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She Ubru$ka tcvalil.
LOOA L NEWS-
F, nn Ylntmlay't Dtxi'ij.
C7"Butter is verjr scare ia the mar
kl j'ltt now. C'ta't our farmer lrini
in it lew poun j?
Oar townsman, Jiicob Vallery,
-., "(old about .'f'i JO worth of flour to a
Mormon outfit," jesterJuy.
f"3?e nJTrtiiera"nt of Graves &
Mon:;')ioerj, If you want a good arti-
e'a of tob;icej or cigars, call on them
i7J. M. Cfirothera'name i up as local
e li;or of the Gulden Agr, vice Dr. AJonin,
hi h i gone to the land cf saints latter
Ct?"J. S. Iligbee, the "auction man,"
arrive. I yesterJ ly from the west, h-re
he h ii ieen selling goods to the 'ril-
CV-'I'ij. Utlcoaihe, the energetic pro
pile or of the Omaha Rrpublican, ha at
Inched a hook bindory to his tatubiUh
wont the first in Nebraska.
JiT'Tii j brick vi rk on Amison A Do
rev' new business house i nbout coai
j!tej. Tlii will le one of the largest,
if nijt the largt, r mines room on the
JJi-S'otwithMtHnding the dull tim-i,
Iciitdir Mill piM on. Carpenter! are
erijjied in framing timbers and othor-
wii prt'paring to erect a new house one
djor west of the Pout Office.
J"Sr. Fiertj, it Thomas' Gallery, se
cured a first, rate negative of Bayard
Taylor while that g"nt!eraan was in th
city, a limited number of copies from
which can be had by applying goon.
2?"- ?nt!em-in who passed through
Cariton, Carrol county, Iowa, on hi way
from Illinois to .Nebraska, with twenty or
thirty head of stock, about the 10th of last
May, and at that place had a convcrsa.
tion about trading an animal for a watch,
can learn omething t j his advantne, hj
ml lrf "sing 1 uhlisheri Journal, Sioux,
City low i,
Fr'tii n.utt1,iy't I iiily.
Cl?'ill the lui.k.v"' chap gratify his
1 enian brothers by telling theni whether
r nut he cndur.'es their Chiongo resolution-'-'
The stc.uner Denver on her last
trip tip, made tho run from St. Joseph to
Omaha in 41 hours. Pretty good time for
tha M.gouii rier.
'rvThe i;, j:u,',lr in snvs last evening
when in. Can, uh-uCk force of track lay
irn 'j i t their w rk for tin; day, they bud
tho ir rt rail i.iid to within 1)6 2'J miles of
Kearney. Oue ia i.:a more and the iron
horie will certainly be in Kearney.
STThe Omaha lb uU is out in de
r.UTiciution of our m.-trtvreil President
charging that ho made .McClellan '-the
Tiorim of outrage and wrong, and tried
to cru-h him because he was Lis rival for
the Prr-si.leruy." If .Mr. Lincoln tried to
crush McCiellan becau-e he vru his "ri
val" for tho Pre.-ideiicy, we would ask
the 1 rt,i who "crushed'' and mur lertd
y.r. Lincoln because McCiollaa was not
CiOuT townsman, Patrick Murphy,
I'.-'l; camo down on the Willie ll.igers
in J iy, direct from I t. Benton. Mr.
Murpny went from here to Denver last
earing with a large train, thence to Sail
Lake, thiMice to Virginia Cty, and from
there to Ft. Benton, and then down the
Missouri to this city. We nre not in
formed as t whether he '-made it pay,"
but presume b- d;d, as he has an "eje
to business." He reports thii.gs rather
dull in the mountains. -
Froii Ft iiitif't lutiiy.
-?"Vork on the Episcopal Church ed
ifice in progressing rapidly.
51he Jacob Sa?s tjok on board an
otaer lot of corn at our levee this morning.
CySeo new adv. of Dr. MeCluskey.
Dentist, Call on Lim and get yourUeih
fixed, or nufTtr.
QTrtt have on hand and for sale a
superior lot of blanks, including Deeds,
Mortgage, Justice Blanks, A.c.
i?"larcel Sous, or Hank. Straight,
can cjoI you oil' tins hot weather with a
dish of as n:ce ice cream aa was ever ate
by mortal man. Go and try it.
rhc mercury re;u:hed lOOytster
day, and will probably reach nearly tto
saiue iiguie to day. A little too hot to
expect any one to look t:p interasting
items for publication.
C3TUead the letter "to a rebel son'
in to-d-ys paper. Especially do we
reccom-uend it perusai ta those who
urged oa the rebels in their murderous
work during the war, and now are loud
mouthed in claiming seats for those
same rebels upon the jury that Is to de
cide upon their case.
t"lhe Omahw lltjullican says: "'We
ldarn from a private dispatch from
Washington, that the nomination of our
friend Geo. S. Smith, as Postmaster at
tas place, has been confirmed by the Sen
ate. We heartily congratulate George
upon his personal good fortune, and the
c.ramunity upon having an honest,
jra:np; and obliging Postmas'er.
C3TFhe "apology" of the man who
was so ungentlemanly as to call us haid
names in print, is acepteJ. We have
hopes that he will yet le trn something of
customs and courtesy among gentlemen
if he lives long enough. Tho aforesaid
"apology"is as ample as wo could cx
pect from one so incompetent (by rea
son of former associations) to uuder
etnnd that such language is not in com
won nse ex;er.t in certain classes of
ffiTU is stated by the Glenwood Opin
to; tnai aDout tne nrs: or August a daily
line oi wni uo pm on Detween that
oity and the terminus of the B. l M. R.
Rvlroad, thus mr.king a continuous daily
line between this city and Chicago
C17"The slick headed, smooth tongued,
oily-skinned, rebel-loving Dr. (not sulli
ciently versfd in medicine, however, to
effect a cure in his own household the
Il-rall office) is greatly offended because
we made mention of tne fact that Jacob
Vallery, Eq., had sold $800 worth of
flour to the Morn ons, and eays: "Mr.
Mvlery probably 'eels under many obli
gation to the Herald and its conftder
ates for daring to mention his name in
that delectable sheet." For the infor
ma'ion of the man who assumes to take
charge of, and dictate in regard to, local
affairs in this locality, we would eay
that we do not presume Mr. Vallery cares
a very great deal, one way or the othr,
wheth ir his name appears ia tho Herald
or cot; and we hall not go to Omaha to
consult the learned Dr. in regard to
whether we shall use it. We would fur
ther 8 ay that, although differing widely
in policies, Mr- Vallery, we have every
reason to believe, is a strong pi-reooal
friend of ours, and no efforts of the
"muddled" editor of the Omaha i braid
can in the least affect that friendship.
(PWe have been asked several times,
of late, why it is that Morton and Miller
hve such an intense hatred of Gen.
Livingston. Our answer to this is that
their hatred is the easie.t thing account,
ed for in the vorld. It is because he has
been engagaed in killing their "friends"
for the last four or five years, and he has
done it with a will. They dislike him
especially bee mse he thinks treason is a
erime and believed he was doing God and
his countjy a service in assisting to pat
down the rabellion. It is perfectly nat.
ural that they should attack him when
every opportunity pro.-ents itself, just
the same as they do all soldiers of the
Uuion army. We defy any man to show
where they have mado an attack on an
ex-confedei ate in Nebraska, althougti
the state is full of them. No; tbey turn
their whole battery of abuse and vilifi
cation upon men who served in the I'nim
army; and the greater service they ren.
dered the country, and the greater desire
to crush the rebellion, just that much
greater will be their hatred. Were Gen.
Livingston a politician, they might
trump up some excuse other then the
real reason for thair antipathy; but he
never was a candidate for cfEce that we
are aware of, and has only taken the same
interest in party politics that every sol
d:or of the Union feels it his duty to takr.
Yet those men who believe Jeff Davis to
be ; 'socially, morally and politically the
sur?r:or of Aba Lijcoln," never let an
opportunity pass unimproved to give
Lima "dig." Their reasons are obvi
ous, and the people understand them.
Fivui JtlvmLiy't Lti My.
3Mrtj. D. 11. Wheeler arrived in
the city Saturday evening, direct from
the Pawnee Agency.
(TTThe river has been falling grad
ually for the past week; but tho channel,
eontrary to the expectations of many of
our people, continues on our (tide of tho
bar. Long may it wave.
?"T. B. Glenn is in th? city with a
few of those excelK-nt pumps, and a small
quantity of that superior star-fluted
lightning rod. Now is your tiaio to get
either or both of these articles. Don't
wait until your house is shattered by
lightning and your child falls into the
well, but prjaure these necessaries of
eery well-regulated household immedi
ately. I5?"John E. Beatty, Esq., calleJ on us
to day, and informs us that harvoHting
is about completed in his neighborhood,
and that crops were never better. Mr.
Betty is one of our most thorough farm
ers, and a sound Ilepublican. He sajs
they bave finished their harvest, and are
now prepared to wind up the copperhead
ticket this fall by giving a larger Repub
lican majority than was ever before
given in Ciiss county Morton's asser
tions to the contrary notwithstanding.
CJTLast week Mr. Campbell, of the
lower Weeping Water, brought su.t
aga:nst the Mormon agent at Wyoming
for trespass and damages, basing his
claim upon the fact that said agent, or
his employees, had herded their cattle
upon unenclosed meadnv land belonging
to the said Campbell, and also inside of
his enclosure. The suit was brought be
fore Justice O'Xeil, of this city, who
gave judgement in f aver of plaintij. It
was held that defendant had no right to
herd cattle upon the unenclosed land of
plaintiff, and was liable for damage to
the crop and land. That while the law
allows cattle, horses, etc., to run at
large, and feed upon unenclosed land
anywhere, without the owner of the stock
being liable for damages except where
they break through a lawful enclosure,
it dots not allow the owner or agent to
drive stock upon another person's land
and herd them there. Should this de
cision be sustained, it will eettle a vexed
question, and one of great interest and
importance in this country.
t'm Txicmlity'a Daily.
5?IIarper tor August has been re
ceived, and, as usual, is filled with good
things. Wise has them for sale.
7"We larn tint Messrs. Faris A
Bloss have commenced the manufacture
cf Soda Pop a Nebraska City It Is
rather a nice drink during this warm
weather, and we would be pleased to see!
''heir trade extend to this city.
s&ir. l.einhackel ha been improving
- hi house on Second street by raising tLe
roof and making a full story of the "on
. Ci?"IIarveting throughout this conn
ty is nearly completed, and a better crop
was never known in Nebraska. All we
want now ia low freights, and our farm
ers will be perfectly satisfied
C3TF. M. Dorrington, Esq., is making
eztensivs improvements at his residence
in the south part of town, such as level
ing the hill,.; putting a basement under
his house, building a portico, digging a
will, eot. Fred is a "live" man, and
likes to have things in "apple pie order "
C"Last winter Gen. Heath was abus
ing th9 copperheads soundly they hav
ing prevented him taking his seat
in the Legislature to which he was justly
entitled. Now thsy appear to "pull to
gether" pretty well. Who has charged
Heath or the Cops?
5f"The Omaha 'Ilepublican says: We
are informed that the attempt to organ,
ize a Johnson Club at Ft. Kearney was
on entire failure. The name of M. II.
Sydenham, Post Master, was attached to
the call without his consent as has been
the case in many instances in this Terri
tory, but he refused, as others have, to
havo anything to do with tho affair as
he proposes to stand by the Union saving
party the National Republican party.
(TiT-See card of Samuel Maxwoll, At
torney nt Law aud Solicitor in Chnncery.
Mr. Maxwell is too well known in Nebras
ka as a man of energy and ability to re
quire any particular mention further
than that he has resumed the practice of
law in tnis locality. He lias represented
tbiu county in the Territorial Legislature
for several years in succession, and has
invarib!y acquitcd himself with dis
tinction. We predict for him as great
success in tho practice of law as in law
MARRIED- On the lGth, TnVt.r a't
Wyandotte City, Kansas, Mr. I. II. Bado
er and Mins Irens Campbell, both form.j
erly of this city.
We understand the happy couple start
ed immediately for Canada where they
will pass the honey-moon..
5?"In going for or ordering goods,
the grr at question to be solved is where
they can be had so as to enablo the pur
chaser to make the greatest profit If
they can ba had ne ir home for about the
same money that would have to be raid
at a greater distance, it is certainly an
inducement. Let our dealers in iJroce
ries, Liquors, e.c, reason upon this sub.
je ct, and when they want anything in the
line, go to Westheimer F.ppstein, in
St. Joseph, nnrt we doubt no; thev can
make it more profitable than to send or go
furtl er east. j-261tn-
AT lOllNEY AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery.
Sj-omce till ISth :f Uaceiiibw, at resMwict; 2 'X
mijs sou. h-west ifi.-.va. .iul3i)
A(Itziiniti aior's .Sale,
In dm ten relative to the estate of W. 11. Tiiylor,
B virtue m! in pursuance T an order to me di
rected In th' Hhnve ce, as the a-'niinistrntor of tb
oa'd e tate o' Vm. H. Tnl , lfCea-;d, iu tin; "ro
bute ourt sitting in and fur-otoe county, 2'ebraka
TVri it- ry, which said orjcr hi a-a daf on the i'h
dav of J une, A. D lrfifi, I ill on Saturday th IHih
d i.v of August, A. 1). h' twien the h"Ursor !
o'clock a in and 6 o'clock p ui, of fai I d ij, ofler f r
a'e at public auction to the hichext tnd test bidder
nt the "flice of the Probiite Judse iu Platt.xniouth,
ti county. i' ura-Ka territory, the roliuw;tig i!e
tciibed p uiie, tu-wit :
Lot 11 in block number as Lot 9 in block no. 53
1- ' 4"J ' 7 " "
2 ' " 21 " 4 ' " V-S
" 6 " 42 "12 " " 40
I.yincand belnp in Plattsmonih, Ctf cenuty, Xt-
hra-ka Territory; also.
11 e w hi of f w qr of fee. 27, township 10, range 12
' nhfcf aeqrof 25 " 12 " do
" I eqror w qr of ' 34 " 10 ' do
' a e qr of n e qr f " 17 " do " la
" w qr of D e qr . f " 29 " no " du
" e qr of n e qr of 18 ' 12 " do
' ehfofneqrof " :(5 " 11 ' 12
"ehfcf aeqrof " do do do
Al.-o, 14 arre s off south end of w hf of n e qr of
pction IS , township 10, ranft 14.
Lvin and being- in Phcs couuty, VebiatdcaTerritory.
Dated July Sth, IStlfi Pla'Umnutt, N.T.
C. W. bKVMOLI!, Ariiuiniitrator
of the estate of W'm. H. Taj lor, deceased,
au $1 3w
Charles F. Catlln 1
r V To Raimond, Minor St Co.
Kaimond, Minor & Co.
You are faerel'y notified that an attachment was
iued by nie in favor of the above plaintiff and
arainst ;he above named dotendantH, tor the sum of
f ',6.35 dolla'S, and trial et for We'lnesday, th-? 15ih
day ot Anirust, lStj, at 10 o'clock 4 m of said day,
at which tim. judgement will be rendered apain-t
you ir you do uot appear and show cans- to the con
trary. J A M KS O'i KILL,
Ju-ticeo the Peace.
PlattamcTith, July the 6th, A. D. 1S6. 4w
William Kroi p. Guardian of the minor children of
Henry and Sophia Eropp, dee'd,
The next of kin, and a 1 whom it may concern:
You are heroby Informed 'hat .n the 3d day of
July. a. u. oOO, sal.l Uuanlian (t It '1 hl petition ill
the I'robnte Cou.t of Cas county, N. T , the object
id prayer cf t.aid p'tftion is t obtain an older
from aid Court fcr the sal of Ihe lolh.wiiitf Ri al
-lote, to wit The northn&t quarter of section (7)
"rii, in towrkhip So (10) ten. north of range No.
(13) thirteen, eM of the aixth r. At. in Cajg county,
N T.; the Court will bear aaid p-ilion on tbe 4th
day of Angust, A. 1. 1H66. at which time all person
interetel can appear and f how eauK w by i-aid pray
er phonld not be granted, if any they have.
Oiveo under my hand thi' 3d cay nf July, A. D.
ltf J W. MAKSIlAl.l.,
jyll w Probate Judge.
If joo want Patent Medicines at old prices gn to
BLACK, BCTltRY t CO.'S.
For SaJe .
The HORSE POWER tor a ThresMnR Machlr.c,
with or without the S-jarator. A nrst-rate p-.wer,
and in Rood orde.-. Itw .U he .old l.w. tnqaire f
Jylltf A. L. CHILD, Olinda:, Neb.
DR. M H. M'CLUSKEY
Haj jot received a cbo.ee stink of Teeth, a Vnl
cai ite, u--d aa a base for Artificial Teeth. All work
xecuted in a superior niai i;er and warranted to
give aatlaction- AoyperM.n want ittg tee h repair
d or art'licial teeth in-erted vould du well to call
oon, ' the IJr, ia now prepared to do all kind of
mechanical dentistry. Call and examine his stock.
Moderate terms, ea.h charpe. jy26 dAwtf
go"d two tory tric store buiidioy 22Jhy60feet
witt eool cellar; for furthei partiiulars inquire of the
lUKKlQ OA.KU OF .-CH0IOL DlaBCTOKd
National Claim Agency.
F. M. DORRINGTON,
PLATTSMOUTH, . . NEBRASKA,
U prepared to present and prosecute claims before
Congress, Court of Claims aud the Uept .uiirnu. Pa
UrUts, i'euioc Bout.l es, ani Bounty Lands -
cuted. t:0Charsi noUcrat . iul in prooortioti to
j the amiunt of the cUim, F. M. D0R81NGI0.V.
Graves & Montgomery
tSoulh iiJe of JIain street, one door e5 of
Duke & Co.'s Tin .Sore,
FLATTSMOUTH, n. t.
W keep constantly on bani a good asrtment of
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
3-GlVE CS A CALL
way hifDgt out.
The latch-string al
WOOLWORTII & CO,
SA LYT JOSEPH, .IO.,
Wehave removed la the buiidins formerly occu-
pie I y Dr Duueljn, on the north M1e of Main St.,
where we are prepared to supply our patrons with
the best quality ot
All of which we will deliver at their honors at such
prices that it will tie to tbeir Uteest to purchase of
us. We will w the bet quality of Flour to be had
in this market. Our motto is
"LARGE SALES AXD SHALL PROFITS'
and e hope by a large iocrrai-e of bnsiiiey to be able
to sell eo very cheap that no one can atlortl to bake
We will continue ta supply Ire Cream by the dish,
qnait or KulloM.
J. FA li CEL A SONS.
Lewis, DiU'Mn & Cos
THE GREATEST LABORS A YIXG XAClJiyB
jy EXIST E-VCE !
Warranted to take up and load hay as left by the
Mower, wdltout Halting, Ci ckMiK or I'itrhtng. Also
to load lirain. Flax. K.C , wilhnut the labor of Bind
ing and Shot ki , thus a v inf at the present ptics
ot latMir tiooi 17 to ?n iioiiart, er djy. frice tT Ala
ciiic nt Iowa City, (l 10
The K ght fir Ca1- omty Is for sala.
Add'eos, J. X. WISE, En , I'latUraonth, Xi brafka
FAI5.TI FOES SAL.I3.
I ill sell, on reasonable terms, 160 acre of Land,
with a i-'o- d farm hoiihe on i., or m i:l ir do ire.i by a
purchaser. Bell z4tl Hcres, one hunoro-i and aev. nly
of wi-ich is inproved. Ihe land ia situated at Eight
.Mile Grove, in fi- ronrty, and is one of the test
( ck farms ia Nebraska, being well watered and
For particulars enquire cn tl.e premises of
Jllll-N S. ItWKiBCKT
May SM, if,
Vt in. tiiflelinianu & Co.,
One door west cf Donelans Drug-store,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
JAT.. CAPS. SOOTS SHOES,
and a general mock of
For Ihe Pl.iinx; also, a large lot of
RUBBER CLOTH IjYG. REVOLV
ERS AXD JVOTIOXS.
We bought low and will sell cheap for cash. Call
and examiuc our btock before you buy any where else.
jyl '6'j Wm. S1ADELMANA' & CO.
The undersigned havinx purchased he establish
nirtu formerly ok net by M. U Murphs-, Is prepared
to accommodate ctihtomer with anything in the line.
such asUAKNK55,tiAOULtS, liKIIH.LH. CULI.AK
Willi's Sri' US, and evirthiiig el.-e that may he
call' d for.
VXjT Repairing done on bhort cotice, and at re
ac n;tble rates.
Aprl6:w O 8 COURTRtOIIT.
WATC?MAKER and JEWELER,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA
A food assortment of Wat .Clo-i- Peas
J wetry. Silver Ware, Fane Goo. a Violins and Vi
olin Trimmines always n hand. All work com
mitted to his care will be warranted.
April 10, tetij.
L. C. Huntington & Co.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Leather and Findings,
West end Pioneer Block, Farnham fif.,
Would call attention of manufacturer and dealers
to their large and complete assortment, consisting of
every article need u to the
Shoemaker and ITarnessmaker.
Tliv would call the especial attention of owners
of mills to their large stock of
.TIa chine Stitched leather
Of all site. .....
CASH PAID FOR
HIDES, WOOL AND FTJES.
DVELLI.XfiS at all prices.
Any person w i-hine to purchase Fai m-property. or
esidecce iu town, w ill Bud thtm for sale at al
F. M. DOr.niXiJTON
ma " Ktai E.-iats Att.tr.
k. a. cRAvrs,
Coumir 3Iain and Thiud
OUTFITTING CLOTHING HOUSE
IN THE WEST!
Genu' Furnishing Goods.
Also a large lot of
Of a'l descriptions always on hand.
S Call and examine
Plattsmouth, April 10th, 18G6.
Simpson, Sharp ife Co.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
Dealer in FANCY AXD STAPLE GROCERIES, PRODUCE,
PROVISIONS, ST. LOUIS
W1SDOW-BLIXDS, GLASS, PINE LUMBER, SHINGLES,
LATH, PICKETS, ETC., ETC.
AUo, Agents for the celebrated
SEYMOUR'S NEW YORK MOWER AND REAPER,
Quaker Boy and Wood's Mowers,
IVE icliisan Wagons; cfcO.
We invite all to Call and See
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines aud Oils,
. . . . y ' - ' : :
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Bfiedicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
" - t
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Black
Piattsmomb, May 1st, 1S65, tf
Stueets, Plattsmouth, N. T.
Trunks, Valises, dec-, fcc
my extensive stock at the
FLOUR, DOORS, SASH,
us, and Examine our Stock.
Simpson, Sharp & Co.
i. . :uoror
complete. Warranted Genu
CJroTcr &. Raker's
V'V lv J iir.. .-:J,'Jr
yCjccy "vl'lrJ- f"F
LOCK STITCH '
Were awarded the
At ths State Fairs of
New York, Illinois, Virriniti,
New Jersey, Michigan, N. Cnrolina,
Vermont, Wisconsin, Tennessee,
Pennsylvania, Iowa, Alabama,
Ohio, Kentucky, Oreon,
Indiana, Missouri, California,
At tbe Fairs of tbe
American Institute, Franklin Institute.
Maryland Institute, Massachusetts Me'
chanics' Association, I'enn. Me
chanics' Institute, St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechan
And at numerous Institute and County Fairs, lnr'nl
ioxalltbe fairs at which they were exhibited tb
tat three years
First Prizes haTe also been awarded thiSo Ma
chines at the exhibitions of
LONDON, PARIS, DUBLIN, LINZ. BE-
SANCON, BAYONNE, ST. DIZIER,
And they have bien furni'-hed by special comumd
Empress of France,
impress of Austria,
Empress of Rus a,
Empress of Brazil,
Queen f Spain, and
Quren of Baca-ia.
The GROVER & BAKER ELASTIC-STITCH SKW-
1NG M ACHIN ES are supertcr to all others for ths
following reasons :
1. They rw direct from the spool, and require is i
rewinding ot thrend.
2. Tory are more easily understood and used, and :
Ifs linb.'e to dt-ranpement than other macliines.
8. They are chimIiIi' of cxeru'ing perfectly, with
out chmt'e of ailjuttnent, a much greater vaiiviy of
worn man other uiwiunt-.
4. The stitch made ty these machin"s is much
more linn, elastic and durable, especially upon aiti
cies which require to be washed aud Ironed, than
any other s'ttch
5. This stitch, owing to the manner in which the
unde' t read is inwrouitht. is much the most plum
aud beautiful in use, aud ret iin- thin plurapnex and
beauty even upon articles frequently wa-hed and
ironed until they are worn out.
6. The structure of the seam is such th;it. tliouirh
it be cut or brokeu at interval of only a few stitch
es it will neither ooeu. run or ravel, tut remain
flrro and durable.
- Unlike other machines, these tauten Loth ends
of the soani by their own operation.
8. With these machines, whil silk Is used upoa
the right or face side of the seam, cotton may l e
'red upon the other side without leiiseuiuK lift
strength or durability ot the si-am. This ran bo '
done on no other machine, and is a f?ret sa-ving up.ii
an articles stitcneu or ma le up Willi sim.
9. These machines, in additon to tl'ir superior
merits as instruments for sewing, by a change of ad
justment, easily learned and p lactici d, execuf Ihe
most beautiful and permanent embroidery aud orua
Grover & Baker S. M. Co..
mr2l 6iu i'Jb Broadway, New York.
TltOit. E. TOOTLE,
T. K. HANS1, j. B CI..tItB
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Cold Dust Gold ami Silver
Coin, Exchange. U
and other Mocks
and special attention given to Collections
PliATTSMOUTH, N. T.
EXCITEMENT ! !
Has moved into his n!w brick bidding on the cor
ner of Main atreet and Levee, wheie he is tally re-ceivma-
large additions to his already cxt nsive
stock of '
He offers the yery best of bargains to customers,'
and requests a call from those who want anything iu
bis line ta test the advantage in uricti with luuae
ef others. ; '
and give him a call if yon wish to buy cheap.
FARM AND TIMBER LAND . '
I have one the best farms in N-l.r.v -i. . j
body of timber and a nuautitr of ur.ininrnved nr,;.'
rie land, whic i I offer sal;. Th-re are good ira
provemtfats, w ater, rock and timber on Ihe place,
and It is a desirable stock farm For further par
G. W, COLTIX,
Aprl6w6m. Plattsmouth, X. T. ;
Go to Elack, Buttery & Co.'i for your Lard Oil
Boot & Shoe Shop,
The subrriher would renectfutlv e1T ft.
tion ef the citizens of FUttsmooth and thepablts) at
arge to the tact that he has located ote lHr eaatof
Dooehin's Dru 8tore, where he i
on hand and mtkirg oil the shorten m tice. eve y
article in his iine. His stock being solecurd by him
self, and having spent the most of bts life in the
business, he fn.s confident that he can giro satisfy
tion. Give him a call.
April 10 5. J. TIIOCKMORT0N.
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