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FIiATTSMOUTII. JUNE 23. 1881.
The further west we go this year
within the Agricultural region at all,
the better the crops look.
Events at Albany rather point to
an early adjournment without an elec
tion of Senators, and then the whole
matter goes before the people, the re
sult of which no man can really fore
tell. The great Missouri Improvement
Convention met at Council Bluffs on
Tuesday. Hon. J. 13. Stiode of this
city was one of the committee on cre
dentials. Fuller particulars next
The District from which Robertsoa
is elected to the New York Legisla
ture gave a majority against Garfield
of 1.217 and 1,997 majority for Robert
son. This is said to be wholly due to
the railroad influence in that district
which prefers Robertson, aa their
friend, to even a straight Democrat
who might be an anti-railroad man.
The new town in Nemaha county
on the B. & M. branch cast i3 finally
laid out, and named Calvert, af ler Mr.
Calvert, the engineer of the B. A M.
road.aud the Sheridan Post announces
that the boom has commenced, and
lots are selling rapidly. The editors
of the Post R. O. Fellows and E. L.
Tagartaanonnce that they will begin
a building as soon as material and
workmen can bo procured. The town
is about a mile and a quarter from
A Little of Cass County.
The editor took a ride Monday,
through a portion of the county just
for fun and to see the crops.
Tram litre to Eight Mile Grove we
found the road as dry as a bone and
as dusty as a miller.
Friend Jenkins gave us a good dinner
although it was Monday, and with a
fine cigar, r. new pair of horses, owing
to Jenkins' feeding, and a clear con
science wo set out for Factoryville.
that scrumptious little burg down on
the "Weeping Water.
Like every other town in Nebraska,
worth "schucks" Factory villa is grow
ing and hasn't room for all her houses.
Mr. Miller has built a splendid new
mill there and put in st-iue of the
best machinery in the state.
Messrs. Miller and Banning are
turning out a number one quality of
flour. In fact it looks more like old
limes round Factory ville, and come3
nearer to fill-fuliing its name now.
than we have seen it in years. Lee
Applegat was hard at work in the
blacksmith shop, and Mr. LoughriJge
has built him a really extensive new
blacksmith, machine shop, and wagon-making
establishment, and is doiug
a good business.
Squire Murfin has moved into
the original store building where
Brother Jennings used to do business
in the years gone by, And Fenn and
John Jennings spun yarns in still
The best field of corn we saw was
just as we turned east towards F.
coming from Mt. Pleaeaat. We do
not know the name, but there was a
nice field of coru . The lnunt of the
corn otherwise looks slim.
The corn is about as big is a lead
pencil, and the weeds are as healthy
and nearly as big as a ten-year old
out-door jouiigslrn that has the prai
rie to grow up in.
Corn planted with a lister, in wet
weather don't work in our judgment.
Then tho seed was bad In many
cases, hiving frozen last winter or
fall, and altogether the corn outlook
is rather slim. Wheat and small
grains look well espocially after the
By the way they had fino rains Sat
urday and Sunday, south and west of
us, of which we nev.r got a drop here.
From Factoryville west and north
to Weeping Water, oa the divide, we
pas3 over a grand old country. Fer
mile3 and miles the prairie looms
up in swell after swell, dotted with
farm house?; and fringed with timber,
which form light and shade en a mag
nificent scale t a landscape that will
never lose its freshness, and which
each year adds to its grandeur.
There is something about the great
open prairie, that like the ocean, al
ways gives one an idea of largeness,
and immensity of resources and we
naturally feel that there is elbow
room enough for everybody. We want
to take a big breath all the time.
On the left, as we jog along, lies
Senator Tefft'a place which the En
terprise man says is close to Paradise
but we can't stop to-day, much as .we
should like to get near that place.
Winding down the valley, we see
before us Weeping Water, nestled in
the hills, with its granite back ground
and the beautiful greensward under
neath, in the oblique light of the set
ting sun, it formed a picture of beauty
hard to excel in any land.
And here, right "forniust" us are
the clean white tents and covered wag
ons of a large party of emigrants, or
soldiers no, railroad surveyors. Told
We cross the bridge and halt at
Landlord Thorpe's Hotel. Bi Yeo
mans takes the tired horses, and sup
per follows as soon a3 it can be placed
on the tablo.
AT WEEPINS WATER.
To say that Weeping Water is lively
is but faintly to describe the situation.
With four or five gangs of surveyors
within as many miles of the place, and
gradestakes in the very centre of tbe
busiaess streets. Every fellow wears
a smile and a button-hole boquet, or
would if le wasn't in his shirt leevs.
Many farmers came in while we re
mained there, and all wero rejoiced to
think they would get another outlet
for business soon. There seems to be
no doubt in the minds of any but that
the road will be built at once.
Up to that time no crossing had
been made on the creek.
Ve saw Mr. IiccLor.Mr. S. Boardsley,
Mr. Cox and many old friends Tns-
day; greeted tho new newspaper office
and business men of the town and at
4 p. m. left for Platt3niouth and tho
east, right by the .new depot and
At Eight Mile Grove we tried to
make the ackuaintance of the new
Post Master but he . was not home.
Omaha's New Railroad.
St. Louis, June 21. The recently
organized company for the extension
of tho Missouri Pacific railroad from
Atchison, Kan., to Omaha on the
western side of the Missouri lias
elected Qol. A. A. Talmage, president;
F. B. Drake, secretary and treasurer,
Col. Talmage and Mr. Portiss are re
spectively general manager and gen
eral solicitor of the Missouri Pacific.
Engineers are now making a prelimin
ary survey of the line, and the new
road is to be known as the Missouri
Pacific railway in Kansas.
The situation at Albany is summed
up by a correspondent as follows:
It is known to a few to-night, (June
20.) that the half-breed committee ap
pointed last week have made a propo
sition to the stalwarts to-day looking
to the election of Conkling and De
pew. The offer was communicated to
Mr. Conkling, who said: "lor my part
I can entertain no proposition what
ever, that dees no; contemplate ti e
return of Mr. Piatt. We stand or fall
together." It is understood thai, even
Mr. Piatt out of the way, Conkling
would not consent to go in with
Depew regarding tho Salter as nothing
but the spokesman far the monopo
lies, which are crowding him forward
and to which Mr. Conkling is uncom
promisingly opposed." If a newspa
per man comes anywhere near an
anti-Conkling member, the latter at
once displays a childish eagerness to
get away. The New York papers
never have anything direct frin oue
of these gentlemen, but only report
what they are said to have said.
Three UroTes Items.
Ed. Herald: The dry weather for
the last two tr three weeks has en
abled the farmers to check the weeds,
and to plow over their corn, so that
the corn fields bf-gin to look quite
Early corn is about knee high and
Small grain looks encouraging, al
though it is beginning to head out
very low, not more than a foot
Mr. EHhha Correll and family
started to Iowa last week to spend
the summer months. -
Miss 11. B. Young went to Clarinda,
Iowa, on Thursday last, on a few
weeks' visit, and to see a relative.
Some relatives of J. G. Oldham,
from St. Joe, Mo. have been stopping
in our neighborhood for a few days.
Miss Emma Royal, of Rock Croek,
has been very sick during the past
Mrs. J. B. Holmes had a fine gold
watch stolen cn Sunday night a week
ago. The watch was taken out of a
bureau during the night while the
family were asleep. No olue to the
thief has been obtained yet.
Mr. '.V. W. Wiley has bought a brand
new buggy; we haven't seen it yt t.
but the boys say it's a nice one, ami
Dec puts on lots of style when he goes
A heavy shower of rain fell here
yesterday afternoon and it was needed
too. for all vegetation was almost
suffering for the want of rain.
Sam Slick, Jr., how are your mus
tard and weeds thriving this dry
weather? if you want to see lots of
them just come out to Three Groves
and vicinitv and take a look at seme
of the corn fit-Ms whrre the drills have
been at work, although there are prob
ably not any more here than in other
General news scarce this week.
County Commissioners" Proceed I
(COXTIXt'EB FROM OUTSIDE.)
Full board and clerk met pursuant
The following claims were allowed
on Poor Fund:
James Brantner nurse small
pox patient S 80 00
U. M. Springer, nurse small pox
patient 86 10
James Smalley, b'ding nurses
and patient 123 DO
C. E. Wescott, clothing fer pa
tient and nurses 63 60
II. Inhelder, sundries patient.. 9 50
Jones & Agnew, team patient. 2 00
W. 17. Schildknecht, medical
services small pox patient.... 171 40
G.E. Saylcs bed clothes patient 4 37
Fritz O. Franzen work on small
px hous9 3 50
Fred Herrmann, blankets &c,
smallpox cas3 - 3 00
II. A. Waterman A Son, lumber
small pox house 33 oo
The following claims were
then allowed on General Fund:
Nebraska Herald, sundry
printing . 28 85
Omaha Republican, legal cap
paper &c 55 05
Jno. Orriger, land used 1n
change of road 40 00
Bond of W. II. Schildknecht, with
Geo. W. Fairfield as surety was then
approved for the ciu;e and treatment
of Frank Smith, a pauper taken from
the poor house.
The petition of F. G. Kendall, et al
for a consent road or change in county
road No. 185 as follows: Commencing
at or near a point 7 62-10t chains east
of the north west corner of section 18
T 10 11 14' east of 6th p. m., running
thence easterly and south-easterly
around the bend in creek and regain
the road on section line about CO feet
east of bend, was considered and peti
tion granted and supervisor instruct
ed to pen said road.
In the matter of the application of
J. K. Sousley for a change in the rates
of ferriage of the steam ferry New
Ella at the ferry across the river at
PlattsmoHth it is ordered that the fol
lowing changes may be made:
Double team from 75c to $1 00.
Single team fiom 50c to 75c.
Man and Horse from 25c to 50c.
Single Horse from 15c to 25c.
Cows pr head from 10c to I5c,
Hogs pr head 8c,
Sheep pr head 5c -On
one hundred head 3c pr head.
On petition of Geo. S. Conklin et al
Al VanDoren Is appointed Supervisor
road dist. No. 6.
Order alio wad Paul Johnson on Den
nis Dean & Son. South Bend, for 1C0O
ft of lumber for use of dist. Also on
Day Bros., same place, for 50 lbs
Resignation of II. C. Calkins as sup
ervisor of road dist. No. 18 accepte !,
and said Calkins relieved from further
duuy as such supervisor.
Resignation of B. N. Colvin as Jus
tice of the Peace in Lonisville pre
cinct accepted, and said Colvin is re
lieved from further duty as said Jus
tice of the Peace.
On petition of Wm. Heil et al J.
Tritch is appointed supervisor of road
dist. no. 1 3.
Application of James Rivett for ex
tension of timo on payment of the- fol
lowing school land, s w sec 16 T 10
R 11 was permitted and'upon satisfac
tory proof being had as to tho valua
ble improvements being met applica
tion was granted.
Appointment of .n. It. Faun Dep.
Sheriff and Jailor:
State of Nfbraska .
Cass County j
I hereby appoint Jno. Palin Deputy
Sheriff and Jailor of Cass Co., the ap
pointment to take effect upon his giv
ing bond with approved security and
taking the oath required by law.
R. W. IlYERS,
Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
Official bond of Jno. It. Palin as Dep.
Sheriff and Jailor approved with A.
W. McLaughlin and C. M. Holmes as
It a hereby ordered by the Board
that the treasurer be instructed to pro
ceed by suit or othcrwiso to collect the
delinquent personal property tax of
Dowling and L. II. Gammon for the
year 1374, and of Jno. Dill for years
77 and ,78, and such other delinquent
personal property taxes as he may
think advisable to collect by suit.
Appointment of W. L. Wells as Dep.
Know all men by these presents,
that I, Geo. W. Fairfield, Co. surveyor
of Cass Co., Neb., reposing special con
fMeiice in the integrity and ability of
Win. L. Wells of said county and state
do by the authority vested in me by
law appoint the said Wm.L. Well3 my
true and lawful deputylo whose offic
ii acts full faith and credit is due and
shall be given.
In sestimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand this 7th day of
Geo. W. Fairfield,
State of Nebraska
Cass County j
I, William L. Wells, do solemnly
swear that I will support the constitu
tion of the U.S. and of the state of
Neb., and that I will faithfully and
impartially do and perform the duties
of the office of Dep. Co. Surveyor ac
cording to law and the be3tof pjy abil
ity so help me God.
Wm L. Wells.
Subscribed in my presence and
sworn to before me this 7th day of
J. D. Tutt
In case of claim of Otoe Co. for the
maintenance of one Edwin Weed who
claims to be a resident of Cass co.:
It Is ordered that the claim be and
is hereby disallowed for the following
reasons: Edwin Weed was hired by
one Ilenrv Behras, a farmer of Cas
co. on or about the 14th of Aug. 18S0,
at Neb. City to work on farm of said
Behms. Said Weed worked for said
Behins until the 15th day of Dec. 1880
when he left and returned to Neb.
City. Said Weed had at the time he
left 88.00; ho said he had naver lived
in Cass co. before but had been work
ing 3 or 4 years in Otoe Co.; said he
had no relatives in Cas.i co. and that
his father lived in Ohio.
The following claims were then al
lowed on Gen. Fund:
D. P. Bailey refunding certain
tax erroneously paid on the fol
lowing school land, less 1-10, S E Vf
sec. 28 T 10 R 12 for the years '73' '74
and '75, $02-64 1-10 83 8
Bailiff's fees for May term
Dist. Court, 1881:
Jno. Palin. Bailiff.....". 22 00
M. McElwain "
B. C. Ytornan " ?
P. B. Murphy "
On Bridge Fnnd:
Walter J. White, building and
repairing bridges 309 23
II. A. Waterman & 'Son lumber
city bridge 2S 48
Settlement with the follow
lowing road superv'rs was had:
Jno. R. Vallery sup. road dist.
no. 14, cr. by 10 days oversee
ing hands, &c 15 0
Jno. Philpot sup. roa'd dist no.
34 dr. to cash ree'd from treas
urer during year 50.55
Cr by wood, &c 56.09
Balance due district 2 87
Jaziel Forsythe sup. road dist.
no. 51 cr. by overseeing hands,
Dr. to tax Ac. 3.84
Balance duo Sup'r 21 16
Board then adjovrned to meet at 9
o'clock Tnursday morning.
Full board and clrk met pursuant
The following business was then
Ordered that the damagas on the
following road-s be paid out of the
general fund. .
Road No. 1C0, Jane R. Porter $100 00
Jno. Richey for a road com
mencing at tho south west
corner, of the north west
quarter of tho north west
quarter of sec. 13 township
12 range 13, thence north oue
mile and one quarter and
ending at the corner of sec
tions one, two, eleven and
twelve same town and -range
said damages to be assessed
at 43 03
Road 193 between sections '
eleven and twelve township
ten range twelve Jno. Kaua
bee said damages being as
sessed at 125 00
Andrew Strum, same road
damages being assessed at... 15 00
Order allowed Geo. Walradt super
viser road district number four, on II.
A. Waterman & son for 500 feet of
lumber such as may be necessary for
use of district.
In the matter of the application of
Juo. Ossenkop for license to sell liq
uors at Louisville, remonstrance to
granting of said license being filed, it
is hereby ordered that hearing of said
cause be and the same is hereby set
for hearing on Thursday the 23d day
of June at one o'clock P. M.
Application was made from Board
of Trade and citizens to have commis
sioners make appropriation for repair
ing of the court house, when on mo
tion it was ordered that county com
missioners Richardson and Wiles go
to Lincoln and advise with the Su
preme Judges u to the right of tho
commissioners making repairs or ad
dition to present building.'
Ordered that the order heretofore
made opening section line road in Cen
tre precinct petitioned for by G. M.
Flower et al be and the same is hereby
rescinded for the reason that the same
has been declared an open and public
road by the legislature of the state of
The following claims were then al
lowed on General Fund:
Samuel Richardson, services as
Co. Coin';, 16 00
Isaac Wiles, services as Co.
Com'r, 12 00
Jas. Crawford services na Co.
Cum'r 11 50
Allowed poor fund:
Jos. Wilde, work house
small pox patient 3 50
Board then took a recess to go to
Weeping Water Creek to locale Co.
Tho Cmnjiasiners having returned
from locating bridge tho following
was done to wit:
Ordered that the clerk bo and is
hereby instructed to advertise in the
Nebraska Herald for bids for the
building of a bridge across Weeping
Water Creek on the quarter section
line running north and south through
section thirty-six township ten range
thirteen and described as follows:
Length of main span sixty feet and to
bn of iron combination or wooden
straining beam Dattern with an ap
proach of twenty feet in lenght on
each side of main span. Substructure :
The lower part of the substructure is
composed of two double pile bents to
receive a frame bent which main span
is to rest on, the approach bents will
consist cf single pile bents.
Ordered that the County Surveyor
be ami is hereby itstructed to rtsurvey
the county road beginning at a point
twenty chains west of the north east
coiner of section twenty-four town
twelve range thirteen thence running
south three quarters of a mile estab
lishing the one-eighth section line and
setting posts thirty three feet on the
west side along said line from the
south west corner of the north east
quarter of the north east quarter of
said section south one half mile.
Order allowed Geo. Shryder super
visor road district No. 40 on II. A
Waterman & Son for five-hundred feet
lumber for use of disTic:.
Or.ieivd that V. J. White be and is
h'-reby instructed to repair the double,
bridge on Washington avenue Plaits
On motion of Mr. Richardson Car
roll WalJirr in appointed superviser
road d. strict No. 21.
Board tlinn adjourned to meet the
third Monday iri June as a bnud of
equalization as the law requires.
Attest: S. Richardson, r
J. I). Tutt, Isaac Wiles. rh2T,
Co. Clerk. Jas. Crawford. ) l-C! lIS
"nr empcrauct (Eolnmn.'
eoltkn ht if1i! woman's chk1st1an trm
' I-or (Joil. and Home, and Native Land."
of the Plattsmouth W. C. T. U. begin
ning Saturday evening June 25th, at
eight o'clock in the Presbyterian
Devotional exercises conducted by
Opening Address by tbe President
w. c. r. u.
Reports of local affairs Mrs. R. L.
Historical Sketch of the work at large
Recitation Miss Fuliner.
"The lip3 that touch thino
Shall never touch mine."
Essay, "Ruined Temples" Mrs. Aten.
Select Reading "Poor House Nan."
Sabbath P. M. at quarter past four,
in the M. E. Church consisting of
short addresses with recitations and
Teraperanee 3Ias Meeting
Sabbath Evening at 8 o'clock in the
M. E. Church, conducted by the min
isters of the churches and addressed
by Mrs. L'ooley, a lady of experience
and ability in temperance work.
To Our Readers.
Be it known uato you that this col
umn is not for the txliibiti-u of wit.
talent, or brilliant intellect. It is our
"camp-fire" and by its weekly burn
ings, you may know we have not
"broken ranks". It was built by the
W. C. T. LT. in the name of God and
Home and Native Land, and by an un
quenchable lire of death to the rum
power we shall keep it burning till we
are free; Our "Grand Army" reaching
from eea.to sea from Maine to Missis-
sipi and by this camp-fire we shall
know of its victories as it goes march
ing on. Our Grand Commandries dis
patches from the south are ominous
My Southern trip is a delight. The
peop'.o are like a band of brothers
and sisters. The officer, whose com
pany first fired on Fort Sumpter, gave
nse my earliest introduction to a
Southern audience. At the Capitol of
the Palmetto Siute, I spoke in the
Baptist Church, where the first seses-
sion was held. Our gifted Mrs. Mc-
Leod, whose son lost his ight arm in
the Confederate service is my associ
ate, and Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin, the
friend of Lee, author of the "Fits
Hugh St. Clair" has been my kiud and
Unlike the quarreling Senate of the
United States, we have no time for
mutual recrimination. It takes every
breath of our waking hours to plan
for the overthrow of the enemy, hated
alike by North and South, and to plan
for the defense of homes equally en
dangered on both sides Mason and
Dixon's line. God speed the day of
living issues and re-united hearts!
The press has also been more than
courteous even exceeding in its help
fulness that of the North. Organiza
tions have been formed in almost
every community visited, and Chris
tian wemanhood has gently responded
to the call for quiet, systtmatic, edu
cational temperance work to be en
tered upon "for God and Home and
The talent, influence and devotion
of the ladies who have embarked in
this new line of philanthropic effort,
will be a re-enforcement of incalcula
ble value to cur National Union; but
most of all, we thank God for the ties
of .'isterly affection which have re-
su!t,G from this alliance against our
common foe, and which will multiply
in the busy, happy years to come.
"Blest b3 the tie that bind3 our hearts
in Christian love," is the temperance
women's favorite hymn. May its
blessed mraniug be realized in your
Anni versai y meeting, is the prayer of
Yours for humanity,
Hannte.l 31 c.
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted
me for years, cau?ed bv a sick family
and large bills for doctoring, which
dia no gnoi. 1 was completely dis
couraged, until one year ago, by the
advice of my pastor, 1 procured Hop
Bitters and commenced their use, and
ia one month we wero all well, and
none of us have been sick a day since;
and I want to say to all poor men, you
can keen your families well a year
with Hop Bitters for less than one
doctor's visit will cost. A Working-
A party of men who were doing
some grading down in the grounds
about the shops, struck, last weak,
for 61.75 per day instead of S1.50 the
former price. The epidemic spread.
and the next day another set struck,
and notices were posted of a meeting
of working men at which a few fel
lows talked pretty loud, but were fin
ally summarily induced to listen to
reason by the more sensible por
tion and take $1.50 when they couldn't
get any more.
Parker, tho marble man, has been
here again and has just completed the
erection of a fine monument for the
estate of J. S. Upton, Mr. Parker is
well known a? one of the best and
most efficient marble dealers in the
state, and a number one man besides.
We always like to meet and have a
chat with him, whether on politics re
ligion or temperance. His work nnd
his works bear inspection.
Aver's Ague Cure has saved
thousands of lives in the malarial dis-
ti icts of this and other countries. It
is wai ranted a certain and speedy
lemody, and free from all harmful in
For a torpid liver, biliousness.
dvsnnsia and all liver comnlaints. the
Big Blood and Liver Cur?, (Dr. Mar
shall s Bromonn?) is just the thing.
Ask yonr druggist for a bottle.
Ladies should ue Dr. Marshall's
Bromohne for constipation, bilious
ness, or any liver complaint. Big bot
tles, fifty cents. Your druggist sells
Renew Tour Lease.
There are times in every one's life
when energy fails and a miserable
feeling comes over them, often mis
taken for laziness. Danger lurks in
these symptoms, aa they raise lrom
impure blood or diseased organs. Med
ical advice is expensive and often un
satisfactory. Parker's Ginger Tonic
will renew your lease of health and
comfort because it restores perfect ac
tivity to the stomach, liver and kid
neys, and purifies the blood, as men
and women restored to robust health
testify in among every neighborhood.
See adv. Advocate. Ilt5
GKA1N AND PRODUCE.
Wednesday, June 1Z. 1831.
Viheat. No. 2.. 85JS
Uarh-y. No. 2 4''"o
Native Cattle 4 01X31 !
Hoi; 4 75
Butter 10,! 15
I'otatof-s 1 "
NEW YORK' MARKETS.
Nkw Vokk, June 15. 1881.
Wheat 3 1 a
Cll IC AGO MA KK KTS.
Chicago, Jiine t. lMtl
Flour 4 60 US5 l
Wheat I 11
Kye 1 00
Hoi. xhipi.iug $S 15
Cattle. " 5 ti5'.& 5 t0 ,
Sheep 3 soii-l M)
U. V. Mathews,
Hardware, Cdtlery, Nails,
Iron, Wagon Stock,
if aria fftacljittr(i
STOVES ami TIN-WAKE,
Irvii, Wood Stock, Pumps,
FIELD it- GARDEN SEEDS, ROPE,
AND ALL KIN DH OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Ktpt in Stock.
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
We are now 2rcpared to s7oie at our new quarters, nxtto Court I fame, the
Largest, Finest and Cheapest Stock of
STAPLES FANCY DRY 600DS,
Notions, Millinery, Carpets, Jewelry t etc.,
Ever brought to Mat tsmout h.
Read and Remember the following Price List!
Our 132?ss CS-qqcIs EBep't
Embraces some rare styles in Startle and Fancy Fabrics.
Handsome Summer Dress Silcs from 50 cts.per yard, up.
Fine Black and Colored Gros Grain Silks - 81.00
Lately shades in Taffetas Beige Suitings " 35 "
Adriatic Stripes, all shadts " 12U' "
Ileal 21 ohair Melanges Ony 5
Cazamo Foulards. Brocaded 25 "
G-4 Bordures, Elegant
All Wool Cashmeres
SI & CastaGFG Dolmans,
AT REDUCED FIGURES.
Staple Gr$Is Bcp't.
.from 5c jr yd uji.
. " 4 - "
.. yt .. ..
g; " "
Good Ginghams .
Here the Ladies will find something elegant and nice, in the line of Hcadwear
REAL IMPORTED PATTERN HATS 1
Ladies' Hats, nicely trimmed, from 75
Childretts Sailor Hats, from 25 cU. up.
1TQTI0NS A1TD FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Kid Gloves, full line 25c pr pair np.
Lisle Thread Gloves 5 " "
Ladles' Hose 5 " "
Elegant line of Swiss and American
POME ELEGANT STYLES IN
Point ItnHe IjRees. lientelle
Lansucdor Iiiwea, V-nlc?
Xtretonne liarps, Torclaon
ASK TO SEETHESE GOODS.
Lovely pattern in CRETONNES and LAMBREQUINS.
The above onlv comprises a few of the many
which we offer. Call and judge for yourselves.
careful and prompt attention.
o. ii. ioi;k. m. i. .
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN. Office and Drug
Store, Main St, near Third, riattsmouth NeD.
Till: PHO.HOTr.K ATSI PF.HI'F.C
TOK or AKKUtlLATIOM.
T1IF. RKFOIOI KK . M VITALIKKit
tisk ntotr'Kit ad ivioisa-
toi: of .r.uvr. xi nr('i.K.
THF. Rt:tMKK AI Kri't4UTK!
of ii it a l rv roivKR.
Is cmr..nod or i:ij;r'il'iit id.-titl:al with
those which constiuiie H.- -.!!hy ISlooii, Muscle
and Nerve, and Kiatn Substance. whiM Life
its if is directly dependant upon some olfirm.
I5v incrcaMrjfc Nrrvr.us asl Mueular Viirnr,
it will cure lypcpsia, JoeMr or interrupted ac
tion of the Heart and. Palpitation, Weakness
of Intellect caused hv iriicr, worry, overtaxed
or irregular habits, P.ronchilif, Congestion of
It cure Asthma. Neuralgia, w noopuurv-oujju
Nervousness, and ! a most wonderful adiunct
to other remedies in sutainini: life during the
process of Dipt heria.
The expanuilure of biain power too early or
too severely in childhood often results in phys
ical tleDliltv ; me iie oi reii'.w uypopuos
phitee exerts a oiugularly happy effect ih such
Do not be deceived by remedies hearing a
imilar name : no other preparation 1 a i-ubstl-
tute for t'.iis under any circumstance.
For sale ly all a moists.
r.very wouno or injury, even oy Krciuen or
any flis'ease, entitles a soldier of the late war to
. . i ii . , i i e
a pension. u pension oj uir 01 u.uium j,
lsTO lieclii tiack at date of diecharire or death
of the soldier. All entitled should apply at
once ThousTinils wl'.fi hi e now drawing pen
sion are entitled to an increase. Soldicis aud
widows of the rr,r of ls'2 and Mexican war re
entttie.1 to pensions. Thousand are yet enti
tled to houmv. bid do not know it 1'ics i,j nil
caserito. Pay for every description o war
claims collected. Employ air Attorney resid
iiifr In Washington, w ho e.n. give personal at
t"nt ion to vonr business. A ii'erie.m and Pur-
i eiisn patcrtis obtained on short notice, t
two stamps for pension and bounty laws.
dresH V. T. Fit7.i;f.kam. I". S. Claim At
Lock Box T-'-A W af hintoii, D. C. 5
eiisn patcrtis obtained on short notice. Heiid
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
PL ATTS MOUTH,
Biiliaid Hall and Saloon 011 Mjin Street, fur
door from .Sixth at Neville's
BES2' BRANDS OFCIUARS, ..LBS.
JI erne miter the .Vaiue nud I!re,
Eliu Street, near Eighth,
Plallsmoulh, - Neb.
Made to order
SOLOMON & NATHAN
.fiom 40 "
. . 5 "
Mantles, Circulars, Melons,
Fine Chevi it Siiii ting-- from S'-J r yd up.
Cottonades 15 " "
Table Dam;i.-V. all !ir.cn. .. - 30 " "
Toweling " ' 5 "
Ladies' Neckties 5c up.
Fine Handkerchiefs 5 "
Good Corsets 25 "
Emliroiflerics. from 3 cts, per yarfl nj.
lances. lira bant J,aret,
Laces, t-'Iiui)i lMeen,
L.aee. Valoncieiiiies I.acci.
CAItPETS FROM 25 CENTS FEE YAliI) UP.
Orders by mail solicited, which will receive
SnT.flATflN A NATHAN
Slop 5 Set Gold
en Tnnquo reed
u asnmtoii, .V J.
MAKE HOME BEAUTIFUL
l l."icf miI -t. Lnwpxt pi ii. Send for Cata
logue and i ii. .- List. ai;kts v.xti:i
Addict J. C. Met UKDi & CO., Philadelphia.
Far circular, adore
THE T AJTTTE CO.
Mocroo Co., I'm.
AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
A new A rreat Mdical Work.
wsrTntd tbe bt&x)d cheap
est, wdi8LHnabl to evwry
m&B, emiucKi trie orvmce of
Jjfe." bound in finest French
Cnuslin, em hosted , 1 u 1 1 ri 1 1 , 3 41
paee,conu.ins beautiful steel
etiTmvinc;&, 125 prescriptions,
nr.r.a nnl l K An kt i . I
illustrated sample, 6 c. ; send
now. Address tearKKly W edi
ra.1 lntif ntor Ihr W H P a it.
' Itemed v more w idelv or favorably known.
It i rapid in relieving, quick in enrmu. For
Lame Hack. Kheunialisiii, Ividney AtTeetions,
andaeliesandpaiii8ceneraily.it is the umi-
Any person to be serioiinly III w ithout a weak
stomach or inactive live'r or kidney? And
when these orphans are in jroo.l coniiiiioD do you
not nnd their possessor enjoying (;oo
Inrkfr(i iinirer Tonic always
these important ortraiiH. and never tail to make
the blood rich and pure, and to treimthen ev
ery part of the fvstem. It has cured hundreds
of despairing invalids. Ask your neighbor about
(iood Prick, for -ale an soon as burned, at
IMattsiuoutli, Xcb. iUf
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of aud Dealer in
Also, a full li-e of
HORSE CLOTHING, ETC., ETC.
Done neatly and promptly at short notice at his
Directly opjKirite Post Office. Platlsniouth, Neb.
None but tlie bost of stuck used I
Palace ttarber Shop.
J. O. BOONE,
Under Krai-k Carruth's new Jewelry Store.
HOT & COL3D BATHS
CLEAN NEW PLACE,
and nowils the time to get
SHAVED SHAMPOOED HAIU-CUT,
oraiiythiii.elis m the tousorialjway, at
John Boone's A'uw Shop,
Conn r Maiu and Fillli streets,
1YJ5W J1IUCK YARD.
I have now a new Brick-Maker from the east,
! 130,000 No. 1 Brick
.Now Heady and for sale. Come and Examine
them for Yourselves. If they
I fall on a man off goes
Ins head. .
Will Net k Undersoil for a QuaalRy si Brief.
I tun also low ready to Contract for
all kinds of buildings and to iut
up any kind of work in
JE1I11V HA HTM AN.
At my place ou Wai-hliiKtoii Avenue or at K.
S. 'White' Store on Main Street, Plattsimiui h.
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or cn Old Stable in new hands entirely.
The Xew Finn of
PATTfcHKOX k DIXON,
open I J
STREW UT V.ARN
on the Corner of .;ih and I'.-ail Ntieels-ttL
New Livery Outfit.
COOD HOUSES AND C. 1: ltl AC ES ;kt all
HOUSES FOH SA LE,
HOUSES llOCGUT ASD SOUK
JIOIISES KEPT JIY THE 1M OH WEEK.
Call and see TATTEUOX & DIXON
All kinds of
KA !!M IMPLEMENTS
Neatly i- Promplp
Horse, 3Iulc& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoo anything that huf
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see u.
n Filth St between Main and Vi;e Street,
list across e corner from the NKW J7EKA1
STIiElGHT & 311 LI EH,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
Repairing of all Kinds !
NEATL I" DONE c:t SHORT NOTICE
NEW HARNESS !
TURNED OUT IN SHORT ORDER
And Satisfaction (Inaianteed.
Ej-yilemeinber the place. Opposite He:...
P.oeek's Euruit ure Stole, ou Lower Main street,
STREIGIIT d MILLER.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
HEAKSE I FUNERALS.
TAICE iTOTICE I
I want all of iny accounts f.-ttb-rt to date.
ami I shall do no .nore credit lni-iness. All old
accounts must b s- ttled up. and no new unrt
will he made. I'nless .such accounts are set! led
shortly they will be i-ued.
t wish to no astiicitye.-vsii im.-dnrsw fut ure
trtrtU&el 1317 it 12 N. 8ti Strwt, ST. ISZU, HO.
'ITIE rhTician in chrc sf thiaold nd well knnirn
JL inatitictnn re rKulur eraduaWf in mfdirii.e
t r c.rT- Tears of Expeiiauoe in lb treatment of
hroi;ie Diseases Lav d thfir skill ami abililr
ro'icta auperior to tbat cf ths ordinary practitioo. r,
:!'..it ih.-y hut acouired a national reputation through
t I.!T trf-tmTit of compliCRled fnmm.
INDISCRETION OR EXPOSURE rrii,
lAqatWsMBOMHMsMMMiaM ftflfCtlOD 9
of Lbe bioo, W1m or buuet, t realm! with tuccfts,
in c;ectihr priocii without using Mercury or other
i r uion Medicine and at moderate expense
YO UNCMEN fcod thorns of middle who are
'tmatrnmAmm Buffering from organic wealc
neaa that unfit ita rlctlma for bualoaaa or DutrriaKt,
prm-nntlF enred, at modPnt exXOHe.
RATI E N T5 T p E A J E P ;... -
tF.-.(.. c.-n.u.i.l f-rrlr'trJ, w;,.(h ! FREE and tavtled.
it f q j.i'.iDi to loivcrrd by patieou ar.sf trAUneat
mt.lri free to edraei oa anriliration.
renne u Wrri nf tram Kuetereaeealsteattkelr a44ree,
'ears oawlkJes; te their ad.aaUse. ItU sets Ireee.?
.V ....-1. .......7 mo intuit ee aedra4
DK. UlTI.. IK North tttfc t.k)b Leu la. Mo.
PROVED a' ZZli IsTZT success"
leal Bcwnce. A Ksiiiv. tlix tlve. il.-mdy fur the)
aixwdrand (Mtrmanent 4'u I .r ... .dU- wknwe f ns
deploraliltt olawuM fnauiiiurf ifnu u.liM'.t iirHcti-a
or szoseaes la youtb or u( tui nuiuof life. t.r tl onlv
true way, vlr: Uirct Ah licauon a. tlrm Or Air
sorption, ana erartingr lie ecillu faflueocw oa ttis
Vesicles. Iuct. and Olnn l. that ara uos'.Im to per
form tboir natural fuoriloue wmlo tola dlenaw pr
eadHS tbe human orgaaiem. l bs cm of tbs J'ostills
Is atteodwl wltn no iaio or inconvMulnce, and dues
not intrfera witii (Laordinarr pursuits of llfx: It Is
qnirklr dlasolv4 and a.-Hu aljforlml, producing aa
Immediate) soothlncand rv'creilv struct upon tbs
nsrrous orsaniratloos wrveked from vicious habits or
xreeses, stopploa; tbe dra.n from I be eyatHtn, roelor
Inff tbe mind to hsaltb and sound moniory. reraoT
Ina tbe Dimness of bla-bt. Confusion or Ideac,
version to Boclety, etc.. etc., and the apiaranco
of premature old are ueuaily a. conipaninaT tbia
trouble), and reeU.rlne; thrt eiud f rt. wbre tbcjr
bare been dormant for yars. 7'bls mode of treat
ment bas stood the teat iu eery severe cases, and la
now a rjrorjnunrd I'lrreis. Lruffl are too rnurb Dre-
scAbed In tbis trooljle .and, aa many can bear wit
ness to, wit b but little If an r permanent sd. Tbero
Is no ncneenee about this 1're'taratKin. Vractlral ol-
servation ensl.les ns to iHwitlvstr aruarautee tbat It
wUl sire satisfaction, it b:iS beta In general us
for sevsral Fsars and we Lavs thotiSHnd of testl
moniala from patients, a t. its value, and it is now
oonoede.1 to be tbe moat rational means fet ola
coTemd for reaching- end carina" tnia very irevKlr:t
trouble, tbat Is well known to le tbe ouuol unuiia
misery to eo many, and uKa whom cjutf Its prey wit n
theie , - mnA f..-- 'I i.m lleuiedr
Is pat up in neat boiee. of three eirt-e. No. l.'enoucb
to last a monib.l 3 ; No. 3. (auHi lent to eflect a v'
msneot cure, unlets In serere caes. S9; No. J,
lastln over three months, will reatore I boas In tn
worst cond it ion. 7. r-ent 1T mail, io plain wrapper.
Full DIRECTIONS lor uamer will accoiupaiiy
4m ; V
trtm airina jtnntomtral Mttitetratlonm
nnd Trxtitnoity, rliicli cill ronrinrf I
the Mi oaf mkrntirul that thru ro i be re-
Imtored to perfect health. crudT the vital
foreem thoro'ly re-etttaMttihea tame
Wtwf never affeiea. u.j.
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
MrketndethSts. St. LOU18. Mo.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters recsireu rrom ratrpn$
Indians. April 1J. 'TV 1 be bemt-ly is worilna per.
Pastille. IbeyhaTsworkedlilieacbiirmonroe fsm
Just twice a much of a man asl was he fore tkina I
was onthever.eof tbe ifrare. 1 thought, and tberowaa
no care lor me. hut now am In good hopes for a care.
Iowa. Oct. 10th. U. I em ulm.r t-
West Vlnrinia. A,. itui a.
f w I. J- lJu?Te bs cored me. for which I sm very
thankfute Inclosed find S. Miuw send me another
i.o. j ior a iriena. i on bave done a treut Ihiud
lor me. I will send yon a! 1 1 be orde rs I caa.
From a Physician and 6ura:eon.
MlaaOTiH .Tnn. U a .,
of tbe Pastilles. The ri,rie nn u,m
most of one box, la addition to a sample box. is fit
recovering, and 1 think another will set him ail rlsbt.
From a Oruzeiet.
Maryland, Sept. 2. "79. Iajt Jnnnnry we trot a box of
iveiueuy torone oiour rumomers, and it ua muj.v
perfect cure of him. We have another cnaU'ruer now
suffer in la tLo sttoiu way, and wUii oou No. 3 boa.
by ycRS w sj y fc,v or U8M