Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, February 06, 1868, Image 3

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    LOCAL NEWS-
"Prairie chickens, dressed, have
been' Belling at ten cents apiece.
CProf. Miller arrived at homo last
week, looking as hearty ad ever.
Q5"The geniaMaco of Billy Mathis
has been visible around town for the past
week.
5?" A disasterous Cro in Chicago last
week destroyed over $2,000,000 worth of
property.
CiTThey have organize! a Hook and
Lalder Company inNebraska City we
learn from the Xeiet.
CThe Republicans of other portions
of tbs State are organizing clubs. Let
us be up and a doing in Cass.
38enators Tipton and Thayer have
each favored us with important public
doucments during the past week.
TNews was received in this city last
lhursJay that II. G. Worthington had
been appointed U. S. District Judge for
Nebraska.
fcSrT. K. Hanna, Eq., left for Kan
sas city, last week, where he will person
ally superintend the Opening of their new
Wholesnle House.
Motto. Best goods and full weights is
D. B. De Land & Co. 'a motto, hence they
only recommend Best Chemical Salera
tut.
C5?"A greater amount of land has
been taken in Nebraska, by actual set
tiers, during this winter than any other
season since the country was ecttled.
For boots and shoes warranted to
excel any offered in this market in quali
ty and price, go to Clark & Plummer's.
jSO
(i?See advertisement of J. W. Jen
nings in to-day's paper. People in tbo
southern and western part of the county
will do well to call on Mr. Jennings.
f"Vm. H oodru3", Esq., has ja9t re
ceived one of those superior Lamb Knit
ting Machines, and is now ready to knit
any number of stockings, socks, mitten?,
etc.
fThe American press and the peo
ple have pretty generally denounced the
British government for the arrent of
George Francis Train. It is done on the
principal that the U. S. Governmnt is
bound to protect her meanest citizen in
his rights.
7The I. O. ). F , Council R'.utt,
Lodg? No. 49, Will hold un Anniversary
Celebration in this city on the 27th day
of April, ISuS. An invitation is extend
ed to the Lodges in Omulii, Piittsrscnth.
Nebrjfta City, Sidney and Lowis. -Von
par til.
' G5r7. J. Hessr m making prepara
tions to furnish the people of Nebiaska
and western Iowa with his choice garden
seed aeain this st rir.r. Those who use
them or.ee think they must hare them
every spring. Th-y 6ny Ilessev's garden
seeds never fail to grow.
s?"It renin I-i ono of old times to call
in at Doom, Bro. &. Co's., north side of
Main St , near the Co irt ilouse, and see
the low prices at which they are selling
Dry Good, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, o.,
Ac. They re selling the best brands of
prints at 12 1-2 cM., and other goods in
proportion. wl
drove of 250 stock and beef cat
tle, belonging to Mr. Richard?, passed
through the ci'y yesterday, on the way to
Missouri. Nebraska is the best st xk
raising country in the Union , an J will
noon supply Sc. Louis, ns well as Chica
go, with beef.
2The St. Joseph Union has lately
-changed hands, and the present proprie
tors are determined to make it the lead
ing Republican pqper of north west Mis
souri. They start out by purchas:ng new
presses and materia! throughout, end en
larging the paper. We wish Ihetn suc
cess, and believe they will a'tain it
gTThey are about to have an Organ
in Omaha. The Republican says it is tho
first one constructed for a place west of
tha Missouri river. Bliss you, Major;
St. Luke's Church in this city has had
an Organ for over a year and an ex
cellent ono it is, too.. Tha one they are
getting at Omaha was on exhibition at
Bosten for two days.
Tlie ''Irrepressible."
On Monday last, the machine which I
purchased of you got thrown from a wag
on bottom up. I thought then I should
see a Willcox & Gibbs Machine "out of
order." Well, the "table" was shatter
ed, but the "irrepressible" the machine
itself was all right yet! Enough of the
tab'U being left to apply the power, it
ret right to work and performed as well
as ever. Please send me a new table top.
Geo. W. Leach, Bringhamton, March 7
lt57.
5CJark & PJummer hare jut receiv
ed a large invoice of goods that they are
el'Ing at foreign prices. Now is the
time t3 make your purchases. j30
i7"Tbe St. Joseph fraZJcompliments
the State of Iowa npe-n her financial con
dition, and sja she, alone, of all the
States, docs not owe a dollar. Iowa
has never been demoralized by Demo
cratic rule. She is eminently radical,
and is about the only State that has
stood square up to the principle of doing
right and LeiDg just to all men. Any
State will succeed by boldy advocating
and carrying out these principles."
(J"The lecture which was to have
bocn last Monday evening was postponed
for oae week.
(nPDr7M. U."McCiuskey arrived at
h)me last week, from a'professional tour
in Iowa.
CITIS is reported that Gov. Fletchsr
is about to seize the Missouri Pacific
Railroad in the name of the State.
i Have you forgotten that Win.
Stadelmann is selling clothing nt cost?
Go soon if you would secure tho, very
best of bargains, wl.
iTD. II. Solomon, Esq , of Glen
wood, was in the city last Monday and
Tuesday on business connected with our
mutual Railroad interests. Solomon is
sanguine on the Railroad question.
-w
5""Doom, Bro. & Co., have a well so
lected stock of Groceries, which they are
selling lower than the same quality of
goods have been sold for many years.
m m wl.
5?"IIon. J- E. Doom, will leave for
the east next week for the purpose of lay
ii.g in a large Vtook of goods for their
new house in this city. They are selling
large quantities of goods. All hands are
kept busy about the Etore waiting on cus
tomers. 5"Meesrs. Warbritton and Palmerton
of Ashland, were in the city Monday
evening. We learn from them that
everything looks prosperous in and
about Ashland. Thelyceum in that place
has had up the question of female suf
frage for discussion.
??We dislike to "dun" any of our
patrons, for theyjare all fise people; but
we intend purchasing some new material
for your benefit, and would like to have
those knowing themselves indebted to us
call and pay up within tho next three
days.
C5?"Clark & Plumuier are selling goods
at lately reduced prices without regard
ta. cost. They are determined to keep up
with the market. j30
C3"The people of the southern part of
(he. county have been amusing and in
structing each other during the long win
ter evenings by public discussions of the
various political issues of the day. We
btlieve in this plan. Tlie more these
questions are discussed the better thej
will be understood.
m 9 m
CThe Photograph rooms of W. L.
Thonine, Esq., have been closed for some
time in consequence of sickness in the
family of the operator; but the public will
be pleased t' learn they are ngaia open,
and everything in perfect order for tak
ing those pictures for which this estal-lis-hinent
is so justly noted.
m
(T"A letter has been received in this
city from S. M. Hewlett, Esq., the great
lecturer noted ns the second Gough, and
thought by many to be tho superior of
Gouh in which he announces thnt
he will be here about the last of March,
lie Las been engaged to lecture two
evenirgs in this city.
CSMaj D. II." Wheeler, left for Chi
cago yesterday morning. He goes from
Chicago to Michigan, where be will re
mnin seme time visiting his friends and
relations. The business of his office in
this city will be under the siperinten
dance of W. W. Erwin, Eq., during his
absence.
CST'LOST! Lost! JjOit, somewhere in
this ciiy, a Key Stone, bound, with gold,
upon which is engraved "Jacob Vallery,
Nebraska Chapter No. 3., Plattsmouth,
Nebraska." The finder will confer a, fa
vor, and also be suitably rewarded by
leaving it at tha store of Vallery's &
Ruffuer.
CTHmw to save money. Buy your
groceries cf Clark & Piummer. For
quality and price they defy competition.
j30,
CThcre has been a terrible grabbing
for lard in this county for the past week
or two, as many as four or five persons
gjing t'i look at the same piece at the
same time, each with the intention of
buying. Our county clerk was kept
busy nearly all last week making out
and taking acknowledgements ofjleeds.
And the great beauty of it is that it is all
being bought for cultivation and im
provement. Tnis looks healthy.
m m
(3?"We learn that a new and novel
temperance society has been organized
at Rock Bluffs in this county. A number
of the "old settlers" have entered into a
mutual obligation to the effect that they
will not drink sufficient ardent spirits to
cause the least intoxication, under the
penalty of paying a fine cf2$l. for each
transgression. They have made this ar
rangement to be in force for the space of
three months; and if they like it they will
then either renew or improve upon it.
(T"We dropped in at the new store of
Doom, Bro. & Co., yesterday, thinking to
have a little "chat" wi;b them in regard
to business prospects etc., when lo, and
behold, we found the room crowded with
customers and every o ne about the place
too busy to talk even with a "local."
It appeared like the farmers wero aU
taking a holiday, and thought it was the
greatest fun in the world to get goods at
such prices as they are sold at this house.
5?" A large cumber of families from
New York and other eastern States have
arrived In this county within the past few
days. They are only the forerunners of
the heaviest emmigration that Nebraska
has ever had. We hope each one of them
will, after due enquiry and personal in
pection, write tojtheir friends whore main
behind just what their opinions are in re
gard to this State. We take the position
that a knowledge of the fads is sufficient
to settle Nebraska within five years.
5?"A fair representation of the "Lo"
family was in the city yesterday
C5THon. John Taffe, M. C. from Ne
braska,, has our thanks for public documents.
57"The ladies of tho Parish Aid So
ciety wil! hold a festival in the basement
ro';nn of St. Luke's Chflrch c-o Thursday
evening the i3th of February.
(5?" Eighteen prisoners escnped! from
the jail in St. Joseph, Mo., fast Saturdaj.
During the nvelec Horace Fish, brother of
the Sheriff, was shot and killed, and one
prisoner severely wounded.
CDoom, Bro. & Co., one door east
of the Court Iljuso, have a large stock
of dress goods, consisting of Merinoes,
Poplins, Alapacas Sec, &e.t which they
are selling very oheap. Call and see
them. wl.
CThe Brownville Adcertiser is urg
ing the necessity for immediate survey
and location cf the Atchison and Nebras
ka R. R. That paper is right. The mat
ter should be attended to now. The pco
plo along the line should adopt the
motto: "Never put off till to-morrrow
whit should be done to-day."
5jTThe hoard of County Commission
ers were in session last Monday and
Tuesday. The qaestion of n, western
road was up before them again, but was
laid over until the next meeting. This
road question is Attracting a great deal
of attention, and we fear is causing some
ill feeling in the community west of
town.
A lady in Omaha hits the editor
of the Omaha Herald a blow which he
has long deserved. Here is what she
Omaha Jan. 30, 1S69.
Editor Republican:
Dear Sir: I have been apprinted
a committee of three by the "old" ladies
of a sewing circle just Marled, (of
which I am a member) lo extt-nd a vote
of thuaks through your pj per to the
proprietors and managers of the Daily
Unuld for their ino kind, respectful
aji d honorable notice of our Society in
thtir isufc of Sunday morning, 16 h
inst. None but a true gentleman oould
write such an article couched in such
refined language. The ladies of Omaha
oiht to and do appreciate such a man
and the "old" ladies cf the Sewing So
ciety would certainly feel it a great
honor to have such a refined gentleman
meet with them each time.
Ore of "Th Old Ladie or Omaha."
Only 26 years old.
DIED-
Junuary 30th, 1868, Edgar, son ofR. G.
and Elizabeth Doom; aged two years and
four days.
In this city, Feb. 3d, 1868, Wilbcr
Talbot, son of Geo. C. and V. E. Bktt,
aged 3 years 7 months and 23 days.
XOTICE.
All persons owing U3 will please call
and settle as we want to closa up our
last years business.
jan9tf Simpson, Mickelwait & Co.
GREAT BAESGAEiS.
Wm. Stadleman is closing out bis large
stoca of clothing, furnishing goods, hats,
caps, boots and ladies shoes, at less than
has ever been offered in this market,
ne is also paying the highest price for
furs and hides.
A'l those knowing themselves indebted
will please call and settle, as I am set
tling up all accounts.
WM. STADLEMAN.
riattsmouth, Jan. 7th, 1868. tf
Desirable Property for Sale.
One dwelling nouae, witn seven roams,
cellar, barn, and 4 acres of ground well
set with fruit trees, shrubbery, 5Lc.
D. Marquette.
Enouiro of S.Duke. Agnt 516
Plattsmouth Lodge No- 6, A. F.'&
A-ET.
KcfcMilHrcomniunications 1-t and 3 J .Mondays ofeach
month, at 6 1 3 o'clock, p. m.
Ji. K. LIVINGSTON", W. M.
G. C. BETTS, See.
Nebraska Chapter No- 3, B A- M.
ltepaljr convocations 2d and 4th Tuetdayi of
rh uoutb. at 6 12 o'clock p m.
K. T. DTKE, H.P.
O. C. BETTS. See.
I. 0- 0. F.
l'hitte Lodice, No. 7, meet every Saturday evening
t tlie Cum Ho nae Hall. Hfothers o other Lodges
re reprct fully invited to Visit this I.olpe.
Byorderof 8. l)L'KE, N.C.
BAM'L M. CUAPMAX .Rec.Sec'y.
I. O: Q. T.
ReguUrmeetlHpi every Tuesday evening. Traveling
Teiuplars respectfully invited.
J. W. BARNES, W.C.T.
WM- L. WEI.L. W. S.
TnOS. W. SHRTOCK, Lodge Deputy.
t3yEXCELSIOR DE .REE LODOt, No 1. Platts
mouth, hol.li regular meeting on the third Wednes
day eveninas of efcch monin.
B'o J. WKrl.ET BARNES, W D T.
Bro. W. L. WLW, W D S
Bister Rosa Davis, W DVT.
J3-3TAROK 1.CT1 LODGE No. 8, Mt. Pleasant,
bol ls regular meetings everv Saturday evening
H. T. II LQUtS. W C. T.
U. M. ROCNSKOILLE, W. 8.
S. A DAVIS, Lodire Deputy.
St. Luke's Parish Vestry.
Regular meetings first Tneslay of every month,
at 7 p. m., at the cfllre of D II Wheeler
Rer.GtO.C. H TTS.
D W Whkkleb, Clerk. Chaiiman.
ESTRAY NOTICE
TAK EN CP 'ti my farm, S! mile aouth-west of
Platumouth, a red yearling ste.-r; line-back, crop cflT
right ear and slit in left eir. Also a white and red
colored calf, about six'mooth sold.
I'iitismouih. Jan ii.i, ISO
jn2J5 bAVCEL MAXWELL.
CAME INTO the tubcribers inclosur?, Ei;ht
Mile 'irove Precinct, one red ateer, while spot in
f trehead and arbite und-r belly, supposed to be one
year o'd last spring.
' j,n9r5 JOBS MCHARDeOX.
TAKEN CP by the Subicriber oa ii'n premis" in
R.rk r)ii!fi Pieeinrt on the 27th dy or Jano try
A. D. I86S. yearling elf dea-rihed s lo lew :
Black, with white face, 1iu-bvk and me whi;e oa ,
hi hehy. tto DVki or bra'id-i dicei-naMe.
fe'-w6 J JHN U.ALLISON.
TAKEN CP by tlie uleer-lier, living at Ught i
Mile Grova. oca bull calf, mof-t y iel aoire wul e
at out head and beily. -
f.bwi pamiel ricnA3Dsry.
HEW
H. G. DOOM, J. E. DOOM,
DOOM. BBO
NORTH SIDE OF STREET, jXEAR THE COURT HOUSE
Dealers in
Dry-Goods,
Hats,
Boots,
Caps,
Glassware,
Queens ware,
Nails, &c.,
All of which we are prepared to sell as low as any House
west of the Missouri River.
We would especially call the attention of the public to our
stock of
FARM IMPLEMENTS,
Cociie'.inglc part of
Threshing Machines,
Reapers and Mowers,
Sulky and Revolving Rakes,
Plows of all kinds,
Cultiva tors,
Nails, &c.
jfc fyarrant every Jflachinc JVe Sell.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere
DOOEV1, BRO & CO,
Plattnnmtb, FeVy 5th,lSC3. 7
JUST RECEIVED
And for snle at low figures,
10 a lt COFFEE, IS bhU SUGAR.
S 6Ws DR Y AIILES, 5 lilt DR Y PEA CUES,
SfC . 4c. Also, a large assortment of
Pine Lumber,
LA Til. SiriXGr.ES. IrOI2. WIXOOW SASH,
WIXDO W Jil.lSDS, (i.ASS. VEJ1BX7.
PLASTEX PAUM, IIAJJi, COAL OIL, Eto
LEXINGTON COAL,
250 bushel., to which we Invite the attention of
blacksmith's and others as to quality and price. We
are Agents fur the GUOD1N COAL BANK, at Lex
ington, and propose to furnish all the Coal this
country wants at prices to suit. Also a large stuck of
Rye, Bourbon and Star Whisky.
Cherry, Easpberry, Blackberry acd Ginger Brandy.
Ca'.l and see ns.
MMPSOX, MICKELWAIT & CO.
U6 63 trtf
REGISTRAR'S NOTICE.
'n accordance with an act entitled "An Act tojrs
ride for the rexis'iatim of voters . f th Stale.'
Notice i hereby Riven to the voteit of I'iatlsiauuth
City, Cass Connty. Nhia.v.
tiiii a seion vl the ll gi.trarn of voters UITe
held jit the j.flice of Maxwell Chapman, in said
I ity, on Mod lay. the 10'h, Tufvdy, tlie llth, and
Wednesday, ihe lith days of February, 163. f.r the
purpore of making a complete Keiscy of lis lsal
voters of platlsoiouth Cltv, for the cumins muulcirai
election to be h-ld on February 20th, 1SC9
AM. JI CHAPMAN. (
janS0r'2
SHERIFF'S SAIiE.
JOHN K'CKLT, 1
vs V
AUGUSTUS MILLER. S
Execution.
Xotii-e Is hereby pi vn, tb.it, by virtue of ao Er
ecutioo in the above ea itlei cau-e, i.sTijd cut of
and under the Seal ofthe Clerk of the District l,Vj.-t
of the 3d Judicial Dint ict, within cpd for 1 l.aie
County, and State of Nrbraka, and to in directed,
I will offer for sale at Public Aaction, to the hUii.' t
and bet ti'U-r, at tSe front d r of tie Co irt
House in the City of I'latlsmouth, County and Mate
afore4jd. on
3IOXOA Y, Hi 2d day (f MarHt, A D 1S68,
ltreen the hours of oufl aod two P. I.I. of ?ai4 day,
ail right, title and interest of the abavo namid ie-fenl-i;t,
A u;ustus Miller, in and to the following
described real estate, to wit: Lot No. nine ('J) i
Itlock No. thirty-niDe (39), rituated in the city of
1'lattsnouth, Cas County State of Nebraska.
Given on Jcr my band, this 29:h day of January
A. D. 186i?.
J. W JOH5SO.V.
jau80w4 Sheriff, Cass Co. Neb.
ORDINANCE No, 69.
An ordioance to amrnd an O dinance entitled "An
Ordinance to authnriae ihe City CotiLCil of 1'latts
mouth to borrow money for the pa po-e of ira.ilng
and furti.sliin lies fir ramo:td runniurf from
PUttmouth, t'a Cuuuty, Ncbralc i, to iuieritct
the Uui 'n Pacific road in 3.ry County."
Per. 1- it ordain-d by the City Council of tha
City of Plattirooiith. That Sc. (1) of sai l t)rJinanc
boainiendcd "o a- t" reaJ a f'ltlow: That an election
be heid on the 20th "lay of February A. U." 1&0S; the
pn Is to be opened at 0 a. in anil rloveil st 6 p ra of
saiddt-y; lor the purpo e of voting on tho propo
sition HUthor.aiUjf the City Council to h rrow money
by i.suif R bouils to b- donated to the first Kilroad
Company that will grade, build a railroad b idge
across Platte Kiver nod furnish ties lor A ailroal
rnnniux from l'iattsirjiu:h, Cass County, Nebraska,
tn Intersect the Union 1'acillc Railroad at the nea est
practical puint In Harp County.
Sec 2 This Ordinnne to lake cT-ct an be in
force from and after its publication accerdiuK to law.
Dated Jan. 25th 186 i.
YVILLET POTTENGKR,
Attest Mayer.
P. M. DORRINQTON', R-HKrder.
jan 3)
ORDINANCE No. G9.
An Hi din:r.ce lo null ( He tfce Couiisi". 'to benow
money for il.eiunlafe ot tie Ftry E. at Paul
Wilcox, Ferry Franchise, with rigbtof way, of the
Company.
Rc. 1. Be it orbaincd by tho City Ccnncil ot the
City of Plattsmouth,. Tint at the ram tin: and
uniter the sanif re(?u'ati.s Hint is p-es i ibd .for
holdir.R an electi. n by Untinanc No. 67; "An Or
dinance to authorize- the City Council of l'lat f miuth
tomorrow irt ny for the pm po of piaili- ft and
furnithinft t i' fr a railroad runuioiufc from Platts
mouth. Cf C unty to intetsect the l . P Kallrnad
in Sarpy Cout-ty, Nebra-ka," 1 he followine prcpi
sition be iImi .l mitud t befotd uE4-n. to it.
Author isms Ihe t aid C ur.cil to i.nrir.w manry, not
exceediiiK nire thou trrd I'olla, by ii-ruing bonds,
for the purpose ot purthacirif the rerry Hoal, Paul
Wilcox and Feiry FrnchiH and Kiabt of Way
belonging to the Plattsmouth Kerry Company.
rec. 2. Thi' Orainanc to tuke efl'sct and be in
force, from and aftei its publicatin according .to
11W. tated Jan 27th. 1S6S
W1LL1T POTTKNOBR,
Attest. Mayor.
F. M. DORRISGTON, Iieeorder.
janSOw'J
THOMAS W- SHRYOCK,
CABINET MAKER,
AKD DEALEB i-
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET. (Near Main,)
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA.
t3Fnnerals attended at the shortest notice.
jan80
WOOL WORTH Sc CO.,
BOOKSELLERS,
STATIONERS,
Binders ScPaperdealers,
SAl.YT JOSEPH, MO.,
ocZ f rn
KTEBTOX DOOM.
CO.
&
Groceries,
Notions,
Shoes,
Par nh am Souse,
HARNEY STREET,
OTTT1 gl3.l - TXTOT3-
J. C. U1G BY, Proprietor.
Prices Heduced!
0- C3rm Herold
Has j-jst received a large assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS, cf all description',
And a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
AllVlndiof
OOUIST1CY IMiOJJ UOK
Taken in exchange for G J- Cash paid for
FCKS, HIDES, WIEA T, dec.
I2G C. a. HEROLD.
J. M. HINCHMAN,
(Surcc.sor to Dunc'.aD k IltucbniaD,)
Druggist & Apothecary,
ccaleb irr
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils,
Dyes, Notions,
Toilet Goods, Perfumery,
Fancy Soaps,
3PTJ11E WINES
AMB
LIQUOEIS
Fur Mechanioal and Meliciaa putposes
Keep constantly on han'l a futf and wtlt asrt
ed stuck of
PATENT MEDICINES-
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
CarefuKy compounded by au experienced Dru?si?t
None but the TUREST Medicines used. All gnou
warranted as represented. Caland see.
MAIN STREET. SOUTH S1DK.
Terms Cash.
HEAL ESTAT
D. EC. Wheeler & ,
Real Estate Agen s.
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.f
Offer for sale the follow ins Real
Estate.
Sec. T'p
K .
i e
80
80
60
6H
160
1(
fei
SO
8f
41
St
l
i
?
East half northeast quarter
Wet half tiorihwei-t quarter
South haif northeast quart- r
V jirh haif southeast quarter
Northeast quarter
Southwest quarter
West half southeast quarter
North half Southeast quarter
West half northeast quarter
Northwest quarter northwest qr
Wert half southwest quarter
22
23
3-2
81
1 3
82
82
1G
3
18
12
12
12
12
12
11
11
11
10
11
12
12
10
It
11
12
10
11)
r
12
II
11
11
11
11
12
12
13
11
11
14
11
13
1 3
IS
12
a
14
13
13
II
li
12
12
12
East half foutheat quarter
4
South we quarter southeast quarter 4
South half noithwest quarter 13
Northwest quarter 22
East half -outhwest quarter 13
North half sou' hejst qua'ter 10
North half eotrhwest qiarter 10
West half onrthwe.-t quarter 8
Northeast quarter 21
Undivided half south west quarter 23
Eat-t half northw't quarter 1
Northwest quarter northeast qqarler 1
SO
4 I
5 I
tw
6
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It
Lots in the city of Plattsraoufj.
Lot Block Lot Bioek" Lot BI tk
6 22 12 M 6 x23
8 28 8 23 6 48
6 3d 8 Si 8 36
10 57 10 90 8 93
9 128 1 12 4 12
4 i!9 6 88 S dS
The north half of 8 47
THOMPSON'S ADDITION.
Bast half of blocks 1, 4. 7, 6 and 10.
South ha f of block .
Lots 6 and 7 in block 5.
West half sectioo 32, township 11, range 14. 1
acres under lence, 1 I 2 ftory frame boase, frood w
and spring, and good run did? water. Heuty of til -b":Lr3r-Tw3
P'l's ?.TV.
J.V3EES TICK,
IMPORTER AND GROWER O?
FL0WEB& VEGTflBLE
SEEDS,
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
VICK'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
or
SEEDX AND FLORAL QUIDS FOB 1P03,
Is now published and rady to S'-nl out. It mikoi
a work of about one nusDKED LaJtss rati a ton
laiulOff full dscripiious of the
Choicest Flowzrs and Yegetuhles Grotcn,
with, plain directions for Fowiis Seed. Culture, &c.
It -s beaatifullv Illustrated, with ranre tltrn OSS
JWAUHED FIXE WOOD EXGIiAVIXOS of
F.owers and Vesetah'0. nJ
BEACTIFULCOLOKED PLATE Of FLOVTBR3.
Well printed on the finest paper, and one of the
mo-t b'-autiful as well as the uwJI instructive works
ofthe kind published
3Sent all who apply, by mail, post paid, for
Ten cents, w ilea ia not half the cosu-
Aderesa JAUEd VICK, Richest jr. N. X-
jacl4
Notice.
Sealed proposals will be received by mr wntil 6
o'clock V. M. of Tuesday, Feb 'y. 4th, IS68, l-r tlie
grading of Main Mrrtt, comjrUta. For specific-,
lins aud lett'TS ot contract see Messrs- lilack,
1'arm'lee aud winterstiue, Committee ou llich-
ways, ,
UKfu under my hand and sal. Jai.y fi'h. IsC.
F. 2. DOIIKINGTON,
Jac9w4 llecoider.
PLOWS! PLOWS!
C. E. F O B G Y ,
Msna.'ajlurtr of alt kind of
Farming Implement's,
Puch as the clebr.it -d Rod Breaking Tlows, Mould
Board Brwkr-, bliir.na Plows. Sinis'le and Double
Shovel", Cultivator- and llatrows. Repairing done
on short notice All work warranted.
Having had much experience in the bnsiness. I
fi-cl asuircl that I can tfive general satisfaction.
Flease give me a cali bUore i-urcliasing elsewhere.
C. FORGT.
rialtjmouth. Neb.. May 6th. ISf.T.
" flouring
AND
WOOL- OARDIf.C.
Ho! fr Fait Creek, where you can kill two birds
with one stone, get your Gra:u Ground and Wool
Cardel at the same time; Ihe machinery for bolh ia
in nerfoct order. We use the Patent Machine Cards,
which were run enough last year to establish their
superiority over the oid kinil, as all who used the -,
cm tiest'fv. The superiority of Mr. b. Twiss as a
Car.K-r is well known, and his fervio s are still le
taioed for the betiellt of the public. With the above
ndvant: get we flatter ourselves tli.it we can make it
to the i dTt"tageof all who want work in our line
to jome mis way. D. 1EAK. Proprietor.
my is S. TWIS3, Carder.
a. HEsLrt, i. c nwis
D. II. Wheeler & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
AND
Tire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PLATTSMOUTH, .V. T.
Co'lections promptly attended to, and procee Is re
mitted at current rates of Exchange. Taxes paid in
We ern Iowa and 'jrasKator uon-reside:its. I itles
to la id inve(tigat-d. Money loaned on Ileal Kstate
secur.ties. Xand Warrants locate.
CLAIM AGENTS.
A . ects for collection of claims against Governruen
for Soldiers, their widows and ruinot heirs. Ager.t
for .he purchase and sale of LauUs aod City froier
ty, easing of Tenements.
II KFXU K.VCES
Hon. S. H. Elbert, Denver City. C. T.
Messrs Kountxe Bros., Omaha, Neb.
" McCann &. M.'tcalf, Nebraska City.
" G. F. Fillry. St. Lcnis, Missouri.
Dr. Plo Lewis, Hoston, MassachusetU.
H W Ditmaro. Chicago, Illinois.
II M Magill, Cincinnati. Otiio.
Toiiile A Uaona. Plattsrooiith. Nebraska.
L U Rich, Three Rivers. Michigan.
Hon F Fellows, llloomQekl, Wisconsin.
Uor. T M Msrquett, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
I. Lewis. A '.to uey at Law, Uullalo, New York.
,'arter, H33S' y Ss. Curl, Dei Moines, Iowa,
a' 3 d&wtf
3ST W
JEWELRY STORE
The snbicriher hsvine purchased the Red Stoie on
2d street, lately occupied by barpy and others, would
respectfully inform tho oitirens of Plattsmouth and
vicinity, that he has reStlcd the store aud opened a
lat ge stock of
A.ND
FANCY ARTICLES
For Ladles, Gents, Children, nd the rest of man
kind, aid is prepared to do all kinls of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING
In the best manner, and wonld be hippy to serve his
old and as many new customers as may give him
their patronage, assuiiug them of their woik well
done, at moderate price-, and on short time. 'Ihe
stock-, embracirg every variety I gowis usually kpt
at a first-class Jewelry Su.re, will be sold a low
prices, and warranted of bvat woikmaustip and
material, lie has a so a small stock ef
FAMILY GROCERIES,
which will be replenished from time to tinvs and
old at the lowest figures. Having permanently lo
cated in this city. I respectiuily solicit a share of pa
tronage, and cordially invite all to call and examine
the stoc!t on hand, as we would be p'.cased to serve
you, and do not ask you to buy unlets we en make
it for vour interest to patronize us.
dec2Itf E. II. EATON".
MILLC0X&(7IBBS
cmmin II "mru
E,
i .rii n i ii iv ui.n
i ubiiiiiu t iiri iiiiiwiHHM
III The Champion! 1 I Jof 136 first pre
1! mium in two! J Jseasons.
si " Tta EA9 m l
ViJstronger ma
lets liable to rip than the Lock Stitch.'
"Judges' Report of Grand Trial."
Send for the " Report," and Samples of
work, containing both kinds of stitches on
tbe same piece of goods. Agents wanted.
X.. COKNELX & CO., Gen'l Agents,
138 Lake St., Chicago.
F. P. 'I ODIX
Agent, lia.tiL.outr., Srb
decl9yl
F AIBB AUK'S
&TAVD1BD
SCALES,
CF ALL KINDS'
Fairbanks, GreeDleaf
226 Lake St. Chicago
203 Jlirltt St , St. Louis
53Re careful to bay only the Genuine. myy22
TAKE NOTICE.
Bounty Increased. Pensions due SoU
diers and their heirs.
F. M Dorringtoa h'l this day recelTcd froa t t,
Department, the Law in full with new blanks.- ths
collceiiori of additional Bounties and increased Pen
sions, and ia ready to i rosectite a 1 1 such claims as
may be ctrh."ted to bis care. Cal and exauiine.
Fiistelaiiccd ia first served.
F. sr. DORKIKCT T ,
nUmcu;h, Acg. IP, iga.j.
CITY BAKERY
AND
CON FECT ,1 0 NE RY;
:f. STADELMANIT.
BREAD, CAKES, PFEP, ItCSK, Eta.,
Of ttie-beat quality, can be obtained at all time.
woul't invite enpeClal attention lo tbe fact thai I
have fitted up aa exrelb'iit
ICE CREAM SAXOON
In corneetion with the Bakery, where you can t
accommodated at all tiuTe. .
We.lrlinK parties supplied on ahtrt notice with
anything in the line of Confectionery ur Pattry.
Call aud see me. jelS
iOTfCE.
JAMES O'NFIL Is my authored Apent for the
collection of all accounts due the indrripn d for
medical services; his receipt will be valid fur tha
payment of anv monies on said srcouTrta.
August 14. Isti7. K. K. L1VINGSIOS, M.D.
G It. McCAIiIiTJlif,
ManuNcturer of and dealer in
S!tdllcs and Ilurncss,
Of every description, wholesale and retail. No. 130
Main street, between 5th and Cth streets, Ni braska
City. jelS
FALL TRADE 1867
PRATT & FOX
Im;3rter and Manuae;urera' Ajents of
HARDWARE CUTLERY,
Large stocks of American Screw Co. Screws, Amis"
Shovels and Spades, Douglas' Maniracturinc Co.
Kdpe Tools, American Table Cutlery, Xi:!ul l':(t'
ft Cutlery. '
Agents for HERRING'S SAFES,
Forsyth's Scales and Trucks
Orders Cl'.el at Factory Prices.
Orders solicited.
PRATT & FOX,
Cor. Main and Washinfilon Ave.,
tepS Sm
ST. LOUIS, SIO.
Tremendous
EXCITEMENT !
WH. IIERAIaO
Uas moved into his new brick b-iildinj on tho t -tier
of Main street and Levee, wheie he is taily re
ret vine large additions to bis already expensive
stock of
GROCBHISS
AND
Xj x tr o jEs. r3
He oaVrs the vPry bet of bargains to customers,
and reauesUi a call frun those who want anything la
his line tj test the advantage! ia price w.th thua
I others.
Keiuembar tlia
BRICK CORNER,
and pivo hija a call if you wish to bay cheap.
nova
SHANNON'S
Feed, Sale and Livery
STABLE.
MaiwSt., - Plattsmouth.
I am prepared to accommodate the public wtt
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,
Also, a nice Hearse,
On short notice ar.d rt usonsble terms. A Dack will'
run to steamboat landits, and to all parts of the
city when desired.
iiS9 J, W. SHANNON.
W. D. GAGE.
W. R. DAVIS.
CENTRAL STORE.
Dry-Goods,
Groceries,
Provisions,
BOOTS and
JSlain Street, two doors above Fourth
Where the public may find
THE BEST OF GOODS,
and prices as low as can be f-und in the c ty.
We return thanks for the liben.l patronage we
have received, ar.d hope to merit it ontinuaore.
Oct. 3;,
GAGE i DAVIS.
wji. j. ford;
upholsterer,
PAPER-HANGER, &.C
2Iain street, - - Opposite Post Office,
Will kefp on hand and make to order. Mattrss
Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, tc.
(2TA!1 kinds of Turn in: executed ia good style,
nov 7 '67. n3
Plattsmouth Mills.
C. HEISEL, Proprietor.
HaTe rreently bea repaired and placed to thor
ough running order. Custcm work done oa abort
noti.'c.
100,000 Bushels of Wheat
Wanted imnediately, for which the highest mark
price will be paid. aug28 tf
BOARD And lodging
By O. W, COIiVIN
OAK BTKFEr. . - - PI ATT5M0CTB
Two block aortawest of Brlrk chool-llouse.
Piivate roorci furclsed If deMrtd. Illtrrds
boird or w.th Ivjgirgt at irairtable rat;..
)az ! tf.
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