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? vow f'iay' HqmSU-
s"Cannot something be done to ge-
re the earlv cortiDletion of the rroner
t093in of the different 6treets in the
bus:ncJ part of the city. We know there
is a cry of poTerty; but we also know
that those crossings nre essential, and
; should be attended to nt once.
) f"IIenrj Boeck, E-q., starts east in a
few dnvs for the purpose of bringing on
I another lot of farnitare. lie proposes
' ea'rfiing bis house, and filling it full of
' the best of work. He is row keeping a
' fu'.l assortment of coffins, which has nev.
H cr before been done in this city. Boeck
i is full of enterprise.
f" The funeral services -of "Miss
Ixe-Li Klepser were performed at the
: Protestan Episcopal Church of th's city
at h i'f past 9 o'clock this morning, from
whence the remains were conveyed to
! the cemetery west of town. The order
; of (ood Toi.'ip'ars,tr which she was a
i member, attended the services in proper
regalia, and, together with a large con
course of relatives nnd friends of the
deceased, followed to her last resting
pluee one who was beloved by all who
( Tlt is really amusing to bear Mor
ten, Miller and thir followers talk
I about men being too honorable to accept
a certificate of election when they aro
justly and lpgal.'y entitled to it. When
j evtr we think of it, the Morten. Daily
contest looms up before us. Morton
was bo very honorable that he ould
march to Washington to contest the seat
i of Mr. Daily, knowing that bis only
rlahii was based upon large returns from
localities where a white man did not live.
1 It would bo "ducks" for them if they on
; lr persuade soma one to refuse a crtifi
l cite?, and thereby have the seat declared
. vacant. We guess that no one will"bite'
r.t that bait; and it may as well be haul
ed in. ...
From T!iur,di)ii't luii'.y.
Cv?"Mj. Wheeler leaTesfor the Agen
rStcamboatg land at the foot of
i CTlIon. J. W. Chapman, arrived in
this city tUis morning. Ha will return to
I Omaha in a few days.
1 Cs?"Wliat is g ";ng try be dine on the
Fourth oil-July in Pintt-meutb? 1 Cnn't
o sr patriotic citizens get up some kind of
public "doing-,?' where everybody can
enj iy tliemseivcs.
1 f v"L. Van Vleok. tha gentlemanly
rj'-nt for Johnson .t Co's Mimmotith
I Circus, was in the city this morning,
; p-.iting bills and making necessary ar
i alignments for the performance, which
' j nlil In; fjivon on 1'iiJay tho I'W ir.it.
C"T- dlenn, Eq., the lightning
ro i man. is m town nrrain, reiii7 10 tuil
. .- . "
' it" roi14 in thft ripst mnnnpr. It is unnri. I
' . , - , , ,
rssarv t.i snpiilf nf tho rPi-sif ir nr hip. I
a n i .. i "i
in? a roa unon everv house. lurn. or
5 - t. - . -
1 out-house, as cn-rvonn n -nvrirn tli.it i-i I
. ",. , 4 .
' 1 IP nn r ur. nrnrci-tmn known tn ii-ipncn I
CWc visited Weeping Water Vails
.. a shirt tiuio since, and were agreeably
, surprised at the progress that part of the
'- i i i. & r I
t i-.uuiry ..a, m;lJa .a me j.-.ew years.
Nature has done much for it, and the
t: leuiers are reaping ma ceneut. , i nere
". e c i .i t I
, ara many una i um., cj among me i.esi.
I r them we would name that on-
j . r.. ioom. it is a ocauu.u., n.TinK
j prairio wun sumcieni timocr to niase anu
- ktep up all impr )vemer.ts neecessary,
and has on it one of the finest stone quar-
, nai in the west. Stone of the best qual-
lty is abundant all along the stream, and
. we notice that mot of the farmers. aro
uiing it for building and fencing purposes
it being cheaper than lumber, and cor
tainly inacb better.
iron. FriJ.iy't liaiiy.
A child foar or five rears old was
I found recently on tbe prairie near Den
ter, suys the years.
J fWc noticed something less than a
t ftteamboat load of McCormicks - Mowers
I on Um lTe yesterday, for Tootle, Hun
j La ilCo.
CA-wagon load of Ergiish gooee-
v -i.i- - .u:
uerries were retauea in our s.reeva u.
morning at 15ct. quart. They were
ai m 1 I
aen as last as luej coum oemea.ureu.
. . . . .. . .. .
t v UroppeJ in at inomas mis
j luurum t ueio o saw auuis icn a m n.c
f city, taken by Mr. Reno, that were real-
ly beautiful. Thorna.' dallery has a
roputation for producing No 1 picture?,
which it justly deserves.
C"IIere is the opinion of Dr. Miller
regarding one of our citixens: ,4Ve had
the pleasure of a call this morning from
one of Platismouths livet men J. I.
Early, Esq. Mr. Early is a gentloman of
true grit, a worthy citizen and a Staunch
CF" Morton's truthfulness is ngain
rannifested in bhe statement that Cass
majority against State, when it is patent
to all that the mnjority was only 1 Jo; and
Ten with the vote of Kock. Bluffs would
oniy reach a little over two hundred.
0The editor of the Journal, wha nc-
CDnjpanied Col. Babcock's partv to the
-Middle Park, writes to his paper that Col.
Uabcock, who is a West Point engineer,
tn:cks there would bono uiflijulty in
a railroad through thelmontahnvrth.lt thpir are atlll remaining
T . . .
ti?inoua I'nss by mnking; a
mile in length.
HS"Som three hundred persons were
poisened recently near I'hilipsbury, New
iork by usin Cour
nrnnn.1 nr.nn alnnoi
i-e, ctTiiicj in wbi
. . , ...
icn were -bi.ea witt
lead. The fermentation and baking of
the flour transformed the lead. into enr
bonate of Nad--a icajJI.y poien..:.Mil-
lers should take warning, and use some
other material for filling cavities.
From Saturday' Daily
(?2?"The practioners of Omaha have
formed?' an- organization called the
"Omiha Medical Society."'
CsStreight is selling large quantities
of his small beer, which is taking tho
place of Lager to some extent. - -
CTiTIIons. T. M. Marquett and W. Pot
tenger loft for Omaha yesterday after
noon, -wtwrelhey go to attend tho session
of the Supreme Court.
C3?Look out for counterfeit Green
backs. . We learn there-is a bummer Of
two around town with a quatitUy of
x?"Two thousand nine hundred and
sixty acres of public domain were enter
ed at the Nebraska City Land Office yes
terday (Friday): Six hundred of which
was taken as homesteads. Nineteen out
of every twenty men coming. to Jfebriuf
ka this season ere from the eastern and
middle states, and a b'rge proportion of
them bate served io the Union Army.; v,
("Sergt. McMaken and several Co.
A" boys arrived in towo yesterday
evening, ine Sergr. reports the entire
regiment on the way to Omaha to be mus
tered out, where they will probably ai-
rive about Monday. Ilurrah.fpr. tha gal
lant First. They have served the country
nobly, and come home covered with
laurels earned on many a hard fought
field. Cannot some honor be done these
noble boroes by tlie loyal citizens of Cuss
7S?"A cold blooded murder was re
cently committed near Fort Calhoun.
Washington county, and a man by the
name of Craig has been arrested as the
supposed murderer. Three men, two
named Miller and the other unknown,
w-re standing on a raft of railroad ties,
when the leaden messenger of death was
sent from a riSe in the brush near'by.
Tracks were found in the mud at the
point from whence the hbot was fired,
which led directly to the house of the
From Monday' Vaily.
5TIIon. T. M. Marqactt and W. Pot
tenger came down from Omaha this morn,
ing, the U. S. Court having complete i
its session. , . -
jrA la'ge number of freight wagons
haVe corne in from the west during the
pat few days. We suppose they will re
load and start back ugain soon.
C"Maj. WhecLr can e back from
0;n ah a. this morning unable to get west
ward from that place on account of tlv
recent heavy rains. We learn that th?
high waters has nearly or quite destroy
ed some three tnilo of track on the Pacific
Rnilrnn.il. nml that thn rnn.il wrtt from
. .i ....
Omaha are not in the best condition
-py Gen. Livir.gs!on and E. C. Lewis
E-io., have pr jcurcd a courle of fine bird
doj;s,ard propose having some chickeus
" ' '
this fall. Our sportsmen hnve heretofore
labored under the disadvantage of bunt
;ng without dogs, bnt will now be able to
compose": with any town in Nebraska,
Look out for a "U'' of birds.
f-Wm. HeroM, under the IIf.RALO
Q ,M . recciveJ a fre.h supply
of th(J ceiebrated "Wahoo Bitters
Wahoo root is a standard cure in the
west for Ague, and the bitters are highly
reccomlncnded as a preventive as well as
cur(( (lf this and sim lur diseases.
C5Wo learn that some three hundred
wagons are on the way up frpin Leaven
Wl)rth to transport Government freight
from Omaha west. The frtighters art
Join" some tall 'cussing" because thev
could not bare the freight loaded at thin
j place, .Theyiiow have to loud at ptn;th i
recr '.s the Platte or Missouri and go Out
From this City.
1 C"Two of Sheriff C,as' child-en were
playing in an empty waon ye9'erday,
wbiuh was "standing on the hill south of
town, when the break came loose and the
wngon started down bill. It went will
great velocity some- distance, and theu
turned sideways on tho bill and upset
The childrda were bruised eomhwh.at
but fortunately not seriously injured.
f-Althongh the main .channel of the
. next" tha Nebrasks shore at
.. - t , there ar nKmber of
' J ...
8teamboatrncn who . do not appear con
i jscious ot tne taei. uur citizens no .vever
j ftre deternj.ined they ehall understand it
I and eteadlustly refuse to go to the I wtr
J iar(i;ng fjr goods or passengers. The
1 St. Joe Packet company especiullv appear
ignorant of the fast that their boats can
I land at the foot of Main street, nnd they
I aro losing a goodly number of dall trs
I by their ignorance or willfulness. Th
I Colorado refused to come up this chan
I nel on her last trip up, alth ugh she was
nifrialed bv tho asrent. E. C. Lewis, Esq.
and consequently she lost ten or twelve
passenger who were at tne lanuing reauy
From Tuemlny't Otii'y.
3?" Judge E. S. Dundy arrived in cur
I city this morning on bis way home from
I the session ol the U. S. Court in Omaha
QTVte lenrn that the Good Templars
i . .-
purpose holding a pic-nic to morrow, at
I some one of the many beautiful groves
I in tbe vicinity of our city
(rThe records oF the War Depart-
:n tho sprvirn twentr two iI:tior (joLerals
and twenty Brip. Generals. r ": -' -
CSIt is reported , in Omaha that Geo.
D. Hilton, IcoutTacror on the U. Pi R: TI."
1 hn cKnn,l j'l 1 Ol T 1 n (T h 1 S r ni ..! O t Pf S IH1
. . ... V.r,
mercaann ot tne out minus sumfiou.v.
CS?"Mr. Henry Boeck left thismorniDg
on the Lacey for the east, for the purpose
of purchasing slock foriite Furniture es
tablishoeent. He expects to be absent
about three weeks.
Cr"The Oskloosa lltrald says that the
sellers of whiskey of Marion county, at
the lat term of the .district court, were
assesed and paid fines to the school fund
to the tune of two thousand three hm
dred and eighty-Jive dollars.
, C"The Southern Jtebraskian comes to
us this: week: in folio form with a new
nea jing anu otnerwise improveu. J n
is a staunch Union paper, and should be
liberally sipported by the Union men of
the iVburnt district." - -
CZ7"A portion of the First Nebraska
Cavalry arrived in Omaha last Saturday,
preparatory to being mustered out. On
the same day the sceond detachment wus
at Shell Creek, on their way in. Still
another detachment was a few milt a in the
Tear. l- Both of thee detachments were
expected in Omahajon last evening.
C2Mr. J. F.Evans, of Council Cluff-,
had a horse stolen from him in 'Mills coun
ty, Iowa, a few days azo. One of the
nnimnl's nhoes was broken or bent, ant.
by this means, track wan found. Botb
thief and botse wene found at Clarinda:
and brought to Gienwood, where the thiel
is now ,in jail.
See advertisement of Simpson,
Sharp & Co. This is a new firm in th
City, although' the men composing it ar.
all old "residents bere and men of th"r
ough business qualifications and mora
worth. W e predict for them great sue
css, and would recommend tbem to tin
shipping and freighting publ c a men ol
undoubted integrity and reliability.
j?This community will be pleased t
learn tht Congress has made an appro
priation of $10,000 for the constructioi
of a bridge across th B:g Sioux river
Superintendent Miller now has a force ol
men upon the work, and promises to com
plete the bridge as soon as practicable
which we hive good reason to believe h
will do. S'tuix City Journal. .
C37"The Council Bluffs Daily Buglz do
parted this life last Saturday, after a brie
existence. Its proprietor announces tha
h-i shall settle up this week, and then i
the business men of that city will gu.ii
antee him sufficient advertising patron
age, its publication will be resumed, bu
he" does not anticipate such good luck
The Weekly lingle will bo continued.
f'IIorse tbeive have been il'iinn
havy business in the past three week
Within the past few days several partic
iave been ia this city trying to find sotm
lue to their lost property. Two horse-
were stolen from a pasture fiell nea
Nebraska City, seven from th juncti"r-
f tbe Plattsmouth and Nebraska On
overland routes west, and three from tb
neijih' orhood of Clear creek, north ol
Platte. So far neither theives or horse-
Ife!)". I'd runs tviite moral cl. arm
iffi art badly stainfd, ran have them
eautifully vvhite-washr'tl i.y the rrr---V'ury
of ile SlisMiuri ru t-r. Cliarle
V. Sturgrs. late Detnccra'ic cand.dc-.t"
for Secretary if State.
S!u iii Sale.
T:r v-rt'ie of an exet-'iit o ti'r.l oil t of IhP Pis-
t ict C -ii t i f t lie S'lniiil Jidiiial Kimrii t, wi'!i ii
a i l. ri i f roii.ty,and leniLiryof -Nelir i-k;i, ii
rait-e Wfie:- In iiii'iel I. .a;ic. a irl Mnion A A-l
l'l.il- ti :fi and Levi Golden is def- n-lai.t. and t m
UiieiUd, 1 have icvie'l upon arid wi t ne.l at 'bit
itietii.ti. to tn. hiuh.'-i and bc-t tuii'ler fr t-iin, i
iront "t tbe Court llnu- in I'latt-moutri. in -n
c mnty of Ca-s. on Saturd-iy. the 14t day of July
A l 1SC6. at 1 o cl ck, p in. . f mud day lhu fol-
win d?cnb'-d raal e-fate, to wit;
Nor b -easi (V) onaner wc thlr-v f.iur (34:
to-n-liii e evtii CD. ranne ielv- (I.-); also.
hallf'-2)o' ut th west nuarter (Hi) .return thirtt
f.nir (34- t.-n n-bip eleirutll). linage twelve lis ,
ea.t of lie 6 C. M.
T. n the jm.prrty of I.i vi Oiltlen to nifty -
Joiti;lil-it in iavor of Isaacs and Ah.
A. 1J. TAVLOIt.,
Elirrifi" of t'ai roontv, N T
' Ty 1'. I'. IJas, lli.uiv M:rt.tf
SltKRiri s OriicK. June ii, A. U. IsOG, I13.4v
Cabinet - Wcrlr !
II ivine onla-Bed hit t-h"P and Sab s-rootnt wou d
rriiiTttnl y r'-rmnd th people in this virli.lty that
he ran fiiruisli tlitm w th the very best rmu ture
C h i r. .- o la;r Cubii;tt-ork, at lh- mo-t n a-.'-n
ablr latei. 1 hll ke p con.taj tiy on n.-in'l a larjri
a- r-nieiiMH Eaxtein II uric and am ulo on pan-i
to mauu'a-'tu e aiiyihiiiff in ray line mi hort m.ticr.
A la.'pe a 5iv nirnt of lteai y niadr CoflinM kept at
a ttnirs. t ail and examine hit kux.it an-i i-rn-n
jelldwtO 11. IIOKCK
Not!r is he rt y irivrn that 1 mlfwll at pvbllc auc
lion, to tne hikhtM bidile fTah.Al there.idenc
Nath mirl Kiuiaon, in Malt Cretrk Prrciiiet, Ca- Co
N. T . on the thud (lid) day of July lo-xt. at one
o'clock, p. m .. one m.irr colt,.Mipp is. d to be thrte
yoais oliliind one hnt colt, uip"srd t i bt-tarn
vear old, ft ich were taken tip a eiaya by faid
K-nitoa. Fiovi. ed, ald hipbent bid shall be two-
tliiroo the appraUid value thereof
B, D WORTHING.
May 29, ow.J Juctice of the l'eace.
FA 15.11 FOR SALE.
- I will sail, on rvatontb'e terms, ICO acre of Land
with a ii o d 1a-in h. i .e on i , or wi I if lie ire. 1 by
nuri-bar.''r. prll 24i acre?, otie bun ire I and t-v uty
c.f vr ich is improved, the land i fituan-d lit E.hl
Miietirovi, in i as- contv. and is o.ie of the
t.-k farms in Nebraska, tiling vied a-atetcd and
ti m bei e-l . ' . i .'
For particulars enquire on t! r premisr of
JoHX S. TEWKaBURT.
May 43, if,
In the mutter ( the etat 1 lr"ta " Ce irt in and
of -for Oto; County, 2"ie
Benrv vtick'-tl.dV'C i!. 1 hraK ler.Uo y
- Mr t rtnoof an ndr of -n'e 10 i duct-ted in th
matt- r the e-tati of Henry Wiraett lecas-d
from tho Probate C -urt 'n and frtLeCi.untj- .f Ot e,
iu iho Territory of J.'thra-la, I til oa Monday,
tbe 2 I day f July- A. l. iMi'j. Ilwrrn the liotira
of mne"'clK-li. a m , and aix t-'cork, p. in of said
.1 . ..irr r.ir 6 at DuMiC I'lc'iin t.i the hichc.t ji.i
h,t bidJer. for .ca-t, at the C..u-t Houe dwr iii
' .r i.-h i.uc-. ,.r l.n.i ,. -,
l' t iof the nnrt!i ftiji qa-.rter of .t-tion Xo
thirty-one (81 ). l'i Townhn No. tun (!d). q. rth of
, n,!!,-,' Vltmut mu Koru :ive (45i
-m being in Casi cm r. Neurit, Ter-
I JAVES W- WOOD,
Adm'r of estate of Uenry Wicketf
Pli'.tjmoot!), June 6, 8.
Conro.! of Jinn T. Johnaon's Oret We.trn Clr-
eui and VuVle:i . Jiammuiu mm uaunr
One Immtnie. Pavillion, capable of
Holding 4.0UO 1'eople,
And will exhibit in the city of
Friday, June 23,
DOORS OPES AT AXDlJjlL
Mfessrs.' -Johnson &r Co.
Hare connected with them the Largest Trenpe of
1 AND -ATHLETIC
Eer Jfore conoli-1ated in any one Companr,ithii
n Europe or-Atuertca, coasistuig or
FOUR LADY EQUESTRIANS,
Two Highly Po p c l a r Uowiss
Mr- and Mrs. DE CASTRO
I" perform a nnt wou'erful fa. entitl-rt lh
HI L -lPrNM". Ol bLEt-flL A I'M B A IK,
lie 111 .st asloHT-hiliK f-at rvft prUirmel r,d . Iia
lien proooanc-'d by all who havn evrr witnesed the
p 'tTfriniinr an b-nnR pomt-IQ'nr or a luperoufflin
jature, both b -asiiful and pleasing..
ITIr. Joseph TinKhnm
The Great Double Somersault Turner.
MR- JAMES SMITH,
From the Roynl Amphitheatre, Lor d-.n', the in-ost
ipnlHr t'l.OW N now tiavi.- uiR ijs comic on i
ucy iaof a hie! and sea-lma'.ly tone. Mr Smith
sill introduce In lnf' t CI n, the MUal est and
V mnge t KquestnaO ! lue woria.
I'ill introiluci hit biphly trained horses
SJ'0 W STORM .VXD FRANK.
The nrrfoi mince will coraist of nearit every act
Imt h:i ever been iu.ruduci.-d in tbeaiecain Europe
r Amei ic;.
JAMES S. JOHNSON, Rusiness Mtinnger.
Mr J TINKH A w, r:qu'--trin Man.iger.
Mr VAN Vl.tL'K, Tiea-)urer.
Mr. GLOUUK C'ltAjlEll, MasWfoT tbe Ring. ,
Tbe iu1t!i cerii of tl.U istrnsi've e-tablibmpnt ake
I 'H.-ure in annoiiiicine to the pub.ic at lar.-e that
U y have eotdKed oue of tli( ftiKAt .
America, at a l;iri?f efpeose, with a view of giv.
i an . ntertaitiment worthy ol puouc paironagB.
Ad nission .75 Cen s
utldren -40 ao
L. VAX VI-ECK,-Trvebn Agent. '
Music ! Music I
RAYMOND, MIXER fr CO.,
.. iKALf as is
Piano Tortcs.Melodeons, Music and
OUXCIL BLUFFS -. ' u - IOWA
AND OMAHA, N. T.
Or-lers by mail for . Books, or anything per
iuiiiUto .ionic, i-rr f t'.y attt iidi-d to
fyOnletsfor tu.lor repafriai Piano Forte?
d ili-;iie ins in u. t-uioiith and vicinity will be
tt n I- d to ut our r li-.it r..n ni-noi"
THOU, . TDOTI-E,
T. k. nAssi,
J. R CLAHK,
roolle, Hanna & ftarfc,
UoUl Iut iioUX and Silver
tCoin, Exchange. 1J S
and other Stocks.
mJ special attention given to Collections-
PLATTSMOUTH, IT. T.
KLEi SEU Jt WISE,
Dealers in .
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil Lamp.
We are also nfrer.ts for tba Buchjnan Wooln
Mills, of St Jos- pa, Mo., and have now on haiic!
go -a ax-ortmcnt or
. CLOTHS, JJZAXS.
which we have rej3i'-d on commission, and are
prepared to ezcba.ige for .
WOOL OR CASH,
at ver r.-awn:iH- izn--e. U Give ns a -all
one lioor east of the HtaAt-D office, Plausuii-.th
nenra ka. -
May iti, 18S. tf
Caciicriil ucal ic ii
I'LATTSMOUTJL , -
The Enc:-h 'i rtraeii; unil .rthenoperlnteniince
of Mr Shrl iclc. -te Ias.eetoror t-ntiic ocnoc. in
The Masiul department i condacu-J by Mr. 'her-
IiK:k, i.nuil of celebrated mme in f.ng!i-a.
Ill- e ur- ot in-li i.c ioi ineluie- in-? va.-ious
Vmiichos un It Unirht in tlr-i t-ia chO"l8, 1 i
ivee uic ny dou ile and a uti.e y, Freuch J' isle,
(funn For'e, Ouiiar ai -l fiufinit.) c. Tlie ierni
ci.m:r.ei.re5frwcn tho entrance litepujjU; patiiiettl
ir aad Mrs. Sherlnrl: returB thmk for tlie Ub-r
a ui-poi l iner ae rc. ivnl, and hill ty un-.mil
Utiij atten ina to their pupil. cnivor tumrit ui
uctiouauce. Tbers r only Tacancie for .a few
lure ropi!. Janl?8m
Simpson, Sharp ,fe Co.,;
Receiving, Forwarding andCommission jMercIiaiil?
Dealers ia FAXCY AXD STAPLE GROCERIES, PRODUCE,
PROVISIONS, : STiLOVlS FIaOUR,, doors, 'sasi:
WIXDOW-DLIXDS, GLASS, PIXE LUMBER, SIIIXGLES,
-, LATH, PICKETS, ETC., ETC:
A'-, Agents for the celebrated
SEYMOUR'S NEW YORK
Quaker Bovr and
. ; . , '
M ioHisan Wagons; dbC.
Ye invite all to Call and See
A31ISON, DOVEY & CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have on hand the LARGEST STOCK of
. . (i.UE ENS WARE, 1 1 A IlDWA RE, '
BOOTS, SHOES.. CLOTHING, &C,
Ever Offered in this Market.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
En lact, everytiuns tne rarraer,
Thankful for j)ast Patronage, we
iness to merit a continnance of the same.
Call and examine our stock.
PlaUtsmouthrApril 10, ISfi if. ""; ' . . . - -
1T r-ceived, 50 caeo o JCanned Foac e it
A.JrSON. lioVtY 4 ''3.
i O to AMIrON , DO VfcY CO'S to our
a so jour
N ei:dles variety o f La
A 0 4 CO'.
CAsKS Moltby'a Cove Oysters for s.ilo at
A. i) St CO'S.
1 1. Ltiiii. iu Lucie ' lrfGoodat
A. K. i CO'S.
I 'OR SALE at AMlsOS. DoVKV ft CO'S, sCoffee
V T . fc-uenr. tioldi-n Syiup, Sugar lloa Mo-e
Usie?, NtW York Caudi.8, etc , etc.
large lot cfChtWingacd SmokiiigTubicco or
it sale a I
OIL or sale by
A. D. & CO.
l D )XES ii ar Candles for ale by
A, D A CO
I ryoa want tb arcbaee k-oods at a barrain.ro to
I ' ' A l. A CO
O" liAOS COFFEr just received by
Ml " ' - V. . .
L:irge lot of Choice Tea at
A. D. A CO'S.
mrmiE um$ urn mmE..
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet
AND STAMPED WARE.
- -- - We keep constantly on hand Emigrants nnd Freighters'
OUTFITT IIST Gr Gh O O JD S
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans. Skillets and Lid?, Ovens,
Camp Kettles, i:c. We also keep Chain Pumps and
Fixtures, Hydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, CoIIee 31 n1" &.c.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice, witli
; neatness and despatch. Are agents for the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give us a cal' we will not be undersold Main St., South Side, between
Second and Third Street,
a m m
MOWER Al.'D FEAPER,
' s . - ....... .
us3 and Examine our Stock.
. . i
Simpson, Sharp & Co.
Jieciiamc, rremtiter or L.mi
CORN, OATS, &C.
hope by strict attention to bus
VLargv assortment of men's and boys elothiii
furaleby A. D. & CO
RBELLED CORN forsaleby
A D. A CO.
ACOX and Lard for sale by
A. D. k CO.
VllEATV INVOICE of all ainils of Family Gro
ceries and Outfit: n Good j us I ere ve d bv
VLL kinds of Fai ming Implements for rale iv
A. D. A CO.
VLargv ot of Two Horse Plows for sale bv
A O. &. CO.
VN endless variety of Hardware and Cutlery f
Doors, Shingles, Glass, and Nai's of ever)
desnriiition for sale by
A. n. A CO.
I.L kimls of Coantiy Proouce taken in exrhanRi
a. for guods bv A . D. A CO.
euumerare all the aitii les we have for salt
1 would fill one sidof th- Hkbaui, and other
hare as good a right to advertise ns
AMI-OX, DOVEY & CO.
'Wllb. largest Outfittinir Mou-a north of St. JosetN
1- it AMINOS. DOVI.T fO'st.,
. . Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Iron, Brass, Japaucd
HATS Zl CAPS.
Boots & Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, etc.
J Gie me a call. I propose jjoingeasl
in a short time to purchase gooda, and
will sell off my present atock at
Extremely Low .Figures.
Remember the place. One doer WEST
of the Herald effice,
EXCITEMENT ! !
lla moved into hi new brick h-tililing on the eon
nerof Main street and Levee, wheie he Is taily re-
eiviiit; large auuiiun lo nia already extenaiT
lock ot ... -
a R O C E R I B S
He offer tha very best of barpa'nsto etiafomfr", '
and requests a rail fr in those who want anyihing- In
his line 1 1 teol tne aavaniages in prices wnn.iiwrt
BR ICK CORNER
md pre him a call If yon wish to buy cheap.
G rover & linker's
Were awarded the
" " At the State Fairs of
New York, Illinois, Virginia,
New Jersey, Michigan, IM. Carolina,
Vermont. Wisconsin, lennegsee,
Pennsylvania, Iowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oregon,
Indiana, .Missouri, Cilifornia,
At tbe Fain r.f the
merican Institute, Franklin Institute f
Maryland Institute, Massachusetts Me
chanics' Association, Penn. Me
chanies' Institute, St. Louis
Agricultural and Median
And at numerous Institute and Connty Fairs, fnelud.
ioc all the Fairs at wli.cn they were exhibited the
cast tli. re rears
First Prizes hive also been awarded tliese Ma
chines at the exhibitions of
LONDON, PARIS. DUBLIN, LINZ, BE-
SANCON. BAYONNE, ST. UIZIEU,
And they have been furnlh'-d by special command
. . to th
E?npress of France,
Empress of . A Hytrin,
Empress of Russia,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen f Spain, and
Queen rf Hat-a-i't.
The GR0VE1 Jfc BAKEIl ELA-TIC-S-1 ITC II SEW
ING MACHINES are superior to all others fjt thn
lollow iDg reas ns :
1 They -t-w direct from the spool, and reqalie n
rewindins; of thread.
2 They are more easily untlerstnr.d and ued, and
les- li i"e to derant-enient than other machines.
8. They are capable of execu'ing perfectly, with -ont
chance of adjustment, a much greater vaiiety of
KOrk ttmn other machines.
4. The stitch made by these roachln"s Is mnch
more fi-m, elastic and durable, enna.ly upon aitt
cl.-s which reqniie lo be washed t.ad Ironed, than
any other jirh
6. 'I bis stitch, owini; to the manner in which the
at ite t rend is inwrought, is much the m8t plum p
and beautiful in ue, au! retain, tlrs piampiie-s and
beautv even upon articles frequently waihed and
ironed until they are wrn ont.
6 The structure of the seam is sich that, though
It he cut or broken at intervals of only a frvr slut tie-Sit
will neither ooen, run or tavtl, but remains
firm and durable.
7. t"ulik other mchine, these fasten both ends
of th sam by their own operation.
8. W irb. thee mfhlnes, whiH silk Is oed npoa
the right or fare side ot the ain, cotton may he
used upon the other side without les-enmK tha
stiength it durability of tlie seam. This can be
done on no other machine, and is a great saving upoa
all articles stitched or ma e up with silic.
9. Th-se machines, in additoa to their superior
merits as tn-tiumems for s. wicg, by a change of ad.
jcntnient. easily learned and piacticed, execut tha
cost beautiful and permanent emtrofdery and orna
Grover & Eaker S M. Co..
mr21 Cm 4j3 Broad-iray, Stw Tori.
The nri'lersiea'-d hsving ptircha.l 'he establish
ment formerly oned ty M. B. ,ti;rphy, is prepared
Ui acCMnnioHata customer wiih arythio in tbe lin.
su h a It P."t K$4, SADDLE. Bit ill LE-, CD LI. Aft-,
Wii;i S SfL'113, and everyihliig else that may tt
Jj" Kepairicg don on si-jrt notice, and at ft
AprttwJ ti f. CCTRTRfJHf .
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