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CSe 'Important acdLnn Notice,"
ia another column.
JuiJge II. S. Jennings, of Lincoln
City, orrired in town yesterday.
gAn Pitensive fire hns been raging
on tba Missouri river bottom opposite
this city for several days past.
5"0. F. Johnson ha9 procured a few
firit class- musical instruments which will
be ready for sale in a short time.
G3?0 jr townsman, Wot. Stadelmann
Esq., leflfer Lincoln a few days ago with
an assortment of Clothing He think) cf
opening a Clothing IIoue id that city.
5?"J. Throckmorton Jt.Son have bzea
refitting tbair shoo shop and havejuit
reseived a large stock of all kinds of
Boots and Shoe. Call and see them.
tf'The prairie grass between this city
nn l Silt Creek has been pretty much all
urr.l oIF. Wa think it would have
been the part of wisdom to hare lft it
Ji'We have been shown a specimen
of potatoes raised by Mr. Scott, of Rich
ardson county which are hard to beat.
They are of the Peach Blow variety, and
about six of then would fill a peck ice 18
j.re. gSThe Nebraska City papers hive
both enlarged. TheTii Weekly Press is
now an eight column paper, and the
AVtrj has added another column to each
page of the weekly edition. The IIkrald
hopes to imitate them noon.
(5Congres meets to day. We hope
they may continue in session nntil the
question of Reconstruction is thoroughly
disposed of and tho whole machinery of
government in harmonious working or
rpffe learn from C. II. Walker that
the representatives(of twenty. five families
are now engaged ic putting up houses in
SaunJer" county. They have selected
lands adjacent to each other, and the
balance of the "outfit" will be hero early
in the spring.
55fEsquire O'Neill has been doing
the city and county good service by
opening a new road south of town. lie
superintended thejob and done much of
the work himself, and you may "bet
heavy" that it is done right.
tyWn. T. Parcel, Esq., has secured
a piese of land adjoining Lincoln City,
where ha propose carrying on an eiten
eive gardening business. He is one of
the best gardeners in Nebraska, and the
'people of Lincoln will Cnd him one c f tb
most upright men in their community.
5?"Mr. O. P. Whittier arrived in the
city last Monday direct from Cheyenne,
where he has been engaeed in teaming
for ion:e time. IIo informs us that
everything goes with a rush out at the
new city of the mountains, and that
Cheyenne is a "big thing on ica."
2"0ur worthy county Treasurer, S.
Duke, E-q , arrived at home last Satur
day after an absence of several weeks, at
the east and south. He visited his old
home ia Virginia for the first time in near
thirty years. We "calculate" ho found
things somewhat changed from the; scones
of thirty years ago.
CiTF. S. White, Eq., of this city, has
taken the contract of delivering the stone
for the new Capitol builuing at Lincoln.
He has already sent out severnl teams to
ooromence th-3 work. That's right. We
hope more of our citizens will have an
eye towards business atLincoln. ''There
is money in it."
5?"C'ur Nebrnska City friends make
considerable noiae over their "Railroad
connection" by the C. B. t St. Joe Rail
road. It runs just as near to thntcity as
it does to Plattsmouth three miles from
the ferry lanJing on the Iowa side. It
ost Otoe county $40,000 to get it there.
CThe A'eru-a makes mention of a man
named Nash being arrested for indecent
Conduct towards anotner man's wife.
The pnper does not say anything about
his politics, and we therefore conclude
lie votes the copperhead ticket, es they
are certain to mention the politics of
every Republican wbo commits a crime.
fTMr. Herman Herold has opened a
Furrier's establishment on Main St., two
doors west o' Amison &, Dovey's. We
presume he will let the publlo know,
through the columns of tho Hebalp, what
he has to sell and what he can manufac
ture. The people are all anxious to know
-and everybody roads the Herald.
p57"Weston, the pedestrian, has failed
in his third attempt to mike one hun
dred, miles in twenty. four hour. He
has twa more trial?. He made the first
fifty miles, on his la-.t attompt, in ten
hours and five minutes. His fact beearnp
so swollen before ho had made the hun
dred miles thatch? abandoned the attempt
for that time.
f2p"It is the 6ol2ain duly of every gro
cer to restrain from selling to his cus
toraers an article of food whioh he knows
is positively injurious to the heal'.h, and
he is deprived of all excuse for doing so
when a better article for the purpose can
h) readily obtained at the same cost
Now the Best Chemical Saleratm made
by D. B. Dj Land l Co.. can always be
had, and this is known to be pure, and
free from all deleterious matter. No gro
cer xthoregards the"wt)!faie ,of his ous
tcasff fr.ii i; k
(TST'During service in ths Episcopal
Church last Sunday rnominjr, the .build-
ing was discovered to bo on Ere in the
vicinity of tha fiue Ladders nnd water
were soon procured bytbe congregation,
and the fire extinguished without damage
to the building except the tearing down
of a considerable amount of plastering.
The fire originated from some defect in
"F. M. Timblin. Esq., of Centre
Valley Post Office, in thisjeounty, has onr
sincero thanks for a club of eight sub
scribers to the Herald', accompanied b'y
tho requisite amount of greenbacks. Mr.
Timblin is an energetic man, and desires
to soo the Herald in every f amily in the
State. If a few more of our friends
would follow his example it would give us
pleasure to record the fact.
5The old stand of S S. Billings is
beginning to look likeja different affair.
Cnder the supervision of R. G. Doom,
Esq., the whole front has been torn down,
the floor takin out and tha earth remov
ed down to a level with the street gradi,
and Masons are now at work putting in
the bricK work of a new front When
completed, this will bo a first-class busi
ness house, and the Messrs. Doom are
first-closs business men.
JBring along your threshing reports
We have already received the statement
of the amount of grain threshed by one
or two machines, and they make a flat
tiring exhibit for the agricultural inter
etts of Cass county. We want the state-
from every man who has run a thresher
in this county this season, as we believe
that to be the most accurato method of
ascertaining tho amount of grain pro
duced. 3The County Commissioners made
an appropriation of $50 last Monday for
the erection of a bridge west of Stove
Creek on the Lincoln City road. By put
ting in this one bridge the road can be
shortened some two or three miles, mak
iog not more than forty -Jive miles from
Plattsmouth to Lincoln, and one of the
best roads in the State. Ev. ry stream
and ravine between here and Lincoln is
substantially bridged with either plank
or stone no brush or log arrangements.
50. F. Johnson, Druggist, is fit
ting up the lower story of the old Sheri
dan House, where he will open his stock
of drugs and medicines, also an assort
ment of late papers in fact he proposes
keeping a regular News Depot. John
son is an energetic business man, and
deserves a liberal patronage. Being a
thoroughly educated druggist, he i emi
nently qualified to carry on that branch
of the business.
5?"A young fellow by the name of
Charles McUregory, who has been in this
vicinity for some time, was detected in
stealing a pair of new boots from Mr. E.
Buttery, on Tuesday last. He was
brought before Recorder Dirrington,
who committed him to jail until yester
day morning, when he was brought out
and examined The theft was proved,
and he wa sentenced to fifteen days la
bor on the publio highway, with ball and
chain to his leg. That's the way to do it.
It is the only way to cure petty thieves.
s?"See the new advertisement of J.
II. & W. P. Snell, of Ashland. They
have built a fine brick store on Main St.,
and are now going to do business on bus
iness principals. There is a large trade
to be had at Ashland by some one, and
the Messrs. Snell are taking the proper
course to secure it. We have not the
pleasure of an acquaintance with them,
but we are assured that they are just the
kind of men to succeed in business and
give the best of tatisfaetion to all their
Z3 We learn that W. Mickelwait, Esq.,
of this city, intends opening a Lumber
Yard at Lincoln immediately. The peo
ple of Lincoln will find Mr. Mickelwait a
go ahead man, and one that can and will
accomplish much towards the rapid and
permanent growth of that city. lie nev
er does anything by halves, but enters
with his whole mind into whatever ho un
dertakes. If he opens a lumber yard
there the people can rest assured that he
will furnish them wi'.h all they may de
sire in that line. He has the a cans and
thj will two very necessary ingredients.
f5?"The contractors have finished up
the work of grading Second street, and
they are now tearing up the dirt on Main
street west of Sixth. We have heard
several persons express a fear that the
filling in the creek near the south bridge
on Second street Wfculd wash out with
the first high water. We bavo not exam
ined the work, but suppose the City
Council or some authorized committee of
their choosing will be fully competent to
decide upon the question. Is is perma
nent improvements that we need, and the
city is abundantly able to have such, and
none other. If there is a doubt in regard
to the stability of any improvement, that
doubt should be cleared up by making
the permanency of the work certain.
gsfVio have now in full operation in
this city one of the beat Graded Schools
in the State, under the charge of that
eminent teacher, Prof. E. R. James.
The old district school house, on the cor
ner of Mailt and Sixth streets, has been
thoroughly repaired and remoddlei, and
it is now one of the finest school buildings
in the State. The Primary and Interme
diate clas-es are on the first floor, under
charge of eminent female assistants, and
the second floor is occupied by the High
01 lUe rriBCifiUi, i roi, oames, We Cave
delajeJ making mention cf this school
fcr 3E9 tia? i'h th ict;ati5a of ;i3-
'iting the school ard eivino-n detailed nc
j count of it9 workings in the different
graces. e hope ta jet do this. Dr. Ci
II. Black, and C. II. Parmele, Eq
School Directors, are entitled to great
credit for their u ttiring and unceasing
energy in getting this School into suc
cessful operation. We shall eptak of it
(5?"A3 W'H be seen by reference to an
other column, the Plattsmoath Mercan
til.j Library Association held a meeting
last Friday evening an ! adjourned to meet
again to-morrow (Friday) evening. It is
to be hoped that every person feeling an
interest in this organization will bo pre
sent at the next meeting, and that the
different committees, among tho most
important of which is the Ways and
Means committee, will bo prepared t- re
port. Every person who can, bhould be
prepared to donate two or three volumes
to tbo Ass iciation, and thus we will have
a nucleus for a first class Library. It is
hardly necessary for us so urge upon our
citizens the importance of making this
enterprise a eucj'S, as there is not, pro
bably, a man in this community who
does not recognize its importance. One
of the principal features of this kind of
organization is that the poor man who
desires acc?s to valuable reading may
have an equal chance with those who are
able to purchase any and all books they
may desire to read. Let us have a full
turn out on Friday evening, and show
that there is yet life in Plattsmouth.
St. Luke's Cliurcli.
The Rector, Wardens and Vestry of St
Luke'd Church return their thanks to the
citizens Of Plattsmouth, by whose timely
aid so terrible a calamity as tho burn
ing of the church was prevented on Sun
day last. The accident originated from
a defect in the flue which endangered the
building, but which this fire has boon the
providential means of discovering.
Signed. GEO. C. BETTS,
For the Vestry,
D. II. Wheelkr, Cierk.
5?"ForSale One of Lamb's superior
knitting machines the. only kind made
that widens and narrows. Euquire at
Desirable Property for Sale.
One dwelling nour-e, witu seven roams,
cellar, barn, and 4 acres of ground well
set with fruit trees, shrubbery, &6.
Enquire of S.Duke, Agent. mylG
5rAny person having for rent a
small piece of land from ten to fifty
acres with a comfortable house on it,
can find a good and permanent tenant by
arplying at the Herald office tf.
DR. M H". M'CLUSKEY
Wi t rlo nil woik In lit- lint on short notice.
Jtrj-Odce with Dr. Livingston.
Plattsmouth. Lodee No- 6, A- F- &
Reiriflarromninnlcationf 1st auU 3d Mondays ofeach
month, at ti I o'clock, p. in.
E. T. HI KE, W. M.
W. II. ANDERSON', SrC.
Nebraska Chapter No- 3,B A- H.
l-ruUr conviciit;Es 2.1 ami 4th Tutsdiyi of
ev h moulh, at S 1-2 o'clock p in.
1. II. WHEELKR, H.P.
E C. LEWIS, Pee
I. 0. 0. F.
11 itte Ldire. No. 7, meets every Satnriajr evening
kt tlie C'urt Hoiix Hall. Mothers o other Lodges
fe rrieot fill ly ii.vited to visit tliis Loljrr.
Byordorof P. P. G A33, N. O.
St. teEw AtN, Rec. Sec'y.
I. 0. G. T.
Ilegnlar medium every Friday evening. Traveling
TnuplarK respectfully invited.
WM. L. WELLS, W.C.T.
WM' R. MATni?. W. S.
SAM'L M. CUAPMAN, Lod?e Dfputy,
rT-EXCEI.:?IOR DE REELODilK. No. 1. Plaits
mouth, hoi Is regular inoe'iDgi on the third Wednes
day evenings of t;tch ninmn.
Uro S. V. CHAPMAN, W D T.
Bro. W. L. Wii.w, W D S
Sifter E. J. Iu.iT nzllT, W DVT.
j5Sr.HOK i.lM'i LODGE No. 8, Mt. Pleasant,
bold refill. i- ni"etinF evrv Saturdav evenins
Bro- K. A. KlttKPATKiCK, W V. T.
H. T. HCO'IES. W. j.
Kro F. M. TIMBLIN, Lodre Drputv.
E. STRAY NOTICES
TAKP.N CP hy the subscriber, one mi! north-vre-tofMt.
J lesnt clmol House, October 0:h
1SC7. one Pony C"lt. nppoed to te ihrec y ais old,
of a bav color, and branded !;' on left Rhf.nld-r.
no'ilw5 R- E. COI-N1KYMAN
TAKEN UP ly the subwribiT, at his rea dence on
Four Mile Cre. lt, five miles south we.-t f Pla'.ti
mouth, Caas county, Neviask.i, November 13. A. D.
1S67 one three year old Sta, lelt ear eroriwd. ahy
color, some white on bick and be;ly: also, two
ea-llng stears, ooe white or roa'ii.h color, red ears;
ihe oiher reJ with white haad. a d somewhat dis
eased about the head, b.th supposed to he branded
with n X. 11EXRY SNTDKIl.
TAKEN CP by the subscriber at Ms ieidence In
Eight Mi e Grove precinct, tn the 21 d .y nf Novem
ber 1 867, one yearling heifer calf, of a roan color,
no marks or brands.
nov7w5. LEWIS GIBEKSON.
TAKEN CP by the subscriber; at his residence in
Mf. Pl-au-aot precir.ct, Cvsc nntv Nebraska, Octo
ber 22 i 15o7, one bright bay Bl'f, 6 or T year Id,
about 15 hands hi.h, collar mirks on the top of her
nck. and had on a halter wl en taken up.
nov7w5 DAVID O. EHOOPMAN.
Taken up by the snbsdiber at his premises in Mt.
Pleasant precinct, lass Co., Neb. about 3 miles
wet of the Mt. Pifnsant town-sit, on the 2i J day
of October, a D ISO", ona 3 year old Steer , bluck and
r. it spotted, white in t out bead. Also, one year
lirirftf'eei, of a red color, with tAg horns, aud is
ma: ked with a ross on ths rii;ht hio.
Octobei24 6w ' JUH.V UXKtX.
Taten up by the subscriber at his premise In Mt.
Pleasant jirecinct, about 8 miles west of the Mt.
Pse.isaat town He, on the 22 d day of October, A D
1 67, two Yearl ug Steer, ens cf rea color and the
other a kind of brvwu Color, with white spo s n
head. HANS T1MM.
Taken up by the ubcri!er at his prni.- in the
north part of Elyhi-Mile f!ri,i pt. ctn t, tj'. rointy.
Neb., on Octob' r 22J, 1667, one iwo-yrr.- old Heiter,
rd with line bacit. JAMKS tilittaiiK.
II- r. Worthinfon
Attorney and Counselor
Office tn K.i'bach's Block, corner ot Douglas and 13th
streets, Omaha, Nebraska. aucl4
BOOKS I STAT ONERY.
( BacV, School Evk, Kwpapor. Mgiics,
Periodicals, nd ;i k.ador at-lonry, at
HMotice to Builders,
NEBRASKA. STATE CAPITOL
Sealed Pioposals for the execution of the several
descri itions of Artificers Wurki nece-iSjtry in the
if ction of the new State llou. e of Nebraska, t V
built at Lincoln, Lanes, w co inty. N-b-a-kj Said
Prop-js-ila will be received by ih Sup -riritendent at
his oltire at Lioclii, nn or before the lhh Jay of
January, laoB, at le'i.lotk, noon, and wi:l be -ir-jecl
to the approval of trie ComniiioLer.i la accord
ance with an Act eutitled au Act -'To provide for tha
locatio t of the -eat of Government nf the Mate of
N ba ttdka, and for -t be e ection of I'ubiic UuiiJitiga
hertat. approved Juue Hih, 1907."
Ihe plans and sparine iiious tnn be seen on and
after the 10th day of November, 1S67, iu ti e tffice of
the superintendent at Llnr iin.
All Proposals tnu-t be accomptni'd by written
agreements and livndx at nut les, than dnuble the
contract price, with sureties to bo aiprovd by the
Commissioner, an I conditioned for tlie faithful per
formanco of the contract on or before the 1-t day of
The C'lmuii-n-ionf rs reserve ti e risjht to reject any
and all bids, if in their judgment they are too high.
Architect acd Superintendent.
1 itli r,f October, 1S67 3n
V GENTS $150 per month, everywhere, male
nnd fema e, to sell the UKXIIXE roMMJt
SKA'MJC FAMILY SKWIXO A.ACIIIX, the
reHtest invention (f the age. Price 1S. Every
Machine warrdutod three years Address,
M. LEWIS Jt CO ,
scpl2 4w P. O. llux 80u:l St. Louis, Mo.
I)1VCI.I.I.S ar all price
Any persons wishing to purchase Firm-property, ot
Residences in town Till find t!i em for sale at al
DOR RING TON,
mrT. Rbal E.vraTa r.Mit
Anteny BohlACheid, of Couucil Blnff.'?, in the Ftate
of Iowa, will titk nn'ice that Murphee & J-impson,
of the County of Cam and Mate nf Nebraska, di I, on
the 2tth day ol October, a r lr-oT Cle their petition
iu the Disti ict Court of the 2d Ju lirjal District or
Nebraska, within and for Ca- roun'y, aain-t the
aid Anteny bohNchei i, de'eudant, s'ttlu? forth that
the suiii delcndnl t.i in-le' ted to the said plaintiff in
the huiu of $ T'l 37 on !:i certain promissory note,
nifide, executed and :eiivered by the gaid defendant
tu the said l lulut.tf. iearinir d itv on the lit dny o.
Octob-r, liG7. aud cjnng for th p tyment of $7t) 87,
one day alter date, uith interest at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum and pruving that ths said An
lenv BoUis:hied may be ailjudsed to py th said
as afore;ai'l; and the said Anteny DuhUcheid is re
quired to a ppjar and tnswer said petition on or bo
tore the 9ih day of December, a l 167.
Yoa are further not fied that an order of attach
ment has been issued in said cause, and that your
property situated in said coun;y, to wit.- Lot- one,
two, four and ten (1, S, 4 and 10,) in block two (2;,
south of the Public ?iuare, aod lots ten and eleven
(10 and II), in clock me (1), south, ranee one (1),
east or the Public Sqiaie, all in Rock III. ff city
Cass county, Ncbraalti, have been attuclied In par
sUHnce thereto. AlOIU'lIlt & clMl'iON.
W. E. Chapin, Att for Plaintiff.
Ordered that tie foregoing notice be published
:our consecutive wet-'ts in tte iPniK iteraid.
J. II. BROWN.
oc31 4w Clerk District Court.
C. E. FORGY,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Far eii in? Implements,
.3uch as the celebrate! Rod Brexkioe Plows. Mould
Board Ure.ik-r-, St.irini; Plows. Single and Double
Shoel", Cultivator- tnd liairows. Repairing done
n -.h or t notice Allwoik warranted.
Havinirhnd muih experien-e in the business, I
feel assured that 1 car gtve gene''ul s ilisf iction.
Please give me a cul before purchasing elsewhere.
Plattsmouth. Neb., May 6th, 1S07.
Ho! f r Salt Cre k.wh-re you can kill two birds
with oi.e tonc, pet roar Gra n Ground and Wool
Csrde I at the smiie t on ; the machinery for bo'.h Is
in -u rfect order. V-j?e the Patent Machine Cards,
which were run enowb last year to establish their
superiorly over the ud kind, as a l who nsed the i
can testify. The suierioritr of Mr. S. Twiss as a
Curder is Well knowc, nnd his f-ervlcs are still le
tained for the benefltof the public. With the above
advantages we flattcrnurse lves that we can make It
to the aavar. tage of til who warn work in our line
to come this way. D. lH. f'roprirtnr.
nijll . TWljS, I'artlrr.
Has just recei d a large asortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
LIQUORS, of all description?,
And a peneral assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
AV kinls cf
Taken in exchais;e for Goods. Cash paid for
FC'IiS, !UZS, WUEA T, Ac
ser2S C. H. HKROI.D.
FAR.11 For SALE CHEAP.
The well known farm of S. H. Cummins, situate
two miles West of Plait-mouth, on th Denver road,
with the li!i:b"r the ct -, i- for sale verv chejn.
Apply to J (5. ci'MtllNS. on the adjoining farm.
A I bo, lots 7 and 6, block It, in I'latlamcutli.
COUTCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dea'er la the celebratr-d Steck & McCamrr.on riancs,
and other Musical Instruments.
EC?" A 11 Instruments warranted Ore years. J
F.tiergetic Mtn and Ladies uanled to can
I'fss lor the
ORIGIN AND HISTORY
BOOKS of the BIBLE,
By Prof. CaUin E. Stove, D. D.
Showi'g srbal the BiMe Is nut: what it is, and how
to ue it; tracing the hi-iory .f each booa r.p to its
orlfrin with the inspired authors, and campleb'ly
answi-rine all It lldel cavils end olj-ctioi s to Hie
Scriptures It i an ord.nnry lihrar of Bib ical 11 is
tory in asinxlr1 volume, brief, Ciear, aucurati-, con
clusive and highly io'erctTui! A mvei pieca of
common sense. It is n eded in every family sthere
the Bible is read, as well as by eveiy Mbbath
School teacher, student and clergyman, and being
the only bonk on the sn' ject ever published or sold
in this country, agents can easily see the advantage
of canva-RitiS f 'T this work, (-'end fore rcnlms con
taining notices and indorsements irom leading min
isters of all denomin .t-.ons. Addresj
ZK1GLER, McCURBT CO ,
nov7m4 N. ii!3 olive Street, St. hauls. Mo.
Ketlce is hereby given that A. W. Peach. Gaardl
aa for 'he minor heirs of Celesta A Bellows, late o
Cass county, Kebraka. deoeased, has this day ten-
r' d his resign ation as said 'inardma, ami applied
to the ronit to make his final se tlement with the
estate pf said beirs. aid srttli merit will be beard
on THCUSHAY the 21M day of NOVKMBKK, A. V.
1507, at 1 o'clock p. m , at wuich lime all persons
interested can appear and object thereto if any they
Witness my band, thu 5: a dy of November 1?S7
J. W. MARSHALL,
nor. 7 3 Probate Judge.
Kotlee Js her. by Riven that Matthew Midkiff has
this day made el'pt cation tothe Probate Court cf
Cass county to Im appoinle-1 Administrator of the
estate of James A. Mi.lkifl, Ute f Cass county, de
oesteJ. TLo Court wi:i bear said application on
Friday, November 22 J, 1357,
at 1 o'c'ock p. m , st which time til persons Interes
ted can ppar and shovcai.se why said appoint
mnt shou'd cot be made if ai'y tbsy bare.
civto under r--. yjrd -'its !t dav i.f November,
!5"7 J. v. M1K5UALU.
ot 7 3 rrrb'e J :?;.
We are just !n recelp; o? str iTA.l-.tj AND VINTEK'
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
SCIITJTTIiER WAGONS constantly on hand.
lloline Plows and nil UintU of AGUIClXTVICAIs ffl
Which ws ara sellicg at the lowest cash price. Please sail aed examlae our (took si see
J0H.1 U CLiBX
Clark 8c Plummer,
(Successors to Tootle, Ilanna & Co..)
Keep on band a full stock of all kinds of
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!
Tho Cheapest and Best.
E. A. WIGGBNHORN As CO.,
nave Just roeeived a larg-e an! splendid stock of Kev and Fashionable Goods, consisting e
HATS AND CAPS.
KOOIS AND SHOES.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Iiowest Cash Prices!
riavlng purchased them fircashin New Tork and Bos'on. We assure the public we ean and will
sell Goods as low as any bouse west of St. Louis or Chicago.
fiST'Remember ihe Old Corner, now called tht
TXTq-w TSTorls: 0l3L store,
CORNER MAL AXD SECOND (or Leitt) STREETS.
tJ-Our motta la "QUICK SALES AXD SMALL ritOriTS."
Platts-mottii. Nebraska, September 2Gth, 15G7.
X. A. WIGCISHOBV
TROSPECTUS OF THE
The nnder igced proposes to estsblish Weekly
Newspaper at Lincoln City, the Capital of the State
of "biaska, to becilled Tne Nebraska htateJou
nal." the fli-st issue of which will Le about the l.t
The whole outfit for Ihe Office will be entirely new,
and wi:l embrace - good Job Oljlce, as well as the
News Department. Ilavi tg had much experience in
Journalism, and being one of the 11 t settleia in
Nebraska; cons- quenuy beini; well acquainted with
the wants of the people, aud the resources of the
State, we flatter nurseif hat we can give sent'ral
sati-fuction in the enterprise.
The "Jonmal will advocate Kcpnblieiin prlnci-
pics, nut will be Conducted on an independent scale,
nnwill be courteous to all partieaUnd sects.
Returning our thauks to our old friends and pa
trons, we trust tiny will assist os in this new inter
TERMS $2.00 per aiiCom tn s lvanee.
Notice Is hereby given that all claims against the
estate of R. J. Palmer, dee'd, must be on cia in this
office on or before the
ZOlh day of MARCH, A D l6fi,
at which time "aid claims will be determined npon.
Given o ider my band this 13:h dy of !.teraber,
ADl-CT. JOHN W. MARflTAI.L,
tepl9 6w Probate Judge.
JAMES O'NTIL is my authorized Agent for the
coll' etion c f all accounts due the undersigned for
medical services; his receipt will he valid for the
payment of any monies on said ncconnts
An;a5t 14, 1S67. R. R. LIVINGSTON, M.I).
G K. McCALLUM,
Maritif ciurer of acd dealer ia
Sruldles and Harness,
Of every description, whole's1 and rea!l No. 130'
Msln street, trt"a O'.h a- d h st-er-. "b'aska-City.
! CITIZENS !
Which ihey will stll al ihe
PALL TRADE 1867.
s PRATT & FOX,
Importers and Manufacturers' Agents of
HARDWARE a CUTLERY,
Large stocks of American Screw Co. Screws, Ames
bhovelsand Spades, Douglass' Mann.aiturir.p Co
et,lfuu"UU' Am,!rica Ttne CaUery, English t'eck-
Agents for HERRING'S SAFES,
Forsyth's Scales and Truck
Orders Cilel at Factory r.leri.
PRATT & FOX.
Cor Mu'.t snJ Va?hincn At?,
op;"- Tin J '. l.f'l'.w. :(
! An Old 8oiik Set to a JVow Tuu
frmrm their holts cmt mt.
isd Jfirasil Bat
In spit of catt,
ai'j it? abriti.
"la years established in y. T. CiifJ
"Only infallible remedies known. '
VFree from Poisons."
"Not dangerous tothe Human Pamli,.'
"Kats come oat of their boles to die."
Cos tar's Rat, Hoach &c, Exterm
Is a paste used fur Rati, JUic, Eouck,
Llaci and Jted Antt, dta.
Costar's Bed-Bug j5xtrfbinator
Is a liquid or wash tie. d to destroy, and
also ao a preventive for Bci Bug, dto.
Costar's Electric Powder fcr
Is for Moth. Mqtiit. flaa, Bed Bvgi,
Intact on Wants, Fowl, Animals, dto.
a7-I ! ! Bswark ! ! ! cf all wo. thie;; Imitations.
J3- tie that "Coster's" name Is on each Bo,
Dot no and I'latlc be oie you buy.
Henry IS. Costar,'
434 Broadway, Nt Totk.
M0- ?,-ld In Flotttmouth, Jfebratk., by niae
Buttery & Ce , and O t. Johcsea, and i(iaXiW
ad Betsllers evrywtare.
For Cots, Barns, B; uises, WounJ, Toils, Caseets,
Rrcken Kreaht-, Sore Nipolex, llloedn.g. Blind and
Painful Piles. Scrofulous, Putrid and ill-c nditiones
Soros, Ulcer-, (.Haoduiar Swellings, . upiii ns, Cuta
neous Aff 'Ction, Kiiiiiwurm, tch, ("ori s, liutlots.
Chllbiainn. &; Chapped IIiuOk, Lips, Ac; Biles W
Spider. Insircts, Aniuii's, Ac
V.Huxen, 2 ) c- nts, &o cnts and $1 sizes.
S-.!d I y all Ui in (iists evety n hei e
And by lliiNKV It. CUaTAU, Depvt 451 Brssel.
wsy. N. V.
45,. And by O P. Johnson, aad Blk, Bsttsrv at
Co., flattsuio'jtn, jtsbratka.
For Corns, Bunlor.s, Warts, Ic.
lloi.e 25 renin, TO certs and tl sts"S
T8r S.ld bv all Druaffists eve ywhete.
nd by HtNKV R. CUSVAK, Otr.nl 4al Eresl.
vtav, S. Y. '
Mir And by Black, Butt-'ry 4 Co. ad O. T. Jeaa
ron, riattsmouth, Nobrssia.
sMl I P A RATIO Ot
Bitter Sweet h Orange
rOH Br ATJTirYlNG TUT complexioh.
t'scd snren ar.d bf-autify the Skin, rimers
Freckle, Pimples, r'ruptions, c
Ladies are now niirg It In preft rence to all others.
t3old bv all Drccgiits evrrjrhs'e.
And byilENRV li. CoiAR, Depot 484 Eresd
wav, N Y
Ttf An lbyO ? Johr.rsa and Biack, Batters- A
C-, I'latumooth, Nebrt Vs.
F.ir Coughs. C-'lds, llcarseherfs. Sore Thread, Crocp,
'VYhropiujr Cou?t, Itfluenia, tlima, Ccn-ubiptioii,
Bronchial Affections and all iiseascs tit the lurc.it
Uuzcs 5 cents. 60 cents and (1 sizes "
tVO'tl by all DrngKi-ts r vervwhere.
. And by HENRY R COSTAR, Vtj;t 4S4 Broad
way, N. Y.
WAtid by Flack, Eut.try 4 C and O. T. Jshn
icn, Piatttraootb, Nebraska.
A ISIVR6AL IjINNER PILL.
For Nervous and Eick Hesdsehe, f'rstiv cist, InJ'
gstlon, dyspepsia, Billionf ness. Constipation, iJiar-
rhea, Colics, Chilis Fevers and genera! deranEcmeat
of ihe Plget.tiv Orpins.
Boxes 25 cinia. f "en's to f 1
t.!old bv ail DruiTii-ls every .-. hr re.
, Ard Ly ULXEY K. COiTAR, l'tl-U 4St Bri.l-
way, N Y.
Jri "if i' 2.'r.t(.a ui V uc' . ;u' -t j.'
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