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-5"Mr. L. GolJin who ha been cast
after goods, firnveil on the Denver last
k'TheU'is-ro-American telegraph 13
completed to a point 870 miles north of
m - -
fJ?" Two or three jour Tinners can
find employment by npplyin fit the Tin
Store of K. T. Duke V Co. in this city.
. . .
rProt. Kpis. Church Services next
Sunday A. M. and I. M. in the Brick
"Si)alI stacks of bricks tire making
their appt'arnnce in front of many build
ings on Mi;a St. preparatory to construc
tion of sidewalks.
T;ie new hteamcr "St. Joeph,"
belonging to the St. Joseph & Omaha
racket line, came up ou Monday evening.
J-he 5s a neat little craft, and will do ex
cellent service on this route.
j?"Somo eight or ten wagons loaded
with coal in ad j their nppearance on our
streets last Ssnday. We have not been
able to learn detinitely where it is from
nor wither it is bound.
JTXevada will electa Congressman,
November 7th. Mr. Vl'orthington the
late representative, and Colonel E. V.
Sumner, son of the lateMijor General
Sumner, nrc the candidates.
!nnT to ri:rchase
, -j, "j n -- i
Kcal Kstnte, w.Il l!nd good bargains by
rr r i -. !
.ailing at t!) office of 1. M. Dorrington,
. T. . lM tp
Real IMnte Ajrent. Office over I.lack i
l'.utterv's Drug Store.
'We h ive a number of names upon
our subscription books that were on'y
paid for six months. We would say to
nil 8u.-h. the time ha? expired; and if you
wish the paper continued, please present
rourselves nt th "captains office.'
Might have been seen on Main St. last
Saturday evninz: A "four years fail
ure" copperhea whining around are
turned soldier for the purpose of induc
ing him to vote the Cop. ticket, and the
naid soldier tcllincr him that the whole
I.artv wi-i a -t of h ick-bitting rebels.
rrflolditiir-' goods have arrived- If
you want a hut, coat, panto, vest, or any
thing niually k.-pt in a clothing house,
don't f to jrive him a onU. lie selects
liis own goodx, and you can depeml upon
everything being of the best quality.
Don't forget the place one door west
of the lis r i.i offic.
II n. I. W. Ilitchoek, Delegate
to Congress from this Territory, was in
town on Monday, on his wav to the lower
rti of tfio Territory. Ho is looking
nee returning to the Terri-
t,.rv. n .tw ith-tandin
his health was fee-
bb) mist of the time he remained in
r'7"IIow do the "Democracy reconcile
thetn-ielves to such strong opposition to
negro sufiragn when the only vote ever
cast by a negro in this Territory was that j NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
of a i' ;.vif Kijro l''!l!- r who Cast several j AH nnt-.-t4U Ion: Cmnty Warrants will le le leciu
, . , r , I e 1 i li l a-li, ai tin ir !u;l value, 00 presentation itt
votes on the sane ilay in L I-.au-qui-Loiirt Ulc Tr. ..Oive.
r i '.-.rt,in nnrl nr.nn S. Dl' K E, Treasurer.
viiiiiii-j mr j. oi'-i im , j
which votes, with others of thisame
character, the said Morton contested the
eat in Congress. "s,
&2T returned rebel named Kellv
was summarily hung a few days since at
I'.ergan Mo. lie went to a saloon in the
place and ordered a Lieutenant of mili
tia, who happened to be there, to take
his blouse o!l". The Lieutenent refused
to comply with his request, when Kelly
drew a revolver and fired at him. I5y
standers then kjocked Kellj down, took
liim out and suspended him to a limb of
,1r i roy, r.si. iraveiing ,geui.
of the Hannihal &. St. Joseph Railroad
gave us a call on Monday, lie reports
the road as undergoing thonrougli re
pairs: new rails are being laid, new Lo
comotives and cars of the most approved
patterns are heingput on, and in fact
everything is being done to make this
road second to none in the west. This
road has been the great thoroughfare for
nil passengers and freight coining west,
and will so continue to be for many years
- . m
Head the advertisement of C. II.
Walker, in to-day's paper. This is an
excellent opportunity for our sheep-raisers
to procure good stock. A cross with
these sheep would undoubtedly increase
the amount of wool on the ordinary sheep
from one to two pounds per head, which
rou:J pay for a buck the first season, be
sides increasing the value of the pheep.
"Too much attention cannot he paid to
this braaeh of buineKs, and we hope to
see the sheep raisers of Cass county im
prove this opportunity of securing good
LV While the trade of other towns on
the river is failing off, that of Tlatts
mouth is steadily on the increase. Too
tle, Ilanna & Co., are selling immense
quantity of goods, an 1 are laying in a
much larger supply than they have ever
done before. The house of Aiuison, Do
vey & Co., with tho assistance of Mr. II.
f . Doom, (whose great weakness is being
a cop.,) have already 6old out the stock I
intended for a winter sunrdv. an i Mr. '
Dovey has gone e-t-t to start another I have ?od farm for sale consisting
shipment. Howe Thatcher's store is of loo acres ; U-0 fenced, DO under cui-
v ,1-, i tivation,and about bo acres of timber,
constantly crowded with customers, and u u sit'uatcd 7 m;ie. south of Pl itts-
tbe sama may be said of every store in raouth on the main thoroughfare to Ne
the city. Never was trada to brisk in ' braka city. For particulars enquire on
Tlattsmouth at this season of the year, j the premesis, or of Hiram Davis in- this
&1 our merchants wear smiling faces in Clt A.M P. WHITHER,
.inscicace. . ; April, 2G ml. ' ; . ; "
&"Tbs cumber completes six months
I since we commenced the publication of
1 the IIkrat.d. When we started out, some
who were opposed to us were Luy in
circulating reports to the effect that it
whs on'.y a temporary concern, and would
only last two or three months. These
reports have undoubtely had some effect
upon the people, as we were personally a
stranger in the community; but notwith
standing, wo have continued the
Herald, and fr om our constantly increas
ing pationagewe are led to believe that
we have in some measure met the de
mand that existed here for a paper
to fairly present the claims aud advan
tages of the place to the public. Now
we would say to those who have with
held their patronage, from whatever mo
tive, if you will come up and jjive usyour
help, we shall be pleased to do all in our
power to help you in return. That the
Hekalu has been instrumental in caus
ing the great increase of business in the
place this summer, no man who reasons
from cause to effect will pretend to deny.
Now we propose in the future, as in the
past, to make the prosperity of Platts
inouth and Cass County the main fea
ture of the paper. We shall, of course,
have something to say about politics,
but do not propose to make any distinc
tion of person in a business capacity in
consequence of any difference of opinions
on political uestions. We shall as
cheerfully assist those who differ with us
in politics to build up a good business as
those w ho hold the tame opinions that
we do. Let us join issue in making
1'lattsruouth what nature has designed
i. t. t., f :: v.i
. , , -
All that is neccessary to accomplish this,
. , ,
is for every man to put his fchoulder to
mo vtnui'i. e win ruuiisj ini;cri uii
to perform our part of the labor, and ask
that others do the same.
October 1st, I3t5.
B.il in Tri-aa. oj tettleiaent
T'-rrito'ial Kiiu.l ! 7S f.S
lly ain't co Heeled to Sept. 10, '65. 3i',C 81 3f3 01
Terr, ticliwil tun i bal 1 .r5 7
Hy amount enlisted WiH 4: 3,"91 23
T-.r. MukiiiK Fud lal 29I
1U nut. unit oil'-cd llti 71 1671 73
Cu"ly Rfisaiie t.al 440 M
My ui..uiit c.illTt-d 6121 i 6.1G1 CI
Ct'ujty tcii.mi Kuinl b.il ' 2116 01
l;y amnnut O il ectod 5;i 2'j"7 $7
County Sinkiuy Yuul by ain't ol. 10l ;!." lu4'J 85
l)ist, id S-hni Fund bill lil 71
liy nin-iut ollcttd l'i.t 6-5 195 84
I,trir! ll.iui-- Kunilbal 710 4'
liv Min .;ir.t cull. ceil l"i7ti 40 '2si 5.j
Land K .iid Kund b .l loo t'J
liy nmnunl cullc-i-icJ 3TS 'si 3L7'J 11
IV ti i.ty Kiiinl b.tl 1 it) :i
By niuunt culicctei 4JJ a-j 63 S'O
Inl"et Fnud bal 17 72
:y aniciuiu cllt-.U' d I j.VJ . 25i7 41
Anv..-iln!iii4 Kuud L:n ITS iH
I'.v iimmiit culieite I 4JJ 4? 607 45
Commission 1 Knnvl bal 7i
lly itmmiut c di.-i tut 'iin 41 ft. S IS
Fiw: per .' nt. tuod by aui't col. Zl'J Jtf I'.'i 30
Trt;it iWlM 04
10, lfi5, io tuu.lry amount piM ' ut.
i'c-i nUti ia! Fund
.1.. P-tv, 1 l'-in.t
il l IMlilCltl FrtU'i
Conuty It vanlie
d S.lni.d Kuud
d Sinking l iiu I
Oj.-tl ;c: ' ii. 1 .1 I 'JIid
l.V 0 ' 7
i D I
7 iu4 -."I
Lain! It a l KufiJ
A , v K..x.,v,s Kunl
t' iiinn-i. ner Fund S,:
F:e per out. Fund '7i' iii 7"
U..:. 111 Titan. Oct. .!, ls'.i.,n it cm't 77 15
1 i'. l.er. l y cfi oi'y 1l1.1t tlie .ilxiv m a trim tte-fii.-lii
ff I'.hI 1 f-rt-, Clie:li':is and lii.-bur-i'lntnt
U-' e:iUiuciit liftober I .t, lii'.l, to septcuibt-r
i i'.ii, lot.;.. .s iii'Ki;.
Trt irurer Cass C'i., N". T.
List of Letters
RemViiitiitf une!:iiiiii-J in ihe l"."t Oiric-e at Pl.itts
ni.mlli, Nelirak., U.:t. lit, l-ir. '1 obtain any
i.r tbei-e letlei", ttie UiUdicAiit lnil-l Ciill lur "Adveti
ti'd LeUe'i." Vive- Hie du'e uf 'lii- I it, mid pay two j
t-nti 1 ir advHitisiint.
If nt nlkl f'.r ui'.liia ouo Inun'li tTity will be
eut I t tho Ui-ud Letter iii''
J. W. MAitSHALL, 1'. M.
Antony () K
Bryan J W 2
Bradvrick Bev J A
Clough E L
Davis Wm Y 1
iuptil Jas C
(teorgo Mrs Mary
(Jordon W L
Hervey fc Davis
Janes E M
Kirby John J
Lowrey Charles 2
McWaid Jas 5
McFarland Jas S
Mclntire Marion M
McCrearv And'w J
Mobley B C
lihea Mi.-s Mary A
Wood N P
DIED At his residence in Lewisville
Brecinct, September 30ih, Alkxander
Livingston, aged TO years 2 months and
LOCAL ADVERTISEM ENTS.
Wanted To rent a small house near
the business part of town. Apply at
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the 10th day of October next, at
the jusual places of holding elections
in the several precincts, or as
near to such places as practicable,
an election will be held for One Terri
torial Auditor and one Territorial Treas
urer: for Cass County, 4 members of the
House of Representatives of the Territo
ry of Nebraska, one County Commis
sioner in Bock BlufT Distr.ct; one Pro
bate Judge, one Sheriff, one Coroner,
one County Treasurer, one County Clerk,
one County Surveyor and one Prosecu
ting Attorney; and for each precinct '2
Ju-tices of the Peace, 2 Constables ono
Assessor, o Judges of Election and two
Clerks of Election; and one Road Super
visor for each Road District. Which
election will be opened at U o'clock A M,
and will continue open until G o'clock
P. M., of the same day.
I5y order of the County Commissioners
this Gth day of September, A. D. iSlij.
Plattsmouth, Sept. G, 1805. Cass Co.
Farm For Sale-
("For the benefit of persons liable
to tho Excise Law I would ,ptato that
Section 103 requires a duty of two and
one-half per centum on Gross 1'eceipts
for the transportation of passengers,
merchandise, &c. for hire. Freighters
aje considered liable to this Section.
Persons delivering the freight are the
ones responsible for the tax.
The proviso in the law mentioning the
riht ot adding the amount of tax to
freight, "over contract," only applies in
cases where the law of the State, where
the contract for carrying the freight was
made, has fixed the compensation; and
in thoe cases the Act of Congress gives
the right to the freighter to add the tax
to the freight as fixed by law.
Persons liable will save heavy penal
ties by making requisite returns as soon
as praoticr.ble after the delivery of the
freight. F. M. DOBBINGTON,
Plattsmonth, Aug. 30. Ases'r.
Iron, Steel, Nails,
The largest stock of
West of the Missouri River. Also a
general stock of
Burden's Horse 5c Mule Shoes
Ox Yokes and Bows,
Nuts and Washers,
LOW FOll ASH-
Warehouse on Farnham St., bet. 1 -1th
and loili Sts.,
CM AHA, - - - N-T.
!T3 nivw solicited, which will receive prompt
C. W. BUIIT,
S-pt IS. rr3
I Bj-virtae of an -!CfCa:ion issued cut fthe District
Curt ot I lie ill Judicial District wit i" and for the
c rtuty of C;i"i and Territory of Nebraska, iu a cnune
w-l;r:vin Jan Peebles Is VUintiir and Enos W'iU
iam? is ie!eniiHurt an d to iae 4irrctdd. 1 lie levied
upoD, hu'I i 1 st-i 1 at put'lic .mclioii t. tU- liii-'lm t
and t-Ht bidder, for cih, in front of the Court iioute
in P,a;i.smouth, iu s.tid county of C as, on the
lh day of October, 1SC5,
at VI o'clock m. of said Jay, the following described
r-a I eta! to-wir
Lot veu 7J in block tbiriy Ave 35, alo lot
eight l"1 iu Mock thirty-sin 3t".; all of n,d lots be
injr iituaied in the City of Hjiimiiouiu, Ca county,
Taken as ihe )iopirty of Enon William, s.iid de
feui aut, to .-aiisly a Judgtnient in f sor f James
1'ceUI s. 1. P. OAJitf, Slienr.
fclieriO" OK:e, Sept. Jth, 1SC5.
Joseph Koach, 1
Solon M. Jol.u-on, 1
E. Jennet J. bu-oti, his wife, I
J- el M. Juhn-n, f
v iiiiaui J. Armstrong,
i wde. )
J' tin L. Arinsu orij,',
Sarah Aniistroni. his
I'l pii'snanre. and by irtue of a decretal ord'r
to luo directed from the office of the Clerk of tbe
Piatrict Court of the -Jnd I udicial litTict. in and
for Cass County, Netirnska Territory, bearinir date
ou tl e ll'th l.iy of Ueceiube. , 1 MUS, being the ad
jnarned Oftorwr term of s-aiil Court, 1, the imbseriber,
Master in Chancery for x.dd Court, will vii, at rub
lio r 'ndue for cab, to tbe highest and best bidder,
in I'roal of the Court House in PlatUmontli, N. T,
Sat urday, the 23J day of September, 18G5,
ut 11 o'clock A SI , the follow inj described Kaal
Estte to wit :
'J't.c wtft ha f ( V) f he south west quarter (i),
and i lie west half '(1 -2) of the not: b we?l qnartn ( t-4)
of r ration Dumber ill irty-funr (')!) in towuship uum
tn r ten (!') north of range numtwr twelve (I J) ist
of the 6tU P. M., iu t'ss Couuty, Kebraka Territo
ry; l'l pether, with all and Mnsular the improvfmer.ts
hereditament or appurtenance" thereon, or thereto
beloiii,-iDi or in any wise appertaining, to be sold as
tlm .rop'rty of the del( n.leuts in tin- above ctuse,
tosatisfy said decree, the amount ol wnich, is
f3iM 3:1, and lutere.-t from the date of fcaid decree,
and Cost of suit and sale.
PUtiMiioutb, Nebraska. AunttSo, lp-a.
F. M. UoliltlNGTOK,
Ma-ter in Chancery.
SWctT k CAI.nors. Sols, for Coirp't.
X nice is beiety pieti thnt Henry C. Mayfield lias
this day tiled two clams ay itnst the estate of George
llaj held, deceased, as follows, to-w.t:
One account for servi.-va re ride e I, amounting to
ji5H. '23; and ene cla m for eleven bead ot cattle ap
j.npnatei by the t id -Mayheld and sol.i by the Ati
rn nitrator of said e;t ; r one hundred and eeven-ty-to
dollars and fifty cents; which sum, with ia
terest, tbe said MayOeld now claims.
The Co ; rt therefoe appoints
Wednesday, the 20;h day of Sept., 1865,
at 1 o'clock P. M.. for healing said claims, at which
tim all prsi.n interesied can apoear.
VilnefS uiy baud arid seal of effice, this 29:h day
ol lii-ruit, IjSJ.
t. - J. W. MARSHALL,
Notice t hereby Riven that there will be sold at
public sal-?, on ix mouth credr.. th p. rwnal piopf
ty fd the estate of Wiley Jones, deceased. Consisting
ol Cuttle, Ha:i, Farming Utensils, c, at his late
resilience in Cut county, on atunSay, bepiember
9th, ISt'J. -
T A Kl.l.I. J 1 1 VPS
A. II. COFaLaXU --
Howe & Thatcher,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Boots and Shoes,
STAPLE AND FANCY
mil NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Call before purchasing, and
Examine Goods and Prices.
If you do not buy, you will
CS-o-t FOsted. 2
OPrOSITE POST OFFCE,
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T
July 1, 1SG-5. tf
Filing Claims again-'t Kstute of P. A.
Notice is hereby jrivrn that all pertons having
clainw against the estate of l'eter A. .Sarpy, deceased,
late of Cass county, must tile them daly aulhenti
cated by oath, with tbe I'ri.l iite Court ol C:tss coun
tv, X. i'.. ou o. before the MCI OXI) DAY Or JAX
L'AKV, l?'Hj, at w hich time there will be a heartnfr
of all claims' thu fib-d, and an allou.m :t; made by
tbe Court of ail claim prevcuto U- yw.
Witm'Hj my hand autl eal this 1 5' h day of May,
IS")- i. U. WHKELKR,
May 15. luo l'roliate. Judge.
The undersigned have opened an
In the City of Plattsmouth,
where they have
We are prepared to do as good
work as can be fouud in the
country, at as
JOSEPH BUTZERIN &. CO.
July 1, 1S65, mG
Elijah Oibbs, William Gib.is, Jefferson B. Gihbs,
AnnGibbs. Hir.abeth Peartnan, aud Giles F. P.ar
man. drfeiidanU., will take notice that Anthonr R.
Cowen did. on the 21st day of AtiEUst, A. I. 18'j.
file his petition in ihe District O nr t of 21 Judicial
District within aud r.irCa-ss county X. T., against ti e
said defendants, setting forth that one Lewis w.
(iililw on tlx. 1st dav of XoTOinler lti3. s.dd unto
Antbon B. Cowen the following real estate, to-wit:
The undivided one calf (1-2) of
Lot No. five (3) in block Xo. forty three in the
city of Plattsmouth, Cass couuty N. T., for the sum
of ninety. three dollais in han I pai l to atd Gihbs,
and uniler saol conttaet said Cowen took vossesslon
ami now hoi, Is neaceable oo.-ajession of said premises.
That since raid sale tbe said Lewis W. Gibbs has
died, laaiinii riefen.lants as Lis lawful heirs And
praying tUal said defendants re'iuired to make a
rte- d for said Dietuiats to the said Anthony rt. Coweu;
and iu default thereof that a Mailer in Chancer of
this e. urt be reottired lo nake tbe same. Anl int
the said defendautd are hereby notiDtd that they are
required ta appear an I answer said petition on or
bclote the id dur of October. A. 1 . 1W. or a dcree
will be rent'.eied acainst them as prayed lor.
Dated Aug, -1, laoJ, .
ASTKOSX B COWES.
T. M. Ma RQrETT, Sol. for Compjt.
VotTee is herebr civen tbnt Mrs. J. B. Garrison
has made a , licition to the l'robate Court of Cass
coun'T. Net raska. to have lieujanuu Aibin appaiuted
Administrator of the CaUt- of ihonias J . Nith
Into of Caaacjuntv. decoaitd. I he Court therefore
. Thursday, the 2Ut day of September, 1S03,
at 2 o'elock P. M-, fQr hearing eaid applicatioo, t
; which time persons interested cau appear.
1 Witness uiy hand aud w.al ofoiScc tbis.SCtlJ dr
of icjiitt, ier, " ' -r
l -U-' J -c-.MniTIAlL.
, . 1 - I'robjtc Jb zf
M. B. MURPHY,
Main St., opposite Platte Valley House,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Has on band a large stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, drc.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in his line, on short notice.
My motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Repair. done at all limes at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY &, CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians9 Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Black.
Plaltsmcutj, May 1st, 1S65, tf
E. T. DUKE fc Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE.
We keep constantly on hand Emigrants' and Fieighters'
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans, Skillets and Lid?, Ovens,
Camp Kettles, Arc. We also keep Chain Pumps and
Fixtures, Hydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Coffee 31iils fcc.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice, with
neatness and despatch. Are agents for the sale of Stew
art's celehrated 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. - - Js'tBItASKA
it: rry At i
Pictures taken of all Kinds.
Amhrotypes Photop;rapbs, (Jem Pictures, 3-c A good assortrnTtt of Case? Frames,
Albums) Ac., constantly kept on hand. Gilt and Iiosewood Molding, or Frames
made to order, of any size.
JOHN heed & CO.,
Cor. Main and 5th Sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, - - NEB.
: Dealers in
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
PaintSj.Oils, Putty andaGIass-
Patent )(e! lr;nrs of nil Vinds, Toilet articles, fed
tionery. and ert-rythiDK kept 10 first-rliai. I) rug
aturc. at tis :rn pricts.
4V" W ar. prerrel to fl'1 iTl 07d;ri . id3 arr;l
enrgpo'l to I f.rlx. ipr lO
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally.
Side Uain St ,
PLATTSMdCTH, - X.T. VlL!
THE PEAIEIE FARMER,
Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanics, LJ
ucatimi, Ilmxe Interests, Gentral
Ieics, Markets, f-c.
Pul.'lis-hed V.fkij, in a neat octavo form cf eixteen ;
pap c, with au icilcX ait the tod cf each volume '.
TERMS: fZ-bO A tZATl.lS ADVAXCZ. i
for Club of t wive and $24, one copy fret. i
C5ArDromiat- advertisement will be rWiedin !
llie tACitca fur I j ccr.u p r 1 :ne of e;ace, Nonpi- i
riol, tcb inatrtiou, in advance. fc)i'jcial .j-ices, j
leaded, preceding aiverUeu.(.n;a, tweatv ceuta per '
line of fiiace occ upied.
A equitre coiari-es tea lines of gpa.?e. j
3-The cirtiilation Ol tbe PRAIHIE FARMER u
now tbu iarrctt of ay vaper of iu eiatk iu Wrt
and North -Wi.tt, and olf.r lo NiirM-rymo.Fioriri'-i
andlmplemrc t il tuufactuierr, the bekt uicdiuiu io !
reach the mtei :itrMtvi.
EMETi i Cr , Zr.i Lif f .
CHAS. VOGT & CO
Cor. Main and 5th sit-,
NEBHAS2A CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATHER AND IRON,
SADDLE &. SHOE LEATHER.
Findings and Tool,
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c.
("Orders Promptly attended to.
KLErSEU & WISE,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil liUinps
ve am also aRer.ts f r the Buchanan Woolen
Mills, of St Joseph, Mo., aud have now on band a
good assortnu-nt of
fLAXXELS, Jte 4
which ve hart received on commission, and ar
prepared to exchange for
WOOL 0 CASH,
at very reannahla itrurrx. IS" H've ns a caII,
one (lour cast of tha llEKALD cETicr, riattsmouth,
May 10, 1S65. tf
HATS l CAPS.
Boots 8c Shoes,
Tru 11 ks.Yaliscs. etc.
Give mo a call. I propose going cast
in a short time to purchase goods, and
f ill sell off inj present stock at
Extremely Low Figures.
Remember the place. One doer WEST
of the IIkrald effice,
s UAmm & go,,
post orrrcE bcildino
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DLALKR9 IM
Als Afnta for all the principal
MA GA ZISES and SE WSPA PERSf
For which Subscriptions are received at Pubh;bar'
Ii. FROST & Co.,
G H O C E R S-
Opposite the Post 035ce
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
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