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The "Ilerndon Houe," in Omaha
ij to receive a new name.
CtTThej are taking stef ? to organize
a Literary Association at Council B!u3"i,
JTRemeTibei that Clark & Plummet
are se'liD cheaper than any other house
'iil tt:e co'anty. 1 w2.
is paid that eniw has fallen to
tho depth of eight inches at Julesburgh.
CvTThe Parish Aid Society will meet
at the Rectory this (Thursday) evening.
CFTl e United States District Court,
Jul-e Miller, of Iowa, rrei Jinx, com
menced i's fall term at Omaha last Mon
day. C3To find the best bargains in Dry
(ioods, follow the crowd to Clark &
rSeveral - head of fat cittle have
been stolen rfc?ntly in the vicinity of
Pacific City, Iowa.
CJTTho sceend term of the Western
Iowa Colleiftto Institute, at Glentvood,
v. YA open on the 13th inst.
3?"The best article of seasoned oak
wood h selling in this city nt 50 per.
C i Gen. Livinpstcn has piroliased the
Louo formtrly owned by E. C
and is having it enlarged.
'. If you want a suit of clothes of the
latest stylo you will End it at Clark &
Plummer's. w2. ,
CFarmers are buy gathering corn.
The crop is generally light for this coun
try, but wou'd be a heavy crop in most
Col. Smith, the manager of the re
cent great editorial excursion over the
P.iciSc Railroad, is writing a took giv
ing a detailed account of the trip. .
fj5?"A colored man nnmad Wm. Smith,
was killed in Omaha last week by the
Deputy U. S. Marshall. The oCcer was
endeavoring to arrest him.
CTST-Tho New York Cash Store has an
immense stock of boots and shoes which
are being sold at prices before the war
less than the retail prices in any of the
eastern cities. Call and see them.
Capt. Murphy, f the Platte Val
ley IIouae, in this city, has been "aston
ishing the natives" about Omaha by
or-ding up a specimen of the Sweet Po
tatoes raised in this county.
- s- -
R. Clark, of the firm of Clark &
Plummer, left for the cast a few days
ago. He will be absent about six Weeks,
and will purchase a winter's supply of
goods for their store.
5A large quajtlty of lumber has
been taken from this city to Lincoln dur
ing the past month. The road between
here and Lincoln has eoarcelv a hill, and
monstrous loads can be hauled over it.
jJ7Ladies, Clark & Plummer have re
ceived a nice lot of traveling and work
CP"Tootle, Hanna & Clark are mak
ing some changes in their banking office
putting in a new counter, etc. The
business of the bank is transacted in the
tore during the repairs.
C5f The New York Cash Store, corner
oT Main and Second streets, has ore of
the best selected stocks of goods ever
brought to Nebraska, and the people
have found it out, too. Mr. Wiggenhorn
has gone east to replenish.
3TWeigh your Saleratus when you
buy a paper. You will find D. B. De
Land & Co's. Best Chemical full weight,
and that others are not. Try all things
and holJ fast to that which is best and
true on weight and quality both.
' CSGen. Simpson, President "of the
beard of Government Bailroad Commis
sioners, has been relieved from further
duty on the board and ordered to other
service. He is succeeded by Gen. Bu
ford. ("Secretary Kennard has our thanks
for a copy of the laws, Joint Resolutions
and Memorials cf thefirst second and
third sessions of the State Legislature,
together with the constitutions of the U.
S. and the State of Nebraska.
C"See the big advertisemint of Wm.
Stadelmann. He is an energetic busi
ness man, and understands that it is
through the influence of printers ink that
customers are found. Ho has an excell
ent assortment of goods, nnd is selling
them very low.
5"Bro. Rob. Morris, the well known
Masonic author and ro;t, is about to
visit Nebraska, lie wi'i give a recitation
of Masonic poems in Omaha on Monday
evening, lSth none but Master Mason
admitted. We hope ho may give us a
call at Plattsmouth.
3?" Clark &. Plummer arc receiving
fresh supplies of goods almost daily.
They arc determined to Keep their stock
fcJTGrading has been going on lively j
for the past week. It looks Use the city
council had determined to do something
for the general good. Some four or five
different sets of hands and teams have
been at work in as many different places
and they have been making the dirt fly
with a will. Main St., Second, Third,
Sixth and Seventh have received the
trirrpa! rirt cf the
(JFarmers will find a large stock of
farming implements and goods suited to
their trade at Clark & Plummer's. vs2
C"Tho people of Omaha and Counc'.l
Bloffs are sointwhat agitated ; over the
losation of the Railroad bridee again
They think the question U soon to be de
cided. The indications at present are
that the location will be made at Omaha
city or a short distance above.
?"Mflj. Frank North. In command of
the "Pawnee Scouts," attempted the
punishment of one of bis men last week
for insubordination, when about sixty
of the command mutinied and left for
the reservation, Mj. North has been in
Omaha consulting the military authori
ties in regard to the a.Tair.
CFrom the Press it c learn that a Cre
occurred in Nebraska City last week,
which destroyed the dwelling bouses of
D. I. McMechan and Mike Mentle. In
the endeavor to save McMechan's hous
the portico was torn loose and it fell up
on Hon. John Graves, killing him instant
ly. Mr Graves was one of the oldest
residents of the ct unty, and was respect
ed by all who knew him.
- C7"As it will bs seen in another part
of to day's paper, the initiatory steps to
organize a Litera.y Association were ta
ken last Friday evening. Let those who
feel an interest in the matter be on hand
to morrow (Friday) evening, at the office
of Ilan. T. M. Marour-tt. Look over
vnnr hooks nnd se'a if von hnrn Tint jfpw
good volumes tnat you can donate to the
.Several have already been
s?W9 publish an advertisement this
week of the origin and history of the
"Books of the Bible," by Prof. Calvin E
Stowe, D. D. Judging from the title of
the work and the known ability of the
amhdr, we doubt not this will prove one
of the most interesting anl useful books
in the language. We have sint for a co
py, and will speak of it again after hav
ing evamined it.
(T?7"Some idea may bo had of the
amount of business along the "old mud
uy" when it ts known that there is an
average of three boats running daily and
that for two month past it has been Im
possible to get a pound of freight aboard
at St Joseph in conseq-ience of the great
rush of through freight. Is thero not
business enough to justify the building
of a railroad ? Yes, two or three of
Ci?"A new advertisement of Gage &
Davis' "Central Store," will be seen in
to-dav's paper. Thev embarked in the
Dry Goods, Grocery nnd Provision buai
ness last summer and have built up a
very nice little business. Thev are both
well acquainted throughout the county,
and many of our farmers will trade with
them. They keep a good assortment, are
always accommodating, and are deserv
ing a good patronage from the people of
the city and eountry.
CUTThe card of Wm. J. Ford, Uphol
sterer and paper hanger, appears to-day.
This is a branch of business much needed
in the city, and Mr. Ford should receive
encouragement of a substantial charao
ter He is an excellent workman, as any
one can know that will test his raannfac
tures. If you have a room to paper, go
and get Ford to do it. It will be much
cheaper than to spoil the paper yourself
and then bo compelled to get an experi
enced band t paper it afterwards.
3It is already an established fact,
that Clark &, Plummer have the largest
stock of men, women and children's
boots, shoes and gaiters offered in this
market. Call and see w2.
(The County Commissioners met
last Monday, but owing to tho fact that
the District Attorney is required to ex
amine and pass upon the legality of the
bonds of tho various county officers, the
officers elect do not take their places un
til another meeting of the board, which
will be held on the l8th inst. The bonds
have heretofore been examined by the
county prosecutor ; but that office hav
ing been abolished, tho bonds now have
to go to Omaha and bo examined by Dis
trict Attorney Estabrook.
i7"The Glenwood Opinion which is
fixat rate authority asserts that "a man
can, as has bet-n done in this State dur
ing the past year, buy a raw piece of
! prairie and in one year can raise enough
off of it to pay for the land and fence it
and pay all necessary expenses besides."
Now, if a man can do that where he has
to pay for his land, what think you
would be the result on land equally as
good, with a better market, where the
land can be had as a homestead, as it
can in Nebraska?
27Persons losing stock of any kind
cannot find it any easier and cheaper
than by investing $2,50 lor a copy of the
Herald one year, and then keeping a
sharp watch of the "Estray Notices."
And people taking up stock will confer a
favor upon the owners thereof by having
it advertised, according to law, immedi
ately ; and it may 6ave them much
trouble and annoyance,
era! estrnys advertised
There are sev
in this issue.
One of the largest stock raisers in the
county told us laat year that be never
looked farther than the IIckald for miss
ing cattle, and that he found it much the
cheapest way af finding tham.
Saturday, November 2d, Edgar L., son
of Geo. L. and Mary E. Setbot.t. Aged
I -c.ir, 1 moclii and 12 J7.
Mne years In a hosiery factory
For nine years past I have been con
nected in the capacity of overseer of
the knitting an i stitching department
hosiery manufacturing? and I am free to
state that, of the different kind3 of sew
ing machines, I have found none as well
adapted for general use in making up
hosiery goods as the Wilcox & Gibbs
Fifty per cent, more work can be done on
it than any other machine in a given time;
while the cost for repairs is at least five
times less. Letter of -J. P. Delahunty,
Overseer at Adams Hosiery Mills, L'ohoes,
N. Y., Dec 13th, 1865.
s?"Aoy person having for rent
small piece of land from ten to fifty
acres with n comfortable house on it,
can find a good and permanent tenant by
applying nt the Herald office- tf.
Desirable Property for Sale.
" One dwelling uouse, who seven rrn",
cellar, barn, ar.d 4 acres of ground v.,
set with fruit trees, shrubbery, tc.
Enquire of S.Duke, Agent. myl6
C!"For Sale One of Lamb's superior
knitting machines tae only kind made
that widens and narrows. Enquire at
The undersigned has his superb SODA
FOUNTAIN in operation again in the
Post Ofiice building, nnd the lovers of
this delicious beverage are invited to
Call and see him. A good assortmant of
Green and Dried Fruit will be kept on
and. , 0. F. Johnson.
tR. M- H. M'CLUSKEY
Will do nil work In Ms line on short cotj'ce.
3"0!ilce witli Dr. Idvingston.
Plattsmouth Lodge No- 6, A. F. &
INiridarconimnnleationf l.-t and 3J Mondays of each
tiOMin, at u i ts o clock, p. m.
r. T. DCKE.'SV. M
W. II. ASDKS-iON.Sec.
Nebraska Chapter No. 3, R. A- M.
l:i-enl.r convocations 2J and 4th Wcdnttdaya of
ii n mourn, at 6 l a o'clock p m.
D. H. WHEELER, H.I
! !.(!. LEWIS, Bee.
I. 0. 0. F.
1'1-itt LoJff, No. 7, meet? cTery Saturn's jr rrenlrg
kt cue u.iurt-lluiiae Mall, lirctliers o otr.er Lodges
ire rropecl rnlly ItTiteuto Visit thin Lodge.
By.irderof P. P. GA33, X. O.
M. McE-wai, Rec. 3c'y.
I. 0. G. T.
Ri-(ro1arniettnR eyery Friday eyeniDg. Traveling
Templar respectfully invite.1.
WM. K. WELLS, W.C.T.
WM- K. MATni", W. S.
- SAM'I. M. 0 H ATM AN, Lojje Hfputr,
trfy-KXCKLSIOR DS RE!5 LODQK, No. 1. Platts-
mnath, holds r"?iilar meetings ou ibe third ednfi'
day evtaiug'- of t.ch month.
l!ro S. V. CIIAPMAX, W D T.
Bro. W. L. Wti.n, W D S
Sister E. J. JtfoITiioiBr4 W.D V T.
I-J-STAR OK 1 -On 1.01)0 FT Xo. 8, Sit. Flea'ant,
hd Is reul- metinps everv SHtcr.lay eventon
Bro- B. A. KIEkPA THICK, W C. T.
IT. T. HUUIIKS. W. S.
Bro F. M. TIMBLIN, todj- Deputy.
Tl!rC!V T'Phv th KtiKft.-ril-.Ar at M iMMon. tn
VAtrht Mi l. flnir. urecinrt f.n tli 9 I Hnv nf N'av.m.
ber 1 Soi, one yearling iK-if'-r carf, of a roan color.
no renr; or ornDiis.
nov 7 it 5 LEWIS CIBERSOX.
Tltril I'T V v V. n n,K..;Snr . t;a . n . ! . 1., .... in
Sit. l'l-xtit pre-ii.ct, Cv5 c unty Nebraska, Octo
ber '221 lb", "tie lirulit l ay mm e, 6 or 7 years M,
about 15 hand, hih, cellar mirks on the top of tier
tc'K. nnu n i.l uti a uaiier nen laaen ap.
nuy 7 tr 3 DAVID O. SIIOOP.M AV
Takea np y the snhrtilxr at hi premise' in Jit.
Ple.ifHut pr-eincf, Cass Co., Nth. about 3 mi!es
re-t of The Ml. Pleasant town-site, on the S2d day
of Otto'KT, ADlo7, oiie U-yearold Steer, black and
vMt spotted, white in Iioi.l head. Also, one year
ling Steer, of a re I color, with i-tas; burns, and is
mailed with a ross on tlie riirt-.t hi:.
Octobei lilOw JOHN RENiEN.
T.wen np by th r.l orilier at his premises in Mt.
Pleasart ;-rtcini t, about $ miles wsl vf tho Mt.
Pleasant totrit--it, on the 22-1 day of October, A D
1?G7. two YearlnK steers, one of a rea o.lor and the
other a kind uf btvwu ci.lor, -cviih wM:e spo a t o
head. 11A.3 Tl MM.
October 24 !w
Taken np by the itcriher at his preinisajn the
north p-irt of Eight-Mile fin,ys pteciuet, Cass county.
Neb., on Octoh r 22d, I $07, one lwo-ear old lleiler,
r d with line back. JAMES 'cltADTREB.
And for sale at low fl'irea.
Id Is COFFEE, li AU SCGAli,
5 Iblt DRY APPLES, 5 Ml DRY PEACHES,
SfC , kc. Also, a large assortment of
LA Til. SniXILEX )00i?., TT7AY)(9ir SASH,
wixnow r.is, class, cexex.
PLASTEJi I'AIUS, 11 All!, COAL OIL, Etc
250 bufliels, t. whicb we In-, i'e the ntteation of
Islarksmith and otbers ns to quality and price, w e
are Acents for the OOOKlN COAL BANK, at Lex
ington, and propose to furnish all the Cvil this
country wants at prices to suit. Also a large stock of
Bye, Bourbon and Star "Whisky.
Cherry, Easpberry, Blackberry and Ginger Brandy.
Call and nee ns.
fclMPSOV, MICKELWAIT CO.
lare to get cheap L:imps and Lamp t'kimne
. is at d m B LA VIC, BUTTE 11 Y tfi CO.
BOOKS I STAT ONER Y.
rtoi'V. Pehool Books, Newspnprrs, Magazines,
Periodicals, and all kinds of Sia'i juery, at
Poat-offlce Building, Mala tre?l.
Notice is hereby riven that application has been
made to have I. J. liecker appointed Administrator
of the estate of John Rakes, jr.. deceased Said ap.
rdiestion wi'l heard oir the 1st day f Noyeinber.
1)7, at 1 o'clock r si, at whic'i time !! petsons in
terested ctn appearand attusr ca : -'e why said ap
pointment tbould not be mud", if any they hare.
JOIl.'i V. MA It.silALI,,
Oct. li, 1SC7. 17 w3 lTobate Judgo.
SI- G. Worlliinstoii
Attorney and Counselor
Office In Ka'bach' Bhxk, corner of Douglas nnd 15tb
streets, Omaha, Nebraska. au14
Xo!ice Is hereby sriyen that I will offer for fale. at
tie residence of John Giimour, in St Pleasant pre
cir.ct. Cass crunty, Kebnuka, on the 13th day of
November lSi7, on red steer, white st'ipe across
the ahonlders, both eyes blind, 8 years old; said
steer bavins been takei vp and adverti.-cd according
to law l.y JuliD Gilmonr, and appraised it T JU, i J
James SlcDona'.J and Peter Stall.
Vt.l't'.-. I "' ci ihef'"s.
Wotice to Builders.
NEBRASKA. STATE CAPITOL
- Sealed Piepnsals for the execution ..f the several
descri'-lions of Artidcers Works necessary in the
erectioo of the new Slate Hon-e of Nebraska, to e
built at Lincoln, Lanca?tar county, Nebraska. Said
Trop 'sals will be received by the Superintendent at
his office at Lincoln, on or before tba ll h day of
Jmu.iry, 1 a lw! cVIoct, noon, ai d will be sub
ject to tho approval of tfce I Vmtnif-iocers in accord
ance with an Ac entitled an Act -'To provide for the
lccatio'i tf the real f Government of the Mate of
Si b-atka, an l fjr ih e ection of Public Buil lings
then at. approved June 14tji, Is07."
The plans and fpt ili-uitoi;s msy be seen cn and
sfter the l:h day of N iveinlHir, 1S57, iu I'.e rffloe of
the raperintendent at LincolD.
All Proposal miit be aecompui I'd by wrHfen
agrreraituts and hondi at not h'fS than double the
contract price. With surctica to be approved, by the
Cou:uji?stoDers and conJMioae'I f t the faithful per
formance of the contract on or before the 1st day of
The Commissioners reserve the right to rtject any
aud all tijj, if in their judgment they are loo high.
Architect and Superintendent.
1 1th of October, 1?C7. 3 n
S lit ri.Ts Sale :
Samuel O Damci "I
Joseph E Johnson V
Harriet Johnson and j - -
Charles H. Blaka J
Notice is beieby given that by virtue
of an eyecn'Ion in the above entitled canse, issued
out of and uiid-r the s.'al of the Clerk or tne Di-trict
Court of th 21 Jitdicial District within :.nl for
Kdiila ctunty, IJtbr-ika, and to nie directed, I
will ntler tor sHie at public auction, to the highest
and bent bidder; at the front do-r of the ourt-Uoue,
In the city of PlaltMnontb, Ntbracka,on
SA TCRDA 1', the 16iA d,iy of Ateinher, A V 167.
between" the ionfs o. one and two "o'clock p m of
said day, all right, title and interest of lb a above
mual tlefendiXils, Jo-epli t Johnson, Harriet John
son and Chancs H . Uliike, in and to the fallowing
descnl el real elate to-wit: Lot no ten (10) in black
no fifty-three (53). l"t ne four (4) in block o one
hundred and seventy. ore (171), lot no eleven (11) in
block no ninety. two (02), and lot no one (1) in block
ooHftj-H X T)6), In the city of Platlsmouth, Casa
Given under m hacd this 14 h day of October, A
D lS07f ' A. B. TAl LUIt, theulT
of Cass counly, Nebraska.
By G. W. FainriKi.D, Deputy. oclT 4
.4 GENTS (1.j0 per month, everywhere, male
1Y an.l female, to sell the OEKLISE COMUJN
SE.VSE FAMILY SUMSO MACHlA'f, the
grectest Invention of the ag-: Price fl8. Kvery
Machine warranted three years. Address,
M. LEWIS it CO.,
5ejl2 4w 1'. O. Box 003 St. Louis, Mo.
TLLI.(;s nt all price
Any persons wishing to purcha.se I'arm-property, or
R-sldeiices in town aril! find th em for tale at al
uir7. Hfal Estate Agent.
Antcny P. lilfchi-id, cf Council Bluffs, In the State
of Iowa, will tike notice that Muiphee & Simj.son,
of the County of Cas and Slate of Nebraska, did, on
th 2tih flay of October, A r. leG7. fl:e their I Union
in the Di.-ttict Couit of the 2d Jui!iial District of
Nebraska, within at.d for Cass county, ipa!n-t the
said Ant ny L 1) I.-cl-ei l, Je 'eutlnut, seaini: forth that
tl e Sai l di-fendatit is indelted to the said plaintiff in
the sum of $ 70 37 on his certain promissory note,
rode, exectitrd and delivered by tii' said defendant
! the ;a:d l Uiat:lf, tx arinir date on the 1st day of
V'tob-r, ls67. and c.illinR for th: parment of $70 87,
one day alier date. i;h ir.tertst at the rate of ten
per cett. per annum, and prayinir that the said An
tenv Buhls jl.iid miy be adjudged to pny th-laid
tain nf money now ulaimed to I'e due, with interest
as afore?s,n!; and the said Anteny Bobltcheid is re
quird to appear and answer said petition on or be
fore the 9"h dav of D cemb-r, a l 1sij7.
Ifoa are fait her kntifled that an order of attach
ment has been is-md in said cause, and that your
propetty situated in s lid co'itity, to wit; Lot one,
tvo, four and ten (1, 2. 4 and !(,) In block two (3),
sotith of trie TuHic S'iU.ire, arid lots ten nnd eleven
(10 and 1 1), in thick one (1), s..nth. rang one (1),
east of the Public Sniiaio, all in Kock 111. .ffs city.
t'a?s county, Nebraska, hsrn been attached in pur
suance thereto. jiaitFiiifc: suh'sun.
W. V. Chapin, Att'y for Plaintiff.
Ordered that the foreo irtf nut!co be published
'ottr cenfecutive weiks in tit Ntbra-ka H. raid.
J. II. litiOWN,
oc"l 4'V L'ierk District Coutt. '
C E. FORGY,
iljnufa:turcr cf all kinds of
Such as the celebrated Rod Brc-.lttrjr Plows, Mould
Hoard Brek'T, Ktirrina Plows, mik and Double
Shoel, Cultivator- aud Harrows. TtepuirinK done
on sliott notice All o: k warrant' d.
Having had much exue rien -e iu the business, 1
f . assured that I can ifive general satisfaction.
Please frive me a cl! btfo, e pui vba.iini; elsewhere.
C. . i'OUUX.
Plait-mouth. Nth., Miy (Jth, lSfi7.
IIo! for Salt Crek. wh re yon can kill two birds
with ore stone, ret your Gra n Oround and Wool
Carded a the snuie lini.: the machinery ft r bo '.h is
in n rfoct order. We ne t',e Ptent Machine Cards,
which were run enonph last year to eftatlish their
superiority over the old kind, as all w ho used the i
csn testify. The superioritt of .Mr. S. Twiss as a
Carrier is well knowu, and his services are still 10
tained for the benettt of the public. With the above
advantages we flatter oui.-e Ives that we can make it
to the ad vaitaire of all who want work in our line
to eome this way. D. DEAN, Proprietor.
myn tj. TVYIS. Carder.
o. O. Herold.
Has just received a larg assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
LIQUORS, uf all description?,
And a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Ap kinds cf
Taken in exchange for Coeds. Cash paid for
FI RS, HIDES, WilEA T, f c.
B-p2S C. G. HEROLD.
" SHANNON'S "
Feed, Sale and Livery
Main St., Tlattsmoutu.
I am prepared to accommodate (he public wtt
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,
Also, a nice Hearse,
On short notice and reasonable terms. A Hack will
run to steamboat landics, end to ail parts of the
city when desired.
mr29 J. W. SHANNON.
FAR.1I For 8 A 112 CHEAP.
The well known farm of S. H. Cummins, situate
two miles west of Plan-month, on the Denver road,
with the timber theieto. Is for sale very cheap.
Apply to J C. CUMMINS, on the adjoining farm.
Also, lots 7 and S, block 14, in PlaMsmcnth.
MEL O PEONS.
COlCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
Dea'er la the celebrated Fleck McCammon Fianot,
and o:ber Musical Instruments.
ft.'-'.r !- TSrian'cd 't -1r
V are just in r;ee!pt of .ar FAT;I, AND WINTliR'
; DRY GOODS,
' Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
: Hardware, 1 :v "
-'' ..... . . . . '
SCHUTTLElt WAGONS Constantly on hand.
jUoIine IMows and all kiiuls or AfMCl rIX IS Ali
Which w are selling at the lowest ca.h price. Please call and nenjine our stock and c
ST AUDE &
JOM II CLARS
Clark 8c Plummer,
(Successors to Tootle, Hanna & Co.,)
Kcap en hand a full stock of all kinds of
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
The Cheapest and Best.
E. A. WIGGENHORN & CO.,
IIaveJu.t received a large and splendid stock
1 1 ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Lowest Cash Prices!
flaring purchased them for cash In New Tnrk and Boston. We assure the poblie w eaB an3 will
bell Goods as low as any house weft of St. Louis or Chicago.
2?Remember the Old Corcer, now called the
txt-77- TSaTois. csosL store,
CORKER MAIS AND SECOND (or Ivce) STREETS.
tJ-Ovr motto is "CTCA SALES AXD SMALT. PROFITS."
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, September 26-.h, 1S67.
E. A. WICGESUORIf
PROSPECTUS OF THE
" NEBRASKA STATE
The under Ipued proposes to estblish a Weekly
Newspaper at Lincoln City, the Capital of the State
of Nebraska, to be called "The Nebraska State Jour
nal." the first issue of which will be about the 1st of
The whole outfit for the Office will be entirely nerri
and will embrace - (jocd Job Office, an well as the
News Department. Hasi ig bad much experience in
Journalism, and being out of the first settlers in
Nebraska; consequently being wrll acquainted with
the wand of the people, and the resources ot tba
State, we flatter ourelf thai we can give general
satisfaction in the enterptise.
The "Jonrnal" will arlvocate Eepublicin princi
ples, hut will be conduced on an independent scale,
and will be cuurteont to all parties and sects.
Returning our thanks to our old friends and pa
trons, we txuet 'hry will asaist us in this new enter
TERMS 42. CO per annum in advance.
Notice is hereby given that all claims against the
estate of R. J. Palmar, dee'd, mi Bt be on file in thia
office on or before the
imh drry of MARCH, A D 1S63,
at which time said claims will be determined upon.
Oit-en u ;der any hand tbr 15'h dsy ofSptsmber,
D 11-6T. JOHN Vf. MARSHALL,
scpl9 6w Piobute Judge.
JAMES O'XKIL is my authorized Agent for the
collection of all accounts das ths nndertigmd for
medical services; his receipt wiil be valid for the
payment of any monies on said accounts.
Anu?tl4, 1S87. R. H. LIVING 5T0S", M.D.
G K. McCAIiLUM,
Manuf ctnrer of and ! dealer in
Saddles and Harness,
Of every description, wholesale and retail, ?Tf 13rt J
r:ir. jl.- !
! CITIZENS !
Cluee ns ware,
of New aud Kahl nablo Goods, ccntiftlng of
Which they will sell at ihe
I. SCU.f AS3E.
PALL TRADE 1867.
PRATT & FOX,
Importers and Manufastnrer' Agents of
HARDWARE s CUTLERY,
Large stocks of American Serew Co. Screws, Aims'
Shovels and Spades, Douglass' Manu.arturing Co.
Kdge Tools, American Table Cutlery, Englith dock
Agents for HERRING'S SAFES,
Forsyth's Scales and Truck
Ordera Cllel at Factory Prices.
PRATT & FOX.
Cor. Main and Washington Ave.
serSStn 57. LOT715, 110.
3 nawant Fai'n t JJcrtjclccs at old pKcos rc It
HLArtr. BVTtf.K Y fA.'K
An Old Sobg Set tb b Xctr Tftn
ZT 18G7. -
Vem Vfr hole! cw
An Mice ami hat
ii-iU of rati.
Uoi'y itip a'. oxj.
' "IP years e. Uldisbed In 5. T.Cliy "
"Only infallible remedies I cown. "
"Kroe from ,oU0IJS.',
'Xbt danKt rous to the Human Family."
"Hats Come out of their holes to die."
Costar's Rat, Roach &c't Exterrn
Is a paste ned tr RaU. Mict, Eoacht,
Mack and J.'M Ant, ofc.
Costar's Bed-Bng Extrmlnatff
Is a lirpid or wash ust d to destroy, and
!so as a preventive for Bed-Bug, te.
Costar's Electric Powder for
I for Motfin, Memjiiitoei, FUat, Fed Bvgt
Insects on Flantt, Fotcln, Animals, to.
! ! Bawias ! ! ! of all worthless Imitation.
JCf"fe thai .CostsB's" name is ou each Sox,
bottle anil Flat it be ore you buy. - -
Addra . .
Henry R. Costal;
4c Broadway, Kw fork.
Sold in Platlmnouth. Xrbrnslet, by His. ,
Buttery h. C , and U W. Johnson, a&a All D-aggU
and Retailers everywh're. - -
For Cuts, Bntns, tliulie", Wojnds, Bolls, Caceert.
Bioken Breasts, Sore Nipnles, Bleeding, Blind and
Painful Piles, Scrofulou", Putrid and ili-c nditlon4
Sores, Ulcers, lilaodular Swellings, Eruptions, Cuta
neous Affections, Kingworm, tcb. Corns, Bunioas,
Chilblains, fco; Chapped Hands, Lips, Ac; Bltei el
Spiders, Insects, Animals, wc.
tfBoxes, 2A cents, 60 cents and $1 size.
Sold by all Drusrglsts everywhere.
And by HKNRY K. C03TAK, Dept 414 Broal
w!I.Aad by O. F. Johnson, and Blsek, B'Jttary as
Co., ftattsmuuih. Nebraska.
Kor Horn!. TVin:.-...-. t -
-Boxrs 23 cents, t.O cents and 1
rQ.lj .. -ii Ii... t. ..v.K.a
and by HENRY K. COSTAR, Depot 4i4 Bresfl
viav, X. Y.
iarAnd by Black, Bu'tnry & Co an l 0. T. aaar-
tco, Plattsmouth, Kebra?ka.
Bitter Sweet & Orange
FOR. BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Tsed to soften ar.d beautify the Skin, rtmeve
Freckles, Pimples, Eruptions, c.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all other.
jT3"Sold by all Drutrgists everywhere.
And byllEKUY B. CoSTAR, Depet 484 Bread
way, SJ Y.
f?AodbyO V. Johnsen and Black, Butterf af
Co., Plattsmouth, Nobra ka.
For Coughs, Colds, Uoarsehess, Sore Throat, Cronp,
Whooping Cougb, Influenza. Asthma. CoDKumDtioft.
Bronchial Affectioi and all Diseases ef the Threat
Eoxcs 25 centi 50 eenta and SI size .
3.Sold by all DruFKisis rveryahere.
And by UXBY K. COSTAR. Depot 4S4 Broad -
vtay, ST. Y. - . .
TADd by Black, Buttery 4 Ce anil O. t. Jsha-
son, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
A UNIVERSAL DINNER FILL.
For Nervous and Si k Hsadjcde, Costi vr nosi. Inoi
ge.s:ion, Ly.pepia, Billiousne-s, Constipation. Diar
rhea, ColK'a, Cbiils Fevers and genet a; derangimen
Of the Dinestivv Organs.
- Boxes 25 cents, O '"eu: au 1 Mzes
SiSold brail Drnpgista everyah.re.
Aud by ritNRT K COsTAI!, Depot 4S1 Brcsd
""". N Y.
-' Ani b;-" v. V- .Tbo-.n rn ; F.I;.e', Kuvr." &'
' . rii!'r,ei.:h, Vchratka. s s
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