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She jrtfte!:;i JftcraW.
J"iva ITrhi' li'y' Ifni-j.
The oran for the rif-w l'j.icopal
Church arrived wovcrnl d:iy It is a
pipe crpan, r.r.d tho only one ;f the kind
in Nebraska that we know of.
ifTLe .Erst snow of the season at
this place f til last r.iht. It was tut a
finall amount, yrt it wis snow. The
wind yeered around to the north-west and
the present indications are that we will
hare cold weather.
T"Ve have received the first and
dond x.unihcr of tho new paper called
'The (Jreat Republic," publ'uhed at
Washington City and devoted to equal
and exnet justices to nil tuon. Terms of
:ibcr:r ti.ri 3 per air.um, c'ubs of ten
if 2.50. Ad lres, Pub'iihers of the jreat
Republic, Washington. I). C.
r-J" Wo are rlenssd to note that our
ity authorities are inclined to ''branch
out' and do something towards prepar
ing for '"the good time coming.' Aeon,
sidsrabie force of workmen are engaged
in grading Vine St. (we believe that's
tha name), the rst St. north of Main.
Wo reed a few more streets opened for
businc. purposes, arid this looks like we
were going to have them.
"N u ruber s of people in this locality
have been looking anxiously for the past
two days for thj grout meteoric display,
or falling of star?," which it was sup
posed would take r.lac-s about this date.
We th'rik there is a i;i:.-a'.:.' in date.
I; is now believed thv the 0th in-t. wis
the time, at Kt.s- it is reported that
thrcuzbciut Missouri, I'linoi., Michigan,
New York and a number of o'he.r States,
the copper-johiiso.i 4,.-t..r of hops" fell
considerably upon that day.
rfWe nre in roeeirt of the Tri
',;Uj S-u.s, cf N' hr:.:-ka City. It is a
fix c )lu:nn pap;r, r. at, wril lil'.ej, and
'leserves financial success. Wo are at a
loss to und':rstunJ why Nebraska City
cannot keep up a daily paper. It must
bo that they have rot bad the right kind
of immigrants for the la-t fc-w years.
But the Tri-Weeklies l.aveoar best wish
es, nny way. We like to see every part of
our young State progressing, and Ne
braska City may yet bo able to support
Frti Vtuma ty' I'n.lj'.
"5TThe entertainment at Trof. James'
last evening was a grnat success. The
attendance was large, and the enjoyment
fJTSee nlvortiicmcnt of A. L. Sprague
to div. Call and pp? him and you will
find that ho has n go. id assortment and
nel'.s cheap. Always atroniza the man
who advertises ; you v.-ill invariably lind
him "O. II."
CrTMij. I). II. Whc-1 r and Hugh
Orr, hf-, started (.'own tiie river on trie
Colorad ) to-d ir. M ij. WhccbT goes ti
Jst. I.nuis en business, t.d .Mi'. Urr will
probably go as far c : t a Maine, where
they pry the sun up with a crowbar.
Orr will return to Nebraska about the
first of January next.
7""Ve sir ren : 'Stc 1 to give notice
that there will lie a Supper or Festival
given at the City Had, on Tu ! ay even
ing nest, for the bene!!, rf the Tiatts
mouth Ira.s Hand. The Hand is in djbt
some tijhty or r.inei v d-.'..ir. I: is ex
pected that all v. ho feci an interest in
the success of the Band, will assist iu
re'.tir.g up the supper Admittance 5;)cts.
fir A con.panv is lii'in? rorm?d at
Ashland, on Salt Creek to be called the
"Saline Hall Company." The purpose of
tho company is to erect a hill.
JIurrah for tha entorpris; of our Salt
Creek friends ! Cannot the people of
Riattsmouth learn a lesson from them,
and organize a similar association for
building purposes here?
r5"James Reed, Rsq., cf Nebraska
City, called on us to day on his way
Inaie from a "drumming'' excursion for
tha wholesale Dru House of Reed,
Whitingcr L Co. This IIous-is d ing an
immer.rc business, and d. -serves tha suc
cess it is meeting with. They are relia
ble, wholcsou'.ed men, as everybody will
Cod who has dealings with them. They
are sole ngtnts in Nebraska for Dr Eas
terly's medicines, which, by the way,
should bo kept by cur druggists.
CSeo notice of house and lot for
else. There is a bargain in it for some
one in want of a small house.
C3It appears that the meteoric show
er was seen iu England on the morning
of the 14th. It is supposed Johnson
Tetoed it, or it might have been seen hero.
d?"Cass county produces some fine
pirs, ns will as everything else. Hon.
J.R Doom sold on Wednesday, to Messrs.
VTahl & "Bradley, a Chester Whito pig
eight month old which weighed 233 lbs
r"As Usual, there is a great demand
for dwelling houses in this city, at good
rates of rent. Will eoine strangpr come
hers and inuko a fortune by erecting
tinemant houses? Our capitalists ap
pear too timid9
fTThe Shoaf Bros., of Omaha, gave
a grand opening on the eTening of the
H:h. They have been refitting and fur
lushing their billiard rooms, and have
added four new tables. The local of the
lltyuLlican has a column article on ths
Do not suffer with dvspepsia whfn ?
lief is so e'.ose at baud Twenty thou
sand r eopl" have been cured of this ter
rih'e disease in the lat your by tho use
"of Roback'o Stomach Bitters.
(757"Vbnt istlieT. M. at Nlir-ka Oitv
thinking aliout? For the punt week the j
I'lattsmnuth mail hag, through ome mis
take, !epn p'aeed in the "through sack"
or at lea't a large portion of it thus
!oir,g to Omaha and ?. ack before we get
CWe learn that a young man nam
ed Cummon, living four miles below
Bethlehem, on the Iowa side, was thrown
from a colt a few days since, breaking
hi leg between the knee and ankle
Dr. Livingston was called to his assis
"About four years ago," aavs Mrs. G.
V. Coomas, of Eaton West Virginia "I
purchased a Wil'cox & Gibbs Sewing
Machine. It has more than met my ex
pectations. I hare done the principal
sewing for eighteen persons since that
time, and a great deal for mj neighbors.
It is always ready always in ordor.
Have broken two needles in four years."
J-'rorn ' fci-.iy J nily
2.2"R- G. Doom, Esq., thinks it is too
late in the season to gather corn he has
?TIon. J. M. Woolworth, will deliv
r the first lecturo of tho course before
tho Nebraska City M-rchfintile Library
Association, on the 221 inst.
"Read the article in to-day's pnper
from the Chicago Tribune. What do
our dyed In the wool copperheads think
of their demi god, the Chicago Tints.
C VWiil the Board of Trade do some
thing. Wo believe there is virtue in it
and would like to see an effort made to
accomplish something for the general
"57"Our readers will be pleased to
learn that Wm. L. Thomas, Esq., is back
at bis old post iu bis photograph rooms.
His health has improved considerably
during the summer.
f?".Mr. Reno, who has been with W.
L. Thomas during the summer, has gone
to Glenwood where he proposes opning
photograph rooms. Mr. Reno is nn ex
cellent, artist, as the people of Mills coun
ty will God upon giving him a trial.
Cl?"Capt. Bedford hjts been appointed
Register of the Landoltce at Brownville,
the position hold ly IIou. Chas. Dsrsey.
Mr. Dor.soy lias been true to the govern
ment and truo to the principles upau
which President Johnson was elected,
hence hi removal.
Cr7"FooIs and knaves nre not ail dead.
In Jefferson county, Kansas, a copper
johnson Democrat was elected to the leg
islature through the treachery of a few
aspiring Republicans who failed to got a
nomination. Such men should work
openly with rebels, that is where they bo
long. They are without political princi
ples, and have nothing in common with
the greet free Jom-lo ving party of the
Big Tii.ng. Our excellent String Band
played three nights for lloudin, doring
his performances in this city. The last
entertainment he gave them a benefit (!)
The receipts, as lloudin says (and he
1. . ii . i. -y -
tntirts,; umiiuaieii 10 -J,OU. Ul-i.Wutid
lloudin is heavr on ' benefits." The
Glen wood band should hive heen better
posted. We b:.d published a little state
tner.t of the 'benefit" arrangement in this
city, and the Ot iniun should havo posted
from MonJtiy'i Daily.
A new Couring mill has been erec
ted at Desoto by Messrs. McDonald
Wilson it Co.
;c"Gin. Dodge, member of Congress
elect from tha 5th district in Iowa, left
for Washington last Wednesday.
CTi?" A German named Ernst- Caldway
was killed in Omaha a few days ago by a
fall from his waton, the wheels of which
passed over his body, crushing it so that
death cnsu:d almost instantly.
"ir"'See advertisement of the Lamb
Knitting Machine to day. We propose
etting cne cf them, and after giving it
a trial can tell our readers all about it
In the meanwhile we believe it is 'A No
(H?"It is reported, on good authority
that work on tho Northwestern Railroad
has been suspended. The reason assign
ed is some difficulty in relation to he
swamp laud grant. Can our Council
Bluffs friends give nny light upon th
riTThe Sisters of Rebecca of Tlatto
Lodge No. 7, 1. O. O. F. have resolved to
hold a Festival, (Fair or Supper), on
Thursday evaning, the 20th of December
at Masonic and Odd Fellows lla.ll, for th
benefit of the Lodjre. We bone to see a
general attendance, ns a good tima gen
rally will be had, and the obj:ct is a
3rThe new Church at Eig'ot Mile
Grove is nearly completed. Workmen
are engaged in plastering it. This paaks
we'l for the people of tha Grove. Coun
try churches arc not so plentiful as they
should be, and the people in and about
the Grove have displayed an energy in
the right direction which should be fol
lowed in other localities.
r"The Nebraska City pros has bea
fihown hv n Mr. Ra&slr. livirtr nur that
t,U. n Int of ,ar mannf-..
. . 7 J
himsell Irom tlie LtJinejc, or sorgnum
cane. .It is of a rich brown color, free
from canih taste, and superior to the
New Orleans sugar, in makirj; this
sugar Mr. Bcasly eimply boiled down the
syrup until it was very th'ck and barrel
ed it up; after settling awhile dr:w
off the thin syrcp from tho top of his
barrel , and put the thick partially grain-
d srrup at the bottom into a sack and )
lt it drain all that it would. That
which di.l not rua thr:
.hrjuzh the cloth was .
then laid ou on a platform to dry, and
became sugar. Mr. Beasly has about
five hundred pounds of this sugar, the
results of about five barrels of syrup.
E- Lam aster, Colleotor of Inter
nal Revenue for Nebraska, passed up on
the tnge to-day.
QA weeping-johnson paper in Mis
souri, in its first issue after the election,
gives notice that funeral tickets will be
printed on short notice and at reasonable
C37"The weathsr so far this fall has
been delightful not a otorm yet 7;ving
farmers an ex .'client opportunity t . m
plete their fall wark. Surely Nto.aska
should be a Stale.
M- Patterson, Esq., of Reck
Bluffs, has furnished us an exact state
ment of the amount of wheat shipped
from that place, which does not vary
much from our estimate
3?"Worktnen ar engaged to day in
forming gutters along tho sidewalks on
Main St., a much r.oeded improvement
only they bhouli be secured ngairst
washing to greater dimensions than de
C5?"Tha new Masonic and Odd Fellows
Hall is so far completed that meetings of
tha two orders are how hold in it. Two
large four globo chandeliers arrived a
few days ago, fur lighting thu hall.
("Stephen Spurlcck, E-q , a former
resident of this city, is in town visiting
his brother, our cIEcicut County Clerk.
Mr. Spurlock is now engiged in business
in Nebraska City, lie will CDly remain
a day or two.
Ci7"Tli3 late election will have the ef
fect to settle th? "Salt Creek" aountry
very rapidly , but wo fear the great ma
jority of those sent there are not of the
kind we would like. But then, as Mrs.
Partington would say, they are only res
idents "paregorioally" speaking.
Qjp"L. L. Ililhrook, Eiq . arrived in
town yesterday with one hundred and
seventy-five fine wool .d sheep, which he
proposes to sell to the highest bidder, on
Saturday, 24lh inst. There are a large
number of sheep in Nebraska, but there
is room for thousands more. If tnerc is
any pay at ail in sheep raising and we
believe i; is generally conceded thnt there
is it will pay to hare ten times the nu:n
ber that we now have iu Nebraska.
fTWe would requast all parties who
have not purchased lots in the Cemetery
to d ) 0 immediately, as the expense
of building force an repairing have
somewhat embara-ssed tho finances, and
it becomes our duty to advance the
price cf lots to liqudalij expenses accrued.
Lots at present are s d'ing at $", and it is
something wa ail must havo sooner or
JACOB YALLERY Tres.
E. C. Lewis S"b.
November 1st, at the residence of the
bride's parents, by llev. C. II. Iliekm.m,
Pf.Tiia Sdhl and Miss Sophia Beiirkxs,
of Cms county,
(5?I)r. J. S. Charles, of Oiuah t,
whose ctird will be seen in another col
umn, is one of the best mechanical Den
tists in the wet. Ho is posted in all the
latest improvements in bia line of business
and proposes giv ng people the benefit of
his knowledge. Those of our readers in
need of the services of a dentist will do
well to call on Dr. Charles.
D- H- "Wheeler at home again
I take pleasure in informing my old
busine.-n patrons that I am at home
again nnd established in the General
gency business as of old. Thankful
for past favors, I now solicit tho pat
ronage of mv old, and all new friends to
to give me a call. I will endeavor to
2ive satisfaction to all.
AT business intrusted to my care will
receive my prompt and personal atten
tion. Give me a call at the old oIEce in
the Court House.
D. II. Wheeler,
of firm of D. II. Wheeler & Co.
riattsmautl Neb. Oct. 13th 1S56
C-IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF
READY MADE CLOTHES, OR A SUIT
MADE TO ORDER, GO TO S. II. WALK
EU, OLD TOST OFFICE.
July 1G d tf
WANTED. 400 cr 500 bushels of
Oat?, to be stored somewhere on Weep
no Water. For particulars enquire of
Nov. 8 d tf J. G. MILLER.
DR. M H. M'CLUSKEY
Wl'l do r II work in his line on short notice.
JrJOS:ce with Dr. Idviugstwti.
All persons indebted to me by account
or o'.hfrwiso, are requested to call and
settle - forthwith. All accounts unpaid
will, after a reasonable length of time,
be placed ic the handJ of t:n officer for
sep5dtf Geo. Boecc.
Received at the News Depot, for anv
of the Magazines, Periodical? nnd News
Papers of the day, at the Publishers
i t ries
f"-Y";r " &e ime 'J Ascribe.
A house suitable for removing,
quire at this office.
Not. 3 d tf.
FOR SALE- A smnll dwelling house
and lot, in a p!?:i$ant location Cheap
KnrjUire at this Office Or Of
v. Marsaall at th? I. V. -ot. 16 d'.f
C'n 'nZ f :,r or ordering pood,
tha prcnt auction to be oled U where
u .h. i
chaser to inake the greatest profit If
th"x can be had near 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
iis, L'quors, e.c, reason upon this sub
ject, and when they want anything in the
line, go to Westheimer fc Eppstein, in
St. Joseph, and we doubt not they can
make it more profitable than to send or go
further east. je2Clni-
titKORS OP YOUTH.
A gentlamau who iufTcred for year from Nervone
DcbilijT, Premature V'cay, nd all the etf-cts of
youthful iu liscretl'-n, wil!, for the sake of sufftriE
hum in ity , teiid free tu oil who n'iM it. the re it
and direciiin b for n akir.fc the mnij le remedy by
which he was cured. S;iflVrer withidfrto profit by
the advertiser's experience, can Jo so by addressing,
in pereet confidence. Jons 13 Ount.i,
epl.lwDm Xo. 4- Cedr St., New York-
i- WtCOL'UTlUCidT. E. A. GKAVhi.
Manufacturers of and Dc.ilen in
Saddles and .Harness,
WHIPS, SPUIW, &c &:c
which w: will lell reasonable.
REPAIRING l TRIMMING
done on tliort rioticu and at reaotiaL;e rates.
South Side Muin Sir eel,
one d or west of the Platto Valley lions;,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - NEBRASKA.
Oct 27 'CC dtf
Wm. StKcltliiiaiin & Co.,
One door u csl of Donelans Drug-store,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
IIAT.. 'WIS. LOOTS SHOES,
and a general stock of
For the Hl:iiut-; a!so, lare lot of
RUBBER CLOTH LVG. REVOLV
ERS AXD .VOTIO.VS.
We bought low and will sell e' eap for cash. Cal.
and ex.-TMine our stock hef re you bur ;,nv where ciscl
jyl OK Wm. 3 lADKLMANA k CO.
D E NTIS T.
lir- J. iS. CliarUs,
SURGICAL AAO MLCJIAMCAL
lSucce?or to Pr. Stick lei,
OfEee on Harney street, rboYt 12h, OmRlia, N ;b.,
where he resp'cl fiiily tfUiUrs his l'rofe-sioiinl ser
vice' to all lid imv icuire the rerforinanci of
ental oj eratio nr, or the treatment of tiiteaaei of
53- Teeth extracted without pain by the u of
Nitron Oxide Gai picasant to inhale, and perfectly
M. B. Th Preservation of t'ae Satural Teeth
made a speciality. nov58m
'Unquestionably tlie best sus
tained work of the kind in the
New Monthly Magazine
Critical Notices of tie Press.
It is the foremost M.tjr r.ne of the dav. The fire-
idt never ha-l a more delif;iitlil "inpatiiou, nor the
nil di-.u a moi e cn'erpr; sum friend. thn tiarner a
;.a.izu: JJilio'i.nt Pfofextnnt (BalCiiniHe )
Tlie iuot p'-puUr iloMh;y iu the wovld. Xttc
We m s t r f r in terms of en-ofy to the liich tone
an-t nrii'l exielKc.s cf H..r; er's Mauxii.e a
j ir.riial wi:h a iiionltiiv circiliti 'u of almut 17 -,Uili
,.oiM. jn who- p;ijt'-8 tre ti he !u:id i-mo i! tlie
(holier ir-iil ail.l K'-riL-rni i"U'ii;ioi ineo.i.v. . e
peak of th' w ik a- an evoi' nee ot the cui u'e of
ilie Am ri ail pei.pl.. ; and t)i" p.viiiNrity it lias ae
q'lied imrit d K ifii nuin' t-i eoiiiuii.i '( 1 1 144
pi.s of r M.liu m.ti t-:r, appripii.ttriy iilustriit.d
Willi t'oou v d c l'; a;i it Cdahil.es in its.-il tlie
iiiry ni"iitJ:!y a;id the in i'e phi osojihirjl quiirterly,
ldriided U i t le hst fe.aur -s ot th" daily j U' nal.
It lias trie ii p'wer in th" oiennu u.o i ot a loe ol
p-ire 1 i i . i u ' -r -. Truburr'j (jui'le to Atnei'ictii
Lit'ntt 'rs Liwlon.
1 he voiiiMn b lion. id coi:tilut of t hem 'i ve s a li
brary of uii-Cs laa us re i'li'-jj siirh as cannot he
C.und in the .inio (Mtiipa-s hi any other pnhlie-i ion
thai has com- under oi:r Lo'ice. Ji iiton L'ourir.
1 S t 7 .
Th Piibli-hers have perfeete t a system of m illins
hy hic!i thy c-.m supj) y the Maoazink acd Wkkk
J cm jit I :) to Ihos- vh.) prefer to receive llieir
peuodicls d in u;y from th t'lllcf of l'ub'icati m.
'1'he postage on Harper's Maitiizine ia 24 cents a
yar, which uiut be p.tid at the mtlScribier'a pot
Harper's Magazine, one year - H 00
Ad hxtra Copy of either the Matino or W- eitly
will he s:ip;d.cd gratis for every t'iub of Five m!-
srrihe siit f4 PO each, in one reu iltance ; ur six
Copies f.ir $!'! lO.
Buck X-.miherj can he S'ipul ed at any time
A Complete S't, no x comprising Thir;y-!hr.e Vol
umes in iieai clurh hiudiiiu, wi I lie sent hy expres
freii;!it at xten-e of p'.irch is-r,ror ' -J.'. per vo ume.
Single volumes hy mail, postpiid, ii VO. Cloth Ca
ses, f ii- lindini;. Ss cents, by in nil, poip,iid.
.Siihi riptiotm hem fr m p.ritish North Ainori
can 1'! ovi.u-e must Le acc unp ime 1 w'th 21 rut
aiiiJi: ioua!, to repav Unite I Stat-' pistaee. Ad-d:e-s
"llAKl'KIt St URO TH K IUV
novl4 Friitiklin nuare, Xtw Yolk.
Boot & Shoe Store !
J. THRCCKK0P.TON & 021,
at their old stand,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIN STSEET,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - - V. 1
We keep constancy on hand a larr absor;ment
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SHOP MADE WORK,
w hich we will (.ell at the !owent cash pi ices.
Ihtpairing done at soli rt no
tice. frAll Work Warranted.
J. THROCKMORTON. A. r liROCKMORTOX.
Oct 25 '66 f .
Cabinet - Work !
IIvir- Tla.- J liU ?hrp nil 5!l"-roc.ir! wot d
re-ectfnlT remind t'.i pe' in this vici.iity thut
tic hb fnraili them m th tha Tery best fu-u.ture.
Chairs, or o htr l':tl inet-wor J, nt the most rea-on-
ul)l; rates. 1 fhsll ke. p cnstantly on hand a le.rge
aft.ir'Uient of .L?ri lt cri'vand am &iso repareii
to maouTactu. ai'Vhta? m "iy line on slu.r' notic.
A larje -ser.nient tf Kejv niaiie CHu. t.jt at
a.: tiui-a. C-i'i uI examine uiv Hoc! and f-iv-jel'J
t'.Aw It 11. Ui-KCK.
BUT NOT DISCOURAGED.
T. Tf. Sh'rcck i nifiin at ihe old stird rrepa-e
Irt nal nr..ti fitrtri-r rnri mem and thn tiiil.ij-
J. i s ueril y. If you -:;-i: any hmg n shj; r f irui-
j jia,r-'tsciomti, n.t. Bieii,':a.
Simpson, Sharp tfe Co.,
Receiving, Fonvarding"and Commission Merchants,
Denies in FA A'C Y?A XD STAPLE GROCERIES, PRODUCE,
PROVISIONS, ST. LOUIS
VI.DOr-DLI.DS, GLASS, PIXE LUMBER, SIIIXGLES,
LATH, PICKETS, ETC., ETC.
AUo, Azent for tlie'ceJebratej
SEYMOUR'S NEW YORK
Quaker Bov and
Wa incite all to Call mnJ See
B N E
tOUNEB4MAIN AND TlIIUD S
Gents, Fuinisliing Goods.
Elats Cap, Roots, Shoes,
Also a targe lot of . .
Of all descriptions always oa hand.
JSfCoJ and examine
Plattsaouth, April 10th, 1805.
i.(J( ' "V.-:j , i-L.UT;n
Ficiures take3a cf all Kinds.
Pi,ntr,K; Com Pictures,
Albums. Ac constant v keptonhand.
made to order, of any size
WM. R. TEKICK,
Chemicals, C.Iass, Paints, Oils,
Oil and Lamps,
NOS. 3 S GECCND
49VTe are the rtl y-esterti VTLo-t-fe fet t
tul ctL furaiih thir dei.icii.ei ia ai'y q1 2r.;. it.
FLOUR, DOOliS, SASli,
MOWER AMD REAPER,
ur, and Examine our Stozk.
Simpson, Sharp & Co.
W M A N ,
TltliKTS, iL VTTS.MOI TII
liU U OJL!
Trunks, Vali-es, &c, &c.
ir,.y extensive stock ui tha
3 j.rtb Side Main ft , I5,433-
.ve. A ?ood assortment, of LaseH r ramcs.
Uilt ana nosewuou .'ioiuiu-, ui .e.
Pure Wines and Liquors, Coal
ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO-
f. r I r. D. J:.jre fcr, urd Tr. J. C. Ayr A Co.
GUDCEIilES & 'PROVISIONS.
('mv sssors tJ J. Parctl A S.u.)
Kf' ousta'ntly ou lmid j g&l sai(!y o!
and everything in tl;e lire. Also
of all kinds.
Watkd : Country Produce, Butter, Kc, .
JCj" Give as c'l.
crt "5. 156 a.
e. Aturn, n. A. FKI.VKM1K.
AD LCI & CO-,
Dealers in a!l kinds cf Foreign and D.mctic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
KO. U,EASTSIOE Jf.WKET SQl'ARB,
St. Josenii, ltli.
O H. tI-H. CAL1IOUS A CROXTO.
Lilts Suji't Indian Afairs. Attorney at Luto
IRISH, CALHOUN & CROXTON.
Tlio aliove ni.mNl Cfnt'Tnen have ass.iclated
thi"Iii-.elVf s in li.siue8 f.r the ruijs.se rf i rofecut-
inir and ciillcctinc nil claims against the (.oin-rl
(lovernnie n i or a iinst any t.'ili- of Iriilians, ami
are ir p.irt-d to fro-ecut such claims, i itlicr befura
Coiu-r. s, or a'ir of t he Depai tnie:its of iJovrnmntit
or refure the Court of Claims,
JIk. lai-Hwil' devote hi pe'sonal attentirn to
t e hiiMiiess at WasliinUjn.
JTj" Ollic" at Kebrs-k-i C.-tv. corner of Main and
F. M- DORRiNGTON.
PLATTSMOUTII, - - NFXRASKA,
is prfp-r 1 t'i lie.-ut nrd rtroseculfl c!:ini hfori!
Ci;-i?r--, Co trt of Claims aa.i the Dep inn its. I'-
-Htits. 1 t!:fc.;uii.. io'ltil s, and lnnntv l.:lliT s.e-
uied. i i Churj.-s m i loriit , and in pro-mit .in to
;ir anivint of the i : tiiu. F. 31. DOCiliN OT'J .
April 10, 'G5.
ulontgcmcry 8c Willams
Post OJJice Building, Plallsmoulh. X. T.
We keep constancy on hand a good assortment of
GIGAR.S, TOBACCO, PIPES.
;'('., ETC.. ETC.,
VfdlYES IS A CALL! The latch-Hiinff al
ways han ps ont jy.
Ml SUGAR-COATED, i Jjj
Free Trom Mercury
ALL MINERAL POiSON,'
And are, undoubtedly, the
best remedy extnnt
crrr ivn ftTnrnrs irnrnp f
131 til .1.11 ilbllM'l UU.llMl.Uli I
Operating , 71
oa I ). a .I. i... .. .. . a7,
n.l VII ilia - rf
or Fpeelnl nftinitv f'-r the
mucous membrane of tho howeU,
thereby removing tlie onuses. An a
2 LIVER PILL
they can have no rival, being oonv
poseu oi me most
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
which have a direct action on the
SPLEEN AND LIVER,
the hoppy effect of which can he
seen niter one or two doses. They
lie move the Jlile,
In fiict, they are, n tlieir name
"The Life-Giving Frinciple."
They search ont disease nn.l
ptiiknat lis Terv root, l ;ivinir the
svsteni in the full vk-or of u-nliii;
nre PKKFK'.TI.Y HAllMI.KSS 1(
lNFANl.-i, ili 'KlXtjs t.KTIIK
MOST UEI.K.'A'I E COXbTllU
TIONd, and are a
SAFER, STJHrH AIIDESTTEn
than has ever Irf-foro been nvnlhilde
to mankind, and, tiein thu l.lv s-l'-fiAR-LOATKI'.
ed asa KKMK1V r OiiCHil DH1-..N. i
Bud pcrnons ho luive a drc;..! of j fcs3
Bwallowing a pill. lhr are, nil
queatiomtbly, one ot i:r must
aatisiaetory t. A Ti : A lii li .v r
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. UoVnck.)
ITos. 66, 5S, 60 & 62 East Third St.
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
I ana no t ousetiold sjt.
ONE D 00?. HAST O? Yi-:F-VV?l('V,
riattsxriDat-i. 2.. Lr.ul.-.
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