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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1866)
Zt 3Ictofca gjicraW.
i "Jhf under5!eJ wouLl gratefully
g:knowled the receipt of cb, and
thr Ta!ufMen from the people of Plntti-p-iuth
unl icitii It, to the amount of
V ,$152.00. " m. A. Aa-r.ARr,
11. A. SISARY.
jrr'tVa Me that the Etrcarn running
fjefween Main unJ Pearl streets i bfinr
p.jjj.nfu'.lv obi'rucu .1 hj our worthy
r..l energetic S.rvt C.vnrniy-i''M"r, I". S.
IVhite. We re gltid to see this th?
Iridpe onSfonJ street i.-i iii :i J;w,;-ruii;
'situation, if the storms uro as terrific the
timing sprin- ai th-r were Ia,t.
rWhf don't oiii 9 of our business
p.gn form themselves into u company and
e:ect a pork paekinj; huuse, with .ill tlie
F.).J:rn convenience. It aj r..;-irs to us
would Le r.iuc'i aiuie ricOtaMo ti
laem t! n.i the present v. ny each
fn. j-irkinj OU his own Ii'ink." In this
toii would ! t-ioa the amc-tint of
w irk fur th SHia.) expense, a is J
crcat a better m tiLet.
l.t Vi'e are informed that some of the
j.'nJijj members of the Pitbvteri.in
Church of this city are. in corre.-pon-wnce
wilh some eastern Pre.-byt-.-ry, in
eel.itien to supphin - th? pu't it in this
t'.tr. Mav siicee attend th-.-ir uudortak
J&. They have a line buiidinp;, und a
'icd cha r. There has been servie-i in
"lh houe but very few sabbaths during
t:. winter, owin V the fact cf h avin
fVj.-.i ' 'j'l I
ryilon. James Doom of Weep-n VTu.
ter Fails', it iu tuvn, ljokiti wti..
J!r. F.dward Iluttery, of th-.-iinu of
lottery V Shannon, iu company wrTh.Mr.
I!. N. rr of this city, an- oil' purchasing
:ock to supply their tfuLl".
fv'l'i.e v. title. r Las nri.Wai'il and
tur streets unln pre: i i.t a iiv'.y appear
ance. Wood dal"rs s-tocLeii on all on
i!r watching f.r cu-toiif r.
T'l'he donation on Tu-sday ti'ht
y:i-ed oil very pieasantly, an-.l th.j sum
f 1-3 -.' was pr.-Tit . d tj I!-. v. Mr.
Amthary as the proceed thereof-
.1.1 HI I
Swea ittid J. !i
( 'i:y, -, t i c in town
Th v r"r.':t
th!n dull in t!.. ir eif;-.
thfie nt ei.'.irily faro
our lP2:laturt: f ; . t : : : : a c
, - r,
. C t
i - pa--- 1 a i .
I'l.-.iioii allowing ten p--r rt. lr.U-iv-t ri
.i orders isut:d after the 17th ins:.
Ihii is h gvjgj iaoi, as it will be au oh
j'ict to parties bol lir.g th-m to keep tin in
.rt.es Ulr.st.Kn to Keep t... in
narket, thereby mu.ng then,
'r f" "' I
rtl the mar
ot t li t h
do- not a
T ir t j relish tli-s fact that he is not :ib
) t i . oritro! Hun. Marcus Brush, and e.i:.
i.ii the democracy of isiuiid-.rs county to
i )T-tl-.e f:ct. U'c presui:u Mc. Bruh U
r well and as 'favr -aMv' known in S;i r.:i
wri f'Mintv as is Mortar.: ar.d vc thiii":
Hi cotistituant.'' will hon.'-r him in !.'
i rmiiess and sense of juhtJcc in vloing ti::'t
ileli was righto, ven if it deesr:
the "Grand Commander."
CTThe Kiimy .-:', f the i:':h
: int. says: i,Th team of a western bonr..l
eoacii, rn away thi CiO;inug l.ei.r Jue'.
Morrovt's Bai.che," upsetting thj e aeh
and breaking a leg of the ui-.er. A fi-.v
ilavs since, a m:u wont to l.c.l wil.i a
hottlo of whiskey in his wagon, r.e:sr the
rune place, and "the next marring i: was
.ii-eovered that the whiskey ha-i prodac
d -pontaneotn onml)Biin, setting lire
t th- wagoa and consuming both wugo.i
i,r'The Bellevue Tnr.c:; s.ivs State
p .Ternrnent would be voted uown by a
heavy majority in that county.
Cr?"The Omaha paper have raised the
rrice cf advertising to 22o per colunm.
Do ani of our patrons think o ir rates
-Ve are now receiving, in exchange,
the Paily Ottumwa Court, ;-. Thank yuu.
Tiro. Norris. Our railroad interests are
-i unewhat ider.tifif d with those of Ot
t'lmirfl vn w? oanp.ot ao'.ird tvO do wilh-
out an X from that cltv.
rirl'iinnT the war, rn cxciteI ora'.er
cn the stump declared the women of the
country could "r'iur,i nut tho pnblic debt
in a few voars." .Tetdging from tlie price
of butter, they have commenced tha bus.
Crt7"Miss Hannah Jane Duk?, the Iowa
iantes, weighing "" ponnd, wamar
rioJ iwently in Tiiila le'j hl i to Mr. Alex
ander lleim, a man of ordinary size, and
a horse tamer by profes-siou. Anions
the bridal party were Chang an 1 F.ng, the
Siniese twins. Miss Duke is a cousin 10
S. Duke, Eq., county Treasury of this
rt-We dip tho fo'.Iowlrg from tho
Nebraska City y-, being a portion
of an Omaha letter t that paper;
'The council i f.ttlead loe'c. thel).?rn
o?atic majority have atteir.rted to .strike
cat all restriction in reg.vid to elective
'rifranchisement, letting all persons3
whether pardoned or not. como to Ne
braska and vote. F.ven a Foreigner need
riot produce his naturalization papers;
Unin there is a compromise nothing
more wiU be dona this session."
And is this the Legislature that some
our friend wish to see frame a State
Constitution for u??
C3Yesterdiy quit? a crowd collected
Bear Messrs. Buttery it Shannon's livrry
tables to witness the attempt of Trof. I.
D- Ewer to ride the three year old mare,
Lady L'uooln, the property of Mr. George
Dailey, of this city. She ha3 heretofore
succee led in opsizin every venture
some fellow who dared to straddle her,
and her owner had about made up his
mind 4pt rid of her; hut seeing Trof.
Ker'a card?, advertising hiu8ell to
t":ith tho art of making tractable and
KDtie the i-iot vicious "anirnile" that
might be offered him, he concluded to j
try the Prof.'s. art; and about 4 p. in. J lieve that it is so with other tiechanical
yesterday an-exceedingly excited crowd j hrnnclirs, and more especially with cr
collected to sec the performance, all ex- I penters because of the great demand for
pectin to see Kwer 'histrd;' but to their! them. Is thero a "od carpenter in the
agreeable tmrprino he rode tho ' Lady" , city who will say that every one win
through our ftreets bare backed, among j works at the business, at different times
a crow J of dog, boys, and sleigh-belhs, ' and on all occasion?, are first-class work
to efiy nothing of the shouts and noises j ruf-nl' Let us hear f ro:n stme of our mas.
all around him. He demounted and re- j t,,r builder", and rec if they do not su-tain
mounted in the streets, and showed such ; our position,
complete control of thn way ward "Lady" j IVom 7,7,uvju'd7. "
as ihorougly convinced every witness of J ("There is a report in town that
'his astoi.i-.hing feut that the I'rof. is no i Hon. J. W. Chapman, of this county, has
humbug, but a gentleman who can and j received an appointment as Indian Agent,
does do s.ll he a-ivertisex, and more than ' for fi0fno western tribe.
v.-e have ever seen any horseman Jo yet. j h Steil; M5rton, of the Xncs,
The IV)f. Lrt here to-day for liuek Bluffs nnj Ro,al Kuck y KoK;st0P 0f the
an Ts'-'hi-asva Citv. IIj wi.l de.iver a.; i i ,rr i i - i
tree lacttire in ins latter riaceorai tune
next week, a:id we caiiasmc our friends
there that all who iitteud his instructions j
will receive their money's worth. He
refunds all money where perfect satis
faction is not given.
J'r-jia yiittir'Itiy'i iJ'tily
"?"This has been an unusual liv!y
dav in town. The streets are constantly
crowded with team-, footmen ar.d horse
men, and reminds us of tho emigration
saasou. Verily, Platlsinouth is a "live"
(737"IIon. S. Misweli is in the city, tho
Home having adjourned until Monday.
Wc kirn from him that the State -i'e.-
ttf.ii is still the main theme at the Capital, I.
but that no definite conclusion has yot '
be.n arrived at by the members of the
rji'.We arc pleased to see that our en
ergetic townsman, U. Newman, Esq., has
r rthased the bu.ness and stock of goods
fon.itrly owned by S. JJ'.oom. AVo un
derstand Mr. Ntwinnn proposes bringing
on the largest stotli of clothing ever yet
onned in this l.iaik t. May success at-t;-i:d
him, for he is one of our most cn
terpr'.fting citizens ar.d is deserving a con
tinuatioe of the extensive patronnge the
11lju3? has heretofore received.
Q"'VI:y d jn't our city fathers cause a
tnx of on(! or two dollars t r year to ha
i tcrln.i for each di? knt tv nnv resident
of the C:tv. Miserable, yelping curs are !
crow-r so r.u.m-rou that we cm hardlv !
. ... .
; 1! to n.,tic the r.ui.-afsce. Isi'Uts are i
! made hideous by their infernal conceits,
j and wo propose to get some good tb the
' Ci'.f CU' 01 tins lii:icl!o;i. (r at nr.y raif
her. Nowun l then some
tii-' uimijer. -ow an i tutn smut
r(iV(1 thr()vs fiu- l0ioa f ,r
r-or'hy of having a fix pnid for them by
owr.-n-s who prixe thetn. are ;-ure to fall, !
while th3. Ijw L odcd huwlors soa-.. j
l.-t fnrn of our Conncilmen broach this
ub;ect at their r.fXt meetin
M D. II. Wheeler arrTvei it the !
,t,;r"iavf ar.d reports the "noble red I
: en re In a rrosoerous c-jIJ- 1
:s car? ill a prosy.orous con- j
d'.;i ti. Ve le.n n from Iriu that there is.i
:;l:iio-t nViver?.tl 'op'posioh in the Platte j
V illr l the State laovemmt.'
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t'if f.vo per cr.t. cf capital '-paid :
r . ,. . , I
without nnv lrdiviuuul liability, con-
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titute a '-Cred.t I oncer, ' how much ,
car it i!, would it take to start
a "wild cat" hank? Let some of our
Log Viators figure a Utile, ar.d see if they
c'-n t '"- I
v'A large iwuj.t of our Salt Creek i jn Windsor, Vcrmcnt, on the 12th inst.,
friends have been in the city during the j of Typhoid Pneumonia, Charles l. F.v
past week, trading. Wo made r.o ellort j ruf:TT or.)j son of Dr. Wn. and Fanny
to drivo them to Nebraska Citv, neither j j-2verett, in the twentieth year of his nge.
did the merchants of this place: ar.d w- j . formeriy residents of Plattsmouth.
are, therefore, prepared to receive r. Council Blu'Is and Des Moiocs papers
r?"A autabcr of teams were loaded in
this citv Saturday, with freight for the-j
west. The indication, are that the prln
cinal part of the frughtlng from Nubras'
ka westward will c done from this point
hereafter. The c ho tir.ce travel this
rout" never forsake it Tor the purpose of
finding' a better one.
Wo'learn tint the elitilerv five miles
hcl-iw town, beiongin- to i. Manure, of
I :'r!n raoy, -u.igu.rc .v ,u v..i-
r . fi ... ii. : r. j . .. r ro.:
j eigo, v.:is entirely destroyed oy t.re at
two o'c'.ocli this morning. Loss about
STJ.t'i"''; insurance o.0.'0, in the Plrxnix
and -Tltna. About thirty barre.s of high
wines, belonging to the government, were
in the building, and consumed. The fire
is Mirr-osed to have been the work of an
rThere appears to he n great varie
ty cf whiskey kept in this locality; fight
ing whiskey, musical wln-kiy, noi-y whis
key, tangle foot, addle-head, forty-rod,
lightning, and several other kinds that
have their own peculiar ell'ect. We saw
cr.e of cur citiiens last Saturday who r.p
penrod to l.avc imbibed pretty freely of
each of the diiTcrcat varieties.
Jf We learn that some of our me
Cliar.cs iiaL' laiveu fAoeoioiiis to our in ii-
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cle a few Jays Vine 3 on itn migration, or At
leist that portion cf it where we said
the people of Nebraska were oompelled ta
put up with "jack-of-all-trades fellows,
because good workmen are scarce."
Thi was, in the article referred t, ap
plied more particularly to carp.ntcrs,
but should have been applied in general.
Does not evcrv man in Nebraska know i
that nenjuro compelled, from force of cir
cumstances, to '-turn their hand" to all
kinds of work? and can it be expected
that they are perfect, or even good, at all
of them? , Now we had no intention o.
I nmkirjg a wholesale charge, for wt hare
com' as pood carpenters- in Nchrasltit, and
ia Plattsmouth, as can be found any
where; but wo think those very men that
are rood workmen will bear us out in the
assertion that people sometimes have to
yut up with "jack-of all-trades fellows,"
because of the scarcity of good workmen.
Wo know it i the caf-e in the printin
business, anj have every reason to be
us this afternoon, on their w ay to Omaha.
fj7"A man bv the name of II. C. Webb,
a resident of Fremont county, Iowa, was
thrown from a sled at'Nebraskn City last
Friday, and killed. He was formerly
of Wisconsin, and had been a ranchman
in Colorado for several year3.
Cv'The city council of Council Bluffs
have established '-Lire limit," prohibiting
the erection of wooden buildings within
certain boundaries. This is a good idea
in any town, but would not work well
here until brick arc more plentiful.
?"The Nebraska City Av3 thinks they
might accept State government in ISCS.
Too soon, friend Morton; the Democrats
will not be able to control Nebraska be-
rTTTroperty is ngaln on the 'rampage'
at Omaha. Lots are selling at from 100
to C'2 00 for every foot of street front.
This is all first-rate if it will last; but to
our judgement it don't look '-healthy'
especially without farming country to
back tho town.
C27"(.ov. Saunders has sent a commu
nication to the legislature nuking the
pa-sage of a joint resolution and memo
rial :o the Secretary of war for the mus
ter out of the First .Nebraska Cavalry,
Veteran Volunteers. Ha says if it is ne
cessary that Nebraska should furnish
troops for frontier protection he prefers
raising f rcch ones to keeping those in who
li. 'iii i.i. .. . ' - i
""" iaiuuiniy serveu ine coumry mi ner
hour of 1,0 ' :inJ now feel lh;lt tlie
. r . . .1. ii. i
" ,ul j "- u
The undersigned takes pleasure in an-
ncin- to his f.iends and the public
- - - i -
(renerally that he has this d iy sold his
ent5rc ,lock of clothing, Gents Furni.h-
Cl1?' U la' Cilt &e' t0 I5
1 - ffi . c .1 r .
AC-wmar. i v.v.u u. ior p:uro..gC,
I wU'd nsk a c -ntintiance of the same to '
TnJ successor. S. Bloom.
All porsons knowing themselves in
debted to me, by rote or account, will
T" call'onMr. Newman and settle the
nf i'amediately. . .. S. Bloom.
u n j ... ij.-j-'"-"
All persons knowing tliomselves indebt-
ed to us by note or aceotir
not :tied to come forward n
, , . . r ,
same by tue 1st of ichrua
aceotint, aro hereby
nd shttls the
ary next. We
! want moneo
TOOTLE, IIANNA & CO.
DIED At the re-idence of hi3 parents
i pleas copy.
Tli.1 cr.'is.'rilipr luivinT Tiiireha. o 1 tho
, Hc,a tore on 21 strcetlately occupied
j fcv Sarpv and others, would respectfullv
". f: 111 ih e5tens of Plattsruouth and
vicnitv that he has ri fitted the store and
nn..r,,. A i.,r.- nn,l f,.n stock of Jewclrv
and Fancy .rticles for Ladies, Gen's.
Children, and the rest of mankind, and
is prepared to do nil kinds of Watch,
Clock and Jewelry liepairing in the best
manner, and would be happy to serve his
old and as many new customers ns may
give him their patronage, assuring them
of their work well done at moderate pri
ces, and on short time. Tlie stock, eru
braeinrr every variety of jroods usually
Jlccpt at a first class Jewelry Store, will
sokl at low prices ana warranteu ot
the best workmanship nnd material. lie
ta also a small stock cf Family Groce
ries, which will be replenished from time
to time, und sold at the lowest figures.
Having permanently located in this city,
I respect fully solicit a share of patron
age, and cordially invite all to call and
examine tlie stock on hand, as we would
he pleased to firve you, nnl do not nk
vnu to'buT unVoss wc can make it for
Your interest to patrcniTo us.
11. II. EATON.
1 .. . .1. T. .
!t U,'-, iF
Valuable Lands for sale
N w I 10 12: S w 23 10 12 ; II 1-2
e 7 10 1C; K 1-2 n o IS 10 13; S w
H 10 1.1: So 2S 1111: S w .12 13 13;
S e 0 II 13: N 1.2 n w S ll 13; -
Also Town Lots in city of Plattsmonth.
A't vf wt.!rh wil. lf -oI -ox fr rab. C.itl aud tee
tbJ :ibov luiuls bloie iar -ba-i!;.
A:p y ia Ul'ICFt.
4e-7 - ' Ta I'ay. r am) I.au ! .4,-..r:.
For Safe-Good Bargain
Tirij B-if ft t.' d jniuinp Plat'smoah on th
(OU'h. Will tw ll-'UK". a t'y f'lurd With Jiiike
euce. and ini'ciial euji'jih to Cuiuilete tl:e saai.
Tt rai'a cry low ior ksh . Apr'y
, r. ii I'OuKtxGrox,
115 Rsl Estate Ag-n-.
t Is CnjiscrttT
David Bawsieet )
Jo pursuance & by irtoe of a deereU! order to me
Ilrta.-c. fria tli efflce nf the Cleik of tbe iliatnct
Cuort, r tli- '2: 4. Judicial d;tric, in &a! for Casj
co inty Ne r-k nu le In the -oto cn-o. hiuI
I raiin dais i t 27ili. dT of Crt.jbtrr a&5, lining
t?i ad!-.irnel txrtoter term ol said cjurt
I ihe mbcrilt Mn-l'r in it.nnceiy fur id court,
wil i fTr for ml ht i ubti; vendue f-r al, t tha
!i ln-l and t bi.Her, la front of ihe Ctiutt houje
iu 1'ia.tteai'Uth eLra-;K, n '
ti'i'urJmi March 3 1SC5
at I 12 o'clock P. 'M. r.fa-l dsy, tUe fjllowttif
dncrti.l pivnii.. to wit.
The aO'ith lialf ( 12) of ihe F..i:th rrtt qnrtrT(l-4)
ol ecti ti n. tlnriy (30', t the fHt a!f (I 2) or thr
nortb :; q'lart r (1 4) f rrrUra nnml er twenty
uiue Cii) in iuwti0iip uuiuber tirn (ID) no?ih of rvuce
numli- Ihinei-ii (13) a-i of ihe sixtU F. M. tn C'.if
c.)iant Ncliro-k.-i I trrit.iry TjS"inr Willi nil n i i
.-lUP'Oir ihe impr-jv:iient, heredilaiiieut.
aiiiili;naocea ih'.-ieto lelniigliic or in any nuf
Hjip'tiuuinp, to be m.d A. tht piol-ery ot the 'le'cn
tiat . ve nitail t-i ui'l lUe-ris the am.aul
of ln h i liie sum i f i-'-i r.d com of 0u.t aud
i4le. ll d JiUUjry 20t;i 1 SCi
J". M. POBRIStiT- S.
51 aster ia e !.a;ig-ry.
T. M MarQcett, Sot. f jr com;j'lt.
2 c. gT
5 I $
Boot & .Shoe Shop.
The KiiH-crihcr would re-oei-lfnlly cal' the atten
tion of t'ie t-iii7u or l'liitisiiu.um and tl.einll' at
mire t- tlie taot liiat he ha- I, citod -! e .l ir vxt r f
I ,rit -Hi's O1-P5 More. whe'S ht- icie ds keiiinir
on h ird .irnl iu .kilf fii tl:t i-li-rt.-.-t n tice. eve y
artii'letn hi line. Hi" t ck ht-inc - e td by h.in--e;f.
nnd hnvir,; si eiit tl- 111-1 of hi li'" ,n "
hu.-iue-. lie I -i coiiddent U..it he can g.vt !-.tifae
t on. ;ive lilm a call.
A, il HI 5 J. TIIOCK.MOIl lO.
SAL'S OF AN ESTRAY.
At or at) iit 10 o'r'ock a. , on th- 1" I d,,T cf
Fihr: urv. 1-i i.j. -"l tlie residence f J"hn Tcvk-liury,
la 8 .Vile ti live I'lp-nc. I.'a romi :". N T.. I w.i.
tl.rM!li ! h.m-1. to the hi-h :idd -r. the fol
Imiiipi rilv. Ui n Hj :i- a:i flriy Mm:: tnf
c..w iprnii'ii ,j ti. S. Huty and l-mi.-l live, lit
-l'TorJer J.-iiS Teivm:et.
TtVen tii ly the m --Tiber. 3 mile s.it.th-vre'.t of
riat:.-iin uih. on ihe 1 i'U iu.t ci.e whi'e and red
l-otiei l.eiler.-oee e,r old p.t white face, crua
'c I hsrn: no n rV or l-rscd. .
jtcIH WM. MTRItT.
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Geo. Boeck 8c Oo
Ilavt removeJ to their
A'EW TWO STORY KR1CK SHOP, .Yorik-iicst of Botch's Old Stand,
Where they are prepared to turn out tl kitij of Kew Work, such at
WAGONS. BUGG-1BS. Plows,
Aud everj thit g nire Jut by Freighter or Farraers in the Letof tlyls. "
Horses, 3Iule3 and Oxen Shod in the best stvle and on reason-
Of erery d.-scripiion, eltht r la wood or iron, doue cn thnrt rwtlce.
(3" Particular attention paid to Repairing ail kinds of KACHIUERY AND
CASTINGS of such.
Hiej kre-p on t. nd, an l :'.,r a!e,
Ox-Yokes, Bows, Steeples, Cable-chains,
BOLTS of all sizes, WAGON SOWS, &c.,
In fact, everything in t'tir line nre.ltd by FrehjlUers, Emigrants or Firmerj.
Having a larg stock of Seasoned Timber, and tho best quality of Iron, Thimble
Skeins, Ac, eelntai by ourscTveK, with tp'cUl rt ftrenca lo tf.is trade, we feel confident that we c. rum
out letter aud more work, at cheaper rates, than any other shop in the IVrrUury.
Thankful for ,st pitronage, we solicit a continuance of the same.
EST Sat i fact ion C. is nan toed or lloncy Ucrumled
Plattsuoctii, N. T., Nov. 8:h, 18C3. Gm
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE-
,Vp keep constantly on hand Emigrants' and Freighters'
OUTFITTIN G G O OD S,
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans. Skillets and Lid?, Ovens,
Camp Kettles, A:c. Ve also keep Chain-Pumps and
Fixtures, ! lydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Collec 3liils Slc.
Tin Roofing, Cuttters 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,
PLATTSMOUTII. - - NEBRASKA.
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Kiedicinal use,
Dye "Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and physicians-
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
. ine and of the best quality.
1'iiysicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Black
Piattsmo'ith, May 1st, ISCo, tf
HjJ W.L. TH0HAS' yPC?
Ipltyt Picture Galleryjf
ylf- " '? North Sii'e Main St , I'il)
Sjsfi PMTTSMOUTU; - VAU3
Pictures taken of all Kinds.
Ambrotvrie?, Photograph?, Gem Pictures, ic. A good assortment of Cases Frames,
;;Wts Ac cjnstintlv kept on band. Gilt and Rosewood Molding, or Fnimes
I ... . a
ciaaa 19 oraer, or any size
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally .
Han mored into his new brick biitdtnir en the cor
ner of .Main utieet and Leret). wheie he is dally re
ceiving large aCditlna 13 his already cxteatire
Li IQ TJ
Ke ofl-.-rs the Tory heit of bargains to cnnlomers,
nnd re-im-sts a call Ir-ia those who want nIhmg la
his line to lest the advantages in prices with taose
o f others.
Hemi mber tha
and give Mm a call if you wish to buy cheap,
(Successor to S. Bloom,)
G-ento Furnishing G-oods
Caps, . . -Boots,
&c, See, Sec.
Also n lnr?o lot of RUBBER GOODS
and REVOLVERS alwavs on hand.
will find it to their benefit to ezamina
my stock before purchasing eleewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Furs
Plattsmouth, Maj 25, tf
flaring recently built a new and.sulla to shop
Kain St., Plattsmouth, N. T.,
Would respectfully tuforni the citizens of Cans anJ
adiniainff counties thit he has the facilities ff'f car
ryinif on tho
In all Its brar.chci
IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE
1 am prefared to tnrn out the
U H-E A P K B T
atd mobt durable ;
Of every description, fyer offered in the Territory.
JJfi-Pirtictilnr attention piiid tt making nd 6t-
A'.i kinds of lunihcr taken in exohauj; f r crU.
I'latls 'loath. Apiil 10,
X. J, SHARP.
Mickclwait Sc Sharp
De'er in TinLumbT. Lath, Shingles, Doer, ?ah,
Ii'inds, 1'icketK, enl ery vr;t-!y of Cottonwood.
Wa!r.ut and Oak l.umhvr.
Will k-i einfctan'ly n hsnd Cord woi1, betti
Cotton and Oak. All o-de:s ptou ptiy d:li. ;
Oilice cn I-ee" cue tj-oi-,tli cf C. L. Coerer'e
Feed and (Tr'.ii DcP'it,
" PLATTSMOUTH, N T.
Norember 5th tbCo. Cj
Eii ny rVotice-
ThVen tip by ihe und.-r-.Tpne'l in Orapo'i Precinct
Cass cocnt -, N. T., on Lec. Cth. JSCS, one 2-year eld
rran He fcr, except Leek, v.(-n.h is r a reddlah catt,
.-in lnarkcii Willi au n: d .-ib-t out of ich; alo en
3-yea-o.d Meer hri-li iu! ca. s croiped a little,
hmn.. li.avy other ciarLs.
j..i:3 3 WitMm SlETrxs.
H II- WALKER
One door east oj Schlater's Jetcelry store,
MA IK ST., FLATTSUO VTn,
i Offtai ti tervfees o 'a le--'eef th! oit aid
i Mrm i:; i; n - ejunirr. issi
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