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She SUbrasfca gcvultl
("Chaplain Wright is now with Lis
f:;:nwy in this city.
(75"Biisines3 has bocu qaito lively in
oar c'tj for sevcr.il days prist.
"?7"Tli3 total number of shep in Ohio
ostiinate J nt Tj-i'OJjSOT, valued ai $20,
300,302. C"Wm. T. Swaync, formerly of the
"Public Ledger" at Philadelphia, died
on the 10th inst.
(rTWe learn that the Ferry Boat,
Paul Wilcox, has been finihcd and turn.
1 over to the city.
Cv"The State capitol of California has
cost up to the present time, 8000,000 in
gold, and will require as much more to
f5TWe have noticed several wagons
loaded with families and household
"plunder" crossing the river during the
past week, coming to Nebraska.
, C2"Does jinybody know whero the
'tombstones to mark the grave of the
public money" are; tli3 mud has almost
entirely buried them.
LOST, Between Rock Bluffs and
Wileys, n small Siberian Sijuirrel dollar.
Return to the Herald office and receive
a liberal reward.
CTTho ladies cf the Presbyterian
Cnurch in Nebraska City have raised
money and ordered a $700 organ for
r"J. Dan. Lauer of the Nebraska
City Sews has lost his fur collar. Until
the receipt of Dan's note we were not i
aware the campaign had commenced.
How goes the battle, Dan.
C"St. Louis is bidding for the Na
tional Capital. A bill has been introduc
ed in the Missouri Legislature, to cede
ten miles square at that city for its loca
tion. CiT-Mr. J. Sterling Morton, of the Neb.
City Sm s baa recovered so far a3 to bo
able to return to his home in Nebraska
City. lie has been very ill f or some time
nt Council Bluffs.
"Tho "Sunset" has been purchased
"by K. F. Harrett, of Erownvjlle, for the
sum of $15,500 Hs expect to run it aa
a ferry boat at that
place the coming
CiTThe dam placed in Pearl street for
a crossing to the steamboat landing cav
ed in last Saturday evening. Ample t ro
virtions bad been inada to render it rcr
fectly safe, bnt ths.tbaw came just a little
7?"T!ie festival given by the Indies of
St. Luke's Parish, on last Thursday even
ing was largely attended. The music
furr.i-hed by the Glee Club was excellent,
the rcfreidimei ts go)d, and all enjoyed
the few hours spent thhre.4
We wcro pleased tu .meet, a few
days since, Mr. Ben. F. Iviiffnrr, late of
Council Bluffs, lis intends to locate- at
Kansas Ciry and may be found at the
of Tootle, lUnna &
57"In reply to Ike's question of "what
Mr. Seward meant when he said he want
ed St. Thomas for a coaling station."
Mrs. Purtinton (after rubbing hr sore
head with the bow of her spectacles) re
plied, "It must be because it shakes so
Isaac, and is therefore a good place to
sift the a.-hes.
tf Mr. Jos. Leasley. living in the
north part of our city has been verj suc
cessful in fruit culture last year he got
ns many as thirty api le3 from irees that
had only been set out two years. Ho ex
presses great confidence in the successful
culture of fruit in this section and has
ordered a large number of grape cuttings
for getting this Spring. We wish every
person who owns a foot of ground would
follow the advice given by one of our old
settlers. "Plant trees, shrubs, anything
that will either fee 1 or shade you."
tT'Col. Thorn's TliTchie sold to Sheo
ly Bros., yesterday, eiht beadof beef
cattle which ho had bought of Geo D.
M.itteion. Esq., of Cass county, which
averaged loOO pounds each in weight.
,.u ....... I the 23rd of August, 1SG7, inconsequence
We find tho above item in tho Ilpubu.f. . . .
cj' of the 10th. Cass county has
enough of the same sort to feed the whole
"State of Oiuaha" and part of NebrasSn.
This is the country gentlemen where
farmers know bow to make money. If
you don't believe it it, come and see.
""At a regular meeting of Excelsior
Lodge, No. 9. I. O. G. T., at Ashland,
NeY, the following officers were elected
and installed for the ensuing quarter,
commencing Feb. ljth, 1SC3.
!ro. Henry Keasoner,
Sister Fanny Btrnhil',
?iro. M. B. Griffin
" J. J. Woo Jrow,
Bro. I. C. Jjhnson,
" B Price?,
" I. Price,
Sister S. Kobinaon,
'' Allies Look
Bro. II. Brush,
We are glad to hear from
Tcmrlar friends nt Ashland.
W C T
W F S
W I G
W O G
W R II S
W L II S
gone into the cause heartilv and are do
in,' a great amount of good'in that local-1
itv, we understand that instances ot in
tJxication are rare in that cute-prising
wrm loado l with corn broke
tlM-oah tlio. ica on "OM Muddy," last
Sunday evening; but was got out with
out serious damage.
CTho supply of wood iu oar otr is
far larger than ever known before, find
if the bridge over "Old Muddy' only
holds good a few days longer we will
havo all tha timber in Western Iowa.
Ci7Thad Stevens stated in tha House
on Monday, that under the name of "sta
tionery," some members had procured
pantiloons andshirts enough to last them
for yenrs, and that some members had
run up a stationery account of 81,000
Use Cautios. In calling for that excel
lent saleratus, D. B. De. Land & Co. 6' Best
Chemical, be sure you get what you cal'
for, as in consequence of its success there
are many imitations in the market. It is
better than Soda.
CiTWe learn from the Sews that the
Christian Church cf Neb. City, are about
to build a large and commodious house of
worship; they have received very liberal
subscriptions from the citizens, and will
proceed without delay to the erection af
the finest church edifice in that city.
ifA 'hoss" doctor gives the follow,
fur a sice nss.
tate 5 sents wuth rubbir,
2 sents wuth calomey,
4 sents wuth sulfer,
give the doss onct a day, when the hoss
git fisicked, hold up on the raedason.
3 .ir. j. . uaruer, or me jebrmua
T IT Nit
Ci'mmnntrealihf has been visiting our city.
He reports business very brisk at Lincoln
and the preparation for putting up the
State buildings progressing. As many
ns two hundred bouses, have been erected
or are in process of completion. We
hope to see him often in our city.
C"A. B Fuller was in town Saturday.
The Col. reports progress in Saunders
county, business lovely, with considera
ble jobbing in real estate. Fuller has the
welfare of that conntry at heart and as
far as the impediment in his speeeh will
permit, nevr fails to 'Say a good work
for his point. Oue could not speak with
''impunity" against Ashland if the Col.
5?"Tbe clear warm weather of the
past week brought out the dogs in large
numbers, and they could be seen io every
dry snnny spot lazily enjoying the
warmth of our summer's sv.n. Say, is
anybody afraid of hydrophobia? Wo
guess cot. but still cbout a thousand of
the worthless curs could be soared from LJ
our city without en 1 ingering ouf busi
nesa pro?p cc'.g materially.
CJfi'he Nsb. City Sews of 14th ssys a
joint ;,toeic company, composed of men of
mr.3, has been organized for the pur.
pose of erecting a hotel at Lincoln simi
lar to the Cozzeri's Hotel at Omaha. His
Excellency, Gov. Butler, proponed to take
$"00 stock: likewise prominent gentlemen
of Omaha and Nebraska City. A gentle
man in Boston proposes to ,furn::h ;t in
elegant style and run it in an Eastern
37" A gentleman was chiding his son
for staying out late of night or rather
early of nest mornings and said: "why,
when I was, of your age my father would
not allow me to go out of the house after
dark!" "Then you had a duco of a fa
ther vou had!" sneered the young pro
Cigate. Whereupon the father very
rashly vociferated: "I had a confounded
sight better oco than you,J you youn
Ci?"The following named steamers
are advertised to ply between Onoaha
and St. Liuis, during the coming season:
Virginia; Capt. J. P. Fitzgerald,
Columbian; Capt. Wm. Burns,
Stonewall; Capt. J. P. McKinney.
Kate Kinney; Capt. Joseph King.
Glasgow; Capt. XV. P. Laraoth.
Cornelia; Capt. W. Burns.
Peoria City; Capt.'D. II. Silver.
II S. Turner; Capt. J. II. Yore.
Wm. J. Lewis; Capt. E. T. Hcrndon.
f"This grave, but nevertheless some
what amusing, notice of a dissolution of
co-partnership we find in a Springfield pa
per. It shows to what extent individuals
are influenced by custom, even in writ
ing an advertisement: "The co-partner
ship heretofore existing between D. G.
and M. M., under tho name and style of
G. &, M., dissolved by mutual consent on
of the death of Mr. D. G." This no
tice was finished up in the usual form,
and signed D. G. & M. M.
3Irs. Goldeii's Experience.
Mrs. D. V. XV. Golden, of New-Hart
ford, N. Y. says: "I find by experience
that the stitch is always more durable
than the fabric, while one of its greatest
advantages is, that a seam can at any
time bo easily taken out. Another ad
vantage that impresses us, each time wo
compare tha Willcox & Gibbs with other
Sawing Machines, is its quite action,
which would no wake the l'ghtest sleeper.
nor does a delicate women become nerv
I 1. T. n f n T r-! r. n- ! t Vl if "
ous over uer wui mic-u oiim, ...
"A few days ago we were shown,
obieets cf scientific interest and curi-
osity, tho bosom belonging to a man,
which weighed at least three pounds
They were not hard or firm, nor bound
down closely to the chest; bn loose and
soft, as those of a woman while nursing
an infant. The nipple projected nearly
half an inch from tho surface of the
pand. ino genneman to wtinm m.s
magnificent bust is attached, we.ghed
two hundred and fifty pounds has been
married but ncrer ruckled So says the
I v Clear up your mJcvvilks and vards
and make your arrangements for hadc
trees Now is the time to attend to these
beautiful and beautifying works.
(TtDoom Bro. & Co. bought a larg
lot of prints just before the rise in prices
and they sav they wwl still sell at
12 1-2 cents per yard. -
ri?Doom Bro. & Co. are sellin
XXX Sugar-Loaf Syrup at 81 50 per
gallon. The Doom boy hive brouzht
the prices down, to what they were be
fore they started.
C'Spring, is coming; so is wet
weather. If you want to keep your feet
warm and dry and save a doctor bill, g
to Doom Bro. & Co's. and get a pair of
hand stiched kip boots & shoes.
Ci"T. "C. Lawrence, of Tecumsch
Johnson county, Neb., is writting a his
tory of Nebraska, and asks "old settlers"
to give him any scenes, adventures or in
cidents they may know connected with
its early settlement.
"Our editor did noi return as ex
pected, but will be in time for the next
week's Herald. He bought a very largo
lot of type and one superior job press.
Persons wantinj? something nice in that
lino of printing will make a note of it
5?Wo looked in at Doom's, and
find the boys boys have done a huge bus
iness during tho two weeks they have
been open. The goods on their shelves
look thin, but they have lots more at the
depot, which will bo brought over as soon
at the ice will permit.
J Our farmers are busily at work
ploughing, sowing wheat and harrowing
the soil. If Old Sol continues pouring
down his warmth a few days longer, the
grass will start, and Old Muddy will get
rid of her ico bridge. The bud3 are
swelling, and everything betofcenB spring
("A pentlemen of Troy called at .a
country bookstore not long ago; and call
ed for "Rocet's Thesauris of English
words." Being informed that it was not
for sale there, ho next asked for -'Crabb's
Svnonyms." This was also not upon the
shelves. "Have you any work of syn
onyms?" queried tha visitor. "Syno
nyms! Synonyms!" replied the merchant;
no, sir, I believe we haven't got any of
All persons owing us will please call
and ecttio ao we vaut to ciora up
last years business.
janOtf Simpson, Mickelwait & Co
Wm. Stadleman is closing out his large
stocS of clothing, furnishing goods, hats,
caps, boots and ladies shoe!?, at less than
has ever been offered in this market.
Ho ij ulso paying the highest price for
furs ar.d h'.des.
A'! thosoknowing themselves indebted
will plea?o ca'.l and settle, as I am set
ting up all accounts.
Plaltsroouth, Jan. 7th, 1SG8. tf
Nebraska Chapter No- 3, It. A- II.
lieculjr convocations 2J arvl 4th Tuttdayi of
e 14 h month, at 6 1-2 o'clock p. c.
G. C. BETTS, Sec.
I- C- 0
PI itte LoJire, No. 7, ineetsev ?ry Saturday eTening
at tlid durt Hun iial!. lifnth.ers o nthcr Li-Jg-Js
ro respectfully invited to visit tais Lo l?e.
ly order of S. DL'ii", N.G.
SAM L M. CHAPMAN, Kec.Sec'y.
I. O. Q. T.
Rceular rneetiBss every TueBlayevecIng. Travelirj
TetuplarR respectfully iavite I
i M L LU viV, w.o. i.
EOB'TWIXDnAM. W. S.
TIIOS. W. 11 11 rUC K, Lodt-'e Dfputy,
iSTKXCEL5IOK DE .REE LOD'iiv, K. 1. TUtls-
mnu'.n. IV. 1 !- Te.a.- innenng on me luira jui -
day evtoiul-?ot" ttc!i Ta'.i.Jh.
R-O J. Wt-Lii tt U 1-
Bio. W. L. Wells, I) S
bister Ho?.. Davis, '.V li V T.
?-5TARtF l. Pi LUl'.OK No. 3. Ml. Kleasant,
h.ilds reiiuhir meetings every EaturdHV evti.ioil
J. W. llCUUk.?. W. C. T.
T. E liUOiltS, W S.
L. I. DAVIS, Lode Deputy.
St. Luke's Parish Vestry;
Resralr meetings Crst Tues lay of i very niontli.
at 7 p. ni., at the olHi-e of 1 il Wheeler.
liCT. ULU. J. 1 - 1 1
D W WiiEELEtt, Clerk. Cliairinan.
Plattsmoutli Lodge Ko- C, A- F. &
Roiridnrciimmunicniotis 1st and 3d Mondays ofeach
noiith. at 0 1-2 o'clock, p. sn.
K. K. LIV1NG3TOX, W. M.
C. C. BETTS, Sec.
TAKET UP by the sub-crilter, at liis residence, in
Piattsrimuth Prminct.ou tbe 4tb day i f Fenruary,
A, I). jSUS, on.; heifer c il f one year old iu th sprnic,
color, sp.ttted. red and white. Jio other marks.
Also, one red, with white under the belly and root
tltd lace, riaht ear slu.riei.id, bj. areutly, wi h the
frost, and Hupponed to be one year old. Ald t ne, of
a duu color. No niarss. Suppose I to ha about on
year old. Plattstuouth, .. IS, lSi'.S.
Icl0w5 SUAOUaCH COLE.
TAKEN' ri by the subscriber, at bis rtsider.co in
Plattsmouth Precinct, Cass 0noty, Ktbrmka, on,
i he 10th day.of Kebruary, IstiS, one white heifer
apiioacl to Le three year old. a hole io each tar
and the brush otf her tail. Soitliirrairkior brands
p.-rc i vable. Plattsuioulh , Feb. 17, 1-CS.
MiOwo , KubfcKT i.t'LLIOX.
TAKES UP by the subscriber at hi resilience in
Rock U uir Pr.-cinct, two miles north ..f 11 .clc MiBffi
Cass Coau , Neo.-a.-k. Jiu'y 3d, .b5. oue buil,
calf, r ne year o'.d next .-prion, is ol a spei klci color,
no marks or brands p 'Jce vable.
I'lattsmouth, Jan. lllh, 165
f ;L135 ACGCSTCi STIRE3.
TAKcS UP d my farm, 2,V milo so itb-west of
Pl.itisuiouih, a red yearling i-tesr; line-btck, crop off
right ear aud slit iu left ear. A - white and red
Colored calf, about ix;nior.th i ..
rlatsfuiju.h. Jan 22 1, ii
jan-.'35 Sia-- iJAXWILt.
TAKES" UP by the Subicrib'T on his ii:rr.ii- Iu
R.ck UKitls Ptecinct, oa the 27th tliy of Ji'.tiiry
A. D. lMltf, a jearlii:g e.lf. decritti s
Klac's, with white lace, lmc bin and jiae wh..e on,
the belly. No marks or brand-ilisce-nal li.
rttb6w& JOliX H. ALLISOX.
TAKEN I'P by the subser;ber. living at fight
Mile Grove, one bull calf, mostly reJ sjn e white
at out head and beily.
feOowS SAMUEL KICIIARDSOX.
Api'.i atiou having been niJe to llr: Probate
Co 1. 1 of ( :.'s Lottut , ebraa, to i pitoiDt I'. L.
.simp on A'im ui-'r.itor io il.e e t :! N ! ilur-
h i-.late of Ca-s I oun y r I d.-tal f.fo e-id.i i place
. f lr-. -Mar-ar jl rt. ilur.d.ee. 1 lie 1'1'r bs ai pt i.t-
e, l fatur i .y, the 5:h of February t :-i .'!. ek
M , at .he r-rooat- fflo-' in Hie c.ty of flat suiouth,
to bara..d Uttcmiue ""j, D. oiOB
f. bl3ir3 p;ooateJu.ig.
lr 'ti I '.
R. C. MOM, ' J. E. DOOM,
DOOlvE, BE O
XOUT1I SIDE OF J1JLY STREET, A'E.IR
All of which -.ve are prepared
west or the .Missouri Kiver
We would especially call the
Coc&ifiUnglr. part of
C u 1
Jfarrant everii Jlacliine JVe Sell.
Call and e'xamine beforo purchasing elsewhere
Plattmcnth, FcbY 5th, 1S53.
And for sale at low flgurea,
10 sis COFfEZ, 16 VAs SUGAR,
5 Ibis DR Y APPLES, I lb la DR Y PEACHES,
S(C , Ac. Also, a large assortment of
LATH. SMXOLES, DOOM, WIXPOV.' SASH,
WTXlKJ W BLISDS, OT.AS3, CE3IEXT.
PLASTER PARIS, HAIR, COAL OIL, LUi.
250 bushels, to
hich we 'nvite the attention of
Llacksinithf and otEta:i- tuuuality au i trice. We
are Agents for the GOOlMN GOAL. l)Arw.at L.ex-
Stoo,and propose to fu'insn ail the Coal trm
country wants at prices to suit. Also a large f-tctit ci
Ryo, Bourbon aud Star "Whislzy.
Cherry, Raspberry, lUirkbMTjr acd Ginser Brandy.
Ca'l and see r.
MMI'SOX, MICKELWAIT & CO.
jeC d3 wtf
JOHN K1CKLY, 1
AUGUST ITS MILLER.
N .tire ia hereby piv-n, UJi, by viriue cf an Ex-
eciituin in th- above ea lira cus, ine(i oat or
ar:d uiiilrr th ' Sal rf the - t.-rs r ine Itiitric-t i .vtri
Ihe 8i judiyi.il Di" lcl '.viimn ou rr i n:e
will otTcr r r sale ai - -
od bt t.blder, nt .o front u.tor 01 ins , .
01-in the City of Juattsiuouin, ikuu'jt auu
VOXOa'y, t..e id fy f lr-'r',h;
elwteo the hours of cue and two 1 I
A i ir- s.
elweeo the hours of cue ana two l . i"i oi a. ...
il riirht, title and Here.-.t or tue ho . nm :.. yc-
nt. Auan-as Miller, in ana to in
ileoribed r-ul e-tale, to wit: Lot ri'iie yj i
loclt No. thirty-iiie (3i), -ltuateo in vu m.,
iattsin iuth, Cs Co-mty Stale of Nibrtku.
Uiven aar m' uui in" "-7 "
D 'lcl36- j.w Jonssos.
janSOw-4 anern., a
sw Brick Store-
J. H. SHELL and P- SHELL,
ASHLAND - NSSHASKA,
Haviu now removed to M;iin streft. into our aeT
-b-k builUif-'. wh.-re we are now receiving .tod
cp-nioi a jf.joj variety i ii.eait iiu.i .-ci-un".""
io 1 , tuite.l to ill" lrJ3 nun "i xr
e bei; loive to r 'turn to our .tiemh. and pii'nns
ouri-ioceie tli.iaKs Tor me iiuuiki "
ave reieived from tlieia ia the la.-t ftir. uur siom
inbraees in 4. art
DRY GOODS and aROCEHILS,
BOOT S an.l S il U 11 S ,
HARD WARE, CUTLERY, Src., -c.
J. U. W. P. SSELL.
Nov. I3:h, 1507 4m
In the D.slrict C tnrt of the Sewn I Judicial Di.-trirt
of :be tate of 2kehr:iska, in uoa r.tr tue County or
Albert Eacon, Pi'lT, )
Sebastian Snivel, Def f )
To Sebastian triftid, uon-resi.lr.nt De'cmlent. Tou
are hereby notifi.d hat the above nain''d Pi.iiniiu
d:d,oa the 31-t day of J.miiiiry, A. 1. lsGS.fl le in the
otUceoftfie Uii-trict Clerk of the second Judicial
1) i-ti ict of tue r-iate of i braska, in aud tor
Connty, his etition acainst you, tho oij"ct tnd
prayer or which 1 lor ine loreiio-ure 01 a jioritt.e
made and executed hy you, the said Sebastian .-tiiijel,
3 the said rlaiiitiir, tea irijf date .hv .7th d.iy of
July K,J secure the p iynu-ht of the -nrn of oat
bunded aud forty-four .!ol:a. s and eiirhtv-slx e-ut
and interet, a-.cordiu ti tae terms .n.. C 'n'lition-
of a crt i'n nronn-sory n"ie n-'ern-j to in sjIu oio.i-
gaixe and petition. 'The nvrtiHi"'l premises atl .cteu
bvald ( 'reel o ore ar.) discrilt d ia s.nd rnortKaye,
as oilows. to wit: The wes' halt () of lie i.oriu-
et qu liter T section nuuiher twenty eiKtii (-3)
in t .wnship nniiiber ten, (H', north of ranse nun ber
thirteen, (IU), east of toe M.x'h Principal .M.-n Jnill
of the tioVeri,inent sui vy of A'ebrak territory.
Yon arr h' rel y required to answer said petition
on or brfnre the i day f March, IStiS, or j uditemetit
will be taken against you as pr:iyed for 111 the pe
tition, liated January 31 t, 1SC8
S'.VtEr it SCOF1ELD.
II. WBEKLER, B. C. UWII
D. II. Wheel er & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Commissioners of Deeds
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PI.XTTSMOUTII, S. T.
Collection promptly attended to, and procce ls re
routed at current rates of Kxchanpe. Taxes paid in
Wi-s e-n Iowa and Nebraska lor lioii-rekiiieiils. Titles
to la. 'd invcstiUHttd. Money loaned on Keal Estate
aecur.ties. Lind Warrants locate.
A.ents forcoliectlon of claimsaitainstGovernnien
for Sub! ers, their 'idWs aud minor heis. Accnt
fir he purchi-e ar.d sale of Lands and City proper
ty, easing of Tenements.
Hon. S. H. Elbert, l nver Ci!y. C. T.
Messrs Kou-itye Itn.s.. Ilniahn, Neh.
" MC'ann it M-tcaif, eb.-as City.
O.K. Hlb-y. bt. I.cuis, Missouri.
Dr. Din Lewis. Itoston, Mass irhusetts.
H V Intniais Chicair.., H'inois.
II M Mairili. l'l -ati. Ohio.
Tootle A ilaiin:i. 11 jtt.ni..'uh Nebraska.
L IS Kii-h, Three Kivers Micliiuan.
Una l'e!lo s, I.iooi'iR. Id, Wi-onsin.
Ho.: r M M rti'irtt, P. attsrnonth, Nebraska.
L S.ewis. A'n. nev at Law, B'lft'.ilo, Xew York.
vJartrr, Haaaey & Carl, Us -Moines, Iowa.
THE CO UR T 1IO USE
s w a r e
to sell as loio as any House
attention of the public to our
of all kinds,
t i v a t o r s ,
DOOM. BRO & CO.
J. C. HIOBY, Proprietor.
lias just received a large assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
LIQUOUS, cf all description,
And a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
All kinds of
TiUea in exchacce for Gof.ds. Cash paid for
.'.-to c, HtiKAT. ttc.
sl2o C. G. HEKOLD.
J. M. HIITOIIMAN,
(Successor to Dnelan 4 ni.uchmau,)
Druggist & Apothecary,
Paints, r Oils,
Toilet Goods, Perfumery,
T? TJ 11 33 WINES
For Mechanloal and MeJicina pmposea
Keep constanty on han 1 a fu and wW ari
ed stock of
Careluy compounded by an experienced Ii u-'riJt
Xmte but the PURK3T Medicin"S nW. All
tciirratitetl tig reprtsnittfO. CiU ai.d ee
MAIN STUEEr, .-uUTJ i-lUK.
. SI. Wlieelpr & Cf ,
Ro a 1' Estate Agen s.
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.,
OCerfor sale the following Real Estate.
It , e-
East half northeast quarter 22
West half iiorihwtt quarter !i:i
South half nurlheast urrur 3i
iTTh half southeast quarter 82
Kortlieaot quarter IS
Southwest quarter 3
West half southeast quarter 'i
North hail rmi lu a.-t qu tr'er 10
West half northea-t quarter 3
Northwest quarter northwest qr " 18
We-I half snuthwestqu irter 12
East half soatliea-t quarter 4
Southwest quarter southeast qnrter4
foiith half i.ntthwsst qaarter 13
Northwest quarter 22
East half -ouitiwest quarter 13
North half son'he 1st qii irter 10
North halt sou:hwest quarter 10
West half unrthwe-t quarter 8
Northeast quarter 21
Undivided half southwest quarter -2S
Kst half northw. st ouarter 1
Northwest quarter northeast quarter 1 11 12
Lots in the city of Plattsmout ,
The north half of
Et hiif of bbxi-a 1, 4. 7, 8 and 10.
.South ha TV 1.1 -ck 3.
Lots 6' and I in block 5.
West half faction 32, township 11, ranee 11.
ar.res under lence, 1 I 2 ttory frame house. (io d w
and "pring. and g-tod ruuninjr waier. 4-lelity of tir
ber f .r Bre-wjod. Price 3,T!.
I'ltPOUTEP. AND GROWER OP
S IE "E D S
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
TICK'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SEEDS AXD FLORAL GVWE FOS lfW,
Is now published an I ready to s -nd out. It mike
vnrli iif:,li..nl (IIC IIL'.NDRED LAUiiB PA J a COI1
tainlng fall d.-senptious of the
Chcicu-t F.'w:rs and Ycgctallts Crown
lib i.r.i.-i dirretions for Fuwins Seed. Culture, Sic
! e L.i.nit:fallv iMustr it-d. with 111 rt tSrii OXE
HVXORE1) FIXE WCOD EXo'RA IV.Vt'S of
F oaers and VeseiabKs, and a
JJEAUT1FULCOLOHED PL ATE OF FLOWERS
Wellnrio'ed on the flaeit paper, and one of the
most beautiful as well as :he uios 1 iustruclive works
of the kind published
tt 5eut to all who apttv, by mail, post paU, for
Tin Cents, w ,1th is not h iir the cost.
Aderes J AM Ed VICK, Kochest:r. N. T
C. E. F O R G Y ,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Far m in Implements,
Puch as the celebrat'-d Rod IirnakiUft Plows, Mould
Board IirMk-r, titirrinst Plows, Sinjj'e and Dstuble
Shovel-, Cultivators and Harrows. Repairii.g done
on short notice All work warranfd.
Having had much experien:e in the business, I
feel assured that I can K've general satisfaction.
Please give me a call before purchasing elewhere.
v. t yitu v
Plattsmouth. Neb., May 6th, 1SC7.
Ho! for Salt Creek, where yon can kill two birds
with one stone, get your Ora:n Ground and Wool
Cardei a, the same timtj the machinery fur ho '.his
in perfect order. We nse the Patent Machine Cards,
which were run enonh last year to establish their
superiority over the old kind, as all who used the 1
can tvstify. The superiority of Mr. S. Twiss as a
harder is well known, and his services are Btill le-
tained for the benefit of the public. With the above
advantages we flatter ourselves that we can make It
to the advao tae of all who want work in our line
to come this way. V. I'roprietor.
niyla o. a "a. t araer.
JE WELRY STORE
The subscriber having pnrchased the Red Stoie on
2d etreet, lately occupied by Sarpy and others, would
respectfully inform the citizetif of I'lattemouth and
,-icluity, that he has refitted the store and opened a
large stock of
For Ladies, Gents, ChiMrn, an1 the rest of man
kind, acd Is prepared to dd all kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND
In the best manner, and would be harpy to serve his
old and as many new cuntomers as may give him
thtir patronage, assuring them of their woik well
done, at moderate prices, and on short time. 'Ihe
stock, embrncir every variety 1 iroods usually kept
at a first-clas Jewelry t't'ire, will be sold a low
prices, ana warrutea oi vvhi worKmansLip anu
nmtcrUl. .lie has a.' to a small stock e(
which will be replenished from time to t!m, anu
aold at the lowest Genres. Having permanently lo
cati d iu thin city. 1 rrstiectiully solicit a share of pa
tronaue, anil corjial!y invite fill to can anu i-hhiiiiic
the storic on hand, a we would be p'.eased to serve
you. aud do not ak you 10 buy unions we c a make
it for your inierest to patronize n.
dec27tf E. II. EATON".
OKDIIVAIVCE IVo. C9.
An Onliniince Io authorize the Council ?to borrow
money for thefuichai-e of tie Ferry,B at Paul
Wilcox, Kerry l rauchi.e, wilh rightof way, of the
Sec. 1. Bo it orbained by the City Council of the
City of 1'lattsmouth., Tint at the same time and
under the Fame ifgi:latior s that is ptescribi d ,for
holding an election by Ordiuance So. tj; "An Or
dinance to au'hortze the City Council of Platrsmouth
to borrow mtmy for the purpose of pradii ir and
furniiibins ' b' for a railroad runnining from l'latts
moiith. Cam County to intersect the li. P. Kailroad
in Sarpy County, Xel raika," Ihe following rrcp
eition be also si l inittrd t be oted uton, to-wit;
Auttiorizini: the taid Council to borrow inomy, not
exceeding nice thou card dollars, by issuing bonds,
for the purpose of purchasing Ihe I erry lioat, l'aul
Wilcox an I Kerry Franchise and Right of Way
belonging to the l'lattsinouth Ferry Corn) any.
tec. 12. Thii" Ordinance to take effect and be in
force, from and aftei its publication according .to
liw. Diii d Jan. 27th. 1SJH
" WILLIT I'OTTKXGER,
K.M. DORKIXGTOS, Kecorder.
OISDlGE io, es.
An ordinance to am"i d an Ordinance entitled "An
Ordinance to authorise the City Couucil of Platts
mouth to borrow money for the pur poe of grading
and lumishinir tie f tr rai'ioad running from
l'la't-mouth, Cass County, Nebraska, to interact
the Vnii n Pacific road in Sarpy County."
Sec. 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the
City or Plattsmouth, That Si c. (1) of said Ordinance
be amended so as to read ft P follow: That an election
be held on the -2ilth day of Fvbrnary A. l. ISCs; th"
polls to be opened at 9 a. lu and closed ct 6 p ru. of
said day; for the ptirpo- e of volini on tho propo
sition author'zinu the City Council to borrow money
bv issuing b mils to be donated to the first It illroinl
Company that will grade, build a railroad b idge
acr'isa Pl itto UivTa"nd furnish tien lor a ailroa'l
ru'iuin from 1 Httsnioirh, Cass tunty, Nebraskn,
to irtrsecl the I'uion Pacitic Railroad at the uta tit
practical jmint In Sarp- County.-
St-c 2 Tiii-i Oriiin iiio to t ake cfT'ct an: b in
force fr in a d after its publieatiou accerdiug to law.
Dated Jan 25th 186 j.
F. M. DCRRIXGTO:, K corder.
FALL THADB 18S7.
PRATT & FOX,
Importers an l Manafactnrera' Aeati of
HARDWARE 5 CUTLERY,
Large storks of American Screw Co. Screws, Ames
Miovels and Spades, Douglass' Maniiiacturing Co.
Kdge Tttols, American Table Cutl'Ty, Sijg!;;l
Agents for HERRING'S SAFES,
Forsyth's Scales and Trucks
Orders fille at Factory Pi lcos.
PRATT & TOX
Cor. Main and WaehiasU'n Ave.
sepS8m EX. L','Ci?, MO.
CON FECT I O N E 11 Y
BREAD, CA KM. PtEF, RCSK, E..'
Of the best quality, can be obtained at all tlrre.
t would invite especial attentio-l to the fact that I
hava atted up an excelh ul
ICE CREAM SALOON
In conreet ion with the Bakery, wbeie you can b
accommodated at all time.
Voiding parties supplied on short notice with
anything in the line of Confectionery or Pastry.
Call and see me. Jel9
JAMES O'NEIL ia my authorised AgrSt for tha
collection of all accounts due the nnderifnd for
medical services; his receipt will be valid" for tha
payment of anv monies on said accounts. i
August 11. 1S67. K. K. LIVINUSTOX, .t.
G R. McCALLUM,
Manufacturer of and dealer in
Saddles and Harness,
Of every description, wholesale and retail. No. 13014
Main street, between 5th and 6th streets, Nebraska
lias moved into his nw brick b-illding on the t -
nerof Main atreet and Levee, wheie lie is laily r
ceiving large additijna to his already extensive
n offers the vry best of bargains to customers,
and requests a call lr iu those who want anything ia
bis line to teat the advantages in prices with those
at others. . .
and give hiJi a call if you wish to boy cheap.
Feed, Sale and Livery
Mai: St., Pi.attsmooth.
I am prepared to accommodate the public wtt
lorses, Carriages and Buggies,
Also, a nice Hearse,
On short notice and reasonable terms. A Hack will
run to steamboat lauding, and to all pints of the
city when desired.
in; J. v . chain jun . .
W. D. GAOE. W. R. DAVIS.
BOOTS and SIIOCS,
Main Street, two doors above Fourth,
Where the public may find
THE BEST OF GOODS,
and prices as low as can be found in the c ly.
We return fh links for the liberal patronape we
have reci ived, and hope to merit its contiuuance.
Oct. 3, '07 GAGE 1 DAVIS.
WJI. J. FORD,
Main street, - - Opposite I'usl VJJice,
Will keep on hand and make to order. Mattresses,
Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Taper, Ac.
tAll kinds of Turning executed iu go'jd style,
nov 7 '67. rn3
Plattsmouth .2 ills.
C. IIEISEL, Proprietor.
Have r cently been repaired and placed in thor
ough runuing order. Custom wok done on short
100,000 Riislicls of Wheat
Wanted immediately, for which the highest marke
price will t-e paid. augjo tf
II OCIUIMO f "MHPUIrJC
ol 11 1 n u j Iet ivmuu iuli
The Chanipionl! Mof 136 Crst pre
miums in two! II I seasons.
"ita sonm isVTSJstroneer and
leas liable to rip than the Lock Stitch."
"Jwgea' Report of Via Cfrana -J ruu.
Send for tho " Report," and Samples of
work, containing both kinds of stitches on
the same piece of goods. Agents wanted.
L. COKjSELI. & CO., Gen'l Agents,
138 Lake St., Chicago.
F. I'- TODD.
dsclUyl Aient, i!ttainoa;r., Neb
or ILL kisps-
22fi A 28 L'ikeSt. C7ticago.
J i'i Marktt St , St. Louis.
53-Be careful to buy only tho Genuine. myy2-2
Bounty Increased. Pensions due Sol
diers ar d their heirs.
F. M Dorrinffton hs this day received from t' e
Department, the Law in fu: wilh i.ew blanks for th
coli.-cili'n of additional Bountie--and increased l'en
.)LM. and is ready to prosecute all l-u li claims at
may be entru-'ted to bis care. Cal. acd examine.
Kiist claimed is firi-t Serve.1.
F. II. DORRINGT N.
Hlattsmo-.ith, Anj. 10. IC6.
F. P. TCDD,
SEWING MACHINE AG'T
PLATTSMOUTH, SEBRA SLA.
pood essortment of mjiehines and m chine flod
irps kept on h ud. tj0!nce at Stadelmann'
CLoi'ting Store. Dec. 4 '7
3f'f rer'iecTcn rhort mice!
S?cs. i4Ciib' us omc more ob dat."
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