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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1868)
Meets at the Geart House to night.
J. M. Illnchman, Esq., returned from
fit. Louli last week, where ha has bean
laying in a stock of goods.
Over 100 cases of sun stroke were re
ported ia one day in New York last week
Orer fifty per cent of these prored fatal.
J. I. Earlj, formerly of the Platts
noath Democrat, now a resident of St.
Joseph, Mo. paid oar city a short risit
J. W. Johnion, Sheriff of this county,
contcmplated.opaning a business house in
this city for soma time, bat has finally
abandoned tha idea.
Prof. U. W. Wise left for Vinelaod,
New Jersey, last Friday, to be present at
the graduation of his two sons. Ha will
be absent five or six weeks.
Ssnator Tipton has introduced a bill
f sr a grant of laads to aid in the con
struction of a railroad from Nebraska
City westward. The bill was referred.
O'Neill is moving his goods to the new
store room, one door west of the IIbk.ld I
block. A "bran new" stock will be op
ened at the old stand in a few days.
Morton has got home, as we judge from I
the A'etrj. That paper has been quite I
readable lately, but is now filled with 1
pure demooratio arguments a la Briek J
C. II. Parmsle. Esq., of the Lumber
firm of Tarmele & Kershaw, returned
zrom tne pineries last week, wnere ne nas
been purchasing lumber for their yard in
this city. I
wa hr. heard" i"t ,T.n ... a r-ason
why each delegate in theDemocratic
non..nt;A. ... nnl, .IWa.l . half rot-.
that it takes two democrats to make a
rM man in nolit;..
The CammasMweaUh -aj. Got. Batler is
,oat to issae h,s proclamation for he
moral of the seat of gorernment or the
State to Lincoln on or about the 15th of
nil TTninn PravAr Mnntinr. &ra belnr I
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held at the Court House in this City at
half past 6 o'clock every rnorninj.
They are well attended, and great inter.
est is manifested.
K. T. Duke A Co., are putting up an
extensire warehouse in the rear of their
sales room, wherein to atore their stores,
iron, etc. They are preparing to keep a
much larger stock than heretofore.
Simpson, Mickelwait Sc Co., hate built,
and are running, a small boat for their
own accommodation. They use it for
toTTilns across tho immense lots of
lamber which they are selling every
ttkfjs unit ii ArAncv nsnol mmrvtnm trx
- mm i. -M a a m wv w . v . w a
cause an J country.
Mr. K. A. Clarendon, formerly of the
Olenwood amnion, has booffbt an inter-
est in the Council B'.utTs X on par id , and
that ahct fl .m-a out in an -ntira new
dress, and enlarged to a
ii i ii n uuauauu
paper. That loolts prosperous
Dr. John Black, delegate from this
place to the New York Convention, arrir
d at homo last Thursday. lie does not
appear to hare inspired the democrats
hereabouts with much Seymour enthusi
asm. What's the matter 1
At the Court-House Republicans.
Mr. Luiwig, who taught a class in
book keeping here some time ago, is in
town for a .few weeks. Should any of
our young men desire to take a few les
sons, in book-keeping we doubt not Mr.
Ludwig would consent to teach them, al
though cot here on that business.
Commissioner Hohlsobuh is always on
the lookout, and keeps tbe streets la as
good repair as it could be done under the
circumstances, ne has been repairing the
bridge on Second street, and thus sates
a heavy expense which must soon here
been incurred in the absence of repairs.
We learn that Mr. Latta's Mill, at Rock
Bluffs, will bo ready for grinding about
tbe 1st of August. The mill building id
not as large as many in the State, but
tbe machinery is arranged in the most
convenient aad compact style, and will
undoubtedly do excellent work.
We make tbe following extract from a
private letter from Rock Bluffs r "Far.
mer's are cutting their oats, in this vicin
ty, but "nary" wheat. Democrats are
looking down their noses" about the
ominationa of their Convention. The
Republicans are fecling'funny"
ids Ksvmmon wraiin says mat a new
Republican paper is about to be started
in Nobraska City, under the editorial
eontrol of W. II II. Water. Mr. Waters
was formerly editor of the Press, and is
one of the soundest writers in the State.
ne will deal some heavy blows at Cop
Dr. W. S. Latta, of Reck Bluffs, has
on hand a couple more af those indis
pensable machines to every good farmer,
tbe Marsh Harvester. He is selling
them from $7 to $10 cheaper than any
other agetj? in the wet. Call soon i
0'i want cec.
n 711. A f . t.-- 1 1IHM nUTlHl II IB lill LliH l.lllfl 11 L 11 IT V I. H. II BE. I
t . l oommodata these settle's in their midst d settle as we want to clos. np our ty, n the sth day of July, nss, at ll o'clock a.m..
to an eight column ebeet.and comes out in oommoaaie tnese seme.s in tneir mtast. bminena of ..id d.y, on the application to prove and admit
n sntirs np rlr.sa Tha h.Avrrtser ia These families are liTing in Ohio, Ken- . " u"",co, Mid will to probate; at which time and place all
an entire new dress, ine Aitiertiser is jan9tf Simpson, Mickelwait A Co. persons interested in said estate are requested t. ap-
nw aka of ths hsn.amoit nsr,ri in ths Cky and West lrginia. Common "".. pe.r, and if t-ey see fit, contest admitting said will
Tha Farmers are exceedingly busy just
now with their harvest. The extreme
heat has had' the effect to ripen grain
very fast, bringing the harvest all on at past month beats everything in tha mem
once and hands are reported very scarce, ory of the "oldest inhabitant." Tha
It is difficult to procure enough to I
SmMt tha nm .won at tha larva. wil I
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Tha K.U..V. ritw Prut has one of
The Jtebraska City Press nas on or
T.l-- ...... in nn.ratinn. and I
rn TTv&rn will not .rut I uc
one before spring.) The proprietorship
u. uiiurc ..u.. - r.-r r-
Of tha Press bad teen changed, and the
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Daner is nOW published under the firm
name Of IriSll, frice Miller.
There is to be a grand Republican
in ass meeting a Asuiana next osiutust. i
Hon. T. M. Marquett, candidate for Pres-
idential elector, Uen. R. R. Livingston,
and others will address the people. Let
ery Republican that can be present, and
may Demecrat. a. are willing to hear
3 . b
Aa wa learn from the Xonvareil a voor
man, named Thos. Lamb, was horribly
m.n,l1 h. th nr.mntnra diaeharcr. of a
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cannon wnicu us du souiutr uinu cr,
firing, . at the Democratic ratification
meeting, in that city on Wednesday even-
ing. it was very aounuui ii ne weuia
recover, and if he did he would be malm
ed for life.
The Board of Directors of the B. A M.
R. R. were in session last week, and we
presume have already decided upon their
route to the river opposite this city.
Whether they go directly through Glen
wood, or a mile or two south, is not yet I
Known. A large force will immediately
be Put to work and next "mraer
th road completed to this city
Tha ladies of Plattsmouth have our
.incere thanks for their liberal dona-
tiont; their assistance in .tha arrange
ment of the hall, and their kindly prof
Ierea ""vices uunDg tue .jvco.uk . ur
Festival. We also leel under ODiigations
eitnens lor tueir a.nu s.oucuW
lioera- paironage. mr. u.
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also, Has tnanns ior ainaiy pronenug tue
8e of h;3 band.wtson and team on the
Johnsox Bao.s Cornet Band.
The following table exhibits tne nam-
ber of i ublic land entries at the Land
Office in the Nemaha Land
during tne montn or June :
With Land Warrants 7,987 31 acres
With cash 8,695 40 "
For Homesteads 8,917 49
Final Homestead entries. ..1,741 60 "
Pre emptlon9 7ji0o 00
Total, 34,461 80 "
Elder Young has received letter from
a gentleman who represents a Hundred!
a a S
or more families wishing to emigrate to
suiuv pum m iuii uiic, I
secure a ssct'un of land for a town site,
i . jt . i j iir. .jt 1
uomesteB.ua aenr st u.uu. ivva.nui.uui
our friends in Seward, Saline, Butler,Jor
other western coanties to report as soon
Sea -.r.l of tln. Haerl. Mr. Ropck ia
aoinS " extensire Dusmebs, ana
n increasing it jus as last as tne
coantr" increase. He will
" luo S"cu.mra.i .uipicmeu uu.ioeen
a speeialitT. and bis acquaintance with
the manufacture of machinery gives him
superior advantages in selecting only
such kinds as are durable and
adapted to fill their various offices. He
has now on band one ef tbe celebrated
'Clipper" Reaper and Mower combined,
anew thing in.this part of the world
also a Cox k Roberts Thresher. He
has brought these machines on for sam
ples, and desires to have every farmer in
the country call and examine them,
whether they wish to purchase or not.
TU . V,,. U... .
a ijoj wo iictu . mo n .i n uvuou ucasi
door to tha two storj brick blacksmith
S OT. ,
3I0XTHLT. Aula popular
parlor Magaxiae.has won for itself aa en-
riabls place in the esteem of American
itdies. Its nsefulneis, the amount fur
nished for the money, is onlj equaled bj
its variety, its high tone, and general lit
erary excellence. In all thesq'rospecta
it is far in advance of its contemporaries,
and thoroughly deserves the high favor it
has won. It is marvelous lhat premium
of real and great value can be added to
a magazine of such cost and character,
for three dollars per year. It only proves
what is so often said, that books and
newspapers are tha cheapest and the
best educators in the world. Address,
W. Jennings Demorest,J473 Broadway,
The Ice Cream Festival last week was
auair, ana neitea ID lOnncon
r m . r- j a t i e.
uru 9. wruuti unuu iwrwuuao u-ueu
it was eien aboat 83o.
attended express themselves highly pleas
ed with the entertainment. This Band
nas improved wonderfully duingthe past
year, and will now compare favorably
with more noted tronpes. Much of their
suooess may be attributed to the ceaseless
energy of their teacher Mr. L. F. John
son who, by tbe way, is one of the best
musicians in the west. lie is master of
nearly every musical instrument in use,
and takes great prido in the instruction
Of pupils. We understand the Band
Boys have been urged to give a series of
promenade concerts, and we hope) they
may ooaelude to do so. They need a
few new instruments, and miffht. triin
manner, secure safioient funds to pay for
them and at tbe same time furnish a I
pTeeant resort for promenaders.
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The thermometer, during tha past
week, has ranged from 98 to 100 d eg.
Such weather as we hare had for the
heat has not been confined to this part of
th ennntrv. tint tha aama nrw ffnmaa frAm I
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ail parts Or tne east. tVerj day the tel- I
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rKrPn D"n'nPW"01 unproceaen"ane"M"rirt 0r4in lh' 1"r ' .
I ..-. .... that .boat t week, .fur ..id ..rri.M ..m
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We USUallV have a few Varv hot I
days in Nebraska during the summer:
K, . v h. I
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rising Dave jw uc?. more mso two or
... ., it .
three times the Same season Until this
m. . .at w..t, tt ...
Summer; and for the past week it has
been above 100 dej. every day, and for
toe past mania it nas averaged as men i
as 95 deg
S5r"The Kansas Stte
wbich has all along been a Johnso
0TS' "d wh,ch ,ooked UI
on the Chase movement, says the n(
mination of beymour and lilair are
coldly received tjy tne uemooracy oi
a . a T a
Slate, and declares that the Demo-
eral,c Pa"J m ueuoeraieiy to.u.u.ucu
Kear Eight Mile Grove, on Saturday,
July 18th, 1868, Biktik Jane, only daugh
ter of W. and lisa Bivekaok; aged 9
Lost On Monday July 13th, 1868,
one promissory note, drawn by S. Cole,
favor of Marsh Bros, k Steward. Notice
is hereby given that payment has been
stopped on the same.
jaj 13th 1858
W. S. LtTTA, agent.
The Household Jewel.
ne undersigned nave, eacn naa in use, i
two'.to fooryears, one of your Machines I
which has given so great satisfaction that
we desire to'recomend it. as an invaluable
Htmsthou jewt;, to all our lady friends.
,t . i th t .. t
out of order80 i;ght running - and easily
m.na - d. that a child can nse it -o re
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Uable inaction that u neTer missea a itjtch
and .,t tha it be 8 led
Machine. W. hare
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always found the seam perfectly reliable
never ripping in washing or wear or in
any way failing till the garment is worn
out. Letter to Wilcox & Glbbs S. M'
Co., from Mrs: D. G- George, Mrs. V
P' Matleson, and six other ladies of South
We have two of the celebrated John II
Manny's Combined Reaper & Mower left,
wmcn we oner to tne xarmers oi uass I
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uoumy, ior tne Tery low pnoe oi $iou,
and warrant the same to do as much and
s good work as any machine made.
A few of tbe Celebrated Garden City
Selb, Cultivators and Hay Rakes on
nana yes at a rery cneap pnoes.
. Wigobshors Sc Co.
.r Ntw Yori Hsh Stnrn.
AH persons OWing US Will please Call
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Plattsmouth Lodge No. 6, A F. &
BsgulareoeAmanleatlonslst and 3d Mondays of each
noum, at o i-s o cioca, p. m.
K. B. LIVINQ3TON, W. M.
O. O. BBTTS, See.
Nebraska Chapter No- 3, R. A. M.
Itegular convocations 3d and th Tuesdsya of
eicn saonm, 1101 i o Clock p. m.
a. C. BETT8, See.
I. 0.0. F.
Regular meeting! of Pl.tte Lodge, No. 7, 1. O. O.
F. every S.tuadsy evening at IX o'clock p. m.
Brothers of otber Lodge, are Invited to visit this
Hy order or 8. DUKE, S.O.
ua i at. LairJiAii, nee. aec y.
BAND Or HOPE DFGREK LODGE. Ne. 4- Reg
ular meetings the second and fourth Prldsy evenings
ore.cnmonin. r. St. iounu, Jr.. w. u X.
Slstrr SARAH LEWIS. W. D' V. T.
3.W.CALKIN, W. D.8.
I. 0. O. T.
I B . "VW
i empiars respcctruiiy invitca.
h, Baxter windham. w. s. w-c-t"
I THOS. W. gHKIOCK, Lodge Deputy,
I ..IK! IK - IKUVIU, .W. II, IIQUI inUIHl URI
HDVtvu lArul wA . t- -1 . i .
I logs every Tuesday evening. Travelling Templar.
re-peciruiiy invitra b. w. CALKIN, w c T
F. M. TOUNO. ir , W. 8.
F M. YOUNG, Sen., Lodge Deputy.
St. Luke's Farisa Vestry.
Regular meetiags flrst Tnes lay of every month,
at 1 p. m.. at tne omre oi l u w neeier.
Rev. 6EO.C. BKTT8.
D W Wreblbb, Clerk. Chairman.
r-tICEL310R DK JR8K LODGE, No. 1. Platts
mouth, bold regular meetings on tbe third Wednes
day evenings or each month.
Br. J. wEsLET BARNES, W D T.
Bro. W. L. Wslix, W D 8
Bister Rosa Davis. W D T T.
r9"STAR OF liOr LODGE No. 8. Ml. Pleasant
noius regular meetings every Saturday evening.
j. h. bates, w c. t.
JilSS BAttAH ioipkl,. w. 8 -
8. A D A VI3, Lodge Deputy.
Tea days grare will be given from this date In
which to pay your taxes, after whith time .col.
WlW Wil I K. M An. fln I Bl.A
I eall aad pay aad save costs and exoense
I . o- vtilia. rreasnrer.
i rutumouth, July 23d 1S68. nlCSw.
Dealer In all kinds of
WAGONS, BUGGIES SrC.
J repairing .one with neatness aad Dlspstca.
. At the two story Brick Bhop, flatumonth
uiyiisa. isea. oistr.
nfcrtUin, UWmrVni, AUW
3 REASONS FOR BOARDING
GEO. W. ICOjLVIX,
OAK 6TREET. . - - PLATrsMOUT.
1 Two blocks northwest of Brick School-Uouse.
IT E has a BA TB B0 USE, free to patrons; bis
11 rooms are well ventlla'ad, and bis prices ai
rsiAM. arT iltf.
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Samuel L Cannon
v.. J Petltkia for D I force .
Sallte J. Cannon. 1
Faille 3. C.n.on. of the State
of lflssoari,wlll take notice that a.tunel J Csin,in,kf
the eoonty ercu ana state or N-braika, did on
the olnth day of July, A t 1863. file hit petttfoa or
bill In Chancery in tne District ourt ef the 3d Ju-
dicial District of Nebraska, ia and for Can eountr.
ag.ltut her, tbs aatd Sallie J. Cannon, d-feaOaal,
setting forth tbatsb defendant and the said com-
olainsot were aa the 8d day of feptember. 136S,
defend 4Ht did sb.ndon I tin uld complalo.at and
went to the State of Missouri, and that on tha lih
dayo j.-uary.. .
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Sallle Frame and marry a ma hy the asm.
ad that the said oallla J. Cannon I living Id i I
et.U of udulUry with lb. said H. O. Toler. and
pnnoi inn w, wniian ti.iciu
between tt. said Samuel u. annon and the said Sal-
he I. Cannon be declared null and yotd. and that
thesald Samuel J. Cannon be divorced from the
Ud defendant, and that the said Sallle J. Cannon ia
"ulrt to.?P?e"5 "d,,at!,Ker.".L,ptu.l05?,, -
before the 8J Monday alter the sixth day of tupnM
icon, wbicn win te on me jim aay or su(ut, iaes
Patel this Bth day oi Juiy, ist.
Br Wat. E Davis, his solicitor. '
Ordered Dnblllhed ia the N BSASKA RlBALB.
Witoeae mi eianatare end the seal ef said Cearl at
Platumcatb, Jaly vtn, l sen-
WILLI. M A., nau,
n!3 Clerk o the Diitrict Court.
NEW HIE AT MARKET!!
GEO. FICKLER Zl CO.
CORNER 2d 4- 3A.V STREETS,
Keep constantly on band the best of
All Kinds of ITIents,
which they caa famish their eastomers at the
SEST OF XA.2ES FOX CASH t
July 3d. 1868 3m.
mm t- n
Fill I jJAA S3 JJUUC. y .
id ST., PPO!sITS"KSW YORK STORE.'
PLATTSMOUTH. - - NEB.
kept on hand at all times.
XOWiV PROPERTY FOR
as a v .
The undersigned desirant or removing to the coun
try, now (.ffera for sale his Town Property, eon-
eiitinr of DwellinK liene. 4 rooms, and necessary
oa t-houses, large .nd a pall fruits, one and a half
(14) acres, mostly In good cultivation, aiso, a nrsi
rate well, laid with brick, will take a good pa ir of
H. 1.. K. STILES.
Pl.ttsmoath, July 9th. 1S69 tf.
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DuroortinK to be the last will and testament of
I d:rnon Smith, dee'd. late of Cass conniy. and Sta'e
I .f K.hracka tifta hn H 11 In th nffle of tha PruhatA
ICJurt of said connty, and that a hearing will be bad
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Given under my hand and real at my omce this em
day or July, ISbS,
Jaj 9th 1853, no.14 Probate Judge.
Vj Notice is hereby liven that on Saturday, the
Sth dav of August. 1865. at one o'clock p. m., of said
day, at tbe hoime of John Averts, two miles above
tbe montn oi weeping water, in i-iDeny rrecmri.
Cass county, Nebraska, I will offer at pub.c sale to
the highest bidder, one red Heifer, three years old.
Said Hirer was taken up and will be sold .. an
estray. sa a H.I.B. Ja. rnu.icn,
July Id. '63 wo Justice of the fesoe.
Improved Farm and Tim
ber f or sale-
The fsrm Is about 20 miles west from Plsttsmeuth.
2 mile, west of Hoover'., on (he Etage Bo.d. CO
acres has been in cultivation a log boose noon it
and plenty of stock water; it is S w qr ec 27, T 12,
iv ii iw ibtci auu cuuuvuicu wiin 10 1.01 I ana
8 K qr of 8 K qr Sec 20, same T and K. (timber)
so ana u-iH acres, mating -ami aad u ion aeies
Also the N w qr of N w qr of Sec 24. T 70. K 44. in
Mills county, tow., uue eastrrom Pl.tumnutb, and
1 mile from the river, (heavy timber.) For terms
address. D. H SOLOMON,
may2Str. Qlenwood, Iowa.
PRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARK
And everything needed by tha
FARM ER - MECHANIC.
Having purchased the entire stock of toads belong
ing to Wm acrold. I am re-fitting th store room in
go d style, and propose to sell gt odsat tbe old eta ua.
on me most reasonable terms.
marStf J1MIS O N r ILL,
I a mrpA'D "TVTTl'V Am X A TIT
I XX Ah J. V1V11 JIM X XXX XJXX VV
General Land Afent.
Lincoln. ... Nebraska.
Will practice In any of tha Coartaof the State, aad
will buy and sell Real Ks.at. en commission, pay
Taxes, examine nrie., t.
REED, BEARS SLE Y ft CO,
Real Estate Agents,
WEEPNO WATER, NEBRkSKA.
Li ad. boncht. man seed and sold. Valuable Tim
ber Land for sale. Taxes psid for Non-residents
CTlnroo protapUy attended ta.
msrea 20 ie.
WASHING Sc IROX1NC
Irs. Ivl. rJieman.
In the rear of City Bakery.
fancy article wa.hed atld done op in the neatest
trie. SatUfnei i-m snsranteed-
PlatmoOtb. Nebraska, June Volb nlxtr.
m. W. Irish, Proprietor.
Corner of .Min and Third Street.
rloird br the dav or week. Chareee moderate
I Stage, leave thli ITntl.e flail for.ll points
THOMAS W- SHRYOCK,
AND DIALER A" ALL KINDS OT
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET. (XearSfala.)
PLATTSJIO UTH, JfEBRASKJl.
Heparins and Varnishing neatly done.
X3T Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
B. Sptblock. E. BiXTiB WisnrtiH
Co. Clerk and Recorder. Dept'y Clerk Beer.
Spurlock & Windham,
FRONT ROOMS OF COURT-HOUSE,
Clerk and Treasurer's Office.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Titles Examined, and
Taxes paid and receipts forwarded
Plattsmouth, Jane 18,1863 nil.
Plattsmouth Meat market!
W. F. Morrison &Bro,
Miin Street, opposite Masonic Block,
foanfi at onr market.
supplied en reasonable terms.
The highest market prica will b. paid ter
STOCK AND HIDES!
We have atlarge lot of
for sal at
W. r. MORRISON BKO.
Jane 26th nlitf.
I JjU luBliraUCe vOwpa yj
9S It road way, Jfew-l'ork.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
I Cash AfSettS,
Entire profits divided among the Policy Holders.
Policies nonforfeitable, after twi annual payment
Dividends on the Contribution Plan, paid annual
ly from date of policy, and In case the premiums are
not paid, applied to kef p the insurance in toree.
LIFE POLICIES SELF SUSTAINING
In from 18 to 20 years, according to age.
This company issue- policle on all the approved
plans of Insurance, and offers every indaceme.tcon
sis'ent wim solvency.
For parttcuisrs apply to tbe undersigned.
For Ageocie to
PAUL MASON, General A (tents,
130 LaSelle street, Chicago.
RCSD a LTMAN, Agents Council Bluffs.
Dr. K. R. LIVINGSTON, Med. Exsminer,
nil Plattsmouth, Neb,
a E. F O R G Y ,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
8uch as the celebrated Rod Breaking Plows, Mould
Board Breaker, stirring l'lows, single and Double
Shovels, Cultivator, and Harrows. Repairing done
on short notice All work warranted.
Ilavinehad ranch exoerien-e in the business. I
feel assured that I can give general satisfaction.
Please give me a call before purchasing elewbere.
Plattsmouth. Neb.,Msy.6th, 1867.
Ho! for Salt Creek, where yon can kill two birds
with one stone, get your Gra'n Ground .nd Wool
C.rded at the same time; the machinery for both is
In perfect order. We nse the Patent Machine Cards.
which were rnn enough last year to establish their
superiority over the old kind, as all who used the -
can testify. The fUDeriorit of Mr. S. Twiss as a
Carder is well known, and his services are still ie-1
tained for tbe benefit of tbe public. With the above
advantages we flatter ourselves that we can make tt
to the advantage of all who want work In our line I
to eome this way. IA, DBAN , Proprietor.
niyia 8. Tn ids. varaer.
DR. HI. II. Ifl'CIsUSKY,
Wit do all work In his line on short aotls. '
yOBcs with Dr. Llvingfiea.
K. Sc N- STAGE LINE.
Stsge will leave Neb. City on and af.er April 18th. at
1.9 o'clock, a m.. taking breakfast at FactoryTiiSe.
arrive at PliiHrngmh at IS o'clock, for linocr;
leave FlatUaio-utk at one; arrive at K'b. ttty ai
S o'clock, n. an OBce at Llndiev'S Uote, Aeb.
City, and at Finite Vallet ItoOfe. Flattsmoath.
aprlCtf GEO. JKNNINQa.
The 8. Vee. 14 The N W V. 818, the N E
of N K ii. the N K of 8 E IS aal the 3 K Of S K,
See 15, T 10 Range II, Caa County, Nebraska.
chaeers. Terms on.-f Mirth cash the balance in three I
aal payments, internet at 10 per cent, pay I
W. B. BEKBK.
msyTuiS Cadis, HsnieenCJ.,Ohio.
SlSVIO LTVtTT. tROt.lf.HMI.
a- -ari a vreimi a Bivrnwl
Real Estate Office,
I op'site LandOfiice.
Government Inde .elected from 'personal ezam-
Inatloa. Free Homestead, selected, stirred and e
eored. Lsnda in tecond hsndt and lmprored farms
bon.ht and sold. Titles examined, a nd ConTeyanei-e
Rirr.nens: John B. Turner, late Prrt O a C
USE; Lee County National Rank, Wo!v Ml. ;
Robert Harris, 8upt C B St Q R ; Any Banker In
Whiteside coanty. III. : Reeuter and Receiver of
Land Office, Nebraska City. oil
S. F COOPEIl,
ATTORFJCT ASD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
P 1 at t smou t h ejlVeh.
Will bay and sell Real Estate, and pay taxes fr
Improved and a Bin-proved lands and lets fir sal.
June 23th nUvl.
T" RIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.
I Eas.ys for Younft Men on the Interesting rela
tion of Bridegroom to Bride in the institution of
Msrrisg, a Guide to matrimonial felicity and true
hi ddi ne.. bent oy man in sc. lea letter envelopes
free of ch.rce. Ad drees, HoWAaB Amociatiov, Box
F, FbilsoeipQia, ra.
And for sale at low figures,
1(1 t'U COFFER. 1 bbU SCGATt.
S III DRY A PPLES, bits DRY PEA CUSS,
SfC , ke. Also, a lar(a assortment ef
LATH. SHiyOLKS, DOORS. WINDOW SASH,
WINDOW MI.JMDS, U LASS. VBMUNT.
PLASTER PARIS, HAIR, COAL OIL, EU
esoautheis, to which w invite the attention efBur Tickets via
oiacaiuiuuB svuu utucn sasi mi f u i i uva p s v
are Agents for the OOODIN COAL BANK, at Lex.
inrtoa.and Dronose to furnish all the Coal this
country wants at prices to suit. Also a large stock of
Bye, Bourbon and Star Whisky.
Cherry. Raspberry, Blackberry and Ginger Brandy.
Call and see as.
SIMPSON. SIICKELWAIT k CO.
Je6 d3 wtf
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Deafer In the celebrated Steck McCammon Pianos,
and other Musical Instruments.
311 Instruments wsrranted Ave years. .
ID. B. lMclM echan,
IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
B0CE ISLAND FLOWS,
CORN.PLA NTER S,
Cultivators, sulky and walking,
A Large Variety on Hand.
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, j
a Urge stock new on band at small advance on
106 Main Street, - Nebraska City.
(Opposite the Seymour Houss)
SIGN OF THE PAD-LOCK.
Cabinet - Work !
Bavlnr enlarged his Shop and Sales-rooms would
respectfully remind tbe people in this vicinity that
ne can rurntsn tnem wim me very oe.c ramiiure.
Chairs, or other Cabinet-work, at the most reason
able rates. I shall keep constantly on Hand a large
assortment or aattem iv ore, ana am also prepared
to manufacture anythlnt ia my line on short notice.
A large assortment of Beady-made Coffins kept a
all times, u.il aad examine my stoc. ana prices
JelOdAwtf H. BOECK.
CULTIVAT O R .
By practical experiments In the field and by test
ing them with the best Wa'-kinc Cu tivatois made.
they have been brought to a stata approaching
In construction. Tbe cultivator conslsta of two
wi ought iron ax elrees, arched ana well oracea.
Tne plows are simpiy two iron pe.ms witn
DOUBLE SHOVEI. FLOWS
attach-d to tbe axle by a double Joint which gives
the olow an easy, out at tbe saire time perfectly
true vertical and nortxontai motion.
The tooirue is double and fastened to the arch
or lowered at will, when the corn is young-, reducing
draft, and raised when the corn is higher.
The shovels are furnished with
80 that the soil can be thrown either to or from tbe
corn. T Plows are connected by means of loose
coupling, wa eh enable tbe plowman to control both
Plows by holding one.
The following are afew o.'the.dv.nt.geous points
of superiority which this Cultivator has over others
lt It is stronger aad lighter, being made almost
entirely of wrought iron.
3d- The doable points br which the shovela are
attached to the axle enables tbe plowman to move
his plow either to or from the corn or tin It out
the ground with the lea t effort.
Sd. With this Cultivator the depth of the fnrrow
can be regulated, plowiag shallow or deep whether
the ground ia bard or soft.
4th. By mesas of the loose coapllng which con
nects the two plows you can make the two plows ran
any distance apart that you may desire, With otb
er plows it Is almost impossible to hold both shovels
when throwing earth to tbe corn, and to keen them
from crowding together when plowing from the corn.
For further particulars, eall, or address
D. B. McMECHAN.
NO. 108 XAINST. . NEBRASKA CITT
J. M. HINCHMAN,-
(Soccesior to Donelaa . ILachnan,)
Druggist & Apothecary,
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Toilet doods, PerfurrierXf
pubis-wi a as
For afeehanleal and Medietas? inra?.e
Keep coastsntiy en hand a taU and wtff airt-
ed stock ef
CsrefuZZy compoondetl oy an eaperieneel Drn'c tt .
Itone but the rUBJEST Med'iclare used. All poc0
warranted as represented'. Csll and see.
Jf Al! STrtfiEf , P0CTHS1ITX.
OPEN TO OSCEOLA.
Burlington & Kissouri
Connections made at Burling ton, for
CHICAGO and tbe EAST.
Passengers hr this roate have choice of the tares
Oreat Trunk Lines leading east from Chicago, tha
Michigan Central, '
Michigan Southern &
Fort Wayne &. Chicago
For all points ia
Throush Tickets and Baggage Cbccha far all las.
PULL31AITS PALACE SLEEPING CARS
on all night trains east of Burlington.
L. CARPER, C. B. P1RKI5S,
Oefi. Tc't St Pas'r As't Superintendent.
QHICAC.0 & NORTH WESTERN
Grand Consolidated Xtlne t
SHORTEST and MOSf EXPEDl
T10US ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS EAST OR
Trains leave tho Depot at
la connection with trains on the Cauncll : aad
at- Soseph Railroad, as follows:
(louncu diuds iimej
Express at 11.00 a. m , except Sundays.
Mail at 6 &6 p. m,, " Saturdays.
arriving In Chicago at 1 p m. and 6 a. m., mikl.g
eloe coonectiooa with the Michigan Central, afica
iran Sonth.rn, Pittsborg, Fort Wsyne and Chios ,
Chicago and Great Eastern. Chicago and Alton, IN
Inols, Central, and all other Kaslern and Soaihera
c r.i J
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
FITTSBURCH, HABRIEBCRQH, BALTIMORE,
Saving Tims, and Securing Ounfrrl aa4
Baggage Checked Throng!, to all principal poirle
and no extra charge for transfer through Chicago.
Passengers have choice of routes vsa Chicago,
enjoying all the modern improvements in sse
Superior Arranged Sleeping Cars on
ail jyigm i rains:
Passengers for aay po'n. East or South, to aval
themselves of the maay ad vaotagee offered by thle
company, should be p.rtlcu ar to ak for, aad tea
that their ticketsread.'
"VIA CMCA0O NOR TIT-WE STERN
49A copy of the HbBALO will be found en lid
at tbe office of the Chicago St Northwestern Railway
229 Broadway, New York.
O. L. DCSLAP, GenT Sup't.
J. P. HOKTON.N. W. Paa'r Ag't Chicago.
B. F. PATRICK, Gea'l Taa'r gent
H. WIESLia, M. C. II WIS
D. 11. Wlieeler &. Co.,
Real Estate Agents.
I G OXXllXllSSlOlierS OI Tlftarla
Fire and Life Ins, Ag'ts,
PLATTSMOUTH, N. T.
Collections promptly attended to, and proceeds re
mitted at current rate, ef Exchange. Taxes paid in
Wes'e-n Iowa and Mebntaaafor non-residents. Titles
to ljd investigated. Money loaned on Beat Estate
recur. ties. Land Warrants located.
Atfe t For collection of claims against Gevernmea
for soldiers, tneir idnwi aad minor b.r.. A cent
of I tot in Purchase and sale of Lands and City proper.
ty, easing of Tenements.
Hon. 8. II. Elbert, Denver City. C. T.
Hesars. Koaotxe Bre., Omaha, Neb.
" HeCan. Il Metcalf, Nebraska C ly.
G. W. Fllley. St. Loot., Mlaourl.
Dr. Pto Lewis, Boatosi, Massachaaetss.
H W Ditmars, Chicago, Illinois.
H M Msgtll, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Tootle a If anna, Plattsmouth, KebrasXa.
L B Rich, Three Rivera. Michigan.
Hon F Fellows, Bloomfleld, Wlectt&sta.
Bon T K aUrqiieit, Piattamcuth, !ebras:s.
L Lcwtav Aitotoey at Law, Buffalo, New Toik.
Csrtar. Hussry a Cnrl, Oe Molns, Toa.
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