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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1865)
She 2lcbrabii SGcraltl
Fisn. Fresh fish nro becomiD plenti
ful in thi. markf-t.
Waoosb. Amison. DoTey iCo. ha.ro a
fine lot of wagons for salt.
At Home. Thos.IIanna, cf the firm of
Tootle, Ilann sc. Co., arrived at home last
week, harinj been east after goods.
5"A new bakery is being opened in
the building formerly occupied by Wra.
5T lion. S. J. Daily, ex-Delegate to
Congress from this Territory, has arriv
ed at his homo, in Peru.
Adjocrned. The District Court for
Semaha county Las been adjourned until
the 20th inst.
(fOur newly appointed Chief Jus
tice for Nebraska, Hon. VTm. Kcllcg?;,
paa.ed up o. tew days since, on his way
C-Tbe sale of the 7-SO's on the 13th
inst., amounted to 30,451,050. The
chance for thia kind of an investment
will soon be gone, at this rate.
Axotbeb "Martyr." J. Wilkes
IJjoth. a leading Democrat, died very
uddenly on the 20th instant. Leaien
ITivEit Steamer Denver arrived at our
levee last evening and discharged,
among other item, cloven hundred sacks
of corn, to be sent west.
F. M. Dorrington, Deputy Asses
sor for this sub-district, has gone to
Falls City to attend tho District Court
in scoion at that place.
Frost. The frost on last Wednesday
night damaged early vegetables to some
extent, but not so much as was at first
m m m
Cub. Read the proceedings of the
Farmers Cltb meeting, on our first
page. They are somewhat lengthy, but
will pay for a careful perusal.
OsTriat.. The Court Martial for the
trial of Harris it now in session. The
evidence, so far as has been mad a pub
lic, appears conclusive.
(JT" Having effectually used up the
"Mother of States,'' Jeff Davis aad crew
are turning toward the "Father of Wa
ters." Coal. We learn that a ve'm of coal
has been opened recently on Wcepiiig
Water, near the falls, and tho prospect
is fair that it will prove extensive.
Stationkrv. Klcpser & Wise are
about opening their stock of Hooks and
Stationery in the room adjoining the
Herald oJEcj on the cast. They also
have a fine lot of Confectionery.
Scf:h ix Mayor's Court. Man up for
being drunk. "What's your name?"
"Cain, sir." "Are you the man that
(t'.ew Able?" "No, sir, I am tho man
that was thwtd!'"
Nearly Keadt. Tho building third
door enst of tho Herald office, which is
undergoing a thorough repairing, ap
proaches completion. It will be occu
pied by Howe A Thatcher.
Not Bad. About one thousand emi
grant wagons have croeoeO at this point
during tne present month a large pro
portion of them within the last week
and yet there is no abatement of the tide
ClTChas. Robine has removed his
barber shop building to the middle
of Main Street. So toon as a sufficient
force can be obtained to completo the
job it will beset down one door west of
Harold's new brick.
Is Towx. Mr. Wright, Superintendent
of Refajrets in this department, was in
town last woek. on a visit to his daughter,
Mrs. J. N. Wise Ho reports -Hout 0,000
refugees ia this department, moetlj-
women and children.
Harvest. Murphy & Glenn aro selling
ta immense amotnt of harness at their
hop on Main street. Farmers and
Freighters need not look elsewhere for
anything they want in this line for
what this firm does not keep is not to be
found in Nebraska.
Nktv Constitctiov. The Union men
of Ma. are becoming more united in fa
Tor of adopting the new constitution.
The probabilities are that by the time the
vote is to be taken they will present an
unbroken front, and the constitution
will be adopted by a respectable majori
ty. Arrested. Two soldiers came down
from Omaha last Monday and picked up
a ltsident ef this city, tharged with
bushwhacking. We are not in possession
f the facts in the case, but hope if he is
guilty ha will receive the punishment that
evry highway robber and murderer de
serves, stti.rrs. In connection with the
01 Migrants passing through this
.8 e ntlC0 there are a large number
, um in our midst, most
of them w.th?to ?rocare land3 in the
rich country Iyms . i ,
f J mediately west of
Plattsmouth. There i. nn vl,f ,
c 18 no better place
in the west for the cnterp--l8ing m'an
either with or without capitaiJban the
country immediately west of us, &ionf,
the line of the B. & M. R. Railroad.
Now is the tlrno to prepare for "the good
KfciiovAi.s. There has been considera
ble changing around among business
men during the last week; K. T. Duke
A Co. hav9 removed their Stove and Tin
Ware establishment to second door west
of the Herald office, and Win. Harold
has removed his Groceries to the new
brick building, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets. Business is lively, and
tradesmen are seeking the most favora
HcMiii'c. An individual styling him
self "Prof. MeCracken" attempted to
humbug tur citizens one evening last
week with his musical and oratorical
accomplishments; but the Professor's
vision of a hat full of greenbacks,' ex
tracted from the pockets of our citizens,
was never realized his audience con
sisting of some half dozen men and as
many boys. If this would-bo Prof, has
nny friendt in this region of country
they had better take caro of him, and
set him to hoeing corn, or some other
intellectual employment, for ho will nev
er succeed in tho ''show business."
Short Sighted We are sorry to see
a disposition on the part of a few indi
viduals in Plattsmouth to work against
the interests of tho place, thinking by
this mfr.ns to injure the Herald. It is
very true that whatever works an injury
to this community is detrimental to us;
but it is a short sighted policy, to say
the least, that prompts an individual to
work ngainst a whole community for
the purpose of injuring one of its mem
bers. If any one has a desire to break
down the Herald, let him do his utmost;
we have no objection to their making the
effort, in a legitimate- manner in fact,
we rather like it but don't let your un
contro'able phrensy and jealously toward
us lea I you into denouncing the town
and business men thereof.
N. 15. Let no one try to apply this' un
less thev aro satisfied it will "fit."
Swef.t Potatoes.--Tho undersigned
has a fine lot of Sweet Potatoe plants for
sa".e; also a large lot of choice Tobacco
plants. Orders may be left at the Drug
Store of Black & Buttery, where the
plants will be delivered, or at my garden,
near Mt. Pleasant.
Ma, 15, w4 W.J. IIESSER. 1
Last Notiee- There are still a num
ber of men in Cass county whose taxes
remain unpaid, a respite oi twenty
days is hereby granted, without penalty
or coats, after which time I shall pro
ceed to collect the delinquent ' taxes ac
cording to law, without respect of per
sons. Please come up and pay, "while
it is yet day," lest the time come when
costs will bo added.
May 17 S. DUKE, Treas.
For Sale- ne hundred Sicks of
Extra Flour. Knquirc at the Herald office.
FOR SALE- A good farm Tf 1G0
acres well improved, situatod within
four miles of I'lattsuiouth. For partic
ulars enquire at the Herald office.
Tarm For Sale-
I have a good farm fur sale, consisting
of lGo acres ; 100 fenced, 00 under cul
tivation, and about Go acres of timber.
It is situated 7 miles south of Platts
mouth on the main thoroughfare to Ne
braska city. For particulars enquire on
the premesis, or of Hiram Davis in this
A. M. P. WHITTIER.
April, 20 ml.
Came to the enclosure of the subscri
ber, on the 22d inst, one ! or mouse
collored mare I'oney, o years om, wun a
a yoiins colt, about 10 days old, Bran
ded on the left shoulder, Spanish brand,
Mullen Ranch Cuss Co., April 24d,
w3 CHANCFA AllvIN.
Pkot. ris. CnuRCii. Services on Sun
day in the Brick School House, at 4 p.
Clothing. If you want to buy Ready
aJe Clothing, call at
mlw4 f S. Bloom's.
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Boots and Shoes at
iul 4 S. Bloom s.
Revolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of Revolvers received at
inlw4 S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigranta
out-littin Goods at
.FOR SALE- .
AMcOormick two-horse Reaper, in
good order. Also a Threshing Machine
and Ilorso Power.
Apply to Amison, DOTey &Co., or
J. K. DOOM,
-It Weeping Water Falls.
NOTICE. Gentlemen interested in
the formation of a parish of the Protes
tant i.iscopnl Church in J'iattsmoutu
are requested to meet on Friday, May
the l'Jib, at 7:30 P. M., in the office of
D. II. Wheeler Esq.
Geo.. C. Betts, Minister.
Boots & Shoes A large lot juet re
cieved by, Amison, Dovev & Co.,
Pistols A large lot just; received
by Amison-, Dovey & Co.
D. II. IVliEELERi r
Fire and Life Ins, Ag't,
A if Lit for collection nf claim, against Government,
t-r Sold .-s, their iJows and minor hei-s. A Kent
for Ili psrehine anl a-l of Lu4t ami Cur proper
ty, Lesinir cf Tenement. Paymeut of Tax tn all
parts ( Nebraska and WeMern Iowa. At lead, to
al Lu.-me p .rtainiiirf Ua Conor! Laud, lua ranee.
Tax Cnying anil Coluriuin Afeucj.
Lj"Krfers t' all t.uMnif.-s nitn in Nclraka.
l'latiiiuoMth, X. T., ily lo, 130 j.
Filing Claims against stale of P. A.
Notice U hereby given that all ptnois having
claim Tiiia5t the cimlt of Peter A. harpy, dccati,
late of Cass county, must file them duly aalkeuti
cated bv oath, with the Trobate Court of Caa coun
ty, V. T-, oa oi before the ECOXD DAY Or JAN
UARY, t which liui there wiil baa hearing
of all elainu thus filed, aad au allowance made by
the Curt of all claim proves to be jiust.
urn my niua ana seal ihu istu day oi May,
v. U. V nr.nLEK,
I May 15, a3
Whereai on thi day arpeartd Andrew B. Taylor,
Admiaistratcr ol ll.e etate of LK V. Archer, late of
Cuu county, N.T , and makes application to make
a Coal settlement of hi Aiiio ini,iralori.ip, there
fore nctice is herebj given that the Court will mak
such ettleuit lit, oa . . , . .
WtJ.itsday, Jane ih, 1863,
at the office of the Probate Court la Plattsmouth, X
T.: Provided no one appear aad shows (rood caane
why such itolilemeut should not be made.
Witocts my baud and seal, thi' loth iiay of May,
Tf3 " Probata Judge.
Itotice is hereby given that James Chalfaut, Ad
minixtrator of the estate of Wm. J. Kakes, deceased,
has made appltcatioa to the Probate Court of Cass
co-joty, N. T , to make final settlement of his Ad
mlnietratorshlp ofsaid estate. It is. order-that
iia I settlement will be miule by the court with
said Administrator on
Thursday, June I5f, 18C5,
if no ene appears and (hows that such settlement
should not be made.
Witne my hand and official seal on this ISth
dy of May, 1-65. I. U. WHEfcB-ER,
w3 Probata Judge.
Probate Ho. ice.
Notice is hereby (riven that all persons havin;
claiiDi airain-t the estate of lona Scott, Jr., deceas
ed, mut lile them with tue Piobate Court of Cass
eoaty, N. T., en or before the
15lh day of Xeplembir, 18153,
t wlreli time'a heating will be hud of all claims
thus fil-d. All acrouuts or deiuands not preneuted
on or belore that day wiil b forever debarred, un
less specially exempted ly law.
WitnM Kiy band and eillciui real this 16th day of
May, l-SUS. - 1. U. WHEELEK,
w3 Probate Jud)te.
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TZIE TKIItlLE Tor 1SC5.
The Miiitary and Naval succojses of lsCl, with the
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Diseases of the Eye. .
DR. W- E.LAWRENCE,
Treats all Diseaxei of the Eye. He wai ranis a cure
in every case taken in hand.
t37-0ffice at the Nebraska House.-
Plattsmeuth, April lf, 1S65.
JG. C. lcwis,
L I C
Real Estate Ai;ent. Tax Payer for Iowa anJ Nebras
ka. Titl' g of Land invHstiated, Ac.
rAll businesi entrusted to his care will receive
Plattsmouth, H.T., April 20th, tf
rt :! 0Al AjA. X Ai
WATCy MAKER and
.; - MA13 STKEET,
PLATTSMOUTH, - -
J welry. Silver Ware, Fane Goods, Vtallniinipi
onn xrunminga- aiwav- it nana. ALH?brk
m men to nis care wiii o xf arraxtt y '
The undersigned are prepared to do
ALL WORK IN THEIR LINE
April 15 mG
CIIAS. VOGT & CO
Cor. Main and 5th sts.
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATHER AiD IRON,
SADDLE &. SHOE LEATHER.
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c!
C"0rders Promptly attended to.
-a. A. WI .
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I s si w y ' -i0
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C?. aolie, uj-spepsin, jrevT anu Jigwf,
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WILSON S PILLS are tinivsrsally ao
jowlMl;ed ebo the hmt now in nso. As a Family
gSdieiae thoy arefiartlcnlarly reoocniiKDdai-il mpl
and harrnlvss, but highly medicinal In thalr com-.
UntUoa. Oae Fill a dose, with mild but &.
lain effect. The robust-man and fh dulicaU child
ts theui alike, with avery asaurane at entire
'afety. With Wilsn's Pills, every Mother in
'the land become her own physician. They have
proved themselve aaracinc, and stisod without a
rival for the following affections :
IIBADACHE, FEVER cV AGUE,
IIE.VDACJTE, FEVEIt Sc AGCEb
DYSPEPSIA, 1IVER COMPLAIIIT.
DYSPEPSIA, 1IVXR COMPLAINT,
Costivoness, Biliousness, NeuraJgie
Costiveneea, Biliousness, Tfeuxalgu
Bold by Druggists & Dealers evorywhej .
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HARPKU Jt KTHERS,
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SUB AGENT: '
UATTSMOUTII,.. . NEBRASKA,
tsprepaigil presesrt itn pmertctr'e claims brlbre
Cngresa, Court of Claims and the Departments. Pa
benta. Pensions, Boont es. and Botinty L aorta a
enred. tyCharge moderate, and in preportioa to
theamxintofthscUim, , F. SI. OOi'GI0'V. .
April 10, 66.
( 25 ct. I
MURPHY & GLENN,
Main St., opposite riatte Valley House,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Have on band n large stock of !
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, &c.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in our line, on ohort notice.
. Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Kcpairin? done at all times, at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Bfiedicinal use,
Dye "Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and 'physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Ulach
riattsmouib, May 1st, 1S65, tf
TOOTLE, HANNA & CO.,
c W -a
H A R D
Clothing of every description.
WtNES AND UQU0B3 OF ALU KINDS.
Constantly on hand
BOOTS AND SHO
And erery article required by
iff 'JiV .ci, t ' -f -m ; ' r y
E:KAOTS; FREIGHTERS, MIRERS At FARHERS.
Call and examine
Pfatumouth, April 10, '$q;
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally.
complete. Warranted Genu
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T
Retail Dealers in
W A R E,
a Large Stock of
DOORS & GLASS.
supplied at this establishment. ,
our extensive stock.
; Tootle, Hann a .Ci Co.
Are von siek, febl,
omplainine? Are yoa oa
of order, with your systco
doranired, and your tfeilins;
torn ar. often the prelni
"N to aerioua illnesa. Soma fi
1 of fickneM ia creeiiiox npoi
by a timulv us of tb. rirti
re Died r. Take Ayer'a l"flta
and cleanse out tb. disor
dcrcd bumors purify tl
blood, aud let the !!
"Imove ou unobstructwd ta
1 health avraiu. They stimii
.Jslste the functions of rt
jrgsj ugj-jasa bodr into vigorous activity
mrity the system IVora the obstructions which inatj
Usease. A cold settles somewhere in tbe body, aw
ibstrncta it natural fUneUous. Those, if not r
ieved, react upon themselvas and the curroundlD
irrana, produrinr general aprraration, suflering
jia disease. While in this condition, oppressed b
he derangements, take Aycr's 1111s, and see how
lircctly they restore the natural action of the y
em, and with it tbe buovant foellnjj of health aguln
Vbat is true aud to apparent in this tririal and cons
aon complaint, is also true in many of tho deep
eUd and dangerous distempers. The same purt
It .Abet expels them. Caused by similar obstrau
ion and derangements of the natural functions cl
be body, they are rapidly, and many of thom sorely
and by the same means. None who knew tin
Irtae of these Filla, will neglect to employ thai!
rben suttering from the disorders they cure.
Statements from leading; physicians in some of tM
nincipal cities, and from ether well-known pubis
front a ForvarcUna Merchant (f St. Louis, Fl. 4
Da. Am-. Your nils are the paragon of all thm
great in medicine. They have cured my iittli
laughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet
bat bad proved incurable for years, llermothej
uis been long grievously aflhcted with blotches and
rircplea on her skin and in her bair. After otu
ihiid was enred. she also tried your Tills, and thiy
tars cured her. ASA 1IOKOIUDGE.
As a Family Physic
From Dr. H W. Cartvright, Xew Orleans.
Your 1111s are tho prince of purges. Their ex
Uent qualities surpnss any cathartic we poaseffi.
rhey ore mild, but very certain aud effectual in tlwiz
action on the bowels, which makes them invsiaahte
o as in the daily treatment of disease.
Headache, nick Ilcndacbc, Foul Stomach.
From Dr. Edtcard Boyd, Saitimor.
Dxab. Duo. Ayer: 1 cannot answer yon vhai
cmplaint I hare cured with your 1111s better than
o say all that tee ever treat trtth a purgative wukII
ane. I place great dependence on that eflbctua)
at hart ic in my daily contort with disease, and l
leving, as I do, that your 1111s aftbrd us tbe best Ut
tare, I of course value them highly.
riTTSDUKO, Ta., May 1, 1855,
Dtt. J. C. ATEtt. fir: 1 have been repeatedky
sared of the worst headache anybody can have by a
lose or two of yonr 1111s. It seems to arise frotn s
bul stomach, which they cleanse at once.
lours with greatjrespoct, ED. W. I-REBLB.
Cleric of Steamer tlaritm.
Dllioaa Disorders Liver Coniplaino.
' Front Dr. Theodore Bell, qfXtto Turk City.
Kot only are yonr 1111s admirably adapted to theft
rarpose a an aperient, but I find their benefleful
.fleets upon the .Liver very marked indeed. They
lave in my practice proved more effectual for tbe
mre of biiious complaints than any one remedy I
sin mention. I sincerely rejoice that we have at
eugth a purgative which is worthy tbe confident 4l
he profession and the people.
Washington, E. C , 7th Feb., 1869.
6m: I have used your Pills in my general aad
tospital practice ever since yon made them, and
am not hesitate to say they are the best cathartic
re employ. Their regulating action on the liver i
uick and decided, consequently they are an ad
nirable remedy for derangements of that organ.
Indeed, I have seldom found a case of bilicme dis
use so obstinate that it did not readily yield fa
hem. rraternally roursALOKZO HALL., if. D.,
thysictan of the Marine Hospital.
Xyaiitory, Diarrhoea, Relax, AVonutw
Frori Dr. J. G. Green, of Chicago.-
Yonr 1111s have had a long trial in in v practise,
aid 1 hold them in esteom as one of tho best aperi
nts I have ever found. Their alterative etfect upon
tie liver makes them an excellent remedy, when
;iven in small doses for bilious ilyxentery and diar
haa. Their sugar-coating makes them very ao
puble and convenient for tbu uso of women and
Dyapvpoia, Imparity ef the doosl.
Voro IUv. J. V. ITime.i, Pastor tf Advent CftureA,
CR.ATER: I have need your Fills with extra-
irdinary success in my funny and among those I sjo
avlled to visit in distress. To regulate tbe organs of
iloou, they are tbe very
test remedy I have ever known, and I can oonhr
lently reouiamend them to my friends. .
Yours, J. V. III1IE8.
TVaMAW, Wyoming Co., N. Y., Oct. 24. 1853.
Dbak Sib: I am nsing your Cathartic Pills in my
iraetice, and find them an excellent purgative to
uwaviTW in. ejnvui nuu iwryv i(nninm Iff le
JUUK U. HKACUAU, M. D.
y wsiasi pauv. ,
ItbcH matiuri, taoat. Ncaralsia, Dropsy.
ra I v.ia, Witm, etc.
From Dr. J. P. Vaughn. Montreal, Canada.
Too much cannot be said of yonr 1 11 Is for the
aire of eostivensu. If others of our fraternity hare
bund them as efficacious as 1 have, they should Join
oe in proclaiming it. for the benefit of the multitude
tho suffer fr.ra that complaint, which, although
ad enough in itself, is the progenitor of others tbtd
ire worse. I believe -otirns to originate in tl
iver, bat your Pills affect that organ and care the
From Urt. X. Stuart, Physician and ilUketfs,
I And one or two large, doses of yonr Pills, taken
it the proper time, are excellent promotives of the
Kiturtd tecretion 'When'-'Wholly or partially sun
ressed, and also very effectual to cleans the
rtomach and expel tcorms. Tbcv ore so much tl
eft physic we have that I recommend n other t
rrotw the Rev. Dr. ITavVcs, ef the Methodist Epta.
Pulaski notrsic, Savannah, Ga., Jan. 6, 1956.
Hcmorkd Sib: 1 should be nngrateful far tb
elief your skill has brought me if I did not repeal
ny case to you. A eoJd settled in mv limbs and
rought on excruciating nevralgie pains, which
inded in thronic rheumatism, botwithstandiag J
lad the best of physicians, the disease grew worst
ind worse, until by the advice of your excellent
icont in ltaltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, 1 tried yoei
nils. Their effects were slow, but sure. Ity pea,
jvering in the tue of them, I am now entirely wuH.
Behatb Chambkk. Raton Bonge, T n., 6 Dee.,lSC5.
Da ATBit: I have been entirely cured, by yot
ills, of hhsumatie (-'out a painful disease tiat hot
dBictcd me for years, VIXCENT (iUDLLL.
C7" Most of the Pills in market contain Mercorjt
vbich although a valuable remedy in skilful handp
t dangerous iu a public pill, from the dreadful eot
equences that fretiueutly follow its incautious BaQ
Tbesa contain no mercury or mineral subetsuics
vbatever. ... .
Price, 23 oents per Box, or 0 Boxes for ll
Prepared by Br. J. C AXEE & Co., LoveB, Urn
'he so6CTiber would respectfully call the atten
tion of tfcectlizens ef Flattrmenth and tbepublle as
arir ti the (act that he ba prornred a iortion of
1 tfr. Boeck's Cabinet Shop, where he intends keeping
Yoo hand and ratkirp n the shortest notice, evety
ariicieia ni line, nil iuca uein selected vj aim
elf. and having spent the most of ui lite ta tbe
buMiaess, be als confident that he can give satisfac
tion. Give bin a call.
April 10 '65. . J. TBOCKMORTOX.
Dealer lo all kinds of
School & Blank BookSj
Third Deor West ofSeymear Q-.ue,
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