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Che glilivaclia iuvuUl.
i.-.o(jal ; i:vs-
TiMT. I'.vi?. L':v?.' ii. S rvioj3 on Sun
day ia the Drioi Schl Hon.', at S p.
("Kuiiirra.ion still ccHUinuc-s in full
TI.e Omiha Ii j uLUcm s-.iys onl:rs
have h-'en receive I to rcsuwa work on
the r;i""oa,l nt l'irit r"';nt-
fTTeterson for July lias been receiv
ed. The mravin, "The Ashes of Life,"
is worth th- j'-rico of the Look.
PTTho hnck is now hcin delivered
for the h'ii'JIn corner Main rind Third
ErTha project of I r'nlarin- the Tlattc
lifts fail ih :ind the OinalKi people are
now l..cain;r tht feasibility of pontoons
fjT7"" ;.-r'e W. rhanilierlain lias Leon
f.piointe-1 h'V th-3 President, District At
torney for Montana territory.
fj v'The number of troops to be mu
terhd out during the month of June, it has
been computed, will etced lC.n'K)-
T'ic-vir Th'TO will 1-e a Palbath
Fehocii 'ie nic at I'-i.ht M'.le Grove on
nest V."u In-- l.-i v 21th In-i.
f-T.rThc r-h'd l.vt.I-r -ontend,;d that
Cotton. was Kin;:. We tru.-t they will
ii .w he convinced of t! 3 superior pow r
of h'.'i' p.
J"l lie Iadi-m doctor Tumblu.r, "r-
ne suuv ia r
I .;;, has
1 hv "iOverr.iuent without
C:;:::::i i'-i- or
C." "Th.'-s" !" our i-itit u- v.h. d'-ire
to "kr. " c )..;"' can procur.1 all the ice
needed f r th.it p:irr o-e hy calling on D.
(raves at hi.-t barber tdiop.
7"Ihe Secretary of War has direr-t-.l
thaf all returned Talon prisoners who
Livv u!Y--re-l martyrdom at tIi-3 .S'iutli
f-hall he i:r.-.n' ula'ly dl-i U:n ed and re
ceive three r.i .n'.h- rxtra pay.
f'A sword, o-tia- 7"", liss hern
pundia-ied hy 1 1 1 frcdmen at Fortri
M mr'"'. f,r rr'-'-r.t:ititn to (Irn. Iln'ier,
in token cf servieos fiideroJ them while
in ca:nmnd in that Department.
r.r; " '"It was admitted during th" a.sas
sin i'..rn trial n Saturday l-y t';o
poi-c - r.r'-i c ''ins' I, that tli r.al n im ff
th t rIorc r known as liyn, is l'owel,
n:l th.tt he came from Florida.
C',"The I-.-iT h:n ih;.:lar-l in la-
v.).- i trvi:.-- the nr--l.-tr:.it-.r, i 'a-.';-, for
tra-'in bef to .a civil fri';ii:ri! rat. her
than .- a o.urt-i.iar:::.I f ;r cji.:; lic
i:y in the n--i ilnati.-n.
C-Wad-J II an; the c h. hr.itcd
II eh cavalry leader, h.ts lot yt t b-.L-n
nrre.-ted by the Union forces. Th" M 's
icai t rvn of Ih.i Iras was captured hy
the l iberals i.n II. i; i2h.ii ul:.
i"t'jn yttnlclman has opei;--1
of Cl .thio ia las j.i.-v.- ! uii,;h.r.
u v,r ta.-t j tho II:.::.;.d ofiiee. Call and
cia'ir.ce his sti
Ir. S. will te!
ua i.i snowing you las go or:
s-:.li: -i tu-m to voti at rasona?
r'Wc havchaJ an almndaiieiof rain
daring the pat week. The raia cn hi-t
Thar-lay had tho cd'ectj to carry o!7
nearly all the culverts and small bridges,
and cmi'lotdy destroyed the sup port of
the new bridge on second street.
f7?"D. J. Mcdnrj, Jl- -, Jhiymaster
for this distiiet, was in town yesterday
paying o!!'the ?dlli:ia Comj any that went
from this t lace last summer to repel the
la i aas.
CVW. J. Hester, of ilt. Fi.iaiant, is
furrdihing t'ie p- ple of I'lattsmoutli
v.ltli the IarL'"t an 1 he.-t vegetables we
have s-'-'n this season. Mr. II. carries on
th " gardening laisineis quite extensive,
and j-rof osei r uttlng up a large unanti
ty of ch ...-e sr.,-.; this fall.
- - m
fr"r?"Th j ' h:v ra'ii- iit c out. mj hitrs
ed-nhiing all the Li lian trihej between
Minnesota, Iowa and the Hooky Moan
t:.".rts. in a reservation on the north-rn
1 r K: of M .r.t.a.a Mil Dacota, with the
l;:it:-h po.ii-.iiions a-ljoluing, as an
la.llialtcd hunting ground.
rtrFull retnrns Iiavo not yet been re-c-'.vi
frm the voti on the new
C, n-tltatl m of Missouri, but so far as
rec ive-1 thev ir.dh.Tit-j its d-.feat unless
tire rebel voted .ire thrown out latere
Lumber of which are said to have been
f T.ll irp-i s 1 1 uf the loth inst,
contains a l.irgc picture f "Death and
Viet ry," r h -rolu Death is r-.prrsented
as -si-ting up : his throne, while Victory
kneels l;f r; blai, the sword falling
from his hinds and the laurel laid away
froru his br -.-.-.
7"H iioeck has jut received a large
I : of chairs at hi j ship on Main street.
'" e ui-.d- r: ind he is making arrangni-ats
' 1 k-- p ci-r.-tantlr on han-1 a large let of
' : ra'.t ire ef every description, so that
u ' ' -al-:g anything ia that lino need
T" t'i hate it laaimfacturcd.
taaha A'-e ..7-.?;i states that
1 IS l,-- n r. .-:.'V.. 1 1 I '. - i :''ft
a 1 1
tiia: 1 '. it v - r , "
".' ."r, or tais c.tv- r.a s bct-n
::: po.r.t, i.:..,f.. ,, , ,.
. ' ., - - .ae r.iwn-e ludi-ins,
, . , u ;h is the fact, we
would sav that r,.i I .... - '
, . , - 1 --r r-i-ruintiuerc
t t..d liavo been m i ... .... .
- i. . e.i r i
tv, ry iv.iv t'.-,r L- ...
. , - 1 - - I--"i-.i-'n, and
"''i''l;' tranjaot tl.-. ,.iiUl, . ,.f
g.T:ar,..,.; i.;jd th-i l..c,r in.rre; rj .
rT"Ti. water in the river a; falling a
iittio t'a:s jnornin .
Vc l avo heon shown a car.ij le of wool,
saeard from a buck helon.'in to Mr. Up
ton, in this county, which id the finest
article we have seen in the west. The
!'or..'i we;.). 1 tvrentY-thrnf r.onrv'q. Mr.
, - - j j
Upton has been chord $175 for tho ani
mal, hut refu.-cs to sell. IIo has a ewe
of the s m-.e brce I.
C y'Head the advertisment of Timber
I. i:. l for t:ale,' in to-day?s paper. The
timber will he soi l ia tracts to suit pur
chasers, raid tho rrairc divided if
desired. This is a rare opportunity for
persons wishing to secure a home or those
wh') already have prairie land and no
timber. The price, we arc assured, is
rv7YYe have been informed that ten
Llays worli would turn the water of the
Platte river sa that it would run down
the west bank of the Missouri, and there
by open a permanent channel on this
side. If this be the fact, why is the work
not done. The channel once opened
alonrj the west hank of the river, and wo
have a permanent landing ;it the foot of
Main street, which would be worth thou
sands of d drirs to this city.
CiiANcn. V. H. II. Waters has sold
e I'r, s-; of N. hraska Cit v, to W. II. Mll-
h r- Mr. Waters has be n editor and
proprietor of th'- I'rrss for ovc three
yirs, duricg which time he has labored
f.ihhfiji'v for tho interest of Nebraska
elty, anil the perpetuity of our fre.o in
stitutions as a nation. Altho;ie:h ho
vacates the editorial chair, lie proposes
riinalaing in tho Territory. Mr. Miller
h is liad e.vpe; ienco in conducting a news
paper, and pr jposos making the I'rcss
second to no paper ia the vest. The
-.apcr viilbe continued in the interest of
free labor ard free institutions.
V.". Reynolds-, for a long tim
editor cf the Nebraska City A" tea, and
later of tl." Omaha, X'1 !.'. i:n, is about
to take control of the editorial colunms of
ihe Uawrcnee (Ka.) in company
with Mr. Christian, . former law partner
of h':i. Lane. They sny the paper will
remain Radical Ilr publicun, and advo
cate the political equality of all men. We
always thought that Milton had a desire
to do right, hut the ''pressure' wa3 too
heavv for lam in Nebraska AVererlaJ
mo oat on the sld3 cf Llbertv
and Truth, and forsaken th.c evil ways of
Tl-.irty desirable business and rcsi-
LOTS IN" TLATT:-MOUTH.
Ten tlni-.:i-;nd acres of prairie and tim
ber LAND IN" CACS COUNTY.
Terms t-j suit ca.i'i purchasers.
la h. r. a i i.r.Fit.
i: .: i - A.
J .i- ". :. 1 Co'i, ; II:;:,., i'. o -.-:.! i.:h.
1-"V: ' J a
? - ".y r ; rr' I P "53
The SubM-rihcr c (T-ts for i-'no, ?." acre
uf gio-1 hanl-v-,- od Timber Lan 1, situa
ted 1 1-2 miles South of Piattsmouth, on
the Mi BJori Ilivtr.
Also. '-' acres of raw Pra'.rio Land, Z
1-2 mlh s Southwest of Ph-.tismouth, on
L our Mile Creek.
Plattmouth, N. T., June 10, LSOj ml.
For the erection of a Church and Recto
ry for St. Luke's Parish, Prot. Episcopal
Church, in Piattsmoath, will be received
from the loth day of June, lSOo, by the
undtr-i.-ne i. l'lans, Ac., may be seen
at ai v ( :;ice.
D. II. WIlLEI.r.R,
Ph-Ztsmouth, N. T., June 15, lew.
ivinrs . f i Ci V (p fi
Twenty Men to drive Ox teams to
ihaiuiock Cit", Miataaa.
lln euire id V. HIT.!). Jn.
Platte Valley House.
Plnttsiuouth, June 1 1th, leo".
. For Sale Cheap At the Storo of
ih-pser tlC Wise'," on! COpv tf '-The
Washington Map of the Uafted States,"
published iu j-'3. Call and see it.
irOXICE TO TAX-PA YEH3.
The City Taxes fur $Z, will bo due
on the First day of Jnii and will bc
eemo deiicptcat, August 1st., ls''o.
J. W. MARSHALL.
riattsmouth, May 30, leO-3.
Wm. Herald, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets, is still selling Groceries, Pro-vi-ions
Farm Produce, kc, as low as
ar.y House in the Vtst. Formers who
have product) to sell will 1 well to call
on him before disposing of their trade.
May."", ISo.: tf.
Notice to Tux-payers oi Division
5, llch. Tcr.
Notice is here'.y given to all persons
within this Division having an income
exceeiling in amount six hundred dol
lars, that I will receive all returns of the
saaie at the oliiee cf T. M. M'arquett, in
1 'laltsinouth, Nebraka, on Friday and
Saturday, tho 1-V.h ,-uiil lTth of June,
loj.j. Ail persons liable to tax will do
well to call and make return of the same,
thereby saving an addition of 2-J per
cent on the amount of t is.
Dated" Phittsmoii, Mav 20th, l?G-3.
r. M. D iRUING'l ON.
Division No. 5, Nebraska, composed of
the Counties of Cas, Lr.neaster, kSew
ard, I hi. her, Polk and Calhoun.
Loots CuSIiOtrS A largo lot just ic-tievt-d
ly, Amiso;.. Dovkv A: Co .,
-A larg'5 lot just received
AtON. Dlw.v J. Co.
Petronizc Heme Institutions
Ail persons wishing to secure a sure
preventive from damage- by lightning
will do will to sec-ire one of those Star
Fluted rods, with Sprats patent Insula
tors, nnd tho best plated Points. All
work warranted. Leave orders at Mur
phy iv: Clean's shop, or with the under
signed. Having permanently located
ia the Territory, I soiictit your patronage.
J. S. WATKRrf.
ClctMnS'. If you want to buy Ready
Made Clothing, cull at
mlw4 . S. Rr.oo'fs.
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Uoots and Shoes at
ml vv-1 8. Rloom's.
P.evolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of Revolvers received at
mlwl S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-iltting Goods at
rulwl S. Bloom's.
Sweet Potatoes. --Tho undersigned
has a fine lot of Sweet Potatoe plants for
sale; also a large lot of choico Tobacco
plants. Orders may be left at the Drug
Store of Black & Buttery, where tho
plants will ho delivered, or at my garden,
near Mt. Pleasant.
Ma- la, w4 W. J. IIESSER.
Lest 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 "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 como when
costs will be added.
M ay 17 S. DUKE, Treas.
FOR SALE- A good farm of lGO
acres well improved, situated within
four miles of l'lattsmouth. For partic
ulars enquire at the IImrald office.
Farm For Sale
I have a good farm for pale, consisting
of iC-j r.crcs ; 100 fenced, 90 under cul
tivation,and about Go acres of timber.
It is situated 7 miles south of l'latts
roo'jth on the ir.ain thoroughfare to Ne
brat ka city. For particulars enquire on
the premesis, or of Iliram Davis in this
A. M.P. WIIITTIER.
April, 2i3 ra 1.
I'mI'C'I.I Ar' Ilci , rgc V,'. Arel:rr ni l Aijlir,n-o
AreVr vl.l ftV-.i is tire, th-it .Tulm Ernhart ami Sn
r. a t, l -rl i.rt li.. on ike T'.!i l:i of June, A. i. 1 10.1,
1. 1- t ii.- i- lull !' i-'inr-t.-it-t in the Di-iiift C":i-.'t I
t! -. Jiiiliri ii District w :th::i .m l f -r C-i ceinty.
N. T., a.- liii.st t-:i fr.'i.l l.-;!l?llr. Arc!n.r, if,re'e Ar.
cher al Al;-" Ar;l e -f ' :end;t:.t, s-1: 1 ' i 1 K leith
tl.at one David L. Ardn-r H-ta t the pluintiir. So. an
K.-.iI'.iit, w: t'i" b'i.l Je-iiU jEarl...i t, the Iluwiii:
d- -- 'I lr.,iiii--:, to- it:
V.' t h.ill 1 f.v Smi!i leilf l-C ' f the
North lei't 1 ef the ti e S call Last, ifx-iner 1-4
,;- .-.-.! Merty two t 'W.i t-:vi 12 rjug-:
t-.u- ot-n 1 1 V. i-:, in '.': cuiinty, X. T.
l;- , i .1.5 r ; l ;,-.!.i:: o-.U th il 1 of conveyance,
i-i I vi. : Ar h-r rnp.,i.. n taistak.-; an'l ili-fl-.l
.1..1L-1-- nt ieiu-r l:ir..l ti th--- Mid S -.s.tn K.irliart
'i' in- -ud Ar.-li- .- haviiiir since died. -'T-t ,i ict l-:ris
1 j'i.-.-. Ami ' -a :' -, t' ;if - ni 1 niiKartt: l? or i-i-ci-f
i. i,t-.J th t it iiiuy le d.-cr-vd tl.at a 51 --t -r i f th.'s
t.'iuit n:;.'.- uu': t';c id S-:g in Kr.;u-t a d- c i to
.-a: I f :!ii--.-, i:,. -a .'.1 arc if -'- : c:m;. i. ts toin.ike
!';.- ; t i - . Atid ti. it the sai-1 Is il't-ii i A-. ' i r, Cwi,
W. A -'-I-,-r :i ul ;;-'.(. n.-? Arri-'-r, are h.vchy i,nir:rj
;!,Ot!,-v -i-L- ijtiiii-I r- iij-p-.-ar and uawci'.aid
l-.ii. ft- 'ir,: i.n r 1 ,-f. rc the 4.h day ..f (-..-'- -r
A. L-. l -ii.".,il l.einT t:n-9-rcniid day f the next term
.-f i :.i '. in r j'l'i.. i;.-- it v -1 1 ht- ri ;i.i..i t-1 i-l ;iinsl
Um c.--.r lu:g tj I c.Uiiicti ra-r.
n ,f.ri J,:n.. T l--:5.
'j. .M. :iii '.; rT -, s. '. :.- C.-.-ni. .i:i.-.Tits.
Tiiose in want of
can fnd thorn nt Hiaek, l-uttery & Cc's
or at my Garden near Mi. Pleasant; at
25 ci'i- ici' SZcHitfrcri.
A liberal iliscount will be made for lots
of one thousand.
May o-', W. J. IIESSER.
S.i'ic i. 'irrMir :-:v-n d M prr.;oa iutere-'ti-d,
t!. i .1 i.-.,'. Valley h n ciaiie a ; d i-.it; "n to t ti" I'ro
l,:tto C.-iirt t,i n;ake rinal .t ti 1 mli t i f hi.s .A ilinin is
ti a- ir-lii;. of th- !:-t i-ei-f J .--i'Ii I. K.-...-e d.-cead,
laic ii(lJis cuuuty, Xot-tatkil. Tho Court Ljjj ap
jioi.Jtcl ST!ur!inj, Juno. 17, lFGo,
a the d iy t n:a le s'lcT: .-c'tlcmcut, wlita all ar-
ics .iitt: '- U-.1 c:.n ;-.(.; e;kr.
Vtne-R my ! " n 1 -".rl seal of oQ-'e this
L. . 27tli day cf iiiy, l:)i..".
i). ii. vrnEELFit,
1'i obi'tt Jtulje.
S'ay 27, lsr." v
Nctir- l:en-hy sriv...n iTiat K. 11 (V.Trrfln has
ri -. :ifji.ict.ii'.n to -- iiii--.inittl Adrniiitrator of
O, r i'Jti c i, J. V. l'-,ir'iii, late ih-cea.ed of Cass
-.i:.it v Th ' Cu'i-t x ill h'-.-ir Fiid ai'y-'.ic.nii.n fur
a;- .iviatmei.t a-i Adn;ii.-;r it,.r, u S-nffday , July
1: J :.". .t t I' .i'i A. M., it. flattsiiii.-.ih, X.
T , at fthich t.iac, all porfi-us ltitcrcatcd Wiil ni-
"itr.ess my hand att.l s- al, !h" 3 201 d;iy of Mav,
v:S. n. IJ.vrHr.ET.EJ:, rr. hate Jui!i.
A McCormick two-horse Reaper, in
good order. Also a Threshing Machine
and Horse Power.
Apply to Amisoa, Dovev .ICo., or
J. V.. DOOM,
-It Vceping Water Falld.
titaldisli. d iu 1-1J.
4 GooJ, Cheap and rcrj Valuable Paper
f-r luvrr'j .M':n, H'i-vi!, a-'d Child
IX CITV, VILi.AC.FI, AXD COL'XIUY.
Farm, Garden, and Household,
hiclii'.lhf a !jcci'ji' Djarlhitrit of Inter
esting and I-istrncllr IleaJiiifur
Children nnd Yi.uth.
The A jri.'i:'tTt't i a Urre periodical of CO pnf
beautifully iiritiie I. au.Ul.ird with i.'ain, p. aciic!il,
rtl:n'-le cricinal ttattcr, Inrln lin liunJre.U of bean,
tit-.il aaj initructiv Eariivir.ga ia every annua,!
It cor.ti'.r. eich mont'i a CaJca lar of Oteration
tc be l-r'nm.-d -.n tin I',r, m. in the OrcluirU and
Ci-.-riA .1 . ia uni aronnd tha ccHing, etc.
T'tie tJion-nB-i ef l:int3 aril fuee-tioaa firtn in
every Teiume ar ).r .-r-t l.y jract.cal, iutllife'Bt
Working Men, wlic know what they write about.
The .iu...Wi' iKj.iu tii.ri't U valuable t. every
I! e.-.-eWc. p-r, Hlfirdiiif very tnany usvfU hints auj
il ; ei te-.r;-, cilcsjlatuJ to lighten and facilitate in
d r-w- k
The J. ..arlmnt f.r ClUXren and r..i.7i in pre
I irl with sj a.ial c.i.-e. t fu: r-;h only amaae
int n;, hr.t ai-o 1 1 lucul rate kno -iedr and touoa
ni-.rai j.riuc:d s.
Tkkms. Th riica'utirn of th Amir! flit Agrl-
c-i'rari-i (more th3 l.-n.'-"0) i laipettiat it can
be f ini!-! l ut tue w price of 1 ; year; four
o. cs i Q-' jer, JTi; tcu c(dcn ODe year, tl.; twcrity
or :n: r, c:.e y.:r, Jl e.iChi kindle epics, 1j fetus
IT A YEAH.
OKAXGK JUDI, Pin. jso Tr.op'R.
21 I'.irt Kow, Kpw i,rk City.
WATCyiTAKER and JEWELER,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - NLCIlASIvA.
A (rood a--ottpient f ':.'. e'- Ci-- .i Tens,
J. -. i ii-v. siiier Wan-, F.itc t.-i' i-'s. Vi dins and Vi-
. !;n ' riP'.ruiiff-; .liTjyi n hceA. Alt,;, i jii;-
.i i . i..- i ut ce Wafra::iv1
Gents Furuishiag; Goods
&c., Arc., Sic.
Also a lnrcro lot of KUIiTiEK GOODS
and KEVOLYLRS always on hand.
will Cnd it to their benefit to examine
my stock Leforo purchasing elsewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Furs
riattsmouth, May 25, tf
PROVISION STOBE !
We have opened a
3 "Xs O DEL hi
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
OJj'crlng and arc Selling
Usually found in the Provision Line,
'A k w, ? '-rci
We wish to buy all kinds of
Fur which the
will Le paid
In M o n e y
fSThose having such articles to sell
will do well to call and see us before
TURNER & GOODING,
riattsmouth, May 22, 'G-5.
J. P. Jf-nninp? aa l Peiijamin Childp, )
li.'m cf J. B. Juiininga At Co., C"tiip"s J
vs. I In Chancery'
Win n. TVarliritt ti anl Eli?a''v:l V
V;irlri:ton, IVfVndants. J
In pursnano an l by tirtuo of a 0ccrt.-t.il nnler to
me ilire leil Irora the Ji!!nct Cou' t if the 2.1 Jmlicial
l:.-trict iuauj f.ir c'.iss county, Xthrask Tcriitory,
inatlp i ti tlte aiove chu..-'. kuiI h date on tii
.'tn ijy of uri". A- L. lvll, binj.' a rpecial turm of
said Court, I, the f ulmi-rilifr, M -.t'r in (haucery for
saj.l Ccurt , will t pubiic v -n.Iue, ,ir ca.fi, to
the hvhe't aiiilLtst hi.lilcr, in front of the Court
H-JU.-e in Plaitsmou'h, X. T-, on
Monday, the 10th dry of July,
at two o'clock in tho afternoon of paid day, the f 1-1-ju-ir'
descnho.l leal etat?, sitaut-'d iaCais county,
Ni-braska. to-vi it:
The tji.uth-ha.-1 qr. of kiv. So. thrive 3 ,
and the North-Iia?t qr. :,' ofi!;B S .nlh-West qr
I. of fee. 2'o. three in oirr.ship No- twelve
I- n.irtli 'f rnuge nninb -r twelve l'J eaEtofthe
fith I'.M.. in Ciins countv, Ni-brahka T-i-ritory, and
coutainiu two hundred acrei more or less, together
Willi al! aod singular the improvements, heredita-ni'-nta
or apimrtenances ther.'on or th-reto belong,
ias or in nr.y wiseapp-rtaintnj. To be sol I as the
pr-.p. riy of the dereii.lanu in tha above cause, to
i-atifsfy iiai-1 decre--, the amount of which i two hun.
drcd and firtr.f m d. llaii i.'.i-J ) and int'.rest from
th-dale o( s.-.id dej.e-, atidco.is of sail and sale.
LJt-J r.Atici.ioiuii Nr!v Ter. T'.h .Tun", A. I.
i". M liOiiKI.Nr.TON.
I-U!r;l - liaactry.
iMisxv lETzsEi.nNriias shop.
MURPHY fc GLENN,
Main St., opposite Tlatte Valley House,
rLATTSIOTJTIT, - - - NEBRASKA.
Have on hand a large stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
PDTnT J? C "A7TTTT"C CTH"DC
Cijirry Combs, Brushes, Cards, tfec.
Outnt a Mule
With everything in our
Our; motto is "Quick
Repairing- done'ht all times, at reasonable rates.
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Kedicinal use,
Dye "Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
! ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. J31ach
jPlattsmouth, May 1st, 1SG-5, tf
a. U -44 m
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaiicd
AND STAMPED WARE.
We keep constantly on hand Emigrants' and Freighters
Sflch as Camp Stoves, Frying
Uamp lvcttles, vvc. we also Keep inain rumps ana
Fixtures, Hydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Collec Mills &c.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice, with
neatness and despatch. Are agents for the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main St., South Side, between
; Second and Third Streets,
l!LATTfIOUTII. - ' XEIiltASKA-
KLEl'SER & WISE,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
: WINDOW SHADES,
Coal Oil Traill lis.
We ar. al.-o spreDts for the Buchanan Woolen
Mills, of St Jos'-pb, Mo., and have now u hand a
t:ood assoitru'-ut of
which we ha ve recf.ivd en commission, and are
Prepared to exchange for
WOOL OFl CASH,
nt very rea-jonabla Jgures. tXB (live ns a call,
one door ea t of the Herald cEce, Platttmouth,
May IH, ISSO. tf
or Horse Train
lino, on 6hort notice.
Sales and Small Profits."
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally.
Pans, Skillets and Lid?, Ovens,
CIIAS. YOGT & CO
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
SADDLE &.SHOE LEATHER,
Findings niui Tools
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c.
CP'Orders Promptly attended to.
TI5E TKIKl Ii Tor 1SG5.
The unitary and Naal fuecese of 160-1. witU the
su-l'ii i. us result of our I'reaidential ontet, hT
lii fd a lie:tw freight from the l reat of the loyal
miUnTK of our couutrymen. It is now felt, even ly
th. .-e h.i h.ive teeu rii'tms-.fiil nd faint hearted
th-it the I'nion is to etnerpe ti iuiui'hant from the
iie.nity s-rifa whereinlo the was si wickedly r-recipl-tBtrt
I hv her assailants, an-l tha I clavery, her re
lentles.i f-e,i h to enconnt-r the ftte of llaman. Tho
Irils of foreik'n iterveiition and of Western inmr
rection are sW; pas.e 1 ; Abr aham I.ixcolk.I no
lonper .issailahle as a choice Jof the winoiily, lulls
the helm oI'M.tle fr f iur yoars longer; the rebellion,
pa!patlv Me&kened hv its defrnts and lossef during
the past year witn its cre.i.t to renuceu mai u
jurse-Uarer ctllcially d ciares that its Treasury
noies can only be exi h-inir'-d for coin at the rare o
twenty-five for one, w hiie its lnd command but
six cents on the iio!lr--but awaits the blow which
hall onn strike the sw.ird from it paracid.il nana
and remit its master .-pirita the justice, or it may
he to the clemoncy, of a k rely wronped and justly
iucensrd but forbearing and niHguanunous people.
Such are the auspices which jtisti'y our faith tha the
presi nt year will see the Stars and Stripi s float un-tiillen--ed
fn m everr battlement in the Kcpublic,
and the ierf-ct law of I.Herty for All immovably im
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wr an even Its humblest member then will our
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Filing Claims against Estate of P. A
Kotice i-i hereby pivn thnt all persons having
claims against Hie eolate of Peter A. barpy,deceaed,
late of C'.t.s coimtr, must file them duly authenti
cated hy oath, with the Probata Court of Ca-s coan
tv, V. T., on or before the tKCOXU DAY Or JAX
L'AUV, lS'l-'., at which time th-;re will be a hearlntr
! air tiaiis tl:us fi:d, nad au allowance made by
ti-.e Court of all claim proven to be j is.
V.'itness my Uaiiil and seal tuis 15'h day of My,
l -'"' D. IL W'HKELER,
May lo, mH Probate Judge.
Notic is hereby (,-ivc-n that James Chalfaut, A(f
minist rator of the estate of Wm. J. Rakes, deceased,
has rrad application to the Probate Court of Cass
county, X. T , to make final fett-aent of his Ad
Illini5tritrhip f said estate. It in ordered that
final set'!, mer.t will be made by tbe court with
said Adminietrator oa
Thursday, June loth, 1SG5,
if no oue appears and shows that snch settlement
ef. ul.l no' be made.
V.'u:ies my hand and cffioial seal nn this ICth
iLrofMiy, lse;.. n. II. WJTFELEK
I v.3 lu l..,ts Jude.
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