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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1868)
AND OTHER PURPOSES.
he process of reeomfnicting Elate Etone from a
disintegrated slate wa
PATENTED FEB. 21st, 1SC5.
It it a combination of
Pulverized Slate and
(the "latter poosesjintr qualities of geological anil
cbernlcar.afltnily for the forrnei,) an'l is a de
velopment ot one 01 ine umpie vu ""Al
terable tendenciei ofliiature.
AS A ROOFING MATERIAL
IT 6TANDS OHIIIVALLID.
A matio It adapts itself to every shape and slope.
Non-combaalible, impervious, non-expausi?e
, and nndecayinir.
Frost does not Crack or Heat
e'onl RoMlng Material everdiscovcred that will
resist the action of the elements as Ions as
the structure it prof cts. Being sus
ceptible of little if any wear
from exposure and
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOF,
It Is nm quailed as a coating fjr railroad and film
buildings, bridges, bottoms of vessels, vaults, etc.
Materials for sale by
Solo Licensee for Nebraska,
Douglas St. - - Omaha, Neb.
tUOA. TLM, f. K. If ANSA, 1. CLA11E
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Gold Dust, Gold and Silver
Coin, Exchange, D- S
and other Stocks-
and special attention given to Collections
PliATTSMOTJTH, N. T.
REED,WniTLGER & Co.
No. 135 Main St.,
NEBRASKA CITY, - . NEB.
DRUGS & MEDI'iNES,
Paints Oils, Putty ...Glass-
Patent Medicines of all kinds, I articles, sta
tionery, and everything kept in ;rat-cla3 Drug
Store, at Eastern prices.
Asf- We are prepared to All all orders, and warrant
our goods to be fresh. apr.10 '6a
. Jt. UIcJIECIIAIW
IRON, NAILS, STOVES
Also, Agent for the Sale of the Celebrated JfA GEB
COOK STOVES, AND BR ASCII, CROOKS &
CO'S 8A wa.
SIGN OP THE BIG PADLOCK,
Below theJSeymour House, on opposite side,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEB. T.
Win- SI- Liciiikc,
ONE DOOR WEST OF NEW BAKERY,
ec27 1S65 tf
$ HARDING & C0t
POST OFFICS BCILDINd
NEBRASKALCITY, - - N. T
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX
Also Agents for all the prinntpal
MA GA ZINES and NE WSPA PER S,
Forwhich Subscriptions are received at Publisher
3- Jt. PORTER fc CO
Are ageau in this city for the sale of .thejcelebrated
"South Bend Wagons,"
Made by Studebaker Bros. They have on hand
good assortment, which will be replenished as fast as
needed. They propose to sell at the very lowest
Plattrmouth, March 26. tf
FARM For SALE CHEAP.
The well known farm of S. If. Cummins, situate
two miles West of Plaitsniouth, on the Denver road,
with the timber thereto, is for sale verv cheap.
Apply to 3. C. CUMMINS, on the adjoining farm.
Also, lota 7 and S, block 14, in Plattsmo'uth.
GREAT REVOLUTION IN THE
E A. WlGGEITIlOn.il
E. A. WIGGENHORN & CO.,
At the New York Ca;hStore, offer tc the public the Largest and lest selected
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
YANKEE NOTIONS. HARDWARE,
WOODEN-WARE, QUEENS WARE,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We give below the prices of a few
fame low rates:
The best Prints (Merrimac & Cochecos) inc'uded, loc per yard.
Prints for quilis and Lining, 9c per yard.
New Style Printed Delaines. 25c per yard.
Denims and Striped Shirting, 15c per yard.
Bleached and Brown Muslin at Eastern prices.
A T.nrrrp. Sinrk of White
We are Agents for the Best PLOWS and SEED SOWERS
- . . . K & .u sl a a V I t w r-N I ft ' I
in the World. The UAri'J LN Ul
on hand at our store. Cash paid for
JfSyReraember the old corner.
WM. R. PKJflCK,
Chemicals, Glass,"Paints, Oils, Pure Wines and Liquors,Coal
Oil and Lamps, Stationery, &c.
NOS- 3 &. 5 SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO.
S-We are the Northwestern Whole? ale Agents.for Dr. D. Jayne A Scp.'and.Dr. J. C. Aver A Co.,
and can furulsh;their medicines in any quantities. Jac23 ly
J0U.1 R. CLARK
(Successors to Tootle, Hanna Sc Co.,)
Keep'oa hand a full stock of all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL MPLEMBTS .
Agents for the sale of Jackson, Michigan, Wagons.
P. M. DORRINGTON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
PLA TTSMO V TH, NEB.,
"r "npt attention paid to the purchase and sal of
R-al Estate, and payment of Taxes, and all business
putaining to a general Land Agency. Titles inves
tigated. Refers by permission to
H.n.E. 9. Dundy, Judge 2d Judicial Dist., Falls
Ci'y, Nebraska; Major Edw'd Rurbank, Paymaster
U. S. A.. Leavenworth, Kansas; lion. J. H. Burbank,
late Ast.esor Nebraska, Falls City, Neb ; Hon. T. M.
Ms-.ai.'l;, Plattsmouth.Neb., Col. K. K. Livingston,
la a . ..ebraska 1st Vet. Vols., PlatUmoutb, Neb.;
JI;.,' i). II. Wheeler, U.S. Indian Agent, Pawnee
Agency; Cba'a Ncttleton, No. Ill Broadway, New
Yoik; Harvey, Deitricb & Brown, Washington, D. C ;
Tra-y, Maguire &. Co., Chicago, Ills.; K. G. Fitch,
Rochester, N. Y.. Prof. Henry Arling fale, "Hartford
University," N. Y. oc25
Capt. I. LAIIOO; & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Wines and Liquors,
Also a very choice selection of
Tobacco and Cigars,
Main street, second door eat of Seymour House,
Nebraska City, Nebraska.
Are just receiving a new slock of Genuine Old
ourbon, direct from Boutbon county, Ky., Bitters,
Cigars, etc. mylS w
MEL ODE ON S.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dealer in the celebrated Stck McCammon Pianos,
and other Musical Instruments.
JT3"A11 Instruments warranted live years. 3
- octal ly
II. G. Worthing ton
Attorney and Counselor
USce in Karbacb's Block, come r of Dong las and 15th
rtrcvis, vmaua.neoratsa. augl-i
articles and sell all other Goods at the
and Colored Blankets at
I Y ULJrrtri riVJYV. campic
Wheal and Corn.
Pla.lemouth, Jaunary 3. 1S6S.
Win. StacU-Iiiianii & Co.,
One door west of Donelan,s Drug-store,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS. SHOES,
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot of
RUBBER CLOTHING, REVOLV
ERS jIjYD J'OTIOJVS.
We bought low and will sell cheap for cash. Cal.
nd examine our stock before you buv any where elsel
J"1 '6 Wm. fiTADELMANN A- CO.
THOMAS C. CRENSHAW,
. g FATEER OF AND DEALER IS
Saddles and Harness,
BRIDLES, COLLARS, CVRR1E
Combs, Spurs, Lashes, Whips, tj-c.
NEBRASKA CITY, - - - N. T
DR. M- H. M'CLUSKEY
Will do all work In his line on short notice.
5CJ0mce with Dr. Livingston.
THOMAS W- SHRYOCK,
AND DEALER 7.V
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET, (Near Main,)
PLA TTSMO UTH, NEBRASKA.
ItFaneralg attended at the shortest notice.
WOOLWORTII & CO.,
Binders & Pap erdealexs,
SAINT JOSEPH. MO..
Agents Wanted for
A7 B3W TUEY LIVED, FOUGHT AM
DIED FOR THE VSIOS.
Scenes and Incidents in the
onipiisiujr Narrative ot Perjon.il Adventure,
Thrilling Incidents, Daring Exploits, Iltroic
Dvd , tVundi-rful IVcMpiS, Life in the Camp,
field and Hospital; Adventures of Spies
ami Scouts, Together with the Songs.
Ballad', Anecdotes, and Humor
ous Incident tf tho War.
S PL ENDIDL Y ILL USTRA TED,
With oier 100 Fine Portraits and
There is a certain portion of the vrarthat will never
gt into the regular hbtories, nor bt eiubsdied in ro-c-ance
or poetry, which is a very real part of !t, and
will, if preserved, conver to succeeding generations
a better idea of the f piri; of the conflict than many
dry reports or careful narratives of events, and this
part ii ay be called the gossip, the fun, and the pa
thos of the war. Ihis ihusirate the character of
the ieaders.the humor of the soldiers, the devotion of
women, the bravery of Hen, the pluck of our heroes.
he romance and hiirdfh ps of the service.
The Valiant and Brave Hearted, the Picturesque
and Drr.rimtk-, the witty and Marvelous, the Tender
and Pathetic, auj the wlole Panorama of the War
are here thrillingly portrayed in a masterly min-
ner, at once nistoricai and romantic, rendering it
the most ample, unique, brilliant i nd readable book
that the war has exiled forth.
Amusement as wei as instruction may he found In
every page, as graphic Cetail, brilliant wit, and au
thentic history, are skillfully interwoven in this
worn or literary art.
Send for Circulars and s le our terms, and a full
description of the work. Address,
JONES, BROTHERS & CO ,
A General Literary and Religious Maga
zinc for the Family-
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and a quarter eacn; or, in oiher words, will fiinu I
the family with as much reading as five dollars in
vested in b oks, while the whole volume will fur
as mucu reading lor the lumilv for 3.50. as twentv
dollars invested in books containing similar reading
matter; We now oITlt to the public the laree.-t and
brste excnt'd Magazine in the United States for the
The Repository is a Christian family Mseazine.
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The itepository for 1S63 will be isfued in two vol
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It has great power in the dissemination of a love of
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DWELLI.VGS at all price
Any persons wishing to purchase Farm-property, or
Residences in town will find them for sale at al
mrT- Rial EstAik Agint.
JACCB VAUEKY, JR.
VALLERYJ5 & RUFFNER,
(Successors to Slaudc & Anderson.)
We respectfully announce to our friend that we have purchased the entire stock ol gjods of bTAXJUt.
& ANDERSON and that we are now able to sell thfru goods at
LARGE SALES &
Our Stock consists of
Dry-Goods and Groceries,
Staple and Fancy Goods,
Hardware and Queensware;
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
And a large stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, WOODEX AND
WILLOW MARE, 1ROJV AJSTD NAILS,
And in fact, everiything that a man wants.
33'Te a a call and we guarantee yon entile satisfaction.
VALLERYS & RUFFNER.
Agents for the ScJiuttler Wagon.jjfr
J. D. SIMPSON,
Simpson, Mickelwait tfr Co.,
Receiving, Forwardingand Commission MerchantSj
GROCERIES AJD PRODUCE,
DOORS, SASli, WIXDOW-BLLXDS, GLASS,
P1XE AXD COTrOSWOODLUMBER, SIILXGLES, LATH,
PICKETS, ETC., ETC.
1867. . isur,
AMISON, DOVEY & CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have on hand the LARGEST STOCK of
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
BOOTS, SHOES. CLOTHING, &C,
Ever Offered in this Market.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything the Farmer, Mechanic, Freighter or Emi
FLOUR, BACON, CORN, OATS, &C.
Tharikful for past Patronage, we hope by strict attention to bus
iness to merit a continnance of the same.
Call arid examine our stock.
Platttsttiouth, April 10, 186. tf
E. T. DUKE fc Co.,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWdRE 5 AGRICULTURAL IMPIEMEMS,
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE
STEEL PL O SV S
Of all kinds and sizes, which we warrant the best in the market.
JOB WOR.IS. Z
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice.
Are exclusive Agents la this County for the sale
or Wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold
p. e. nrrrNER.
Main St., next door east of Masonic
jg UULirs'GTON AND MISSOURI
18GG EASTWARD 18(i6
Short nnd Quick Route to
CHCAGO AND THE EAST
In connection with Ihe lies Moines Va'.Lij a.-il
Chicago, Bjrliug'on aud Qumcy Itailrondo.
Three tr u'ns leave Ottiiiuiva, daily en tril, (.'
DesMoiue Valley trains.
BUY YOUR TICKETS VIA
0TTUMWA and BURLINGTON,
FOR SALE AT
m, , .PLATTSMOUTII,
Baggage checked from Ottumwa i
Chicago and the Last.
Pafjenger have choice of all the grt linrt l'-ad
Intr North, Kaht aud Koulh, and imII fl nd ticket, lo
all piinripal pcints taut hy h il loutes al Hie Ottumwf.
ticket otiire of thi cmMiv.
FasneuKcrs will Grid this route Quick, Sife am'
jure in its Connection.
C. K.I'EnKlX3, Snperint' iideiil.
L. CaKPER, General freight and VaH'vner Agus
THE SHORT ALL RAIL LINK'
Xasltriile, Cairo, Jtnnj.'.ia Culumti.. 117,7
Is vl,. tie Old, reliublo Central R. ule the
Hannibal & St. Jo. li. li.
My-Tl: !, If X OT ,n y. n .. . ....
Hirer Pacts from " ' " - ' "u"
IL ATTSMO U Til
To 6t. Jukep'i, where oonn ctiuna are umde wilh
j. wo jJauy luzpress Traina
On tl, II A Si 1,. n v .... . ...
Joseph tj Quincy wiihout chance of carj,
UO JN N LUTING AT QVIKCY
Wl h Chicar,, Eurliiijjton A Quip y, and Toledo,
iit.a?bA Western Kailioads for all i-oiuti Kati.
ftorth and buth.
For St. Louis
Close connection made at MACON wilh KOKTU
MISSOURI R. R. for St l.uu,i, ami at llanull.M with
Dally MiH. Kiver Pfcrket fur t. I.ouin, rn.-i. anj
staterooms free, leaving every evmineon arrival of
traint from the et, ai.d arriviiiK io M. J...uii neat
niorni' g in eaMn tor b ..-iness, anl to connect wiiu
Chicago, Alton A M. Louis, Terre Haute, Alton A St.
Louis, and Ohio A Minxi; tljipi Railroad, for all point
tasi, -Norih and South.
NEW SLEEPISG CARS
Run on Night Trains.
, TT uy yurthroiiKh ti. kils via Hanojbal A .
Tm R,"t their ticket olUcex in Omaha. Council
bluffs FUttMiiomh. KebiaLa Citv, tl. Jj,eh
ai.d on each Packet in the lino, and enioy the con
sciousness of haviwir tuki-n th ..... -
. , . O ruin UIINU
ouick n utc eaM- c. W. Mi:AI. f;, n hiin'i.
r. V. GliOAT f,.u'l Ti.et AK. iu
H. H. COL' IU KIG iT. (Ji-u'l Kr't ai.'
ElniuiUial & Si. Joe It.
Jl2i Packet Line.
One of the Company Ftearri'T leave ilnilv f.-"
every poiul on Ih Missouri Kiver above hi. Jo,- t,,
and ariivf" at M. Joph iti time to ciuuiH-t li h il,
express tiaiu u the ilaomlMl A !-t. JoMph Railroad
lor uniiniLai, ai wiucu piH e rounrritou m mn'ir Die
same eveiiiUK with oue of Ihe Keokuk I'at keln.wljii h
arrive in time to connect wilh next morriiiK trina
out of St. I. . uls for Ciuc:iiiiati, 1 udiunHpolin, Loiiia
villi-, Terra ilaute, Wast.iu.tou City, ItMitimoie.
Philadelphia, New York, lloston, ard to all ,lhr
Eastern, Northern and Southern CitieM. The kbove
mentioned linen ol t'lctriit I'ackeU are couodn.l t.y
all traveler to ! the be-t on Hie WeMern wateri
For ale to ft. Loui', and all Luxteru, Nortlierr, aod
Southern citio via the above line al Denver City,
Um-.ha, Council ltl'ili, PlaUkiuoutli, Nebraska Cur
and at all oilier principal i , ket ..Uion in tli, west.
MeaU and Stjto-rooiu free:
R. ror.U, Sop't K. It. I'. L , St. Joseph.
11. Q. FL'KUCSO.V, Bec'y It. U P. L.,a Wh
J. I). SLMl'SON, Ajr,,,,
ap25 IMallKinouih, Nebra,kt.
TO SAINT LOUIS.
Two Daily Trains.
BOTH Dai y Trains or the Han- Ibal & St. Joseph
Railroad from Ihe west make closo connection t
11 aeon City wilh the above line, arriving ,n St
I.ouia and connoctinir direr tly wilh all morning and
afternoon trains out or St, Louis, for
New Yohk, Piiilueli'Iiha.
li8TOJf, W'ATHIKCiTO.I ClTV,
UALTimiUIR, 11 AllR sni HI.H,
And all-Points East North or South.
The only direct and legitimate route from the
West to St. Louis Jc the East.
lime to the. Eastern cities as Q UICKas
can be made by any route, with
Tiakets via the above Hue can be purchased at the
Hannibal A St. Joseph ticket offices in the West.
Fare is Ihe same as by any other route.
BARTON BATES, President
JOHN P. LAIRD, Ceneral Suptrintorl-'ut.
H, II. WHKELKK, Gen Ticket Aent.
JOSEPH, GAMULK, ien. Freight Agent
V- H. KARLY, Aum, St. Joseph.
I M DUNN. General Western .A ceil.
17 TTT? TVT T rV TT T? I?
A. AVJ.1 J. OL KJ X , J4
Cabinet - Work !
Having enlarced his Fhnp and Sales -room srou'tl
respectfully remind the people in this ilcinity tLat
he can fnrniRh them w.th the verv best Furniture.
Chairs, or ot her Cabinet-work, at the uvl itatuu
aoie rates. 1 shall ke-p constantly on hand a large
assortment of Eastern Wort, arid am also prepared
to manufacture anything ia my line on short notice
A large assortment of Keauy-made Collins kept at
al! times. Cai and examine my slock and prl.es.
jelucid-w tf u. iiotCK.
BOARD AND LODGING
By Q. W. COLVIN,
OAK STREET, - - - PLATTS V Ol'T'l
l wo Clocks northwest of Brick cliool-iiou,-.
Private rooms furnised if desired. Either da
board or with lodgings tt iea.ottJe rattt.
j so fl d tf.
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