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i;y thk ;ot.knii: ok N!:i;it.sKi,
l or. A DAY OF FASTINU, HUMIL
IATION AND PUAYKll.
Our Nation mourns the loss of its no
l.le 'hieft.-un ! Ahuai.'am Lincoln, the
Piitriot, tii-"! great States-man, h.n fal
Ion: an 1 every patriot in the Natiun
mourns his Ie'.
In view of thin ;rreit affliction, the
VresHent of the United States haj des
ijjn.'itid Thuixlaj-, lic 1st lay of June.
ns a day of motiriiin, humiliation and
pruvrr. The President his especially
roco'.nitifn i "That our people on that
day, in their respective places of worship,
unite is solemn service to Almighty od,
in memory cf ths rood man who has
ieen removed, so that all ohall bo occu
pied at the same timo in contemplation
of Li-i virtu, ti, and sorrow lor hid sudden
Most heartily concurring in all thtit hns
ipin recommended hy our worthy Chief
M.iistrate, I'espacial'.y and rebpectf ully
invite tlie p-opla of Nebraska to lay
asid.; u- far as yoi-'Ule, oil secular bus
iness on that day; anil that it not only
Sie observed ns a ilay of humiliation, Lut
tli at it be made an occasion for the
people to unite in fl-,k:n of the Almigh
ty to so di j ose of events and to so
uide our ruh'rs and the people as that
j.e.irfl nn 1 unity may again prevail
( hrnuhout the 'and .
Let us (iud to s metify this reat
nati onal alilieti'm to th s uliim ito 'od
f tliobe who survive this re;it and good
man, and that the good works contem
plated hy him may he speedily and faith
fully carried into execution.
I oue at Omaha, this 12th day of Mav,
Ilv the (-.vnrtvo :
A. S. J'.W'I'OOK, Secretary.
y(lod remains at 130.
"Siiiali silver change is miking its
er.r.p arance ajrain in ea-tern cities.
iTKead our Fort Kearney corres
j end' nee. on f'rst rag".
CVM'-. Parcel left its another fine
bunch of Rhubarb thia morning.
- m m m
kl'TIm Xew-Yurk Herald is out in
ftiTor of nrzro sufl'p! r.
The political prisoners at Fort
MelL-nry, L ihiinore, have been released
by order of President Johnson.
Akruko. Mr. Dovey, of the firm cf
Aniisoii, I) vey & Co., of this city, ar
rived on the Colorado .
A cat-fish wa.s eaujrht in the
l'l.aii rivr to-day which weighed 3o
j 0 I j it J .s . -
(iV N. Jti'iJ in putting a base
m( nf under hi.s shoe shop, on Main St.,
mi l otherwise reparing it.
- m -i -
jyThe District Court in session at
Fails City will p. obabiy adjourn the
last of this week.
Cy i'lii weather for the past week has
been extremely hot, causing one's mind
to run upon ice creams and shower
."v'la compliance with an act of
Congress passed March 3d, lo, two
c -nts- will now be charged at ail Post
0;5ces on advertised letter.s.
CTLt. IV.oek, of the Neb 1st, ar
rived on the Denver this morning. Co.
C"' will arrive from 0 in a ha to-day,
ar.d T0ceed west immediately to assii-t
in thrashir n; the Indians.
Mvr Src.v. Mackelwain A (leygor
yainted our new sign. (Jive them a call
if you want any kind of painting done.
It is almost as necessarv to have a si-ri
as it is to advertise.
Last Chance. Thoso in need of li"ht-
ning rods can now be supplied by J. S.
Waters, who is in town with a good sup
ply. Orders may Le left with T. 1).
t-Mr. We;!?, who has had charge
-f che telegrapli oliice in this city for
some time, left for St. Louis last week.
Mr. C. Williams, who i. known by most
of our citizens, takes charga of the
t"We learn from a private letter,
that some fifteen or twenty emigrant wa
gons have been laying on the north side
f Platte river, near Ft. Kearney, una
ble to cross. 'ilsperience is a dear
"v"Thc city is constantly thronged
with eiiiigrant'trains. which 'ives every
thing an air of business The westward
"hound travelers have found that this is
tke shortest and best route, and are
" profiting by their knowledge.
Killed. M. , I. Ilegnn, formerly of
'"maha, was ki'Iel by Indians about the
1st of April last, lie leaves two email
1'Oys to make their own way through the
world, bis wife having died a short time
t-efore. Ye glean from the lirhuliican.
U"A woman in Guthrie country, Io
wa, was lynched recently by women.
She expressed joy at the assassination of
Lincoln, and the women of the neighbor
hood took her case under special con-i'U-ration.
tTiie Denver arrived from Onifiha
ti.is mor.ur, an(j discharged a quantity
cf orn,bl.nt tQ thj3 mrlrket. f(r sae.J
She took aboard about twenty passen
gers, nnd procedodon her downward
gyi'wo men arrived in town one day
1-ut week, from D.nver, who had made
the voyage down the Platte in a flat
boat. W0 haTe not seen Iieir lotj.J
aad const -nentlv an pive no pirticilars-
CoMi'.'.KTKP. Stadelmann's ncv buil
ding, first door east of KIcpscr fc Wise's
Book Store, is about ready to receive
goods. Hilly ban gone down the river to
procure his stock. Amon other things,
he intends putting in a f; rt c'asa Soda
("27" Judge Wheeler has constructed a
n?at and tasty Lriek fence in front of his
residence, on Main St. Let others follow
the example, an! our city will soon pre
sent a better appearance to the critical
eye of the stranger, as well as the resi
dent. Marble. Butzeri& Co., have recei
ved a larze supply of marble, which they
are prepared to letter and carve in any
stvle desired. Oive them a call4 and
patronize home manufacture. They can
be found on Main St., one door west of
Hyatt's Livery Stable.
Still Tiilv Cove. Emigrant trains
still continue to pour in upon us. JSer-
cr before lias Hattsrnouth had such a
food of emigration. The whole move
able population of the eastern States ap.
pears to have started for Nebraska and
the western mines, and they are crossing
the Missouri r"rcr at this point.
f A shooting affray oecured recent
tv, b-tween Cols. .Icnnison and Anthony,
- ' t a
in Leavenworth, in which' the former
was wounded in the leg and a bystander
in the neck. Neither wound is consid
ered dangerous. From the published
accounts Anthony appears to have been
rj"Capt. Moer was in the city last
week. He reports things rather dull in
Omaha, in consequence of the small
number of freighters and emigrants
starting west from that point. The
Capt. will probably establish himself in
business in this city at the expiration of
his term of service in the army.
(STho Ilrjnihiican says it is not
Omaha men who have circulated the
report that there was no ferry at this
po'nt. We are glad to hear this, as wo
wereloth to believe that our neighbors
would do a thing of this kind. YVe have
the best of authority that some one ha9
been engaged in circulatinu such a report;
but it has not had the desired effect.
Bitilidxgs. New buildings are going
up in all paits of the city some small
some large. The spirit of improvement
appears to be general, and those who
have not the means to build extensive,
show their willingness to improve by
building as their means and buisness will
justify. Their is the right way if you
cannot but up a building three storirs ! igh
fcrty-four feet front and tight feet deep,
do the best yon can.
C7"Xt to r.B Mistaken. A train of
twenty Government wagons started west
from this city last Saturday. The train
was loaded wit i Government freight in
Omaha, crossed to the cast side of the
Missouri river, came down to Phutsaiouth
and crossed back, to this side, rather
that attempt to travel the north Platte
route. This speaks more for this
roatejthan the bare' asserrtion of any
number of men. Will emigrants be
persuaded to take a road which gov
ment teams travel thirty miles, and cross
the Missouri river twice, t-i avoid? We
think not; especially when they are
conversant with facts.
UifliiT Again. As a number of emi-
grants came out from one of our large
outfitting houses to-day, where they had
btien making extensive purchases, we
overheard the following conversation:
"I say, that's what I call a cheap
:iYes: I did not expect to find things
so cheap on the Missourr river."
"Whv! wo can purchase nnv kind
of goods cheaper here thnn wo could
back where wo came from !"
Just so, friends; here is the place t0
buy. Our merchant? have plenty of
goods, nnd are not disposed to ask ex
orbitant prices for them.
Xew AdvHRTisEMENTs. Head the ad
vcrtisemcnt cf Klepser & Wise, in to
day's papur. They have a large stock of
School Books, Blank Books, Stationery,
Confectionery, Wall Paper, &c. Call on
them, first door cast oftthe Herald office,
and you will find they can accommodate
you with almost anything you can call
for in their line.
See advertisement ef Turner & Good
ing. They have established a grocery
and Provision Store, where they propose
to do a general trade business with far
mers keeping all kinds of Produce &c.
They go on the plan of "quick sales and
small profits," and you will find it to
your advantage to give thcin a call.
Jv"We had supposed that tho war had
nearly cleared the country of good hor
ses; but there has been more fine horses
passed through this place, bound wast,
the present season than we ever saw
r.'.i.TTSMOcm Herald. This paper
conns to us regularly, with a clean face,
and presenting a neat, business appear
ance. It is we'll printed, and presents
evidence of industry and nbility in its
Editor, (II. I). Hathaway, Esq.) A val
uable feature in the Ilerut'm is its atten
tion to the local interests of Plattsmouth
and Cass county. Such a paper deserves
to succeed, and we doubt not the sturdy
Union men of Cass county will extend to
it a liberal support.
Wo find the above in the Omaha
R'yulUcan, and transfer it to our col
nmns for tho purpose of chowing the
peoplg of Cass county how the Herald
is looked upon by thse who are- posted
in nwpnper p'lHi'.hirig.
ISTHon. John 1 Kinney, Dele
gate in Congress from Utah, i3 in the
Cuy. lie starts to Utah in a few days
to return to this City again next fail.
2TThe President La3 issued a
proclamation directing the arrest and
puniihment of parties furnishing hostile
Indians with arm? and munitions of
JjJ"OId John Urown was hung for
his principle. Jeff Davis & Co., who
never had any IjQip!e, deserve no
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
The Subscriber wishes to sell her
House, Lot and outbuildings, situated
one Block north of the City School
House, and one door west of Howland's
Cabinet Shop. The House contains five
rooms conveniently nrrnnged. The out
buildings consist of a Wood House and
a large Urick Smoko House. There is
also a Well of good water on the premis
es. The above described property will
be sold cheap, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply to the under
signed on the rrra'ses.
KLIZABETII A. NOEL.
May 23 w2.
Paeronizo Home Institutions
All persons wishing to secure a 6&rc
preventive from aamage by lightning
will do well to secure one of those Star
Fluted rods, with Sprats patent Insula
tors, and the best plated Points. All
work warranted. Leave orders at Mur
phy & Glenn's shop, or with the under
signed. Having permanently located
inthe Territory, I solictit your patronage.
J. S. WATERS.
Clothing. If you want to buy Keady
Made Clothing, call at
mlw4 " S. Bloom's.
Eoot3 and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Loots and Shoes at
mlw4 S. Dloom's.
Revolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of Revolvers received at
mlwl S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-ntting Goods at
rnlwl S. Bloom's.
AMcCorinick two-horsa Reaper, in
good order. Also a Threshing Machine
and Horse Power.
Apply to Amison, DoTev &Co. or
J. E. DOOM,
4t Weeping Water Falls.
NOTICE. Gentlemen interested in
the formation of a parish of tho Protes
tant Episcopal Church in Plattsmouth,
are requested to meet on triday, May
the PJth, at 7:30 P. M., in the office of
D. II. Wheeler Esq.
Geo. C. Betts, Minister.
Boots & Shoes A large lot just re.
cieved by, Amison, Dovey &, Co.,
-A large lot just received
Amison-, Dovey & Co.
Sweet Potatoes. The undersigned
has ft 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.
Mi, 13, w4 W. J IIF.SSF.B.
Last Notice- There are still a num
ber of men in Cass county whose taxes
remain unpaid. A respite of twenty
days is hereby granted, without penalty
or costs, after which time I shall pro
ceed to collect the delinquent taxes ac
cording to law, without respect of per
sons. Please come up nnd pay, "while
it is yet day," lest the time come when
costs will bo added.
May 17 S. DUKE, Trcas.
For Sale- One hundred Sacks of
lo0r: "T.! at the lli:RALn olJCe-
Farm For Sale.
I have a good farm for sale, consisting
of loo acres ; 100 fenced, 90 under cul
tivation, and about Go acres of timber.
It is situated 7 miles south cf Platts
r.iouth on the mam thoroughfare to Ne
braska city. For particulars enquire on
the preinesis, or of Hiram Davis in this
C'tJ" A. M.P. WIIITTIER.
April, 20 ml.
Came to tho enclosure of the subscri
ber, on the -'2 1 inst, one dun or mouse
collored mare Poney, 3 years old, with a
a young colt, about 10 days old, Bran
ded on the left shoulder, Spanish brand,
Mullen Ranch Cat;s Co., April 21d,
w3 CI1ANCEY A I KIN.
.Prot. Eris.Cnrp.cn. Services on Sun
day in the Brick School House, at 4 p.
Kolice lhercliy giren that E. B Coloman ha
ml npplictalon to he nppiniel Administrator i t
the Ksta:e of J. F. Poruu, lute dwme'l . r cia
Couuty Th Court will hear taid application fur
appointment as Administrator, oa Saturday, July
1st, 1s.f.5.at It) 'i clo.'k, A- M., in PIMtsmouth, X.
T , at which time, ail persona interested will
Witness my hand and sf-al, thi 23d day of May,
D. li, WH EKLEH, Prohato Judge.
N'otiiM i hereby Kiven that all ptboth harirg
claims afriint thecsture cf Joan fcotr, Jr., deceas
ed, muM theui with t..e Probate Court of Cais
ci.QutT, X. T., on or before the
15;t day of S yaiibpr,
at wlrch time a hearing will he had of all claims
thus tilt d. All senium ir demands nnt presented
o i or before ,hat day v-iil be forever debarred, un
less vperiaiiy exempted hv law.
Witnt-!) uiy haul aud oft'.wal eal ihu 16ih day of
Jl.ty, lvi5. I'. II. WHKELKR,
w- Probate Jiide.
Wherea" on thin day arpearrd Andrew B. Taylor,
A jniiGisirator ol t!i crtii,.f 1). y. Arrher, late of
Cum county, X. T , an t mtfkcs application to mate
a final settlement of hia Jrain iiiisiramr.H. ip. there
fore notice is limi, given that the Court will make
such ettlet:vut on
Wednesday, June Hlh, 1803,
at tlio oifice of the Probate Court in Plattsmouth. X.
T.: 1'rovMed Bo one a peals aud shows good cauxe
why fuch wjllleiiiect should not be made.
Witnetauiy hand and seal, this loth ,.ay of Jlay,
ISW. D. U. u h.KLV a,
vra - Probate Juilje.
JK. C. Lewie,
convex axc e:r.
Keal Erttte Aetit. Tax P.iyer. f.,r Iowa aud Xibras
ks. Tit! -s of Land inv.tipated, &c.
ryAH husinesi entrusted to his care will receive
riat'M-.iuth, N.T., April 20li, tf
KLEl'SEll & WISE,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil Lamps.
We urn also atrectfl fur the B'ich man Woolun
Mills, of 6t Joscpb, Alo., and have uuw eu hand a
good a.v-ortmi iH of
TLAXXELS, f-c ,
which w re rpriyt t -r . - - -iiri-pared
te extimrigrf for
WOOL OR CASH,
at very reaonabta Jgures. fSf Oivb u.s a call,
oe floor east of the UtKAi.D oiUc, riatuuouth,
ilay iti, 1305. tf
We have opened a
TO IJFS. JEl
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
Offering and are Selling
Usually found in the Provision Line,
We wish to buy all kinds of
For which the
High cs t Price
will be paid
I n M o n e y r
CSSThose Iiaviri such articles to sell
will do well to call and see us before
TURNER & GOODING.
Plattsmouth, May i2, '65.
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Harper! Weekly has earned fur itself a riirli t to its
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future historians wiil euiirh tot melvs out of Ilar-per'.-
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It is at onotf a lea line political and historical an-nali-t
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lt promptly to those ho prefer to receive their pe
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Will be supplied with a haudsoiue pictorial show-bill
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will be supplied iritis for evei-y cltiii of FKe uh
crilrf"rg at $1 each, in one remittance; or tlx copies
Back bombers can be fnppMod at any tiinrt.
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Addre.a HARl'EIl i P.H OTMElt,
Franklin Sijuare, S. Y.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rLATTSMOUTU . - NEBRASKA.
Main St., opposite
Have on hand
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, fcc.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
"With everything in our line, on short notice.
Vi.,t- mottu io 'Ouick Sales ana Oman .fronts."
Repairing done at all times, at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Farmers, freighters and physicians
AVill find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians- Prescriptions Carefully Filled hy Dr. Black.
Plattsmouth, May 1st, 1SG3, tf
TOOTLE, MANNA cb CO.,
MAIN . STllEET, - - PLATTSMOUTH, N.T
Clothing of every description.
WINES AND LIQUORS OF Alt KINDS
Constantly on hand
BOOTS AND SHOES,
QUE E AWARE, IRON, NAILS,
WINDOW SASH, DOORS & GLASS.
And every article required by
EniKRIKTS, FREIGHTERS, IUEERS & PARJ1EUS.
And everybody else can be supplied at this establishment.
Call and examine our extensive stock.
FIRE PEOOP BEICK
riaUunouih, April 10, '6j.
Platte Valley House,
- - NEBRASKA.
a large stock of
retail Dealers in
a Lare Stock of
Tootle, Uanna 6c Co.
The undersigned are prepared to do
ALL WOEK IN THEIE LINE
CIIAS. VOGT & CO-,1
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA.
LEATHER AND IRON,
SADDLE ft SHOE LEATHER.
Vagons, PLOWS, &c.
iT0rders Promptly attended to.
A uuvct failing Antidote fr Pick IIVn.1-
ache, KyHiM-ptia, Fever anl Azue,
Liver Complaint, evstiwDecx,
lliliomnrss, Neuralgia, Colla,
DLpravea Alp tit, Hiior-
i . . ,r
WIIiSON S PILLS ra onlvcnatty ,
kuowUded l)0 the 1 now in use. A a Family
jiciac thr-j are part iculai ly reeommended-simpla .
Bird hiirmluss, tut highly luidii iual in their com-'
Linatloc. One Pill a d.e, with mild "jut t
tiiia effects. The robust man and the dvlicate cldM
"use them alike, with every ass uranco of entire ,
:if.jty. "With Wilson's Pills, every Sluther lu
the land h.Tmes her own physirian. Thxy hava"
proved themselves a vPEcinc, and stand without
rival for the T-Alvin alTeetions:
HEADACHE, IETEB Sc AGtE,
I1EADACIIK, FEVEB Si AGUI
DYSPEPSIA, LIVES. C0MPLAIKT,
DYSPEPSIA, XITEH. COMPLAINT,
Cdstiveness, Biliousness, NeurolgH
Costivencsa, Biliousness, Neuralgic
8old by Druggists & Dealers evcrywiei .
33. It. PAHNESTOCK & CO.
Importers & Wholesale Druggistaj
No. 60, corner "Wood and 4th Sts.
BOLE rKnrniTOR3 OF
B. L. Fahnestock!8 Verrnifuge.
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uiiilion a niore euterpriiny friond, than Harper's
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and varied excellences of Harper's SlapaEine a jour
nal with a monthly circulation of about 1 7 O.IKJU rop
ir s .lntl:ese pai,c-s aro tu he found tome v' th
chticei-t li'lit au 1 (renei al reading of the dJ". Wc
sp"ak of tliis w.'rk an an evidence of the American
people; and the pupularit) it has acquired i merit
id. Karh number cont.tins fully 144 pntfe of reaid
iti)f mutter, appropriately illustrated with pood wood
cut; and it combines in it.-clf the racy monthly and
the more philosophical quarterly, hlcuded with tho
he.Jt features of the daily journal. It ha great power
in the disterniuat ion of a love of pure literature.
Turiifr'n Ouule tu Aiitr-riean Literntart (London.)
The volumes bound constitute of themnelve a li
brary of miscellaneous reading, euch as cannot b;
found in the same compa.-s in any other puMicat ion
that has coiue under our notice. Boston Courier.
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Address HAItPKR & bKOTHER?.
Franklin Square, N. V.
d. ii. wheeler,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS.
Fire and Life Ins, Ag t,
Agent for collection of claims against Government,
for Soldiers, their widnwj and minor heis. A Kent
for the psrehase and sale of Lands and City proper
ty, Leasini! of Tenements, Payment of Tains ia all
parts of Nebraska and Western Iowa. Attends t
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