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Almost nny number of mechanics
e-uppc'ily rltrrr3 or carpenters
could Cn.l rrni;inrfitive employment in
this city nt th'! pre--nt time.
v"The Secretary of Witr ban ordered
the n-ile of Government hospitals sus
rpr l 'd, in anti cipation of a visitation
of th-i clio'.rra.
For S le or Exchange for improv
ed Farming Land 40 acres of Land ad
ioinin the city of Tlattsmouth, contain
ing t-.vo Cne spring. Apply at this office.
r7"riiero is a great demand for all
h of buildings just now; and the
rr .1, 'iViIitie of a greater demand as
wint'-r approaches. The Hearcity of me
cl.nnios prevents m;iry from building,
who are inclined to do so.
CvfThe f armors hreabot bare irn
prove l their time, curing th? fine weather
forth-' pn-t tw weeks, in gathering corn,
digg'ng prtaf o, and feewring their fall
crop gt-nei ai!v; find yet, owing to tha
en irmou crop of corn raided in this coun
ty, thr-rj are thousands of bushels still in
the f. 1J.
rJ T. (Juinmiin adv-Tti-es in to-d ay'.s
pnp'T to furnish our ciri.eru with nny
tt!" r-f purrip thev mnv d-sire. Now
time to pet un; Ik.t a lifting, Miction
orf -ci; pi;Tnp. Mr. C lias located in
our city, nnl wl.at'-vcr ho tells -you in
relation to bis wares cin be depended
on as correct. A Fpeeimen of tho foreo
j-u it, j- can 1 e een in front of William
Stad'-imnn Sc Co's c!o;hing 1hu-.
Q"T.e Episcopal d'-nomination of
th:s city have lcj iiired the building one
doer west t li f of I'latto Valley House
y.-ti) they will have) services durirg the
.inter. It is expected they will proceed
with the friction of th-ir church edifice
earij- in th' spring, as wj understand the
luateiial fur the walls is being now pro
curd. l.'i'" th.-uiati'ls of good nppla-
rcrs in t!i'; I'lattMiimith nursery, of good
ii,e, and good varieties. Also a variety
of o:!ier fruit, ornamental tree-, shrubery.
evrnrreen, Anything in the niire-
Tf I t," not to be had in in v nurso y , will
d to order as cariv in the
V,ri,:I as :;,e
".r-t of April. See adver- j
ti"taer.t in another column.
Nov. lo tf Win S. Wlst
1 t.r n,
!i : i ' . i
we f i ! .1 to ca'.l j
ttie at '
f o;i i- ii aders t t!i card j
of F. M. l'-'rrit g on Real Ttate A.-nt,
wvr-n V f"'1 re I s:.i:i
. r..-ri rr I s . : I I t" L -I h lire
Mr. I ';:! n-.it -'ii has secured t'u liiit in j
h'.o einn'v fur a hort and accurate I
mtli-. I of k'-eping an ah.-trnct of titles.
Hhioh w i!l ! very adrnnt.'ior.u- to par-
Hmcn mi.. ..-, - -
d - inf.irmation alio'it. real
n..tP. f tt in a c-ill, over h.ao.
tin i 'I V ,
! ;.. o -. 1 1 j i
firij i:: ' i
and von will Knd him
j .-led in re i! estate offair.,
1 t . ;! th" ftii- thing."
Ii llc,i ...it ' -i rririiher f f lady ;
tri -in- i.: c".i .atunjsy i lh'h
liea'.'iifal " 1 tleg::r.t. -.--.-rcise is becjm-
... . i 'I I :
it g v rv i j :i!.i.'!i in ihi--e piirts espec:
nliv during ti, ; ii i wo.-ither this fall.
I.i i tu Jr of oar fiistidi of the "female
p. vi'i;ii. in " indulge in this kind of re
cre iti in, and we will guarantee that tii'
do-.'iors will have a d.reae in their
bu-.ii.'ss. W'c know of no tonii that
rq ials a free r.r.d easy cunter over our
beautiful j.rairie-, w'.it-; the fresh brcz
s act as an elixir of life or one that is
to rIon":trit li ti'.We.
rrXTW e unJ.-rstand there is a bridge
i ii.:' . ..1 ... . r f...., tM.-
vi . In' ro;ia Ie:ii sGiit U-w est I rom tov- n
i :'v jp need of rr'piir'f. Vhot:e bu-i-irf-
i-t it t 1 ok iifter it? V.'f know not
h''i!.?r t,..i-i-' a regularly locatcJ ro.iJ
in f '.ict, l.i ar it is i.ot but we d-j know
lii-it it is or .f cf yreAt lti.-St to tiie o-'':n-
linin'tT. .n it m the i!:a;n ti. ..lihkiro l.ir
n'! t!i. f irn-.i r4 in th.it i iri C i On. ii.ii
U T.t ..-.rv th-it it I.- k,Tt in rppr-.ir !
Tho i.ri.li- in fj....ti .a is nt :r r-ar -t!..? !
j r;r.," mi I shouhl 1.-.? atteii-J d at once,
b-.f p;e wiittcr 'A in. If it ii not repair-
c 1 ! th county or rem! district a'ltori-
tie, th inut intorefeJ in it should
innie the neeosary rep lira tliemsulvcs,
na l without furthtr df'.ay.
"T" Wo would ctil t!it attention of
our readers to the ml vertieuier.t of Ilar-
pr's Wveklj and Harper's Magazine.
Thefe publications tand high ns regards
l otli lierary nnd historic productions.
The Harper brothers have equalled ahri
tje r f soldiers in assisling to crush out
the late rebellion, and deserve the sup
yor. of et ery l.iyal man in the land. The
pric ? of t':ie- publications are $1 a year,
ach; but th-j "c'ubbin" f-y-tein ena
to f imi-ih n u- subscriber: with a
'opy cf the IIfi:ai.d one year and a copy
ct either ti.e M limine or Weekly for the
small sum of .j.T,j. Now is the time to
uVcihe. S?nd in your names, and the
5?"We desire our readers to refer to
tha advertisement of Mr. Eilinwood, of
C. Jiseph, and they will sco that he is
ngent for Mendetihall's Hand Loom.
We h id the pleasure, while in St. Soscph,
cf examining one of these machine-; and
would recmaienj the-a to our farmer's
wiv? n themoiit complete arrangement
hs found. All the motive power Dec
enary can be supplied by a child ten or
tw.j'.ve years old. :u the eimple turning of
a crank, is adapted to nny kind of
work, from liDe linen r cotton to heavy
rag carpet, and will weave from fifteen
thlrtv yards a day. Ia fact, it is cal
culated to maka work a pleasure, and
would sav many a dollar and many s
(TTFor the information of such of our
readera a re entitled to pay Internal
Revenae Tax, we would Bay that this
nub-district (No. 5) has been abolished,
and the country which it embraced added
to eub-district No. 7, in order to effect a
retrenchment inxpensts. By this ar
rangement, our tfrtizens will hereafter be
assesed by Dr. F. Uenner., of Nebraska
City. The Dr. is thoroughly posted in
the affairs of Lis office; and from our
long acquaintance with him, we have no
hesitation in recommending hiru to this
community us an efficient officer and a
thorough gentleman. While the Dr. will
carefully guard the interest of the Gor
ernment, we are convinced he will be as
courteous and obliging as the duties of
bis office will permit.
5TWe aro informed that some of our
citizens have organized themselves into
Sportmen's Clubs, named Empire and
Excelsior. The Empire is composed of
the following gentlemen: Jas. Buck, Cap
tain ; Wm. II. Anderson, W. P. Davis.
Samuel Chapman and E. C. Lewis. The
Excelsior James E. Tutt, Capt.; R. R.
Livingston, F. M. Dorrington, II. Amieon,
On Tuesday of last week they left the
city early for a hunt. Tho agreement
was, the party scoi ing the least number
of points to pay all expenses and furnish
a supper. Evening came, and a crowd
gathered around the office of U. R. Liv
ingston, M. D., when the result, which
wus given at 7 o'clock, P. M.,was ns fol
lows: Empire Excelsior 30 points.
A fine supper was prepared on the fol
lowing evening by tho obliging landlord
of the Platte Valley House, G. W. Crow.
The supper was a line affair, consisting
of the game, canned fruits, and many
other luxuries. Tho greatest of good
After supper another challenge was
made by the Empire for a second buut on
Friday. On Friday morning the hunters
again disappeared, and nothing was seen
or heard of them until evening, with the
exception cf the distant thunder of their
fov.i"mg-pi-ees. Ihe oluce of tho Doctor
was cleared of the spectators in the eve
ning with tho cry of "somebody has stol
en one of our bird!" but we were grat
ified to hear the Doctor say, "Uis con
s'iince has smitten iiim, the fccamp has
returned our bird, and we score twenty
erjht poit.ts." J no Empire, Ly . 1 .
Davis, rroduced a basket full of game,
and upon count scored but twenty-live
points. On? member of the Empire had
not vet returned, but in a few minutes
his return was announced with "nary a
bird." The Emr.ire scoring but 2j and
26poml, the Empire was
On the following evening the supper
! came off at the boarding house of Mrs.
A. F.rway, which was equal to the first at
rthe i'illtt0 vailer. Tne hu
; " ' ,
their guest--, spent a peasant
, . ,. ,
Nupi i r-tabie. lne goose a:
Tne hunters, with
hour at the
I..-, i-.i.i .i.) in., iiiinim n n 1 1 ctna n
! v...s excellent.
! Wc nra infori.ied that another chnl-
. , ,
.i-r g'? was maue 101 i i-uneiiay.
, , ., ....
DIED At bis riilt-noe, in Kock
lili.ll-, N T., on Friday the 1'lth inst.,
of fever, N. II Mturni-i:, aged years.
The remains of the deceased wore con
veyed to thir last re-ting place Iiy the
members of the Masonic fraternity of
Piattsmouth, and by them interred with
the customary honors. The society of
Odd Fellows, of whom h3 was also a
member, united with the procession and
assisted in the burial service. A very
large body of citizens followed to the
grave one, who in his life was universal
I , , it-- i :. ..i
'J cieeiiicu. ..a
arjer procession ui um imu in ui.j rci-
ritory, nor one more decoriausly con
ilucted. Too much praise cannot be be
.uiffeii upon the BtiVction that prompts
s;ioh rxhibitinns of respect. We learn
tl.at Ilro. Murphee lestves a wife iind
three children to tnnurn their Io-9. He
I was a m.n of most estini.-iblo qualities,
-vnd hi death is a cause of regret to the
Havirig revest: ul!t a new sod ult 3 Uwjp oo
Main St., Piattsmouth, N. T.,
Would re-pectfully inform th oitizenn of Ci- a '
'!i'inlnjr -ountie3 thxt he has Che facilities fur cr-
In all Us branch's
IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE
1 am prpareJ to lorn out th
C-II E A P 12 S T
l J ni"kt durable
Of every description, ever oOVreJ in the Territory.
a-Pinirn'-ir aiteutiua faiil tu muWicg nJ fin
Alt kin Is of lumber takn iaexclianpe for work.
ristts -loulh. April 10, 1?C5.
1G0 Jlcrcs of C.ood Land,
We'! wsifcrod sitnstedTl 2 mllrt m eet from PUtt
mouib. A good thanee for Ranche. Terms r
.oc.blo AP,.iy to DOREISGTOS.
Real F.tte Ag.rnt.
Z Oact ott Stick Dut'eiy'? g:rc. nc-J
Iron, Steel, Nails,
The largest stock of
West of the Missouri River. Also a
general stock of
Burden's Horse & Mule Shoes
Ox Vokes and Bows,
For sale .
LOW FOR ASH-
Warehouse on Farnham St., bil. 14th !
and l3ih Sts.,
CM AHA, - - - N-T-
XTj"') tJ r solicit?.!, which will rcceire prompt
A,'vut'n- C. W. BURT,
Smt 15. m3
Howe & Thatcher,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Boots and Shoes,
STAPLE AND FANCY
WtU NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Call before purchasing, and
Examine Gooih and Prices.
If you do not buy, you will
Got TPOstea 2
OPPOSITE POST OFFCE,
rtT i TrrCTnT?TTI "V r"P
t LAi lOJl'-'L1 111, il. 1 -
JNTJiJW 23C.L3NTIi3iSi SHOP,
M. B. MURPHY,
Main St., opposite Platte Valley House,
Has on hand a
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, &c.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in his lin, on short notice.
My motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Repairing done at all limes, at reasonable rates.
BLACK, BUTTERY CO.,
Yholcsalo andReta'-l Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines ana Liquors, for Medicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Ccu ffullij Filled by Dr. Black.
Plattsmoutli, Mny 1st, 1SGJ, tf ?
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE.
Wp keep constantly on hand Emigrants' and Freighters'
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans. Skillets and Lid?, Ovens,
Camp Kettles, Ac. We also keep Chain Pumps and
Fixtures, I lydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Coffee 3Jiils &c.
Tin Roofing, Cuttters and Spouting done on short notice, with
neatness and despatch. Are agents Tor the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be underbid Maia St., South Side, between
ffltXMif W. L. THOMAS' Jppi
I p iPicturc Gallery,
E gyjT Kortb Side Maine: .
Pictui'es taken of all Kinds.
mbrotvres, rhotoprnph?, Gem Tictures, Ac A (pod awortmPnt of Cases Frfimes,
AibnmJf&c.coniita'Vitly kept on hand. Gilt and Rosewood Molding, or Irame8
made to order, of any size.
Music ! Music !
RAYMOXD, MIXER 4 CO.,
Piano Fortes, Melodeons, Music and
COUNCIL BLUFFS - - - IOWA
AND OMAHA. N T.
nr.r.1.. mail f,ir Mnstc. Eooki. or aDytliinrt'er-
Uinir.g to iiu,.c, promptly .ut-uded to
ragr-Orders for tunln;or repairing Pteno Fortes
I and Melodeons in l;ittmonth and Ticiciiy will fce
I attended to at our earliest eorrmtcner.
large stock of
THE PRAIRIE FARMER,
Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanics, Ed
ucaticn, Home Interests, General
Aett-5, Markets, ifc.
P'i'bllf.heii Weekly, in a neat octavo form "f sixteen
p:ice, w th an iudtx ai tb end of each volume
.TSXX'S: 2.C0 -1 YEA P., IX ADVAKCE.
F:r CtnV ofticelr ar.l $:4, one copy free.
T3"Apiropriate advertisements will be planed in
tlfARHKIl fr I.j eerm prr line of space, Nonpi
riil, -each in-rrti n, in advance, pecial So ices,
l-?ded, prece linft ndvcrt'ucuiints, twenty cents per
In e l kparT; owcpiiu,
' ., .... . own.
. ..... T .. n l;n nf htiim.
est ot anv naner of 11 da. In the West
j an;i vorth-West, and otftrs to NurserymeD, FloriU
an,j impiemont ManuTactaiere, tne beat medium to
' rcen tbe misses iotere,ted.
Srbra$ta (Sits W. I
IR OX, MILS, STOVES
nl tnr tho Sali. of lh- OlebrafJ -VA G T.K
CO'JK i''f li'S -Xl HR ASCII, (-EOO&S
SIGN OP THE BIG PADLOCK,
B'low the Seymour H ue, on oppodle iitf.
NEBRASKA CITY, NEB. T-
L. FROST & Co.,
Opposite the Post OiEc,
NEBRASKA CITY, IV. T.
tl $ HARDING & CO.,
POST OIFICK BUILDING
TTUOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
Also Ag"!t! for alt The prianip.il
If 1 fi 1 1 VP ST anA XFWRP APERSA
For which Subscription-are receirevl at PablUheriM
THOMAS C. CRENSHAW,
MAXCrACTmSH.Of AND DIALFt IJ
Saddles and Harness,
lilt IDLES, CitLLARS, CUKRIE
Cumbfy Sjutrs, Lashes, hips, tyc
New Periodical Store!
A K WHIT'E &. CO-
A fullaisortment of
SCHOOL BOOKS tf- STA TIOXER I
Always on hard.
Latest Laslcrn l'aprs and Vtrir.dicals
re?All .rd-r promptly filled. -fcfl
NEBRASKA CITY - N. T
JOHN REEL) & CO.,
Cor. Main and 5th Sts.,
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Paints, Oils, Putty and Glass
D.I..I IITr.. .f ..! 1 I In. In T.,il, .rH.-' ,-ti.
tionery, and everytniu Kepi lu a nrii;iaii i'rug
lore, at fc.itern pnet's.
3-We aro prepared to nil all orders, and warrant
our roods to b freh. rr.lO'C5
CIIAS. VOGT & CO,
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATHER MD IROJ
SADDLE &.SHOE LEATHER,
Findings nnd Tools,
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c.
f"0rders Promptly attended to
Call on the nnderelgned for
NEBRASKA CITT, - - N. T.
St goscpli grtmttomU
SIfiX OF THE PADLOCK
seamy opposite tiik post offics.)
ST- JOSEPH, MO-
Havire nU'rhase l of tnv old n.irtner all hi. lntr.
st in tUee.-UbiiMitd H:u d .v;ira H.u-e of VOLIIOUX
hi. CO., I offer an f xtenoive slock of
C TJ TLERY, AND
Wbo'eala aud lli-tail, at Luff Prices!
ATTK.TIO FA1MIERS !
Il'aea 1 irge stock cl tuch CoudH aj ar nffdfd
PL0 aSTkLs' JoKS.' nPAIS CltADI.ES,
OA' CJIA1SS. THACE AXl
UAL TER JfAlS.1,
USA ntEs, sua vei.s
A SO SPAES,
M OO I. CAlil'S,
- M E A VEK.f HEEDH
PA TEST .SE1SS1SG
W1EA.S i 'Ul. L A US,
UAJ1ES. MXI' I' Of. ASS.
SAILS- LOCKS 1I1SGES,
Hi'TTS AXI S 'UK W
A XES, 11 A I HE TS,
HA UN AS1 P LA XES.
I call ine ial attention to IDT stork of BLIOD'B
CMSVand OltAIS SVXT1IES, the best artlcl
in Uie maiket.
4 cent for the "CAl'L'GA (VMT" Keprtnl
Mower, uudoubtedljr the bent machine ia market.
J- Ii Ellinswood-
rj- Wjn rPInovc to D17 New BllildiriC,
North side Folix ftre?t. hetweon 3d and
4th, about March 1st, 18G6.
A. G. MANSFIELD,
IIE.I YY HARD WAR E,
My tock of I-on and Steel is larse. complrte. sni
' iuprior to any heretofore tffred in this market.
Also a la'gc stoilc of
WAGON & BUGGY WOODWORK,
nr. i rrcsi.rTrn's: Tnnr.x.
. . . j ... m.
i ri If2 I Yfi'K' JP J '
I J' J
imrM.n j a- t- t, r- rc,r -r
si 1 UUOA iOy.l.iiy
I3ROW.S CORX PLANTERS,
S UL KY C UL TIVA TOR S,
B UCKE YE R EA P E R S A X D
MOWERS, &C, AC.
4W Agent for
Grover & Baker's
SFAVI .11 A CHIEFS.
iZjr" Orders f.ora a distance will revive prompt
No. 22, TIIIRD STREET
SAIjYT JOSEPH, . - MO.
October Sitli, 15C5. 6.u
WO OIj worth & CO ,
SALVl JOSEPH, .MO.,
B A DLFR, D. A. FtlflMiN'.
S. ADLER & CO ,
Cta'ers in all kinds of Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
S'O. 14, EAST SIDE MARKET Q CARE,
St. Joseph, TIu.
Wool wo rlh & Barton.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
GENERAL FORWARDING, STOR-
age and Commission Merchants.
Will Ptfeif and Forirard Freight io ail
jioinit on Mimiouri River aft tr don. of miziyalitt
tcV 3 m
WILLIAM. S. THATCHER,
tJ"Wirraots a cure or no pav.4 Oltea 1 IU
store cf Uowe A. Ib.tcher,
tatd day's work if introduced into the!
July 1, 1S6-5. tf
Aos; ,SG t
5I4. IS, 19.
Territory gane rally.