Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, October 17, 1867, Image 3

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    Ehc Strbradfen Sicratd.
LOCAL NEWS.
"Go to Clark & riumraer'a for your
Q'iecnware.
m
"Lar.caster county has given her
Republican majority.
5TWm. Ileroltl, Esq., has gano east
to purchase another heavy stock of goods.
(JBUck, Buttery & Co., have been
making improvements id their drug store.
("WUd geese are quite numerous,
and our sportsmen are having a fine time.
(T5rNew Goods at Clark & Plumtner'a
at prices oT 'Gl.
(rThey are having a lively campaign
in Kansas on the question of female suffrage-
kj"Tbo street commissioner has caus
ed a new floor to be laid n See nd et.
bridge.
(J?"Clark & Plummer call attention to
t'r. -i r l irge and caret u!ly assorted stock of
IS-jw Goo Is.
("The steamer llensley is hereafter
lo run betwsen Omaha and St. Joseph,
insteid of Leavenworth and Omaha.
CTS. Duke, Esq., lelt for the east
On Tuesday. He has gone on a visit, and
will be absent two or three weeks.
C5?"Several fine brick buildings have
been erected at Ashland this summer and
the place has a general appearance of
prosperity.
.
3Mis9 De-pa:n, one door east of
Schlaters Jewairy Store, has jut receiv
ed her fall stock of Millinery which em
braces :1 the latest eastern fashions.
5?"A gentleman from Saunders coun
ty informs us that the entire Republican
ticket in that county was elected by fif
teen or twenty majority.
Ther appears to be great d. fa
culty in getting a jury in Douglas CJUJty
for the B iker wine. Nearly every one
brougtit up has formed an opinion.
. m
CTClark, Porter & Erwin have re
moved thuir law o.Uce to th-j room 1 Uelv
occupied by iho county Clerk and county
Treasurer
rhe Dem cratia guns in the eat
this year ts accounted for on the princi
pie that the drouth has caused the people
tj drink more whiskey and less water.
'IlorEwivES Favorits'" Sue has the
Best Chemical Salerntus proved itself.
liring alwavs full weight, and the very
best q-viiity.
.
P7".- Duke, Esq., Republic m nomi
nee f jr Trs.nurer of C is county receiv
ed a majority of one 07vr his opponent
in t!i? f.inioin proeinct of Ro.-k R'uiTs.
- -
p"L,itdips, rail and examine thelarg
at,rti;i?tit cf fashioi.able Jre3 roods
ar,d trimmirg just r.ceived p.. Clark Sc.
riu turner's.
fJSee adtertiscmf.nt of Staule Sc.
Anderson in this issue. Tiiey have as
fine a Ftuck of g od as can be found in
the west, and are proverbial for their low
prices.
(r?"The offices of tha county Treaur.
er and county Clerk have been removed
to the new fire-proof rooms where the
fin-hives of the county will be Safe from
fire.
("Grtat credit id due the men who
nvased the county on the R. R. Bond
question. They placed the question in
its proper light before tha people, and
the peiple endorsed it at the polls.
(T"7" Sarpy is the only Democratic
ounty on the river in Nebraska, and her
rmjorities are growing small and beauti
fully lefs each year. The State to-diy
has a clear Republican majority of over
two thousand.
("Remember that Dr. M. II. McClus
key, Dentist, will be at Salt Creek Tues
day Oct. 22nd , and will remain 3 davs
only. Persons Desirous of having their
teeth repaired or new one.s inserted can
re accommodated by calling at Warbrit-
ton's Drus Store.
horse power saw mill has been
in operation in the rear of Amison it
Dovey's store for two or three days, cut
ting in two that large pile of weod. It
is quite an improvement over the old
fashioned buck saw.
5TClark St Plummer have just open
ed splendid stock of Ready Made
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods
At reduced pries.
C"Four or five teams have been kept
at work for the past week grading on
Secind St. A considerable amount of
ar'h has been removed from the hillside
to Second St., raising the street about
two fett.
"PWe learn that a fire ocaurred in
Glenwood last Monday night, consuming
two harness shops, one millinery estab
liahment'and one saloon The buildings
and contents were a total loss. We have
not heard how the fire originated, nor
what the loss is estimated at. Our in
formant thought there was no insurance.
CSFrom parties just in from Linoola
we learn that building is going ahead
rapidly. Two buildinss have been com
menced ssventy-five ty fifty feet each,
aul a large number of smaller ones.
Most of the buildings ommenced are to
boofstont, of whioh there is an abun
Jace, and that of the verj best q jality.
dCustom made Boos & Shoes, war
ranted to excel any offered in this mar.
ket, at Clark & Plummet'-.
CMr. S. I. Long, who resides on
Four Mile Creek in this county, brought
to the city last week a squash which
beats any thing we have yet seen or
beard of in Nebraska. It measured ix
feet one way and over five the other, and
weighed 118 pounds. It is of the varie
ty known as the Mtramoth Squash.
("From the manner in which the
News pitches into Lamaster, McConiga,
Renner, Back and others of Otoe county,
we conclude that those gentlemen done
much towards the acheivement of the
recent Republican victory in that county.
They are all good workers, as the result
shows.
C"R. Spurlock has been the recipient
of a vast amount of nbuse from the cop
perhead papers of Nebraska during the
past two years, in consequence of his
having thrown out the vote of Rock Bluffs
precinct. He has just been elected Clerk
for another two years, and received the
largest vote of any candidate on the
ticket, and ran ahead of the ticket in
Rock Bluffs precinct.
C7?"The Packet company's steamer J.
II. Laccy was sunk last week twenty
railes above St. Joseph. She was on her
wav down, and had on board a quantity
of wheat shipped by Simpson, Mickelwait
Sc Co., of this c'ty. This leaves only the
Colorado and St. Joseph in the Packet
line.
CTlTDe Forest Porter left for the east
yesterday. He goos to bis former home
in New Yonr. for a short visit and for the
purpose of taking part in the political
campaign in progress there. Mr. Porter
has r -.-tided in this eity about a year, and
we doubt not he will be able t convince
many of his eastern friends of the supe
riority of t'lis country.
f?"B.rne-, at the News dpot, has
just received & new supply of Stationery,
Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals
of ail kinds. In changing proprietors
the affairs of th news branch became
somewhat deranged and 'papers did not
come regular, but hereafter papers can
be bad on time.
C7"The largest 6tock of ladies and
childrcns shoes in the city will be found
at Clark & Plumma-'s.
rTDr. McClusney. Dentist, will be at
Ashland on the 22nd., and remain three
days. We can recommend the Dr. as
being a first-class workman. He has
done a largi amount of work for resi
dents of this city, and we have yet to
hear of the first complaint of either his
work or his price.
CQuite a Radical Revival has been
going on in Liberty precinct during the
present year. Spurlock and Duke each
received a majority of the votes in that
preciuct on th 8th. It is the Erst time
tht a Republican was ever known to car
ry the presinct.
i
ST We learn that Gov. Butler is lying
seriously ill with fever at his home in
Pawnee eountv.
5?"The Episcopal Mite Socieiy meets
this evening at tho residence of Mrs. E.
II. Eaton.
TThe editorial excursionists have
returned from their trip over the Union
Pacific Railroad.
kiTProf. J. Mueller, of Council Bluffs,
is in town for a few days. All persons
wishing to consult him on Musical mat
ters will leave ordeis at the Platte Valley
House. He is agent for the sale of the
celebrated Steck &. McCummon Pianos,
and a!so attends to tuning and repairing
ad kinds of Musical instrumrnts.
j"T7e publish to-day an advertise
ment from Mr. Morris, Architect and Su
perintendent of the building of the
Capital it Lincoln. We hope some of
our builders will bid upon this work.
We sn i no reason why they cannot do the
work as cheap as any others.
Q'tJ'C. E. Forgy, Esq., has just return
ed from a trip down the river, where he
h is been taking orders for his celebiated
plows. Ho informs us that he has taken
orders for over five hundred plows, be
sides his immense trade in this c.ty and
county. He will put in an engine and
otherwise materially increase bis facili
ties far manufacturing early next sea
son. If we had more such men in this
vicinity as Mr. Forgy, it would be a good
thing for the country. Energy, perse
verance and thoroush advertising is
bound to win if you follow a legitimate
and useful business.
5?"Latet styles Hats and Caps to be
found at Clark fc Plummer's.
MARRIED.
October 9th, 1SG7, at the reidence of
the bride's father, in tbis city, by Rev. J.
J. Roberts, Mr. David O. Shoofmax and
Miss Emma J. Montgomery. All of this
county.
Cauuot be too highly spoken of.
Mr. George Motley, of Frankfort Mills,
Rochester, N. Y.,says: "Ihave used your
machine for sometime in my family.
Too much oannot be said in its favor. It
is the only Sewing Machine I have found
yet, that will make as strong a seam as
is required for stitching Bolting cloths.
the peculiar elasticity of the stitch allow
iog the greatest strain on the seam, with
out the least danger of ripping or break
ing." Letter to Wilcox & Gibba S. M.
Co., May 1, 1666.
R. A. MASONS. All members of Ne.
braska Chapter No. 3 are sommoDed to
attend regular meeting of the Chapter on
Wednesday evenine Oct. 23, at 6 1-2
o clock. Important business.
D. II. Wheeler, II. P.
Desirable Property for Sale.
One dwelling noue, wiin seven roams,
cellar, barn, and 4 acres of ground well
set with fruit trees, shrubbery, &c.
D. Marqcetti:.
Enquire of S.Duke, Agent. mylG
KEEP COOL !
The undersigned has his superb SODA
FOUNTAIN in operation again in the
Post Office building, and tho lovers of
this delicious beverage are invited to
call and see him. A good assortment of
Green and Dried Fruit will be kept on
and. O. F. Jouxso.v.
june lOd&w.
DR. M- H. M'CLUSKEY
DENTIST-
Wl'l tin all work In his line on short notice.
JEOtilce with Xr. Livingston.
JulyS.
PLATTSMOUTH MARX.fc.TS.
Corrected by Simpson, Mickelwait&Co
What Owing to the difficulty of ehipoing bnyerj
Are not pnrchaaiog frely, aod prices are not a fl m
as last we-jlc; we quote at 91 501 69 with down-
wa d te nd-ncy.
Corn No transactions In corn none ooming lu.
PRODUCE
Wheat $1 HOrtl 6"
Poap lOiffil-)
Mackerel, kilts, 2 30j.3mi
Xnile 94J15
Hutter 25
Potatoes 1 to
Corn in ear
4. (fjo--if,
1 25
" blielled
Oats
Crn iiim1
Flour 1 100 &s
5 Ml
OROCER1ES Wholesale
GROCERIES Retail
CofTee
CoBee
3S.fi .10
?uKar
T.-a
Kice
Coal Oil
Tohacco
A. an
IoiJiJi)
CO'ta'ia
14 if 15
70
T5l 65
Sugar
TVa
Kice
Cyrupa
Coal Oil
Lr Oil
Tobacco
175: lilt!
1 IX'I
2 Oil; Sails
75J2 HO)
Flattsmouth Lodge No- 6, A. F. &
A. HI.
Roiriilarcommunicatiori lt an J 3J Monday t of each
Tiomn, at o i o ciock, p. in.
K. T. DUKE, W. M
V. H. ANDERSON, Sec.
Nebraska Chapter Ho- 3, R A. M.
lVnuNr convocation 2d and 4th Wednesdays of
e u n mourn, at o l i o clock p in
I). H. WHEELER, n.P
E. C. LEWIS, Sec
I. 0-0. F.
Pl itte Lodge, No. 7, meets every Saturday evening
it tlieC'urt Hoiib Hall. Kfothers o other Lodges
in' rcspHctiiiiiy n vittu to visit this Lodge.
By order of p. P. OASS, S.O.
M. McE-WAis.Ree.Sec'y.
I. 0. G. T-
Re?nlarmeetls every Friday evening. Traveling
1 imi'lar respeciiuiiy invited.
WM. L. WELLS, W.C.T.
W.M It. MATni, W. 8.
fAM'LM. CHAPMAN, Lodce Pfputv,
ry-KXCELSUR DE REE LOf)'?K, No. l.Plntls
moiih, h'd'N rr-c'ila- mpetius on the third Wedn'-c
day eveninss of each uionru.
tiro S. V. CHAPMAN, W D T.
Bro. W. L.Wm i..W U S
Sifter E. J. iluNTU jukiit, W DVT.
J3-5TAUO? 1 I II LOIGR No. 8. Mt. Pleasant,
h- I'ls refill;!- metincs everv atiiriav evetung
Bro- K. A. KIKKPATICICK, W. C- T.
II. T. nCttHK.4. W. i.
Bro F. M TIMBLI.V, Lodf,-e D' puty.
EXOtU.OR l,.i,lKc. No 9, Ashland, holds
regular rn.-etiiigM evi-i y Tuesday evrniutr.
liro. A. MAKBLt, W. C. T.
HrO. W B WiRBRITToN. W. .
Bro. J. J. Wuonow, L.D.
3-FIUED!'HIl LODGK, R.,ck B uffs Uepular
xueciiogs evtrry Tharfday evening
JOS. PIEItT, W C T
T B SMITH, W gcc.
St. Luke's Parish Vestry.
R-gnlar meetinns first Tnes lay of every month,
at 7 p. m. Rev. GEO. C. B -TTS.
K R. L: visosto.v. Clerk. ChairiQin.
police to all whom it ltiay
Conccrn.
Notice I hereby Ki'n that the Cincinnati Home
Iusurai ce Company having r- moved W.K (."r.wford,
laie Ke-id. nt ASt ui at Pia'tmoiuh, Nelira-ka, for
mi stimnagenv nt of th- ii business and enibezzlenietit
r funds; all panics holding Pol cies of Insurance ol
saiil Comiiany art leqmn d to ieprtsuch Policii- to
W W KKWIN. H sidi nt At-nt at PlattHraoiith,
within t n dataflow ihs date or such policies will
he deied cancelled hy the saiil Company.
KOB'T II. EI1I.E,
Cctober 8d, 1807. 2w General Agent.
Ijeal IVotice
H. D. riathaway, )
v. V Attachment.
Raymond. Miner A Co )
Take notice that nn the 10th diy of ?cptemher,
1 D 1S6T, J.-.iues O'N-i l, a Justice of the Peace in
and lor Pittnionth Precinct, Caa County, Nelir iska,
issued an ord--r of attachn e it for J7 i0 Hollars in
t-e above entitl"d caus-t and thit und-r and hy vi'
tie of said oid-r3 Accord oiw, 4 Violins, S Vio'in
B. xs. 2 Ban 'os. 4 Violin Bows, 2 Finger Board? anil
6 ioHo .-crew were izi'd asjotir property. Trial
ol said ran-e will e had on the 20tti day of Oct. ber,
a D lcC7, at tuv o'cloik p. m
II. D. HATHAWAY.
By Maxwell A Chapman, Att'ysfor Plt'f 8
JUST RECEIVED
And for sale at low figures,
10 kt COFFEE. 16 W SCGAK,
6 hbla DR Y AITLES, 5 hhla DR 1' J'EA CUES.
H-c , Ac. Also, a large assortment of
Pine Lumber,
LATH. SirfXGLES. DOOUfi, WIS DOW SASH,
WISOUW BLISVS. GLASS. UEMEXJ.
PLAHTEX rARIi, JIAlI!, COAL OIL, Etc
LEXINGTON COAL,
250 bushels, to which we invite the attention of
Blacksmiths and others as to quality and price. We
are Agents for the GOODlN COAL uANK.at Lex
ington, aud propose tt furnish all the Coal his
country wants at pi ices to suit. Also a large stock of
Rye, Bourbon and Star Whisky.
Cherry, Raspoerry, Blackberry and Ginger Brandy.
Call and see us.
gIMPSOS, MICKELWAIT A CO.
je6d3 wtf
Irgal Notice
Thomas Officer a' d 1
Charles A. White, Complainants !
vs f In Chancery.
Franklin Culen. J
In paisuaore and by virtue ot a decretal order to
me directed from the office of the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of the 2d Judicial istrict of Nebraska,
within and for Cass county, bi-aring date on the i'ilh
day of November a o 1S62, being ti.e ai.journed
October Term of id Cou't; I, te suu-criber, Mas er
in Cbancerv of said Court, will offer f ir sale at pub
lic vendue for ca-h, to the highest and bet hiilder.in
front of the Court-House iu the ci:y of Plattsmouth,
Cas- county, N. braska, on
JIOXDA Y. the 2SfA day ictdher, A D 1SC7,
at 1 o'clock of said day, the following described real
estate t- wit: Tne northwest quarter of section
twenty five (2-), In township no tw-ive (12), norm of
range no twelve 12), east of th Oth p m. In Cass
county. 'ebra-k; Toother with all and singular
the improvements. hereditaments and appurtetiancea
thereon or thereunto belonginp, to be sold as the
rior-rty of the above name I defendant to satisfy
said decree, the amonnt of which is the sum of
iji7.22 and interest from the date of s.id decree at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum. t 'Rethtr with
costs of suit and sale. Wit. F CA PIX.
Master in Chancery.
T M Marqnett, S 1. for Compl't. 26 4w
rlaea to get cheap Lamps and Lamp Chi nine
I. iBLA0r, BUTTERY V.
NOTICE
Is hereby given to the Grand and Pelit Jurors, who
wero summoned to app- a- on 'he 21 dav of Sept' in
ber A o ist7. (-aid Term of the District Con.t hav
ing b en ailjoumed to the 21st day of October, A D
1H67.) they will be required ti appear at or bef re
eleven o'clock of said day. Given nndcr my hand
this 13th day of te;temter, a n 1C7.
J. H. BROWS, Clerk.
sei !9 3w By t,. Well. Deputy.
F A T T? "R A n TT R
"
SCALES.
tt2' "Zri.f or ALL Kt!r8-
zZ&tri& Fairbanks, Greenleaf
IX jU-,
226 2 18 Late St Chicago
il irktt tit , St. LvuU
CJBe careful to bny only the Geuuine. myy22
A-
SHANNON'S
Feed, Sale and Livery
STABLE.
Main St., Pi.attsmo
utu.
I am prepared to sc-ommr date the public sit
Horses, Carriages and IJuggies,
Also, a nioe Hearse,
On short notice and rensonable terms. A Hack will
r un to steamboat landing, and to all pai Is of the
city when desired.
mr29 J. W. SUANXON.
WANTED
4 GENTS $1.50 per month, evervwhere. male
V and fema'e, to el the OEXIIXE COM11..S
SEXSE FAMILY SkWISG AACHIXE, the
greatest invention of the as . Price H. Every
Machine warranted thiee years Audit's,
M. Lewis a co ,
t.epl2 4w P. O. Box 003 St. Louis, Mo.
aLcal Notice.
In the Dintrict Court 1l Ju licial Mstrlct,toithin
an for t 'i County, Xtbraolca:
Charles s. Wortuian, )
vs y
John Allinson. t
John Allms.n, of the Territory of Montana, will
take notiro that Charles 3. Wortman, of the county
of Cass and St tfe of Nebraska, did on the 10th day
of September, 1S67. file his petition In th" District
Court of the 2d Judicial District, with asid for Cass
county, Nebraska, aa-nst the said John Alliuson,
d fondant, setting lorth that the said Joh . Al inson
vave a morlifape to tli' Ban! Charles S Wortman on
lot 5, in section in township 12. north of ranee
14, east of the 6th p in, containing 2i acres, and the
northeast quarter of northeast qu .rter of section to.
5, in township 11. north of range 14, east or the 6th
pm containing fo ty acies, to secure the payment
of the sum of JWt, with interest at 10 per cent, per
annum, accord nt to the teims of a certain note re
ferr d to In said morttcape, and pravius; thit said
John Aliinon may pav .-aid sum now cla ni d to be
due, with inteie-t at the rate tit ten per cent per
unum from th" l.ith d-iy of May. Is66, or that said
premises may be -old to pay the -am", aod the said
Jobn Alliuson is notified that he Is required to ap
pea and answer said petition on or before the 3d
Mouda. after the .1.1 dav of Octoher 1S67.
Plattsmouth, septembei lotb. 167
Cll IRI.K S AORTvlAN.
sei 12 4w By Msxwel! fr Chapman, Att'ys
LADIES'
Ice Cream Saloon.
Vp Stair, one door tomt of Black dt Buttery'
Orvg Store.
Where we set up th very bet quality of Cream
and take plesuce in serving it by the dish, or we
have small Ire xers, and can siij.uly church fairs,
fe-tiva Is, parties 01 families with auy quantity , on
short notice.
Also, below, we have the best assortment of all
kinds of Fancy and Stick Candy, Fruits, Nuts, To
baoeo. Choice Cigars, etc., to be found in the city.
jy otn . 11. J. STKEIUHT.
J. N. WISE,
General Life, Accident. Fire, Inland and
Transit
INSURANCE AGENT
Will take ri?k at reasonable rates In the most reliable
Co i-anies in the . t ited states.
tj-umce at tbe book store, 1'ia err outh, Ncbras
, niay21dlf
FAKM For SALE CHEAP.
The wnll Iui' wti farm of S. 11. Cummins, situate
two miles west of riafl mouth, on the Denver road,
with the ti'.-:ber the-, t , is for saie verv cheap.
App.y to J t . CL .UM I N. ou the adjoining farm.
Also, lots 7 and block 14. in I'lattsuiouth.
auK'1 f
PLOWS! PLOWS!
C. E. F O 11 G Y ,
Manafa:turer of all kinds of
Far ill in? Implements,
u"b as the celebrated Rod Breaking Plows, Mould
Hoard Bre.iker-, Stirnni! Plows. Siuk'le and Kouble
ihovel-. Cultivator and Harrows. Itepuirit.e done
n short notice All wo-k warranted.
llHvinchad much exprien e in the business. I
feel assured ih.it t can ifive general s itisf action.
Please give nie a call btfore purcbasing elsewhere.
U. . . fUKUl,
Plattsmouth. Neb., May 8th, 1967.
lVm. II. Liciiike,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
ONE DOOR WEST OF NEW BAKERY,
Plattsmouth: Nebraska.
iec7 1SC5 tf
IMON OCrC.tOLTE
ACQ. WEDOMSKT
Obernoltc & WedoniNhy,
Brick Stonemasons,
A XI) I' LA S TElt ER S,
All work in their line done to the best satisfaction.
and as cheap as hy anybody else
Address, rtoltmoutU, Stb., P. O. box 545. (augT
TAKE NOTICE.
Bounty Increased. Pensions dut Sot'
diers aid their heirs.
F. M Dorrinif ton hss this day received from the
Deuartnient. the Law In full with new blanks for the
collection or additional Bounties and Increased Pen-
sions. and is ready to prosecute all such claims as
may be entrusted to his care. Cal and examine.
list claimed Is first served.
F. M. D0REINGT X .
Plattsmouth, Aug. 10, I86rJ.
I)1VCLLI(S at all price
Any pe-sons wishing to purchase Farm-property, or
Residences in town will find them for sale at al
prices. By
nirT. Rfal Estati Agkkh.
lOTICE.
JAMES O'KEIL is my authorized Agent for the
collection of all acmunrs due the undersigned for
medical services; his receipt will he valid for the
payment of any monies on said sec- nnts.
AUgUst 14, 13D. K. A. L.I IXjS 1U.I, M.U.
IVOTICE
Is hereby Riven that lot 2. in block 26. as published
In liel nqoent I i-t, on which the taxes amount to
12.60. -hould have been adv. rtised as lot 2. in block
fit), and .be same is hereby advertised for sale accord
ing to law. 8 Dl'alE, Ireasurer
sepia aw t,ass county,. en.
II. G- Wortliinsrton
Attorney and Counselor
AT LAW.
Office in Karbach'a Block, corner of Douglas and IStfc
streets, Omaha, Nebraska. aup!4
AND
WOOL- CARDING.
Hof for Salt Cre k. where you can kill two birds
with ore stone, get your Gra n Ground and Wool
Carded a the same tiro-; the machinery for both is
in terfect order. We use tne Patent Machine Cards,
which were tun enough last year to establish their
superiority over the old kinil, as al whonsed the
can testify. The Fnperioritv of Mr. S. 'I wiss as a
Carder is well know n, anu nis services are still te
tained for tbe benefit of the public. With the above
advantages we flatter ourse Ives that we can make it
to the aJva" ta?e of all who want work in onr line
to come tbis way. D. DEAN. Proprietor.
niyn a. TWisa, varar
ATTENTION
W. are Just In receipt of onr FALL AND WINTER tock of
DRY GOODS,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Hardware,
ftueensware,
Iron, Nails,
Groceries, fcc.
SCHTJTTLER WAGONS constantly on hand.
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Tlolinc Plows and .til kinds or AGRICITIjTITRAI.
mPI.ETIEIVTS.
Which we Are selling at the lowest cash price Please call and examine onr stock nd e
for yourselves.
STAUDE & ANDERSON.
JOH R CLARK
Clark & Plummer,
Successors to Tootle, Hanna & Co.,)
DEALERS IN
Dry Goods,
llardvare;
Clothing,
Hats, Caps,
Doors,
PLATTSHOIJTH, NEBRASKA.
Keep on hand a fnll itock of all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
The Cheapest and Best.
E. A. WIGGENHORN & CO.,
Have jast rceelved A largo and splendid stock of Kw and Fashionable Goods, consisting of
YANKEE NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS.
BOO IS AND SHOES.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Lowest Cash Prices !
Ilavla; purchased them for cash In New Tork and Bos'on. We assure the pnblie we can and will
(ell Goods as low as any bouse west of Si. Louis or Chicago.
CSF'Remember the Old Corner, now called the
Tsrox7- YorU.
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND (or teiee) STREETS.
J-Our motto la "QUICK SALES AXD SMALL PROFITS."
Plattsmoctii, Nebraska, September 26tb, 1S67.
E. A. WIGGENHORS D. SCHNA6SE.
PROSPECTUS OF THE
INTTHPITJ A TT A ST A 'I' W.
J 1 lis fa.naimx pr ji
JOURNAL."
The nnder ierjed proposes to establish a Weekly
Newspapi r at Lino. in Ciiy, the Capital ot the State
of .Nebraska, to he called "The Nebraska State Jour
nal." the first issuo of which will be about the 1st of
October. IStiT
The whole outQt for the Office will be entirely new,
ind will embrace poid Job Office, as well as the
ews Department. Ilavi ik had much experience in
Journalism, and 'eion one of the Brst settlers in
Nebraska; eonsequen-ly neiurf well acquainted with
the wanti of the people, aud the resources f the
State, we flatlet ourself that we can give general
sati. faction in the enterpiise.
The "Journal'' will advocate Republican princi
pies, but will be Conducted on an independent scale,
and will be Courteous to all parties and sects.
Returning- our thanks to our old friends and pa
trons, we trust ibey will assist us in this new enter
ptise
TERMS $2 00 per annum In advance.
JACOB DAWSON.
NOTICE
All persons are hereby cautioned acainst purchasing-
a certain Promissory Xote for $15O,0O, with in
terest at ten per e"-nt per annum. Blven by the
undersigned on the fifteenth of March, ISO", p-iyahle
to Abiatiiar Tvson or order on or before the first day
of December 167; t he consideration thereof having
failed. e will not pay said note at maturity.
' A. C. VAX He-PS.
Wra.H. H. VAN KPPS.
VTeepinK-Water Precinct, Cats Count , Nebraska,
September lth, 1367. sep-2d 4h
Plattsmouth EV.il Is.
C. HEISEL, Proprietor.
Have rreently been repaired and p'aced in thor
ough running order. Custom work done on short
noti.-e.
100,000 Dushels of Wheat
Wanted immediately, for which the highest market
price will be paid. an tf
1 CITIZENS !
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tLt PLCMMEH.
Groceries,
dueensware,
Boots, Shoes,
Notions,
Sash, ifce.
HARDWARE,
WOODEN-WARE,
QUEENS WARE,
Which they will sell at the
CzxzbIjl store,
PALL TRADE 1867.
PRATT & FOX,
Importers and Manufacturers' Agents
HARDWARE CUTLERY,
Large stocks of American Screw Co. Screws, Ames'
fchovels and Spades, Donglass' Manu.acturin); Co.
Edge Tools, American Table Cutlery, English t'ock
et Cutlery.
Agents for HERRING'S SAFES.
Forsyth's Scales and Trucks
Orders fille I at Factory Prices.
Orders aolicited.
PRATT & FOX,
Cor. Main aud V a?hitipton Ave.,
ep3 8m 1 SX.LOC1S. MO
I
f loawant Patent Medicines at old prices go te
mUAL A, ML J 1 ILM X TOf7.
An Old Sous Set Co a IVew Tub
K2T 1867.
Ampring oppreache
A nf and MoH-het
ans AWr hole Cm4 4
And itice and Rat
lit fte of cat.
Gaily ikip about.
MS years established In N. T. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not danperous to the Unman Family.
"Hats Come out of their holes to die."
Costar's Rat, Reach &c, Extermr
Is a paste used far Eat. Alice, Roach,
Black and Red Ante, etc.
Costar's Bed-Bug Exttrminator
Is a liquid or wash uarri to destroy, anj
also as a preventive for Hed-Buga, dco.
Costar's Electric Powder for
Insects
I for Moth. 3fquitM. tUnt, Bed Bug;
Insect on t'tante, J-oirlx, Animal, ot A
S-! ! ! Biwarb ! ! ! of all worthless imitation.
X3T fce that 'Costr,8' name ia on each Box,
Bottle and Flatk be ore you buy.
Address
Henry It. Costar,
4P4 Broadway, New Tork.
MYf Sold in Plattsmouth, Xebraeka, by Black.
Buttery & Co., and O V. Johnson, and all Druggtai
aud Betailers sverywbers.
COSTAR'S
CELEBRATED
BUCKTHORN SALVE.
For Cuts, Barns, Biulres, Wounds, Boils, Cancers,
R ok'-n Breasts, sore Nipnles, lileediiifr. Blind and
Painful Piles. Scrorulous, Putrid and lll-c ndiilonad
Sores, Ulcers (ilandular Swellings K-np Sn, Cuta
neous Atfections, Kiniworm, tcb. Corns, Bunioas,
Chilblains. &o; Chapped Hands, Lips, Ac; Bites of
Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ac-
Boxes, cents, 60 c-nts and $1 sizes:
Sold bv all Druggists eveiywhere.
And by HENRY K. COSTAR, Dept 484. Broad,
way. N. Y.
BAnd by O. P. Johnson, and Blaek, BulUry k,
Co , Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
COSTAR'S
ONIVERSAI.
Corn Solvent.
For Corns. Bunions. Warts. e.
-Ttnxrs 25 cents, SO cents and tl sist.
rSd1 bv all Druirifists every where.
And hy 11EXRY K. COSTAU, Depot 4S4 Broad
wav, N. Y.
srAnd by Black, Buttery & Co. and O. P. Joha
toii, Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
COSTAR'S
PREPARATION OP
Bitter Sweet & Orange
Blossoms,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Tsed to soften ar.d beautify the Skin, rtniora
Freckles, Pimples, Kmptions, c.
Ladies are now tiding it in preference to all others.
Itott es 1.
JC3Sold by all Drupgiats every whe'ex
And by HENRY h. COSTAR, Depot 4S4 Broad
war, Y.
t5PAnd by O F. Johns.n and Black, Battery J
Co.,rUUsmouth, Nebraska.
COSTAR'S
PECTORAL
Cough Hemedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Sore Throat. Cronn.
Whooping Cougt., Icflu' Dla, Asthma, Coo-urtlDtion,
Brnnehial Affectioi s and all Diseases sf the Throat
and Lungs.
Boxes 25 cents. 60 cents and tl sites
jaL-So'd by all Drnegists every thee.
And by HtXHI R. COSTAK. Denot 4SA Broad.
ay, N Y.
4tsrAnd by Black, Buttery Co aod O. W. J bo
son, Platumoutb, Nebraska.
COSTAR'S
CELEBRATED
BISHOP PILLS,
A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL.
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Cestlvesess, Indl
gestien, dyspepsia, Billiousness, Cosistipation, Diar
rhea, Colics, Chills Fevers and general derangement
of the Dieestive Organs.
Boxes 2o cents, on cents ans i slits
tt9Sold bv all Druggiu everywhere.
And by H KNRT R. COSTAR, Depot 4$A Broad
way, N Y.
-j' And by O. T. Johnson and Blaek, Battery sV
Co., PlarrsmonrtJ, Nebraska. r)M aW