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T"We have to nsk thf readers of the
JIeb.lt to bo lenient with an this week.
Our dailj was filled with manor connect
ed with the city rlpct:nn for ereral dav
which we have thrown out ct the weekly,
Lcnco th small nmount ot reading mat
Cs7"Wilf our friends in various parts
of tho count? favor-our renders with an
occasional h tter Riving tbe'local news
of their respective localities.
C7"We refcret to learn that circura
stances wi'l prevent Adjutant Hyers be
ing here on Thursday evening. Notice
will be given of the time when he can
fry.Messr3. Sam!, and Thos. Chapman
returned tvday from a tour of observa
tion ttirftuli tho counties ofLanea8ter
and Saurolers. Thy are much pleaded
with the country, and Mr. Thos Chap
man thinks of 8tting about ten mile
abova the mouth of Ilock Creek.
C57"0ur neighbor dara not deny that
he boastpd about making $230 out of the
City in thi? ordinal. ea contract, but at
terr.pt to excuse h:mse!f by saying we
got $1G0 for City printing last year
We pot cx.ictly $120 in city orders and
were fortunate enough te g t SO cents on
the dollar for tliera. We never boasted
of owning the city council nor gouging
the Treasury out of $250 on a job of work
that was only worth $!50
The best machine for a "Rel
Mr. Wm. Chumsero, of Chicago, III.,
avs: "fbouht one of your machines,
on the reeorr.cud ition of a relative, who
is aent for the " a double thread
Qntrv If the Wii'.cox Gibbs the
best machine for a "relative' What
machine i beat for others?
Fruiit TUui-nJa- Ihn'j.
tTv'The LittU Ji'-oel, of last evening
rery grave: v fays : "Next Monday, April
1st, is All f'.ids day, arid our election
div."' It is the party organ, and epeak,
for its party exclusively.
QThe Rfpuhl'tcin says a letter re
reived from Judge Wm. A. Little, dated
nt Aurora, LI., states that ho m confined
to his ted, and w'-il probably never bi
able to t ike his seat upon the bencb.
T"l"ii.ipIain Wright is in the city,
stopping lit the residence of his son in
law. Mayor Wise. He is on his way to
Oroah-i to report to the (Ion "Command
ing, and will proceed thence to Koarny,
whore hz is assigned f or duty.
7""I: is a query in tlio inluC of many
no, the n: fist, for the family portraits
now bring exhibited in its columns. We
have heard that Mr. U no ones manufac
t'ired n cut of a lara I.uli'tn for that es
tablishment, which never arpeared in
the paper. How is it ? and what nbout
that "mutual ai-sistance V
The '.".'" lii-b' l oriuirms under the
eipoure of the city ordinance printing,
nnd terms it an "infamous fabrication."
Ha do'S not care for the "infamo::s"'
swindle upon tho people, but fortheliht
in which it shows a Democratic City
Government. If anv one doubts our
statement of the affiirs, th?y can sati.-fy
themselves without calling on us or the
editor of the Lilli- Rebel. Let them go
to the records of the city council, and
there thej can find tho proof of the con
tract. In the same place they will find
the proof in regard to the -'4o0 for put
ting a bent under the S-.con l street
bridge. aUo for $311 for pnttwg up
grave stones to show whore tho tax pay
eTs' mone7 lias a'ong M-tin strret.
l'rm FrUiuy' PtHj.
!3"We notiea IIess;r's Garden Seeds
in tho stores about town. Iheyarego
ing off fast, and those wishing to secure
reliablo seeds will do well to "hurry up
2v"That intellectual high toned Dem
ocratic orsan called tho Onia'i i Herald,
which claims to be in favor of the pros
perity of nil portions of Nebraska at
tempts to thro v c Id water on the spirit
of progress in this city by ridiculing our
proposition to issue bonds for public im
tirovemcnts and for High School pur
poses The fact is he Ji ruU is opposed
t every thing that does not throw mon
ey intot he coffers of Omaha, nn l the clov
en foot will peep out occassionally
From uf.. " Daily
.7Mr. Jul.n C. Stafford is in the city
selling Ileadiey's History of tho war,
Those desiring a copy of tha work will
1 do well to get it at this time.
fp-We learn from Mr. B. RuITner, who
arrived from Council ISluffs to-day, that
Mr. Thie'son, Chief E gineer of the D &
M. Y.. Ii. R., is at Glcnw otd looking after
the alTairs of the road.
Q2?"Lieut. EJ. Donovan left for New
Orleans to-diy where he will join hi? reg
iment. Tho Lt. has the best wishes of a
host of friends.
From Ifon-Uty'i Zhii'y.
fJTRev D Mirquett laves for Evan
eton, 111., to-morrow.
fXs?Tho weather hag moderated, and
we look for a general break up soon.
C57"The American citizens known as
"Jim" killed one copperhead vote to
(SThe election is passing off quiet
0 far, with indications of being very
(5?"If a young man likes a girl let
him give her a present, if he loves her
let him give her a future
CMessr. Maxwell & Chapman will
remove t their new quarters, over li nek.
Buttery & Co's ftore, herethey wi'.! be
at all times ready to transact bus'noss
?"TLe ordinanca organ was out this
morning with nn expiring groan for the
"lost cause." It i .ay entirely change th
political aspect of affairs.
(i?A young man of twenty married
widow of sixty, in Wheeling, Virginia
few days ago object, plunder; comrari
son old winter lingering on the lap of
. Cj7"The Nonpareil of yesterday says
two trains from the eant, the firs in U-
days, arrived over tho C- & N. W. yes
terday. The first train had about 150
srldiers, who were going out on the
plains to amuse the Indians. The second
train was full of passengers.
Nervousness and sick headache, caus
es and ccre. Nervous and sick headache
are induced by indigention, costivene
foul stomach, and a torpid state of the
liver. Persons suffering from these com
plaints should avoid ns much as possible
tho too free use of spirituous and malt
liq'iors, coffee and tobacco, and keep the
bowels ,pen,by small but frequent doses
of Roback's Hlood Tills, and pursuing a
regular course of habits, when they w.l
find ttiey never fail to remove the dilB
From TuetxJity'a Vuili.
C37"Adjutant Byers will be in this city
on Tliursday evening, 4th of April, when
he will give a reading at the M. E. Churcl
Among the selections are Pyramus and
Thisbe, Mustered Out, The Black Regi
ment, Parrhasius, The Lost PantAloons
Barbara Fiitchie, Paddle your own Ca
noe, Sale of Old Bachelors, Sherman's
March to tho Sea, Sheridan's Kide, If
you want a Kiss, why, take it, Devil's
Dance, and others.
Q5?IIas the ordinance organ heard
anything of a "bloviating imbecile
around town within a day or two?
fSIIas 'he Little Rebel heard any
thing about "ordinance cjntracts,"
"street crossings," "cheap property" or
?The Columbus Journal says that
Capt. Fiank North has enlisted two hun
drad Pawnees in his batthon for service
on the Plains.
3?"A boy having complained to hi
father that Bill has thrown the Bible a:
him and hurt him on the head, the fa
ther replied : "Well you are the only
member of my family on whom the Bible
evrfr made the least impression."
(l7"If any of the candidates sn the
Democratic ticket failed to receive pro
rcr ventilation tbroazh the colu-nns of
tho IIkrai.u during the last week, arid
feel aggrieved thereat, we beg their par
Ion and assure them it was rot from lack
f will on our part.
57Ed. Hutchinson desires us to fur
nish him freight for the plains, a ho
thinks our statement that he intended
pnnging in that business this summer
h id something to do with his defeat yes
terday. Wo h ivo a full load ready for
him the carcass of Dead Democracy.
("The Nebraska City yews says that
twelve thousand bush-la of corn belong
ing to parties in that city, were consign
ed to Anlrew St. Kerr, for the housn of
BanK, Hamilton & Co., of Ntw Orleans
It understands Mr. K'rr has negotiated
for some forty thousand bushels in the
vicinity of Peru.
pTWe hear Democrats around town
suggesting the propriety of buying some
'cheap property" f r $1,50J for nn
American citizen 17 tho name of James
Walker. Another suggested that his ser
vices be secured to manage a Democratic
paper here We understand Jim objects
to the lttter proposition.
"At the mining works ol Eldorado
Bar, Montana, a peculiar stom, in cod
siderable quantities, is mixed through
the gravel in that richly auriferous bed
These stone? stand tho excessive heat of
the compound blow pipe without abrasion
or either damaging effect, and are pro
nounced by the best jewelers to be saphire
diamond that is, diamonds of the sec
ond degree of value
CvThe libel suit of the well known
spiutuaiist, Mrs Cora James, sgaint
the St Louis D-vwcrat, has just been
tried in that city and resulted in a ver
diet of $1.00) for the lady. Whereat the
Dtitucrat pitches into htr general char
acter savagely end tho jury who gave
her the verdict particul irly.
CWhen James Walker, thr colored
man, presint d his ballot to the Demo
cr.-Hic judges of election yesterday, hn
wa3 challenged on the grounds of reft
Jei.ce. Ilrt ua nuestioned bv Mr. Crow.
a DemocruLc lawyer, and wa decided
by the board t be a le-'al vulr. Hi is
ihe firet and only colored man that has
exercised the elective franchise in Ne
braska. Verily, the spirit cf progress is
viKU'ie in ijiee pnr.
Th" co partnership heretofore existing
between Wra. Stadelmnnn & D. II. Set
gel, unde- th3 name and style of Wm
Stadelmann & Co., is this d y dissolved
by mutual consent. AU'accounts will b-:
settled b? Wm Stadelmann, uho contin
ues businss fit the old stand.
D. II. Seickl.
All penons indebted to the late firm
will be caled on for payment within a
month. Wm. Stadelmann.
march 2S w3.
JaTTunch says it is dreadful to hear !
f . k:Vl M oi;ni
BOUNTY, BOUNTY, BOUNTY.
&10;) rer annum. S?3 1 3 per monih.
and nil h'inorablv
can get n bounty by making immediate
application to D. H. Wheelfr & Co at
their office in the Court Ilmse. All sol
diers will consult their interests by giv
ing us a call at one?.
D. II. Wheeler & Co
All soldiers honorably discharged frcm
the United States Service nrc entitled to
?3,l 3, as bounty for each m)nth service
Under th: all soldiers are entitled to
bounty.. For particulars enquire of F
M. Dorrington, oflise 2d floor of Brick
Clock, cor. Main and Third streets.
N. B. this will include 2d Neb. Cav.
haiie:s at cost!
In order to make room Tor a new
sto:k in the spring, I nin selling off dij
entire stock of Harness, Snddles, Bridles
Collars &c, at cost. All ye that want
anything in mv line, call in, for we are
bound to sell.
Main St. South side. Two doors west
of Tootle, Elanna & Co's.
Feb 28 1 in II. J. Streight
Fresu Osage Or.agk Seeh for 6ale at
$1,25 per pound at
Black: Buttery Co's
Tor Sale or Rent.
A good dwelling house, containing 3
rooms, situated on the hill fronting the
ferry landing, together with seven lots,
well fenced, and under good cultivation.
There are on the premises a good cistern
and out-buildings. Possession will be
civen on the 1st day of March. For par
ticulars enquire of
W. L. or S. L. Thomas.
Direct from Chicago, can be had at
Irish's Restaurant for the small sum of
75 cents per. can. dec21dtf
Received at the News Depot, for any
i.f the Magazines, Pei io.dionls and News
Papers of the day, at the Publishers
("5?"V!ir is the time to subscribe.
' DFl. M H. M'CLUSKTif
WI I i all wo in hi lin! on st.ort notice.
TjTJ-aiJce with Dr. ivu.Fsloti.
J Jiy 6.
rFoa Sale One of Lamb's superior
nHtirg machines the' only kind mode
that widens and narrows. Knqtnri at
riTo those wishing job-work done.
we would say tha novjs the time d
the Ufrald ofiico is the r'ace. We arc
prepared to execuio woik in the neatest
stvle and on short notice.
Corrected by Simpson, Micke!wait& Co
Whea Is rmin in freely. hurrs piyi'if pries
quotid 1'rices In S. L'.'UU fluctuate, some diiyn
fiitn an1 oilier days drooping.
Crn Utiles about the mfi r.o niaikel change
ince labt wctk. Cont act t ;re be icg fi'.l d raj.iilly
l y t ie farmers delivf lin b f ire frp:i:-g work cjib-
VRODrCP ;?iap 12T1i
Wheat Si 9, il l 0 ! Jacket cl.kitU aV'(4w
Cur.i in far 4v"f'l:' N. i
lt t& V,
t-h lleJ '; natter
Oa! 8(, Kan
V nn rnil I ft'; Poiat'.es
r iour l 100 Ri 6 501
r. r.OC r. R 1 Whnlei le
Coffee 0 ?32
i' u -ti
14 3 If.
T-a T3' i Hire
Hire "(( '. j( oiil Oil
.-y;uns 1 2jf( -i 2.M lol'acco
C.il O.I 1 im, Si ap
Lir OU !! ..! Aai.s
foliacco 1 0 2 (ii J
POST OrIGE APwRAUGEilENTS.
THE HAILS WILL CLOSE AS FOLLOWS:
EASTKKN mail will close at - 9 a. in.
SOUTH Ell N at . - 9 a.m.
NOKTHEUN and WESTERN at . 1p.m.
JI IILS ABB DUB AS FOLLOWS'
From the KaST at - - 10 a.m.
NORTH and WEST at - 111 a. m.
SOUTH at - - 8 p. m.
Oprn from 7 a. m. to 8 p. tn.
5" When cal ine for mini ntpase ciTe yonrtirrmi?
ati'i thin the -. of your 11. .x.
OWh- ti cal inr f r la:n;s trive the cutnlier of
stamps or amount vi n wi-h to htiir.
"J. W. JIAKSIlAl.I., Po-tmasti-r.
riattsinouth Lodge No- 6, A- F. &
Pifnlireommnnicatlori lt and 3.1 Mondays of each
month, at 6 I 2 o'cioi k, p. ni.
E. T. DtTKE, W. M.
VT. II. AXIIK OX.S t
Nebraska Chapter 2Io-3, II A- II.
l:-jtl'.tr cciiv-at;oii 5,1 and 4th VednMlayj o!
i h ini'iHh, at 6 12 o'clock p m.
I). 1!. WHE LEH. II. P.
E. C. LEWIS, Sec
I. 0- 0. F.
PI- Ue L'id;e, No. 7, met-i t-rerr -'attim t e-rr.icg
ii i. c nn i-fi'if - i nn. i Kn iiii o M'ler LOi'-.-!
rrfn-if:l y i: vittd to iit th Loriir.
l: order ol A. I.. fPRA-..rE. S.O.
P. P iiA, Hec. Sec'y.
St. t Tike's Parish Vestry.
RUlar fneetinzs firm Tui-slny of i-v y month.
' ! n'- liir. bit). U. It TT.s
it. 11. LlviJCJTOS, Clc-ri. Chainnan.
I. 0. G. T.
liren'xrmr-sim. every FrUay et nini;. T ravelin?
Teiiipl.tr r-pf::iu Iv invite I.
E. C. LEWIS, W C. T.
WES MONTGOMERY, 'V. S.
pA.M'L.M. L'tlAIMlAV, Ln.l.-e p p,.,T
rT"i-.?c r:i. loi:
mi i'h, li I I- r, jr'il i i
E Ll)i-.J , X, 1, Hlatl,
'ion the third Wodnn-
day i-e-iinc o t ci . -it i.
CHAPMAN, W D T.
Bro. W. L W ... 'V n s
ti-ler V. J .Tov--i -ii T, W D V T.
O. H. ltH, ClLBorj l-uiXTOt
Late i-ujt Jiutiaa Afairi. AUor - ai Lata
IRISH, CALHOLN &CS0XT0N.
The aheve m.m-i! et-r-.tti-n-n have as-ri.i!-it
;ln'ni'r:vs in bnpir-e f.: ihe j n pi. of n e nt
init ami c tlfClinp all claims a-aint 'htr t.e.irral
(JoverDiueot, or apainst any tril-e of Indians, a-id
re !' parn.i to .io-ecte ci h claim., t-itht-r t-efore
Concress.or a-iT of the rviiartoio its ut iovi-riiuieiit
or hefi-re the Court of Claims,
li. Ihi-h wilt lievoti- hi pergonal at'entioa to
t'-e hnsine.su at Wathinptoa.
83" Otlice at Xebnaka Crty-cotier of Main and
: t,i tJ.t Ditt' u t lutirt ar th 21 Judicial Dm rut
ici'l.i mid tor .ii'S Ci tinfy, iVtte t JriwW,
Me io'U 1'vung
Bi'l of f muMut
Jltiln.U Tnnni' w
take 11 licr 1h.11 v. I.'liaiu
: y. a if. conii.Uinatit, li'l Hie 21 iUv "f Ap il. A D
! tli J e.dicul Dit . icn.r ll.e Slate i.i p. t-o. mskii. in
, ...., ..,,i..,,h i i i. iimi-. inmw.
M-t'ir:ir reitli tliil il u il il li-.d i lTuiitr.rtKfeii!uiit.
nfier uiir:iAii.- dulv ami lawfully solmmiz rt, dla
w.intonly and cru. lly tra.lucc mii! sland.-r Hie rhr-j
a' ter 01 "c ini laini t M liU nniKhb r, with the in
teniio of iDjurius and dn-tr.ivni,,' Ihe on.l name off
c. lup ailMi , an.l that d leuiuur. rciariiitf!, i nm
iiitiiI dunes i.i.l niiutt itlv nnt) ilPjinaedl y traduce
and al-use 'fie feelingf of C"iiiplaina..t by acl. int tid
ed t xl-t oy the erre ami Iw-l Ine-aof tnplaii ant.
and irn.ter his lifr iuierli e" that defeud mt Ire-
q i irly Bb enifJ here f f om hi- b..m: w.h at tde
ka w;ed' i.r cotiM'iit .f cmplainBiit. ai.d aiilicut
uiiklni.' auy nrovision whatever foi the care of he
Lous h d ff ii durinn her "baenci-, th ruby cruelll
ami wi.fuilj fi lug to t ilni ni.f r i the v ant- ii.i!
nncrrai of con,i,i,iii.ui.t. ai "I ail iex-tiiii; him to
henvy icuniaiy I Brv, nnl that defendant Mliowed'
her ch.Miei) to p irlmii the ne r-eiiK'-s of decen-ed
memheisuf l Omi.lHi naniV f.i mi Iv. desiijn ctly iniei.d
ing itierei y io detr. y the p'-ace ai.d harpines of
cuiiplaiiiHiit iiiid ol co'::iUlimnt ' Mm'iy. ana iu;n
defcudaiit, rtpiinlless of her ma.itl duties nd in
the aiisei.ce 1 1 c-mi .lain int, lid on or about the 8'h
ilav . f Jsi.im v. a L lr-GT. utterly dt set and abun-
dou hi boine kd I family, tliere'-y refu-ing aid at.;
terly f.iiii!ih- to pe f nn the d" ie or an ooeiiieni
wile, in vudaiioii i f li r inarriiiire c 'ntrnet, fntertd
in n h. tir n b( r. .lr,i-.ia Vo nc de'etidant, a. 'l
Wt tin in Y.miu. cxmp'alii.n', and payiu thai saitf
Wil iam You- p l e div ic i ir.im m sa.u ue ennaui
Menu. la You- g, an. I that ihe aid i mi ce coutraul
be declare ! u;il and void, aud tli.il lb bald Meli da
Tonrjr is rrquired to appear and arewiT a d petit on
on or bef re th - 2uth diy of ilay, lsl
By MAxwell & Chapman, his s lioitu s. ap3 4w
Pawnee County, - jiebraska.
The Si.rinu term of this InRiitution. will coin-.
mence on the ISth of March, and niniinw 13 w.rks (
The buildi;. is capahio of aff.irdiiiB stiuiy ami r-ci-;
tation room for more than two htinlr-rt students
'Ihe penple are determined to make th- Institution
a Micce;.; aud will five c-nifornble homes to all
who may ilisire to avail theinseires of the offered
advanlaite : and an no salo.ina r greji-shops are
al'owe l in the county, we olf.-r t . Ihe public iu-luce
ninnts which no other Itittition in the ttate pji
?eshcs students from abroad will indcr th 6pe.-inl
care of the 1 ri eipal
EXl-r.NsES PEK TtK.M :
Primary. 4 M I Anc .-til Lane $10 0.1
Common English ft Mi I l-.c:den'aia 60
I menne'liate 6 50 In-truiueiital Jlasie
Ili-h-r l-"n!;,ih 7 iiO Piano 12 00
Boarding i to 1 per wiek.
Tuiii n n-nt be paid one-half in advance, the res'
at the mt'ldl of th term.
No rharg n made for ie- than one half term, un e.
by aici il c.ntract. Ln-dtictions madi: ou y la cm-
f iitntrai't -a s.ck n'iis.
Kor farther ill formation addrmH. Kl.l FI-IiEK.
Prinr-i,.al, or Got. D. UL'I LEK, I resident lioa.di.l
rruK;ei-. mari-1 im
. ADLFR, B. A. rEISKMAS.
S. & CO.,
Dealers in atl kind- of Foreign a:id Domektic
WINES, LIGTJOES AUD CIGARS
2tO. 14, FASTSJUS .V.I It A KT SQCAJ.F
Si. Joseph, '3t.
SUGA R-COATED, j 3
PURELY VEGETABLE. &
Free from 31enry I tZ'-
ALL MINERAL TO SON,
Ami are, uiiiloiil.tfiTlv, tiie
Lost ri'int'Jy exUmt
SICK AD XERVOI'S HEAD U'ilE :
f ? ' Uiy do, liv virtue
cf n spoci:i atliintv for the
mucin membniiie of the boneU,
thereby remortng the ctui.ics. Asa
they enn Imve no rirnl, being com
posed of the moMt
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
which hare n direct action on the
SPLEEN AND LIVER,
the huppy effect of which can be
seen alter one or two doses. They
Remove the llile,
In met, they nte, n their nnme
"The Life-GiviEg Principle."
Tiiey sonri'h out iliso.'tse nn.l
Rtr:ke"nt ita very root, leaving the
system in the fi ll viirnr of htvilth;
urn I'KKr KCTI.Y IIAItMI.Kss I
I N FA N T-S ' K I I-: ItS'.i.N -1 ' K T 1 1 K
MIST HKI.U'ATK CuNsTUU
TIONS, ntid nro a
SAFER, SURER AND BETTER
thrin lias ever liefore been nrnihihln
In niankitnl, mul. beini; tlm Ulv -
liAK- l I r.l I. lire esini-lallv . hij. t
e l na I1KMKHV r 'i: i ll 1 i.i-I.KN.
nini persons hf have n dread of
f:i:i,;(.iii'; n pill. 1 bey are, nn- hrrl
(fiieitionaldy. one of imr must '
:lIll:M-inry l AI Ml li I u:, - s
and no liniii-lnil J
PRINCE. WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Pr. C. W. Rnlmck,)
Nos. 56, 58, 60 62 East Third St
CINCI"A T I , O.
Are So!d by a!3 Druggists and
Dealers in Paten rVIedicines
Any re i.u tviyhir.jt to porrbae Farm-property, or
Ri-idctices ia tewn will flod them for taie a. &U
mt1. Rial Ustati A&xrv
X and no luni-t-li.. .i .
X v shoiii.i iwith. A V A
N. A '
. d. sixrsoy.
Simpson, Mickclwait & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
xxca tesimtooat Agents,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
DOORS, SASH, WIXDOW-BLiyDS, GLASS,
PIXi: AXD COTTONWOOD LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH.
PICKETS, ETC., ETC.
B . NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Main and Third StreetsPlattsmoutii N.
OUTFITTING CLOTHING HOUSE!
Gents Furmsliing Goods.
:i.-.ts fJnp,' Boots, SSaoes, Trunks, Valises, &c. Vc.
Vlso a prge lot of
RUDOZR. CLOTH IN 3 AND REVOLVZRS
Jf all descriptions always on hand.
T Call a d examine my'exlersive stock at tht
ISTew V2nsoiio Bric Bnilding.
23- OT757L. Go,
Plattsmouth, April 10th, 8CG.
UK. R. TENICK,
Chemicals, Cass, Paints, Oils, Pure Wines and Liquors, Coal
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS- 3 &. 5 SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO.
lirffi arr the Nnrthwrjtcrn holeale AgtrtfJfor.Dr.'D. Jayse Sod, and Dr. J. C. ircr Ci.,
a ail cau furnikh ibkir euicik( in any quantilua, Jan28 ly
OFFICE IN MASONIC BLOCK
I LA rrSMO V TH, SE3 !:A SKA .
Lot 8 in block 47, good residence. Wi ll and out-u:lling-.
Let t in ltnck 2 a rd two-try rfsidenc.
nick lia-rni.bl, wel . bi a nml u'lur outljai.dun:.
A i'iirf chance for h Kno.i i VfHtnient.
I. t 11 m Mi rk 17.1. I ui 'line wiio two rooun ami
"liar Cioi'ii cLji re fur a mi. ill 'it.l.
Lot 10 in likK-k 27, p td reidencc, with all tb
I' Ceb I J OUtlllll ill' P9
W-t hlf ol se-iiln 85, town 12, rarpe 13. togeth
er crfH vt t:miier- Dne hn oeil acn un-
di-r cultivation. K;grit mi:es from Hlaltf month,near
An in.pniv.il faim i f eifh'y cie.. ifoml hon;e.
rl, i tif , n i'h five ncri s o god tiiijber,
Eiglitr rre of land. lr'T iaiprorel, two an a I
hill milra from ibe city.
160 acrr of parlly tmprovrd 1 n i, wlili 4iacr of
yi-nui' tini'"-r , llu; u! 4 n ii - I. h i f ti.wu.
L'n ier the p i.v .-. n-! i .; f 'he "e r;
Lrislainre, arproe'! Feiir .a:y lot, 1.07. lut t,
of Te r.to. i i w r.nt hum .v '. :
f ir trim it i ir. fli i or ; .. n y i
KR'l.il V' riit tn.; i pr'eu' . .
In'ertt a f t Ja i:iry Int. I '.7. lal wi'l Ke
a'n riht 'aic vriiii inte-'t y J "
1S-.3. A. K'K'NTI i.Te-. T ' is.
tinuta, February 20th, 1S6T. 27
c. n. KING
Carpenter ar d Joiner
CONTSACTOIl and Bu T DES,
Wttl do work in ! line with n rstne.i an piMc,
. trpea laort ntic.
ED WD LUTTERY.
N. J. SHARP
Boot & Shoe S";ore!
J. TEROCK-ORTON & SON,
at their old .-tan l,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIN bTRKET,
PI.ATT.SMOUTII, - ... N. T.
We keep constantly on liand a la-gn aortment
Eastern Hois & Sii e
SHOP MADE WORK,
which we will aell at th Iotti-kI ca-b n lues.
12' ; airing thine at sol: rt no
tice. . ESJ-AI! Work Warrant d. '
J. TrUOf'KJICI'.TON'. A. Ii:ECCKMO.".TOf.
Oct S 'C6 f ;
F URN ITU EE",
Cab.iret - Work !
Flvine riTa-ced hin hhfp nnd ?al(- riv-m wrm d
re-pMtfi'lly run rd ih ptopie in this .cii.i:y tha
he can furiii-h thrm w th th Tt-ry lesi Irii in i
Chair, or o l:r C:l'inet-wirk, at the mo! navn
ahl rates. I hn:i k?- p cr.n-tantly on ban4 a iarpf
arrr.n' ol i-m II ork. and am !-o .r- pai-ri
to nr.anaiaciu unvihmff in tny lrne on !iori ntHice.
A larga a-.-.uji rt i l Kacy tuaiie Cc ISn k.-pt a)
ai! tiniM. C.i'i ta i examine rev stock ar. J priced
JelO dw tf p. BOfcXK.
Parm for Sale.
One of the lent Farm In Can. county, of lt'rfl or
320 acre, at th" c mice or tho purchtn'r. The mu
aiion, water pi i.lee, huildinKi, tiniher, c, ten
der it a verr ili sirahle frm. Inquiie of liou. tf.im'l
M.ixweli. at the Court house ia Haiti-mouth, or the
oa uer, on ihe premises, on Cedar Creek, VI mile
we t of Platt.-raouth. 'I'h- stock and ai;r'rnltural
implements of the farm may be boOKht with it.
f e b-.'2 :f A . L. CHILD.
A. L. SPRAGUB
OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE!
AH kind of Pr educe taken in exchange for rood.
I keep the very tea ot poods, and am bouud to
ell them as c'.i rap any heose In Ihe city.
STUPPY & BEHR,
Xo. IS North Fifth Street,
ST. JOSEPH, ... MISSOURI.
PIANOS, ORGANS MELODEON ,
Violin., Gu'tar, F!ue", Accoi1eon, Flutinas, Mu
sic Hooks udMi ui Music. Gruuine Italian and
(ieu b 'i' rt b.atjn a tLd.
BUT NOT DISCOURAGED.
T. W. Shrynck is deain a' the old slnnd prepared
to wait npon hi" former customers, anil the publie
generally. If you want anything n haw of Farni
ture or Chairs, t-'ive him a call. 3rd street near
Main , Piattsmuul b , N. T. mHyl7,dtf.
MRS. L. B- JONES,
Of Nebraska City, would re rectfnlly Inform tha
la'li'' of Plattsmouth that she has taken up her res
ilience in ihif place for tiie purpose of
CUTTING, FITTING aud MAKING
if required, Ladies snd Children! Drew, Cloaks,
Basques, etc. MArillSE iTITCIllXO d.iue also.
Al work will he executed with Deal oe.-s, and will
receive prompt attention. She will endeavor to give
satisfaction, and therefore solicits the patronage of
the laJies of this place and vicinity.
Ketideuce, corner Vine and 4th street. in Adsms'
brick- nor!'! tim
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PRINCE. WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. W. Potck.)
No. 56, 68, 60 & 62 East TMrd7
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