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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1881)
"COHB LET US TO THE
FEIST AHD SPEAK OUR
T3IS WAS THE HEADING
TO OUR BAN QUET.
THE OMAHA II EBALD SATS "COME
And They did Come. ;
An account of the Banquet of the Board
of Trade oTtli City of FlaUsiuoatu,
he-d at the Perkins House,
Thursday, Dec. Mb, ISSl.
Dr. Miller's Editorial.
The TT1 " At n xuxupifid-with Hi
neigliboriui: city of i'lattfeiuoutli, this
morning; with FJattsmouth as it is in
all its varied and growing interests.
The immediate occasion f ir this con
spicuous attention to llattsmeuth and
her people was the celebration, through
its Hoard of Trade, of the new pros-
perity that has dawned upon it in the
Jaat past three or four years, by means
of a public batiquet to which the gov
ernor of the state, the ecretury of
state, the judgrs of the courts, the
' members ot the press, and other lead
ing citizens, were invited . - Thursday
evening was thetime, and the rest is
told by a Herald Reporter, in such a
way . as to include a pre
sentation of all the interests which
concern the people of the neighboring
City. The'banquet itself was a superb
eucyess in every particular and in
very appointment. Omaha has sel
dom or never surpassed it on any sim
ilar occasion. The crowning charm
of it all was that the beauty of the
city, supported by the attendance of
several leading Jadita of uri') cily,
graced an occasion that will be Jong
remembered by all who participated
in the fruiivities. The speeches, es
pecially tLt tit welcome by Dr. II. It.
Livingstone, aiid the closing one by
AIr. 3Io3Iuiphy, of tha i'lattsniouUi
'. Hkkali, responsive to the Sfentjment,
"Our Distinguished Guests," were gen
erally excellent and well fitted to
bring out the true spirit of the
riattsmouth steps up to a new place
in the fortunes of a patient and plod
ding people who have labored and
waited long for what they now enjoy;
It has been more than twelve years
ince the writer had seen Plattsmoutb
except to glance at it from a railway
train while stopping a moment- it, the
fetation. On Thursday we saw it in
every part and feature, throjugh the
courtesy of gentlemen who never
wearied in driving us through and
over it. Facts speak for Platts
mouth louder than words, and loud
nough to make sure of a .hearing
(tluoughout this part of the country,
it contain a population six thousand
-otrong. Its affairs are directed by
one n of judgment, energy and enterprise
and back of all. as base and bulwark,
are intelligent and re lined men and
women in the homes of the people.
Hut it is not of Plattsmouth in its
mere local interests that we should
speak; it is of and for Plattsmouth as
a potent part of Nebraska, to which it
is even more important to refer as one
of its chief towns wiiich exerts a pow
erful indnence in giving strength and
support to "what constitutes a state."
This is the main point when we come
to estimate Plattsmouth in its actual
importance and real value to us all.
It will be seen by reading our very
full report of its commercial, indus
trial, religious and educational inter
ests that the new life of Plattsmouth
is strongly sustained by the railway
shop that the Chicago, Burlington
and Qaincy railway company are
erecting there. This is the key to its
prosperity, and around these shops, the
future home of a large retinue of
well-paid skilled labor, all'other inter
ests in that prospering and progres
sive community w;ill revolve.
The Herald's reports in short hand
notes of our shops and B. & M. R.
H. works here being as full and as ac
curate as we can get, perhaps, we re
produce them in full:
The citizens of Plattsmouth, through
their board of trade, celebrated the
growth and increasing prosperity of
their beautiful little city by a superb
b;uiquet. held at the Perkins House.
Thursday evening, at which upwards
of 200 guests were entertained.
In 187 the population of Platts
mouth was less than 2000. In 1878 a
slight increase in business and popula
tion was -observable. The following
year the "initial point" of the B. &'M.
was definitely located here, and thi-,
of course, gave increased impetus to
the town. Its present population is
C.00O, the increase in the past two
vears being equal to that of any town
in the state with the exception of
Omaha and Lincoln. A little over
two years ago real estate here could
hardly have been given away; now it
it is difficult to obtain eligible busi
ness locations. Plattsmouth is sur
rounded by some of tLe finest farming
country in Nebraska, being the capi
tal of Cass county the best corn
cninty in the state. Cass is also one
of the leading fruit counties of Ne
braska. In compliance with the invitation
of the board, the Herald representa
tive left pmaha on the B. & M. Thurs
day morning, and after a pleasant run
of something over an hour reached
Plattsmouth, and was received with
others at the depot by Messrs. A. '.V.
McLaughlin, D. H. Wheeler, L. I). Ben
nett, I Herrmann, and C. vV. Sher
man, reception committee and J. A.
MacMurphy and II. M. Bush ell in
behalf of he Press of the citv; and es
corted to the
' FEKKINS HOUSE.
where aii efficient and obliging land--lord
and a house complete in all the
requisites of a first class hotel minis
ter to th wants of the guest.
THE BURLIXOTOX A MISSOURI.
One great factor in the onward
march of Plattsmouth towards last
ing and material success is the JJ. &
M. road whose shops, located here,
give employment to 400 workmen,'
who, with their families, add materi
ally to the population f the city. The
yards of the company extend over
fourteen acres, containing shops, store
houses, coal tbeda, lumber yards, etc.
Accompanied by Messrs. A.. W. Mc
Laughlin and J. N. Wise, the IIrald
reporter called at the office of A r.
D. Ilawksworth, master mechanic, and
with that gentleman as guide a thor
ough tour of investigation was made
through the shops, the first objective
point beinf Round House No. 1. This
building is erected upon a plan em
bracing forty stalls: onlv half of th
circle, however, being now in us for
housing engines and doing light re-
pair work. Ilere .was noticed a prac
tical 'illustration of the considerate
care of its men taken by this ro.td in
the shape of two new coaches built
after, the plan of tha Pullman 'carp,
capable of accommodating fifty men.
They are substantially and neatly
ouilt and 3nished, and are designed
for the use of the men working on the
company's ever extending road.
THE MACHINE SHOP,
a substantial brick structure. 45x140,
was next visited. Here the iron wort
used for Luilding and repairing loco
motives is gotten out, and, in fact,
all the principal work for the whole
line of road. The tool room, twenty
feet square, is connected with the ma
chine shop and used for the storing of
small tools, the different kiuds being
kept separately and in fine order.
A new and very handsome engine
is just being 'finished, making seven
engines in all built here, and t lie com
pany are rapidly making arrange
ments to increase their out put. They
have orders in now for the delivery of
four ntw pony engines dukir.g the
coming year and also for twenty loco
motives, from the Manchester. New
Hampshire, locomotive works, that it
is expected to have running by next
This shop is provided with all tools
and appliances in the way of lathes,
planers, etc., of the latest' and most
improved, pattern. They . have an or
der now in for a plantr that will
plane fifty-four inches wide by eight
een feet long, thus enabling them to
handle any job of work in their line as
expeditiously and satisfactorily as any
similar establishment itt the country.
THE BOILER SHOP
is of brick. CO feet square, and here
all the boilers and tanks used by the
road are built, greeting shop, or
round house So. 2, sixty fi.et deep a!s
of brick, is intended for building lo
comotives and doing general repai'
vvoik. Thue are eitit tincks run
ning into this shop so that eiht loco
motives can be in . process of building
or undergoing repairs at tlp same
time. In addition there are thirteen
stalls defcigr.t-d for J;8 building and
repairing of freight antm, '
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP
is of brick, 200 feet long by sixty -five
in width. Here all the bl.icksmitii
jyc.rk necessary for the repairing of lo
couioliYJj ffejht cars aud coaches is
done; the making of iio for switches
ior the whole line Oi road j-j also done j
in this shop. Twenty-two fiias ar '
now in blast, requiring, however only j
about two thirds of the building and i
afjpast fifteen additional fires could j
be put iuf.4 bj?t in thi shop if neeff- '
sary. I'litre are ?o ftftefu hundred j
pound steam uanjiars buijt by v il
liaui feejlers & Co. of Philadelphia,
running, and alio a bolt heading ma
chine that heads ail llio bolts for the
road, and in addition to a heavy drill
ing machine. One of the noticeable
aud valuable feature of thiss.,op is,
that having its own separate engine
running the blower, hammer?, bolt
heading and drilling machines, it fur
nishes its pit a powei so that t lie shop
can be run at any tfuie Independent of
THE WOOD WOKR1XO kli(P
is. brick 120x00 with engine room sep
arate. The engine is of 60 horse pow
er built in these shops. The establish
ment is equipped with a complete out
fit of wood woiking machinery, from
the house of Fay & Co. of Cincinnati.
One prominent feature in this shop is
the large exhaust fan used to blow
sayings over to the boiler room
to be there used is fuel, thus combin
ing economy with safety,
Reund house No. 3, now in course
of construction will be eighty feet
deep, embracing ten stalls to be used
for building and rebuilding - passengt-r
coaches and baggage cars. It is divid
ed into two sections of five stHlls. At
tached to it is a building eighty by
forty (est to be used for storing var
nishing materials ynd car upholster
ing. THE DKY HOUSE
is of brick 20x70 built under the patent
of Curran & Wolf. Theboiler room
is of brick forty leet square, furnished
with three large tubular boilers.
Here will be generated the steam used
in heating the various shops, also
furnishing steam for the hammers and
stationary engines. The boilers are
fifty-six inch shell with locomotive
fire-boxes and smoke-stacks eighty
To the south of round-house No. 3.
is a building 125x50 feet used for stor
ing lumber, and in the rear of this a
well storked luurber-yard of three or
The system of heating used is a
very perfect one, the steam pipes be
ing run under ground, connecting
with the three -large boilers in the
CONTINUED OS SECOXD PAGE
Paradoxical Tlin best tima to catcii
soft water is when it is mining hard.
A Japanese Hotel.
In imagining aJapane.se I otel, good
reader, please dismiss all an-hi'ectural
ideas derived from the Continental or
Fifth avenue. Our hotels -in Japan,
outwardly at least, nre wooden struc
tures two stories high, ofien but one.
Their roofs are usually tha'ched, though
the city caravanserics arc tiled. They
are entirely open on the front ground
floor, anl about six feet from the sill or
threshold rises a platform, about a foot
and a half high upon wh':ch the pro-
1rietor may be seen seated on hi heels
ehind a tiny railing ten inches high,
busy with his account books. If it is
winter, he is engaged in the absorbing
occupation of all Japanese tradesmen
at that time of tlm ve.tr warming his
hands over a charcoal fire in a low bra
zicr. The kitchen is usually just next to
this front room, often separated from
the street only bv a latticed partition.
In evolving a Japanese k.tchen out of
his or her imagination, ttie reader must
cast away the risiivjr conception of
Bridget's realm. Blissful, indeed, ia
the thought as we enter tlx; Japanese
hotel, that neither the typienl servant
girl nor the American hotel clerk is to
be found here. The landlord conies
to meet us, falling on his hands and
knees, bows his head to tho floor. One
or two of the pretty girls out of the
bevy usually seen in Japanese hotels
comes to assist ns and take our traps.
Welcomes, invitations and plenty of
fun greet us as we sit d iwn to take off
our shoes as all Japanese do, and as
those filthy foreigners don't, who tramp
on the clean mats with muddy boots.
We stand up unshod, and are led by
the laughing gins along the smooth cor
ridors, across an nrched bridge with
spans and open space in which ii a
rookery, garden and pond stacked with
gold-fish, turtles -and marine plants.
The room which onr fair guides chose
for us is at the rear end of the house
overlooking the grand scenery for
which Kanozan - is justly famous all
over the empire. Ninety-nine v.alleys
are said to be visible from tho mountain-top
on which the hotel is situated,
and we suspect that multiplication by
ten would scarcely be" -an exaggeration.
A world of blue water, and pines,
and the detailed loveliness of the roll
ing land, from a picture y;hich I lack
power lo paiut with woros. xue water i
seemed the tvp-; of repose, me earxn oi
motion. Lijrpincotfa Magazine,
. HowTac!u i are. Ma3e.
Described in a few words, thd pro
cess-of making ticks i as follows:
The iron, as received from the rolling
millj, is in sheets from three inches to
twelve inches wide, and from three feet
to nine feet in length, the thickness
varying, according to the kind of work
into which it is to be made, from one
eighth to one thirty-3econd of an inclu
These sheets are all cut into about
three feet pieces, and by immersion in
acid cleaned of the hard outside flinty
scale. They are then chopped into
strips of a width corresponding to the
length of the nail or tack required.
Supposing the tack to be out is an
eight-ounce carpet tack, the -strip of
iron, as chopped and ready for the ma
chine, would be about eleven-sixteenths
of an inch thick, and three feet long.
This piece is placed firmly in the feed
ing apparatus, and by this arrange
ment carried between the knives of tho
At each revolution of the balance
wheel the knives cut off a small piece
from the end of this plate. The piece
cut off is pointed at one end, and
square for forming the head on the oth
er. It is then carried between two dies
by the action of the knives, and these
dies coming together form the body of
tho tack under the head. Enough of
the iron projects beyond the face of the
dies to form the head, and, while held
firmly by them, a lever strikes this pro
jecting piece into a round head. This,
as we have said before, is all done dur
ing one revolution of the balance wheel,
and the knives, as soou as the tack
drops from the machine, are ready tq
cut off another pieoe. These maohines
are run at the rate of about 250 revolu
tions per minute. The shoe-nail ma
chines for cuiting headless shoe-nails,
are run at about 500 revolutions per
minute, and cut from thn-e to five
nails at each revolution. When wo
think of the number of machines be
ing nftw run in the United S ates, name
ly, about 1?00. and. Qt tho quantity of
tacks and nails they can produce, it is
as much of a mystery whore they go as
it is what becomes of the pins.
The tatk maker of fifty or sixty,
years ago worked as foil ws: He took
a s:n all rod of iron, and after heating
it in a charcoal fire, hammered it down
;jo as to make a point, then a piece was
T:tGU', ph&ed, jn a vice worked by foot
power, ami the head formed fcy s, fpw
blows of the hammer.
A Learned Foodie,
Once an expert in Paris, finding it
jyas impossible to convince people that
19 w'a3 right and tlQ public were wrong,
taught a poodle to deter:nii,'o hafc W&4
a true antique coin and what was bo
gus. A dealer would bring coins for
sale. Their false characted would be
stated at once, but when the sellers
were disputative the expert would say,
J.'My poodle can tell you without the
least trouble which coin or coins are
false.' The poodle would bo intro- j
dnced. The money would be placed j
on the table, the "good with the bad, 1
and after nosing them for an instant j
the dog would knock off the table with i
his paw all the bad pieces. Of course
this trait of canine sagacity was con- ,
vincing. The man's knowledge was
but secondary with that of the dog, and
the party with the false coins would go
away perfectly eatisfied. The fame of
this dog extended oyer many countries.
There was even the possibility that the,
poodle would be elected an honorary
member of several learned societies,
People would come with coins, asking
for the expert, and when he was absent
would say, "Well, if the master is out
pray let the dog look at them. We will
be quite satisfied with his j ulgmcnL"
Tiie trick was quite simple. The nu
mismatist took care to handle the bad
coii. 3 and not to touch the authentic
pieces. The dog's lino sense of smell
at once distinqiiis!ip4 the pieces his
master's fingers touched, ami he" uri-'
hesitatingly separated the bad ccins
from the ;.ood ones.
iEsthetics on the Billows.
They were an utter too utter crowd
aud right b:'pk of them sat a big. flat
footed chap on his way to tho lumber
"I think this lake breeze is quite too
exhilarating for anything." observed a
young man who ate dinner with green
kids on. ,
'I've got something that beats that
all holler," chipped in the big ruan.
They filled the bottle right up for a
quarter. I don't want to buck agin tho
saloon on board, but if you s iy you've
got cramps, you shall have a pull at
If green kids had 'em he wouldn't
own it, and to cover his embarrassment
another of the party, with eye-glasses
and a white neckrtie, remarked:
"Roll on, thou troubled waters, rolh"
"Oh. you'll git roll enough before
you git across Saginaw Bay," remarked
the big man. "Time this breeze has
been blowing an hour you'll feel like
an old dish-rag hung up to scare, the
White neck-tie gave him a killing
stare, bnt it glanced off, and oue of the
ladles said: - '
IIe struggled bravely with the
"Wi:o was Unit, ma'am? P'raps you
moan my old pard. Y s, he struggled
bravely," and if th"s old lake wasn't jist
a-biliu' then I don't want a cent. Jim
was a good swimmer, but he had to
cave at last."
The whole group gave him a looking
over, but he was shot-proof, atid, turn
ing to Green Kids, he asked:
Think you could save yourself if
this boat went down?"
"Yer possibly might." continued the
man. I went down off that pint above
us about ten years ago, and got through
it, but it was a powerful tight squeak.
If I'd had on one o' them shirts as but
ton behind I'd been a goner. What's
the style o' jours, my son?"
They rose up as one, looked arms and
fassed into the cabin, and the big man
ooked after them and whistled:
Maybe they hain't used to traveling
fust-class and being polite to strangers!
But I'll forgive 'em. Lands! but won't
the starch begin to peel off as soon tie
we slide around the pint. anl git to feel
the sea! Ytmi! yum! But it will be
too enthusiastically billowy for aiij--thing!"
Detroit Free- Press.
The moonbeams hung li-tlessly from
the heavens, as if they had ho part or
lot in the destinies of mankind. The
cricket monoiousy chirped his recita
tive, and the katydid added cheer, to
the evening by piping uj her well
known solo. TV as a lazy, lazy evening,
but Rosalind McGusli was filled wilu
ec-tatic joy, clun-k up to the chin. For
Was not GiKrge Fitzalaniode reclining
on the veranda by her side, im l as he
gaz -d wistfully and somewhat groping
ly into her eyes, he murmured:
"Rosa, my dear, all nature seems to
be in a qniet mood, on sic'i a night as
Oh, Gerrg.. don't sto; to quote Mr.
Shakspenn. If there is any burden on
your heart, drop it."
"And "will you. Rosn. pick it up?"'
and with b:itheJ breath he awaited his
"I wilt, and c:irry it for you with
tenderest love." T . ere was a sound as
of the ripping of shingles oflf a b:irn,
:md the moon shone brighter, tho
cricket put in a Uvlicr chirp, and the
krtt-did t-.opped on the veran l i right
un-.J. r their very ficos ud shooted i;er
!ieeus:tifi in :i -et higher key.
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THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iof app&Ut6,Nau9Aa,toels BG8Uytk
t'hin inthcrfeHa.witha cmll sensation in
the backpart, Pain under the shoulder
blade.J"ullneFS after rating, with a riisin
cHnati oh "to e x er t io nTo fb 6.1y or m ind
Irritability of temper, IiOw spirits.JLqss
of memory, with a feeling of ha v!n nee
Iected some duty, weariness. Dizziness
fluttering bfthelleart. Dots before the
eyea. Yellow Jikin, Headache. Keatlesa
neas at night, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WAENIKGS ABE U17HEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILLSPQN EE pEVELQFfcll
TtJTTS YlilM i"t'ily adapt to
sm-li cagefc.onc ilnne eti' i ta siu-Iiaciiauge
of feeling aa to Kutonlth the aunVrar.
They larrraie tit Appetite, and raiiae the
hod v to Takf on Fleti. thua tlx- cyttom ia
iioiirlkhrii.anii nv t hcirTonle 4-tloion the
Itijrottive Onmn. Krarulnr Wtoola are pro
duced. Price i" ranta. U Marra.T SU,
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray II i r or W max er changed to a Glosy
Hl-ACB fcy a en! apnlicnti;:" f.t this I'v- U
luiparta a natura) colir, ails InstniUixnin-usiy.'
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ped7andnnnacat t.'n;- !o- oriiniowp-iknesa tha
deplorable diseaee reul'in tcn:a ui(ii9creet practicea
or exoeasea in youcb or at any time of life by the onl7
true waytviz: AJirect jypiicatioa mtintf oy ad
sorption, ana exerting its ncirto Influpncecn th
Veeicles, Duct?. ami u'.mi!, XHr.t are oaable to mr
form tbnir natural functions wiriio K:ia disease per
vades the btiman orRanism. 1 lie amol tne rasui.fl
la atteejded with no pinor inconveoience, and does
not interfere with the ordinary pursuits of life; it is
qaickir dissolved and smia alisorlvd, prodacinir an
immediate aocthin and restorative effect tipon tba
nervoaa organirAtions wrecked from vicious habitaor
eiceaaee, ftopp'o the dram mm the system, res to r
in? tbsml ul to health aad scutkI memory, rernov
Ins- tb Dimness of Siht. Confusion of Ideas,
Aversion to Society, etc., etc., and the nppearanc
of premature old nffe usually accompanying tbis
troable, and rostorina tbe viual forces, where tbey
bare ben doruiaot for ypnrs. Tliis-raode of treat
xuent has stood tbe te?t i;i vprj sovore casrs, nd is
now a prononnced sncei,-. Iru re are too Finch pre-ac.itx-d
In this trouble, and, as many ran br wit
ness to, with but little if arn permanent g-od. Thera
is no nonsense atou& hl, 1 ror-i-atioo. l'ncticl ob
servation enables ns to p.i.-iti.i-! guarantee that it
will g-ive eatisfnction. it hca l-cn in trencrul use
foe saiveral yea a ad te huve thotieac'N of testi
monials from Orttmnt-, fts to its vmIu. and it ia now
conceded to be the rms; rational menn yet dis.
covered for reachidjr and curing ttiiavtiy prevalent
trouble, tbat ia we'.i known to be tbe caiisouf un'.oM
misery to so manv.and upon whom quacks prvy wit a
tbeir useless onstrurus and bior fees. The Imedy
Is putupin neat boe.of three ire. No. l.teooujrli
tolast a month.) S3; No. 2. (sufficlect to effect a per
manent cure, unless In sever. ca,l S3; No. 3,
llastins over tbn months, will restore t boae in the
worst condir ion.p !7. !"..it bv mail, in plain wrappers.
Full DIRECTIONS lor usili Will accumyouiy
ttmtl tor !mlrrt Mtesrri price A-ampn-
irtm air ilia -t ntitoniimi Illustration
mid Tentiutnny, which will renaiarc
mtorrtl to prrfect ticnilH. tinrt the vital
orrew thofo'lij rc-ealfibltmhett same
L if arrrr mfffrtca. SolUVXLXbv -
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. PEM1STS.
MarketandethStt. St. LOUI8, MO.
Unsolicited testimony to tha Efficacy Of
Prof. Harris Pastil!, taken from Let
tera receivi tro-n Parronct
Indian", April 11, "i:' I fce hemeriy is working per
fect 17. lladc l'''Tf n-et.kns. f.-r3 years yaat.
Iowa Oct. lihb. Ta I am almot sarprtse.-l at roar
raatiiles. They havr worked li)t acharra on me. lam
just twice as mncb of a lown rj I was bcf jre taklnii. I
waa on ths vere of the frrave, 1 thought, and tn.-r was
no cirs for me, b-jt ir,I am in eood hoes for a cursj.
Wwt Vlnrinin. A. 2. li I rceied yonr medi
cine and I lMivr it has ra-ed roe. for which I am very
thankful. lacioced tiaJ . Picase koud oi another
hoi (No. 21 for a fr.n.. Von have docs a treat tilntf
for me. 1 wiil send von all the orders I can.
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Missonri. Jane 2S Pleave forward me another box
c.f the Patiilea. Tbe r-rtect oo whom I have used
mat of one box, ia addition to a fcumpla box. is fast
recovering, and I tiiltik (icrf-r will set him all right.
From a Druggist.
Maryland. Sept. 2.T9. Lat January weotaboxef
your Remedy for one of our customer, and it hna mad
aperfnetenreof bira. IK e haveaa.'Kner rtwtomer now
sarrnltn In" 1 1 rm i ii'imji anil iii ti Vinthru
jtjff n j
Wagon, Buggy, 2Ia.ch.iiie and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I ftm now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
oi farm and other macliinery, as there
is a good latlie iu ray shop.
PETER HA O EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He U well known as a
- NO. 1 WOUK1IAX.
Xew lrfasonM and Hnrsriei made t
Rlropon Sixth street ooponite S'reiirM's Stable
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
BUliaid Hal! ao4 S iloon g Mam S.u--l, four
door from iiixth at Neville's
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ..LES,
Remeujiier tbe Xante and Plac,
A. G HATT!
JCST tIKM:D ACAI.V,
w, Clean, First Class Mtat Shop,
OiiMain Street ('hi-iht of 5lli. i'lattntoutll
ICvei-j liody on hand for fresh, tender meat.
B0NSv BRICK YARD.
i t lip re;ir uf Hie Jijiinor St;il!e3
OK FOURTH STREET.
Will do Contriict Work ami Guarantee
J. BOSS fc SON,
15m3 riattsmotiil;, eh.
JONES & EIKENBARY
Suceopsors to Jonea & Aguew.
Again takes charge of the Ohi
Brick Livery Stable
FLATTSMOL'TH, - - NEBRASKA.
The old Runner Si ables. in Fl.-ittr-iiioiith. are
now leased by .louts & Likeiiharv snd they
hve on hind New ai:d (utiiitr-onie accoiiiisiodu
tioos, in tht shaiie of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
Wp jti-n liii i;r.';iied to keep HORSES
FOR SALE? TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Tenn.1.
That with plenty of room (that cverv one
know we have) in our stable, w e can t t'i; iur
ers' stock and '.vajjosis, h,v u u;iy, Se., under
cover, tti'eir t!ie- will keep dry.
Tliai.ki ii nil the old patnns tor tiieir uiprali
ty, we ho. it-it tiicir trade for the fut ure, uti.slied
tint we can aecoimnodate them better and do
better by tnein than ever before.
ROly JONES & EIKXU.VRY.
Flour, Com Meal d- Feed
Always on hand and for sale at lowest cash
prices. The hishest prices tiaid for Wheat and
Corn. Particular attention niven custom work.
ever discovered. a it is certain in its ettt-ula
a 'Ml does not blister. Ali-o excclleiit for hu
man flesh. RKAD I'ROOK BELOW.
Youiigstown. Ohio, My leth, l)sio.
int. h. .i . ken OAi-fj & uo., tieiiTc : -l iiad a
very valuable llambletonian colt which I prized
verv highly, he had a lai;:e bone spavin on one
Joint and a small one on the oTker w hb-ll made
liiiii very lame ; I had him under the charge of
two veterinary atiriieoiK whii-h failed to cure
him. 1 was one day read in; t lie advertisement
oi Kendall it npavin l;iire in tne ( hicao I.x
pri'us. I df fermiiied at once to try it, thev or
dered three bottle ; I took them ail an 1
thought I would five it a thorough trial. I used
it aecoi diiiK to directions ami the fourth day
t he colt ce tsed to be lame, and t he lumps have
disappeared. 1 used but one bottle and the
colts limbs are as free from lumps and as
sni(ot!i as any horse In the state. He is.entiro
ly cured. The cure waa so remarkable that I
let two of my neighbors have the rciu.:liiiiig
two bottles. h. are now ii-dng It.
L. T. FOSTER.
Mall's SpyiD . Care '
ON llt'MAX FLESH.
Tat. en's .Mi!N. Wa-h. Co.. N. Y. Feb. 21st. 1ST-.
Jk. R. .J. Kkniai.i.. Dear r-ir : The particu
lar case on whb'h I used vour KemiaiiV spaviu
Cnr wa h inaiiituant ankle ftr:ii!) of sixteen
montb staiKiiiiii. 1 liail tried many thii but
in vain. Your Spavin I'un put the fui lotie
prounil ?H:ain. aud for t he firt tiine im-e hurt,
in a natural posit ion. F"or a fanii.y liniment it
excels anything e ever u.-ed.
Ritv. M. P li.l-L.
Pa-tor of M. F. Chuifh. Puttee's Aiiiis. N. Y.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Snd address for Illustrated ''renin- :;! !;
we think tivea poftlve prowf 4f it virtues
remedy has ever met with Ktie.ii jimju 4i-.ii iie
ces to cur knowledge, for beast a- well a.
frice si. per.Ntttle. or six bt;ies for :.
Ilnir"ii8 hav it or cati uet it for vu. or it
will be sent to any addre-s on rerelpt (1f prir
by the proprietors. UK. B. J.KKXUAU. t'K
KnoxDuig r mis. i. -my
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
business nn.t IWnre tiie pub
lic. You'c;va maie money fast
er al work for us lhaa at any
thing else. Capita! not aked.
We wiil rfait you. l2:id:ty
and upwards made at hmne by
Men irmiim. los pud uirl
wanle l everywhere to work for u. N.w is the
time. You can trk in snare lime only, or elve
yonr whole time to the bnine s. Yon can liv
at home mid do the work Ni other business
will pay you m:riy as No one can fail t
make enormous pay by ers;;:ln it otice. 'r
lv oiiifit n) terni frc. Moeer made fast.ea
iiv ami horjora'ilr. Addie-s
'3oiy Ti.fxSCo.. i:tista. Ifislne.
6S 5 R1 0 Inrjiu'ar r Irotln Outfit.
i -5 Viit-v -H -2v-yr 1 : i n Va r r a rrterf
W HARDWARE TO;
J. S. DUKE
Has jast opened an entire new stock of b?id
tm 'u isawr f?s st' b ts ."Bee: asnsrsc
Ner.tdoor vest of Chapman & Smith's Pru
A Full Line of
SHOVELS. JiAh'ES. SPADES ana
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
HATLS, XATLS, NATL, Itj the Ker
ROPE, POWUFR, SHOT, GRIND
A Full I.'ise of t ITJ.FISV.
Spc:il Rates tt Guilders and Cua-
AH Koids sold as !it ;hf- iiofthly can V-e
a:i'l Iivf. " 4iv
TeMerloiii Meat Market,
W. F. MORRISON, Prop.
VoiistirJy on l:m.
E very thin Fir s t - cl ass,
at Lowest Rates.
Main St.fbetween and Mil S',-.. Xortli Side.
PLATTSMOUTH. NEB. 191y
-1 if: . -: Ti.:-i.ii:-v... i
Jr."'.F."ia'i,lWIJrlll.'i, I -'i i in J.s- l m mlf
NO CHANGING OARS
OMAHA Oil PLATT5.OlJTII
Where dliect connectioiis are niai'.e with
Through Sleeping Car kinos
' r.V." yVuRK, ROSTO.V, nil! ILDELPHIA,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
CC7io SJto'rt JLLrta
Via PEORIA for
IS DIA yA VO LIS. LOU WILL K. C LY f LV
XA TI, and nil inrint'.lu t!ic
tiii: It KST 1. 1 X I. VOl
hi iV Jiiivid Ci;ui.'e!iins me pijule in t he
t MoN l)i;roi' wiiii ihioiuh Meepiiijj Car
Lines for ail puiurs.NOri'il.
TI1F. NKW LINE FOR
THE FAYOttlTE KOL iE I Oil
. . . t . .
The ti!ieniiale;t .i:icnl oIT :ed 1 y tbia
H'.'e tu "I ra velers an. I 'I'oi.i i- is :iri' ns '.. . ; :
''lhe ce!el,i-.il-.'. i'l)!!m;i'i Hi- heel I'l.l.ice
Nloepiii t';-.i-. run onlv on tliis line.
C. It. & i). l'::la.-e lr:ni:-l!-i!!i Cars,
With liorti'i.'s i.,.-;it:ii!c Chairs. No l-.ua
t'liartre 1 ir fieais in i liuiair t hairs. -The
f.i iiioiis C, 1'.. 6 ,. I'ai.iee ;;i,.m Cars.
Gorpeotis Sii.ok ii-,ir C-.:-. tlite.ti wit!: eb-pint
!i ipu-iiat'Kril iiMttan !., v l t liaa-. for
t:. va,!titVo 4 at.-vi-oJ.t-s pas.siiij;i'-rs.
Fast Time, Stet I Lail Truck and Supi-rior
r.iiuipme.nt c.omiurie-l witli I oeir nrrw l urtmgn
i or Arrtmni nt fur. makes uu-, noove ail olln rs.
I he favorite Route to the
riAST, HOL'TII OSt SOL'TII-KAHT,
TRY IT, and oit will liud TU A YELINO a Lux
ury instead of a I ii-.com fort.
Throimh Tickets via this celebrated line for
sale at all of.iecs in the L ulled .States and
111 information about Rales. 5f I'aro, Snep
1i:lt Car AeeoiuiiiiHlntii.ii-, Time Taii'iei,
will be (.'Letltuiiy (.ivuii by aiipiyii: to
tienenil ra.ssoner Clii'-aRo.
T. J. I'iaTTriC,
en-r;il Mimaser. Cbicairo.
y 9 A .8 tm F A c rs, u i-1 ' n -i i ci:b
ijKll I LtcT C-ii.j ,j: t.C 1.1 Itjc
tjrlclui lt i ti.trl t.ne.I; Lv hmivi t :-:ia.
Tc tut U U.rn, ;Ih grtt Tt fr, I I.. I . i.li ti t: tl Irrv,
ar.d (rive t.-ini thai will iMfer. a u r rvrr a uunl k.
Adrr IVi :.K IIOXAL Ti K. (ti., .. .i m. Le,;,. l
1 - made lrnm a iiuiie rromc.-il f.eaf of liar
Value, and is i'naitlve Remodv ior all the
di-eae I hat i-aii-e pains in t lie lor part of
the. body for Terpi-I Liver Headache .L nu
ii.-e 1 if-iue-. ; i -ivi-1, Malaria, and ail dtm-
euitieset ilw Ki'.'i:e. Liver and Crinni-v ir-
Inr Ffinslr Ii e-ie. M 1 1 n! v .Men-
sir. inl ion. and diiriujr lrejii:-.!!.--y. ir Iia no
etjc.d. it restore lhe or.m- t'j':it -ri-.'.-e the
blood, and lie:;i-o i 1 1: be-t ISlo'nl 6'ii ri ;i"r.
1 1 is iln o;dy l.-nmvn r -medy Uiar rme- that
S.-o n.re. t'ri;.it a ti-e-. I-(.r ni.inrlc,
l:-e tt'aniPr's T.- lifih't-- 4 inc.
For S il -!.y !)::::-! af'd Oea.'er v.! .s!
l'l-ri'iili;.'. l.arii-i itt!e m i ne mai Ket. 1 ry it.
il. H. AVAUM.U A CO.. Roehesier. N. Y.
h-gS-y poiij;.oa f.t.rf.-.o ever tt-e sxlo.re
ocir. f-:.-iio.i an.1 ivr-!-terirc; the draft,
it it t!.e en'tHprst a ire it costs no more
tf.sn infr;.:r trar-'da, ar.d one box wid do
tri work cf two of i otre&r A.ra Creasa
mad, ilfcr.-s-.- rs f. aii vfcd I.,-, Iiirvcsttrv,
Mai Ortirav, Tbrv.iilna- Mtchlres. Cor n-Plaa tera,
Oarriainw, iinvrr-, tc. ffj., a lor V. avonc. It ia
CUARA'JTttD tocor-taln no Petroleum.
t or aa! by a a i"; rv-c&m dealer. ZJf- Our foJtM
CycUd.im o Tkiir;w Wank A-otrin IntLiW'tl tlGe.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
SI Michigan Avanvij, Chicago, flilnols.
ARE PAID itwt o!ri;prf1iBahle4 hy ecidet
r otb-rwisc. A VIMf f inr kind. It s f-f
flntrrft twrte. KL ITIHH, i f tuttli in;
fi;zctnt!s Luri: i r nrk'iik Winn fciTe a
teofl"n. Under c&w thottsandj are en
i.tie-l io An merest uf j.cuioa. Witos. r
phftn and dependent fi4lftr OT mvthrff of
old! ers ct a yrbMion. Sc-ivd 5t moii loi copy
lo-it-n.!,.! a Int. Pk-rw ItlA tlaiok'w ( u.
. pffSlrmmw-L jiitv,i,T;yTr.fejaa'L
SrA r si Sen
S V . .,., p-I M;cn rr I-:ni.ti. , I
9 ?.-5?i--i. . 3 EST and, CHEAPEST J
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS. CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
We c;irrv the hle.-t i-tock of CANNED (JOOIJS in this Citv.
SSr Fiuo Teas a Specialty,
C. S, MaKliy's "Oil WMf Brand of Baltimore Oysters.
t-'i-'CASH I'JVXID FOE COU1TTI1 T IPTZOJDTTCTZtM
,otIs Sirliveres! rice in any ;nrt of"Ui; city.
Gonlaini Pepsin, Rhubarb, mandrake f Gentian
And cure Dy.-etisia, Ijss of Apetite, IJillioii.-.ttern ati-1 lt ranp; menta
of tiie Stomach arising from over-eating and drirkin. l'roarfl only li
nicou.x sikiiicim: am m m rici i:i:i.f. co.r
LEAVE fvi WORTH, KANSAS, an.l for r!c by all Dru jt-.
The Old Grocery Si
Although Lection is over we are not done .-l!iner goods, y a long shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOQKS OF GOODS, OF ALL RINDS IN THE TOWN.
Groceries, 15ry gfal5 Gfiaf cSb
Crockery ware, dieper
TIit nicest Green Winter Apples for Bale Over '2liO Uairtl.H down Cellar
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, T ALLOW, d-C, at
JF7. S. I !'.. 7 VvW,
m reserve-si jr
TO GIVE TECvdl A'OALL.
(irenl elianee to make moii
ey. TIiok. vli al-.vajM take
ativant.ijte of Hit g o 1
elianers fur rn;ikii; inoney
Bthatare elTereil, eenerall'v
I'etoine wealtliv. wliilftliey
who do rK't improve .iich elianeea remitii in
poverty. We want int:iv men. women, how anil
KirlB to work for in right in their own localities.
Anrenee.in do the work properly from the
ftrnt etart. The lnisines will pJ'v moi-e than ten
tiineconlfnarywnea. Kxpeimive outfit furnish
ed free. No one who entire laii t'make inor. -ey
rapidly. 1'on cjii dr-y ote ymir v k il I line to
the wnrk. or-.nly vour spare monit-tits. Fiiiliti
forniation find all that l needed nz m il
dress 35lyl Htisvoh Si ., t itt '.'r-
I. F. BAUMEISTER
Ktirnlfiira Kreuli, Tutu Mi'.U
KpccUl ealla attended t. ami Kre.h Y.llK
irnra tame cow fitrtil'Iied when wanted. 41y
H Witriiva. ktav!nlnnt Whllamnal HnntlaitO
k 'It... ImiwDWdHi. foliii r.J.lt.i riMikiiuiu
mfoJ torygurowu nftff or vprtiiali, "irpo.a Vatoablra
W Ba lotaetr& tUUJIl'bOj to., 1ft kmuBb tara.
. r em i" rree.
xjnl,rlyr.in wi,i,ii rMi. h
f i. w.u a linwrrowujul Kalr. ?.'hlie. or iluiu'i.tii
19 fcr'ua'lv rrt.'rti.'c.l
fcv -upraoa ti Co., S Cliucaa i?iloc ITew Zan..
r.i. CSirl-, fiirt4 t, fit. Louis, Ho.
In ) Ml ll'sl Vt;.i. h:-. Iw'O
: : i-.- i r k i - t- .r xtxl't'yicim la ! ..r'.!?.i a
rt. t;.". ir i r.iij r-;.! &t Know, ti.ilil.rt,
w-u.-.-.. ; . :tj-:i:tare, Oix;i-tia. Jiunturc.ai
'.vrvE ''"t.io r-r lu.-Tr.iri:J li:t f.Li of
Vi. x ' f-camv-i S 'sit, J'ti lolv.
: : .-. Sxv ;J Ir-iUiiy end Ir-.vxjtftieT
. s -.Mf- 1 fcul rv4N iu n-.;.i .jr.,r
- i.r f. :r? '.-''im.riy .r..'ici:' ner-o:iba.,B.t.io
' rt-m a :b-.i:!, l;iTin.M ni t:j-l-...'tfe-r:v ir.em-
: -i.-; I v, f.rvio, to aooity .na'ion of
. ! : r.i -.Jizu- (wviT.n;.::-, l--.ror;fio.-ic mar.
i or it mail fra o ia Invilwi. PnmpUiet oat
:'. r..fc jiriruj a.at lf iru.ii or eritrfchs. 'ura
;..rs.rl9k.J. Wh-ffl dunbt exiM It ia irur. K i y rrf.
- A C3 a B A IT i 280.
';-!'. via r-f r w vi r vi
w i r v r. o
":!;wtsr Vh tn-.j m,.rr, nut, whr.
n r-z , . r .-i I L.;;.'i3 j sn iy bo I
nf ?iary ml rni m'iny mri. TKoh-j lanrrlhil
, it-- Js- ". S: "5 ct&. in.sjl in njorv?y or jo:-
Ao:;t;. Arilnu;.; the :o ln-r i.';r.ti fc U lo.w
r3a W j&
73" Chtf"Ut 3, S. Leu:?, Ws. a' oH r.?r,
d:::iD iscuro kr rv-.-.v.'a SoriUiVii W-sJf
raa, lT.joT.,y.a i ef - i-jL-; t tvnorrha,
G.ot L, UritVAi-:' AslctSer ! j,.-c tit cs
rnrl in a v r! A): riio ciisw." , .- -V-i trj-1
alf-aiin, r;- 'ioreijw iri cnrn t'.i l:. w'.h w.f
ijicina. - A4aw Xr. t'.-iifcrte ir.ir. VtJi or wnto
Ui Prifl cnii lnt'. fc'mttjri Hook forrivfmamp
falARRIACE GUIS liVolS;.
rrtiiUisd ISi? at 12 K. S'.teet, S7. K3.
'T EE Phvsiciaos ic cliarte of thi old arjl well kno-a
i ic.tiluiion are reular cra.iuaK- ia onliriuo m
-.'e-rv. Yean at Experience ia tba treatment of
--.ron:c ijiaeauea h.vM th..r l . 1 1 m.i bk,i,.
- so -jo a u per lot to trial of lu or.imarv practitioner. !
..... ...eT.,, Bcnunea a nauouai reputation lcruU(,a
. . . . . . ' 7
iriUlSURETIDil 0W tXPOSUrit Prfjr:3g
YOU MO M FN mUdiftiff.! oi-e
iiitibi iiiMiiuri i mitfyrintf from org-aiiic . aX
nM UmU eatita Its via-tiim for buiofls or mMi-rLt -9.
PATIFPfTB TPEATeO " Erprt-
V""-," f"--i"i ""'i. ..!. i, PHEEl,.,i,
rrifmfmt Hl-OUsilf I I w it f.imot S:n:....l
f ir.?-''fln'u.- io" t-f i t Awf-lim to Hofiry
Ii- fr".L.iie oitroiri enj L'itC n t.ro wtit on ' r h!5-
: J t-
m 1 y-i
- N ' 1-J L.l
Thf majority of the tilt mf thm h m mM
hodjf miiff from a ilrfnttfrmr-nt f tht.
t,lver, nfftrting l.nli t fit Mlmnrh mit
fcotrrla. In nvdvr It tifrrt a rurr, it im
weerirrif to rrntarr tiie rmutr. Jrrm
ttf and fttig(i-H ift ntl of lhe Hfrfm,
lirittt'irhr.Sir.kttftufgt the tttovttfrh, Jotv
In Ifir Hark and Loinr, ft"., indicate that
tfrn L,irr ia at janlt, mi l that tiature r
iuirrM ainta iirr -jirri.o thi mtga-t t
t 'irow ojj ' iriipai lltn .
I r I C It ! y A ? 1 8 Fi 1 : t r rt e mj.-rim 1 1 y
com, j i.iii. cli-.d for thi.i i urptnr. Thrtf ai-r
tnild in tttfir urti-ax und jf'tlv mm s
rure; a r j 'r'i.:.irr t t - Hf tni.tr tft.d ittl.-rn
eatil'i I. rj htt n i ', iUl f.. m.dudut.m. Ta
ken iii-rur r. t 'a ! r ' Hn -w, thry are a
i'fe ti nft.i -': in it I run r lyyHf-Ti,i!."t,
i:nt:i(.! Icl:-Ult.Ltr.litual fm-
hliial2f rll, UJvvO ti ::Ulltt'.Vr.,
etc., etc. -I IJ!rt.tl . uritier
ore uuptrior to 'tt'j t l.'irr mnidnr;
tlennin'j the " .'.'. rtnifliln, wxtl
i .ii p trti.f nrir lifr n . I . ner(ffp tu I lie I u -.
ralitt. It tm a IllCiii . Iilf a tut not ,
Inioxk nt I tll tti-r.-ntge.
asi ycu tucsisT rcR rnicjif ts:i cintrs,
and tcite lllio'ler. J'-.i . il OO i.t r 1,.,
BITER Bn23. CC, - il'Jl ?TZTlUZr.
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vr 1 i.i
UOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful imrmdencn cann iic
- ut JJeeay. Kurvon. Ta.li He t.- -.v...l
covered aFimPlBelfc.!iv, which v-'.ll iad IC3G
iiULf Lfl. U iU Vain pvi-.v . "Own rmn-v httji rimm
to big f.J!tw-:ni(T.'r. ra, a.l.lr,M J, fl. UfctTv
X UFFERF 7?? frCTa M Canarr, or laJ ir
w ltd mutt V biuf ktiuiud by .l sx
"amjTeeor tor LKCCOKRHli or WHfT.-. ivuiila ir
cuacs cleet aud cftNOEawcj
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result OI rrt.-riiilnr... . ..j
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