Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, July 19, 1865, Image 3
LOCAL NEWS. Epf.cial Notice. All job work must be paid for on deliver. f?"New potatoes and green corn are quite plentiful in the city. ZGen. F.. K. Livingston arrived at fcii Lome, In this city, on SuDday last. ryThe weather lor the past week has Leen unusally cold and wet for the month of July so col l as to cause many to don their winter clothing. JIIurrah for oar tide! Wm. Stadel mann ha erected an awning in front of his Lnilding on Main street, which gives the place quite a city appearance. CWe hear occasionly of-a field of wheat injured Ly the rust but a- a gen eral thing the whoat crop in this part of the Territory surpasses a.l former years. - m CTho river has been rising very rapidly for the past twenty-four hours, and bids fair to get as high as during spring rise. C3?"W Hjatt has completed the repairs on the hotel building, corner of Main and Third St, an J the house is now open for the accomodation of the trav eling public. f27nead the farewell address of Dr, Franklin, in to-day's paper. This is a document never pefura pu'-ilished in tlio west, an 1 it will pij to give it a careful perusal and to follow tho alvico of the learned Dr. Feomoted In a letter received in this city yesterday from Caff. J. YV. IVarman he informs his friends that he hi;s b'.'en promoted to Chief Q i :irt.-.Ttnater of tlie State of Iowa, with head quarters at Davenport. 1'rers. ?"Mr. CI. l-'.Mirider. s eing a notice a few weeks since to the e!T -ct th it there was '-room on our ub-:;ri jtion book for a few more nam'," h;n f.irikiihed some ten or twelve, together with the re qui.site amount of green -backs, fur whijh we ar3 truly thankful. fcifl: (ioldin has removed his cloth ing home to first door west of the I Ik bald office and proposes selling off his present block n.t a Faerif.e in order t' make room for a Urge tto-k this fall. Now i the time to get 'L.trgu'ais." See ad vertisement in to-d ivs p:irer. . Sergt. MeM'ik' n's report bhows that three hundred an. I !'. fty-!ive wagons have left this city for th wet witliin the past two weeks. J.ia J-1 i with 'overnment freiglit, an I ruuhinery f)rt!ie injje. Three more trains are now lying here awaitirg the arrival of thfir 1 a ling. Ci?"Why is it th-.t every time we have a rain during the n:ght or morning we iget no :nail from Omaha?. Does a little rain prevent the mail crossing the I'lutte, or is it through tho neglect and careless ness of some one connected with the transportation of th? ma. I that causes their failure win can toil? j7"II own ,1 1 hateher oiler g'eat in. dujements t j farmers and freighters who ari in want of any kind of merchan dise. They are posted in the wants of the commuTiitv, and are prepared to euj ply them at thmost reasonable rates. Givo them a call, at their n'ff store on .Main street. You will lin 1 them thor ough gentlemen, an 1 always ready to wait on customers. fX5?"Mis Amy C. I.yean and Mis Car oline Sha will open a District School, in the brick s.'h.iol house in this city, on Monday, tho olsr in-t. MUi Sliea is well known, as a teacher, to most cf our citizens, having been engaged in teach ing in this city f,.r Fin,e time. Miss Lv can is spoken cf in the highest terms of praise by those who are acquainted with her. Th-y extend an invataihm to all. C5?"H"hy is it that our city authorities charge circuses bu: four and five dollars license, wuen almost every little place in the conntry demands of them not less than $25, and some $j0? Would it nut be a wise policy to put on a little more tariff on institutions that tako thousands of dollars out of th J community, and beneSt no one, but 11 their own pockets? If our worthy M ivor would d m m l a little more license from some cf these ewinileing institutons, it might enable ti3 to have some city improvements in the way of bridges, which are badly needed. gFlour is selling at $1.50 per sack in this city best juality. There are two large etearn flouring Mills in the city, where almost any quantity of Sour can be manufactured. We are using an ex cellent article manufactured at the mill of Messrs. . Well, we have looked all through our advertising col umns ami cannot find who are the pro jrietors; but our readers can rest assured that they manufacture a superior article of Cour, and always keep a supply on hani. CTSfA short time tince one of our pat rons gave us notice to discontinue his advertiment nna send in the b;, M a reas3n that he could not afford the expense. Tl,e till w, w,i;n,ir,,nr fat (iiirrn!,l'-k.i - - f rates for advertising) nn.1 11 A f A vw ,1 A , u -swe revived the amount caheJ for, together with a note statin that they "were agreed, ,urrri,eii ;t the amount charged, and thut we could continue the advertisment as lon- n a ... "Ka3WC liked at the figures." It U sufficient to Bay that the party is an extensive adver tiser, and is thoroughly acquainted with fc.apricei an'1. bcntStg'of aivertisinr. forjudge William KeJogg, and Col. E 1$. Taylor of the Reh:blican have gone ast. Mr. Taylor has gone on business connected with Indian matter. C3"What would our readers think of an address, delivered on the Tourth day of July, eighteen hundred and eixty-five, that would fill five columns of a news paper and not containing a single word of joy at the successfull termination of the gieat struggle through which our nation has ju3t passed? Would they think the orator was "too full (of loyalty) for ut terance?" or would they, more naturally, suppose that was a subject upon which he did not care to have his views made public. See an address purporting to have been delivered on tha 4th, some where in the vicinity of Plattsmouth. i Ci?"A graceless scamp by the name of Barney O'Donnell, entered the stable of Mr. Glenn last Monday night, and stole two pair of briddles, two collars, pole straps, and various other small articles all new. Tho villian had the audacity to comotothe shop of M. B. Murphy (where the tnings were manufac tured) yesterday morning, and try to trade the collars for smaller ones. Mr. Murphy recognized the property, and immediately took steps to have the cul prit arrested. lie was taken before Justice O'Niel for examination, and held to bail in tho sura of $150. The property was all recovered. fj7l)uring tho storm last Friduy eve ning, a singular appearing conical shaped cloud was visible in the no. th west. Wejlearn- that; the section of country, over which it passed was visited by a severe hail storm, damagng crops to a considerable extent. Tho corn on some farms was badly cut down, and, although we have not heard any particulars, we have no doubt the standing wheat was severely injured. Latkr. We are informed by Mr. Thomas that the hail storm embraced a scope of country about three miles in length ami two or two and a half in width, entirely distroying the crops on the farms of S. L. Thomas, Mrs. Craig, W. W. Con nor M. Hyatt, and Thomas Thomas. The hail was accompanied by a strong wind, w hich changed to almost all points of the compass during the time the storm last ed, which was about twenty or thirty minutes. Fences were blown down, and generally strewn about. Mr- Thomas discribes the wheat and oats as baing as completely threshed as he ever saw it done by a machine, and nothing left of the corn crops cxeent the stubs of the stalks, which were badly bruised by the falling hail Some of the farms adjoin ing those above mentioned were injured considerably, but. not so as to entirely destroy tho crops. The hail stones were not of so great a size as are often seen, but were driven with terrible force by the wind. LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS. (7"Shryuck has just received another lot of chairs (selecled expressly for this market.) superior to any ever before offered in Plattsmouth. Such ns fine rush and cane seat, stutlVd split bottom (a new nrtieie) and wood seat chairs. Also counter and desk stools; childrens chairs, nurse chairs Ac. If you want an article that will recommend itse'f give him a call. A few more coming of the same sort. Main St, opposite M. E. Church. Farm for Sale The undersigned offers for sale his farm, contesting of 100 acres, 2.3 under cultivation, .situated 17 miies west of Plattsmouth. Also one span ff horses and a wagon, farming utensils, Ac. For particulars enquire of Wm. Lrwin, Glen dale P. O. July 10. in. I. WM. SPENCE. Proposals St. Luke's Church andHectory At 12 in. on 2 'th July Ijjj the time for reeeiveing proposal for the erection of a Church and Kectory for St Lnke'd Parish will expire. D.II. WHEELER, Clerk of Vestry. STRAY NOTICE. Taken up by the Subscriber, living 10 miles south of Plattsmouth, X. T., in Liberty Precinct, Cass county : One Bright Bay Mare with blaik m ine and tail; left hind foot white up to the pastor joint; collar marks on each side of the neck about sis inches long, bald faced; saddle mark on the right ide about the size of a dime. JNO. C. KAKES. July 1, Ittio w3; HISTORY OF THE WAR ! The right kind; just such as most ev erybody say they want all in one vol ume S00 pages, beautiful steel plate engravings, well bound in leather, gilt backs, marble edzes, all for $4, will bo ready by 1st of Oct. next. FRANCIS FORBES, Agt. P. S. All of my old subscribers will have the above history at a mnre triHe above cost of second volume, (it being the same history). F. F. SALE OF AN ESTRAY. At or about 10 o'clock. A. M.. on the 12'h dav of August, l6o, nt the resi-d-nee of Hhry Stull, in Oreapolis Pre cinct, I shail sell, for cash in hand, to the highest bidder, the following prop erty, taken upas an estray and posted by Henry Stull, to-wit : One Ox, about eigCt years old, marked with a crop off his lett ear, ana is of a reil anil wnite color. Appraised at Forty Dollars. Ap praised by Frank G. Parcel and Jacob I lorn.' lW ord-r of HENRY STULL. James O'Neii, Justice of the Peaci. FOR SALE ! Thirty desirable business and resi dhnce LOTS IN PLATTSMOUTH. - Ten thousand acres of prairie and tim ber LAND IN CASS COUNTY. Terms to suit cash purchasers. D. if. WHULEE. B-il tat Atvat, J"a 6, m4 Craxt Ha, Hit naontb. CHEAPEST YET! Wm. Herald, corner cf Main and Sec ond streets, is still selling Groceries, Pro visions Farm Produce, &c, as low as any House in the West. Farmers who have produce to sell will do well to call on him before disposing of their trade. May 30, 1805 tf. Patronize Home Institutions. All persons wishing to secure a sure preventive from damage 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 in the Territory, I solictit your patronage. J. S. WATERS. ESTRAY NOTICE. Taken up by the Subscriber residing three miles South of Plattsmouth, Cass co., N. T., on the 17th day of Juue, 1805, ona Dark Bay Horse, l4 1-2 hands high, branded C or G on each shoulder, had a headstall on when found, is about five years old- The owner is hereby re quested to call, prove property, pay charges and take him away. G. II. THOMAS. June 21 w3. ESTRAY HOUSE. Taken up by the Subscriber, in his en closure, one mile South of Rock Bluff, on the morning of the 10th of June, 1SG5, a Dark Bay Horse, four years old, about 1G hands high, with a white spot on the forehead, a snip on the nose, white bind feet, shoes on behind, had been shod be fore, collar marks on tho neck and shoul der. On the night of the l'Jth, he was stolen, and recovered again in Savannah, Mo., and returned to me the morning of the 27th inst. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take him awav. THOMAS PATTERSON. June 27 w3. Es.ray Horse. Taken up by the subscriber, on his enclosed premises in Louisville prscinct, Cass county N. T., ajout twelve miles west of Plattsmouth, on the 25stinst., one iron gray horse, about 13 1-2 hands high, and supposed to be about four years old, no marks or brands perceiva ble. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and takn said an imal away. CHAS. II. DURFEE, Plattsmouth, June 22, 1SG5. Notice to Road Supervisors. You will each be furnished with a copy of th RoaJ Law of Nebraska, in which your powers and duties are defined, by calling at the office of the County clerk of Cass county. B. SPURLOCK, June 23. Co. Clerk. For Sale Cheap At the Store of Klepser & Wise, one copy of "The Washington Map of tho United States," published in 1803. Call and see it. Boots & Shoes A large lot just re- i v. n..... t- 1 Pistols A large lot just received by Amison, Dover & Co. Farm For Sale- I have a good farm for sale, consisting of lOo acres ; 100 fenced, 90 under cul tivation, and about Go acres oT 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 city. A. M. P. WHITTIER. April, 25 ml. A Card to Invalids. A CIrgi lniin, while n sijiiig in Suath America as a luis-ioniiry , riitcovereti a shi? ana turrpie teinruy fir th'-cure of Jfervous WiakMesn Early Peay, Dij.ea s of th- Ciinary an1.Scniinal Oigans, and the whole trniu of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious hahi'a. (ireit nnm'ier hare been al reatr curel by Ibis noble remedf . Prompted by a licKlre t beueBC tbe afflicted and unfortunate, I trill srnd the recipe for pr. pariu? and lining thM medi cine, in a sealed earel pe. to any eae who needs it. Free of Cltfirge. Pli-aie inclose a post-paid envelope, adJressed to you'self. Ad.lress JOSEPH T. ISMAX, June 25 f tatiou V. I'.ibie Uouf, Sew Y.-rk City. S. BLOOM Dealer in READY MADE Gents Furnishing Goods ats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Scc, &c, Szc. Also a Inrre lot of RUBBER GOODS and REVOLVERS always on hand. Fim igr t:a.tgg AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find it to their benefit to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Cash paid for Hides, Furs and Wool. Tlattsmouth, Mar 2o, tf E. C. Lewis, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEX ANC ER. Real Etite A?ent. Tax Payer for Iowa and Nebras ka. Titles of Land investigated, Ac. S?f A ll busineai entrusted to his car' trill receire prompt attention. riamoM-B, K.T , ir-i: t: CHEAP GOODS AT THE NEW STORE! Howe & Thatcher, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DSAtiaa im FANCY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, YANKEE NOTIONS, Hardware, Queensware, STAPLE AMD FANCY GROCERIES, OUTFITTING G00DS,&C THKT Villi MOT BE UNDERSOLD Call before purchasing, and Examine Goods and Prices. If you do not buy, you will CS-ot FOsted ! REMEMBER THE PLACE, OPPOSITE POST OFFCE, PLATTSMOUTH, IV. T. July 1, 1S65. tf PROVISION STORE! We have opened a S "37 O 3U Opposite the PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE, Where we are Oft eriji"- and are Selling j - Everything Usually found in the Provision Line, We wish to buy all kinds of Country Produce. Such as Butter, Vegetables, &c-, For which the Highest Price will he paid In Money EiSSThose .having such articles to sell will do well to call and see us before selling. J. H.HEYSER &. Co. Pv.8mrjtb, lUy 2, 65. M. B. MURPHY, Main St., opposite Platte Valley House, PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA. Has on hand a large stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS, Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, tfce. Ho can Outfit a Mule or Horse Train With everything in his line, on ehurt notice. My motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits." Repairing done at all time, 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 Kedicinal use, Dye AVoods, Dye Stufis, and Fancy Articles Generally. Farmers, freighters and pTiysictans AVill find cur stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu ine and of the best quality. Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr, Black, Plattsmouth, May 1st, 1S65, tf E. T. DUKE & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned AND STAMPED WARE. We keep constantly on hand Emigrants and Freighters OUTFITTING GOODS, Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans, Skillets and I,id, Ovens, Camp Kettles, &c. We also keep Chain Pumps and Fixtures, Hydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Coffee 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, PLATTSMOUTH. - - - NEBRASKA- KLEI SER & WISE, Dealers in BOOKS & STATIONERY, WAtli PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, Confectioneries, Notions, Toys, Coal Oil Lamps. &c Sec, "We ire also Cfrectft for lh Buchanan WoolPn Mills, or St Josejib, Mo., and bare now on hand a good assortment of FAXCY CA.SSIXERES, CLOTHS, JEANS, FZJiKXt3,dkc , which w hare rrceiTcd en commission, and are prepared to exchange (or WOOL OR CASH, atrery reaaonabia agarea. A9 Give o a call, one door east of the UcaaLD office, Flsttunonth, Sebra-ka. Mar 1. 18! WORK. ! CIIAS. VOGT & CO , Cor. Main and 5th eta., NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA, Dealers in LEATHER AND IRON, SADDLE &. SHOE LEATHER, Saddlers' Hardware Findings and Tools, WAGONS, PLOWS, &c. SSOrders Promptly shaded to. . , .,. ...... . . -- ---v ; -v' : i -. ........ 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Ej-The circulation of the IItAIRIE FARMER U now the largest of any paper of its claes in the West and North -West, and offers to Nurserymen, Florists and Imp lenient Manufacturers, tbe best medium to reach the masses interested. EM Lit CO., 204 Lake St.. Chicago, III. BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. I am always on band at my Phtrp, on the south side of Main street, one door west of the lIstuLU Ofllce, to make Boots t$ Shoes to Order, Of the beat materi al and Latest LStylc, t have a good assortment of work on band, and win keop, at all times, work to suit customers. Repairing Done on Short Notice. GAGE & POISAL. Plattsmouth, April 10, 'Go tf Zi. FROST & Co,, WHOLESALE GROCERS. Opposit9 the Post Office, NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.