be found at the farm of
A. M Holmes, ljj miles west of flock
Bluffs the first three days of the week.
at C. M. Holmes stable in Plattsmouth
Thursday, Friday ; nd Saturday of
each week, during the season. Re
ni em tier the tlays and places anil give
us a call, farmers.
313 A. M. & C. M. Holmes.
New "liHiiiery Store.
Miss O'Keefe is opening out a new
stock of millinery and notions at her
new stand one door east of Sage's
Hardware Srore and would be pleased
to have the ladies of Plattsmouth call
and inspect it. She will have an ex
perincejl trimmer from Chicago and
guaraiiteis satisfaction and low
prices. New goods comit g in every
NEW LINE OF FANCY GOODS.
the Following Articles and
31 any More.
White mull hemstitched necker
chiefs; Navy Blt.e Polka dotted neck
erchiefs . Mull and Gauze tinted and
hemstitched ties; Balbr ggan clocked
hose; Silk ('locked hoes embroidered
in colors; Thread woven neckerchiefs;
Krnl roi'lered and stamped handker
chiefs; Black and white laces and
ruehings, at Mrs. S. Swarts. Call and
examine them. otf
MOW 3IRS JOHNSON
KEEP THE LATEST
New Woods Arriving Every Day.
Tuscan and English straw bonnets
will be worn more than chips. Eh-
rieh's Fashion Quarterly.
Mrs. Johnson Ai Sweeny have them;
go and see them.
Lisle thread gloves will be as fash
ionable this year as last. Enrich.
You can find them at Mrs. Johnson
Gold and silver lace and braids
orate many lovely dress bonnets.
bead trimmings will be made
more decorative this season with
tures of steel, silver and other beads.
Go and see the pattern hats and
trimmings of this kind at Mrs. John
son & Sweeny s. Ilt3
Mrs. S. Swarts has received some el
egant Pattern lints from the immense
millinery establishment of I). 1$.
Fiske a Co., Chicago. Call and see
Jno. Dons & Son will sell their en
tire stock of Groceries and Confection
ery also a Hakery connected with the
business. Will sell or lease thepiop
erty in and upon which Ihe business
is conducted. Reason for selling, go
ing into the Hrick Ilusiness. 3t3
"To sum it up, six long years of bed
ridden sickness, costs S200 per year,
toal 6". ,200 all of this expense was
stopped by three- bottles of Hop Hit
ters laken by my wife, She has don
her own housework for a year since
without the loss of a day, and I waiu
everybody to know it, for their benefit.
Take notice the undersigned has
lost a certain note dated .Jan vary 11th
1S81. for the sum of S2G3. made pay
able to Hearer and signed John Fitz
patrick. All persons are cautioned
igainst baying said note as it will
not be paid by the maker.
Weeping Water. Neb., Apr. 4,1881.
A large an i complete assort wnt of
table linens.napkins and table spreads
at F. Ilerr mini's. n
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Solomon & Nathan's (.'rami Opening
Which is to Take Place Soon.
Solomon & Nathan are daily in re
ceipt of large quantities of goods and j
Mr. Nathan writes from New York ;
I . . t . : i - ... e I I
iu.it lie is purcuasing uy lar wieiuig
est stock which has ever been brought
to Plattsmouth. At an early day they
propose to have a gkand opening in
their new and handsome store, further
notice of which will be given. In the
meantime the goods are rolling in
every day ami their customers will
do well to see thein before purchasing
elsewhere. - 1
Card to the Public.
The undersigned .wishes to inform
the public that she has again returned
to Plattsmouth and is ready to give
instruction in Piano, Guitar and Zith
er. Patronage is respectfully solicited.
3t3 Miss Ida M. Wiedemann.
Easter Is Coming
And as it is late this year you will
all need a new bonnet to wear then.
Go and look at the pattern hats which
are daily arriving at Mrs. Johnson Sc
Estimates of cost of protecting
buildincs furnished on receipt
length, length of rafters and number
of gables and chimneys.
j. W. Clark,
latest styles by
Spring Wheat For Sale.
G. W Young of Centre Valley has
400 bushels of "Doty" spring wheat
for sale at 80 cents per bushel.
New Dress Goods.
A large stock just in at
Baker & Co's.
Apprentice girl to learn dress
ing. Call at Mrs. Swarts.
A Woman to do general housework.
To the right kind of a person the high
est wages will be paid. Call at the
Dress Making in Newest and Latest
Mrs. S. Swarts having associated
with herself in the dressmaking de
partment MRS. A. W. DEXTElt
recently from Lincoln is prepared to
do all kinds of dressmaking, and give
satisfaction to everyone.
Mrs. Dexter has beei in this busi
ness for a number of ears most of
the time in huge cities and has had
experience which renders her vapabl
of suiting and pleasing all classes of
customers. Mesdames Dexter and
Swarts would be pleased to have all
desiring work done call and examine
their work and prices. 52tf
If you keep your stomach, liver and
kidneys in perfect working order, you
will prevent and cure hv tar the frreat
er part of the ills that afUict mankind
in tins or any section. there is no
medicine known that will do this as
Qiiickl v or surelv as Parker's (iincer
Tonic, w hich will secure a perfectly
nrtural action of these important or-
rrans without intei feriii; in the least
with Your dailv duties. See adv. 52t4
F. Ueaumeister now
ALDERNEY BULL, "WELLINGTON,
No. 1907, dropped January 4th, 1878,
Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 75S; randsire,
Kentucky 628. From imported Tran
sit, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., which
it will be remembered Chaplain
Wriiiht brought here last year. This
bull is a thorough-bred Alderney, or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this summe; at Mr. Beaunieister's
place north of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the use
of such an animal sluuld call and see
J. F. IjKAUMEISTKR. .
Stock from a distance, pastured free
of charge after the first of May. 52tf
House and lot opposite Prof. V. W.
Wise's residence, known as the Iloxby
property. Enquire of E. G. Dovey &
Plattsmouth Mar. 11. '61. 53-2 m
xNevf Spring Dresses.
Will be needed very soon, and Mrs.
Swarts and Mrs. Dexter are ready to
get you up the nobbiest suit of the
One pair of mules with harness. Ap
ply to James Pettee.
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on long time.
ppiy to J. W. Jennings,
Dr. C. C. Gillkland, Gallatin, Mo..
writes: "I never used or sold a reme
dy for the Blood and Diver that gave
as good satisfaction as "Ext. Sarsa
parilla. Dandelion and Iodide of
Potassium, Manufactured bv the
Drown Medicine Company., Leaven
Dr. J. K. Way, Hillsdale, Iowa,
writes: "I h ve used Kxt. Sarsapa
rilla, Dandelion and Iodide of
Potassium in my practice, and con
sider it the best iemedy ever made for
the Blood and Diver, and for Scrofu
lous and Skin diseases."
Dr.Siiackel. Columbus, Ks , writes:
"Your Ext. of Sarsaparilla and
Dandelion- is the best medicine of
the kind in use."
M. L. Vinton, Oakland, Kas., says:
"My son. 10 years of age. was cured of
a seorfulous rising in the head, which
has troubled him from infancy, by
using six bottles of Sausaparilla
For sale by J. II. Buttery, Smith,
Black t Co.. J. M. Roberts, and O. F
Johnson, Plattsmouth, and John Paint
er, East Plattsmouth.
Brown's Pepsin Tonic Cures Indi
gestion, and Sick-headaches by furnish
ing the Stomach with the natural
principles of digestion. For sale by
Arousing its UeuJers.
Am alarm of fire at midnight is a
startling thing, but not half so start
ling to many who hour it as would be
the sudden knowledge t,f their own
dangerous physical condition. Thous
ands of thousands are hurrying to
their graves because they are careless
ly indifferent to the insidious inroais
of disease and tlie means of cure. It
is the mission of II. II. Warner & Co.,
with their Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, to arouse men to a sense of their
danger iul cure thera. Memphis Ap
A'otice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May. Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations w ill be given.
At Elmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
ruary. E. II. Woolky,
Of all kinds done by Mrs. A. Knee;
leave orders for the same at Mrs S.
Swarts millinery Store. 43tf
Money te Loan.
Money to lean on Eeal Estate, at 9
per cent interest, tf D. II. Wheeler.
To the Citizen's of the County and State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing to build a fire-proof house, before
the comet, conies down, call on J. T. A.
Hoover, Louisville, Nebraska. 14tf
Rheumatic Cure, an inteinal medi
cine warranted a safe, certain and
speedy cur. for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Lame Hacks, Fains in the side,
Stomach, Kidneys, &c, &c. Smith,
Black & Co. have sold over one hun
dred bottles in the last two months.
Oh, What A Coitgrli!
Will you heed the warning. The
signal perhaps of the sure approach of
that more terrible disease Consump
tion. Ask yourselves if you can
afford for the sake of saving 50 cents
to run the risk and do nothing for it.
We know now from experience that
Shiloh's Cure will Cure your Cough.
It never fails. This explains why
more than a Million Bottles were sold
the past year. It relieves Croup and
Whooping Cough, at once. Mothers
do not be without it. For Lame
Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh's Par
ous Plaster. Sold by Smith, Black
& Co. Geowtf
Dyspepsia aud Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth the small price of 75
cents to free yourself of every symp
tom of these distressing complaints.
If vou think so call at our store and
get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer, every
bottle has a printed guaianteeon it;
use accordingly, and if it does you no
good it will cost you nothing. Sold
by Smith Black & Co. Geowtt
We have a speedy and positive Cure
for Catarrh. Diphtheria, Canker mouth
and Head Ache, in SHILOH'S
CATAHBII REMEDY. A nasal in
jector free with each bottle. Use it if
you desire health aud swet't breath.
Price 50 cents. Sold by Smith, Black
& Co. Ceowtf
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. 7tt
The Agency for The Genuine Singer
Sewing Machine will hereafter be at
Mr. Fred Herrman's Dry Goods S'.ore
next to Post Ottiice. Needles, Oils,
everything pertaining to the Singer on
hands. F. C. Howex,
52t7 Ag't. for Cass Co.
Proposals For Military Sup
plies. IlKAtHiUAKTEKS DF.P'T OK THE Pk.VTTB,
CI1IKK (JUAUTKlOIASIKlt'S OFFICK.
Fort Omaha, Neb.. March 11, lssl. y
Sealed 1'koposals, In triplicate, eubject to
tlie usual conditions, will be reeeived at t ti i c
ottice until 12 o'clock M. on Tucstiay. April 1;.
lsl. or at the name hour (allowing tor the uitt
ereiice in tune) at the otlices of the Ouarter-
niasters at the following namHi stations, at
winch places ar.d time they will bo open iu the
presence of bidders, for the f uniisliiug and de
livery of .Military Supplies dunii the year
coniiut'iu-iiiK July 1st. l-81 and ending June
Soth, ihtli, as follows : Wood Hay and Char
coal, or such ot said f uppiies as may be re
quired at Omaha Uepot, Fort Omaha, Fort
Niobrara, Fort Sidney, Cheyenne lepot. Fort
ttussei. tort sanuers, tori Steele, fort nan,
Fort Douglas, Fort Cameron, Fort Kobineoii,
Fort Uridtter. Fort Laramie. Fort Fetterman.
Fort McKiuney and Fort Washakie.
I'roi'osals. will also be received at this ofilco
to the day and hour above named, for the de
livery on the cars at the point nearest 10 the
mines on the Hue of the I'm on Pariile Uuiiro.i-i
of eight thousand tons of Coal, of i.'-'io pound
to a tun. Aiua tor me delivery at use oinaha
Depot, or at stations on the I'nion I'aciilc
Kail road, east from Kearney Junction, of two
million pounds corn, aud one million pounds
oatn. Uids for gram should state the rate per
loo pound not per bushel.
1 rooosais lor either class ot the .store men
tioned, or for quantities less thau the whole re
quired, will be received. Each proposal should
ie in triplicate, wpnnue lor icft onu ie ot citvrt
station, aud m rn-t be accompanied bv a bond iu
the sum of one thousand dollars (sl.ixio). exe
cuted strictly in accordance with the primed
instructions, and upon the man form fur
nisdied under this advertismeut, KiiaranteeiiiK
that the party making the proposal shall not
withdraw the same within sixty days from the
date announced for opening them : and that
it aid proposal is accented and a contract for
the supplies bid for awarded tin-leumier, he
will, wiiliiu ten davs after iicinu' uotiuVd of the
award, (provided mu-1 liotiqcaijon i,e made
witU.n the bixty days above mentioned) accept
the same and furnish ood ami sufficient sur
eties, at once, for the faiihtwl performance of
J he 'lovei ument reserve the riht to reject
any or all pioio :'.is.
a preteieiice win ue given to articles or do
mauK proposals an i pnnicu circulars, statinir
the kind and csiimated quantities of V.'ood.
Uav, aud Charcoal required at each station.
ana giving lull nist ructions as to tlie maimer
ot bi'.ldit:;, conditions to be observed by bid
ders and terms of contract, &c, will be fur
nished ju application to this oflice or to tho
(jiiarteruuw'tci's at tlie various stations named.
f.nvciopes coiitannni; iironosiuis should be
"l'ropnsals for at
and addressed to the undersigned or to the
respective l'ost and Depot (juai K'rmasteiH.
ji. i. i.Lin;sii).,
5214 Chief Quartermaster.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Chattel Mortgage, datext on the 2d day of Au
gust. 1S80. aud duly liled and recorded in tho
oluce ol the County I lerk, of Cass County, Ne
braska, on tlie liuh day of August, ism), at a
o'clock and 15 minutes, a. hi., and executed bv
John W. Z.irule to John Lewis, to secure the
ayment of the sum of two hundred and twen
ty-five dollars. and upon which ttie.e is
low due tlie sum ot one hundred aud forty
seven dollars and eight cents 0147.08) on the
15th of March. lssi, default, liaviug been tnaue
iu the payment of said ema. therefore I will
sell tlie projierty therein described, viz, 1 horse
mule 8 years old. brown color, weight about
yoo pounds ; l mare mule. 9 years old. brown
color, weight about sou pound- also the undi
vided i of a crop of corn grown bv John Zircle
on the tstaluook farm, in Tipton precinct. Cass
Countv. Nebraska, at public auction, at the
house of John Lewis, in 1 Ipton precinct, in Cass
county, Nebraska, on the 21st day of April,
1HM, at 1 o'clock p. in., of said day.
John Lkwis. Mortgagee.
Dated March SI, 1SS1. yt2
tty virtue of an order of sale. Issued by W. ('.
S:ue.vlter, clerk of the District Court. wLhju
and for Cass County. Nebraska, and Jo me di
rected, I will on the aoth dav of ApiiJ, A. D.
lsal, at 1 o'clock I. M. of said d iv, at the kotttii
door of tlie Court House in said Comity, sell at
public auetiou the follow ing real estate to-wit ;
the south half (' of the soutUwest quarter
lw ?4J f FCction t hill) -lour sec. 31).
aud also the plaint ills in lei est, if nny they
have, in the north half (L'sj of tlie south
west quarter (sw iH) i sectiou thirty
tour (.11) towutdiip twelve (1l) rauge uine ('Ji,
east tith I. M. containing eighty acres each all
of the abov e land, situated in Cass Co. Neb. 1 he
same being levied upon and taken as the prop
erty of Edwiu Ahgell, Mary E. Angell, George
A. Hogelaud and Melissa L. Patrick, Defend
ant's ; to satisfy a Judgment of said court re
covered by James Wilkinson, , Plaintiff.
114 R. W. IIvers, Sheriff. Cass Co.. Neo.
l'lattsiiKdith, Nth., Feb. 10th, A. V.,
Notice is hereby iuvpii Hiat pursuant to an
order of ;ile made by Hie County I'ourt of C'ns
County. Nebraska. 1 will sell at public vendue
at the residence of the lute Jonathan Kerns.
Houth of i'lattsiiioiitli City in raid countv on
the loth day of April A. I), lsxt, at 10 o'clock
a. m. 011 said day the following personal prop-
one horve. one cow. four calve, thirty-two
i lio;s hikI slioatM, eighteen tand of bees, farm
. l:i utensil aiid various otii r articles.
Terms of sale. Cash on all naie under S1.
and on alo over 10 lime from 90 days to ix
liti'Uth' wnii approved surety.
C. J. Hornino.
In tlie matter of the estate of Jonathan Kerns
Notice is hereby given, to all persons having
claims against the estate of Jonathan Kerns,
deceased, to file the nam on or before the atli
day of October, A. I. Ihsi, in the oflice of the
County Judge, at I'lattsnioutli. Cass Co., Neb.
A. N. Sci.i.iVAN, Co. Judtre.
riattsiiiouth, April 6th. l.vU. 313
Notice Is hereby Riven that the co-pai tuer
fliip heretofore exislim; In th name of I'.arues
& l'arkins. was dissolved on the 25th Uav of
March. A. !.. lsl, by mutual consent The
business will be coutinued by J. F. Parkins,
who will t-ettle all accounts against the tiria
ami collect all book accounts due came.
V. S. HA ItNKS.
J. F. PARKINS.
Weeping Water. Mrcli 2i. 1S8I. L'tJ
In the District Court, of Cas County, Nebras
ka, May term lsi.
Florence Timbrel, Plaintiff, vs. Isaiah Timbrel,
Service by publication.
Isaiah Timbrel, defendant, wiil take notice
that on tlie2itli tlay of .March. A. I). 1k1. Flor
ence Timbrel, plaint ill, tiled her petition in the
District Court of Cuss County, Nebraska,
aiialnst said defendant, the object and prayer
of which is. that the plaintiff. Florence Tim
brel, has liled her petition against you. the
ciiid defendant, praying that .she may be di
vorced ami be allowed alimony, and have such
other relief as equity may require. You are
required to answer said petition on or before
the 3d dav or May. A. J. lssl.
FI.OUK.N JIC T1MISKKL, Plaintiff,
By II. C. liisowx. Attorney.
March 20. 11. 2t5
H otice of Hearing for Adop
ltefore A. '. Sullivan, County Judge.
In the matter of the application for ihe adop
tion of Zellie Ethel Allison by Cvrus K.
Notice is hereby given that application has
bPen made to me for the adoption by Cyrus K.
White ot Zeilie Kthel Allison a minor chiid
daughter of Alice L. Irw in, and that a hearipg
of said matter will be had before me at one
o'clock p. m. on tlie 15th dav of April A. D.
lssi at the Court house in I'lattsnioutli city,
Cass county. Nebraska, where all parties Inte
rested may attend and they fhall be heard.
A. N. Sci. 1. 1 VAN. County Judge.
riattsmoutl:, March -.Mil, A. D. lssl. IU
Administrator's Sale of Real
Iiy virtue of a license to me issued by his
honors. 15. Found. .1 udge of the Second Judi
cial District of Nebraska, at his chambers in
Lincoln. Lancaster count v. Neb., dated Match
loth. A. D. 181, I wiil otter fur ale at -public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, atone
o'clock p. in. on the -j::d day of April A. D. lssl,
at tlie front door-f the Court Hwue on Main
treet in tneCHy of l'latlsmouth, Cass County.
Nebraska, the following real estate belonging
to the estate of James O -eil, deceased, lo
The south half (s!,) of the eouth eat quarter
(se'Mf thesoutu west quarter (swU) and the
west half (w',)of the no.ihwet quarter (aw1)
and the northwest quarter (nw)4) of the south
west quarter (sw1) of section number twoci)
township number twelve (12) north of range
number thirteen (13) east of the 0th principal
And also commencing at a point ten aud fifty
seven and one-half one -hundred I hs( 10 57fi-t'HJ)
chain west of tue quarter (') section corner
on the nBith eitie of section number nineteen
dU)in township number twelve (12) north of
range iiumb T fourteen (tl) east of theGth F.
M running I hence south parallel with the east
line of Filiii (5th ttreet if continued south
from the City of I'lattsnioutli seven (7) and
Tii'i-loo chains, t!i' nee west parallel with the
uoi lh line ot said sectiou nineteen (19) four (4)
and lT',-100 chains to a point in the east line
oi liillings avenue If continued south from the
north line of said section nineteen (Vj). thence
north seven (7) and 7ii!i-H0 chains, and inter
secting said east line of Hillings' avenue on the
line dividing sect ion eighteen (Is) and nineteen
(I9i, thence east on t he section line four (4) and
17't-l'H) chains to place of beginning, ai d con
taiuiiiiiig three (3) aud 24-pK acres.
And ai-o the southwest quarter tsw') of the
northeast quarter (ueS). ami the southeast
quarter (seU ol the northwest quarter in w
of section number nineteen (iu) iu township
number twelve (12), north of range nuiulxr
fourtcei. il4 east of te titli 1. M., all of the
foiegoitig real estaie situated in Cass County,
1 v Ul also offer for sal on the same terms as
above all the riht title and interest of James
O'Noil. deceased, hi and to the following t 'ii
lots situated in the City of I'lattsnioutli. Cass
County, Nebraska, as shown by the published
ana recorded plat of said city, to-wit :
Lot i.umber nine (0) in block iiumbt r twenty
Ut No. ten (to) in block No. forty-four (4-D.
I.ot No. one (1) iu block No. forty-Jive (4").
Lot No. live (.") in block No. forty-seven (7).
I.ol .M), leu ( in; iu uiocs. .vo. sixty (oio.
Lot No. eleven (U) in block No. sixty ii').
I.ot No. ei.ht (Si iu block No. sixty-two .;).
I.ot No. eleven (11) in Mock No. sixty-six (litis.
Lot No. nine (:i) in block No. ninety-live ti.r.
Lot No. twelve (li) in block No. one hundred
and eleven (ill).
Lot No eilit (8) in block No. one hundred
and sixty-tour (Itil).
Lot No. nine (9 in block No. one hundred
aud fixty-fotir itil).
Lot No. four (4) in block No. one hundred
and sixty-live (105).
Lot No. live (") In block No. seventv-fuur(7l).
Lot No. twelve U'-') in block No. seventy
Lot No. four (4) in Mock No. seventy-five (75).
Lot No. live (ft) in block No. seventy-five (75).
Lot No. five (5) in block No. seventy-six (Tii).
Lot No. one (I) in block No. eighty-two (:).
Lot No. one U)iu block No, one hundred and
sit v -seven (Ifiri.
Lot No. twoc;) ia block No. two hundred and
The foregoing land and lids will be offered
for sale iu such tracts, parcels or quantity as
may be deemed for t'-.e best interest of the es
tate, and the administrator reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. W. JOHNSON'.
Administrator of the estate of James O'Neill,
Estimate of Expenses of Cass
County, Neb., for the
AS MARK BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT JAN
I'AKV MEKTI.N'U, IsSl.
Court expenses aud attoruey's fees in
criminal cases $ -l.oco.OO
Per diem of county coinniissiouers soo,t0
Superintendent of l'ublie Instruction,
salary and expense of oflice 1. 000. 00
Assessing couuty and census returns.. U.rsio.no
Tax list G5U.00
liooks, blanks, advertising, etc l.ooo.oo
Fuel, court house and jail ,'mmi.oo
Jail expenses, including jailors fees. . . 2.0"0.oo
llalance on school land tax refunded.. I,5o0.00
Outstanding warrants and Uoatiug i-
IS. & .M. II. 1 bonds Interest 12.ooo.oo
poor house expenseB, including coun
tv physician s salary l,8CO.oO
Uoads, keeping in rejiairs, and cul
verts for road districts 12.000.03
Clerk's salary and extra work on as
sessments aud census 000.00
D. 1 I TT. County Clerk.
Jacoh Schwab. 1
1 'iai.it iff r
ANSKUIO 15. S.MI1H. .
Sylvia K Smi im and t
Philip Davis, lion-resident defendant, will
take notice that on ilic !. h day of March, lssi,
1 tiled a petition against the above named de
leudaiit in liie Uisiri t Court ol Cas ( ounty.
Nebraska. pr;t iug tor a decree til said court
ordering tile sdcrilf of ( assr'oimty, Nebraska,
to execute to Aliseliuo li. Smilli a slieritl's flced
to the soutliwet-t iu:il-ler (sw'4i of seciioi. thir
ty three i) township eleven (11) range four
teen (14) according to a fei lot i ib-cree sale and
continual ion (as set forth iu said petition) and
to iiuiet title. I am now the owner of said land
by and through the said Auselmn 11. Muilo.
I nless you apjiear and answer said petition as
requited by law judgment ill lie taken against
you by delanit.
Jai nt Sen waii. Plaintiff.
It. i;. Windham, au j for l'l ff. 52ti
In the Diy'fUl L'nai t uj f '.s. i mmtij A?os.Vrt.
Bktty Hall, i'laiiitiff, 1
William s. Hai l. Defendant.)
To William S. li:t; nan ie-ident defendant :
You art. hereby notitied that on the lull dav of
Fcoiuary. lssi, Letty Hall filed a itetitiou
against you in the District Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska, t tie object an I prayer of which
are to tddain a divorce from vou on the ground
that you have wIlifuHy abandoned, the plaintiff
without good cause for the term 'of two years,
last p;ist. For the eariaud education of Letha
Ann Hall aud that she be restored to her Maid
en name (Hetty Sbively). Yt u s.re reqneird
toansv-i sabi petition on or before Munday,
the J5l day of A;uil. lssi.
S2t 4 H KT IV 11 A LL, Plain tiff.
P.y Chapman & Beisos, her Attorneys.
Itd.V I s
TKI for I he Best and Fast-
ictoua! Hooks aud Bibles, i'rices
reduced si er cent. -National l'ublishing Co.,
St. Lwi. Mo. oit 13
Stop S Set Gold
en Tonquo reed
otihj $65 Atldmrs
Daniel F. heatty, Wushin;
loll. .N. J.
OtD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
A ritw 4 arrant Miicai Y ork.
warrmnt U t he bet tod cbea i-
et, intiiPiMnsiiiHe to tvery
trim, rnt tiled "the Science ot
I-ite " bound in tint Frwnch
maslin. emtMtnd , f u i I Kilt ,
patres.rnntAiriH bnt tl ul ttten
f enjrraTinjra. prescriptions.
JSk illustrated acipl",6 c. : Rnil
fjtf now, Addreu Pabod Alcdi--VV
rMIntitutorIr.W H Pah.
tLHOw THYSELF, kku Nu-4liuiuncht-iw.
MADAME GUIS WOLD'S
liavo bocomo the favor-
itji of tha Kiro: conibin.
li with eleranco of form to
f ...I JL aro hiunif rndorara vj
Exposition. m- t 'x.
nil upward, fv; f p-Jg
'rice asi.ju ana opwtraii t-t r -5"vcix'
LkIy Cnnvansm Wnntetl Vt3'
.wnuliCTn ThMn fvtrAAtjl ara nott!it irffrhftnts.
Exclusive" territory piren. Amenta mukothisa Fermi
nont and Profit ib!o bnninesg. Send for tiffins t' Mm.
t.niswoi.n 4 Co., ! Uroailwiy.N. y .orto oenerai
Western Area's. .T. It. Wj-unnt A Co.. l'rfdor.ia, K.Y.,
Li. I'utmua, i-ij btala btre-t, (Jbiuago, 111.
than any where west of the Mississippi Kiver
Main. betw. Third and Fourth Streets,
Fast of Court House,
ALL KINDS OF
the best and latest improved patterns.
know what I keep, and my Spring aud Summer
stock is now ready.
Give Gorder a call.
Anything needed on a Farm can be fcund here.
In addition, I have ad. led ail kinds of
O .A- Xj
IsfDON'T FOKOKT THE PI, ACE
f.very wound or injury, even bv accident or
any disease, entitles a soldier of the late warto
a pension. All pensions bv the law of January.
Is7il. begin PACK at date of discharge or death
of the soldier. All entitled should apply at
ones; Thous 'iids who are now drawing pen
sion arc entitled to an increase. Soldiers and
widows of the war of Isl2 void Mexican war :ne
eniilieil to pensions. Thousand" are vet enti
tled to bouiiiy. but do not know it Fees in all
easer lo. lav for every description of war
claims collected. Kuiplov an Attorney resid
ing In Washington, who can give personal at
tention to vour business. American and For
eign patents obtained ou short notice Send
two stump for pnsioii and bounty laws. Acl
drcss v. T. Fl r.ii:itAi.t(. I'. S. Claim Agent.
Lock Lox 4Jj. Washington, D. C. .illy
WISCONSIN LANDS I
O.V TS1K l.lF. OF Till;
Wisconsin Central R. R'd.
Kr tun pa: ticiiiars. winciiuni lie sent frt,
Address. ( I1A If !,. 1. (111,111 .
Jind Co:iimissioncr, Aillwaudee, Wis. itl
j7.THAriB E R S ,
Manufacturer of and Deidi r in
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
1 1 e only place in town where l nriey s pat-
put self adjustable horse collarsa'e solo
Successor to Sciilkofx & Xikmax,
ZBinSTIB CIG-AB ,
And dealers in
SMOKEKS' FANCY AKTICLF.S, SMOKING
T 0 I5 A CC0 .
special 15KANDS and sizes of CIOAIJS made to
order, and satisfaction truarantred. Cigar
clippings sold for smoking tobacco.
MaJ- Street, one door wesi of J. S. Duke's store
OiiKwite Piwt OJfire,
Plattsmouth. Neb. Im3
Successor to S.w.k I'.koth tens.
TIN WARE, SHEET IRON, ZINC.
At the old Stand opposite the new Hotel.
Making & Repairing Done.
CCUES THOUSANDS VKAKLV
A POSITIVE CURE
act cc::37S?tx:. F
Is the Eest of Tonics; E
Cures Dyspepsia; k
Ristaret thp Annptitpr F
--- ri ' M
,XS Restores the weak
waft and Debilitated
ir v j ,
A trial of it will prore all O
for Ir. C rook's Wlnfb
nf !'&. r 1 take do othtf. r
For mie tj all Drugzuu. BU
HAiTOX, OHIO. L
AGENTS AND CANVASSLKS
Make from S23 to per week scllina
t'o. ds for E. (i. HIDEOL' T & CO.. 10 U.irelay
Street. New York. 2yl
Send for their Catalogue and terms.
df'a week In youro.vn town
S"J voiitlit tree Auilres, 11
IlALLKXr & Co.;
i . tt
WN IMPLEMENT HOUSE
E. G.Dovey &Son,
AT THE OLD STAND,
Still fin'! themselves at home to Ca-s County
Farmers aud all their old customers.
We have lliis Winter tmr us
ual nil and larger line of
Uoorfs tfuiu, perhaps, ever be
fore. As the yrowth of the
country has demanded laryer
stoeks, and of a bi tter class, trc
hare endeavored to meetthqf
Hats, Caps, Gloves I Mittens
for Winter wear, we hare a
la rye and varied assortment at
of all kinds. Dress Tritnminya
of the latest styles. Buttons in
t)idhs$ varitty. our line of
is exceedingly la rye, ainl we
think, well selected.
ladies' shoes men's and hoys' I'.OOTH
and shoes, children's and
to suit all persons a n-1 all purses"
A vcrv full line of
diLANWAItK AM) HTOXKW.A UK.
which vou must ee to select from.
Sugars of standard grades,
IJIgj ofthe finest qualities, selected by our-
flTppri of many brands, especially our own
lluUiJ brand of KHKSlI ItOALTKII coi rFK-
called the "M EKKJl'K." Try it and see, before
purchasing risen here.
Dried Fruits of all kind'', fresh and sweet.
Fr : ) Ciaers a Speialty.
CANNED HOODS from all quarters. Very line
HKEF.N WINTER AIT'LES
by the barrel or bushel.
Iu all these branches we shall en
deavor to sell an Ime tin any otic, and
as is possiple to do a mound itu'si
nkss. We invite attention ami will
show all t hat call our kooiIs. I lou't
be afraid to ask for w hat you uant,
and callolten and early.
37in3 E. (i. DOVEY & SON. Flat tsmouth Neb.
I)K. 0UIX HAULING,
south in:xi), xeu.
DRUGS, PA INTS, OIL, ETC.,
FLOUR AND GROCERIES
Dr Darling is a!o a l'ractisin l'hysiclan and
can always be found at his Ottice In
Special attention paid to
OUST ERIC A L CASES. :Jli
UNION STORE I
Eight Mile Grove, Neb.
llavin'' opened a New Store at the abov
1 call attention to mv stock, ami ask the
patronage of my friends and the
l'ublie in Kcucrul.
Dry Goods, Groceries
Tinware Wooden wart
and Hcncrul Hoods of all sort.
CilEAl3 J-.TTD GOOD
Call awl see our Stock before aoing
341y Walter Jenkins.
Oooil '1 inner always mi hand. 1'epairin;
done neatly, promptly and cheaply.
Eave-tioiibin and Itoolln also
done to order,
nememl rrthe natr.e and place. Hav Uros
South Jleud, Nebraska. :jlm3
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, ami general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
ol tarui and oilier machinery, as there
ij a trood lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wasron Maker
has taken charKe of the waon sliop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN'.
rew Wasons iinil IIussIcm made to
bop on Sixth street Kuposite S'relyht's Stable
Iv79A WEEK. JI2 a day at home easily made
S '-'Cost I v outfit free. Addres". TntK &. Co..
AivU' ta. Maine.
We recommend Oarter'n Iron Pillx to every
woman who is Weak, Nervous, and Iprourrg d ;
larticular.y those who have Thin, Tnu I.il,
Cold Ilr.mls nd Feet, and vho arr wnhoi.t
trenlli or Ambition. Thepe Tills quiet Hip
Nerves. E'Te Ftrciifth to the Uody, 'mince l;e-f-eslnnir
Sleep. Fnrieti and Irr.prnve the fjiiailty
ot ihe lilood, and Purify and I'.rihten the lom--I'exion
They cure I'aipitatioii fit the Heart,
It -rvounneiis. Trcmhaiis. Nervous lli-miache,
Loneorrlxi'H, Tuins in ti Fa k. nr.d other forms
of Female Wenkness. lb-member thnt Iron ia
one of the con:itueiits f the I'.leod, and is tbe
preat tonic. C'nrler Iron I'iIIh are also valu
nhle for men who are trotihii-d with Nervous
Weakness, N.pht Sweats, 4c. Iu metai boxes,
atdti rrnli, isoidhyall driiggista, or Stntby
CARTER MEDICINE CO.,
Now York City.
Profitable Reading for Everybody
Buin.s men ar.d women, teachers, mechanics J
fanne. ininuters, mothen., and ail who are tireoJ
jut by the cc:istant toil and worry of your work lj
jin i (iruiK imoxicaTing furrr, mil tle
Are jou Nuilerieg Irum ijyprpiia, kneuma-'
tisin. Neuralgia, or wilh Bowel, Kidney, Liver or!
Urinary c.rnplain'v you can I cured by urinz
If you are wasiiug away wuli Consuuipiioa. le-J
inaic wc.iiTic ur any sicuness ; it you nave a pain
ful couli ,r leid -(,ld. yn'i will find ure rrli-f in
It you are eniechled bv disease, old ace or di-'
f ipation, and your system needs invigorating, orj
in )ua nave pimples ana tiiotcnes, ana your Olooa
Liieeds ourifvin. vou r.n alwvi drnd en
Made lroui Ginaer. 6uchu. Mandrake. Stolinoia
ind many other of the I'st medicines known it is
he Best Health aid S.iennth Restorer Cver4
Used, and is far iH:erior to r.itters. Essences ofl
' iincr and other Tonics, as it never intoxicates,
'.indemnifies the b-st cumiiv properties of all.
', It lias SaTed Ilandnnlg of I.Des; It May ;
Puy a coc. bottle of yotir druccist, and to avoid
Counterfeit be sure our signature is on the out
ride wrapfer. Iltscox & Co., Chemists, N. Y.
Parker's Hair Balsam. VZSftKZSO:
the Bent A MoKt Ixonomlcal Ilalr Drektnt
Containing o:dy ingredients that are beneficial
to tlie hair and scalp, the 1alsam will be found
far more satisfactory than any other preparation.
It Sever Falli to Ccatore Gray or Faded Hair
to the original youthful color and is warranted to
remove dandruff, prevent baldness and stop failing
cf the hair. SaJ tf 4rezUt m j ttntt.