Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, January 02, 1867, Image 3
LOCAL NEWS' Ficm Wtdnrfly't Etii'y. C"fh5 lilies of tha P.-es?) vtcri.in Church Fes'.'.vn'., have the thanks of the printer for a nice cake. C v'Thej lml ft l)all at Rock WufTi I-ist ti.it. Severn! f O 'f.l j froru.tl.iu citv weri hi ntton Jane?. C?7" TnoNorthern bound coach Yeatf-r (jay I roke down trGmewhere Ldow here, m l the in:u! unj a larpo lot of Kxprr-sM gioJi wore forwrmled in an open wngon. CTiii V"u!t3 CIoikI Ci.i f complain t-.:tt the C'iac.us are Criven tronh t. thf wet r f t'l it placo without htopf in to l?nve tii mail, in order to make quick er tiRir T! inaiis won't pain much t!:no lv the operation. Cs7"L I). I.auT, loan I e-Jitor Bnd one of the proprietor of the Nebraska Citv X ws, ha been in town since Mjndav orenin sprv ::r Christina.'. Dm h a "j iliv" boy, ii n . I has an "eve to business" in the way of loca!iz:n:r. 113 life for Lome by tho coaoh to day. CT" The person, who by mistake, took a larp, whi?c Nubia with smtil brown ppots in tiie tassios, from the Hall where tb? Prbytrrian Festival was h.-M, on L'hri-tin.13 I've, v.iil pleae return it to ti.U o.Ta -j ? and yet tha ono lcf: in the p!i.:e of it. r "J" u:i i ban nri lo r.jar.y warm friends daring the holidiy. liiid especially did bo please t!.o litt'a folks last evetn:i. We har it i.'.nte 1 th..t lie is about to be tin ree.ipi en; of a t n of lb i cs'oein in wii'uh he U .z v them. f Vi'i'-tiwi! are the f-rlr jf th? day )i-X r.o-.v. Tli'i IV-tival rrivon by the la-ul-i ff tho I'r.'.-l.Tti.'ri an Church, on ("hiibti'ias T' e , w.i n fine nfTiir. Tin' ball was ero-v led to its uttnot ca'-aeitv. '1 ho ru 'T't i wer c u..: ion sale. ".2 without m;y f.Tie clihlrfTi of the F.t'njopr.l ri'.;; l.iy Se'aool ha 1 a I no iiil ist even i:if A lare "Christmi a Tre-j" was t r-T" ared, ar.d vr:-.s bialel v. il'.i toys of (Vt.-y irui;nabla kind, 'j ho perviccs ere very imp retire an I calculated to dire el ! minis of tho clrldrea in the rijht d'.reetion in tha mid-:t of tlulr lairtli. Ihi) Hall win crowded with peo j 1 , ill of v. inm ware f .ICVs. : sin in !y th cl.-.--.es was be.ia'.i'ul, :y '. f ej"ejial fr.ai: ( f M :-rj. Cl'111:.;-, '.;-?'.- n 1 MicL.!;! wait, iiM in;liUd to preat crod.tv for the c;TleiT.t n; iu.-;r in which they h ive dis c 1 : r ,r .1 th lr datici .so far. Some or al! of ih-ni are e insiai.lly on daty, ai d fcvcrjthlr. in the thape cf a violation of poajj mil ol ordi-r, is n".;p-d iu the I ud. Ti dy lire iihvays on hand at pub :c doings, a:i 1 anyone who t-luwj a : . I : :i t o cento d: tui b ir ii imme diately :l;cn in cut cf the c jIJ' " r li v j our special police fore-! T'InJic-tion r.r.d InnutrUicn, S3 the fouad iliou of C:ns.':mi lio;'. Al! ssi 'ntif ic pby:.M':rii admit thi., andn.-.ariy nil are bee omir. convinced that pure liquor, ojmhiiied w:tli veftablo reir.e lie.-', h;a net directly on the uiCitivo organs, aro th 1 re:ii!dits indicated. It is admitted by cur most learned phy r:chun that Dr. llobacii'd Hitters Com bine the. proprieties cf a jeutle 1 ixativc, f.n elleient awtib.lior.s agerf, and the ! it stomach e kr. wn to tho wor d. It id j alio r.cknowled.'d ly practical chem'sts to bi the saf'-st and surest preventive to IVi.ious derangement; reubitii: the sys trm nr.d gii:: ter.o to the digestive or Cans. Ladies in delicata health will find it suited to their use; it id ulao. hiyh'y re commended to mother while r.ur.ir!. It contains imlt r-jt-v; jtu-r jcr tuncitj systems. Convalescents should u e the lb iters to btrcr;thcn the prostration Thich i.'.'.ays folluws r.cute diseases. IVol oncccut iii six years. Our machine has b:ca ia aimor-t con slant u-9 for nnr'y fix years and r.ot cot us cue cent for repair?, It has 'ivon rcat f:uisfac;lon. better of Cas P'T V. Hillm-.n, No. l.'J-J Heath ijt. rhilad.-lfhiu, March 10, Isijj, to the Wili C0i & tiitbs IS. M. Co. St"CaIl av Mitchell's shop and see one of those new Washing Machines ho is manufiicturios. C'iT'Capt. Hooper, the favorite river man, ar.d Mr. Harb.all, acnt of the Mer chants Union Fsjres.s, were in the city this morning. CifThe Omaha llrpujlic-m has maelo a mistake ia ivin tha names of the offi cers elected by the Masonic order of this city. Ir nppears to have got Cellevue mixed up with I';attsmouth. B. Smith, of this city, Las in Tented a new buzy or waon hub, which do;s away with the n jcesaity of re-Gttir tire, and is said to be very Eupcrior in many other respects. C-j7"l'ho Xonpjr'ul correct 3 Ou' state ment that Western Stiijre Co's. coaches were running from Omaha to St. Johns. It sa-3 they run from Council Bluffs to St. Johns, and from Council Bluffs to On-aha. C37"J. N. Wise, cf tho Book Store, has laid on our desk The Ladies Fiiend for January, 1SG7. One enravin in this nurnbpr entitled "At Sea,"' i worth the subscription price, to Pi.y nothing of the choice literature and tho fhioa plates. "'Orville College,-' by Mis. Henry Wood, and 4IIow a Woman had her way," by E'isabeth Prr-scott, are commenced in this number. Viso takes subscriptions for ilii and all other Magazine". From Satir iti'j'a Dally Ci?TTho river in front of town ha beer, covered with skaters ail day The ice ia beautiful. '-Try some," Cv"The members of the Prubytennn Church pave tho children of the'S ibb.ath eIiioI a supper last evennpr, at which all enjoyed themselves hugelv." CTv"The boys, and we doubt not a few men, created a prent "racket" in tho south part of town last niht. We should jnde somebody was bein; "charivari ed.' C"v""e have heard it siijrcested that skating clubs be organized. Coo l idea Thero is splendid ico a little distance above town CiTTbo Ilulo n oisier has suspended. The Ifs truthfully says that while it confioed itself to local affairs it flourished, but as soon as it took the eopper-johnson shootj tho people repudiated it. The Sit'tieni Xchrashlan is the only aper now published in Richardson county. It is a lively paper, and sound on political questions. CTThe Council Bluffs Xi.njarhl of the 231 says, that for the two days past a continuous line of wagons were pass ing through with iron for the C. B. & St. Joe Roadand that by the lst'of January it would be completed to the Depot grounds in that sitv. Tho road is now engaged in transporting IIo;:s from South Iowa to Council Bluffs, sovernl train loads havo been received. S7"Wc have heard a nurabes of people say they wished to buil i, but thought brick were too high. Well, what do you think of "concrete r" Wo aro assured by tho.se who are acquainted with this material that it is equal, at l"ast, to brick or stano in point of durability, and can furnihed twenty per eent cheaper than cither Will mv.uo ono try it. Wc un derstaiid Mr.-I s. Less'ey fully under stands Cue jireparatian of this article, ai.d will contract to build houies of i: if d.-iired. ryA man pos.,!ng by the name of Win. Smith, purportirg to be on ag.'nt of the Llinois Central Insurance Cnmpany, was :i tills city about a month ago, and re cfived the advance payment oa Infur ar.oe from :i number of our citizens. The policies not coming iu d::e season, some or tho parties wrote t the compa ny in regard to them, and received th. unwelcome news that thry had been 'gv.'i'.ei" that thero was no such person acting :n ag.-nt for them, a ml that, no tppilcitlon. had been received Th se ar.d: el took a considerable amount of liiOoey out cf tins place, and is probabl; engaged in the same busiress in sioe oi her part of tho country now. We ud v:o ourciii:ens to insure only with local egeats or sueh ns they know are not im rostero. Tiiesald Smith is a man about six fe-'t in l.eTgtl, wore a buff suit, and has rather a "flashy"' aprearance. ... . c.l . f" '-'J f.'ui'y. '.:k out for a fail in the prlco of TLe river is fiozen over. wood Wo want a few more subscribers. Who will start with the new year? r7" Tha mercury was down to zero this morning. Not very cold but the coldest we have at present. (77" A he.-.vy storm has been raging in the cast for peroral claf!'. Railroads generally are blocked with snow, and travel suspended. C5"TIio river closed at this point Sat urday nrght, and footmen are crossing to-day. The ico will be heavy enough for teams to cross in the course of a day or two. C7The papers of Omaha and Coun cil Bluffs note tho mercury at 10 to 3 degrees below zero. It has not been be low zero here. The South Platte is the placa to live. (TTThe Tiatto Ya'Iay Journal says : A m'igiiifioent lode has been discover ed in the Black Hills near Fort Laramie. Caifiornia miners are preparing for heavy gold explorations there in the spring. We predict a heavy tide of emi gration setting into that Tcilitory by the litat of Apdl next. (757"ln the Weekly will be found an ad vertisement of mail routes in Nebraska, to be let. Anlong others is one from this city to Columbus. This will be good news to our friends up Platte, as they nre sadly in need of mail facilities. We hope some cne will secure this contract who will rut on a two horto back. The travel will justify it, and we hope it will Le done CH7Sveral of the "Noble Red Men of the Forest," with their "flags" at half mast, have been in and about town for two or three days, going from house to house beggiDg. We do not know what tribe they belong to, Vut are sensibly im pressed with the idea that they had better be at home eating their own acorns than traveling around for a livelihood this kind of weather. We would rather be a district school teacher, and "beard around" than a "lone Indian'' in Nebras ka during the winter season. r.iim Daily of 2c insi. C7"The ice on the river is now per fectly safe for teams to cross. Loaded wagons were crossing nil day yesterday. CTC II Walter, Csq., of Saunders county, was in the city ytsterday. He is now engaged in teaching at Eight Mile Grove. We congratulate tho people of the Grove in being so fortunate as to se cure the services of Mr. Wulker. u"A large number of people wer enjoying themselves on the ice yesterday Je learn that the new IIi'.l at Ashland was ijoDsiderably injured rec?nt ly by tho wind. The wails were partially blown down. We have not learned tho extent of the damnge, but hope it is not sufficient to materially retard the pro gress of the work. (75?"We learn from the Nebraska City papers that T. B. Glenn, formerly of this city, has purchased the Tremont House, and will take charge of it eeon. Glenn will make an excellent landlord. Wo advise our people to give him a call when they visit Nebraska City. CTThi Fest.val of St. Luke's Church, on New Year's Eve., was a Cne affair. The uttendance was not large, in conse quence of cold weather; but those who wero present appeared to enjoy it very much. The Tableaux, last evening, were a decided success. It was tho first thing of th: kind in Plattsmouth, and the at tendance w.a? large. Great eredit is due those who managed the affair for th successful manner iu which it was c.arri ed cut. lfco crowning of tho "day Queen and the singing of the Lord's Prayer were especially beautiful. We have not learn ed what the receipts of the two evenings were, but should judgo they were about eual to those of former Festivals. ty We were pleased to meet, yester d ty, Mr. Porter, of New York, who pur noses locating at this point. Mr. Torter is a lawyer cf considerable nete ia hi former boni?, ar.d Ids law partner, Gay lord Clark, who will arrive to-day, was formerly editor of a daily p.iper in Troy, and lata State's Prison Irv-reotor for the State of Ne York. Th.-y havo visited all ths towns in Nebraska, and finally do termined upon this as th'ir future heme Their families will arrive in the couse of fx fe v days. We welcome th- iu to thir new bom", find hope nnd believe tbev will never have caue to regrrt their choico of a location. We learn they are ilia advance of a large ern'r;raion from the s-ection where thev formerly lived. TvFxtra c pies of the Weekly IIeralu ontaining questions and answers rela tive to Nebraska, can be had ut tho oflice of publication f:-j7"All honorably discharged Soldiers and'Sail rs are requested to meet ut tin Court II ou-e, on Thursday evening, C I inst , at 0 I 2 o'eloe't, far tho purpose oT forniirsr in association. HAES.IED On the C"d i; st., ut Avoca, by Amos Ti fff-, F.--q.. Mr. AnTiifR Cakm ciikl and 'diss M::lv;na S:: .walti a, all of Cas county DIED. N'-ar Oregon, Holt Co., Missouri, on Monday evening, Dee. 21 h, lS'J'j, Jo-r.r:i C. Moork, of Tiireo Grove, Cass Co.. Nebraska. IIUUEFw rOH SALE. The undersigned offers for sale 40 acres of timber, which will be sold in tracts of an acre cr more to suit pur- iscrs. J. SCIIl.ATEX de.'2Cdlw. Jewi'Itr, M.iin St. C-s7"To those wj.shinr; job-work done. wo would say that now is tho tima p.nd the IIf.kald ofilce ij tbe placs?. We on' prepnred to execute work in the neitest etjle and on shiirt notice. FRESH OYSTERS, Direct from CIiic:io, can he had at risli'a Restaurant fo? tlio small puiu of st. per can. dec21dtf TO RENT. Two story frame house sufficiently Inre tr two f.imi lies, j-ocd cistern and well For terms upply to I). II. n heeler i Co. SUBSCRIPTIONS Received at the News Depot, for any (if the Magazines, Periodicals and News Pnrers or the day, at the Publishers jirices. Cv".Vni? is J.T:c fi.vic 1 1 suhfenbe. Oct. 2G. C-IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF READY MADE CLOTHES, Oi; A FUIT M ADE TO ORDER, GO TO S. II. WALK. ER, OLD POST OFFICE. July 16 d tf FOR SALE A small dwelling house and. lot, in a pleasant location. Cheap for ca-h. Enqtiira at tliis office or of J. W. Marshall Rt thr P. O. Nov. 16 dtf D- IT- Wheeler at hozie eg 'n I take pleasure in informing iiiy old business patrons that I cm at home nfxain and established in the General Aeney husiness as of old. Thnnkful for past favors, I now solicit tho p:i: ronae of m7 old, nnJ all new friends to to give me a call. I will endeavor to give satisfaction to all. A'.l Lu.,iness intrusted to my care will receiv my prompt and personal atten tion. Give me a call at ths o'.Z office in the Court House. D. II. WilL'EI.ER, of rm of D. II. Wheeler & Co. PlattsmoutV Neb. Oct. th!2 18C6 DR. M- H. M'CLUSKEY DENTIST- Wi'l rl-i nil xxa- lc in his ',ne on short natics. J3"i-'ltice 'illi Or. I.iv.i:s:va. LP.ROKS O? YOCTn. A pei.tlara.ia h.i u:r-r. d for yesrn from verT ills t'i!.i!:;y, Piiu!urt 1 .-cay, D.i all th efi" c:s . f I trouthf.il aiJ.c:tiin, will, fr the ake cf RiiffziiLij hwmauity, cud liefc to all tr ho n.J it, the reieijt I and directi.tb f.r tial-i.-.K Ihe g.mple ntntdy ly which It win eo.eJ Sufferer wri.-h dg to profit Ly . Hie advertiser's expetiince, Can d .o ly hdd: essi.tt, i in perfect coi.fi Janes. ohn 1! Oi.s, j POST-OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS. 1 nr. MAILS WILL CLE A3 FALLOWS: EASTKir mail will clo at - 9 a. m. M'tTHHiXw - - 9 a.m. NOKTIIfcKS iia.l WESTFRN at - 1p.m. HUM ARE DCS AS FOLLOWS" Frnni the FAST at s - 10 a.m. ' .'F:rH snj WEST at - in a. rn. SOUTH at - 3 p. m. POT-orrir,ii uocm. Open from T a- m to fe p. in. JlVlifanrt'insf'ir mail fl'Me tiTf your nnm fit f mIi I ih' n tli .i u. of yiejr I;ox. -Wh'.n calaair fur !"t'.ii cive tbe number of stamps or a!Luimt vcu w ish to lnv. J. W. MAKSH Ai.T lotnmtT. Plattsmouth Lodge No- 6, A. F. & A- 1. J nfirntMrrnmnianlration- 1-t and 3J Mendnj-j cf eact montb, (it 0 1 a o clock, p. m. E. T. DUKE, W. M J.O. HOWE, S c. Nebraska Chapter No. 3, R A. M ISntn'jr rf.iivipa!:on 2 1 and 4lh VeJnt?Jayj of e.tli lueutn, at 6 I i o clock p m. J. G. HOWS, II. P. J. C CUMVIXS. ?ec I. 0- 0- F. Pl itte Lndir, No. 7, meet pvatt Fnt'irday ert-nicg t llic C. urt l:wr Hull, lifi.tl eis n wlicr Lte aro nsp-'ct fu!;y ii.vittd to visit t!ii Lo!t:p. By or.li-r of A . L. tPHAli L'K, O V. I: UA, Itic. ?ec'y. I. 0. O. T. ;;ul!ir me-tiR every F'iJay evctiicg. Traveling I -uii.ai roapeciluMy iiiviiyu. SAM M. CitAPJlAK, W. C.T. WES MONTGOMERY, W. 8. St. Luke's Parish Vestry. Ri-pular meetinSJ first Tne ly of i-very month. at 7 p. m. Key. uto. t;. K TTS. Ii It. Livingston, Cut. Cbuiunaa HEAL ESTATE JD. II. Whceter &. Go, Real Estate Agents, PLATTSMOUTH, N. T., OJ r f-.r s.ile ihe Vjllowing Uel E tate Sk-e T'p R Acrct K--t half nortlifast qnartrr 2i 12 11 SO V.'e.-t 1 all iinrilinl q'l u'.rl 23 VI 11 8'! -iitli ha f ii' i:t..Mi yunrt r ; -J li S ;..n!i lia'.f sou tu-.int iiM.Aitor Hi 12 .' hO X..r;ln-a-t i; I in.-r IS 11 13 1' -i:riM, n-, -1 ; i..rlt r o-2 11 11 ; VV.-t li ;lf f...nt!i at q'iarlAr -J 11 11 b'l V.irth h iir r. u !..'.i-t qmrWr 16 10 1-i Rn V(h-lia;r ii-it!iH..-t ir;r it II 11 Bi-r 'Ki V, we t qti.irt.r n uiiVP-t qr IK 12 13 Ait- W t h i!f stx.l'hw-'. qn irlc- 12 12 IT f" V.a-t f.a.f !A.o:..-t qua.tt-r 4 1(1 !: W -..ii ! v.- t i:,rtor oliTeMt qarArtor 4 l' V-i 4l o:i !: i-.i'f :i wi'fi H'larlc, 12 12 12. S' X'T'lur-vt qu Avt.-t L'2 12 12 K-0 t li ilf ii illi-.v-. -t qu irtr 13 10 14 N Nortli K..!r -mi I -t q'l -ii tor P 111 13 8i' i Iriit f.i'i liWi'Mt q jarler 10 10 l.'l 8" p- lialf u -rttiwe-t quart .-r .1 1 1 1 1 8v X.i. tin- i-i q-. ,rlrr 21 12 J2 1 t'l.ilivi ! .1 half s.mthvro-t qu , . tr Si 11 12 1C" f .ots in the city of Plattsmouth I.t CI ok L"t I!! -rk L t tlook 6 2.' 12 M 6 2:J :l -jti 9 2- 5 a- 5 :;s .s 3S ri fit. l'l !7 V iir !'-' 9 V1X 1 12 4 V. 4 -; C 8S a lCi- Tlio north li ill" of 3 47 : THOMPSON'S ADDITION. ;.it li 'f r M. rl 1, 4 7, J muJ IS). ' (i I !i f .'f 1.1 -i-k 3 I.. t- C ami 7 i Ll.n'li 5. Wc-t li ilf r-rr: :'.2, ti wn-l.ip 1!, rhBire 14. 1 "' -re- uf.'-r 'tr-;: -, 112 :t'iry rrjAi'ie lio-.ise. ci'U w- 1 u.i -;r,"-, : :J k il r'l-iii'iiL' wa.r. plt-niy of tim i-r l'i .ii c-w !!. I': ii ; i-i Ti J. S. AVi.1 II, B. A FI.INi.MAN S. ADI.ESI & CO , ' .?.VZ DISTILLERS, WINE3, LIQUORS AIID CIGARS XO. 11, LAST .SIOK MAI! K fc T HQ CAKE, St. Josepli, 7tlt. ; oc-j ly ; One door weal of Doneluu'i Dm store . ',. Dealers ia ; ReaNdy-m?.de ClDtliing; GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS JAT.-: CAT.. hOOT. SHOES, 'J:iWA', VALIthH, and a pencral s'm k of OUTFITTING GOODS for I li e Plaiu; alo, ;i iaro lol cf ; R UBB Lll CL O THLYG. R EVOLl ER S 'D YO TI OA'S. We b mclit ln".v r.ii will s ii rheap for c i?l. C.ii. ari l -x in i lit our buck lu-f'Me mi liny any wh re eisi-1 jyl 'o4 V.'iu. S i ADtLMANX i. CO. Buined Gut, BUT NOT DISCOURAGED. T. VT, hryt cl: U agiin at tli-1 bt nid prtpanU owa:t u:(in 1i:h former ctit tii-.t and lii-; jtitl c v!n"ral'y. If y,u wa'i ai ytliit1 11 sh.nt? cf i itrri tuitf or t 'h;iirf nvy him a cii. 3rd wtrr.'t ir.tr .!i.ia, P.artaiuulb, S. T. m:y I7,iiif. MRS- L. B. JONES, Of Xibi.isl.a City, would re rpct'u'Wy inform tl.e la M-i if rijtt-moutli tliat tbe luis taken up htr re-;-iileuce In :1a if plm-e for tlie pui- oe nf CUTTING, FITTING and MAKING if required, Ladiis tiud C'liiliiroo' Drrsncs, Cloaks, Eaj.jtii-s. tic. MACU1XE STITCHXfi done al-i. Al wu kwi'l b ixi-ciiiid with ncatue-s, au.I wl recoive promjit atrenti. il i-'l" wi;l coile-ivor t.i pie :llir.nti;n, ati1 tbtrrfo e sulicitt t:.o l tvoi.av of thv ladies of this place mid vic:iii:y. l:e?ideDi.et vo'uer Mui And 4th tieet. in Aihiraj' .Thatcher, : SuiTi!or to H- Knapp Ballon, DERM I? THiC PHVSICIAW And S TJ II a E ox- Cures all c!s r.f curat ! dipste without niidii-ir.e AumiiL- which re r.inochiii. A-tt.rna, l'hlbifsc. .ut. li')i-uiu;itis.u, ru'eurni'i.i l'araly Li.es of H'Mrinir, dist.i -e of th- Kye C'ai.c "r, '1 liinms, icivl uU. Diain-i l)v-vpi.. Arue. 4c. 4c. M'kcial: lie cures privt: diseases in !1 fjrrus ia a f-'w dav. OiDce at Viutie Va:ly lfoue. ProIalc IVolicc. Samuel II. B hi. Guar lian of the minor children :of 1'tMukl u W. llanaiu, ue'd tf T!,e itxi of kin and t-U whom it may concrn : Tri are he'il.y infrun d that on thu ii:th d-ycf Ociol-r, A D sail (Suaidiaa Ciid n fptirin ii (tie lrohite l.'oui t of C;aj cauruy, X f, the cljact ai.d pray' r cf naid pt ti! ion i to o'l taiti iu 0 del frii:i said Vr u't f.ir the -ale 1 the follow . i; Keal ' state, lo it.- The soush east q aart. r o ! :) 1 orth am s: .j":ir'i rof section 10. towi ship in, 14 tst ff il. e tin p. rn.. in C.s. c. no:y , X. T. 1:!ie Court WAiil.fsr s;-.ul t ;inu on liie iSth dF ef ceiul-er, Ittio, ut 1 o'clurk p. n-.. nt mhich "tune til lerH..n? itit. r'i.-tfd iao :';' r hn I -hi w cause wa sa d praver sl.ou 'I tot le crartrd. if any ther have t.:v ti oiler uty.hai.u tins 3 :h J ,v of O.-mh r.A. ! JuliS . MAHS1I ALL, dn6 4w l'rohate Ju ife IIWELLLVUS Ut ill i fllii . j Any :e -Mna wUWr.g ro pBreh,e Farm-pfiuerrr, ,r Jt-siJeiices ia toiru, ir.il Uo i l;iciu ior ia. ie al Ail r--"- Simpson, Sharp & Co., YLole;a!e Recelvlnff, Forwardinir'and Commission Merchants, PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. Deaths in FAXCYfAXD STAPLE GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIOXS, ST. LOUIS WIXDOW-BLIXDS, GLASS, PIXE LUMBER, SHIXGLES, LATH, PICKETS, ETC., ETC. ' AUtft Agents fur tLe celcbratel SEYMOUR'S NEV YORK Quaker Bov and iolilS 33. Wagons; csc3- X We unite all to Cull and See B N E Louneu Main and Tjiiuu Stui:k tsJi. vttsmoutii N. OUTFITTING CLOTHING HOUSE! IN THE Dpiitr Gents' Furnishing Goods. i3als Cap. Roots, Shoes, IT rem kg, Valines, &v.s &c. -Also n j:irge lot of RUBBER 'CLOTH JaNJO AND REVOLVERS Of airdescriptions always on hand. Call ja nd examine my extensive stuck at the Ifew Masonic Pluttsuoutli, April 10th, I860. W. L. Pw.l ii i lVlUl xmm Pic iuves taken cf all Blinds, Amhrotrpnj, Thotorrrnphs, Gpiti Picture?, &c. A rn J assnTtrnfn!; r.f Case Frumpy, Alhiirns. constantly kpt on hand. Gilt and Ilosowood Mo'.dinrr, or f"ra.nicsi madts to ordr, of any size WM. R. TEXICK, PENICK cv ah Vi'hohtale Patent Medicines, Chemicals, (ilass, Paint?, fi!s, Oil and Lamps, NOS- 3 St 5 SECOND tfS-We are t'.e X"rtfiweterti Wln.ltiii'ii rrt fca i ic luraith thir imicies in any quiiniiiet. tud Retail . a m m FLOUR, DOORS, SASH, MOWER AND REAPER, Wood's Mowers, us, anj Examine our Slock, Simpson, Sharp it Co. Vv M A N . WKST! in Brick Building. TKOI-IAS' n rSillnw U ViiillvJJL 25- M I, UK. LOVING. LOVING, Dealers ia Pure Wines and Liq ior?, Co.t! Stationery, &c GT., ST. JOSEPH, MO- f.:r fcr. T. J-j oe ic Scr, ard Dr. J. C Ave- C i . - t (y ' i tm CITY MEAT MARKET, AND Emnire Eleat Elarket. The u lJ rtylifl ia Dow 're.reil U fr.r. Ik citixens of tbia j lhcc w ilU tl'e berl FRESH BEEF, MUTTOX, VEAL, PORK, AXD BACON. I aUo keep EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, POTATOES, A XD VE G E TA BL F. S, and will pay the highest martlet price fur all kind COUNTRY PRODUCE. WM. F. MOnniSON, Plattfiiioulh, May IS, Jra. WES, MONTGOilERV. CEYLOX WILLIAM. iVTontgomcry & Willains TOBAC'GOHISTS, Pod Office Building, Flattsmoulh. XT. T. Wo ke p constantly on liani a good af jor!ru,,i:t of GIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES. ETC., ETC.. ETC., rrj- nVES T.S A CALL! The la-ch uliint. .1 .!) hangs out Jj"-. lYOOZiWOKTU CO., BOOKSELLERS. STATIONRES,; Binders 5:Papeidealeis, SALYT JOSEPH, -IO., 0'2-'i Ciu rou SAI.K ei"d two Mary I rick titore bnildlnir. 12 hy 60 feet witN rood cell ir; fvr fu' lliei purliiMiIjir- inii!ire of the IU1-ILXn OAK1J OF M'HIIHH I'll LCTOK (GBEEilB ARE BUT OBACK'S STOMACH HIITEIW, afltrr veiirsA of oxierionce mid lri:il, luiva irovon ti 1 tho liest roino ly oxUiut tur all ciii. hunts whore fi l. nio nnd siiiiitihint are n qiuriil. 'liny never full to Mroiithou tho e;ili, i It nrt rigor fo tlie strong, nnd in nil nv-j'f ots ong, nnd in nil nv-j'f ets rr ro.l nnd lirohen-'hm n H 'o lemody I; ls liefii f restore shnttere coiit-titiiiioii!. 'o lemody received with as niueli f. a. llu- BACh'B hlOJIACll 1'ilITEIeS. Ill C'llil -it "it VEIi 50,00 !.t lies ere w l l ! y wis Uriiir-hoiise m tho nt ;.ir. It n :ul niiiii'd lv our uiont li'iiriii-d j'livioi niH tint lir. 'KiiiiACK'S .STIPJ li l-.ll -TKKS eo::iliine tlie Houi -iii-n i f n gentle laA:tt;'.e, an ellicieid !Atjt;-t:uioii gent, nnd the Ivst fdoinnohie knnivn lo J the world. KUIIACK'S Uri'l'KK.S .should W be used by cohvhIom-oiiIs (o :troi)(li n U the prostration which alw.'iys fii!!ois a 'lilo M disen.se. Iu tho II.IOUS ditrieL of tlie Wed im.t Soulh there hns, fur u limy t;iiu, l i eu niuoh needed nil ai liole of w l'i )M A '11 blTTKHS, iihii'li, if taken in .;i.er qiinntdies, nnd nt tho jthii'T Iiiiio, m w a nine preventive of IWioiih l ever. Fever and Ague, Liver Comphiint, l'ys pepsia, Indigostion, Jaumlio. ividin j T Complaint, and nil lifen.es of sirr-ilar nature; nnd ure letter ns n preventive n tot bilious derungomeLt, regulating ND fitiongtliening the -lystein, mid t'iv ing-tono to the digoslivo Airau-i, than any other Uuomii remedy. Now that the Miir ih over, there will l e 1!i'm.ii. seeking homes in ihoS'iilh. N.i j er faon who Value-) l.i.i hie should iio Ihcie without having eonsfantly nt hand the "J5 lUiTERS, as a safeguai.i auuui -pi- ' W deinio nnd ninl.idies emri-mlen d by mi- M Ksma nnd polluted water. 'I'lawler K and nil residents ol the i;ui!i li-.ei -tx l- U tOHl OUNTIE3 of the W.-vt and f-',.iitl,. mid the valley of tl.e lli-sii.i.i .-u.i Uj rd.i. Lines, hoi : 1. 1 .jr.viei. 1 l.eta-i-1 with the UIT'I EUS. 'I I ere i ai !y no one dii-ea.-e with u ha-h miui'.iiid ru o nlllieted w hic h i tlie .-ouiee ol .-o i:..injr ailments as dyspepsia, or as it is more ' rommonly enlled Heur Umiiaeh, and there is no more ceitain remedv than Robnck'a Stomach Bitteis. Thev are M I Dcvcr known to fail. ING CHOI.E15A lias ii!a beii mueh Aliejiih'd by the pul.lie, nid people haTft rewirleil to nil manlier of inedieines to ."irreid the pinresH, but with htlle hiiece-.'". A mho cine and preveutive is tu be fuund in tho t:A or nr. llolSACK'S f-T.NM.tNA-MAN KEMEI'IES. Keep the '...m-:. Often with the 1'ills, nnd invi'irati- th pystein by free u-e of th" l-jl.-'iaaeh letters, or, if the blood be tl.in, iie ti e Purifier. VCU nn invaluable remedy should ba kept iu eveiy fanrlv. Keep Ihe syslern in full vigor and nothing .s to !- ii-ncl from ih.-a-ie or ehoh ra. Till". )l.l UKI.IAUI.E. lo tv.t lo i!M-rived by purchtusir.g nny of the rjuacli nostruiiia Under tho various nnmrs of Kilter. Purchase none other but I 'r. !:H:ACK'H STOMACH KlTTEl:. whi. h ore com pounded of the purest drug-", nud ill which the a!!'.ii?ted can rolv. THW1Z, "WALTON & COMPANY, (Successors to C. "W. Eclack.) SOLE PEOPEIETOB8, jroi.S6.58. CO and 6V JSrtst Third Street, CI'CI'VTN'.V'X'X, O. Are Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Patent Medicines EVERYWHERE. j TU - -: -i . i , ; I f .li w h r!i e : ' y,r-, ' t jMtrd 1 1; i T s-.'tiri rie r. l ' to -u:t prjn; j i c. :, ii tt.r it..e r l,.t . i, r r i r or i , tl. .!. -V i.i.l. AOKS 151 4 o A c 1 K R S lo Hil- :, J and I.ttbri'