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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1867)
PLASTIC i SLATE,
IR O O IP I ZEST Gr
AND OTHER PURPOSES.
Th process of reconitructing. Elate Stone from
disintegrated stale was .
PATENTED FEB. 21st, 1665.
j' .:- it is a conrtiniir of . v ; !
;f Pulverized Slate and
; : Viscous Matter,
.(lie latter possessing qualities of ge.r!eglcl -end
ehemteal affinity for th. formei.) and is ''- j
vchpn- nl of one of ibe irapl ' but unal
terable tendencies of nature.
AS A ROOFING MATERIAL
IT STANDS I'NKI VAT.LLD.
A inastit it adapts iUeU to cverj hupc and slope.
Nou-cumbxislibie, impervious, non-expamive
and omleciiying. -
VjFrost VDcea not Crack or Heat
. : Di880lVQ it.
The only Roofing if aterlal erer;di3Coered that will
reeiit the action of the clement as ions at
the structure it protsct. lieiuK sus
?rr - eeptible of little if any wear
from exposure and
PERFECTLY FIRE - PROOF.
ttjis un- quailed as a coating f-r railroad' and f.iiui
' luildingi, bridges bottom of Tesls, Yaail, etc.
Materials for sale by
? - Hole Licensee for Nebraska,
Douerlas St. - - Omaha, Neb.
" my 1 ly
EE All BSTAT
U. H. Wheeler c Co .
Real Estate Agen s,
PLATTSMOUTII, N. T.,
VC-.t for sale Hie fclluwins Real Eetate.
East half northeast quarter 22
West half norihwest quarter M
South half northeast quarur 32
N" jrrh half southeast qua: t.'r 32
Northeast quarter IS
Southwest quarter 82
M'est half southeast quarter 82
North half Southeast quar'er 15
West half northeast quarter 3
I Northwest qaaster northwest qr 13
. ".St half southwest quarter li
- Eatlia!f sottthea-t quarter ' ' 4
Fonibwest quarter southeast quarter 4
South half northwest quarter 12
. Northwest Quarter 22
. Last half southwest quarter 13
North hair southeast quarter 10
North half iou.h west-qaarter 10
West half northwest quarter i
Northeast quarter 21
Undivided half southwest airier 23
Kan half northwest uuarttr 1
Northwest quarter northeast quarter 1 11
Lots in the city of Plattsmou.
7a ' Bin Tt 'Block Lot B' :k
6 22 " 12 64 '5 23
8 26 9 2s 3 33
O rt 3i H 56
jo 6- lo 'jo a o'i
0 123 1 12 4 12
a -29 c a :iS
The north half of 8 47
East half of Hocks 1, 4. 7, g an! 10.
South ha f of blr.e'i 3.
Lots 6 3nd 7 in block 5.
West half section 82, township 11, n.uee 14. 1
acres under I ence, 112 ttory frame boa-e, go-.d w
and spring, and good running wafer, plenty of tr
fcer fjr flre-wood. Ptice 3,'50.
The bubscriber having jmrchascJ tl:e IUd Stole on
t.l sueet, lately occupied Ly Sarpy and other, would
respectfully inform the citizens of PiattatnuutU aud
vicinity, that he has refitted Ihe store and opened a
large muck of
For Ladien, Gents, Children, and the rest of man
kind, BLd is prepared tj do all kiuds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be baj py to serv e his
old and as many new customers as may give him
their patronage, assuring them of iheir woik well
done, at moderate prices, and on short time. Ihe
tuck, embracing every variety i l goods usuxlly kf pt
at a iirst-class Jewelry Store, will be sold a low
pries, aud warranted of best worktuantlp and
aoaIeri.il. lie has a; so a small stock f
which will be replenished from time to tim", and
eold at the lowest figures. Waving permanently lo
cated in this city, I ropectiuily solicit a share of pa
tronatce, and cordially invite all to call and cxam-ne
the stock on hand, as we would be pleased to serve
yon, and do not ak you to buy unless wo c.a make
4t for your interest to patrcnize us.
dec27tf E. n. EtTON. .
BOARD AND L0DCtWCt
33 G . W. COLVIN,
tAK STREET, ... PI ATTSM0CTU,
Two blocks northwest of Brick chool-House.
"Private rooms furnised if desired. Either day
l oa:d or with lodgings at reasonable rates,
jan 5 d tf.
tyhe place to gel Perfumerv af all kinds is at
A BLACK. BUTTERY L'o.'S.
4 Jo to Black, Buttery & Co.'s for your L
VT Lubric andatora.
ttmWT EVERYBODY SECURE
x ft- p-.-m a n
il TJrbana Schenie.
Zs?2 Send f ..r un Illustrated Circular.
il I lof 13,3 first pre
11 1 1 seasons.
rniums in two
Its seam is
wJ stronger and
less liable to rip than the Lock Stitch.'
"Swipe' Report of Vie Grand TriaL"
Send for the "Report," and Samples of
ork, containing both kinds of stitches on
the tame piece of goods. Agents wanted.
L. C0BNELL & CO., Gen'l Agents,
133 Lako St . Chicago.
F-'P. TOD5,-T-ocai Asent, Ilatt srtouth, NtW
ot 17 w y
JJou.if! Increase!. Pensions due Sol'
dicrs ah J their heirs.
F. M Dorringtrn nig this day received from the
JJepaiiraent, the in full with new blanks for the
olleciioo ot additional Bonnticsand increased Pen
noa: and is ready to prosecute all such claims as
may be eutru'te.J to hi care. Cal aud ir.i3c.
"iifct claimed ) first sorvd.
v ji.v ,t.i:i:;gt :
IU.tmjU'h. Au.n. lr.
mm Picture Gallery.l
Pictures taken of all Kinddv:
i nufrtiiJ fm Pinhirpq. Slc- " A ??ood assortment of Cases Fraijw
Albums; &c, constantly kept on hand.
oafide to or er, of any size
W2I. R. PEN'CK,
. .;. " . . . '
Chemicals, Glass, Paints, Oils, Pure Wines and Liquors,Coal
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS- S&. o SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO-
JHf-We are the Northwestern Wbolejale Agents fur Dr. D. Jyce & Sonand Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co.,
hud can furnish their meiiiciaes in any qnautities. jan23 ly
Win. Stadelniann & Co.,
One door ivcsl of Donelan's Drvg-store,
Dealers in ,
Ready-made , Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
a . . . - ' - -
MATS, CATS. FOOTS. SHOES,
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot of
RUBBER CLOTH IjYG. RE VOL! -ERS
We bought low and will sell creap for cash. Cal. j
and ex.imiueour stock before vuu buy any where elsel
jyl -(Jo Wm. STADtLMANN A CO.
THOMAS C. CRENSHAW,
g rACRLtt OF A5D BEAI.EB IX
Saddles and Harness,
BRIDLES, COLLARS, CURRIE
Comb?, Spurs, Ijislies, Whips, cj-c.
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T
IIa3 moved Into hi- new brick Irilldintr on the t -nerof
Main street and Levte, whcie he is laily re
ceiving large additions to his air -ady extemive
I XJ O 3
He offers the very best of bargains to customers;
and requests a call from those who want anything ia
his liue to test the advantages in prices withnuuse
9 1 others.
and give bija a call if you wish to buy cheap.
CON FECT 1 ON E II Y
BREAD, CAKES, PIES', RCSMT.SU- ,
Of lh best quality, can be obtained at all times.
I would invite especial attention to the fact that I
have fitted op an excellent
ICE CREAM SALOON
In Connection with the Bakery, where you can be
accommodated at all inuea.
Wedding parries sups-lied on short notice with
anything ia the liae of Confectionery or Pastry
Call aud see uie. jcl3
F. IL DORRINGTON,
RIAL ESTATE AGENT,
I'r npt attention paid to the purchase and sal of
R a iCsiale, and payment of Taxes, and all bun iness
p -rtaining to a general Land Agency. Titles inves
Befers by permission to
If O.E. S. Dundy, Judge 2d Judicial Pint., Falls
Ci'y, Nebraska; Major Kdw'd Burbank, Paymaster
U. v. A.. Leavenworth, Kausus; 11 uu. J. ti. Burbar.k,
la'e An.csor Nebru--ka, Falls City, Neb ; Hun. T. M.
Mf",lli'l:, Plattxmouth, Neb., Col. K. K. Livingston,
la a C ..ebraska 1st Vet. Toll., Plaltuiouth, Neb.;
M.;.' i. II. Wheeler, TJ. 8. ludiau Agent, Pawnee
Axency; Cha's Neitleton, No. Ill Broadway, New
Voi k; Harvey, Deitrich !t Brown, Washington, 1. C ;
Tra-r, Slaguire o: Co., Chicngo, Ills.; K. O Filch.
Itoches'er, N. Y.. Prof, llenty Arltug :a!e, '-ilartford
Uulvcrsity'N. Y. oc25
Cnpt. D. MBOO & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers ia
Wines and Liquors,
A!o a very cho'ee Selection of
Tobacco cad Cigars,
Main street, s.iid door casl of Seymour House,
Nehratka City, Nebraska.
Are just receiving a nw sock 'f (s'ne O'd
Bo-"-f cr, d're-.' f.ma I uu:t?a cran-, Ky., Bit!t,
rt C i;?r. f. ' rijlF w
Oilt and Rosewood Molding, or FraaJeJjl
W. D. GAGE. W. R. DAVIS.
Gl iY BOOT AMD SHOE
We are scllirjj Bot, Ahoes ana"Leatber, ar
store on M.iio street, one door tr est oftne l'e
CHEAPER tbanihe CHEAPEST
We are mtDtifactriring work fiom the very best of
steel, a d will accominodxte all who may give us a
Eleiaii ii55doncat all (iuics.
GAGE & DAVIS.
Aug. 20, 66 il&wtf
WOOLWORTII & CO ,
SAI.YT JOSEPH, MO ,
E. C. LKWtS
19. il. Wheeler & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PLATTSMOUTII, .V. T.
Collections promptly attended to. and proceeds re
luit'.ed at current rates of Exchange. Taxes naid in
Wes e-n Iowa and MebraKa lor nntr resident.-.. 1 itles
to la id investigated. Mouey loaned on Keal Estate
socur.ttes. L'.diI warrants locate'.
A .'ents forcollection of claima asainst Governmen
for sold. era, their widows aud minor beis. Asent
fi.r .he purchase and sale of Lands and City proper
ty , easing of Tenements.
RE FERE ACES:
Hon. S. H. Elbert, Denver City. C. T.
Alesrs. Kountze Bros.. Omaha, Neb.
" SlcCann &. lie teal f, Nebraska City.
" U. F. Filley. t-t. Louis, Mis-ouri.
" Dr. Plo Lewis, Boston, Massachusetts.
H V Dltmars. Chicago, Illinois.
II M Mapill, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Tooile A llaiuia, l'latt.-njouth. Nebraska.
L B Kicb, Three Rivers. Michigan.
Hon F Fellows, liloonilield, Wisconsin.
Hon T M M.irquett, l'luttsmouth, Nebraska.
L Lewis, Artoi ney at Law, Butt'slo, New Yurk.
Carter, Hussey & Curl, Ues Jdoiues, lawa.
a 3 dJtwtf
MRS. L. B. JONES,
Wonld resiwctfully inform the ladies of Plultsmonth
mat she is now prepared to do
CUTTING, FITTING and MAKING
if required. Ladies and Children' Presses, Cloaks,
Basques, etc. ifA'WISE bTlTCUIXU done also.
Al' work will be executed with neatness, and will
receive prompt attention. She will endeavor to eive
satisfaction, and therefore solicits the patrunaite of
. V. .. 1 .. ) . . . .1.1. ..1 : i
iihu iminiu mis fiu; anu viciuuy.
J3"Hesidence in the building formerly occupied
by Mat his a Son's Bakery. Main street.
Mrs Joues is now organizing a club for Dcmorest's
Mirror of Fashions; call at.d subscribe. aov23
Heal Est at e
OFFICE IX MASOMC BLOCK
TLA TTSJfO VTIl, KLBR ASKA.
Lot 8 in block 47, good residence, well aud out
buildings. Lot 12 In block C2. a good two-Mory residence,
brick baem-nt, we!;, barn and other outbuildings.
A rare chance for a good ii vestment.
Lot 11 in block 173, building with two rooms and
cellar. CooJ chance for a small capital.
Lot 10 in block 27, good residence, with all the
tVef-t half of section 8-5, town 12, range 18, togeth
er with 36 acres of timber- One Imndinl acres un
der cultivation. Eight mile from l'latt5iuouth,near
An improved farm of eighty acres, good boure,
well, etc., villi five acres o good timber,
. Eighty acres of land, parliy improved, two an ad
half mile from the city.
1H0 acres of partly improved land, with 40 acres of
young tiin'vr, situated 4 miles south of town.
BUT NOT DISCOURAGED.
T. W. f hryock is agaiu a'- ilie olJ stand rearpd
to wait apon bis former customers, and the public
generally. If you want anything u shape of Furni
ture or Chairs, give him a call. 3rd street near
klain.I'lattsmoutb, N.T. mayl7,dtf.
Miss A. M. DESPAI3ST.
iTlilliacr and Dressmaker,
OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICE,
Has just received a larse stock of XEr GOODS!
of the latest fa&hions. New (iuoda received every
tn"nth. Call nd ? thm. . mvStf
THOf. : TLE, . T. E. HiR.til J. .CLAB1
Tootle, Hanna h Clark,
Dealers 1 j
Gold Dust, Gold and Silver
Coin, Exchange, U- S
and other Stocks-
and special attention given to Collections
PIiATTSMOUTH, N. T.
The undersigned having made arrangements for
establi-hing a Republican paper at Lincoln, the Cap
ital of the State, have the honor to aonounce to the
public that the materials for a first-class publishing
and job office have been ordered and will be ready
tor business in a short time.
The "COMMON WEA LTfl" will labor for the early
and rapid developemcnt of the resources of our inte-
lor counties and the State generally, by the inffux of
hardy immigrants, aud for the immediate construe
tion of the iron highways of commerce, to make a
maiket for the first grain growing section of the
Union. As an exponent of Republicanism it will
sustain the policy adopted by the Congressional ma
jority, in obedience to the mandates of the men who
carried the flag from the "River to the Sea." But
while faithful to the principles of the Republican
party, we shall freely consider and discuss the great
questions of thed;iy as they present themselves, in
all candor aud with such ability as we may possess
Subbcrijitivn price 2. per cm man in advance.
The "Commonwealth" will be issued at Ihe earli
est practicable day.
C. II- GERE & CO.
U $ HARDING & C0,r
POST OFFICE BUILDING
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N.T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Afro Agents for all the prinoipal
MA CIA ZLXES and A'E WSI'A PI2RS
For which Subscriptions are received at Publisher
REKDjWIBITIGEK & Co.
No. 133 Main St.,
NEBRASKA CITY, - . NEB.
DRUGS & MEDI'JVES,
l'aints Oils, Putty . Glass
Patent Medicines of all kinds. lartieles. eta
tlonery, and everything kept in rst-class Drug
More, at Eastern prices.
s- We are prepared to fill all orders, and warrant
ourgoous to oe iresn. apr.lU 6.
I. B. McITIECIIAI,
IROJ, JA1LS, STOVES
Also, Agent fortheSale of the Celebrated 31AGEB
COOK STOVES, AX1 BR ASCII, CROOKS &
LOS SA V8.
SIGN OF THE BIG PADLOCK,
Below theSeymour IUuse, on opposite side,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEB. T.
Boot & Shoe Store !
J. THROCKMORTON & SON,
at their old stand,
NORTH SIDE OF MAIN STREET,
PLATTSMOUTII, - ... N. T.
We keen constantly on hand alanre assortment
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SHOP MADE WORK,
which we will sell at thi lowest ca.-h prices.
Repairing done at suit rt no
tice. ISS-A1I Work Warranted.
J TIir.OCKMORTON. A. THROCKMORTON.
Oct 25 'C6 f
OF ALL KIKDS-
22C A 2-b L'ike St. Chicago.
- 2'i M u k-tt St , .S'f. Louis
E3"Be careful to bey only the Ge-u)ne. myy22
Wm. II. fjcmlte,
ONE DOOR WEST OF NEW BAKERY,
ic27 I5f5 tf
S. V. SIMPS0X,
Simpson,'' Mickelwait & Co.,
Receiving, Forwardingand Commission Merchants,
GROCERIES AND1 PRODUCE,
DOORS, SASH, WIXDOW-BLIXDS, GLASS,
FIXE AXD COTTOXWOOD LUMBER, SHIXGLES, LATH,
PICKETS, ETC., ETC.
BT,ACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for KTedicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuff's, and Fancy Articles Generally v
Farmers, freighters and physician
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu-.
ine and of the best quality.
I'hysicians Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr, Black
Plattsmouth, May 1st, 1S65, tf
1867. J8 ?
AMISON, DOVEY & CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have en hand the LARGEST STOCK of
QUE lNS WARE, HARDWARE,
BOOTS, SHOES. CLOTHING, &C,
Fver Offered in this Market.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything the Farmer, Mechanic, Freighter or Emi
FLOUR, BACON, CORN, OATS, &C.
Thankful for past Patronage, we hope by strict attention to bus
iness to merit a continnance of the" same.
Call and examine our stock.
riatttsmouth, April 10, 186 . tf
E. T. DUKE fc Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE 2 -AGR1CDLTURAL IMPLEHESH
Stoves, Tin, Sheet
AND STAMPED WARE
Of all kindi and siiee, which we trarrant the best in the market
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exclusive Agrnts In this County for the sale
or Wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold
PLATTSMOU Til. N 11 1 JUA SK A
ED WD BVTTERY.
Retail Dealers in
Iron, Brass, Japaued
Main St., next door east of Masonic
JjURLINGTON AND MISSOURI
ISGG EASTWARD 1806
Short and Quick Route to
CHCAGO AND THE EAST
In eonnect'oa with t'ue DcJ Moines Valley ant
Ohicuwo, burlington aul Q-uucy Kallroads.
Three trains leave Ottuinw. daily an arrival 4
Dei Moines Valley trains.
BUY YOl'B TICKETS VIA
0TTUMWA and BURLINGTON
ron SALE AT
. COUNCIL BLUFFS,
Btggage checked from Ottumwa V
Chicago and the East.
Passensrert, have choice of all the great lines lend-,
in? North, East and South, and will find tickets to
ail principal ix iuts East l.y all routes at Hie Ottumva
ticket olliee of thi coinp iny.
1'as.scncrs will find this route Quick, Safs tat
jure in its connections.
C E. PEBKIX3, Superlntendenf. ,
L. CaP.PK.1, Genera! Pre Kl,t and Pasi-enfer AgeU
JTORTII MISSOURI RAILROAD
TO St. LOUIS
AXD ALL POIXTS EAST
Via ST. LOUIS.
Connects with the Hannihal & fU Joxeph K R
Macon City, 13'i miles e.ist of St. Joaeph aud fonr
Tlie Only All Rail Route fr'tn Atcliiivn and 8 .
Jon'ph to t Lou in,
Making direct and reliable connections with
Famous Express Trains.
Leaving St Louis at 2 o'clock iu the afternoon, ni -niotf
through to all Eastern citiei without a A
merit, delay. Pasieugcrs Kointf to
Philiutrlihla, AV to York, Biiltimore, Wanlttnytti "
VitUburu. Buffalo, i'lerrland, and all
AV-tc Enylaud Towna and CUiui,
Via the above line have leis chanps of Cars ark
Make Quicker Timo
Than- by any other route. Passengers point; t
point in Central and Hontheri Ohio, Central an
foiHh'-ru Iu'liara, holllliern lllimds, and all point
iu Kfiitucky u.ake several houis i uicker time lha
can he made via any oth 'r route.
Tim ui'li I lcketH can he purcha.cd at all Iia.lroad
Ticket ' fllces in the went.
Be it understood, that the fara to all points eati
the Fame via the Noith arixsouri Railroad and Ht.
Louis a s by way of CH ago or any other r. ute. 0i
via tit Louis Itoute.
ISAAC II STT'ROKON,
Pre lclent and tioii'l Mi.t. Ft Loul , tt
II. H. WUEKLKK,
Cen'I Ticket Aient rit I.ouls, Mu.
W. W. EHNINtihK,
Cen'I Freighl Ap.-rit St L.hiI.h, Ma.
1'. II. EAK1.EV.
Agent, ht Louix,
I. M. DLNN,
Gen'l Western Agent, St Jos.-U, M,
THE SHORT ALL RAIL LIN
To Cliicaao, Detroit, Tulrtlo, St Jouin,
LiifiitHtf. Indian(inti, Cincinnati, LoninvilU,
Xanhrillr, fWro, Min;i'in, Culmnliu. H'tol
ing, I'itlmlmrg , llu.il, Xingtira Pat , Ilon-U-Ourg,
Baltimore. YaJ,inytuu, Philadelphia,
A'ew York, i-Hton, iLc,
Is vl ihe olJ, reliable Central Koiile Hi.
Hannibal & St Jo. II It.
Hr?Take Hie II A ST. JO. 11. It. ine tf WUkiui
Itiver rackets fiuiu
To St. Jo-ep'i, where connections are made wltfa
Two Daily Ezprcss Train
On the II & Pt. Joe. It. li., run through from Balat
Joseph uyiiiney without iliaun of cars,
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
Wi.h Ch'KHtro, Ilurlmcton A Quioiy, and Toledo,
S'hI a h A ettrn ltailioada for all points ta.t,
Notlb and outh.
For St. Louis
Close rnnnertion made at MACON with NORTH
MISSOURI It. K. for St . La.ing, ami at Haunihal w.th
Daily Mins. llivr Packet for ft. Iui, meals ami
stateroom free, leavlnt; every evening on arrival of
trains from the west, and arriving iu ft Louis U' it
morning in reason tor b H.e.-, ani to coonecl with
Chicago, Alton A tit. Louis. Terre Haute, Altim A bt.
Louis, and Ohio A Mianitbi'pi Kailroadi'.for all point
tasi, North aud South.
XKW SLEEPIXG CARS
Run on Night Trains.
GOT Huy your through tickets via Hannibal A Et
Jo K. K at their ticket oflicts In Omaha, Counc.l
Bluffs riattMiiouth. Nebraska City, rt. Joseph,
aid no each Packet in the Hu and enjoy the con
scioumess of having taken the short, ci.eap and
quick n ute east- C. W. MKAI), Uen bup't.
P. II. GROAT. Geu'l Ticket Agent.
II. H. COCKTKIGHT, Oen'l Kr'l Agt.
IXaimibal &. St. Joe It- U
One of the Company Steamers leaves dally froi
every point on the Missouri River above 61. Joseph,
and anives at t-t. Jo'l h In time to connect with th
express train no the llauuilial A -t. Jofeph Railroad
for Hannihal, at li cb place cchiih ction i, made th.
same evening with oue of the Ke iknk Packet.i, which
arrives iu time to connect with next niori.liik' trains
out of St. I.i 'iiia for Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Loins
viii, lerte iiuute, namna inn v'ty, U.iltlmorr.
Plulaile phia. New York, lloston, and to al! olhef
Eastern, Northern and Southern Cities. Ihe above
mentioned lines ol elegant Packets are conode.i by
all travelers to be the bwt on the western water..
Por sale to Pt. Loui. and all Eastern. Northern sd4
Southern cities via the above lines at Denver City,
Om. ha, Council niniTu, Plattmouth, Nebraska City
aud at all olhi r principal t cket ollii i ia th west.
r".leal" and tatc-i oorns free!
R. FOHI, Sup't It I!. P. L , St. Jofph
U. Q. ECHO LSO.V, fcec'y R. R P. U, St Josepfc,
J. D. SIMPSON, Affent,
ap23 Plattsmouth, Nebraaka.
Cabinet - Work 1
Havicir enlaiced his Shop and Sales-rooms wnu'd
respectfully r uiMiJ people in this lriniiy that
le can furnish thetn w.th very best Ibiuiture,
Cliairs, oro'her Cabinet-wtk, at the mont ra"i
able rates. I thall l:e. p constantly on hand a Uiya
HikorMneut of lUtiiKi-H H'orlr, aud am also prepared
to manufacture anything in uiy liuf rn hf.rl uotic.
A larie hsortment of lieac y made LoQins a pt at
al! times. CaU and exauiiuo my stck and price.
jelO dJtw tf uut-cii.
J. K. POKTCn Sc. COJ
Are agents ia this city tot the sale of th"celelras
fSouth Bend Wagons,"
Uade by Stud' baker Bros They 'hav on hand a
good assortment, which will be replenithtd as last ss
seeded. Iliey propose to sell at the very icwst
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