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KO. ft. ACARPHT, - JiLDITOR.
FLATTSMOUTII. OCT. 27, 1881
For Judge of the Sup.-enie Court.
For Regents of the University of Nebraska,
LEBBEUS B. FIFIELD,
WM. II. NEWELL
JOHN W. JENNINGS.
E. W, UYEKS.
For County Jut'tre,
A. A. LAVERTY.
Fr Superintendent Public Instruction,
For Coi.nty Commissioner,
SAM 'L RICHARDSON.
P. P. GASt1.
For County Surveyor,
ii. W. FAIRFIELD.
Get Willett Pottenger to tell you
til about O'Donohoe.
Tub Beatrice Courier is going in on
pictorial matter, it seems.
Nebraska Citt is going to have
railroads in every direction by their
Dudley of Ind., was confirmed
commissioner of Pensions after a long
debate in executive session.
President Arthur's speech at
Yorkta wn is very highly spoken of by
the United Press of the country.
Tiiet held a jubilation in Weeping
Water on the receipt of O'Diction Don
ohoe's letter the Republicans, we
Does'nt it strike one now that the
appointment of Maj. Pierce is a queer
one fqran Anti Monopoly U. S. sen
ator to make.
Wolfe, the Independent candidate
in Pennsylvania, is making it a warm
canvass fer the regulars, it seems, al
though he cannot hope to be elected.
Many papers seem to think that the
report on Treasury irregularities dur
ing Sherman's administration of af
fairs is being smothered in the Senate.
Appearances seem very satisfacto
ry for the success of the Republican
County "ticket, entire, this fall. Still
the friends of the party do not want
to let up on earnest work and endear.
With an open quarrel between the
Greenbackers and the Democrats and
O'Donohoe's "diction" after Draper
and the Democratic Central Commit
tee, the Republican ticket ought to go
Sam, does that fast maio worry
you? Never mind, never mind, we
may have to sell her or mortgage her
to pay our debts this winter. If we
do, wo won't give two mortgages on
the same, piece of property, you know.
Wk must be so "attenuated" O'Don
ohoe's "diction" didn't strike us. We
just turned sideways, and it glanced
bv. If ho ever "paddles his own canoe"
in our way. and we find it out, we'll
"cyclone" him, if Joe Connor will lend
us a breeze. .
TnE Mississippi rivei is on a regu
lar old "high", having got above the
high water mark of June 1880, the
highest since the spring of 1857. Near
St. Louis the Sny levee has broken in
several places submerging the farms
on either side for a long distance.
Tit xf r "R ttnlflv should make enough
out of his Fremont and Lincoln rail
road bond scheme to pay us what he
owes on subscription to thi3 paper,
and if, after having maae me money
he would pay us, we should be pleased
but disappointed. O. Republican.
Same here. Come down, Mr. Galey I
Short of bloodless duels we hear
nothing at all from the campaign in
Virginia. Is it possible that the asso
ciated Press liar down there is so com
pletely demoralized that he cure noi
even lie? Democrat.
We are glad some one else thiake
the Associated Press Agency lies.
We call attention to the notice of
the "Good Company" Magazine on our
outside page. This is one of our most
excellent magazines although not so
widely known as Harper or Scnbner,
and they give an exception? tly good
inducement to subscribe for tl e ensu
Who was editing the Weeping Wa
ter Recorder last week? It must have
been the "devil." No editor (?) would
copy (and distort for his own use) ar
ticles from another paper, and not give
a line of credit for them, as "Our Can
idate" was last week in that paper.
A Plattsmouth lawyer wouid hardly
have the cheek for that.
There is a big fight being made over
Tyner on tha Star Route business. Ty
ner now claims to have been the "rig
lnal Jacobs" that investigated and re
ported on these frauds, but that Hayes
and Key smothered his reports, as
O'Doaohoe says, that seems "attenuat
ed," Mr. Tjner. We hope fresident
Arthur will have the whole matter
Tub efforts that have been aud are
being maae my m upoin- m .us.
dissatisfaction and induce republicans
- ii...a whn did not receive a
v . ... , Tijm1 nf their nartv
nomination - ------- '
to run independent, and thui draw off
from the straight ticket their immedi
ate friends, does not meet wilh suc
cess. Such men as D. I) Johnson are
too sensible, and have the good of the
party too much at heart to be caught
by any such schemes and tncks.-Le-(order.
Senate Proceed ing.
The nomination of E. D. Morgan, to
be 'secretary of treasury, was the only
cabinet nomination sent to the senate
to-day. The report of the treasury in
vestigation was sent tt the senate on
motion of Tenator Edmonds, who said
he made the motion merely as an in
dividual and on behalf of no commit
tee and no party.
T. E. Shoeber, chief clerk of the sen
ate, was, by a unanimous vote, declar
ed acting secietary of the senate until
the vacancy in that office be filled.
At 12:15 the senate went intoexecu
Mr, Howe's name was not sent in
to-day, because there was some doubt
of Mr. Morgan's confirmation.
The democratic senators, before the
meeting of the senate, held a caucus to
consider the question of the senate
secretaryship, and after discussing the
matter for two hours adjourned with
out having concluded upon a policy
relative to the matter.
The French and German guests of
the nation left by special train for An
napolis this morning under escort of
Secretary Blaine and Mr. Hill. There
will be a drill at the academy iu honor
of the visitors and the party will re
turn to Washington at 5 p. m.
"Mae" did not advise Mr. Crosby to
buy out the Enterprise or let it alote.
One of the owners of the Enterprise
got Mr. Crosby down here. We have
no "wish" nor "thought" for the Dea
con's enterprise except to hope it will
keep right on in tha course it is pur
suing and become thoroughly known
for what it is. Have patience, my boy
until the campaign is over.
The Democratic and Greenback
Central Committees mec at Weeping
Water last Saturday and tried to com
promise matters. Not coming to any
satisfactory conclusion, the old liners
put up a straight ticket as follows:
Treasurer, J. D. Simpson; Clerk, J, M
Robinson ; Sheriff J. R. Valiery ; J udge.
W. S. Wilcockson; Supt., Otto Mutz;
Coroner, Dr. Richmond; Surveyor, L.
Gilmore; Commissioner, Frank JStan
It seems to bo pretty well settled
that there will be but two cabinet
changes at present, and those two are
made at the positive request of the
piesent incumbents. Morgan, of NTevr
York, will take the place of Wiudom
in the Treasury, aud Howe, of Wis
consin, that of MacVeagh as Attorney
General. James and Blaine will re
main until alter the regular session at
all events and no other changes until
Since writing the abova, Gov. Mor
gan's name has been sent to the Senate
and he was confirmed. Later, it is un
derstood he cannot accept, hi3 wife
and his physicians both being opposed
to his attempting so arduous a rolo at
his time of life.
Coiikling is again talked of, and his
name will probably be sent in wit li
the consent of leading Republicans in
the country, no other man being b)e
to ill the office better. 'Phe Senate
will adjourn to-day, and ether nouii
nations not be in time for this paper.
'Squire Lavertt, our candidate
for County Judge, is in town. Mr.
Laverty looks the honest, straight
forward man he is; between him and
one, at least, of his opponents there is
no comparison as to character or at
tainments, and no Republican will
vote for any man except Laverty for
County Judge. His practical experi
ence in a like oflice, and his knowledge
of the law will make him one of the
best officers in that position the Co.
has ever had.
Now, gentlemen of the Democratic
and Greenback persuasion, you know
the Herald pretty well, and know
that we do not approve of personali
ties and blackguardism in a campaign,
when it can be avoided. We shall
treat your candidates fairly and justly
on their merits; bu at the same time
will give blow for blow, and you aiust
not turn too many 0'"Dietion" fellows
loose on us, r there'll be trouble mit
The Greenbackers, lie the Heathen,
rage and all is not lovely in the camp
of tlie opposition. Mons. O'Donnyhoo
has served papers on "Vet" Draper,
Chairman of the Democratic Central
Committee, warning Lim that he
(O'Donohae) was lawfully nominated
at Louisville in a legally constituted
Democratic convention, and if they
take his name off the Dimmycratic
ticket he will sue the whole caboodle
for damages, damages, aor!
The Yjrktown celebration seomsby
common content to have been some
thing of a failure. The French got
mad because .he Germans were there;
and the Germans did not kiss
the French in loving smacks. The
musicians unfortunately played Wacht
am Rhine and the Marseillaise all at one
time, and the weather sat down on the
performance to boot. We expect the
next Centenn'al will be better as the
managers will have learned how not to
do it, by that t me.
John Jennings is -A-ell known
throughout this county; his compe
tency for this office none dispute.
Efficiency and knowledge of the busi
ness is v?har we need. The partv, in
convention assembled, have nomina
ted John, and it isn't wise for every in
dividual member of a party to set up
his own opinions on a candidate. No
party can last that way. Jennings is
the party nominee, and as such should
receive the full vote of the party.
How to Save.
All men and women who work hard
with mind or body arc subject to peri
odical attacks of biliousness, whieh
map end in disordered kidneys or liver
and dangerous illness. A 50 ct. or
$1.00 bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic
will keep these organs active, and by
preventing the attack save you much
sickness, loss of time and great ex
pense. Many families are kept in per
fect health by using the Tonic when
spring and fall sickness threatens. De
lay at such times means danger. De
troit Press. See other column. 2914
Death to rats au 1 veimin, Parsons
Gone Up Higher.
From the tenor of a conversation
which a representative of the Republi
can had with Mr. A. E. Touxalin some
days aince, the hope was born that
that gentleman's promortion to the
office of first vice president of the
Chicago, Burlington & Quir.cy road,
would not necessitate his removal to
Boston, as it was slated in the associ
ated press telegrams that it woiild.
We have the best of authority for '.be
statement, in realization of this hope,
that Mr. Touzalin will not leave
Omaha for three months at least, and
that there is no absolute certainty of
his ultimate removal from the city.
The only drawback to the general
gladness of the people of Omaha and
Nebraska over Mr. Touzalin's promo
tion has been the fear that he would
leave a field for which be has the best
rossible talents, and in which ac
quaintanceship with him and friend
ship for him have been synonymous.
The promotion has been considered
well earned, but there has been a gen
eral sentiment of distrust of the ability
of tho Chicago, Burlington A Quincy
road to find a man who could continue
the friendship between the Burlington
& Missouri road and the people, which
began with Mr. Touzalin's accession to
the superintandency of the latter road,
and grew warmer with every day of
his administration. Happily this draw
back to the general rejoicing over Mr.
Touzalin's good fortune is now at least
Such being the case, Tho Republi
can defers until a more suitable time
(at the same time hoping that that
time will not ensue) those quasi post
mortem eulogies over Mr. Touzalin
which have been indulged in in some
newspaper quarters, and contents it
self with heartily congratulating the
gentleman upon a promotion whose
like is always and everywhere the
result of such conspicuous devotion to
labor and such noticeable ability as
Mr. Touealin has given ample evidence
of posessing. Republican.
Last Monday evening witnessed the
opening of Boyd's Opera House at
Omaha. This is a building which will
be a pride and ornament to that city,
and for which the people owe a debt
ot thanks to Mr. James E. Boyd,
mayor of the city, and a most enter
prising public spirited man. The the
atre itself is a perfect little bijon, the
woik about it of th latest stvie and
done in the most thorough and artistic
tnannei. The people of Omaha can no
longer complain that the representa
tions of the best ai tiates of the coun
try have not now in their city an ap
propriate setting, forming an elabo
rate and perfect picture for their de
lectation. We did not have the pleas
ure of witnessing the Opera House
amid the glories of the opening night,
but an examination of it the Friday
previous while still laboring under
the disadvantages of scaffolding and
other debris, and amid th resounding
blows of the workmen's hammers, con
vinced us tf its beauty when glo
iified by the splendors of the chan
deliers in full blaze, and the electric
current of an appreciative and de
The reign of opera was opened by
the Fay Templetou Opera Company,
in the cuiuic opera of The "Mascotte",
which they played two nights to
Sco ville does not seem to show as
good sensn as when he first took Gui
teau's case. He announced that he
tsi-ould make no other plea but that of
insanity, and left tho impression that
he would not attempt to take advan
tage of mi-re technicalities; but he has
made several counts in his defence
besides insanity, mal-practice, among
the rest, on the part of the physicians,
and now threatens to drag a lot of
political trash in to waste time and
delay justice. The American people
want Guiteau tried fairly but speed
ily. His own confessions ought to
convict him, and no legal fooling
ought to clear so foul an assassin.
O'Donohoe, when did you pick up
Sam Chapman's lie that Cunningham
gave me a printing press?" Hadn't
you better investigate that matter a
little? We never tried to steal Cun
ningham blind aTUr wards, anyway;
nor did he ever have to pay ur notes
after we had drawn the money and
used it for our own benefit. MacMur
phy can stand all the racket the en
tire ward politician elein nt, Demo
cratic or Republican can brii.g on, and
will come out brighter and stronger
in the estimation of every decent Re
publican, Democrat or Greenbackt-r
in the county, and furthermore court
the fullest investigation into the pol
itical history of tho county for the
past few years, and the IIeralis
connection with it. Bring on your
able bodied liars, we'll "attenuate"
them one by one.
Tue article entitled "The Children's
Garfield Home" on our first page it
received fruni the Century Co. or
fc-cribner, and if a most pleasant way
for the children to testify their admir
ation of the great president now gone.
We can only think of one thing better
for Nebraska children and that would
bo to donate their mites to the main
tenance of a cot or a ward in the hos
pital which they are now attempting
to build in Omaha, and let it be called
tho "Children'. Garfield Ward," or
something of that kind.
Jlr. Hunger the Democratic Nominee
for Judge Dec lines.--Here is his Letter;
Fremont, Neb., Oct. 18, 1881.
Hon. J. Sterling Morton, Chairman
Democratic State Central Commit
tee: Dear Sir : Having been unofficially
notified of my nomination by the dem
ocratic state convention for judge of
the supreme court of this state, and
fearing that further silence on my part
might embarass your committee in the
matter of placing a suitable candidate
before the people for that office, I take
tills opportunity to write you without
awaiting a formal notification. Having
for somr time refrained from any ac
tive participation in political affairs,
with a view of devoting ray whole
lime to professional duties. I cannot
now get the consent of my own mind
to accept the proffered honor, and
therefore decline the same. I am not,
however, unmindful of the fact that
the honor conferred by that conven
tion iione highly complimentary, and
places me under renewed obligations
to my friends for this expression of
their confidence and esteem.
W. N. M under.
Was Arthur or Conli Right!
Washington, Oct. 17. President
Arthur, like other Presidents, ii not
without his troubles in taking the first
steps. Probably his first plan was not
a little frustrated by Mr. Conkling's
refusal to take the leading place in the
To Arthur', enemies, at least, how
disappointing, how confounding is the
fact that Conkling refuses, not ouiyX)
take a place in tfie Cabinet, but to
accept any office under tho Adminis
tration. He took the trouble to come
all the way to Washington to convince
President Arthur that it would be
wiser not to have him in the Cabinet.
Nor was Arthur wholly convinced,
though Conkling was resolute.
The offer and the refusal of the first
Cabinet position involved considera
tions of the rst consequence to the
new Administration. It was Arthur's
judgment that wisdom lay in the di
rection of bringing Conkling and him
self into the nearest relations as tho
first step. This was what he was ex
pected to do by his more immediate
supporters and followers; it would
disappoint no one; it would be the
fulfilment of universal expectation.
If to Mr. Conkling is awarded a
reputation for statesmanship, to Gen.
Arthur should be awarded equal repu
tation for a high order of political wis
dom. Has Mr. Conkling made a mistake?
Has President Arthur thereby been
placed at a disadvantage on the thresh
old of his Administration? Was the
President or his friend the wiser of
the two? We can't tell now. N. Y.
Two Famous TroMers.
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 22. The
race between St. Julien and Trinkett,
to-day at Point Breeze Park, was wit
nessed bv about 3:500 persons. The
day was finw and the track iu good or
der. The horses scored about 3:30 and
made a fairly good start, .it. .1 alien,
however, had a slight lead. At the
quarter, something like a length sepa
tated them, but at the half mile iost
theie was only a small gap. From
there until the three quarter post was
past, trotting was almost neck and
neck, but on the home stretch Trin
kett broke and came in between three
and four lengths behind. Time. 2:17
In the second heat the California
Gelding gt the best of the start, and
at the quarter led bv a length which
was only slightly reduced at the three
quarter post. On t he home stretch.
Trinkett, who was well up, faltered
and broke again just about where she
went into the air in the first heat and
St. Julien v on the heat in 2:17.
In t he third heat, St. Julien still had
it all I, is own way up to the three
quarter post, when Trinkett took the
pole, but the mare ceuld not stay, and
again broke, giving St. Julien the third
heat and the race in 2:20.
Some Facts Regarding Them Who
Slakes 1 hem and What is Thought of
Them by the Drug Trade Interview
of a Times Reporter with Peter Van
From The C hieago Timer.
To enable the Times to furnish its
readers with some -reliable informa
tion regarding the Cuticura remedies
which are now attracting so much
public attention, a reporter called yes
terday upon Mr. Peter Van Shaack, of
Van haack, Stevenson & Co., whole
sale and retail druggists, corner Lake
aud Dearborn streets, when tise fol
lowing factn were elicited:
It. Will you oblige the readers of
the Times by answering a few ques
tions regarding the Cuticura reme
dios? Mr. Van S. Certainly, fire away.
R. Do they sell well?
Mr. Van S. The sale of the Cuti
cura, Cuticura Resolvent, and Cuticu
ra Soap have been unprecedented.
R. What reasons do you give for so
large a sale?
Mr. Van S. 1 give four reasons.
First, they are original and revolu
tionary in thei r composition and mode
of treatment. Second, they undoubt
edly possess great curative properties.
Third, there are thousands upon thou
sands of sick and suffering who have
tried and found wanting the usual
remedies and modes of treatment, aud
who are ieadyXo welcome a really
great and . successful medicine.
Fourth, the price of theni is within
the reach ot every invalid
R. Are your large sales of these
medicines through your agents?
Mr. Van S. No; they are legitimate
mailorders. We employ no travelers
on the road - are f uudamentallv op
posed to that way of selling goods
the retailer has to stand such ex
penses, and such staple good as these
requiie no one to force them off.
L It. Do you class thein as patent
M. Van S. I do not. They are pro
prietary only so far as their names are
concerned, these being held as trade
marks. R. Can you teli us something about
Mr. Van S.--Weeks and Potter are
importers, wholesale druggists and
chemists, and for twenty-five years
have been the forem st house in the
trade in New England.
R. It is popularly supposed that
advertising will sell most anything,
regardless of merit: is it true?
Mr. Van .--No. A remedy falsely
claiming to possess virtues of which
it is in fact destitute, will surely fail.
No reputable firm and druggists are.
the most competent judges would
tiiink of risking fame aud trying for
tune en any medicine, unless it had,
under the most trying circumstances,
proved itself to possess extraordinary
medicinal value The expense attend
ing the introduction of such remedies
is enormous. A fortune must be
spent belore any return can be ex
pected. If, after a wide distribution,
they are found to possess ihe virtues
claimed for theru, those w.io have
been cured will recommend them one
to another, and thus make them re
munerative. When a man backs his
statements with his own money, you
may generally rely upon them. This
Weeks and Potter are doing.
R. Have they ever before prepared
medicines for popular use?
Mr. Van S. I believe not. They
are, like ourselves, agents for a great
many, but we think that these are
the first they prepare themselves. It
is but once in a lifetime that a dis
covery is made of a remedy, that such
a firm as Weeks and Potter are will
ing to stake reputation and fortune
R.- Are their prospects flattering
Mr. Van S. Very flattering. As I
said before, the remedies undoubtedly
possess great merit. And besides,
they treat blood aud skin diseases ac
cording to a new and thoroughly ra
tional plan, that must take a firm
hold on the confidence of those who
suffer from chronic diseases of the
blood skin and scalp.
Mrs. A. Knee will be glad to receive
orders for hair work of all kinds.
Combings made up, roots all oue way,
without extra charge. COtf
Senator and Mrs. Van YTyck at Port
Port Jarvis, N. Y., October 24.
Gen. C. II. Van Wyck, United States
s nator from Nebraska, and wifear
rived here yesterday morning with the
remains of tbeir two and only children,
who died in Nebraska of diphtheria.
A few hours later came the remains
of Col. J. II, Brodhead, of Washington
the father of Airs. Vau Wyck.
Mimleton, N. Y October 24. Geir
C. II. Van Wyck, U ited States senator
from Nebraska, and wife, burled to
day at Milford, Pa., the former home
of Mrs. Van Wyck, their only children,
two smart and interesting litt'e girls,
who died at their home near Nebraska
City, last week, of diphtheria. On ar
rival with their remains rhey first
learned of the death of Mrs. Van
Wyck's father. Col. Jno. II. Brodhead,
of the treasury department, Washing
ton, whose remaius were brought here
and interred at the same time with the
Samuel Richardson has proven
himself one of the most reliable ofti
cialsinthe county, and no little per
sonal matter, or difference of opinion
on temperance matters ought to deter
any sound tax-paying citizen from
voting for Richardson.
It is safety for our financial man
agement, prudence in expenses, and
judgment in outlay that we want in a
commissioner; not particularly his re
ligious or temperance views. The
commissioners are the legal financial
agents of the county, and on their
good management, depends to a great
extent the prosperity of the people
and their freedom from burdensome
Set Back 42 Tears.
was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Gravels, &c; my
blood became thin; I was dull and in
active; could hardly crawl about; was
an old worn out man all over; could
get nothing to help me, until I got
Hop Bitters, and now I am a boy
again. My blood and kidneys are all
right, and I am as active as a man of
80, though I am 72, and I have no
doubt it will do as well for others of
my age. It is worth a trial. Father.
Relief in five minutes in every case;
gratifyiug, wholesome relief beyond a
money value. Cure begins from first
application, and is rapid, radical and
permanent. Choking, putrid mucous
dislodged, membrane cleansed and
healed, breath sweetened, taste and
hearing restored. Complete treatment
for 31. Ask for San ford's Radical
"Don't Know Half Their Value."
"They cured me of Ague, Billious
ness and Kidney Complaint' as recom
mended. I had a half bottle left, which
I used for two little girls who the doc
tois and neighbors said could not bo
cured. 1 would have lost both of
them one night if I had not given them
Hop Bitters. They did them so much
good I continued their use until they
were cured. That is why I say you
do not know half the valu. ot Hop
Bitters, and do not ivouimeud thehi
high enough." B., Rochester. N. Y.
Sve other column.
MANLY DILL. At tlie refideuoe f O. H.
Dill, Esq., iu South Bend, on iSuiiilay. tlie 23d
hist.. Mit. Wam.ack .1. Manly to Miss A
ice A. Dili.. Rev. Dilfeulnicher oiUciatin-;.
Conscience alive, can these thins be? Well,
it's a manly move any way, and the Heralo
I ook Here !
Winter is coming and everybody
must be provided with good foot gear
ing. Please rail and examine my large
assortment. I sell cheaper than the
cheapest. 1 Peter Meroes.
X Wise Deaeou.
"Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell
me how you kept yourself and family
well the past season, when all the rest
of us have been sick so mtich.uu-i have
had the doctors visiting us so often?"
"Brother Taylor, the answer is very
eay, I used Hop Bitters in time, kept
my family well and saved the doctors
billii. Three dollars' worth of it kept
us well aad able to work all the time.
I'll warrant it has cost you and the
neighbors one to two hundred dollars
apiece to kt-ep sick the same time."
"Deacon I'll use your medicine here
after." Card of Thanks.
We hereby desire to express our
thanks and gratitude to the many
friends and neighbors who kindly as
sisted us during tlie last illness of our
child and especially to Mrs. Frank
Johnson and Miss Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartman.
A. Presbyterian Social will be en
tertained at the residence of Mrs. Da
vid Miiler, Thursday evening Nov. 3.
All are cordially invited.
MRS. J. N. WISE
Mary E. Vass. President,
It is not vile drugged stuff, pretend
ing to be made of wonderful foreign
roots, barks, &c, and puffed up by long
bogus certificates of pretended mira
culous cures, but a simple, pure, effec
tive medicine, made of well known
valuable remedies, that furnishes its
own certificates by its cures. We re
fer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best
of medicines. Exchange. See another
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Nkw You, Oct. 20. 1881.
Chicago. Oct. ic. 1S8I.
Flour $ 6 00 6 75
Whet I 34
Rve I "5
Barley 1 "!
Hog, shinning S5 75.7 .W
Cattle. " 6o--S 7 00
Sheep 3 7o. 4 OO
n m tk mp r A ecmp- lul tuiinru nn in ek
V-IV I (L tj cmioty .n tlie V. !. to xU tW
C;rti-i ff Tiiiop. Worth knowing" Isy uLr. !,
To.uco. mm, witb g-jod rrfcrrote, e furbitb t(.f oolAl fr, -and
gie tern fjt will l.nr woikrr orer a th.
JdiM. liTtKiATIOJAL f IB. lOt, Bui Hut, Si. Lou a. Me.
Or Blood Poi.oning, which Hcsnlts In
Abscesses. Ulcers. Sores, Carbun
cles, lloils, and Itching Ifn
What 1 tell you i. the truth, teld for no other
puroe, but to tc.tify to th- merits f the Cur
icika I'KMKiUK.s. Mr. Frederick Yeaton. of
this place, has been troubled f or year with a
Fever Sore on one of his leKs. Last fall and all
winter he could hardly walk a Step. I induced
him to take your KK.MK.niEs. lie has taken
about four bottles CX'ticuka Rkmolvknt. and
used the Ci TK'i KA and Ci'Tiri RA Soap ex
ternally. Hi leg to-day is almo-t well, aud he
walks with ease. It :w a siht t behold
black and swollen very badly. I wish you could
nee his leg to-dav. The change would a.stonili
you. C'lIAS. H. TRIPP. Alfred. Me.
Will McDonald. 2M2 Dearborn St.. Chicaco,
gratefully ackuwledj:es a cure of Salt Rheum
on head. neck, face, ai ni8 and lr for seven
teen years ; not able to walk except ou hands
and knees for one year : imt able to help him
self for eight years ; tried hundreds of reme
dies ; doctor pronounced his eaee hopeless;
permanently cured by the Cuticura Remedies.
GREAT BLOOD MEDIC'NES.
The half ha not beei; told as to the f reat cu
rative powers of the t'lTICl'KA RF.MEDIKS. I
have paid hundred, of doU.ns for medicines to
cure difeawes of the blood and wkin, and never
found anything yet to equal the Cuticuba
K KM HOIKS.
CIIAS A. WILLIAMS. Providence, R. I.
The Cuticura treatment for tlie cure of Skin,
Scalp aud Blood DiKeases. coiifiets In the inter
nal use of Cl'Ticl'Ha Rk.solvknt, the new
Blood Purifier, and the external ue of Cuticu
ka and CunruKA Soap, the great Skin Curet.
Price of I'fTtci HA. .small boxes. S. ; large
boxes. Si. iTTici'UA Kk.soi.vknt, j1 per bot
tle. CuncfKA soap 25c. Cuticuka shaving
SoAr, 15c. Sold by ad druunixts.
Depot. WEEKS POTTER. Boston, Mas.
Sanford's Eadical Cure,
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
"weft breath, perfect smell, tate and hear
iur, no couti, no choking, no distrens.
'Uiese nappy conditions arc brought about
ia the severest caoru of Catarrh by that
most agreeable, economical, speedy, safe
and never fail in tr specific. Sanford's Rad-
e it'AL CL'kk.. Complete and infallible treat
incut, consisting of one bottle of the Rai1
( ALtiitE, one hex of Catakkhal Solv
k.nt and one Imirovki Imialkk, all
wrapped ill one package, with treatise and
directions, and sold by all d; Uiigif ts for;fl.
Ask for Sasfokd's Radical Cukk.
General Agents. WEEKS & POTTER,
MJL V i,l,d 1!ecl "' mack
rStriijrW-V At x, p t ravenously
Tl.JiUUOli&V PARSON'S EXTER
a!?i All NATOR and die.
iiiiii ii i 0 fearof bad xmclls.
Darns. irr;in:iri .mil
a 'loaches. Water Ruse.
households often cleared in a single night. Best
and cheapest vtrmin kilkr in the world. No
failure In 39 years. Every box warranted. Sold
bv all grocers and druggists. Ask for PAR
SON'S. Mailed i or 25 cents by
WEEKS Si POTTER, Boston, Mas.
OJTE TEAK fOfl
E7ery SEtscri.er Receives a Premmm.
THE FOUR LEADING GRAND PREMIUMS
In the Second Assuai, Distribution,
AMONO SUDSCIUHF.KS FOR TUB
Onto I'eellF RepMican,
A'2-pagt, I'Z-Column Paper, full of
choice reading matter, are as J allows:
A C-jcaga Pills' Thrjshisg Uaiins, gg
with a tkx-hobseVowkii, f V" J'
An Eijjhiy -Acre Nebraska Finn 430X3
A Wdlt.r A. W33d SaLf-EinJinj Harv?f.r, 315.00
A G.rn Tilsr Organ, 3jC.C0
Agi icultural Implements,
Wauhes, Sewing Machines.
Jewelry, Silver Plated Ware,
Books, etc,, are the other Premiums.
Subscription price, including Premium, $1.50
per annum. Send for sample copy and ius
thatkd prci.iiuiu list. Sent free on applica
tion. Full premium IUt, $(Xi0. Addrcis
A ItKLlAliLi: KKMKUV FOR
WAHTIXfcJ Al) XERVOl'H
After numerous experiment" Mr. Fellow me
ceeded in or viuciim this combination of llyuo-
phosphitcs, wiiich has not only restored him to
health, but Iris since been found o i;n5eefful
in tne treatment of disease emanating from
loss of nerve power, and consequently muscular
relaxation, ft.. :
Pphouia (loss of voice). Neuralgia,
t hronic Diarrhira,
Fever and Aue,
w Hooping .ougii,
'onjreliu of l.uiu'.
caipitaiien 01 Heart,
Persons living in Malarious uis rids may pro
tect tlicmseive from attack of fever by the
ue of VIIovm' Compound Myrnp of
ii) pop:i-piii tea. its ettects i'i toning up
t lie .sy-triii enables us to ward off contagious
dinoruerf, and succeusfully combat disease.
The soluble phosphites and the other life-sustaining
principles pom posing Fellows' Hypo
olinspliites arc so caielully proportionated and
so judicium!" mingled, that their actiwn upon
the nerves, muscles and membranes in impart
Inj; vitality. Kireiitrtli ad healthy action ia Ken
dally appav"t within tvrei'tv-four hours, and
the good effect experienced areola permanent
For sale by all Drugglets.
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Ma: "iacturerot and Dealer In
irilsriE TD HEAVY
A1;k, a full line of
HORSE CLOTHING, ETC., ETC.
Done neatly and promptly at -short notice at his
Directly opposite Post Office. Plattsmouth. Neb.
'one but the best of Btock used t
SILVER HELICON BAND,
Is now fully prepared to furnish music for any
and all occaHious.
A Tliorougli Organization
with a complete and well selected repertoire of
BRASS BAND MUSIC.
Orders respectfully solicited. Terms reasonable
Apply to . I. P YortfO. P. O. liook Store, or
lOtt J. FIX LEY JOHXSON. Sec'y.
Teiierloifl leal Market,
W. F. MORRISON, Prop.
Constantly on Hand.
at Lowest Rates.
Main St.fbetween 4lh aud 5th SN.. Xorth Side.
PLATTSMOUTH. NEB. 19Iy
NEW JIK1CK YAI.D.
I have now a new P.rick-Maker from the east
130,000 No. 1 Brick
JNow Iteadv and for sale. Come and Examine
them for Yoni selves. H they
fall on a man on goes
li i head.
Will Not tie Undersoil for a Quantity ol Brick.
I am also now ready to Contract for
all kinds of buildings and to put
up any kind of work in
At my place ou Washington Avenue or at F.
S. White' Store on Main Sireet, Plattsmouth,
Xehra.sk a. 4.Sm3
A Large Stock of
oofs & Shoes
NO SHODDY GOODS
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
rv .: -roriG! i
I want all of my account aettled to date,
aii't I shall do no norc credit hiwineas. All old
accounti must he settled up. and no new ones
will he made, rules snch accounts are settled
ahnrtly thev will he micd.
I wish to"do a strictly csvsh business ' f tit lire
J. I). SIMPSON,
Geo. Woods & Co. Pianos ani Organs.
News Depot, Magazine and Papers,
Main St. opposite New Hotel.
PI.A rTSMOTTH - - XKBHASKA.
TDlrS H k EE !
JUST OPENED AGAIN,
Xew, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
onMaln Street Corner of 5th, Plattsmouth
Evervbodv on hand for fresh, tender meat.
M T 1.06
BONS' BRICK YARD.
In the rear of the LJonnor Stables
OX FOURTH STREET.
READY A1TD FOR SALE.
Will do Contract Work and Guarantee
J. PONS 6c SON,
15m3 riatt-mouth, Neb.
J. F. BAUME1STER
Furnlstie Krerh, Pure Milk
i a: 1. 1 :::: itAii.Y.
Special c.-t;h attended to. and Kh lnii
from same co"w furnished when wanted. 41y
60LD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
A nnw t ffr.it Mrln ai nork,
warrant- 4 th kt and oba
Mt, indirtnKAtl to ry
Dina, erv iUkI tha Brinc of
I ii," bound In Itnt Krvnr h
"r - ci iDmi.i.nriir. V It. I A R.
Ow THYSELF. ixtt,o.4acbtUoi
CUTICURA Psrmsnently Cures Humor, of tha
Scalp and Slim.
Cuticura remedies arc for salehy all dru(Ti;lKt.i
Price of CrncritA. a Medicinal Jelly, mi, all
boxes. !Vc.. larj-'e hoxes. ?1. tTTiri'itA Pkhoi.
vk.nt. the new Hlood Purifier. SI per hottle.
('timer ha Mfkh'inai. 'Ioii.kt hrAi 2fvc.
CUTIri'RA MM'!! 1NAI. Ml A IMi SllAH. IPC.;
in bars for harhcrs and lame conii!neis fc.
Principal Depot, WKKkS Pol l Fit,
U'fAll mailed free on receipt of price.
r a a
(Inzer, Dafhn, MmidrnUe, and many
f the heat medicines known are here continu
ed Into a medicine of uch varied poMer as to
make it the ureatest Itlood Purifier aud the
Host Health and Strength Kc.torer used.
Cures complaint of women and diseases of tha
.Stomach, Bow els, I.unic. liver, and Ki.li ),
and la entirely different from Hitters. ;lni.er
Essences aud other Tonlcc. a It never Inti xl
eates. and l Mch. I.arire Saving hiiln(;
1 size. IIIM OX. A CO. lir mUt m X. .
CAPCINE Porous PLASTER
The manufacturers have
Won the Highest Medals
and 1' raise livery where.
No Remedy inure Widely or Knvornbly
Known. It Is rapid In iciicvinc, quirk In
curing. For I.aine Hark. It hcunint Iwni.
"Kidney AfTectloiiN. and adieu and pntnM
generally.lt Is the uuriv.il led remedy.
J70- VVKKK. S1J a day at hointi asi!v m:ide
V -'('ostly outfit Iree. Address, 1 i kk' .. Co.,
Augusta. Maine. 4: ! y
CT. V. Mathews,
Hardware, Catlery, Nails,
Iron, lYiiKon Mocli,
STOVES and TIX-WARK,
Iron, Wood Stock, Pumps,
FIELD d- (JAR DEN alCEHS. ROJ'E,
AND ALL KINDS NF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock.
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
NEW FURNITURE STORE !
HARRIS & UNRUH,
FURUITUIIE $ COFFIUS,
and all kinds of jioods usually kept in a
Fiitt-vr ( hAuM i i iiM i riti: H-roici:
Also, a very complete Mock of
Funeral Goods, Cofflns, Caskets, Ro.es,
Special attention Riven to the proper care of
the dead, nicht or day. A first -clans heare and
carriages, with personal attendance whenever
desired, Chak;ks always kkaso.naiji.k.
okM Side Ijiwrr Main Street,
24U3 PLATTSMOUTH. NEB.
Successor to S hi.k;ki, & N'ikmav.i,
And dealers In
SMOKEUS' FANCY AKTICI.KS, SMOKINU
T 0 ll A C CO .
3pecial BRANDS and sizes of ClfJAlLS made to
order, and satisfaction guaranteed. C'lirar
clippings sold for smokl!'-'' hacco.
Mai Street, oue door west of J. S. Duke's stor
0rxtyitr U'mt OJirr.
Plattkmovth. Nr.B. lrnS
UNION STORE I
Eight Mile Grove, Neb.
Havintr opened a New Store at th- ahov
1 call attention to in v ctiM-k. and ask tlio
patronage of mv friends and the
Public fn general.
Tinware $ Wooden wan.
and fleneral floods of all hoi1-,
CCZ3VP .:T GOOD
Call and see our Stock before going
34Iy Walter Jenkins.
Send for out
fX r New IlI,,8tra-
) I I i ) I tedPric-Lu-
Fall autl Win
ter of 1881. Free to any address. Con
tains full description of all limit of goods
for personal and family use. Vo deal
directly with the consumer, and sell all
goods ia any quantity at WtWe prievs.
Yon can buy better and cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY "WARD & CO.
127 and 229 Wabaah Avenuc,Cbicago,IlL
V. e recommend Carter' Iron Pill t. every
woman who 's Weak, Nervou", and li.r roi.ir. ;.--(! :
particularly those who have TLin, IVio I-I; .
Cold Hand and Feet, and who art wiihout
Strength or Ambition. Theee Pills quiet t!t
Nervea. give Strength to the Body, rduc K.
f'ehir Sleep. Enrich and Iirpmve the- qitnicy
Of the Blood, and Puntv and Brij-htcn Ilia t'om
T)lexiou T!:ey cure Pa!rptUI:oi, ot ti e Heart.
I'.'rvonsiiess. Treuditinc". Nrvou llrsdache,
Leacorr!ia.i. Pains in ti e Baik, and other forma
of Female Weakness. rtrmeinN r flint Iron is
one of tlie con:itu. lit of the lii-fd. and it
-rrat tou.c. ( nrivr'a Iron Pli!nrelw vJ;.
a Me for men who ar troubled with Nervoiia
Weakness, Night Sweets, e. In metal boxes,
t ."() ccj.ts, bojd by a:l t!rngj;i.-rf, or et l by
CARTER MEDICINE CO.,
NtfW YtJrk city.
l J vy l ukt i, las lrwwnitioi
X !,'"' ! bj mail:
jt illutratd Tiplo, 6 e. unna
' , iuf now, Admt l'ralwu'T 1rii.