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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1867)
AND OTHER PURPOSES.
The procesi of roomt meting Slte Stone from a
disintegrated tt' was
PATENTED FEB. 21st, 156:3.
It is a combination of
Pulverized Slate and
(the latter pomes -.iDS qualities of pe 'loirical eud
chemical affinity for the forrnoi,) aud is a oe
velopmciit of one of the Mm le but unal
terable tendencies of nature
AS A HOOFING MATERIAL
IT STANDS CSB1VALLID.
A mastic it adapt itself to every shape and slope
JSon-combuslible, impervious, non-expansive
.Frost Does not Crack nor Heat
be only Roiling Material ever discovered that will
resist tbe actiou or me element as iona
the structure it protect. Being eas
ceptibleof little if any wear
from exposure aud
PERFECTLY FIRE - PROOF,
ft is un quailed as a coating fr railroad and fajm
feUUUHlgrf, DrlJgCS, DOIMJUIHOI TOWlJi
Material, for sale by
Sole Licensee for Nebraska,
Douglas St. - - Omaha, Neb
r. H. Wheeler & Oc ,
Real Estate Agen s-
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.,
Offer for sale the following Real Estate.
Sec. T'p R i e
22 VI 11 FO
2: 11 11 60
: i-j m hi
82 V2 12 fP
1 11 It Ifl
1 II 11
-2 11 11 H!
10 10 14 Si
3 11 II BP
13 11 13 41
1-2 12 H Hi
4 10 13
ter4 1 13 i
12 12 12 Si
22 12 12
13 10 14
10 10 13 SO
10 10 1.1 3 C
3 11 11 SI
21 12 12 l0
23 11 12 ii
1 11 12 St
ter 1 11 12 41
Fast half northeast quarter
West half northwest quarter
South half northeast quart' r
N'jrrh half southeast quarter
West half southeast quarter
North half southeast quarter
West half northeast quarter
Northwest quarter nnrihwest qr
West half southwest quarter
Eaht half southeast quarter
Southwest quarter southeast quarter 4
South bairuoithwest quarter
Kast half southwest quarter
North half southeast quarter
North half southwest q iarter
West half northwest quarter
Undivided half southwest quarter
East half north wot quarter
northwest quarter northeast quart
Lots in the city of Plattsmoul
JEasthalf of blocks 1, 4. 7, ci aud 10.
South haif of block 3.
Lots 6 and 7 in block 5.
West half section 32, township 11, ran?e II J
acres nnder lence, 112 story frame house, pfx w
and spring, and good running waier. Plenty of ti'
ber for are-wood. Fiice 3,750.
The subscriber having pnrchased the Red Ftoie on
1 1 street, lately occupied by Sarpy and ethers, woul
respectfully inform the citizens of Platteinoutu and
vicinity, that be has refitted tbe store and opened s
Jurpe stock of
Tor Ladies, Gents, Children, and the rest of man
kind, atd is prepared t do all kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be happy to serve his
uld and at mauy new customers as may give him
th.lr patronage, assuring them of their woik well
done, at nnrderate prices, and on short time. The
tocit, embracing every variety ol goods usually kept
at a first-class Jewelry Store, will be sold a low
irices. and warranted of best workmanship and
material, lie has also a small stvv.k of
trhich will be replenished from time to tim and
aold at the lowest figures. Having permanently lo
cated in this city. 1 respectiully solicit a share of pa
tronape, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the stock on hand, as we would be p'. eased to serve
you, a-d do not ak you to buy ur.ljts we e n make
it for your interest to patronize as.
dec27tf E. U. EATON".
BOARD ASD LODGIKG,
B O . T. COIiVIN,
OAK STKKET, ... PJATTSM0CTU,
Two blocks northwest of Brick chool-llouse.
Private mom furnlsed if desired. Either day
tioaij or with loilginjs at reasonable rates.
Jan 3 d tf.
rjlie place to get Perfumery af all kind? is at
X . BLACK. BUTTERY Jt Co.'S.
i '1 o to Illack, Battery U Co.'s fcr your L
I Lubrtc andatcrs.
Mrs. Kate StMPsO.t lnvlcg h- en solicited to eu
large her class in Munic, both Vocl an 1 Insirumen
t il, his concl'ided to d j o, anl will give I'-ssrms n
tht I'iatio aud Organ to those desirous of t'coniirg
perf'iriiiers on th 8am. Terms, etc.. given on ap
plication! her residence on Miin street.
-1-1 - i-t
.h urLana Gcheme.
5":'- 4 ..,.1 f ... n..l.i...t r"4Tviilir.
E j -j : rirr-s-
it r tit i tin
Tlie Cbampiont4 M of 136 first pre
miums in twotl tl5680118-
"Its seam is2ftlstronger and
less liable to rip than the Lock Stitch."
"Jiulgta' Report of Uie Grand lYuil."
Send for tte "Report," and Samples of
work, containing' both Linda of stitches on
tbs 6ame piece of goods. Agents wanted.
L. C0BHELL & CO., Genl Agents,
138 Lako 8t . Cbleaf.
p. p TODD, Local Asent, Piatt jmouth. Neb
ot17 w y
good two story brie store buildinp, 22,by Ofeet
Wiltitood cell ir; forfurthei rmrti.-nlaro iictuiri- r.f th
juueJCxn oakd or fiCHOfoi. Dxkbctom
iot Block Lot . Block Lot
6 22 1-2 f-4 6
29 9 24 3
0 JM 8 33 H
JO 67 10 90
0 123 1 12 4
6 81 8
The north half of 8 47
1 l .i tVZZ :- !i": .
- - 4.-.- JC-S7 I
. 0SatbNdeMainSt, ;it
Ambrotypes, Photographs, Gem Pictures, &c. A good assortment of Cases Frftm?3
ilhnm L.. constantly kept on hand. Gilt and Rosewood Molding, or Frame,
made to or er, of any size
YDt. R. FENICK,
Chemicals, Class, Paints, Oils, Pure AVines and I.iquors,Coal
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS- 3 Zl 5 SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO-
-Ye are the Northwestern Wholefale Agents for Dr. D. Jay Del Son.'atid Dr. J. C. Ay-er A Co.,
and can furnish their meuicii.es Iu any quantities. janiS ly
Stndilmr.im & Co ,
Or.e door wist of Donelans Drug-store,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
IIATS, CATS. Et'OTS. SHOES,
and a general stock of
Tor the Plaius; also, a lare lot of
R UDBER CL O TIUJTG, R E VOL Y
ERS Jl.VD .YOTIOJTS.
We bought low and will sell cheap for cash. Cal.
,nil xaiiiiue our stock before you buy any where elsel
jyl 'CO Wm. BTAUKLMANN & CO.
THOMAS C. CUES SHAW,
FACREB or AND DEALER t!t
Saddle 3 and Harness,
1R IDLES, COLLARS, CURR1E
Cv7ibs, Spurs, Lashes, Whips, t$-c.
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T
Uas moved Into his now brick bnilding on the C -ner
of Main street and Levee, wteie he is laily re
seiving large additions to his already extensive
G R O C 3 H I 3 S
3Li JL Z2 CJ 0 El. J3-
He offers the very bttet of bar?:us to c'ist-'in rs;
and requests a call fr-m those who want anything iu
his line tj test the alvaniag ia prices with thokt
nd give hija a call if you wish to buy cheap.
CON FEGT IONE RY,
BREAD, CAKES, PIE?, RISK, Etc,
Of tho hest quality, can be obtained Rt all times.
woul 1 invite esp.cil attention to the fact that I
have fitted up an isicc i- at
ICE CREAM SALOON
In connettion it' the Tikcry, where yon can be
accommodated at li tiuies.
Wedding par'ies sui!ie 1 on short notice with
any'.hiug in the line of Confectionery or l'astry
Call aud se.-me. jel3
F. II. DORRIITGTOK",
RcAL ESTATE AGENT,
PLA TTSMO V TIT, AL'Z,'.,
:r -npt attention paid to the purchase and sal r.f
R al restate, and p:iyn entof Taxes, and all buines
p -itaining to a geaeral Laud Agency. Titles inves
tigated. Refers ty permission to
K n. E. S. Dundy. Judge 2d Judicial Dist., Falls
Ci'y, Nebraska; Major Edw'd BurbarS, Paymaster
C. . A.. Leavenworth, Kansas; lion. J. II. Rurhar.k,
la'J A-t Esor Neluaska, Falls ( ity. Neb ; iion. T. M.
M ui.'t Plattsm uth. Neb., Col. K. K. Liv ing-ton,
la e C . ehrsska 1st Vet. Vols., Platt.iuouth, Neb.;
M.;. 3.11. Wheel r, U. fl. Indian Agent, Pawnee
Ai?ncy; C'ha's Neltleton, No. Ill Broadway, New
Yoik; Harvey, Deitrich & Brown. WashinuLm, D. C ;
Tray, ila.-u'ire & Co., Chicago, Ills.; U. U li'eh.
K., hejter, N. Y.. Prof. Henry Arling 'ale, ''Harr.rd
University," N. V. oc25
Capt. D. LAKCO & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in
Wineo and Liquors,
Also a very cho'ce selection of
Tobacco and Cigars,
Main street, socond door eat of S.ymour Ilouse,
Nebraska City, Nebraska
Are Just receiving a new stock of Genuine Old
Bonrt'tm, direct from I'outbon county, Ky.. Bitters,
nt C'irs, tte, mylS w
V. L. THOMAS'
of all Kinds.
W. D. GAGE.
W. R. DAVIS.
GliY BOOT AND SHOE
We arc sellir.g Bmits, lioes ana Leather, ar
store on Main street, one door west of uie le
CH EAPER thanths CHEAPEST
We are manufacturing work from the very best of
stock, a d will accommodate ail who may give us a
Repairing done at all Jimcs
GAGE & DAVIS.
Aug. 20, '66 d&wtf
WOOJIVOUTII & CO,
SALYT JOSEPH, JUO.,
E. C. LEWIS
I. U. TYIiceler & Co.,
Real Estate Agents.
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PLATTSMOUTH, A'. T.
C Elections promptly attended to, and proceeds re
mitted at current rites of Kxchange. Taxes paid in
Wes vm Iowa and Nebr.isKa lor non-residents. Titles
to la id iuvesii.iti d. -V.mey loaned on Keai Kstate
Kecur.ties. Land Wanants located.
A ents for collection of claims against Governmen
for Sold ers, their widows and minor heirs. Agent
for .he purchase and sale of Lands and City proper
ty, c.i ing of Tenements.
Hon. S. II. Klbert, Denver City. C. T.
Messrs. Kountze Bros., Omaha, Neb.
" S'cCann & Metcalf, Nebraska City.
" O. F. Fillcy. St. Louis, Missouri.
Dr. Dlo Lewis, Borton, Massachusetts.
H W Ditmars. Chicago, Illinois.
II M ."Jaill, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Tootle A llanna, Plattsmotith . Nebraska.
L li I'.ich, Three Rivera. Michigan.
Iloa F Fellows, l;loomtleld, Wisconsin.
Hon T Al M;.rquett, Flattsmouth, Nebraska.
L lewis. Attorney at Law, Buffalo, New York,
tarter, Hussey & Curl, Des Moines, Iowa.
i 3 diwtf
MRS. L. B. JONES,
Wonld resjwcttully inform the ladies of PlatUmontb
that she is now prejared to iIj
CUTTING, FITTING and MAKING
if required. Ladies snd Chililrens' Dresses, Cloaks,
Basques, etc. MACHINE bTITCUIXO done also.
Al' work will be executed with neatness, aud will
receive prompt attention. She will eudeavor to give
satihfiieticn, and therefore solicits t:ie patronage of
the ladies of this place and vicinity.
93Resideuco in the building formerly occupied
by ilathis t Sou's Bakery, Main street.
Mrs. Jones is now organizing a ciub fir Dcmorest's
Mirror of Fashions; cH and subscribe. uovJ'i
OFFICE IS MASOMC BLOCK
I'LA TTSMO I TU, XEERASKA.
G3 " 131.
Lot C in block 47, good residence, w:dl and out
buildings. Lot li in block 62. a Food two-story residence,
brick baem-nt, well, barn and other outbuildings.
A rare chance for a good it vestment.
Lot 11 in block 173, huildine with two rooms and
cellar. Good chance for a small capital.
Lot 10 in block 27, good robidence, with all the
We-t half of section S-, town 12, range 13, togeth
er with rid acres of timber- One hundred acres un
der cultivation. Eight miies from l"iattsmouth,near
An improved farm of eighty acres, good home,
well, tte, with five acres o good timber, '
Eighty acres of land, partly Improved, two an ad
half miles from the city.
160 acres of partly improved land, with 40 acres erf
young timM'r, situated 4 miles south of town.
BUT HOT DISCOURAGED.
T. W. Shryock is again a? the old stand prepared
to wait upou his former customers, and the public
generally. If yoi: want anything n shaj of Farni
ture or Chairs, give him a call. 3rd street near
Main.Plattsmoutb, N. T. ioayI7,dif.
Miss A. II. DESPAIN,
lUiiuiifr anil if rcssmalier.
OPPOSITE Til E POST-OFFICE,
Has just received a lartr- ft-k of Jt'EW GOODS.'
of the late-t fashions.
New (oo'lg received every
montu. c-a.ll ami see tueui.
nos. tle, r. k. hAdjii j. r.clark
Tootle, Hanna h Clark,
Gold Dust. Cold and Silver
Coin, ExcSianc, U-
and other Stocks-
and special attention given to Collections
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.
C ( f T T T !Y TTTnTT T-1 A X ' I ' LT '
JJ'J.VX.KJ1M VV iJXiXIXJJL.
The undersigned having made arrangements for
estaoli-hing a Republican paper at Lincoln, the Cap
ital of the itate, have the honor to announce to the
public that the materials for a first -class publishing
and job office have been ordered and will be ready
lor business In a short time-
Toe "COMMONWEALTH" will labor for the early
and rapid devclopement of the resources of our inte
ior counties and the State generally, by the influx of
hurdy immigrants, and for the iiame'lia'e construe
tion of the iron highaars of commerce, to make a
mullet for the first gra n growing tection of the
Union. As an exponent of Fepvblicanism it will
sustain the policy adopted by the CoDression:,! ma
jority, in obedience to the mandates of the men who
carried the fljg from the "Rive- to the Sea." But
while faithful to the principles of the Republican
party, we shall freely consider and di cuss the great
ques'ioas of the d..y as they preseut themselves, in
all candor and with buch ability as we m; y possess
Siibi.crt'j'tion price per minimi in ailcancc
The"Commonieea2ih" will be i. sued at the earll
est practicable day.
C. II. GERE & CO.
Wholesale dtalcr in
Boots 5 Shoes,
NO. 72 FELIX STREET,
ST. JOSEPH, - MISSOURI,
Is constant'y in receipt of all the various styles
from the manufacturers. Cash paid fur Hides
i eits, etc. Hov7dwly
S HARDING a GO,
TOST OFFICE BUILDING
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Also Agents for all the prinoipal
MA GA ZISES and A'E WSPA PER S,
For which Subscriptions are received atPublisbir
REED,TCE3ITII&ER & Co
No. 135 Main St.,
NEBRASKA CITY, - -
DRUGS & MEDKKES,
Paints Oils, Putty . Glass
Patent Medicines of all kind''. tnrtieles. Kts
tiooery, and everything kept in rst-clas Drug
aiore, at uasieiu prices.
jjr We are prepared to fill all orders, and warrant
ourjjoous to oe ire-n. ar. 10 tio
JRO.Y, JVA1LS, STOVES
A'so, Agent for the Sale of the Celebrated 3fA G F.E
COOK isTVVES, A Kit BR ASCI, t ROOKS k
CO'S SA n s.
SIGH OP THE BIG PADLOCK,
Delow the Seymour House, on opposite side,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEB. T.
Boot & Tuoe Store !
J. THROCKKORTON & SON,
at their old ttand,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIN STREET,
PLATTSMOUTH, - ... N. T.
We keep constantly on hand a la-ge assortment
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SHOP MADE WORK,
which we will sell at the lowest cash prices.
Repairing done at soh rt no
tice. SFA11 Work Warranted.
J TUEOCKM0RTON. A. rilROCKMORTO.'.
Oct 25 'C6 f
j. d. smrsoy,
H'. MICK EL
Simpson, Mickelwait & Co.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
DOORS, SASH, WlDOY-I3LLDS, GLASS,
PINE AXD COTTONWOOD LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
BLACK, BUTTERY &, CO.,
Drills, Medicines and Giis,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for ETedicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Farmers, freighters and pltysiciano
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians9 Prescriptions Careally Filled by Dr. IJlacti
riaitsrnouili, May 1st, 1SG5, tf
1867. )S I,
A MIS ON, DOYEY & CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have on hand the LARGEST STOCK of
QUE I5NS WARE, IIAIiDWARE,
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, &C,
Ever Offered in this 3Iarket.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything the Farmer, 3Ieckanic, Freighter or Emi
FLOOR, BACON, CORN, OATS,
Thankful for past Patronage, we hope by strict attention to bus
iness to merit a continnance of the same.
Call and examine our stock.
PlattUmouth, April 10, ISrt . tf
2-1 a r cl w a r g ,
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
QABDW4RG AGRICDLTDRAL BlPLEHEiMS,
Stoves, Tin, Sheet
AND STATvlPED WARE
STEEL, P L O "W" S
Of all kinds and sizes, which we warrant the be; t in the market.
3"oio wonis. 2
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exclusive Agents in this County for the sale
or Wood jCook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold
ED Wl BUTTERY.
Retail Dealers in
Iron, Brass, Japaned
Main St., next door east of Masonic
URLINGTON AND MISSOURI
ISG( EASTWAHD 18GG
Short nnd Quick Route to
CHCAGO AND THE EAST
In connection with the DeS Moines Vallev and
Chicago, Hmlmgtou and y:.iney luilroad.
Three train leave OMumwa daily an arrival of
Des Moiues Valley trains.
BUY YOUR TICKETS VIA
OTTUKWA and BURLINGTON
run S A LE AT
Baggage checked from Otturnwa irv
Chicago and the East.
Fasenfrerft have choice of all the frreat lines ienJ
lnt North, Kat and oulh, and will find tickets ta
til principal points Ka.t l v all routes at the Uttum a
ticket otliie of Ihi rompn'iy.
I'HJ-cners will fiuJ thin route Quick, Fife au
!ure in it connections.
C. K. PERKINS, Superintendent.
L. CARPER, General Treiglit aud Pa.renKer Age
jORTII MISSOURI RAILROAP
TO St. LOUIS
AMD ALL POINTS EAST
Via ST. LOUIS,
Connects with the Ilantiihal St Joeph It It
Macon City, 11 tulles e.it of St. Jonepli and finr
The. Only All Rtiil Il' ttt'fniH Aluhixun ,tutl 1
oey.t to S'f Lnui,
.MiikiPp direct and reii.iMe c tineition- with
Fa iu oiiw Rxsu'cs Tralnn.
I.ehvir'sr t I.ouU at -1 o'eli ck in the af'eruoou, ri
: i; 1. umil'Ii to all L i. t- rn citie without a us
ito'i'i'a (le.iy. I i-itu-t-ri p.'iii' to
li.il'K'.ljJthi, ., ic Ynri; !,; i ui:. W.lfh Intf
nn-buru. y; '..-, '.., . an
iv Knlant Tularin anl i'.toit.
Via the above I ia" htve Ies chai.tri s of Cars
Ilalic Quicker Timo
Thnti by anv other route. Vnftunfr (Jolnjf f
iMiiiit- in Centra! and S.oit' er-r Ohio, Central ai)
Southern lull . Southern Illiuii.-, a ad all poii.l
n Ketit-tcky t.' uke v. r .l hours jun ter tline tha
.an be io ide any i th- r route.
Thr. uch Ticket-i cm j isrcharcd at nil Ka'dro iJ
fit ll. t lli'V in the wel.
He it understood . th" t ttie fre to nil point" r -t I
the same via the N'o tli ili-eui l P..nlrud an I M.
I.oiiiiiah by way nf Chic ago ut any tdher r uto. 00
via t-t Louis Itout .-.
I.' a ao ii pti'i;c;kon',
Pre.idetrt ai.d (jen'l Su.i't. St I.oni , W J
II. II . W II K r LV. It,
Ginl Ticket Aieot. St l.rtm.
W. W KlIMNdKIt,
Geu'I Fl ig'lt Asetit Hi LmiiJ,
1'. H. EAItl.KV,
A Kent, hi I K
I. M Iil.N.N,
O. u'l W. teru Aeirt,St Joseph, lit
HE SHORT ALL RAIL LINli
To Chit-nan, Ihlrmf, Totnln, St ...
l.tifityitt. Jii'liitvttiiH, Clm-iii mil i, ,'iii e,7'
Ktlxh ri If", I'rrin, M, m j,f.i s, l n' niitl.itH, H"-,
inif, J;,-!m.:i,! . j:m,'.i l.i. i,i,jnni ' x. ; it.
hut y, Eoltimitrr. II 'ml in 'mi, I'.'.i.'urh y '.i.i,
Mem Yuri-. B-. lon, .t,
Is vl the old, reliable Central Koine tho
Hannibal & St. Jo. 11. II
J3?Tiike the II & ST. JO'll. 71. ine of Mi.suuit
River I'aclrets from
To St. Josep'i, where connections are nnrde with
Two Daily Ezprcsa Trains
Ou the II ft St Joe. It. K., run throuvh from Salal
Jo.-eph 1 1 Qu'n y without change of cars,
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
Wi.h Chirjiiro. linrlinrton Quia'.v, and Toledo,
Wal'a-h 4 vjcstt.ru Kuilioade for all points aast.
North and south.
For Gt. Louis
Close connection mailt at' MACON with NOP.TII
MISSOURI It. K. for St I.ou.s, and at Hauuihal with
Daily Miss. Itivir Packet for St. Loo is, np-als a ml
-taterooms free, leaving every evening on arrival if
trains frora lhe west, and arriving in St. Louis n'xt
morning in feaon for b rsiriess, and to connect with
Chicago, Alton A St. Louis, Terre Haute, AIpoi 4 M
l.o ds, and Ohio A Misxhtdppl Kailroads.for all pulntf
Ear', North and South.
NHW SLEEPINU CARS
Run on Night Trains.
" I!uy your through ticket via Hannibal it Ft
.To K. It. at their ticket ntliceit in Omaha, Councrl
BIulTs PHttsmouth. Nebraska City, fct. JoM-ph,
ar.d on each Packet in the line, and enioy the con
sciousness of having taken the short, cheap atel
quick r ute ea-f C. W. MEAD, (in rinp't.
P. It. fiROAT O.-n'l Ticket Air.rit.
II. II. COCKTKIQHT. Oon'l Kr't At.
EIaii:iiLal & St. Joe 11. II
jil Packet Line.
One of the Company Steamers leaves daily fr a
every point on the Miss- uri River above M. J e h,
ind ariives at M. Josrph in time to connect with lies
expre-h train on t) e ilat oJbal A t. Jo-eph Ha,i'e I
fer llatitiibal, at wh.rh place connee'i'iii is niade li.s
same eTeii'ng with oue i t the Ke- ki.k Packets, which
irrivis in time to connect with next in ir: li ir.iir t
out of St. I.i.uis for Cincinnati, Iudiarmpolis,
ville, Terre Haute, V ihiu t in City, Lvtm.
Philade l is, New Y ok, Huston, ar.d to a!! et..r
Eastern, Norili' rn atid rsoiitliern Cities. The a'ov
uiiiitinned riiiiwo! rlcEa'.t I'nckets are couc ib l ly
all travcieis to be t),e I est ..ri th We-terr, waters.
THUortiil TI( Kl.'lM
For Fnle to Ft. Louis, and all Ki-tern, Northern sr.i
Southern citie via the al'Ove lines at Denver City,
' ni ha, Council lllulis, platismouth, Nebraska t'it
and at all other prineip.,1 t cket utH'-a i i tlm west.
4-Mcals and State-rooms free!
R. FDKIt. Sup't It. I:. P. L , M Joseph .
II. i. r ili(JC.-0., H. e'y K. It V. U, 6t. J '', h.
J. D. SIMl'SON, Aeut,
ap25 I'lattsmotith, NebrickA.
Cabinet - Work !
Havlr.ir erilatKed bis f-hop nd Sab s-ror ms wou ')
re.-iieciful!y r luitoi tbe people in this viiinity tl.J
he can f uroisb thetn w.tii the verv Lest furniture.
Chairs, or other Cabinet-work, at the mo t ra." li
able rate.. I shall keep roustantly on band a larys
assorHuent of EnsUm M'orit, and aui also (irepard
to manufacture anj lhian- iu my line on snort netic.v.
A largo assortment of Keac y uiade Ccllius k' pt al
all times. Ca1! and examine my etock and prices.
jell) dii-w tf it. isuicb.
J It. PORTEIt & CO
Are sgjnts in this city lor the sale of .theVeItbfBfel
South 13 cud Wagons,"
If ide by Ktudebaker Bros They have on band a
am 1 assortment, which will be replenished as fat s
aeeded. They propose to il at the vcty !(.
Platfinoum, aiarcu -.ir
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