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PLATTSMOU I H, NEBRASKA.
WEDNESDAY, NOW cV 1855
To any of our business men the im
portance of a fire engine in this city
must te apparent. . BetiJes the safety
to buildings and their contents which4 an
engine woul 1 give, we have auihori'y
for knowing that Insurance companies
will reduce their rates on our property.
We call the serious attention of "Vur
readers to this urgent necessity, ami as
navigation will soon close, it behoove?'
us to more in the n.atter at once. Let
not every reader put aside the paper
and think some one else will see to it,
but let him interest himself iu the mat
ter, and urge his fellow-citizens to pur
chase one by suWription, forthwith.
Ojt houses are now crammed to excess
and in the event of a fire occurring, we
can foresee much Buffering aside from
the pecuniary losses sustained. Messrs.
Turner Sc Brother, of St. Loui, have
some excellent engines for sale, and we
invite the attention of our readers to the
diagram of oae in the posses.-ion of Mr.
Frank Gc.fT, a the City Bakery, which
only Cl).-.s S-35. Let us put our hands
in our pocket., nnd buy one ni once.
Platt-;:iguth, Nov. 4th.
The meeting to day vas pleasant and
The President introduced the subject
of feeding stock; Messrs. Doud, Adams.
Fuller, Parcell, W. T. Parcell, nnd C.
Parcell djj-cued the subject freely, re
commending full feeding as soon as
grass begin to fail, so as to prevent
stock from losing flesh, each giving ex
periments and experience.
Selecting seed corn was discussed by
Messrs. Fulh-r, Adams, Tudd, Parcell
and Doud. Ail agreed that the best
should be selected. It wiii grow when
in boiling condition, but is better to be
glazed, and should be kept dry; can be
improved Mr. Todd thinks that freez
ing before it i dry will injure it Mr.
Fuller thinks not.
On motion of Mr. Maxwell, Mr. W.
T. ParceJI was elected Club Editor.
By invitation of iht President Mr.
R. Miiltr, of New York, who this year
lias traveled exten.-ively iu the North
cm State?, from the Atlantic to the
Missouri river, gave the Cinb a very
interesting account cf the grain, grass
es, and fruits in the country.
(r morion of Mr. Wes:, the C!ub
requested Mr. Miller to reduce his re
marks to writitig. and present to the
On motion of Mr. Doud, Prof. Mil
ler was requested to prepare a a essay
oa Sheep Raising.
Mr. VYst offered the following:
Resolved, That each member of the.
Fanner's Club is requested to attend
rvery regular meeting, and bring in for
exhibition. a early as 12 o'clock, spec
linens of grain, fruit, vegetubles, flow
ers, tuner, uiulasses, mechanism, nee
Resolved. That the Secretary shall
number each article presented, nud
honorary premiums shall be Awarded
ench member piacitigj in the baliot-box
a ticket coniaiim the nimber of the
best specimen of each variety, and the
whole vo'.e, wiih the rocttding.- ot the
Club, shall be published in the Herald
Resolved, Ttiat all citizens of the
coiMity are earnestly solicited to become
member of the Tlub.
Resolved, That the terms of member
ship i. '25 ceils a year, which shall be
used iu purchasing agricultural books
papers and documents, which shall be
added to the library of the Club.
Resolved, That the Club elect a Li
trari.in, who shall take charge of the
library, furnish members with such
things as it contains, keep correct au
counts; and see that each article is re
turned at the next regular meeting.
Resolved, That all books, papers and
documents received of the Club are de
sired to be returned and handed to the
Resolved, Thatall ladies are honorary
members of the Club, and are request
ed to attend and compete for premiums
Resolved, That the President shal
rot permit smoking in the Club room
and gentlemen are requested to not spit
on the floor. '
Resolved, That during winter the
Club shall meet at two o'clock, and ad
journ at four.
' ' The hour being late, Mr. West's res
cluuens were laid over for consideration
until the next meeting, which will be
3on the first Saturday in December.
On motion of, MrParcellj the" Club
- S. MAXWELL, Pres't.
H'r Q'as Co -A." lt Neb. Cat,
Giluaa s Ravciix, IS. T.
October 27tb, 1S65
I have the honor of again addressing
th public through the Heraud. for the
purpose ef discouraging the frequent
desertions in our regiment, and to in
duce the friends of the soldier to be
patient in waiting the muster oat of the
old 1st Nebraska Cavalry. We are
assured that we will be mustered out
before the first day of March, 1S66,
and with this asurance I hope no sol
dier will be foolish enough to disgrace
forever, himself and friends, by desert
ing, when we have served during the
Great Rebellion, and gained thereby a
name that no member of the 1st Ne
braska ned be ashamed of. So long as
that name remains unsullied we may
well be proud to say th it we belonged
to the 1st Nebraska Regiment, but
could a man be proud in saying that 1
was a member of that regiment and
have the dastardly brand of Deertion
forever stamped on his charactei? We
think such a man would wish his narr.e
to be blotted from the record, and for
ever sunk into oblivion. I am sorry to
say that many of our comrades, men
who, during our campaigns iu the South,
were looked upon a9 being among out
best soldier, have left us. since we
have been compelled to serve in our
nwn i ermorv. we mow uui mini
... T , . . . V.
reatons they assign for so doing. Many
of them clai-n to have tided their con
tract with the Government, which wa
to serve for three years or during the
war. It is true, we did not re-enlist to
erve on the frontier ruid to fight the
red man, still we took an oath to serve
the United States honestly and faith
fully against all enemies and oppofers
whomsoever, and to observe and obey
the orders of the President of the Uni
ted State?, and all officers appointed
over us, according to the rul?s and ar
tides of war. And when a man de
serts does he not perjure himself ? We
think that oath as much binding as any
that can be administered by any Chief
Justice, Judge or Magistrate
In regard to our troubles on the road.
everything is quiet at present, though
we know not at what hour the "heath
en will attack, consequently we nave
M ll 1 I I
to be prepared at all times.
Gen. Heath has just started from
Fort Cottouwood for the purpose cf
pursuing the Indians that commuted the
late depredation near Alkali Station;
and we hope the expedition may prove
a complete success. If so, we are as
ured that our term of service will net
exceed two months, though if the lndi-
ans are tuccestrut in noiainjr tneir
t- i - i i j .
points on the road, and wherever they
make a uash on trains ox stations, we
shall not expect to be mustered out be
fore the 1st of March, lSGtV But
still, if we have to serve even that long,
it is only four months. A man that
would not do that much for an honor
able discharge, is unworthy of citizen
hip in the United States, and ought to
be forever disfranchised.
Hoping for the best, and preparing
for the worst, (should it come,) we re
mam as ever,
Yours truly, B. B.
The following copy of a letter writ
ten by Lieut Col Haunter, 1st Reg't
Neb. Cavalry Vet. Vols., accompanied
the above :
- Post or Omaha, Oct. 15th, '65.
Soldiers of tne 1st Aeb. Cav. V. V. :
In regard to your wishes to be inus
tered out of the service, I hereby ex
plain to you what I have done to com
ply with them. When I arrived at
Omaha, the first step was to the Gov-
ernor of the Territory, and iu company
with sjnpt. Curran and Lieut. Lowry
we induced him to use all his influence
with the General Commanding Dtpart
metit and the Secretary of War, to
have the regiment mustered out. The
same application was made to the lion
Hitchcock, the Representative of this
Territory at Washington. Both gen
llemen premised to do all they could
and nssurred us the muster-out woula
soon take place.
General Sherman visited this city
and Capt. Currun and myself spoke to
him officially in regard to the situatiou
of the regiment, and urged him to have
us all mustered out. The General's
reply was, that all Volunteer forces
would be mustered out before Spring
and as soon as they could be relieved
by Regular troops, and that our regi
ment should be mustered out "Two
months before they ought to be." (We
do not fairly understand the meaning
of the above sentence, and think it au
error of the Col.'s. which he can no
doubt rectify.) These are exactly the
words expressed by the General.
. Solders, you can be assured that
always have seen to your welfare, and
shared aUo every hardship with you
There is nothing ou my .part, to keep
yonin the jertice; oa the contrary,
' will nj all meant t urisfy yorj. -
After sovinany hard fought battlea
and hardships as you have gone through
and won to our regiment an ererlasting,
glorious reputation, keep together a
the former Old 1st Nebraska, and bov?
your moral courage. Siick to your
colors, and obey your officers as here
tofore. Feel proud of yourselves, of
the deeds you have done, and hold out
a little time lonr, so that the conduct
of the 1st Nebraska Regiment will
stand good everywhere, and the honor
of your good behavior will rest on you
Your Comrade and Friend,
M Bachxr, '
Lieut. Col. 1st Neb. Vet. Vol. Cav.
Dau Voorhetsand Judge Clay-
pool ot Indiana had a fight over some
law point, at Gieeucastle, in that State,
few days since. It was a square
fight, n which nobody was striouiy
Lurt,4ut coat them each 10. .
TThe election tor Clerk iu Owen
county, Iiid., is to be contested by throw
ing out the vote of deserter and draft-
ueaks. The Uuiou caiK-idttie will tie
Sf Numerous arrests of Fenians
continue to be made in Ireland. Among
ihein is the ed:tor of th-i Connau;bi
Patriot, for a seditious article in the
paper. Surveillance is kept upon ves
sels from America. It is said that the
British Minister (Mr. Bruce ) at Wash
ington has been instructed to ask Mr.
reward the meaning of there Fenian
demonstrations in tne United bates.
The Citizens of Northern Louis
iana have petitioned the Goveriur for
protection against threatened negro in-
urrecuons. nai cause int y nae to
est . t I
fear any disturbance is not stated. The
best protection they can have, however,
is to forget these people are Black, and
treat them as n izeu.
tfig- President Johnson sent a tele-
r-. I 1 f .L IV.
gram to Uov. lloiueu of ioriu vxuu
lum, directing that the Rebel debt
should be repudiated. The Convention,
before adjourning, complied with the
direction, as it probably would huve
done with any other expressed wish ot
tjr The Repub icau State Conven
tion of Colorado has nominated m.
Gilpin for Governor, and George M.
Chilcott for Representative to Congress.
EST A printer in Ohio says they
don't brag on the size of the babies out
there, tut they are a most uucommon
CSfFor the year ending June 30th,
1S6J, 4,000,000 letters were returned
to the Dead Letter Oiiice in Washing
ton containing 5250,000.
JS"" The Supreme Court of Mis
souri has decided that no lawyer can
practice in the courts of that State with
out taking the New Constitutional Oath.
It is but little known that the
first ami slavery paper started iu the
United States was published iu Eiai
Tennessee. It wa3' called the Umaw
vipator, and published at Greenville,
the home of Presideut Johnson, by
Benjamin F. Luudy, a Friend iu reli
gious faith, and a native of Belmont
JgbjjfThe Union men gaiu four Sen
ators and thirteen Assemblymen in the
Legisla-ure of Pennsylvania. Never,
iu the history of politics in that State,
were the Democrats iu such a hopeless
minority in the Legislature.
2f So long ago as ISoO Jefferson
Davis asked Henry Clay iu the Senate
if he did not hold himself primarily
bound to obey his State, and was prompt
ly answered, "No, sir; I owe a para
mount allegiance to thja Union; I owe
a subordinate allegiance to Kentucky."
The Cnnadiau authorities are
represented as filled with apprehension.
regarding th Fenians, who, it is be
lieved, design lo pounce upon Canada,
instead of Ireland. Great preparations,
induced by the prevalent fears, are go
iug forward to meet the possible emer
gency. EST" The Ilou.-e of Bishops of the
Epi-copal church, in session at Phila
delphia, on the 22d of October, nomi
nated three of the new bishops to be
appointed. The other ten dioceses will
not be filled. The appointees are Rev
Dr. Clarkson, of Chiiago, to be bish -p
of Nevada and NebiasUa; Rev Mr
Parvin, of Pennsylvania, bishop of New
Mexico and Arizona; and Rev. Mr
Lightner, of Detroit, rector of Bishop
McCroskey's chapel, to be bishop if
American Ra:che Ju.nctio, )
October L'5. S
The Indians are very troublesome on
the road, they attacked a tram two huu
dr.fd strong, thirty miles below here,
day before yesterday.' ' Killed two men,
wounded two. and: killed a woman.
Killed sixteen mule; they were defeat
ed by the train. Thirteen Indians were
killed on the ground. '
- z.z.1- . i . : 7. E- E"IF9.
TllIAL. OF JEFF. DAVIS.
The New York 'Herald of October
Stb, contains the following details of
the arrangements of the Government
for the trial of Jeff. Davis:
ll appears that the trial was decided
upon in Cabinet session in August last,
and that the Government has only
wailed for the cloe of ihe Wirz trial
to make the announcement. I he hopes
entertained by the friends' of Davis
since the speech of the President to the
South Carolina delegation, iu which he
iiitiiimled i hat clemency to vard Davis
ought iu be eXr rcised, are to be daidied
to the earth. ,-The trial is to be before
the Supreme Court at Washington. and
siuce Davis' State has nullified the or
dinanoe of secession, instead cl repeal
mi: it, he i 1 be tried as it si i 11 a Sen
ator of the United States. It is sup
posed that Mr. Chase will preside.
I'he charge will be that of treason, and
wil' be confined to a few specifications.
The purpose of the Government is
not merely to punish Davis, but o de
fine the nature ut irea.-on. fix its pun
ishment, reveal ih cruellies of which
it has been the fruitful souice, and es
tablish a legal precedent for the future
which will be a terror to traitors here
after, and forever disgrace the treason
which for a time waaTespectable by
reason cf its power and formidable
'ihe Attorney General has selected
the counsel to aid him in the pro-ecu
lion, and Mr. Davis has been allowed
to select hi attorneys. Mr. hpeed
will be us.-i-ied in the prosecution by
Mujor-Gt-nerHi' Luvell II. lloseu.1, of
Keniui ky, II n. l il:i mi M. Evan- of
New York, nud Hon. John II. Clifford
of Massachusetts. Mr. Evans dis
putes wiih Charles O'Connor, the prin
cipal lawyer of Mr. Davis, for ihe troot
rank among the lawyers of New York
He is pruhabiy the ablest criminal law
1 1 A
yer retained in the cas. Ai a strong
Republican, hn was the Seward-Veed
candidate for ihe Senate, when it na
j ode i stood that Squalor Morgan was
o be appointed Secretary of ihe Treas
ury. He has never held any political
office, though hf has been prominent in
politic. Mr. Clifford was Attorney
General of iMa.-sachust'.is, and won his
first legal laurs-U as the prosecutor of
Webster for the murder of Dr. Park
man, in 1S59. Gn. Rosseau and Mr.
Speed are well known to the public.
Chan, u Connor will be assisted by
Ransom II Giileit, formerly Solicitor
of the lrea-ur? m Buchanans dav.
ii is Ma.eu mai air. Vdvis jrc.area nis
intention to conduct hi case in person.
THE HIKZ TRIAL.
Col. Chipmau closed his argument iu
the Wirz trial as follows:
This is the record of history against
the charnel-houe of Andersonville
Let the mouths of tho.-e who wou'd de
'end these atrocities tv recrimination.
charging ih United Si
with like cruelue", forever hereafter be
I I T. l-ll IWI ,
closed, r on ueiaware anu jonnsnn s
Island. wi:h their two per cent, of dead,
and Ander.-onvi!!, with eighty-three
per ceni! Look upon ihat picture, and
then upon this, and tell me if there was
a design to slay!
Let no mind, be it warped ever eo
much by treason and treasonable sym
pathies, doubt this record, fur 'if damn
ed custom hath not brazed it so that it
be proif and bulwark! against sense,
it must believe; it cannot deny these
May it please the Court, I have done
with the argument. Fir-t, I leave it
with you to answer wiih your verdic
whether this charge of conspiracy, sol
eiuuly and seriously preferred, caii be
frittered nway and deposed of without
n sine'e explanatory line of defense.
I place befoie you, gentlemen, on
one hand protestations of the accused,
who speaks for himself and his conspi
rators, and. on the other hand, the tes
timony of Dr. Bites, where he declar
ed, as yon remember, with faltering
".one and feelings overcome. I feel my--elf
safe in saying that 75 per cent, of
thosR who died might have been sav.d
had those unfortunate mpn been prop
erly cared tor.' I leave it with you to
say whether the prisoner at the bar can
HCijtiH himself, or his associates into, as
he told you. a myth, a phantom of the
bruin, a wild chimera, its unsubstantial
as the baele- fabric of a vision.
A "lODUIt DICTIONARY.
Water A clear fluid, once used as
Tiii:ue A little horse which is con
tinoally running away.
Dentist A person who finds work
for his own teeth by taking out those of
My Dear An expression ued by
man and wife at the commencement of
Policeman A man employed by he
corporation to sleep iu the open air.
Bargain A ludicrous transposition,
in which one party thinks he cheated
Doctor A man who kills you to day
to sav.- you from dying to morrow.
Author A dealer in words, who
often gets paid in his own coin.
Editor A poor wretch, who empties
his brain in order to fill his stomach.
Wealth The most respectable qual
ity of men.
Cii ic A bad dog, which goes un
chained and barks at everything he does
The n-cent discoveries of coal
among the mountains of Colorado, is
destined to work a revolution in trans
portation across the Western plains. A
company has already been organized
in Boston and New York, with a capi
tal of S6 000 000. for the purpose of
placing steam fraction engines on the
roads between the Misouri river and
the Rocky mountains, a distance of 650
miles. An eng ne of thirty two tons
weight is now ic process of construction,
and will be in operation as soon as it
and the nceesary wagons ire ready.--$t.
Joe. Herald. - - . z ' ' '".
We find the following floating.
perhaps it ought to sink. "That was a
horrible affair,", "said Mr. Marstoo to
Mr. Southgate. 'the murder of Dean.
and tealing up his remains in a tin box.
"What Deani ; asked the bewildered
musician. Sardine, replied the funny
actor. v .'.
. m mm j
J5A newly devised powder-mag
azine, in which powder is non-explosive.
was tested at the Washington Arsenal
on the 6th.
K. J. IHllP
Jttickelwait & Sharp
Prater In Pins Lumber, lath, Shinglr. TJoor. Fsi.
Hliiiiin. fkktti. ana rvarj Tr.ty of CotuiSWuoJ,
Waliiut nnd Oak Lumber.
Will k"p constantly rs hand Cord wod, both
Co-to i nd Oalc. All older promptly flil'd.
JCJ- Office on Leva- Straet, aouth of C. L. Coopar'a
Fed and ..rm DePut,
PLATTSMOUTII, N. T.
November 6th 15C5. Col
Ttn up on the 16th of October, on mile north
of Rock Wuff-. one larg iTiodle and white ui-d
sior, niaik' d with a crop on the rht ear, and a !'
and )-lit in I e len: two small cuts ..n toe n..rni who
a knife; aunp, scd to be about 8 irr old.
lov8i JOSilOA MURRAY.
Est ray IN'oticc
Taken up on the ! euiioa of the uberiter (fer
tre9a) 2 niile oulh of P att-iroutb, Ca County,
X T.. i n itua Meer. with two uadT Lita in tight
tar, and crop ami Ut in left C4', a urn brand nt let
ter ' t" on leit hip, p.inly ltn' back, bellv white.
Plattimouth, Nov. 2J, 1S65. hi
Taken tui by the kubtciibrr on hi cncloud pramt
jet, about 8 mile w st of l'U'tstnou h, ou lha lit
dar,if Nuveuiter. A. 1'. lbf.&, one r. d hlar, b anded
wiih" li e Inter "T" on let! hip, and is supposed to tx
pat thre. year old. 'i'he owner will call, prore
property, pay charges, aud take sai l aoinitl away
n sjt . A.C. MATtULO.
Ta' en np at thare i't.nceof the ur.deriijr ed. for
hreaKiu into his iuc.o&u'e1) aoout tlve raaes norta
wert f llattni. n li, ou P.at'e Bottom and I at
mile Creek, one 3 year old Kiney, blailc av.iy t
white haii ia foreliead. about 15 IihdJs hiit'i Ions
coui led, and rouli liuioed; uo mark or bratid per
ce.vaolc. J M. LIN Vll.Lt.
Piatuxouth, October S0:h, 1SC5. 6w
160 ylcres of Good Land,
Well watered, situated 7 1 2 miles west trrm rlatU
mouth. A frooJ chance for a ltanche. Term rra
souable. Apply to
jr. a. roRnisGToir.
Ka.il Kstaie Kgeut.
Office oyer Black k Butteiy ' Store. no2
By virtue ft an execution i-aued out of the Di-trict
Cou't of the 2 I Judicial Oi.trict, within and for Ca
coun ly, and IV rritorv of Nebraska, in a caose h'-re-in
W. L Oone!a:i 19 plaintitT, and Au utus II Barr
la ik-tV-n'lant. and t me dir cu d, I have levied upu
.ti t w it s it at J'u 'lie Auction to the lii-I.e-t and
b -Hi tiiiliK-r lorcali,iii front ol tlia CouM ilu-e in
Plattrm. uili, in a id county vt Cn-s, on the ll'h dav
November, A. U. IS66, at 12 o'clock A. M. of Said
"lay, tlie rollou in desctibtd Ktal Ktale, to wit : A
lot ( land ommejcitiK 20 rods we-t ol the ou.h
east Corner of the s'uth-'est quarter of the aouth-we-l
quaner of s-ctr.in 12, towunhip 12 ranre 13et
of the 6th V. M ; ther.ee runninR notth 20 rods,
theiice west 2ti rili. thence ast "-i'l rods, to ttie place
of heiniiioif, cr.otaininy 'i'pi acre.
Taken j tn roprrty of A. U Hair, defendant, to
aaiis'y iijuil,,nMi i. fr.f w. . Oooclan.
P. P HAS5, cHriff.
Sheriff's Office, Oct. 11th, A. 0 ISM.
Howe & Tiiatclier,
aWHOLESALE and retail
Boots and Shoes,
STAPLE AND FANCY
mil nor 8E undebsou)-
Call before purchasing, and
Examine Goods and Prices.
If you do not buy, you will - 1
. i . .
OPPOSITE POST OFFCE,
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T,
July 1, 8G5t ,
, 2T EI
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOP,
Geo. Boeck 8c Co.
Have removed to their
XEW TWO STORY BRICK SHOP. Aorti-west of Rouk's Old Stan4,
Where thty are praparal to turn out all kind of Ka V7jik, m-li a
WAGOITS BTJGG-IE3. Plows.
' I f I
And everything1 Deeded hy1 rratfh'crs or Farmers ,i the ta-t of stjle.
Horses, Iiiles and Oxen Shod in the best stjlc and on reason-
JOB - "W O E K
Of every description , either la wood or lion, tlon cn -h irt notice.
Particular attention pan! to Repairing all kind of MACHINERY AITX
CASTINGS ol suoh. ,
They keep on band, and fit sale,
Ox-Yokes, Bows, Steeples. CnlIe-chainsf
BOLTS or all then, WAGON BOWS, &3-,
In fe, everything in their line neeJtd by fra;,tteis. tm gran'i or ri'tner,.
IIiTinj: H large stock of Saion"d Timber, ami thn lit qo Yty of fnn, Thimble-
Skeina, Ac., -U'cte t by ourtelvea, with special re'e enoa to thK trade, w f rI crfl lent that wa saa ln
out better aad more wark, atcheap-r rates, than any a her ebiu In the ST -rrltary.
Thankful for past patronage, wa satislt a einttcnance of the same.
Geo. Boecls; cfc Co.
EST" Satisractioii C.unrnntecfl or Honey Rrffindrd frj
pLATTsvocTn, N. T., Nov. 8th, 1SC5. Gin
KLEI SEU &WISE,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil Lamps.
aUo arer.ts fjr iht Buchinan Wo4n
Mi:l, or St Jost'pli. Alo., and hara aw ou L:,J a
go d asMrtoit-iit of
FLA KX SIS, rfn ,
which we have received on commlMlon, and art
prepared to exchange for
WOOL OR CASH, 7
at very reamnHb'a icn-e t& iive us a exll,
une il.x.r rai.t i.f the HtSALD office, Platifmouth,
bra ka. ,
May ie, sS it
L. .GO f, DING,
HATS &. CAPS.
Boots & Shoes,
Give me a call. I propose going eaat
in a short time to purchase goods, nnd
rill sell off my present stock at
Extremely Low Figures.
Remember the pine. One doer WEST
of tbe Herald effic,
WM. S. WEST
Is soliciting ordrs for APPLE TRSES
and Dwarf Apple', Pear-tree aud Jlwurt Para,
Q'linces, l'eache, l luin, Arncot. Nectarinea. Cher
rie, Gri , Uv li b-rrie. Uairmti. II xckbarriss.
White BUcabcrrt''., I!aphen ie. Mrawbnie aud
areryth.lg from B g Apples to Little Berries.
OrnamenUI Tra, Evergreens, Kie'8 C all eo'ors,
Honeyuelil'a. Liiaen, Snowballs. Flow-rin2 AlmoO'i,
and all varieties of Xursery pixels desirable in the
latitude of Piattsmnuth, which will be ready for rte
livery on the 1st of April, lf-64 sj 52
TOR TBX EDUCATION Of
Mr. and Mrs Fbeilock bee to infirm the tnhnb
tanta of Plattftnouth and iu iclnitj tkatibey have
opened a Seminary for the tducAtion of young la
dies. The course of inetmetion Ive'.u'm .Engli.b. as
tangbtla Orst ei asrehoolaia Mroiv; rrtneh. H i
sie, (Piano forte, Guitu and singing) Faucy Work
Mnsic will ba taught as a separata study U re
Terms On advance) eat ba known by applying at
bw tmhw laid oacupiad by jsr. jranosra
. PI aooa tsned. and a .upply oi fir nJ
S. 15 L O OM .
Gents Furnishing Good
&.c, Sec, Sec.
nn-l I.EV()T,VI.i:S nlwnv on Und.
': ..'.. and
frill fim! it to tlieir t-r.fit to pyamins
my stock before purchnsinj cl'-her.
Cash paid for Iidrs, Ptrs
-. , aud Woo!.
riattimouib, Mae 25, tf
' . ' - t
IP A. -Tu L E 2ST !
Ila moved ioto hui aw hrxk h il'J.i g on Ihe c'
nerof Miln htieet a d l,r who fi i? i da iy re
caivina .a ge adj.ti .us ti t. a.i-aJy isutu"
He offers ll.a V"iy l-tef l ara'ntto r' iir.itiri,
an.j req ie.ta a ia-i i r m Hiu. - wu j want auf 'lii.-g la
bl l.ii'- t tea' ti.e aafabtak in j.lica. .Lu iu-
o I others
13 R I C K CORNER,
and g ve him a call if yytt wl6 t bay e'jp.
r Farra Tor Sale.;
I haTe n good f irm ftr ;,1. enriatirg
tif lC5 crc ; IfMI feneej.',05 -urdt tul
tivatinn, and ahuit C5 nre of timber.
It ia ituntrcj 7 miln smith ( f l'latte'
LiOuth on tb main tlirtto'iglif'tre to N"
hrtiaka citv. For f.nrticn'Mra enquiie rn
the premeaia-, or of Hiram Davis ia this
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