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Commissioner's. Proceedings, .'.
I '. '. Dec. 5th 1881.
5oard met pursuant to adjournment
In regular' session. Ilresent Samuel
Richardson, I. Wiles and James Craw
ford, Commissioners; J. D. Tutl, Co.
After which the following was done
Order allowed John Philpot, Jr.t
Supervisor Road District No. 34, on
Order allowed Frank Dobney, super
visor road district no. 44 on school
Order allowed John Wayman to be
drawn in favor of J. M. Patterson
County Treasurer, aud applied on his
personal taxes . 8 1 50
P. P. Gass registering, for elec-
tion 1881. 9 00
M. Ilartigan, fer s for legal ser
vices by Judge Pound 85 00
C. Heisel uae of room for elec
tion, Nov. 8tb, 1881 3 00
Baker & Atwood, merchandise
for paupers 23 30
J. P. Young, m'dise blanks, &ft
for Sheriff 10 85
F. S. White, merchandise for"
W. S. Wise, regerisleiing for
election 18S1 0 00
Board then' adjourned to meet at 9
o'clock, Tuesday, Dec. 0th 1831.
Board met pursuant lo adjourn
ment, full board present.
After which the following was don'
Order allowed J. C. Williams super
visor road district, no. 54, for $25 dol
lars on district fund.
The following claims were then al
lowed on general fuud;
F. Stadelmann, boarding jury
men, charged to J. D.Tutt. . . 3 00
I. Pollard, work on road 08 25
F. R. Guthman, rent for grand
Jury room 9 00
Wm. Winterstein, registering
election 1881 9 00
J. D. Tutt, issuing certificates
of election Xov. lSSl. . 44 3
J. D. Tutt, salary and expense .
account, Nov. 18S1 . . 124 75
Fred Gdrder, coal for poor
house 9 80
Nebraska IIekalb, sundry
printing 112 75
J. V. Weckbach. merchandise
for paupers 10 00
F. Goos, boarding jurymen.... 4 20
Application of R. D. Morgan was
presented, asking leave to run a ferry
across the Missouri river, at or near
Flattsmoutb, was presented, vidence
having been given satisfying the com
missioners that the law had been com
plied with in the case; application
granted for the term f one year at the
rate of ten dollars per year, and the
following rates of ferriage established:
Two horses and Wagon, 81.00; one
horse and buggy -or wagon, "Scents;
man and horse 50 sents; footmen. 10
cents;. hogs and sheep, 3 cents per
head. Freight per hundred 5 cts.
Order allowed Mrs. L. A. Lee for
05.00 for groceries on J. V. Weckbach
Order allowed James Sewell on road
district number 7 for 84.00 in lieu of
supervisors road receipts.
Order allowed N. Trook, supervisor
road district no. 3 for ten dollars on
Order allowed W. Schleifert. super
visor road district no. 23, for $36 on
Order allowed Jerry Arer for 8138
on general fund, for grubbing aud
cleaning out road 190, or Porter road
as per contract.
Order allowed Frank I3rookh3rt,
supervisor road district no. 3-i on II.
A. Waterman for 500 feet of lumber
for use of district.
Order heretofore made in favor of
Mrs. Korasky for coal is heieby re
voked from this date.
Board then adjourned to meet at
0 o'clock. Dec. 7th, 1831.
Dec. 7th, 1881
Eoard met pursuant to adjournment.
Full Board present.
Cost biil state vs Tames Marrion
Petition of J. W. Johnson, et al..
asking an appropriation from the gen
eral fund to pay expenses incurred in
bringing sufferers irotu Mills county
Iowa, during the high, water of last
spring. Petition rejected.
In the matter of the petition of J. C.
Cummins, et al for a county road, com
mencing at the quarter section corner
n the south side of section 2: in
township 12, north of range 13, cast of
Cth P. M running thence north on the
quarter section-line 1 miles to the
southeast corner of the northeast
quarter , of 'the northwest quarter of
section 4, same town and range.
Also to vacate all that' portion of
road no. 103 on the line dividing the
ast half and the west half of the
uorthwest half and the east half
and the west half of section 14
township'' 12, range 13, petitiou
granted. The same having been ad
vertised and the commissioners ap
pointed to locate and vacate having
reported in favor of such location and
The fellowing damages - 'wers al
lowed: Tbos. Wiles, Jr. 825.0O, Mrs.
IVAdama, 840; Mrs. R. Akim noth
ing. The same ordered to be drawn
on the road district fund.
The following claims were alio wed
on general fund:
B.C. Yoeaians, bailiff for Ihe
Nov. term of dist. court, '81. 12 00
James Sage bailiff for Nov.
term of dist. court 1881 ; 14 00
F. J. Metteer, bailiff for Nov.
termaf district court 1831.. 14 00
J. R. Polin, bailiff for the Nov.
of election, as shown by . the returns
from each precinct.
The accounts for same of F. J. Met
teer and Benord Hem pie to be drawn
in favor of J. M. Patterson, County
Treasurer, and applied on their per
sonal taxr '
The following claims were then al
lowed on bridge fund: . - -
term of dist. court, 1881 . 22 00
W. 1'J Shryock, 8 days deputy
clerk 10 00
M.McElwain.O days bailiff. . .. 17 00
J. R. Polin, boarding prisoners 70 00
C. G. Herold, clothing for isu- ".
pers....... ... . ....... 15 78
Henry Boeck, repairing chair
for court house 50
J. C. Eikenbary boarding pau
pers.... .... 91 50
R. W. Hyers, salary &c. . . . 43 15
Omaha Republican 58 00
J. M. Patterson, stamps, cards
&C 47 15
G. D. B&rard & Co., blanks,. . . 14 50
E. II. Woolev, assisting county
clerk &c.. 71 10
J- H. Buttery, glass, putty 2 83
Ordered that the county clerk be
and is hereby instructed to draw war
rants in favor of the clerks and judges
B. G. Hoover, for road scraper. 9 00
Q. W. Quackenbush, lumber
for road district 105 16
U. V. Mathews, nijs &c, for .
road district 1 15
Order allowed W. J. White on
contract of 1881 .". ....1000 00
Ordered that the county clerk be
and is heieby instructed to make
leastf to C. II. Parmele and J. M. Pat
terson, of the west 10 feet front by
45 feet in depth of lot 8 in block No.
;50 in Ilsttsmouth city for :a term of
ten years; unless said propeity should
Le sold by' Cass County, for the sum of
850.00 rental per year, payable in ad
vance. His ttlcO understood the said
parties of the first pai-t frc o erect a
brick building 10x40 or 45 feet one
story high, to have iron roof and irtii
window .shutters, and to be in all re
Ordrre I that aij order for the sum
of 8215.00 be drawn in fa0i' of A, M.
Smith, trustee for heirs of C. M. Smith
and for A. B. Smith, being in full of
damages claimed and allowed as addi
tional damages to cpjpunt heretofore
allowed for location of County rad
from. Billings Avenue, southwester
ly,, to intersect road running south
from Chicago avenue, at or near
Doud's, and also for a consent road
from 8o;lh east corner of northwest
quarter northwest quarter section
nir.teen, township twelve and range
fourteen, hereto allowed. ,
We the uudri:jed hereby consent
to th location of a county road, com
mencing at the southeast corner of
tire northwest quarter of the north
west Quarter of section fourteen town
ship twelve taijgp fpijrteen.easj; of 6th
P. M., thence running west bout
two-hundred and fifty feet,- or so far
as is necessary to intersect county
road lately laid out from Billings ave
nue in Piattstnouth City," in a southf
westerly, direction 3ro?s O'Neill es
tate, land of Jane Porter, A. B.
Smith and Smith estate.
A. M. Smith.
Trustee of heirs of C. S. Smith
A. B. Sjjith.
Dec. 6th, 1881.
Ordered that the County Clerk be
and is hereby instructed to have Coun
ty Surveyor set stakes on each side of
county road, located from Billings
Avenue, in PlattsmoutU City, through
O'Neill estate, and thence south west
erly through land of A. B. Smith aud
estate of C. S. Smith. And he is also
heieby instructed to advertise for hav
ing the same road cleared out and
graded through timber.
The following claims were then al
lowed on General Fund:
A. N. Sullivan, postage &c. . .8 60 50
Sam'l Richardson, services as
County Commissioner..,,., , 10 00
Isaac Wiles services as County
Commissioner 9 00
Jas. Crawford services as Coun
ty Cotiimwsioner 17 50
Tho following cost ljijs were allow
ed oa General Fund:
J. M. Patterson vs Z. C. Went-
worth 8 6 5
State of Neb vs Frank Ruby . . 1 50
G- W. Maytield 89 38
Grant II logins ) W
" E. Fish... 15 83
- Wm. Hill 45 83
' Cramer.. 32 28
John Lane 62 43
" Walter Brown 53
' G. Metzger.... 83 00
Cost bill, of Pettit Jury 334 50
Grand Jury 139 00
Grand Jury, &c.
- W. C. Sliowalter,
drawing Jury, &c . . . ... 2 CC
Board then adjourned to meet Jan.
27th. 1881. -
Attest; S. Richardson, r
Isaac Wiles. V 0
Jas. CuAWFORD, coaQls
J. D. Tutt. Co. Clerk. .
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The Press.- - ; , . ...
- "Take up the newspaper wherever
you find it, and its whole soul is de
voted to helping forward our . gi eat
state," said Governor Nance at ti e
riattsmiuth banque, and it is very
Yet the newspaper men get little
credit for it. The newspapers of Lin
coln have made this city what it is;
and if their advice had been in many
particulars," more strictly follow wed,
our citizens would find themselves
much better to do. Capital as a rule
i tiniid even to cowardice, and a val
ue received must be in sight ere it
moves. . We do not mean to say that in
in a business sense this not the correct
principle, but towns arn't made just
axactly in that kind of way; that is,
no town such as Lincoln is- this day.
There are locations where towns could
be Luilt up without making so many
sacrifices, thanks to great natural ad
vantages, but this was not the case
with Lincoln. Lincoln had to fight
for what she has and thanks to the
press, our people did not fight. The
result of it is that to-day Lincoln has
secured such advantages as will en
able it to build up rapidly in the fu
ture. The men who were timid have
read the papers; they became imbued
with the enthusiasm this wind if you
please-of the editorial fraternity;
they have opened their money bags
and they have grown wealthy, while
as a rule the editor has grown, poor.
The press , is the picket guard that
moves in advance of the prosperity of
the people; its members expase them
selves In the front where danger is
the thickest, and are often obliged to
take to task respectable people who
are lacking the brains to understaud
that the prosperity of the masses
is essential to personal prosperity;
when the press has cleared , the waye
the masses move forward and forget
the faithful work of those who were
on picket duty. . It is so in war to
and it remains true in peace. A news
paper man is net a speculator, he de
voles his lime and such abilities as he
is possessed with, for the good of spec
ulators; he puts his own money in an
engine of civilation, for the good of
thf masses: he has to pay his printers,
and hi Lrain work and his devotion
are sacrificed to the mercenary pur
poses of the many. Tl. is is as a nl'.
the fate of newspaper men. No town
more that Lincoln, has cause to disre
gard this rule, for no town ever
owed so ipUfjJi to its pnpers; and we
beg to assure the people that our newf
paper men will not object to travI
along with them on the road to pros
perity, now that their efforts have
made that road a plain one and cleared
it of all dangers. We thank Governor
Nance for enabling ua to put this in;
lie at least knows what newspaperi
can do. Lincoln Democrat.
The new tewn in Nemaha Ceunty,
Nebraska, t he crossing of the B, &
M. and Missouri Pacific Railway1, ha
been named Carson.
Centrally located, in the Garden
County of Nebraska, and at the crow
ing of the two great Railroad thor
ouahfres, and on a level and cm
manaing plateaa of tbp Nemaha Val
ley, this town has advantages pos
sessed by no other in the interior.
It is the agreed purpose ef the pro
prietors and owners te expend all the
proceeds of the sale of lots in build
ing Klevators, Hotels and ether busi
oebi iiCM3.es, and thus aid in making
the commercial centre of fhe interior
ef Nemaha County.
No lack of money or enterprise
stands in the way of making Carson
a prosperous and central business
town, and the town company can con
fidently invite the public to invest and
locate in this new and rising city.
Application in person or by mail
can be made to the following officers
Jko, L. Carsok,
J. II. Brady,
T. C. Hacker,
A. R. Davisox,
J. W. Ford,
F. E. Johnsox.
Ws receive from Washington the
8ollowing instructions about "north
ers" which may be ef interest to our
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER,
Washington, D. C, Nov. 10, 1881.
Instructions No 168. A system of
warnings for northers, to be carried
into e.oeutjon by co-operation of rail
roads traversing .the districts subject
to such storms.' will be at ouce insti
tuted by the Signal Service.
When northers are approaching
these districts, notificatioi.s will be
Mlaph4. tp central station on
each co-operating rail road, to be
thence distributed by tho cant ral sta
tion lo designated points along the
line of each road.
Telegraphic expenses incident to the
saryipe Ltwepn this fficead the cen
tral stat ions, and U piisfs incurred
for purchase of bulletin hoards, bull
etins, stationary &c, will be borne by
The distribution of warnings, as
herein contemplated from the central
station, wjjl be made by eacli rail road
and without epene ta t)ij,i orjce.
Notifications of northers will be did
cretionarv with this office. Informa
tion, in the name of the Chief Signal
Officer, of their approach wMlbesent
by telegraph to such central stations
as is thought will suffice to give due
and proper warnings to the sections ef
Officers charged with special duties
will take the necessary action. '
W. B. II A ZEN,
Brig. & livt: Maj. Gen'l,
Chief Signal OfScer, U. S. A..
'Omaha is the central-poiut in Neb.,
and Plattsmouth one of the stations
at which bulletins will be received. '
Jftidnigtit In a frison.
There is something very polemu in
largo ponvi t prison nt midnight. - A
faint sound of L-a't'y slumber comes
from the c lis wh'-re the convicts sleep.
Perhaps there are a thousand, perhaps
only five hundred, un lergoing punish
ment; but whatever may be the; num
ber, oue is conscious that nowhere else
save in a convict prison culd so many
' human beings sleep with so. little to in
terrupt the ge&fas of calm, repose.' In
the same number of people tuken from
the or.Iitiarv world th: re would be
slight somisls arising from ""niojlrtrnare
following on digestion perhaps from
some reminiscence troubling; the con
science- on the question whether the
atrort? steps t:ike-n for tha- payment of
that bill vra n in ihe circumstances
sligh:lv harsh, or some otFiiisfprbing
recolleclion;:i here might also be uneasy
thoughts od. dreams creative of. rest-Icssiie-s.
Ko'up of thes? trouble dis
turb tiie slJw'n af 1 he l ahilual criminal.
This is not bcaus ? his c nscience lies
easy an h".m, hut becauso he Joea not
possess the ariiole known -.q 9 rest '
tho world as a cousei. nci'. Heaca he
neither' enjoj-s the satisfaction of '. Its
healthy and genial condi;in nor the
troubles attending on its -inflictions,
and it is with him essentially that the
"Prayer for Indifference, by.Greville.
as it may be found in t!;o old "Elegant
i.ractsr,' s granted. Blackwood1 $
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SYMPTOMS OF A
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Bde,jfjMB8aftereating, with aHisin
clination to exertion of body or mindj
Irritability of temper. Low spirits. Loaa
of memory, with a feeling of having neg
leetecj some duty, weariness, Dizeinaaa,
JPlxifjejing of tliJHeBrt, Dots i before the
eyeaTV ellowHfekinrf eadache, Meatless
ness at night, hichly colored!. Urine.
IT THESE-WA&NTHGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON EE DEVELOPED.
TU IT'S FILLS are especially adapted to
surl fwa,one dose effects luehsr bange
of TeelinK ava q astonisli the sufferer.
They InrrraM- thr A pet Jtr, andctuise the
bodv to Take on rinta. thus the nytlbm is
naari.hed.and bv theirTonle Artlonon the
Ii-MenPua' Besmlar Ntoola arapro-duJed-
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or Whisk ks changed toaGtoesT
Buck by a single application of this Dye. It
Imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously,
tola by Druggists or sent by expreM ou rcipt of 1.
Office, 33 Murray St., New Tone.
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ical Boience. A poi''wljr pffnetive Kmedy for tha
SPvedyaDdparmnnuot turM ir orjpiniu wenkcera tha
daplorabla diaaiise rcsuitini; tram indiscreet prnctioaa
or fxoesass ia youthorat unyiinienf life by the only
trufl jrs.7,T'3. Oirect AppiiCittioa action by Ab
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Vesicles. XHicta. ami Clnnn. tliat are r.cahlo to per
form their natural ftioctioos wbile tcis diseaso per
v&deatfae hamao orfjaniru. TUe ude of the Pastllla
Is atWDjdMl witl do pain or iaconven!ea?e, and does
Dot taterfere with theordinary pursuit of life; it ia
JnickJr dissolved and soon absorbed, producing an
mmediata sootfait'a; and rMorativo eliectnpon tha
nerrona onraniMlk-na wrecked from Tiuious habit, or
exoeeses, stopping the drain from tho system, reetor
lu utr in."id to health and sound memory, rmnot
lna The Dimneea of Slgbf. Confuioa of ioMia,
Aversion to Society, etc.. etc., and the appearance
of prematura old ae usually accompanying this
trouble, and restoring the ital forces, where they
bare been dormant for years. 'Xhia mode of treat
ment haa atood tne te-t Ui rry serere cases, and ia
now a pronounced .ulceus. Diuga are too mac. pre
scribed in this trouble, and, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but little if any permanent good. Thoro
Is no nonsense about t!Ji 1 r.: iriti a. Practical ob
aerratloa enables ns to positively guarantee that it
will give satisfaction. It has been in general ass
for ebvernl yeaMi sad we thousnndz of teeti
noonia'.. from patients, m to It. value, mod it 1. now
roDCwdew to be tue mmt nttjoaal nieuns yet dis
covered for rearhiatf and curici; thievery pre7aleot
trouble, that is well tmws to be the ranse of untold
misery to so many. and npon whom quacks prey with
their useless nostrums and big f'-ea. The llnmrr
is put up in neat boxes, of tarue ir.. No. l,ienou?;ti
to last a meatn.) S3; fa. S. iBarhciect to effect aper
tssnent cure, unless in severe cae. 5; No. 8,
tlasMng over three months, will restore t horn la tna
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letm at vina Anatomical Illustration
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t Hm naM mkejUical tlutt fJsey earn r
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HARRIS REMEDY CO. KFI CiEKSIS.'
Martetand8thSta. St. LOUI3, MO.
Unaoileitex ttlrnon" tP FT?!'W
Prof. Harris Pastill, taken Tfomlst
ter received from Patrensi .
. Indiana, April 11. TV Ihe Hemedy is workiiur Pat
fectiy. liadepileyy from vrakn..!t, Tor 8 years past.
Iowa, Oct. 10th, TU. I ara almost surprised at yotir
Pastilles. They have worked lilif a charm on me. lam
just twice as much of a man as I was before taitins. I
was on the verge of the jrmve, 1 thoucht, and there waa
ao core for me. bat now 1 am in good hopes for a cure.
West V 0nt4, I Teemved yrjnr mdt-
elae aad I believe il iia. cureJ rae, kw rnu.cn t
thankful, lnolosed lind sj, PUase sea4 me anotfte
box I No. 2', for a friend. Yon have done a sxaat talag
fbrawa. 1 will send yon all the orders I can.
- From a Physician and Surgeon. ' .
M iastrart Jan JR. Please fov.rard ma another bos
of the Pastilles. The patient on whom I have used
SBOat of oast box, in addition to a sample box, is fast
raogrertaa. and I think another will set bin ail risns.
- From a Druggist.
Marrland, Sept. X19. Inst January- we got a box of
rcur tt-siusuy tor one oionr eustomers, ana is baa mean
tentti,r4uf him- We have aaotber custTvaer now
t in rtite sUg -; fcpu wuta e-oa tj i rvi - -
J and Debilitated, f
r3"?"?l A trial of it will prors allL
Vk L.U. a
(TZlEl S. M -mW MM I m wBBBSBBaSaSBwaBBBX
BY YEARS CQ tiV OF OSEt
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
l am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of. farm and ether machinery, as there
is a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop,
lie is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Sew W axons and Bneztest avade to
Shop on Sixth street Apposite Straight's Stable
MACHINE SHOPS !
Plattumontli ; - Nebraska
Repairer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Qrist Mills,
GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS.
Wrought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Plpes.Steatn
Gauges, Safety Valve Governors and all
kinds of ras Gogine Pitting,
repaired oa short notice.
Also all kinds of
JUST OlEN'ED AGAIN.
S tic, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Main Streel Corner of 6th. I'lattsmouth
Every bodv on liana tor fresh, tender meat.
B0NS' BRICK YARD.
In the rear of the Ionnor Stables
ON FOURTH STIIEET.
READY A1TD FOR SALE.
Will do Contract Work nnd Guarantee
15m3 Plattbtnouth, Neb.
JONES & EIKENBARY
Successors to Jones & Agnew.
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Livery Stable,
PI.ATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA.
T. lie oia Bonner Stables, in riiittumoutli. are
now leased by Jones & Eikenbarv and they
nave on nana iscw aia hanasonieaecoiamoda
tions, in the shape of '
HORDES, CA RRIA GES, BUGGIES,
V'e are now prepared to keep HOR8K8,
FOR SALES TRADEI
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms. .
That with plenty of room that every one
knows we have) in our stable, we can cet Farm
ers' etock and wygons, load s ol hay, &c, under
cover, wiit-re tney "via Keep dry.
Tnat.kinir all the old patrons for their liberal!
t v. we solicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that we can accommodate them better and do
better by them than ever before.
501y JONES & EIKtfflARY.
PL A.TTSMOUTH, NEB.
C. UEISEL, - Proprietor.
Flour, Corn Meal tfr Feed
Always on hand and for sale at lowest cash
prices. The highest prices paid for Wheat and
t.;orn. rarticuiar attention given custom worK
rfJK Atl.H Sli.lLS.1f Lb
evertiiscovered. a- it Is certain in Its effects
ami tloes not blister. Also excellent lor hu
man llesh. READ PROOF BELOW.
COL. Li. T. FOSTER.
Yc1'-"?3!0"! 'th 1S80
Dr. B. J. Ken t ALL & Co.. (ienls : -I had a
very valuable HainbletoRian colt which I prized
verv hijjlily. he had a large bone spavin ou one
iolnt and a small one on the other which made
liiui very lame ; I had him under the charge of
two veterinary surjjeons which failed to cure
him. 1 was one day reading the advertisement
of Kendall's Spaviti Cure iu the Chicago Ex
press, I de:ertniued at once to try it, thy or
ticreit three bottle; I took-them ail an J
thought 1 would Kive it a tliomiiirh trial. I used
it ai;i.rt1;p:j to f!;ectiiia aiid tn fourth day
the colt ceased tt be lame, and the lumps have
disamieareti.' 1" nsed but one bottle ami the
colts limbs are as free from lumps and as
smooth as any horse in the state. He is entiro
ly cured, 'the cure was so remarkable that I
let two of my neighbors have the remaining
two bottles, who are now tisiui; it.
' ' L. T. POKIER.
KeMall's Spin Cure
'OX HUMAN FLESH.
Pat.en's Mills, Wash. Co., X. Y. Feb. 21st. 1878.
Dk. R.J. Kkndall, Dear Sir : The particu
lar cae on which I used your Kendall's Spavin
Cu-w was a maliLnanr ank'e spraia of sixteen
month, staudtiig. 1 had tiled many thing, but
in vain. 'Your Spavin Cure put the foot to the
ground again, and for the nrt time since hurt,
in a natural position. For a family liniment it
excels anything we ever used.
. Yours Truly,
Kkv. M. P. BELL.
. Fas tor of M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, . Y.
Kendall's Spavin ? Cure.
Snd sddrese for Illustrated Circular which
we think Elves postir proof of its virtues. X
remedy has ever met with such unqualifled sue- :
cess to our knowledge, for beast as well as
frlee 1, per hottle. or six bwttles for 5. All
Dniirjists hava it or can get it for you, or it
will be sent to any address on receipt of price
bv the proprietors. UK. K. J. KtNUILL m CO.
EBOsbtirg Falls, U 34ly
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
T business now berore the pub
lic. You can niafce money fast
er at work for us tb.au at any
thing else. Capital aot asked.
We will start you. siaday
and upwards made at home by
tha ladu.trious. Men. woman, boys aud Klrl-
wanted everywhere to work tor us. tiw is tne
time. You En Yf CPk iu spare time only, or K?ve
your wiioiu tm. u tha busiuas . Vuu tan live
at nonte aau ou tue worn, .vu outer uuvme-iw
will pay you nearly as well. Xn one can fail to
make euorimms pay by engaging at once. Cost
ly outBt and terms free, Money made fast, eas
ily aud honorably. Address
35: y Tkde Si Co., avasusta, Maine.
s 'UaJjyy -e
Mf HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE'
Has just opened an entire new stock of hard
Next door west cf Chapman & Smith's Drus
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GAUD HIT TOOLS.
NAILS, X AILS. NAILS, by the Ee
ROPE, POWDER. SHOT, GRIND
A Full Line of .'FT.KHtV.
Special Rates tc Guilders and Con
tractors. AH coods sold'as lov s they possibly can be
and live. 4Iv
TenfldrloiB Meat Market,
W. F. MORRISON, Prop.
Constantly on Hand.
crt rsu Tx-m
at Lowest Rales.
Main Stbetwcen 4th and 5th Str., North Side.
PLATTSMOUTU. NEB. 191y
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Cetail Dealers it
Mai street, Ceruerof Fifth.
PLATTSMOUJI, .... NEB.
J. 1). SIMPSON,
Geo. Wooiis & Co. Pianos anil Organs.
News Depot, Magazine ami Pa pers
Cvmfect i onery , Tobacco
Main St. opposite New Hotel.
All kinds of
Neqtly & Promplp
Horse, Mule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything . that haf
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see ua.
n Fittli St between Main and Vine Streets,
nst across e corner from the new II ERA LP
OF S IC K. ioy'
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS
Lare steck f
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED 0 (I T AT COST.
aad ia fact everything 70a eait call for in
the line of
CA8H YAIO. fOR AND FlTR3.
All kinds of couutry uroduce taker n x
ehan:e for goods.
We continue to act as S li-itrs for Patents.
Caveats, Trad Mtrks, Coiiyiiglsts. etc.. ftr the
1 w... ... . ...... ... ..... ...
i-turu litirr, vu:t;-Hii, nun, r.iiiiiiiii. r raiM-f.
Germany, cot. We have had thirty-live
Patents ohtained throui h in are noticed in
the Scientific AMEKICA.N. 'lliin iarue and
siilcndirl illustrated weekly paper, $3 20 a year,
shows Ihe Progress of Scienfe, la i'j inlerest
ii)!;, and lias an fo'oiinous rki-culatfoii. Addi-s
MUSN & CO.. J'f.teiir SoMtiior. 1'ulilifheM of
SCIKMTIKIC AMKKiCAN. .17 I'ili'k IlliW, New
York. Ha:d lnok a hour 1'iitecis tent free. 3xt.'
Iqm;lif!r,iiTi ;i rMn'iiie frotiical f,e;if of Rare
Value, and 13 a Iitive lteiiedy lor all the
diseases !li;it c:mse o;iins lit I 'm lower part of
the ImmIv for t'oipi-l I.ivf r Ht'adaclien Jann
di-e Dizziness, firavcl. Malaria, and all di.'ti
rnltiiw f i!i lii rsn'vs. I.ivt-r ant. 1'i-iwrv r-
jjarj!, Per I'eoiJile iieajeis. Monthly Men
struation', ai d duiiiu Prciiain-y. it has no
equal. It rosloren th? oru m that make the
blood, ami heuce i-t th? "ne-t Hlwod Purifier.
It is the oiiv known r -inedv that cure that
sco'inie, nfizlit'M llMie. For Dialete8,
wp Uararrs Ware lIatete sjrare.
For S;ile Iv Druids: and ltalfin at l.4S
per bottle. ijinre'-V bottle In the uiarket. Try it.
n fi w vnNF.n .v ro.. iiocheRter. n. y
tunrtlv of ixjwdftr-
the BEST and CHEAPEST
beeawise H do a sr pm, iut orrni M
T?fKtly ptlislii surfa or tn xia,r
duolrt's f riot ion and H;hteplng tr)s oraft.
It is cheapest lecauiae it oovta no mora)
than Inferior brands, and one boa uN do
tha work of two of anv other Axha Creass
lnTyrfr&t. r 111 ltm worlii. ItuitlMhftfr
madSa ItanswrseuttaiJraa waufor Ilarvairtara,
Mill tMarln?, Threaturuc Machlnoa, Corn-Plan tera,
Carriarsai Biunrtoa, to..eva.,aa for Waerona. It is
GUARANTEED to contain no Petroleum.
For aal by airffrstasa ieara. V0 Our fek
gyslnaaaWa -Thing Wmrih Jnomin0 snaisKi Xiao.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Mlehlgon Avenue, Chicago, lllv
ARC PAID r aMirslM 1 rrti&nl
or ,t,trvii.. A Wol'Mof ,nv ki,lt In,. o(
laarr, tc or rjr, Kl KIl Ht, if b.taliaa(;
diHUM f La,t or Varieaaa Trlaa irivs a
waioa. Clr mw law thoasr.1 ara aa
aiUc la aa inreae of pesrtoa- Widow. -chaaa
aaa spBdmt fathors or mother, o f
solsiers ajwaaloa. rieaa naaips furaear
.i HflMtT Acta. Addr
1 i x v , r , 1 s . . .
i, . v 1 'a v "BK
I f aa. svniasa-"
al at U m m U COB U W1 a
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
We curry the birgefit stock of CANNED GOODS in this City.
Sih Fino Teas a .Specialty, gi
A(i E NTS FOK
C. S. Malt'oy's "Old Reliable" Eran of Baltimore Oysters.
Goods Ociivcre;! rroc in anj- part ofUm rlly.
Contains Pepsiir, Rhubarb. Mandrake Gentian
And cures Dyspepsia, Loss of Apatite, Billionsneps and all derangement
of the Stomach arising from over-eating and drinking. Prepared only by
BROWN MEIHCIXK AXD M AXVFACTI7IIIXC. CO.,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. for sale ly all PrujycisU.
The Old Grocery & Dry
Although Lection is over we are not done selling goods, by a long shot.
OU WILL FIND ATF.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THU LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KIN OH IN THE TO WN.
The nicest Green Winter Apples f? aUv--Ovef oo Rarivis down Cellaz
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLO W, JC, at
.jr. s. wmitju's,
in ireMef ved i&r
SMITH, BLACK C0;.
TO GIVE 'TBCIEIIvr J OALI.
Hreat chancp to make mon
ey. Thos who always takt
adviint:vpe of the (?oa
cliances for making nionr
tliatare offered, generali
ties. ote weiiltb v. wliilptlipi
who do not improve such cham-eH remain ii
poverty. We want many men, women, bovs am
Cirls to work far us i lgli'v In their own localitie'
Anysnecan cto the work properly from th
first start, ihe lii!inesa will iay more than te-
times ordinary wars. Expensive outfit furuish
ed free. No one who encases fails to Hiake met
ey rapidly. You can devote vour h le time t
the work, or only your spare moments. Kullin
formation and alt that U needed i-ns is. A
dress 351j wr iNhON & Co.. P ' sin Ur
J. F. BAUL1EISTER
Furnishes Fresh, Turo MUk
Special tils atteiirled tu, and Frei-h Mil
fram tame cow fi:rnihed tl;eB wanted. 41?
Watrbra. Stars vtbdera S3. so. Whllmrtl HantlarCa
S. I mllatiua KoUi M. bullmculddX Uiaapcat an4 h
'uy Tur ny-o ne orapwruUtlva turfoava. Valuabl
aidSaetrua. SUUMrVU.N to.', lJaaotBs.aw V
IS ACtOsaliy prr)MCl
6 1 7 St. Charles Street, St. Loni, Mo.
a mfrdarffrAdnstaof tn frdir4l ioil!, b.a bmu
.-wi.TWjo.Mwe4 t3l urTtrhelPr(r!ttiii.M ia kt ix.11H.tS
dp&rjiia!or.--H-!i.8exufU IWR.ty ana mpcwracr
f tin- re".Lit-f llX'i.H rwi
nr orm: '.yrnir.-aoriu t .nidm-iner.rvfusas.ssiiirn-
ei emlMsioos. drnl, aiinsnss ol 3w:it,iJeI;tira mam
ry, tri;Tsic.l dfay, i-,ri.a to txW.r confusion of
-i,.w, low. of sexual zvV-'. losnHs.reDdarine mar-
ro-& iznvrc pur.iLrtf pormarcij :y rnoJ. Co3Ha!t4tioii
. oflcc or fcr mail froa acil iavltul. Pami.iiUit ana
( as; p. McUrlriHS snat bj IDiui or express Cures
Marriage f P?&
F HE. f pw III Ih f
S W sVaV ha
rhole rtorr. sre'! 'old, it ia vraa to kiSm. on I aa
fnllAoHntf k'i M't. - W" h IT" r f mam. arhl not. wbr.
Munbooa, Wominhod, Phr-iii-'sl 1cst. Who aiiotud
uarrr ; how life nnj bapplritis D3ay b IzKrraaaed : affecW
of Of libacr a.-4 exoeaa, aad m-.r.7 mora. Tboe marriad
GTonnteairiLiagmarrittKariouid rf ad It then keapan
dar Urk sr-''. 0 CtS. T znxil ia Bwnrori
ti,-i. at-!wh iT7nii-fnc!i rend and Bron.
emory RO'Hird'?r9 hrnyhion by Slf
Abu9, Abjt drnxTfi-t, hn tiy inredieuta. 8w LsoaiA
CnmUTg lagt'e.l3 tH-Oiarlr-a, Ht. lsviiK Vn.
yOB Chenut St, St. Louis, Mo. at old o9lr,
eooUDixa loeura Bpnna(nrrhcsa, Bic!nai WeaJt
ppaa, Xm potency iH forms of By-phjJUsCcsorrbcsa,
Giaet, Urtsary or .Bladder diaeauM I. Krerat easua
cared In a fa d.-irs. All tha diseases rolUaA Iron
asif-abaas, azcessssorarporare cured for life with sttfa
saadlciria. Ad vios Ires. Char ares low. Cal I or wnta
la strirScmdeoos. aTUirtom BoqIc f'ir f wo trop
ZaUVJlisd lSi7 st 12 N. EUi Strwt. ST. X.S72, IC3.
r")H PhTicjaaa in charge of this old and well knew
J. institution srs regular raduatea iu mi-di.-a.e to,
irrery. Teara of Exparianoa id tbe treatm.nt of
Chronic Diaea.ee hare made their skill sod ahil't'
tf much superior to tbat of th ordioarr praciitrnr.
I bat tbey ha,r acquired a oatiooal repulativo thrush
.heir treatment of corafiHcated ena. .
of to hlaea, aati-a er boan, ueated with .uoc-.,
on scieauac pnnc-ples, without aatoK Wercui f or 'X ?r
Pmonoas Mediaoes aad at moderate aapeiwc.
YOUHC3 PH and those of middle see ho i
eaaasaeiaaaaiiiraai laisii auff.rtaa from organic uk
neaa that onflta iia TlrUm for bowaeaa or msrmi? a,
peTsaeuentiy enrwd. ar moderate exieose.
rMT TPFsTEQWt''1 aa ii;-c
. - ji Sut efre p
hkX f oti-i,-,-6, To sstirfkil br pmmt Uti-iut treauuoi
aXMrww M appttcaltoa.
J W b t TTw4 18 Wrut t HiH Uuk. MT
"fi f f f ts
4-:z .4-. r?. - a . . t
The ma tur ity aftLe ills of the tssa
hocli ai iuH frmit a tlrranffrtnent of tho
I. Iter, r'ff'xednef hotS the si A amaf
botrtls. In nvdr lo elJWt a euro, U is,
necessary to rentorr the eattKf. Jrregv.
tar and ShtfffUh action of the AoUNAf
llr-tKehe.Sirknr.Hitat tha Stotnmrh.t'iMi.
in Ihe Hark anil i,ninm,rtr.ttn4iothatt
the Lirer is ui fn :i!l,util Vtmt nature re-.
quires amlsta nee to entile this organ fe
l.irtir off in't:rir.
ll-fclil' Jlt1t iii Hen fteeipeeialljt
roin 1'iui.Ji d far lh fiurpese. They are
tnilrt in their aetlan ar.it cftf I Ire as at
ei re ; a re pfctt-1 t I" tit- l.itt- .wil tuhea.
easily l. hutlt tiiitifr-i. tu. H fiu I Is. Tm
lcn w o"i ' ' '''- ' " they ore m
safe n:t !' ' ' ru r ; ' r "-.;xi.Ia,
ii;jlt:t al SSeMnt.'. , tilt OSS 1 Cn
ti,i'.ltti3, lii . . " c! Ilulncsi,
eic.eic. lil-v-ril iriiiur thro
at v. st:jffior lo a n t-ll.tr -nr.tirine I
rlennxmtt the x-j.i. tt) :'i r i:",hlu, antt
iip: i Unit nrtr life r, enerfjf In the In
ruiid. His . i:icc.;-.ii5i- and lio'iss.
Ifitoxlcait rt'z h -t ruy.
asi toils if.B6ci:T fca rsitrtt t,m itrrms,
and ta'e no cthr. IT.lt :, ",4 te ijr Bot4ia.
r.m EF.CS i CC, - SaLi PROFSIETORS;
Bt. I 3r.is and Kl.iain C.I j. Ua
It ta thA Mclt e on l - h
. t I C r ... . . .
goort prrirtu of all ariM amrl former mmlti, SXl s
ot a " one nian "or - -ne idi " Dia-ihliw, as jars
are. It avolfn the defeeie ot oll.era. rxi pos
it im laro, H'atiMalfi?, ,oiI, i'nutKiR, mm m
went Inrraa rfrrrfnroTrahi.
t iiliitbearinLinj sent fr-m rii?Bt It t. ani-
s I A. I uwll T,me rk
irrcrrB y i Oxm
JrWCH! N E CtX.nyretjae, M so. ; w roij.sVier,
UMJL V. Vim i. et na es J ukm f tjCTtswaT f
LOST MANHOOD RCSTOSEO.
viaini of TmitKfnl 4 "... . . .1 . . .
tUtts lcay, err cms Debility, Lost wsav
Larina tried in vain n.r, t . k
covered a simple self cura, which b sili soon rKKl
i-i. ,UD"reni' Mres J. M Ul
SUFFERERS oo-r m
It Isl sa aal Was sura mss I n nADn rrc u -sa.e. m - J
- - wusj n.uvvswai sr i ion, wmMM BVII
CURES CLEET AND CONORRHfA
J"" ' as "I'.ra elioo uuL H014 wr all ririia. 1
tvstna A.foui rts?(s iitt-.V. V-'t -Vrta a WiTi IMe
nxask-soesK -w oor war 1 .as wt7
f"Sf . - v- -" . .
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