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From Wednttday' Vai'y.
gPotatoei nre selling r.t $1.25 per
bushel. Tbe crop will be short this sea
son, although- sufficient to sorpij the
homo market. - -
5TThrough tho eflorts'of Capf; Mr
shall Cw by tho wj. has not yet been
callsd upon to deliver up the P. O.)
wa are receiving the eastern mail via.
Nebraska City one day earlier than here
tofore via. Glenwood.
(J5rJt appears from a correspondence
of the Owabv lltyuLlican which wo pub
lish to-cUj, that none of the tribes of In
dians that entered into the late treaty
were engaged in the" recent murders on
yWe don't hear the Democracy
"hereabouts" praising the Philadelphia
say-noibing convention with their usual
gusto when anything pleases them.
What's the matter? Has anything gone
(57Ve hear it reported that. they have
hud several cases of cholera in Omaha.
W presume, however, that it was only
bad cases of cholera morbus, as there is
nothing in the Omaha papers in relation
We learn from it private letter that
apples aro worth $4 per bushel in Mis
souri the same price they are selling for
here nod that there aro not more than
enough there this season to supply the
home market. So look out for big prices
ni few apples in this part of the world
convention of Union man is call
ed to meet at Brownville, Nebraska, on
tho 6th of Sept. next. It Is a question
whether or not Moves A. Johnsm will
telegraph to R. Gib)s of Nebraska City
to use the military forces of the went to
suppress it, for fear some of the bush
whackers of Nebraska City will raise rt
disturbance. Tho situation is similar
to what it was in New Orlenns, except-
that the .rebs. have not threatened to
break up tlvo Brownville convention. If
they should, look out fur a telegram to
'iibbs to suppress the convention not
From Thurtday't Daily.
Ct?Vc publish the two Democratic
platforms to-day the , one adopted at
Chicago and tho one adopted at Phila
delphia. "Read and reflect'
J"This part of the world was visited
by a fine rain yesterday morning, and
caino near being visited by J. Frost last
bight. Look out for the old gent, to
night. f57"Ciini M'ton re publish that little
ay of his on tho "wh:tllev where the
wbattonwood cro'.vs." It would proba
bly be edifjiug and inspiring, just now, to
his co-laborer, Ilcnth.
(5?"The Corncal'a arrived at our land
ing jesterdij evening and landed alargel
quantity of goods. Among other lots,
we noticed between sis nnd seven tons for
E. T. Duke & Co. Siropon, Sharp k
Co. also received a quantity.
5The Lion and the lamb shall lie
down toge'her." Morton and Heath nre
appointed on tho executive coniT.ittee
for Nebraska, by the Pbiladuiphia say
Rob4CK.'h Stomach BiTrK.R. This very
excellent medicine .has become widely
known as one of the beet remedies for
Dyspepsia and other stomach diseases
that has ever been offered to thepublic
Austin, Ind., Journal.
It appears that the men in Platts
who opposed the Heath convention for
fear it would "muddle the Jonnson busi
ness" didn't understand "my policy'.as
well as the Philadelphia convention did.
They appeared to think it took more than
12 men to elect a delegate to represent
all Nebraska and a part of "cottonwood."
5T About the only thing that trans
pired at the say-nothing convention
which the Democracy particularly eulo
gise was the entrance into the wigwam
of the Massachusetts and South Carolina
delegations, arm in arm. That is not a
matter of surprise, for we all know that
if theMassachusetts cops, hadn't been too
cowardly they would have been arm in
arm during the war.
From Friday'! Daily.
gAll Good Templars are requested
to attend lodge this evening, as business
of importance will be brought before the
meeting. O. M. Carter, W,C. T.
Win. Wells, W. Sec.
(JJTThe weather has been cool enough
for the past two days to begin to think
about winter clothing. B. Newman has
any quantity of the very best coats, pants,
reets, shirts and everything else in the
clothing line, which he is selling off
C" Two men named Carnes and one
named Chandler became somewhat "ox
cited" yesterday evening, and tho city
Marshall had to cdme to the rescue.
They at first refused to be arrested, but
were finally taken and conveyed to tbe
Mayor's office, where they were fined $8
or $0 each and then set at liberty. If
men are unable to control their passions
when they get a little too much bad whis
key on board, they should neither touch,
taste nor handle the unclean thing.
From Saturday' Daily
3?"E. T. Duke & Co. haTe received
their stock of hardware, and can now ao
commodate you with anything in the
lino, from a patent meat ehewer to n
circolar saw (they haren't received the
Eraisrants are arriTiDg alrao
rerr J tj. mfar of "whom are settling in
Lancaster and Sannders cennties. The
Salt Creek country has attractions for
the far teeing man beyond nfly portion
of Nebraska, and it will soon produce
the real wealth of the country . :j,
C7"The convention "which cmf's off
at Philadelphia on the 5th of next month
will bfi composed of eoathnners who
fought and labored for the Union during
the war. The one held lately was com
posed of those who fonght and labored
against it. Which should be endorsed
by tho loyal people of the nortji?
Hirlt was at first supposed that the
Johnson Democratic candidate for Dele
gate had been elected in Colorado
Later returns indicate the election of the
Repnblionn candidate. The Philadel
phia convention should re assemble and
consider this matter anew,as they claim
ed Hunt's election as the first endorse
ment of their action.
5 Remember the Grand Mason io
BaU on Thursday eTening. The new hall,
where tbe ball is to be given, Is one cf
the best rooms in Nebraska, and amply
large to accommodate all who wish to at.
tend. Field's String Band, of Council
Bluffs has been engaged for the occasion,
and a fine time may be expected. Tickets
$5, to be bad of J. N. Wise, at the Book
From Jfonday't Daily. r
-. i .
QTSome boys found a case of oysters
yesterday, in the sand near where the U.
S. Grant was sunk last spirng.
CxTWe learn that the Methodist Epis
copal denomination have been holding'
"basket meeting" at Mt. Pleasant, which
closed yesterday. .
CTho Council Bluffs Nonpa re il, in
noticing the Grand Masonic Ball, to be
given in this city on the 30th inst. says a
goodly numbre of tbe craft of that city
are preparing to attend.
"Let every Union voter in Cuss
couuty be present at the Mass Meeting on
Thursday. We want the voice of every
true man in selecting delegates to the
IIarper'B Wetkty of the 25th inst.
has several sketches of the wholesale
murder of Union men in New Orleans,
also an interesting historical account
of tho causes and incidents of the riot.
CHon. P- W. Hitchcock Delegate
in Congress from Nebraska, haw our
thanks for a complete report of rhejoint
committee on Reconstruction. It in a
particularly- interesting volnme at this
time, as the question of reconstruction is
tho all absorbing one of the nation.
57"The Denver has been solid on a
sand bar about a mile below town since
eorly this morning; nnd at tbe present
writing 12 in. we discover another
eruft, came unknown, apparently about
ns enug to the bottom of the river ns tho
Ono of Gough'i stories was a cent
hit at these dilatory people who are be
hind hand. Some one s.iid to a person
of this class, "I eeo that you belong to
tho three, handed people," Three-hand
ed, that's rather uncommon." "Oh no,
common cnong"h two hands liko oiher
people, and a Lille behindhand."
5f"It is rumored that the man. who
"never abused Justice O'Niel" and "did
get his pay from Thompson' has been
appointed "Gudge" vice Dundy removed.
If Judge Dundy is or is to be removed,
we hope this star" among the profes
sion will be his succesor. It would re
dound great to the credit of "my policy"
probably. It would certainly be a fair
example of its working". -
From Teday' Daily.
CsTThe Denver got off tho bar and
passed up at 6 o'clock last evening. . I
(Js7"Wild plums are begining.to make
their appearance on our streets.
(v"John S. Duke, Esq., has resigned
the position of Deputy Assessor of In
ternal Revenue, and started east to-day.
TCorn is likely to prove a much bet
ter crop in this vicinity than was antici
pated some time ago. We noticed sev
eral fields yesterday which look A. No 1.
Cltev. A. G. White, formerly a res
ident of this city and lae of Ft. Calhoun,
baa been appointed post chaplain at Ft.
jEight cars recently run off the track
near Grand Island, on the U. P. R., and
were mashed into pieces. No one
E. Ellison, Esq., started for
Denver to-day, where he proposes to take
up his abode for a "few periods," if Lot
(5? We &re pleased to see tho genial
countenance of our worthy County Clerk,
B Spurlock, once more. He returned
yesterday from a visit down the river.
(TA little child of Frank Gcffs, some
two years old, accidentally got hold of a
cup of solution of concentrated lye yes
terday evening, and swallowed the con
tonts. Medical aid was procured imme
diately, but it is thought the child can
CSTThe Kearny Herald thinks the' ne
gro troop s ordered west will be scared to
death at sight of the Indian warriors
They were not very badly frightened at
the rebs., and we don't think the red
skins are much better ia a fight than the
("The best mines on the continent
are situated about fifty miles west from
this city. They are richer than the
quarts leads of Colorado, the "deep dig
gings" of California, or the gulches of
Montana. It only requires a capital of
n few thousand dollars to ensure on im.
i mense fortuae. ItisDO'luci' or 'chance' I
J arrargement,but Rfsurething" for those
that work these mines. ' IVe have refer
ence to the Salt fields of Lancaster county.
if"We bad the pleasure ofTifciting
the garden of W. J. Hesser, yesterday,
here we' found abundance of almost
every kind of vegetables that nre good
for man to eat, besides a choice variety
of fiowers.'- Ilescr is a plensant nnd
hospitable jiontlem.m t visit, and his
excelent lady knows how to prepare are
past that would tempt tho appetite of an
epicure. As an instance of the amount
of "garden ear.s" Hesser i raising,' we
wonld say that he has 12,000 heads of
cabbage now growing, and other things
37"Tie Omaha Republican Savs Sena
tor John XL Thayer reached home last
Saturday evening from Washington,
where he has been a Senator frcrn the
State of Nebraska. Senator Thayer is
welcomed home by many, personal and
political friends ' The Senator expresses
the most sanguine belief that Nebraska
wilt be admitted Into the Unioa by Con
gress next winter. He speaks in the
most encouraging terms of the probable
success of the Congressianal plan cf re
construction as against 'my policy" be
fore the people at the election this fall.
C3"In going for or ordering good,
the great question to be solved is where
they can bo had so as to enable the pur
chaser to make the greatest profit ji If
they can be 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 Groce
lies, Liquors! e.c, reason upon this sub:
ject, and when they want anything in the
line, go to Westheimcr & hppstein, in
St. Joseph, and we dibt not thev can
make it mere profitable than to send or go
further east. . jfzoluv
i JLcgal Notice
District Court. 2d Judicial District, Nebraska Tr
licial District, 1
ni Dun I, 1
ritoiy, In and lor Cu county.
A.lnr fcdh'ertoi , complainant,
afalnt 1 Cliaacery,
'olin M. Uublc, defen
To Jolm M liable: You are herehr noti'o' tlmt
on ti"27ih Uuy or Aiunst, A. D.f ISfltf, tai" complain
ant Ash'-r hbertoa did file io the office of the Cierk
of tbe 2d Judicial District Con-1 i J ai I ccunly cf
Cw, on the Chancery thereof, hi bill of - oui-
pUtint, the oloect anil piayeror wbicb is to furcclcMia
a C'-r:ain mortgage bearing ne the 6th day of -Am-
tfiibt, A. D , IrSS, executed bj you, the aid dffil-
aut, t laid c-jrupuiDaut spon certain real mate
eitaated in Cau c tnoty, Nt-uraxka. to-wit : the noTth
eat quarter aectioa number nineteen (19), in
towoHbip nuruher eleven (11;, nortb of raoe uuin
ber thirteen (13), eat of mtn P. V., according- to
the government eurvcy of said Terri ryf to secure
the payment f a certain iromUFO- y note made by
you aud tor value receiveJ, delivered to ihe said
Aier tdgerton for Two hundred and Eighty Dollars
payable one year after dte with interest after ma
turity at the rate of furty per cent, p-ir at Quia ; and
fur the sale of said moruaeed promi.es and for the
pjyineiit nf the said sum of Two Hun lred and Eigu
ty Dollar With ii len-nt thereou from th ; (i h day of
Augui-t, A. 1", lt-5'J, at forty percent. .er annum,
and to foreclose all cquiy of redemption of sou iu
od to said prenii-ert. You are. heae,fore hereby
notified t Bpp" ar, plead, answer or demur to the
said lull of complaint on or before the 8th day of
Ociolajr, a. d , lSC'i or tbe complainant will take a
deere against you us prayed
SWtET &. ARNOLD,
. Sulioitois for cou.plainant
Ordered th-t the above be putiih-)d ia lbs Ne
liwkt IICBiLS nevpitper 1. r four couaecntive
J. H. BROWK,
Kegbter in Chancery
Plait morfh, Angu-t 7. 1 65. aug
Ser-jnti Jndiciil li-.trict Court, Neoraalca Territo
ry, in and for C ue c anty.
Asher Ed jcrton. Complainant,
Walter D. Cren"snd Kicbad B. j-Io Chancery
TovL.eud, l.ofeiidaut. . J
To Va:ier 1. Green nd ItrcharJ B. Townsend:
You are hereby noiined lh.it the ah.iTe tamed rom
plainaut, Afher Kdgerton, did, on the 27 ih day of
AuL-uot A. O. lsGli, file ia ih '- offl.-e "f the Cleric of
Ihe 2d Jodie i.il Ditrict Court in sold county of Caas.
ou the chancery tide thereof, his bill of complaint
nijani-l you, tbi object and prsrer of which is to
for: c.e a certain mortgage taring date the Cth day
of Aligns A. U.i ISoti, exetuted by Ihe dfendant
Walter D. Gn-en to be c-.nii!an.ant A-hcr KJj-'er-ton
upon certain real estate s.tuated in Ca-s county
Set raska, to-wit:
. The north west quarter of section So. tweofy
niue(l!9 in tot.ihip So eleven, rorth of tanKe No.
thiitetn etft, accoiding to the governmL'ut survey of
said Te-ritory, to secure tne payment of a certain
promissory mte aiad by the- a. id defendant Walter
D. G eeo, and for value receivd, delivered to th"
ciiiiipl .inant Ather i. UtIoii, for two hun-Jied and
eighty dollars., payable one year after dat-, with in
terty aft r maturity at the rate of forty per cent er
annum, an-! for the le of Hie moitgaged premises
and the pay meat of the said two h mired and eighty
dollars with interest thereon from the 6th da. of
August A D. 159 at the rate of f jrty per cent per
annum, and to far. close you from every right, title
and interest which you. th d f ndanu, have or
claim to have" to or in f aid preroi.er, and to foreclose
all equity of redemption in or to said rremles.
You are -here fore hereby noitned to appear, plena
answer or demur to the said bill ot complaint on or
before Ihe 6th day of October A. IV. IStS, or the com
plainant will take a decree attain-. you a prayed.
SWEKT A ARNOLD,
., , - Cols for complainant,
'' ' " ' . "' Kehraska Ciy.
Ordered that the a'love noti.e be pohlihel in the
Nebbsrka Uesald for f nr consecutive weeks.
J. a. VKUWA, Keg. InUh.nrery.
Plattsmiirlrti.raaseoanty, N. T., Aa. 8.S, 1808.
Legal No lice, t - t
District Court, Sd Judicial District,' Nebraska
T- rritory, in aud for Cn county.
John W Clark, Plaintiff. 1 . - 1;
Otif D. Parsons, Def ud't )
ToO.is D. Parsons. ' '
Ton are hereby notified tbkt tbe Wive named
plaintiff John W. Clr, did en the !7 h day of
August A o , ictio, n e tin pet lion against you in
the i Mice of Hie Clerk or the 2d Judicial District
Court in Aud fur Cass coumy, Nebraska. Uie object
and praytr of which is to obtain judgement against
you upon a debt, being upon a promUsoiy note.beur-
ing date the ltn day ct o vernier, a. D.. I5. ex
reuieil by T- a and for valued received, delivered to
t..e piaintiff John W. Clark,, the amount due upon
said note being now Six llandr .d and Twenty-three
You are fui ther notified that an order of attach
nietit baa been Issued in said cause and your
croDertv situated in said county, to-wtt .
The West half ol Ihe Northeast quarter and the
Southeast quarter of the N r'hevst quarter or tac
tion twenty (20), Township thirteen (.13). Itaoge nine
(9), Eatixth Prinrlpal Meridian, attached in pur
suance tk.ereto. - - '
You arc theiefore hereby notified ia apoear.plead.
answer or demur to said retition ou or before th
6th day of October. A-D-loS
SWEET a ARNOLD,
Order el that the above notice be published four
consecut.ve weeks in the Vebraska HEair.rr
J. II. BROWS,
Clerk District Conrt
riattstnoutb, Cam county, Kebraska. auk. 33,
1S, i - laug.!,166.
R H. Cbetlick will tak: rotioethst John Gilmore
of the county of Ca-s. N. T., did on the 18th dty of
August. A D., I03, We on petition in the Uistiict
Court of Sd Judicial District ef Kebraika, In and for
Ca county, N T.. agaiuat the id E. U. Chettick
and i-rie Uaivey Cooper, defendants, seitiug forth
that the ssid defendant were indebted to plaintirf in
the sum of Four Hundred and Two Dollars and Fifty
cents with interest fi .in25tb of December, lett, npon
a, promiory note executed by them ao payable ts
plain lifT, d..ted Jlof, 3d, lS'H. That plaint iff caused
an order of attachment to be issued against the said
defendant & It Cheitick, and caused the. following
real eetxia or R it Chetiick to be attac-ied,' to-wit :
Southwest quarter Jiarthwi-st quartor of Section
Ko thirly-caeal). TownthipSo. elevea (II), Nort"
of Range t-e;ve ill), tast of 6 P. M. And praying
that plaintiff may have judgement for said sum and
And tbe raid It H Chettic' is notified that he is re
quired ts apprr and sn.wer said petition on or be
bretheUiini Jo"dar after thel9ihdjy of eptem'r.
A v.. 1666 or judgement will be rendered agiinsi
ByT. M. Marque.t, Att'y.
If on want TatPut Nilicines at o:d pric go to
' BLACK, LCTJERT 4 CO.'S.
Gardiner GunrdUn af Georrcl T Ihe Pro
W. Powrr. hU minor child, bale Court.
?nrah J. Cot away, and a'.i others, Petition t
hon it may concern. J sell land.
You sre hrrbc low.me.1 that nn the 27 Ui day of
An'fi A. tvt-C3 laid itj twiian filed bn petition In
the Prjbaie Court cf Ca county' N.T., the - bject
and prayer f id petuto U t . ch'ain an order f root
raid Court f .r th? ale of lh foil wing rer.l e t.t.
to w t: the e-t ha'f or the sou h-ea-nt quarter (Ml
i f ection t! ve (') it toaiifh-p 8n. rl i-o 1 1 1 j
no th of rnr? '.Vo. rleveii (1!) 'a-.' cf ihe 6ih i. m .
in Cast cnuntr T. Th Court wi II heir mid tr
illion ou FK1DAY, the iti-.h .lay f SKl'l KWbvf i:, a.
V. 11.6 at which lira all persons interested cto an
lear and ho c-iu.e why sid prayer shoatd uot bi
granted, if any th-y have ' ' -
litven under my hncd and sel ihls ?3:h "dty
t. ofAuKu.t a. v. 194 ,
a"(t29wl Pf obate JuJ;e CkM Co. X T.
L.AIVD FOK SAIaE.
Thi northwest frac iona! qnarter Section 4, Tjwo
ship II, nj:th of Range 18 east, situ i:td but a few
miles f.oiu Platlsmuutb, Co -tainmg lhO aeres.
Address. . JAM .e Jl.-AIiruL'K. .
aug-28 w3ia St. I ou!f, Mo., 4i6 Main i tret t.
Bounty Increased. Pensions due
. .... diers. as d their heirs , -
F. it. Dorrington his this day received from the
Department, the Law In full with new blanks for the
collection ot additional Boautiea and increased Pen
aiot.. andisieadyto pruaecute all such claims as
may be eiiti nnt-rd f his care. Cal c and. examine
Pit at claiBH'd is first set tel " - -.-..,
F. M. DOREISQTOX. '
PiattPtnoiitb, Aug. 10, 1866.
! FOR SALE.
1 will sell, on reasonable terms, 160 acres of Land,
with a go farm-howe on 1., or will ir de-lreJ by a
tiurchaaer, sell z40 acres, one liundre I and seventj
of wi.ich Is improved. The land is situated at Eight
Mile Grove, in Cas county , and is one of the tc-'
stock farms in Nebraska, being well watered aoj
timbered.' . - , i t .--.. r
Far particulars rq air on tl.e premise cf '
JUHX 8. TiiWKSBURT.
Jlay -J8, it.
. y . Will. II- Lcuikc, ;
-ONE DOOR EAST OF POSTOFFICE,
iiai 16C5 tr
r " - - .' : "
"Win. Stiidelmann & Co ,
One door west of Donelan's Drug store,
Dealers in '
Ready-made - Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS! SHOES,
and a general stock nf , . . -. r jc
OUTFITTING . GOODS
For the Plaion; also, a large lot rtf ' '
RUBBER CLOTHING. REVOLV
ERS AND NOTIONS.; i
W hnnrht low and will sell chear for cash. Cali
and em mine our stock before jou bny any where else.
jyt '64 Wm. S I ADfcLUAiN Ji CO.
W. D. GAGE.'
. W. R. DAVIS.
CITY BOOT AND SHOE
We are sellina- Hoots. .Shoes and Leather, at our
store on Main street, onu door West of the 4'luttr
Valley Pouse. , . , tr
C H EAPER ihnu the CHEAPEST
We are manufacturing w rk fio-n the very best of
stock, and will accommodate all who may give us a
Repairing done &t nil times.
- a w t rt r a Trm
UAUL Cv U. V 13.
Ang. 2", V6 dStwtf .
- IIAKIVESS SHOP. v
Tl.e undersigaed hivir.c pnrchssed 'he establish
ment formerly owned t y M. B Murphy, is prepared
to accommodate customer with anything In toe lire.
sueh as UARNK.SS.SALDLtS. BKIDI.ES, COLLAR",
WH.'I'S SrL US, and everything eUe that may he
call' d for.
JTj" Ilepalring done on abort .notxe, and at ren-
ac u.Me rates. . .
Aprl6:wJ G W COCETBI'iBT.
HJ.XLi llOAD !
OPEN TO MMM
FREIGHT 1 PASSENGERS
Commtncine" Monday. Augdft 20tb. 1866, the Vn-
on PaciHc Ilafl Kcd will runPaenger and Freight
BET. OMAHA &
:..o - tit u.v. iw.hi DAILT (.Suudavs except
ed), connecting at Keirnry with
Holla day's Overland,
MAIL and EXPRESS CXJAUHU
for JPenfer, SallLaL Virginia City, and all points
in Colorado, Utah, hlnno ana jutmiun.
The CS.ON PACIFIC BAIL, ROAD is amply
-.u al.uriurhAL freicht cars and
engines, to do proturr.ly all business that may oflVr
Passergers my rely on cio. r
west, and shippers are nsMired that all freight will
receive dlxpalch and be carefully bandied.
.. .. gAML B KI'U, wew i o'jp..
Vt. SXTDER. Gen'l Freight A Ticket Aj't, ;
Omani. Aug. 16, 1866 aug20i?.kw8m.
The UD?criDer i : ,,
" ... . i.j h h,rnv and othsr.. VOIlld
. . . : n niin-lia.i .he Red Ptate on
zd stieet, lately ' 7. ,w i
respeetMly Inform the eitixer. of PUUismouth and
vicinity, that ue nai reu.."--
large aiock of - "
, , . . ' ADD
For Ladies. Gents. Caren, nd the rest of mankind.
and is prepared to ao ar. .
WATCH. CLOCK AND
JEWELRY HEP AIRING
I n the best manner, a nd wo old be b ar py to serv e his
old and as tuany m"" euaiomeis mv gie mm
ih,i nrone. assuring them of their woik well
done, at moderate price.-, and on short time. The
stock embracing eery a ietywtf roods usuall- kept
.'n-,tciis Jfw-lry St- re, will he told at low
nriees. ad warranted of best workmanship and
material, lie has alao a small stock trf --
F AM ILf CROC E R I E S ,
which will be replenished from time to time, and
old at tbe lowest Inures, nawis; permaneni.y io
.trd in this eitv -1 respectiu ly solicit a share of pa
tronage, and corlially invite all to call and exxm'ne
.1,0 .lorit n h.ntl. as we would be D' cased to serve
yen, aal & not ask yon 'o bur nnless we c.n mak
it for your ia'e-ts' t') r'.r:Tnt n. ; "
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Receiving) Forwarding arid Commission Merchants,
Dm fat in ' FANCY. AND STAPLE GROCERIES, - PRODUCf?;
PROVISIONS, ST. LOUIS
::JC.T. A PICKETSETC., :ETO. q '?.: OA J -
Alto, Agents for th celebrated
SEYMOUR'S NEW Y0RK
" Q,uaker Bov and
3VE olilg 33. Wagons; cfcC
We inxite all to Call and See
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Pictures taken of all Kinds.
Ambr itypes, Photogrnphe, Gem Pictures, &c. A good assortment of Oases Frames,
Album"! &c, constantly kept on hand. Gilt and Rosewood Molding, or Frames
made to order, of any sizs
inf. R. PENICK,
DM-!)" mm BOOK
Chemicals, Glass, Paints Oils, Pure' Wines and Liquors, Coal
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS. 3 &. S SECOND ST.v; ST. JOSEPH, MO.-
A5sT"W are'the Northwetern Wholeiale Agcrts for Dr'rD. jjce k Sen, rrdlr; J. C. Ayer k to.,
and can furnith their meuicii.es in any quantities. Janit If
NEW BAKERY, ;
We hare removed to the building formerly occu-
pie ly Dr. Donelan, on the north side of Main St.,
where we are prepared to supply our patronf with
the best quality Of , s t ' : .
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All of which we will deliver at their hoasrs at snch
prices that it will be to their Uteiest to purchase of
us. We will use the bet quality of Flour to be had
ia this market. Our motto ia, ! . "
'LARGE SALES AXD SMALL PROFnS,'
and we hope by a large increase of business to be able
to sell ao very cheap that no one can afford to bake
Wo will continoc to supply Ire Cream by the dish,'
ijuait or galloa.
4. rilllLU Ct
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National Claim Agency;
F. M. DORRINGTON,
SUB AGENT; .
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA,
Is prepared to prenent and prosecute claims before
CoikTreiM., Court of Claims and the Dupt.anents. Pa-teat.-
rVnon, Bo ant em. and Bounty Lands se
emed. tSf-Charges moderate, and In proportion to
the am rant of tbe claim. F. M. DORKINGTO.V.
April 10, '65.
The aubscriber would reoectful1y call the atten
tion of the citizens of Pla'ttsmonth and tbe public at
aie to the fact that he has located one door east of
Donelan's Drag Store, where he intends keeping
on hand and m tkir a on the shortest notice, eve. y-
articlein bis line. His stock beinp selected by him-H
elf. and having spent the most or bis lire in tbe
business, he feeli conQdent that he can give-satisfae
tioa. Gtve him aeall. - ------
April 10 5. J . THOCKMORTON.
go"d two story trick store hnlMlny 52,by 60fet
wlt'i p.jod ce'lar; for furthei particulars inquire of the
lulCxn oarii or EcHctot. Pisicroaa.
i a r p ife G o . ,
FLOUR, DOORS, . SA&II,
PINE LUMBER, SIINGLUS,
MOWER AND REAPER,
to, and Examine our Stock.
Simpson, Sharp & Co.
cice wain ct ,
PLATTSMOUTH, - K. t.
Pcalcrs fa L
URLINGTON AND MISSOURI
1806 KASXWAKD 4 1866
Short nnd Quick Route to
CHCAGO AND THE EAST.
Ma eonaection with the Des Moines Valley and
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroads.
Three trains leave Ottumwa daily on arrival ol
Des Moines Valley trains.
BUY YOUR TICKETS VIA
OTTUMWA and ? BURLINGTON.
;; NEBRASKA Cltt, .
- , , , . . EDDYVILLE,
C . ' i : OTTUMWA.
Baggage checked from Ottumwa
: . Chicajfo and the East. ? :
Paesenpers have choiee of all the gre.t lines lead
ing North, East and South, and will find tickets to
ail principal pciots East by all routes at tbe Ottumwa
ticket offioe of this company. -
Passengers will find this route Quick, Cafe- and
Sure io its connect:ons. ' " - ' '
C E. PERKINS, Superintendent.
L. CARPER, General Freight and Pasenger Agen
B. a. rsisaftaM.
IDLER & CO ,
; I ! : AND DISTILLERS : ?.M
Dealers in all kinds of Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAES.
IfO. 14, EAST SIDB MARKET SO. I'ARB,
St. Joseph M.
DR. M- H. WCLUSKEY
TTi'-l do all work In his line on short notice.
5j-Offlco with Dr. Livingston.
The nnder?igned has again opened a TAfLOB
SHOP at his Old Sued, north of tbe new bridge on
Second street, where he is prepared te do all work n;
hta line on rsasonaoie teitns. r
JOH5 Ti Alir,
Auga.t 14, lSfS.
: , W. ; .-"I f, i . rt - - .1 rs , ' f
Free from Mercury
, .- ASU
ALL MINERAL POISON,
-And are, uudcxibteJIy," tLfl-. 'vr,
' ?. Ireat wmody Ottantr
SICK AXD NERVOUS HBAMC1IP!
ieylo, by virlne Nfcy
ja r a they i
r spoei:l affimtv for the
mucous membrane of the bowels,
thereby -emoTing the causes,. As a
they can have no rival, onv--foaeJof
the most ,'
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
which hare :ni erect aciion on the
too happy efTect -of TW. Ji'tan le
seeu alter one or two doses, 'i'liey
Remove the II He,
Assist Digestion , r
In fief, they are. art llicir nnme
"The Life-Giving PriEciple."
r They wurcli . ont disease jn'ml
strike at .la very root, lenvinjf the"
system in the lull vigor ol" lu nltli;
are PEUKKCTI.V lUIIMI.ESS io
INFANTS, OR PERSONS OF THE
HOST DKUCATE CONSTITU
TIONS, aud are a
SAFER, SUEEH AND BETTER
than has ever before been nvnilnUa
to mnnkm.l, and, being tlii.-kly SU-GAR-COATEK,
ed asa REMEDY FORCU1I.DKEN,
and e-rsons who h:ive a Uieaii of
ewallowing a .pill. w fhey are. .Hi.
queStionAbly, one of out- most
satisfactory UATll A KTIC'S,
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. W. Robnck,)
. SOLE PROPRIETORS, i
1TOS. 50, 58, 60 & 62 East Third St.
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicine -
i; Buiiisd Out.: i
BUT NOT DISCOUR AGED.
T. W Ebryock in airnin at the ill fund
prepared to wait upon h's former ru4t"taor..r sandfly
rnhlic eenerally. If you want at.y think in shape
of Furniture or Chairs j;ive h:tn a call. 8id street
near Main, Flnttiiuonth. N . T.
II. .1 M.f . . ". ' r.
A. GttiVE 1 VIES. MOrTtOMCT
Graves & Montgomery
Smth. side of Main street, one diar east of
1 r. ' 3 ffcili, . r.n s Tirt Store.1'
PLATTSMOUTH, X. T.
We keep eopstaatly; pri n'aiii tTgdrHl assortment of
CIGARS, TOBACCO,' FES.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
w-'ch'if VS A CALL f The Hteh-strin a-
ways hangs out.
DiVELLIXGS atu nil irice.
Any person wishing to purchase Fai m-praperty. or
evidence In towu, will Bod them for sale si al
F- M. DORRINGTON
m r? Real Estats Aos.vt.
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NOISELESS SEWING MACHINE.
The Best tfachinc in IV.
Come and ftec this 8tli.nt aod beaotual Machine,
whether 70a vUh to puichftfC or not,. U '4U charm
and piftne Ton.
t3PRICK FROM yto175. ''The Stitch m-fW
bv this Machine Li nme and peuIittT. 1 Tie TtciM-
durable am which is ao .Uon Uia-t a tyioco not
L.lf t W 1 T. ,nn,a k... ' T.-xrt'
um.ll wVIl lUtq l''ug cm a.' Vul M haituvt w yutti
F. P. TODD, Agent T
forlVfLLCOX It G1BB3, Wni'.KLKR WIUSOX,
GROVE . & BAK.ES and FLOEESCE.
Office at B. KK WMAS'd Clothing Emporium.
-' Pjlattsmoltij, Nra.
Ang.7th,'G6:w4i.d:lBi. ' -
WATCyHAKE, and JEWELER,
MAIX 8TBEKT, ' ..
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA
A good assortment of Watches, Clo , fiold Peas.
J welry. Silver Ware, Fane uoo a Violins and Vi
olin Trimmings always on hand. K'. wo.:k cent
milted t his care will be warranted.
April 10, li5.
WOOL WORTH & CO,
Binders tS: Paper dealers.
SAINT JOSEPH, MQ.t
h pla-e to get cheap Lamp scd lamp CbMnne
is at BLAiic, srrrxnr " 's.
,X shotil.i lie with- .
vV - out them. 4y
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