Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, April 25, 1866, Image 3

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    Site aTfbrasfesi SEwraW.
LOCAL NEWS-
7 from YTilnttday't DaVy.
(rrDistrict Court will adjourn this
evening, with a clear Docket.
7A Chango of xenue lias been taken
11 the Goluing case. It will come uii at
Nebraska City nt the term about to com
mence. ry rho'SouthernVetf askian says that
a number of Democrats have returned
that paper because the editor disapproves
of President Johnson making a fool of
himself.
-TfTha New York Tribune has just
completed its twenty-nth year, and comes
out con Inerably enlarged, having the
width of its columns materially increas
ed. 7"J. N. Wise has removed to his
new room, corner Main and Thiru Sts.,
where he is ready to furnish you with
all kinds of reading matter, from ac?ra
ic pictorial to Webster "on-a-bridge."
5?-0!d muddy is doing a good work
for this city, in cutting away the sand bar
in front of town. Th ferry boat made
a landing at tho foot of Main street to
Jav, and a stiff current appears to be
jetting in near the Nebraska shore.
r3Te have received the first number
of the ytbraska Statesman, published by
A. F. & W. E. Ilaivey, at Nebraska City.
It is a large, eight column paper, pre
eents a neat mechanical appearance, and
advocates Democracy and State Govern
ment. It will be the mouth pieco of
the State Democrats of Nebraska, and
will somewbat interfere with the arrange
ments of certain would-be leaders in that
party. "Ajix" is well known in Nebras
ka as a spicy writer; and, outside of po
litical affairs, will d much t ) amuse and
instruct the readers of his paper, and
will contribute largely te the prosperity
cf Nebraska City. We welcome the
Statesman to a place in our ranks.
Frtm Thurtday't Daily.
CTThe rive is still on the rise run
ning over the bank on the Iowa side.
5?"We learn that the south room over
Newuian'a Clothing Emporium, has been
rented for a billiard establishment by
some one from Nebraska City.
rTEuainess has been dull for a few
days; but there is always " a calm before
a storm," and we iay look for a host
of men in need of "outfits"pretty soon.
("Pilgrim wngons make their np
jearance on the Iowa shore every day,
and are imiiud'ntely crossed over to this
side bv our new ferry boat. No delay
on accouut of wind, here.
CTJoel Parcel, Esq., is at work on the
old billiard hall, and will soon have a
basement under it, and a different kind
of business in it from that carried on for
the past year.
fTTha "harmonious" Democracy
Intel in Delegate Convention to-day at
N-braku City. Will Morton, Miller &
Co. "run tho machine," or will 6ome
bo'dv who never rua for Congress havd a
finger in ths pid We shall see.
x?"Local Items are scarce just now.
Our citizens are all moral, well behaved
people; thore are no lectures, concerts,
shows, or other perf ormahces of the
kind, and we do not think of anyone at
present who needs pitching into," hence
the scarcity of items.
CSTWe learn that the "Big Slough,"
on tho road to Nebraska City, is almost
impassible with an empty wagon; or, to
uso a western phrase, that it will "mire
n. s.addle-blanket." The road leaving
town on the south-west U in a good con
dition, and is on a more direct liDQ than
the old road. Travelers will take notice,
and govern themselves accordingly.
from FrUttiy'l Lailj.
Cy Hon. S. II. Elbert and Judge
Clark left on the Lacy yesterday for the
cast.
57"Tbe foundation ,of the Episcopal
Church in this city is completed, and the
superstructure will be commenced in a
short time. This edifice will bean orna
ment to the city, located as it is on one
of its most eligible sight.
Qy See advertisement of Buttery &
Shannon to day. If you want a pleasant
ride, go and get one of their nice car
riage teams, or one of those elegant sad
dle horses. We have been there, and
know they keep nothing but the very best
stock.
CTDo the people of this city expect
to see any considerable amount of emi
gration pass through here this season?
We all know there is an immense tide
setting towards the (vest, and that it will
r'.'ach the Missouri river in a short time.
We also know that other towns are mov
ing Heaven and earth, as it were, to di
vert this emigration from the great nat
ural highway to the Pacific, which cross
es the Missouri river at this place. Will
we stnnd still and see this trade going
, to other points, and not raise a hand nor
a voico in our own behalf? The Herald
has labored faithfully for the past year
to arouse the people of this Joe ility from
the lethargy which appears to have taken
posession of their faculties, and to con
vince, them that if we would build up a
great city here it must be accomplished
through our own exertions, and not
through the good will of neighboring
cities or from the natural instinct that
would lead men to choose a point that
nature has endowed with sach great ad
vantages. We all know that this is the
rnost favored point by nature that can be
f xand ia the west, and that we have the
best natural road in the world; bat is this
any reason we should lie sapinely still
and see more energetic people and cities
reap tho harvest which belongs to us?
Let our people arouse themselves to co
tton, or else make up their minds to live
a slow coach life while others are mov
ing with lightning speed. Fortune fa
vors those who ebow some kind of dis
position to help themselves; and if we
would hr.ve our proportion (which sbonld
not be email) of the trade this season
we must do something towards securing
it. Do not think it will come to you, or
that somebody else will stand it as was
partiallj the case last year but conclude
to securtJ it through your own exertions
or do without it. We have done all that
was in our power to do alone, and now
nsk the co-operation of our citizens in
this work. r
From Saturday' Daily
Cs?"E. O. Dovey, Esq., of the firm of
A mi son & Dovey, arrived on the St. Jo
seph to-day, looking as hearty and cheer
ful as usual.
3?The Omaha Herald says the funeral
car of our lata President, A. Lincoln, has
been pi iced on the Pacific Road for the
use of the officers. Suggestive; Tery.
C2Mai!s are all right again arriving
on time from every quarter; and what is
still better, we understand bids will soon
be received for carrying the mails over
the new routes from Plattsmouth west.
57"Tbo city has presented a lively
appearance t )-day. Farmers, emigrants,
freighters, and a host of new comers from
the east, were to be seen on our streets,
giving everything an air of business.
C37"A hange has taken place in tho
proprietorship and editorial control of
the GlenwooJ Opinion, Mr. Hoffman
having sold his interest to Mr. John Y.
Stone. The Opinion is the life of Mills
county as is any good paper the life of
the community in which it is published
and should receive a liberal support.
from Slonday't Daily.
fJW. J. Ilesser, Esq., is sprouting
six barrels of sweet potatoes at his gar-
nen south of town, and proposes furnish
ing everybody with plants.
CjfLet us hear from somebody on the
subject of levying a special tax for the
purpose of prospecting for coal in this
county.
3rS. II. Walker, Esq., has re-fitted
the old P. O. building, nud is now pre
pared to turn out a suit of clothes that
would make a Pawnee Indian look likaa
gentleman
;j?"See advertisement of McElwain i,
Fales, Painters. If you want anything
in their line, give them a call. They do
all hinds of work in the very best style,
and on reasonable terms.
Cs?"W. J. Ilesser has our thanks for a
Cue assortment of flowering and ever
green plants. Ilesser has a taste for the
beajtiful, and a generous heart. Were
it otherwise, printers might never realize
wh:it beauties nature could produce in
this far western country.
2See advertisement of Prof. E. R.
James. Prof. James has been engaged
many years in teaching, and comes to us
with unquestionable recommendations,
not only as a teacher but as a gentleman
of sterling integrity and irreproachable
morals. The opening of this school will
obviate the necessity of sending pupils
away from home.
TMr. May field informs us that the
new Territorial road from this city to.
Ln ncaster is now opened, ready for travel.
The bridge across Camp Creek was com
pleted last Saturday. . This will provo a
great convenience to the people west and
south-west of us, and adds another link
to the chain that binds our interests and
those of the Salt Creek country together.
37"We learn that "sod corn" got the
upper hand of several persons last Sat
urday evening, causing considerable dis
turbance in town, much to the annoy
ance of quiet, well disposed citizens
Cannot something be done to prevent
sach occurrences? " If they cannot be
prevented otherwise, let sufficient bonds
te required of saloon keepers that they
vfill see to it that theso bo.sterous pro
ceedings do not occur on their premises.
From Tuenday't Daily.
Q"Every boat that arrives brings a
large quantity of goods for our city mer
chants, which are sold offat a rapid rate.
5TDr. W. E. Donelan arrived at
home this morning, having been cast
purchaiug a stock of drugs.
rj2?"Gold quartz is reported to have
been discovered on the Potomac, fourteen
miles below Washington, causing con
siderable excitement.
5?" See advertisement of "$200 re
ward" to-Jay. Here is a chance for
somebody to do the country a service and
at the same time get well paid for it.
5?The room formerly occupied by
Howe &. Thatcher has been fitted up in
first-rate style. Dr. Donelan will soon
have it filled with "doctor's stuff."
CSTThe Nebraska City Xeus has fail
ed, so far to recognize the existence of
a new Democratic paper started in that
city by the Messrs. Harvey. What's the
matter. Is Sterling afraid that hisoc
cupation" is in danger?
C3?"We are regolarly receiving - the
Daily Denver Gazelle as an exchange.
The Gazelle is a staunch advocate of the
interests of Colorado, and goes in. for
locating the Pacific road on the Republi
can. Here's our hand on that move, Bro.
Stanton. We think Colorado, Nebraska,
and everybody concerned would te ben
efitud therebr.
QTA fellow cut west on being asked
whether the liquor he was drinking was a
good article, replied: Wal, I don't know,
I guess so, there is only one queer thing
about it, whenever I wipe ruy mouth, I
burn a bole in my shift.
gy lle&set advertises his Sweet Pota
to Plants, and other things, to-day.
The Yellow Nansemond, of which he is
sprouting a large number, is the best
potato raised ir. this climate. Send your
orders early, as they will go off like "hot
cakes" when .he time comes.
2?"We have received a large number
of papars from different points in Iowa.
Illinois,. Wisconson, and other States,
within the past few days, all marked "X."
Certainly; we will "X" with all of them.
It shows to our satisfaction that the Her
ald is making this point known to the
world, and people arc anxious to see
what is going on here.
2?In justice to Mr. Lenhoff, we would
say that from tho best information we
can obtain, we believe he used every ex
ertion to prevent the row that occured at
his place Satuaday evening, and the
aforementioned quarelsome "sod-:orn
was taken on board before the raiders
came to his place. This all right so far
as Mr. LenholPs intentions are concerned,
but is only another evidence that some
thing is wrong in the principle on which
saloon keeping in Hi c ty is based. Can
not our city fathers do something to rem
edy this state of affairs? We do not
urge this thing in any fault-finding spirit,
neither from any ill will towards those who
participate in these unseemly debauches;
but because we believe the public good
requires that a check should be placed
upon them in some manner.
MARRIED,
On tho 13th inst., by Rev. David R.
Dungan at his residence near Plattsmouth
Mr. St. Ledger B&ck, f Cass county,
and Mrs. Mary A. Tibby, formerly of
Louisville, Ky.
FOR RENT A farm six miles west
ol Plattsmouth, with thirty acres under
cultivation good fence 'and dwelling
house. Apply immediately to
marQtf J. N. Wise.
ST.' LOUIS and PLATTSMOUTH,
Council liLtrrs and Omaha PACKET
LINE. The boats of this popular line
are now making regular tri-weekly trips
to all points on the Missnnri river, be
tween tho abovo points. Parties desir
ing information in regard to freight or
passage will find it to their interest to
call on the underr-igned.
MlCKELWAlT & SnARP,
nproml Agents.
Wagons, Wagons.
Staude & Anderson, Plattsmouth, N.
T., have secured the entire agency of the
Sihuttler Wngon, and will have a large
supply on hand and for sale as soon ns
navigation is fairly opened. mr7
REMOVED.
Staude Si Anderson haver emoved to the
new three storybrick building, east room,
corner Main and Third streets, where
they are ready to accommodate their old
customers and as many new ones as will
favor them with a call. feb. 27
Methodist Hymn Books a very fine
assortment, large nod small, just receiv
ed. AUo a few verv nice Sewing Ma
chines, at WISFS BOOK STORE.
. :
"Stewart's New Goods are arriving.
Prints of the best kinds at from 15 ty
20 cts., and other goods in proportion
Ca at the New Cash Store if you wunt
coods cheap apr4
TJEW STORE.
iTSTETW" GOODS
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
1 will sell
Dry Goods, Clothing.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
33!vts ad Caps
At p-L-M than thf Mmf quality of goodt can b
bought eUhere id Ztebraak-i.
Shall be recciviun new good constantly .
First bri'-k ston et of the brHa. on 4d trett,
known as the old Bannock Bakery, l'lattm Hith.
rarlS l L. F. 6 I tV ART.
IVoticc to Tat-Payers-
The Taxes f-r IS6.T forfeits on the first of Mar -Gentlemen
will pl"-.e call at t!ie T-eaMirer'mfllce
and pet their ret-eiptK, and sare the pennl'y which
trust he adtied alter that date, according to law.
ui.nT td S. UUKK, Treas
Est ray lYotice.
TKkeD np bv the subscriber, on bis premises, in
Oreapolis Pr-iinct. Cass county, fc. T , .t!otit three
miles norlbwe.-t of 1'latlMnou h, on the i"tli day of
lieveniber, a o 1SC5, one rorey mare, of a clack
ct loi. with Wlii'e face and leet. Ho nxh-T marks or
brands perceiv&bln. 1IENIIT SIL'I U
Plattsmouth, N T., March CStU. lr;t. ap4 3
Cii mi eery alc.
Frank M Woolcott )
ri In Chancery.
Almeron Russell. )
In pursuance and by virtue of a rlecrrl or ler to
me directed fom the office of the Clerk iff the l)i
trirt U u;t of tb- Judicial District in and for Ca.-s
County, rtebrMSla, trade in the above ensf, and
besrir ii date on the Mill 1.y of April. 1S4.", I, the
si bciiber. will ell at p'iblic vendue for each to the
highest and lxt i.!d r. in front of 'he Cviurt-iloifee
in PlattMuoutL, .Nebrka, on
Saiu Juy, May 12A. 1SGG,
At 10 o'clock in the forenoon of s;iid day. the fo'.low
Inlt descried E'al Ks'Jlf. to wit; A 1 ihutceitam
pirce or pa' eel f Ind bituaied in the cotiuty c f Cxfi
ami Teiritory ef Nehra-ka, k own and dene i bed as
follows: The somh-we.-t q jarter ( 1 1 1 of the nrth-
! east quarter (11) cf s-,cun no. ne (II. in t' wbship
no elevi a t i, no m oi jacta no. twelve ( rj. t a t
of the 61b. p. in in Can e. utity, cbralR Territory,
Tcp.Uier -with all a ad ti: giUr the- impioveuien'ts
and inurt;r.ance lhairnuto leinivmu or in any
wUe appertainHiiJ, to b-? sold as the property of the
defendants above nnntcd. to sat-str id decreet the
amount of wliien Is-lhe -um ef i2D4.4d, with int-rcst
thereon from she date of said tlocree( and costs of
suit and sale
FiatumoUth, 5th. of April. 16S-
F. M. POH KJ XOTOIf ,
Master :a Chancery.
T. ST. MAROVfTT, Sol. fot Ccinprt. aplltw
TIT OR. B. TOOTLE, . , T. K. HA-SHj., J. B CLARK,
Tootle, Hanna h Clark,
BANKERS,
Dealers la
Gold Iiit Gold and Silver
Coin, Exchange, U
and other Stock.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED,
and special attention given to Collections
plattsmouth:, n. t.
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FARM AND TIMBER LAUD
FOH SALE.
I have one 1h be-t farms in Nebraska, also, a (roc!
l-cdy ot lirnlier anil quantity of nniinprol prai
rie Innd. which I ofirr gali-. Th re re pood im
provi rnentp, v. ter, rock and timber ou ihe plfire
and it U a dirai.le kock farm Fur further par
ticulars, ai!.ircss.
G. V, COLVIX,
Apriewfim. riausjiiouth, X. T.
FOR SALE.
I.'-ts 11 and 12 in bKct 29iO Main street, oppo'ite
tl.e P.aite Valley Ho".
Lots 1 and 2 iu block 2I. Lot 3 .a b'ock 12.
40 acres of timber laud three uu ei soutn o f PlattJ-
month
t'jp'.ilreof J. Schluter, Main street, Plattstnoutli.
Aprlb:dlw i.
FRESH LIME!
Good No. t Lime always on hand and for sale by
be wholesale and retail in amounts to suit purchas
ers, ty J. BtTl'S.
iuar2 (Iwflm .
C. II. KING
Carpenter and Joiner
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
Will do work in his line with neatness and dipstrh
and upon abort notice. feb-7 dcwt
Farm for Sale
Thren miles south of P:attmnnth, in a first-rate
neighborhood, with koihI water and fire acres )i:ivy
cottonwuod Umber. Fur particular enquire cf U.
K. Anderson, on the prtims-, or
F. M. DOIiRlXGTOX,
tbS3di3 Ucal Kxate Ageri
G- O L D
has
FALLEN
WM. HERALD
Has moved into his B"w brick bnl'ding on tht cor
ner or -Main itteet and Levee, wbeie he is laily re-
ceivinc large addilijns to bis already cxi- usivs
siock or
GROCERIES
AND
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LIQUO LS.
He oflVrs the very be?t of bargains to eus'inncrsT
and reque.-ts a call from those who want anything la
bis line to test the advantage in prices wait uiom
a I others.
Remember ths
BRICK CORNER
and give him A ca:i if yon wish to buy cheap.
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WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Geo. Boeck & Co
ve! to their
NEW TWO STORY BRICK SHOP, Aorih-wcsi of Boeck's Old SianJ,
Where tbty are prepared to turn out all kind of Xesr Work, such as
WAG03STS. BUGGIES, Plows,
And everything needed by Freighters or Farmers ia the best of styls.
Horses, 3Iules and Oxen Shod in the best style and on reason
able terms.
JOB-"WOEK
Of every description, either In wood or iron, done on short notice.
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Particular attenliop paid to Repairing all kinds of MACHINERY AND
CASTINGS of such.
They keep on hand , and for sale,
Ox-Yokes, Bows, Steeples,. Cablo-ciiains,
BOLTS of all sizes, WAGON BOWS, &c,
In fact, everything in their line needeJ by Freighters, Emigrants or Farmers.
Having a large stock of Seasoned Timber, and the best quality of Iron, Thimble
Skeins, Ac , selected by ourcelves, with special reference to this trade, we feel confident, that we can turn
nit better and more work, at cheaper rates, than any other shop in the Territory.
Thankful for past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same.
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GeO. Boccli c3 Co.
CS Satisfaction Guaranteed or ITIoney Refiindecl.553
Plattsmoctii, N. T., Nov. 8th, 1865. Gin
C. B. STAUDE.
Glenwood, Iowa,
STAUDE 4 ANDERSON,
-a.
Removed to New Three Story Brick . Building, . East. Room,
Corner of Main and Third St's, Plattsmouth, N. T ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY G00DS.G R0CE1UES, HARDWARE
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CUTLERY, ClUEESWAKE,
Boots and Shoes, Ready-made Clothing,
BLANKETS, HATS AND CAPS,
And a variety of
LADIES'. DRESS GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES-
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Also keep constantly on band a large sujiply of pTj
HiOJ NAILS, TLOWS A.XD CULT1VA-VA
Tons.
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AliSO
A large supplj of
a I .
OUTFITTING GOO'DS.K
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Such as
T Flour. Bacon, Lard, Meal, Bcans,tfj
Dried
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Also
A larce stock of
Wooden Ware,
Euckers and Tubs,
Wnh Boards.
Uutier Kimls,
Butter Firliins,
Water Keg,
Half Bushels,
Meal Seives,
s
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Pictures taken of all Kinds.
Ambrotypes, Photographs, Gem Pictures, &c. " A good assortment of Cases Frames,
Albums, Ac, constantly kept on band. Gilt and Rosewood Molding or Frames
TxintJe to order, of any size
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W. II. ANDERSON.
Plattsmouth, N. T
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Fruits,
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Building tnatf't-Hl,
' i Window G-inss,
Sah and Door?,
Painia and Oil?,
Farmer;' Utensils,
Shovels and Soades,
Forks, Hay Rakes,
Double Shovel ami
Two-horse Moline flows.
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W.L.THOMAS'
Picture Gallery.
onn SK-e Main , . - - ,1
Sk'e Main Ft ,
KLEPSER & WISE,
Dealers in
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES. .
Conf e ctioner ies,
IVotions,
Toys.
Coal Oil Lamps.
Wear- also aper.ts r the Buchanan Wool.-n
Mills, of 6t Josi-h, -Mo., an J bav now on band a
good aM,rtcitm jf
FAircr cAssJisxrs,
C LOTUS, JJXS,
FLAXJ?LS,Ac,
wMch o t ars received on commission, and ara
prepared to exchange for
' WOOL OR CASH,
at very reasonable ipures. flie na a call
one door east of the lltmLD office, Flattsmouth!
raka.
ilay lt, 1SC5. If
NEW
CABINET SHOP.
H. BOECK,
Hartag- recsatly built a new a l suit u shop on
Main St., Plattsmouth, B". T.,
Would respectfully inform the citizens or Cass and
aUoiniug couniiej that he has the facilities forxar.
Tj ing on tb j
CABINET IH.MAESS
In all its branches
IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE
1 am prepared to tnrn ont the
CHEAPEST
ar.d most durable
Of every description, ever offered ln the Territory.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
4?"Pirti(-nlnr attention paid to making and fir.
ishingCOFFlNS.
All kinds of lumber taken ln exchange for werk.
riatts aouth. April 10, 1S05.
Elastic Stitcla.
AND
LOCK STITCH
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Were awarded the 0
HIGHEST PREMIUMS
At the Stato Pairs of
New York, Illinois, Virginia,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Carolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, Iowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
Indiana, Missouri, California,
At tlie Vairs of the
American Institute, Franklin Inrlilute,
Maryland Institute, Massachusetts Me
chanics' Associalimi, I'enn. Me
chanics' Institute, St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechan
ics' Association,
And at numerous Institute and County Fairs, includ
ible al the fairs at which they were exhibited the
past three years.
First Prizes hive also been awarded thcia Ma
chines at the exhibitions cf
LONDON, PARIS, DUBLIN, UNZ, BE-
SANC6N, BAYONNE, ST. DIZIEK,
CHALONS.
And they have been furnished by special command
,p to the
Empress Trance, ?
Empress f Austria,
. Empress of Russia,
. - j I ... Enpresf ,f Jfraz!', ' '
. . ' Queeii if Spain, and
. r . Queen of Bauaia.
The G ROVER 4 It ARCH ELASTIC-STITCH SEW
IN; M AC 111 N Em are superior to all others for the
following reasons:
1. They s w direct frcra the spool", and require Ot,
rewinding of thretd.
2. Th-y are more ea.-ily understood and used, and
less liable to deranfreineut than oiber machinM.-
8. They arj capabla of executing perfec tly, with
out change ol adjustment, a much greater variety of
work other utat hiues.
4. The stitch road" by these ma'liin'e is mail,
more f.tra, elastic and durable, eHc;a,ly upon Arti
cles w inch require to be washed and Ironed , than
any other s iich
5. This stit. h, owint;toth manner In which the
undo- t rend is inwrouirlit, is much tba most plump
and beautifi.l ID u.-e, and retala. tlii jil,uropnt-a aad
lie.nilr even up.a articles frequently' washed nd
irtined until thty are worn out.
6 The structure of ll.e am is uch that, though
it be cut or hrr.ken at Intervals of only a few stitch
es it will neither oven, run or iavt-1, but remain
firm ni d':rahl".
7. L'u!!kj other machines, theso fasten both end
d the sarii by their own op' ration.
8. With thee marhines, whil siik Is used opon
tke npht or face side of the seam, cotton nay be
used I'P'ii the other side withirit lessen inn t)i
t, ej.tr ih t,r durability of the seam. 1'liia can b
dniie on no o'. her machine, and Is a i;ret saving upon
all ariic'f s stiiwhe.l r mae up w-;h nlk. ..-.
9. Th' e machines, 4n a. Ida on to tbir snperior
merits as insti utnents for stwinif, by a change ad
justnieui, esiily learned and piacticed, execute the
most beautiful and perinaueut embroidery and orna
mental wcrk.
Grover & Baker S. M. Co..
inr2: 6m 405 Broadway, Sew York.
WILLITT POTTEKGER
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
PLATTSMOUTH - NEBRASKA.
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