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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1867)
E O O F I 1ST Q
AND OTHER FURPOSES.
The"proces of reeomtructing Elate Etone froia
disintegrated state was
PATENTED FEB. 21st, 1SG5.
It Is s comfcinatien of
Pulverized Slate and
(the fatter possessing qualities or freoloeical and
chemical affinity for the formei,) and is a de
.veli'umtnl tf one of the simple but unal
terable tcDJenclr of.nature.
S A ROOFING MATERIAL
IT 6TA"DS UAKIVALLED.
A mastic It adapts it?ir to everyl shape and slope.
Kon-combuslible, impervious, non-expansive
Frost Does not Crack nor Heat
The only Rooflnfr Material everdiscoyered that will
rtdist the action of the elements as long as
the structure it prottcts. Ucias sus
ceptible of little if any wear
front espo"are and
PERFECTLY FIRE -TROOF,
It i uu quailed as a coating f.r railroad" and farm
building, bridges, bottoms of Teasels, vaulte, etc.
Materials for sale by
Sole Licensee for Nebraska,
Douelas St. - - Omaha, Neb.
HEAL EST AT
D. H. Wheeler &. Co,
Real Estate Agen's,
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.,
Cffsr for sale the following Real Estate.
Fast half northeast quarter 22
West half northwest quarter 23
South half northeaxt quarter 3-J
N jrrh half southeast quarter 82
Northeast quarter IS
Southwest quarter 82
West half southeast quarter 32
North half southeast quarter lli
West half northeast quarter 3
Northwest auarter northwest or 18
West half southwest quarter 12
East half southea-t quarter 4
houtbwest quarter southeast quarter 4
Fouth naifnoithwest quarter jj
Northwest quarter -2
East half southwest quarter 13
North half southeast quarter 1)
North half southwest quarter 10
West half northwest quarter 8
Northeast quarter 21
Bndiviiled half southwest quarter 23
East half northwest quarter 1
Korthwest quarter northeast quarter 1
.Lots in the city of Plattsmout .
tot Block lot Block
6 22 12 61
Lot B) :k
ft G 9 2S 0
0 :m fl a-J H 56
10 67 10 WJ 02
9 123 1 12 4
S -i 6 81 - B it
The north half of 8 47
East half of Hecks 1, 4. 7, 8 and 10.
South ha:f of block 3.
Lots 6 and 7 in block 5.
West half section 82, township 11, ranija 14. 1
acre under lence, 1 12 story frame house, gl T
and spri:i), and good running; wafer, f leiity of ti'
ber fur Are-wood. Ft ice $3,750.
Tin subscriber having purchased the Rd Stoie on
S I street, lately occupied by Sarpy and others, would
respectfully inform tiie citizens of Plattsmouth and
vicinity, that he has refitted the store and opened a
large slock cf
For Ladies, Gents, Children, and the rest of man
kind, atd is prepared to ao an Kinus or
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be happy to serve hij
old and at many new customers at may give bim
their patronage, assuring them of their work well
done, at moderate prices, and on short time. The
lock, embracing every variety cf goods usually kpt
kt a first-c!a3S Jewelry Store, will be sold a: low
prices, and warranted of best workmanship and
material, lie has also a small stock .1
which will be replenished from time to time, and
eold at the lcwe.it figures. Having permanently lo
cated in this city, I repectiu:iy solicit a share of pa
tronage, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the stock on hand, as we would be pleased to serve
yon, and do not a.k you to buy unless we cn make
it for your interest to patronize us.
dec27tf E. H. EATON.
BOARD AND LODGING,
B O. "W. COLVIN,
OAK STREET, ... PI ATTSMOCTU,
Two blocks northwest of Brick chool-llouse.
Private rooms fur n lied If deMred. Elttier day
fcoaid or with lodgings at reasonable rates.
Jan 5 d tf.
I he place to get Perfumerv af all kinds is at
SLACK, BUTTERY b Vq.'S.
1 o t Black, Buttery & Co.'s for your It
t JT Lubnc auditors.
Mrs. Cats Simpbo.i having Ik-en solicited to en
large her class in Music, both Vocal and Instrumen
tal, has concluded to do so, and will give lesson on
the Piano and Organ to those desirous of becoming
performers on the same. Term;, etc., given on ap
fdicstiou'at her reridence on Main street.
fTT EVERYBODY SECURE
AM WTUUT 131 TBS
i'fjl Snl fr an Tlluatratoa Circular.
QTi.A r.EA fis BOVINODON,
I lof 136 first pre
I 1 1 seasons.
miums in two
" Its seam is
less liable to rip than the Lock Stitch."
"Judge? Report of Vie Grand Trial."
Send for the Report," and Samples of
work, containing' both kinds of stitches on
the same piece of goods. .Agents wanted.
L. C0ENELL ft CO., Genl Agents,
138 Lake 8t . Chicag.
T'.P. TODD, Local Agent, Tlattimouth, Nefc
ovi7 w r
K good two atory brick store building. 22,by 60 feet
wtthtfood cellar; forfurtbei particulars inquire of the
luweJCm oabo or Bcaofot DiascToaa
MwiMPictnre Gallery, gteff-
Pictures taken of all Kindg,
Aitffirotvpe?, Photographs, Gem Pictures,
AiDums, sc.) constantly ncjituu uauu,
Bade to or er, of any eizo
Vnt. S. TESIC2,
Chemicals, Glass, Paints, Oils, Pure AVines and Liquors,CoaI
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS. 3 &. 5 SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO.
4y-We are the Northwestern Wholesale Agents for DrD. JayceASonand Dr. J.C. Ayer Co.,
fcnd can furnish their mediclues.io any quantities. jau23 ly
Win. Stadclmann & Co ,
One door west of Donelan's Drugstore,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
JTATS, CATS. BOOTS. SHOES,
TR USKS, VA LIStS,
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot tf
RUBBER CLOTHING. REVOLV
ERS J1JTD VOTIOYS.
Wo bought low and will sell cheap for cash. Cal.
and exitniiucour stock before you buy n? where elsel
jyl ')ti Wm. STADELMANA' A CO.
THOMAS C. CREKSHAW,
r A cars or ass dealeb i.t
Saddles and Harness,
BRIDLES, COLLARS, CURR1E
Combs, Spurs, Lashes, Whips, 4"C.
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T
Has moved Into his new brick bnilding on the t -nerof
Main street and Levee, wueie he is iaily re
eeivinK large additions to hi already extensive
Tj X XJ O 1F$- 23
lie offers the very bet of bargains to customers,
and rei'ie.-ta a call from those who want anythiug in
his line to test the advantages in prices with those
and give biji a call if you wish to buy cheap.
CON FECT I ONE RY,
BREAD, CAKES, PIES, HUSK, Eic ,
Of the best quality, can be obtained at all times.
' would invite enpecial attention to the fact that I
have ntteU up au excellent
ICE CREAM SALOON
In conneetion with the Bakery, where you can be
accommodated at all times.
Weddinjr parties ropplied on short notice with
anything io the line of Confectionery or Pastry.
Call aud see me. jc!3
P. M. DOBEINGTON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
PLA TTSMO V TIT, NEB.,
Prompt attention paid to the purchase and sal of
R al jSstate, and payment of Taxes, and all business
p;rtaining to a general Land Agency. Titles inves
tigated. Refers by permission to
II n.E. S. Dundy, Judge 2d Judicial JMst.. Falls
Ci'y, Nebraska; Major Kdw'd Burbank, Paymaster
U. S. A.. Leavenworth, Kansas; lion. J. H. Burbank,
la'-a Asi tsor Nebraka, Falls City, Neb ; Hon. T. M.
siar-uoiti, f laitrimoutn, r.eO., Uol. K. R. Livingston,
la C . ..ebraxka 1st Vet. Vols.. Platumoutb. Neb.:
Miio 0. II. Wheeler. U.S. Indiau Agent. Pawnee
Agency; Cha's Ncttleton, No. Ill Uroadway, New
Yoik; Harvey, Deitrich & Brown, Washington. D. C :
Tra-y, alaguire & Co.. Chicaso. Ills.: R. O Pitch.
Rochester, N. Y.. Prof. Ueoiy Arlinglale, "Hartford
CniversitjVN. Y. oc25
Capt. D. IjXMSQ & CO.,
Wholesale and Cetail Dealers in
Wines and Liquors,
Also a yery cho'co selection of
Tobacco and Cigars,
Jlaln street, second door ea.t of Seymour House,
Nebraska City, Nebraska.
Are just receiving a new stock of Genuine Old
Bourbon, direct from L'ourbou county, Ky., Bitters,
uc iirui., tic. mjis w
&c. A good assortment of Cases Framsa
ixu uuu av.u0)
W. D. GAGE.
W. R. DAVIS.
CI I Y BOOT AND SHOE
We are sellirp B-ot, Shoct and"T.esther, ar
store on Main street, one door Wett of tne It
CH EAPER thanthe CHEAPEST
We are manufacturinfr work from the very best of
stuck, a:d will accommodate all who may give us
Repairing done at all times
GAGE & DAVIS.
Aug. 20, '66 d&wtf
WOOLWORTII & CO,
SALYT JOSEPH, JIO.,
WHEILKB, B. C. LEWIS
D. II. Wheeler & C o.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PLATTSMOUTIT, A". T.
Collections promptly attended to, and proceels re
mltted at current rates of Exchange. Taxes paid ii
es e'ii Iuwa arid Aebrif Ka lor nori residents. Title!-
to la id invi-KtiKatrd. -Mouey loaned on l:eal Kstate
ecur.iies. Lanu warrants located.
A cents for collection cf claims acair.st Governmen
for Soldiers, their widows and minor hei'S. AKent
for ihe purchase and sale of Lands and City proper
ty, ca-iiDi; of Tenement?.
Hon. S. II. Elbert, Denver City, C. T.
Sierra. Koantze Hros., Omaha, Neb.
" Mc:ann &. Sletcalf, .NobrasKa City.
G. F. 1'illey. St. Lcuin, Missouri.
Dr. Dlo Lewis, Boston, ila-isachuetts.
H V Dltmars, Chicago, Illinois.
II M Mapill, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tootle A Hanna, Platl-uiaiith, Nebraska.
L It Kieb, Three River-t. Michipan.
Iliin t Fellows, liloomfiebl, Wiscoiiia.
Hon T M Marquett, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
I. Lewii", Attorney at Law, Buffalo, New Vork.
Carter, Husfy &. Curl, De iloines, Iowa.
at'3 din if
MRS. L. B. JONES,
Would respectfully inform the ladies of Plattsmouth
mat stie is now prepared to do
CUTTING, FITTING and MAKING
if required. Ladies and C'hildrens Dresses, Cloaks.
Basques, etc. HACIISE &TIlCIfXii done also.
Al' work will be executed with neatness, aud will
receive prompt attention. She will endeavor to give
satisfaction, and therefore solicits the patronage of
iiiv mtiiea ni mis piace sou vicinity.
tKesidence in the building formerly occupied
by Math is a Son's Uakery, Main street.
ilrs. JoDes is now organizing a club for Dcmorest's
aiuroroi iasnions; call at.a subscribe. nov-2o
F. M. DORRI'GTOIV,
OFFICE IX MASONIC BLOCK
PLA TTSJIO CTIf, NEBRASKA.
Lot 6 ia block 47, good residence, well and out
buildings. Lot 12 in block 62. a good two-story residence,
brick basement, well, barn and other outbuildings.
A rare chance for a good ii vestment.
Lot 11 in block 173, huildin; with two rooms and
cellar. Good chance for a small capital.
Lot 10 In block 27, good residence, with all the
Wet half of section 3o, town 12, range 13, togeth
er with riti acres of timber One hundred acres un
der cultivation. Eight miles from Plattsmouth.near
An improved farm of eighty acres, good house,
well, etc., 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 acrei af
young tim'vr, situated 4 miles south of town.
BUT NOT .DISCOURAGED.
T. W. Ehryock is again at the old stand prepared
to wait upon his furmer customers, and the public
generally. If you want anything n shape of Farnl
ture or Chairs, give hira a call. 3rd street near
Main, Plattsmouth, N.T. mayI7,dtf.
Miss A. M. DESPAIN,
Milliner and Dressmaker,
OPPOSITE THE rOST-OFFICE,
Has i nst rerl va.1 a i.e. i. rrnrrtinei
of the latett fashions. New Goods received every
month. Call aad see them. mvSif
T. K. HAXKli . B.CLAHK
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Gold Dust, Gold and Silver
Coin, Exchange, U- S
and other Stocks.
and special attention given to Collections
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.
The undersigned having made arrangements for
establishing a Republican paper at Lincoln, the Cap
ital of the State, have the honor to announce to the
public that the materials for a first-class publishing
and job cfJice have been ordered and will be ready
lor business in a short time.
The "COMMON WFALTH" will labor for thecarly
and rapid developement of the resources of our inte.
lor counties and the State generally, by the inffux of
hardy immigrants, and for the immediate construe
tion cf the iron highways of commerce, to make a
maiketfor the fiit gra!n growing section cf the
Union. As an exponent of Republicanism it will
sustain tbe policy adopted by the Congressional ma
jor.ty, in obedience to the mandates of the men who
carried the flag from the "Kiver to the Sea." But
while faithful to the principles of the Republican
party, we shall freely consider and discus the great
questions of the day as they rresent themselves, in
all candor and with such ability as we may possess
Sabicrijlion price $2. per annum in advance.
The "CemimnttioeallJi." will be issued at the earll
est practicable day.
C. II. GERE & CO
Wholesale "dealer .ia
Boots , Shoes,
NO. 72 FELIX STREET,
is constant'y m receipt of all the various styles
irom me manufacturers. (JasU paid for Hides,
i en.-, eic. nov7dwly
POST OFFICE BCILDINQ
NEBRASKA 'CITY, N. T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Also Agents for all the prinoipal
MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS,
RELD,WIHTLGER & Co.
No. 135 Main St.,
NEBRASKA CITY, - . KE3.
DRUGS & MEDI'tNES,
Paints Oils, Putty na Glass-
Patent Medicines of all kinds. i tsrtleles. cta-
tiouery, and everything kept in trst-class Drug
We are prepared to fill all orders, and warrant
ourgoous io oe iresu. apr.10 Cj
D. B. Mc.lIECIIAIV,
IROJV, NAILS, STOVES
Also, Apent for the Sale of the Celebrated MAG EE
COOK aTOVES, AJ BRAyCif, CliOOKS B
SIGH OP THE BIG PADLOCK,
Below theJSeymour IIoukc, on opposite side,
NLBRASKA CITY, NEB. T.
Boot & Shoe Store !
J. THROCKMORTON & SOU",
at their old stand,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIX STREET,
plattsmouth, - ... n. t.
We keep constantly on Land a large assortment
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SHOP MADE WORK,
which we will sell at thi lowest cash prices.
Repairing done at soli rt no
fiSTAIl Work Warranted.
J THEOCKM0RT0K. A. THROCKMORTON.
Oct 23 '66 t
IT. MJCKEL WAIT,
Simpson, Miekelwait dr Co,,
Receiving, Fonvardingnd Commission Jlercliants.
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER, SHINGLES,
IPICKETS, ETC., ETC.
BJ.ACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perf umery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for ffiedicina! use.
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Farmer?, freighters and ptysiciatw
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted ItnJ
ine and of the best quality.
Plattsmouth, May 1st, !Sfi5, tf
AMISON, DOVEY fc CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have enhaud the LARGEST STOCK of
T7 . f
a la r. .'
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, &C,
Kver Oileied in this Market.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything the Farmer,
Thankful for past Patronage, we
iness to merit a continnance of the same.
Call and examine our stock.
Platttamouth, April 10, 1S6". tf
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE 3 AGRICULTURAL IKMYIS,
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE
STEEL 3? LOWS'
Of all kinds and sizes, which we warrant the best ia the market.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Aie ezclusire Agents in this Cotinty for the sale of
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove.
r.Wn 115 n rnl!rro ..III , Kr. .,nr10r0!rlTn I C. j t r r-
..... uvi w v..wv.v...
ED WD BUTTERY.
Retail Dealers la
Medicines and Oils,
Carefully Filial hij Dr. Bhu!
Mechanic, Freighter or Emi
CORN, OATS, &G.
hope by strict attention to biiS'-i
" il Wlit UCAl UUUr COSl Ol .liajOUU,!
JJURLINGTON AND MISSOURI
I8GG EASTWARD 18G$
Short anil Quick Route to
CHCAGO AND THE EAST
In connection with the Des Moines Valley taj
Chicago, Burlington and Quiury Railroads.
Three train' leave Oitumwa daily to. irrlvaj of
Des Moines Valley trains.
BUY VOCB TICKETS VIA
0TTUMWA and BUELINOT017,
TOR 6A LE AT
Baggage checkeJ from Otlumwa t&
Chicago and the East.
Passengers have choice of all the jrreat lines leai
Inx North, Eat and Snuth, and will find tickets t.
til principal prints tast t.y all routes at the Ollumia,
ticket otllce of thi romp.iny.
PariKnsers will find tins route Quick, ?af tud
iaie in its connections.
C. K.PKltKIXS, Fuperintendent.
L. CARPEIt, Geni ral I-ri ,K,t UJ '..rnKrr Agt
JJORTII MISSOURI RAILROAU
TO St. LOUIS
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Via ST. LOUIS;
Cnnn. ts with Hie Hannibal At ft Joseph It II.
Macon f:ly, :pi miles eit of St. Joseph and form
Tlie Only All Rail Vr..f Atchison unj 4 .
JoHik to St l.aui.
Making direct uud icli..l 1.- cjiincition with
FainouM KxprcNs Trains,
I,STinff St I.ouis nt 2 o il. -k in (he Hfl.-rn.H.n, m. .
riiur 'Lionirli to all Ki-rti citie- will.jut m SB .
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I'hil'til-I.' hht. yew Yuri; till writ, IT. I. h ln-t
I'il! liurij. Biiffiilii, t 'trx'tlttn 7 . tiwl uli'
.' ic Ei'iltiuit Ji tcn anil tti.
Via the jV'tf lio" luve les t baii.'i s uf Cars m
I.Iako Quicker Tirao
riin:. I ) !iv i.th" r ro'if". i.,n.( ri ir,.'nf (
l.:l(lt- ill ' Ir.l! H'lil S'Ml rr- I'lilo, r.Tirrj.) ;i
.TI.' rn In. !i ! a. till. -in llliii.'i -. a nl :iH point
n KiMWiy ll.l.c ..i:i-iY,1 ilo'lrs . jt'ker : : lie ih
h- iii.i.i vl i h.-iv ,;ih r ri'iiti'
Tl.riiL-h tii ki-'.- r.in in' puirhu e.l at all Ha.lro4
Hrk.'t lii'' iii lli" t.
lie it tiriiii.rs'oml th it the fari- tn 'I l uintk -t I
;lie ui?i vi tin.' Ni'it'i Mii-nonri It i ir'M.ii .mil m,
Lo'ii- as. bv w ut t.'.. ii.-. ijfo ur a y n:li.-r r ui 40
via .-t h mis It'. ut..-.
ISA H TtT:(;KOV,
I're i.lurt i .1 Hk-'I So, i. M 1. ml , Vt)
II H U llKi- LKU,
(ien'l Titki l A -i t Si l.i uU, Msv
W . W KIIMNiiHi,
iin'I Fr.i((!.t Acri.t St
J". II K VKl.l.V.
A Bent, St ...ii:.
I. M I'b .V.V,
fi.-i'I Wetera A,--nt,!M Juvpu. II
rniiE short all rail lino
Tn Chicin.t, lutrnit, k St fnui.
t.i'fityttf-' Iniliiin,;pi.h. Cincinnati, , . ki l-'fcj
Sanhritl . Cniio. M, t , MA..
Inrr. I'itUtitrtf . !irf,rln. S dinar it htil n. Hl'-fU
Out rj, Baltimore WnxlmtaUni, fhiiutrli Uia
Is v! the old, relii.1,1,-Ceniral K' uie tb
Ihumlhil & St. Jo. II R.
. ... HJ I ' I
rfTjUe Hi- II i ST. J.. It. H. line cf Ul.iouj
(liver l'acl:et f i um
rr. ATTSMO IJ'I'I I
t"o f-t. J m'p'i. whi-ro coi.n 'ct ions are Di..de l'h
Two Daily Ezprcss Trains
in ilu- II v -t J im. it. It , run liirmiKh from N.luf
to. i Ii t i yu n y Kitli'nit ctiiLife of rnr.,
f'ON NEirriNf; at (.uincv
Vi ), cii i;.)L-. l:uil.ici..n A y-iin y, and Toiid
Wi,..i Ii & V in l:uiiiu..(Jb for a. i j oiiiis .,
in: th and S.u.ld
For t. Louis
, nu.ni'itluo ni.l.j nt MAfOX wiih NoKT'f
11-"H UI It K. r. r st l.i ii ., Hinl at II . uuibnl with
: i!y Mi". Kiv.r k.-t f..r M. I., ui-. ni'in and
-t;,t. n. n: fre", Ii avli ii y v un c i.n n-r.r.l i f
lain f i. .to tlii- t. ai d an ::l u in M I...i:i. i . ,1
i:i rui- jr in ce-.:i in ! nn.., m l in cniiii, , ! ,tu
liH'.iB'-.. Alt-m M .i i, i- 1,-rri- MaM.e Alt..n M.
''' A Mi-:-rii t i K.Hlumd-.fur .-,i i,-n u
l.ii., oitl, ai.d &v.uib.
KKW SLEEPING CARS
lljll oil N i,;bt TlHilM.
- Pcy your Ib-i itnh tii k. t vl ll,..inil.l A Pt.
I' ICR at t! ,-ir tli'ki-l rbiva In llm-il L (V,.,r,-:l
U!uf l'l lit II I'llih N,.ka Cilv J......h
ii d on e.icli r.t-k-t iii tbf liu.-, ni.d rn'loy ' Ibe cu
t .('iHWH or liav;i.K tan-n l!ii- ln,rl. ri eaoauJ
jjick r. ute ea-f C, W. vy. t. i-u Mii.'t.
I. H fJIioAT .-n'l Tirkt A(f-nl.
II. II CyL'il THIOH r. (iu'l Kr't Agt.
Ilniuaibal &, St. Joe K. U'
One of tlie Coniianr Plcamrr, leaves dully tr"9
very i.oint on tbe Mi-xotui Kiver above yi J,,..-, h
ind anivi-a at it. Jo. li in tune to c .one' t lih th.
xp'e-ii tiain on il.e Hannibal A t. J imhI. K.ir..,l
for iiaimibal, at mb.ch place ronni cliou l made tl,
411 me eTeinnu wilh one of the Keokuk Pa' kets.whb 1
lriives in time to connect wjih next inorninir ir.ln.
out of hi. Louis for Cincinnati, Indianapolis. Loul.
u : 1 1 n n II...... l 1 : . n . 1 ..
.1.1., .tt.itj iirtuir. n acijiui U IV. IIh mnr.
Pliiladelpbia, New York, lioxlon. and to all oih.
Eastern, Northern and Suothern Cities. Th.
mentioned lines of eleeant Packets are concede.! b
all travelers to the best on the western waters -
iiiiiuLUH 1 11 hr.To
For sale to St. l.oui. and all KaHtern. Nortdern anA
Southern cities via the above lines at Denver City,
inha. Council I)luff. Plattsmouth. XtrKk n.u
and at all other principal ticket otllct-s in th. west.
2-.i 1 r-. .
.ri iiu oiaie-rooms tree: m..
R. FOKIl, Sup't II. R. P. L , Kt. Joseph.
H. Q. FCKOI bO.X. Pec'y It. R P. L. gt. Jog-A
J. D. SIMPSON. Afrent,
'P23 Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Cabinet - "Work I
naTinpr enlarged his f hop nd Sales-rooms w.n:,l
re.ipectful:y remind tb. people in this vicinity thai
be can furnish (hem w:tU th very best luiuitwre.
Chairs, oro'her Cabinet-work, at the most reason
able rates. I shall kep constantly on hand a lure.
assortment of Eastern Work, and am also prepared
to manufacture anythiuv In my line on short notice.
a large assortment of Keacy-niade Collins ki pt al
all tlmrs. Ca'l and examine my stock and prices.
JelUdAwtf 11. UOiXK.
J. II- PORTER & CO
Are agents io this city for the sale of .tb.e.celebrj!4
"South Bend Wagons,"
,d by S!ud' 'l,k.T.B.ro ... T'T hv. on hand
Joo onmeQl, wtico will
1 r.rl.nl.h. . . f . . . mm
aeded. They piono. to aell at th ... i,.r-
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