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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1868)
Che Jidtelva gcvaW.
Jcn. Hitchcock came do-rn from Oma
. . ,
Gen. Sherman bus iostrnctcd Sheridan
1 pcrsua the Indians in Kansas and
drive them from the connty.
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Farmers having wheat had better sell
it and boy their fencing wire and staples
at E. T. Duke & Co.'e, whilo the are sail
ing so low. 1 t.
Please take notice that E. T. Dake & See card of Parmele & KersbaV, deal
Co. ara iust in recaict of a heavy" invoice rers in lumber. They have one of the
of coofcing, l'arlor and Box Stoves, 01
all the latest : patterns. , Call and see
largest and best stocks ever brought to
There will be a Grand Rally of Re
publicans at Lincoln on the lGth of Sep
t?mber. The finest speakers of the Stato
will be there.
We understand Porter is advertised to
refcd his "letter" to the people of North
Platte. Query will he tell them up
thera.tjiat he will, if elected, use his in
HutnVin favor of Cass County?
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Torter said, in his. speech here on Man
Jay the 17th, that he could not be elect
ed exempt he got Republican votes. He
might have added: "Good Lord, on
what a slender thread.
toner. 11 Johnson informs us that James
Wishart one of the prisoners held by
bim on the charge of horse stealing has
secured the necessary bail &du been set
at liberty. He is required to appear
again to-morrow for further . examina
tion. - - . .
Fir M installment of the season.
Clark & Plummer are receiving a fresh
stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes &c, which they are offering
at prices that defy competition. 1 t.
. A list of appointments bad been ar
ranged for G. W. Ambrose',' Esq., to
speak throughout the South Platte, and
they may have received publicity in some
portions of the State ere this. On the
It has ceased to be a wonder why the
rush has been so great for E. T. Duke
k Co.'a Tin Ware. It is manufactured
by themselves and is not Slop Shop"
work, made only to sell. "That's what s
the matter.' ' 1 L ; It.
lion. T. M. Marquett is now filling a
list of appointments north of Platte. He
will speak before the Grant .and Colfax
Club of this city next Thursday evening
(one week from to night.) Tuin out and
hear him, as it may be the last opportu
nity durijjg the campaign. He will make
a thorough campaign and may not be able
to speak more than once at any one place.
The Republicans of Salt Creek precinct
oraniied a Grant and Colfax Club last
t Monday evening, and the fires of Liberty
are burning brightly in that locality.
All persons owing us will please call
and setle as we want to closa up our
last years business.
janOtf Simpson, Mickelwait & Co.
Plattsmouth Lodge No- 6, A- F. &
R3tr ilarcomrannicttioD 1st and 3 J Mondays of each
aiouth. at 6 1-2 o'elo". p. ni.
U. 11. LIVISQ3TOK, Vf. M.
O. O. BETTS, Pec
Nebraska Chapter No- 3, R. A. M.
It. c ul.tr convocations 2d and 4th Tuesdays of
e ii h mouth, at 6 I S o'clock p m.
G. C. BETTS, 3ec.
Plattsmoulli Heat Market!
W. P. Morrison &Bro.
Jtf 'in Sfrcel, opposite Jtfasonic Block.
8ne assortment of freah Meat can always be
found at our market.
Dealer in all kind a of
WAGONS, BUGGIES SfU.
Repairing done with neatness and Dispatch.
At two story Brick Shop, Alattuiouth
July 230. 1863. . . "
J. M. HINCHMAN,
(Successor U Duueian & H.nchuiua,)
Druggist & Apothecary,
DEAL EH IN
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
I. 0-0. F.
Regular meetings of Platte Lodge, No. T, I. O. O.
F. every Satuadsy eveuing at 1 o'clock p. m.
Brother of other Lodges arc invited to visit this
F. M. DORRISGTOV ,Ree. Sec'y.
MN'D Or nOPEtFGRKE LODOE. No. 4. Reg
ular meetings the seCnd and fourth Friday evenings
r.rch month. . ii. YOU.NU. Jr., w.UA.
EUtrr blKAU Ajbtvis, w. u-v. i.
8. W. CALKIN, W. D.8.
STE AMU OATS
supplied on reasonable ttrms.
The highest market price will be raid lor
STOCK AND HIDES!
tit?ntTu rtiMrnar. AwnU'aintsi
Wa have allarge lot of
Jane 25th nl2tf.
for tale at
W. F. MOEBISOK k ECO.
3 REASONS FOR BOARDISG
GEO. W. CO.LVILV,
OAK STREET, - - - PI ATTSMOUTU
Two blocks nortnwesi oi dhci ocuixii-nouir.
Toilet Goods, I'erfumcry,
I U H E WINES
HE has a BA TIT 110 USE, free to patrons ; nisi
rooms are well ventilated, and bis price are
I. o. a. t.
-rmirmtlBC9 eery Tues ly evening. T ravelin
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day or the first appointment wo received i Sf eecnes weremaae dj iiayor i-ouenger iTempiarsrespecuu.13r1uTi1.cu. DUSB w c T
word from Mr. Ambrose that he would
be unable to fill them, in consequence of
the sudden death of a near relative.- -
Don't forget that E. T, Duko & Co.
can supply you with anything in the
Hardware line cheaper than can be
bought elsewhere. 1 t
The Dorrinton Cro's have their new
throughbracc coach in the hands of the
trimmer, and expect to have it on the
road about the 10th of nexl month.
The Ladies of the rresbjterinn Church
will hold ther first fall Sociable nt tho
residence of. Mrs. T. K. Hanna on
Tuesday evening next. Friends of the
Church are requested to take notice.
The Republicans of Cass are "up and
doing." A Giant and Colfax Club was
crcaniied at Stockinz'g School lloue
last evening, and rousing speeches were
Oar Democratic friends are very
wrathy anJ justly so because of the
cutting of the halyards to their flag.
They ttke it much harder than they did
when the old flae was being lowered all
over tho South.
Gen. Livingston and Hon. J. E. Doom
ppokc before the Grant and Colfax Club
of this city Jast Thursday evening.
T eir speeches were, full of argument,
and we only wish there had been more
democrats there to hear them. .
Our Democratic frisndswho are "run
ning the parly" in this city appear to be
afraid to let their followers turn out to
hear Republican speeches. They take
especial pains to keep them away at
leas it looks that way.
Capt. Henry Kuhl has opened the store
corner of 3rd and Min streets, formerly
occupied by J. N. Wise. We sea crowds
of people around there, and hope his
business talents may win him lots of cus
tomers. m mm
The crossing on the Bridge over Main
Street needs the attention of the City
dads. In wet weather one is in danger
of bemg spilled into the mire where our
worthies have provided a wallowing
place for aristocratic pig3.
Blacksmiths, why are you all complain,
ing of the scarcity of bar iron, when E.
T. Duke & Co. have a large supply of all
pizes and kinds, at about St. Louis
Let every Republican go and see the reg
istrar and have his name enrolled as soon
as tho booksjare opened. Don't put this
all important matter off from day to day,
but make it your business to register, as
it is jour solemn duty to vote down a par
ty that threatens war again as they threat
ened it in 1860.
Torter is making a heavy bid for Re
publican votes in this county as a locaj
candidate, and does not hesitate to as
sure the people of this county that it will
be to their "interest" to elect him. Does
Porter tell the people of Otoe and Nem
aha counties' that he will, if. elected,
discriminate in favor of Cass county ?
A couple of "fallen angels" were
brought before Recorder Dorrington jes
terday (and, by the way, their appear,
anco indicated a pretty heavy "fall.")
Pleading poverty the Recorder "decided
it would be more advantageous to the
morals and finances of the city to set them
across the river than to fine them,' and
that programme was carried out.
. J. C. Cowin, Esq., candidate for Dis
trict Attorney, was in the city last week.
He spoke before the immense Republican
gathering at Ashland last Saturday.
Cowin fought for his country during the
late rebellion, and, like all otber good
soldiers, feels the necessity of f iving the
country from another bloody war, such
as is threatened by Blair and his followers.
At the last meeting of the Grant and
Colfax club in this city, it was determin
ed to recruit a company of "Tannars,"
and it only took a few minutes to raise
100, and the uniforms are expected here
in a few days. These tanner organiza.
tions are striking terror to the hearts'of
Democracy. Th--y hata the tanners
uniforms almost as much as- they disliked
to see the "army b!u" a few years ago.
and A. L. Sprague, Esq., of this city.
We learn that the Republicans were out
in force," and manifested a determination
to do all they could for tho cause. Such
is, in fact, the news from all parts of the
Some of our Democratic friends are
endeavoring to make party capital out of
the fact that the halyrds to their flag
were cat last Sunday night, and are as
serting that the act is endorsed by many
Republicans. This is all a mistaxe, gen
tlemhn. No Republican endorses such
action, and there is fair reason to believe
that the hulgards were cut by mischievous
boys no Man woild do a thing of this
kind, notwithstanding the flag was raised
as a Democratic flag, and not as an
American flag r . .
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The Otoe county Democratic commit
tee met one day last week and commeno
ed to "doctor" their county ticket by
slufling off such withered branches and
"dead issues" as appeared to be weigh
ing the party down and making it nn
seemly to the public eye. The first
stroke caused the head of the great J.
Sterling to roll off, and his name was
taken from the prominent position it oc
cupied at the head of the county ticket,
as - u&naiaate tor tne otaie senate.
Well, we do not see that it makes any
material difference whether hi head rolls
in the dust now or after the 13th of Octo
ber. The only difference is that now he
is slaughtered in the house of his friend
and in October the "Rada" would hav
done the business for them.
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i)ir. .Vlttgeo, lue gmiiiiuaii m u j requir
ed the steam ferry boat at this place last
fall, arrived ' yesterday with the
necessary tackle to raise the old wreck
The City Councel have entered
into an arrangement with Mr.
Magee whereby he takes possession of
the ferry for the termrs of five ycars,and
is to put in a large and powerful steam
ferry boat as soon as the ice breaks next j
spring. , Ha will raian th old boat, and
use it this season, and build an entirely
new boat during the winter. Mr. Magee
is a thorough Ship Carpenter and an old
Ti FlTTEIlWUDnAM. w. 3.
T1IOS. W. SURTOCK, Lod?e Df puty.
KAIRVIKW LODGE, No. 14, holds repnlaai meet
Iocs every Tuesday erenintf. TraYellinir Templars
respectfully invltid 8. W. CALKIN, W. C. T.
F.M. YOl'SO. Jr, W. 8.
F. M. TOUIQ, Sen., Lodgo Deputy.
St. Luke's Parish. Vestry.
Regular meetinptflrst Tueslay of every month.
at 7 p. m., at tne once oi v ii
D W Wheeleb. Clerk.
Key. GEO. C. BETTS.
t57-EXCELSIOR DEfJREE LODGE, Ko.t. PIatta-
mouth, holds resnia- meenng ou me miru " .
day evenings of each month.
Bro J. WESLEY BARSES, W D T.
Bro. W. L. WiLU, W 1 8
Sister Roa Davis, W D V T.'
J3-3TAR OF liOr LODGE No. 8, Mt. Fleasant
holds regular meetings every Saturday evening.
J. It. 1SATL3, W. Li. 1.
Miss SaRAU P01PEL. W. 8.:
8. A-DAVIS, Lodge Deputy. . ,
Parmele 8l Kershaw,
L iTIl, TITIKEK, Sec ,
DIVIO LEVITT. THOS. h. nyoa.
L.EAVITT & HYDE,
Real Estate Offic e,
Government Lands selected from personal exam
ination. Free Homesteads selected, surved and se
cured. Lands in second hands and improved farms
bought and sold. Titles examined, A Dd Conveyances
mrde. . .
References: John B. Turner. late 1'res t n u
IT R R : Lee County National Bank, Dixon, 111. ;
Robert Harris, Supt CBk Q R 11; Any Banker In
Whiteside county. III. ; Register and Receiver of
! Land Office, Nebraska City. nil
For Mechanioal and JleJicinaJ pnrpoC4
Keep constantly on hsnd a fuU and weft iwitt-'
ed stock of
CarefuCy cotnponnded hy an experienced Druggist.
None but the PUREST Medicines used. All ycf
tcarranted as rtprstnted. Caii and see. .
WAIN STREET, FOUTFI SIDE.
Life Insurance Compa'y,
9S llroaclvray, Wew-lfork.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
August 2th, 1865.
C H. PARMEl,E,
o. f. jonxsox.
5 0. P.
(opposite Clark 8c Plummer,)
Entire profits divided among the Policy Holders.
Policies nonfoifeitable, after tw annual payment
Dividnds on the Contribution Plan, paid annual
ly from date of policy, and in case the premiums are
not paid, applied to keep the insurance in foree,
LIFE POLICIES SELF-SUSTAINING
- In from 18 to 20 years, according to age.
This comnany issue pollcie' on all the approved
plans of Insurance, and offers every Inducement con
sistent with solvency.
For particulars app:y to the undersigned.
For Agencies to
PAUL k MASOJf, General Agents,
130 LaSelle street, Chicago.
RCND k LTMaN, Ap-nts Council Bltiffa.
Dr. K. R. LIVINGSTON, Med. Examiner,
nil ... Platcsmouth, Neb.
C. E. FORGY,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Such as the celebrated Rod Breaking Plows, Mould
Board Breakers, Stirring Plowa, Single and Double
Shovels, Cultivator and Harrows. Repairing done
nn hnrt nntin All work warranted .
Havins had much experience in tne easiness, i
feel assured that I can Bive rreneral satisfaction.-
Please give me a call before purchasing elsewhere,
Plattsmouth. Neb., May 6th,13CT. -
Charles Lazenby v Stephen Gillroy. In Chancery
Tn rjursnance and bv virtue of a decretal order to
i me directed from tlis Office of the Clerk of the
District Court 2d Jud District of Nebraska, within
and tor Cass county, bearing date on the 2d day of
July A D 1S67, being a special term of said Court, I
the subscriber Master in Coancery for said county,
will offer for sale at public auction to the hihevt and
best bidder, lor cash, it. front of the Court House in
the City of Plattr mouth Cass County, Nebsaska, on
Wednesday the 7th day or Sepiemner A u isos, ai
one o'clock of said day, the following disci ibed Real
Estate to-witi Lot No (is) eight in uiuCK no nine
teen fl9V. situated in Plattsmouth City Cass county
Nebraska. toKether with all and singular the here-
ditsments, improvements and appertenanees thereto
belonEinir. to be sold as the property of the above
numvil dnfrndant to f-atlsfv said deciee. the amount
of which ist330,CG and interest on the same from
the date of said decree at the rte often per cent per
annum, together with cost of suit and sale t
W r tUAU.1, juasiar in vubiiucij
Aug 6 nlSJW
James Beakv vs. W. M. Slaochter and Mritha
iaughter. Order of tiala.
Notice is hereoy alven that by vl. tue of an order
of sale to me directed from Ihe C eta's Office
of the District Court within and for Cam county,
Nebraska, I will otfer for sale at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, tor cash in haml. at the
front door of the Court Uoue, iu Plattsmouth, Cass
connty, Nebraska, on Tuesday, tl e Sih day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1S0S between Hie hours of and 2
o'clock p. m. ot said day, the following real estste,
to-wit . The west one-half (1-2) of lot No Diuc (9) iu
block No fourteen (14), aw designated upon the re
corded plat of Platttmouth, Cass county. Nebraska,
also, ths north est quarter (k) of the southwest iiuar
nee la the Business, i i ,er (l) 0f s-ction No nine(), in township No
general satisfaction. I eivt. (12), north of range No ten (10, east of the
sixth (l) V. M ., containing loriy aces, and lying lu
CaFg county Nebraska, to satisfy the claims of one
James Ueiky anainst W M Slaughter and Alaribs,
Given ander my l and this the Clh d .y of August
ADlb6S. J. W JOHN'SON,
Sheriff of Cas county, Neh
By I N Shambauh, Att'y for Plaintitf auaOw S
to SAmr louis. J. W. Middleton & Co ,
Two Daily Trains.
Calvin 11 Parmelee, vs. Joshua B. Wells, In Cfctm
cery. In pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order to
me directed fiom 'he office ol the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of the 2J Judicial District vt Nebraska
within and for Cars county, bearing date on Ihe iitHh
day of June, 1S67, being the June special term of
said Court, 1, tho tnbrcrtber. Master to Chanc ry
of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue, for
cash, to the highest and best bidder, in front of Iho
Court House, in Platlsmoth,Cass county, Nebraska,
on Monday, the Teh day of September, lt6S, at 1
o'clock p. ru , of said day, the following dercri!"d
rea estate, to-wit : Lot No six (6), In Block No-twenty-eight
(28), a designated upon the recorded
plat of said city of Plattsmouth, with all and siiigo
lar the hereditaments and appurtenances thereon or
thereunto belonging. To be sold as the piopetty of
the above nam d defendant to satisfy said dec ee ;
the amount of which is the sum of $473 00. with In
terest from the date of said decree at the rate of ten
per cent per annum, together with co ts of suit and
Dated Anguit 5tb, 136S.
W. P. CnAPIN.
By Wiiett PoTTEXGER, Solicitor for Com.
ang. 6th, nlfl.
DK, ill. II. ill'CIiUSKY,
A mess meeting of the Republicans of
Nebraska will tako place next Saturday,
29th in3t.. at Omaha. This will proba-
blj be the largest gathering of men ever boatman, and will personahy superintend
r,a.l 5n th StiTtA. Let every man eo and the building and running of the boat. Ho
BOTII Dal.v Trains of the Hannibal St St. Joseph
Railroad from the west make close connection at
Macon Cltv with tho above line, arriviue -,n Sf
! I.otiia and connecting directly with all morning and
afternoon trains out of st, Lou's, lor
MKW Xomc, Pbh.sdei.phba,
uoston, hatkikoto.1 litt,
Jjdi abapolip, Chicago,
BLANK BOOK MANUFA CTURERH
see what the patriotic poople can do when
aroused. Democracy 6tanus a good
show to be buried forever beneath the
avalanche of intelligent voters in this
Since our. last issue we have learned
from a reliable source that the contract
was here last week and made arrange
meats with the Council, and comeback
on the Colorado. We formed his ac
quaintance while here, and think he is
just the man Plattsmouth has been look
ing for during the past year or two.
Sunday night last some miserable
Newspapers, Magazines And all -Points East North or South.
The only direct and legitimate route from the
&Cv &C, &C.
Preacrip'ions can fully compounded by an expe-
jWest to St. Louis fc the East.
Time to the Eastern cities as Q UJCKas
can be made by any route, with
TIskets via the above line can be purchased at the
Hannibal k St, Joseph ticket offices in the West.
1 . :J
. mi i ....... . ;-C j , - t .-!
rrrn-n ni f , , rrr' -
of Messrs. Wolfe, Carpenter & Co., for scamp cut.tha halyajd3 on the Democrat- JT 0QT)in A tOf IulllS. Z3?Tare " lhe saine as hV anV other Toule'
i . . i i: .v- n r. i t t Ta ,n ! in lino- nfiiB in tnis citv. ana urew inem I I
Th oTftoshonners have neanv an leu Kraumg iuc u. w x. x.., . D r - - - ...
m - ir - I .
this part of tho jounfry again,; and the
frtrmars are not mad in the least about
it. It is not certain whether this flying
plague has gone for the season or wheth
er their absenceis temporary.
" Messrs. Wolfe and DilTey, of " Rock
Bluffs, will address the Grant and Colfax
Clab at the Court House this evening.
Thev have each carried a musket in the
BARTON BATES, President
JOHN P. LAIRD, General Superintendent.
. - ..... .T-kl . - 1 L . KnllA, Va ht,A T f nlnn nr h rv I v. I .1
opposite this citv, instead ot to tne u. i- i mo uiAcj. j? arrners, go waere you can got tue u, h. whkklek, oen Ticket Agent.
& St Joe. R. R.,' as reported last week, done it, but all good cit.zens will join in - . . f aBOT". JoRCph.
V nersauio the intention of the contract- denouncing the miscreants, whether they I L. M. DUNN. General Western Agent.
frv .nrnmonr-n work on this end of are Renublicans, or whether they are 85 a, of X X X FLOVlt and 12 u of BBAN
the road at an early day, as they are ad- "patriotic" democrats who still despise - .a. IUI BW1 u. HICAGO & NORTH WESTERN
eervico of iheir ceuntry, find have a
right to speak for her.
Lookout for copperhead , rascality.
They have commenced already by organ,
izing bogus precincts, for temporary em
ployees along the U. P. R. R. to vote in.
Watch every corner, find when you see
attempts at raca'ity report immediately
Capt. Wra. McCarty, the first proprie
tor of the Tlatte Valley House, is on a
visit to this city to see his son, Q.
McCarty, Esq., and other friends and ac
quaintances. He, like all other sensible
men, is for Grant and Colfax.
The Ladies of the Parish Aid Society
are requested to meet at the residence of
E. B. Cuttery, Eq., on Friday, 23. inst.
at 5. p. ro., for the purpose of complet
ing arrangements for the Christmas Fes
tival to be beMCh-iatmas eve. ; ; ; ;
"By orler of the President.
vertisin for a large force of hands and the stars and stripes. Whoever it was,
we hope they may De touna ous ana re
ceive the just indignation of ail citizens
who honor the American flag for its worth
as an emblem of liberty. We hope no
ono claiming to be a Republican done
this thing; for such things are not in accor
dance with tho principles of the party
which recognize the right of all men to
Helman's hope has at last been realized
at least for a few moments. He said
about two years ago, in a public speech
Turn out and in this city,that he "hoped to see the day
when the American flag would float side
hv Rid with the Democratic flag " We
Wa rA ! damn s-rist work: and. With our lo-I
rroaard facilities. feel assured that we can give the
oef and the most flour 01 any mm in me otitic. -
Satisfaction Guaranteed ;
PRODUCE BOVGIIT AND SOLD.l
HIGHEST MARKET PBICK PAID.
REED & CLINTON.
March 26th, 1S63.
- Grand Consolidated Line!
SHORTEST and MOST EXPEDlA
'MilTO lf17rrF'. Tfl A I.I.
POINTS EAST OR
; ; south.
notarial and Corporate Seals.
196 Lake Street,
CHICAGO, - - III
DE T 1S T,
Wil do all work in his line on short notice.Jf
jrumce witDiir. uivicgeton. .
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
Dealer In Ihe celebrated Sleek 1 McCanimon Pianos,
and other Musical Instrument.
ITS-All Instruments warranted Ave years. J
NEW ARRANGEMENTS !
understand they : were, both aflofct f f H be loyal to the flag of the country if they ChOQD CasH StOre !
t:m in TTnmhiirf? on SaturcTav" the loth . J . 1 h; W1 ,Wfcr
0 .... win. 11 it
was done bv some sneaking
inst. llolraan is saia 10 De a canaiuaie rebeJ t)eoauge of bu hatred to the colors
for Presidential elector from this State, wh5ch haJ fioated from the polt, the act
on the demooratio ticket.
One of the Democratic leaders of this
city said a few days since, while talking
to a considerable crowd of men : 'Jeff
Davis is a friend of ours and we are
friends of Jeff Davis" He was speaking
of and for the Democratic party, and we
have not a shadow of doubt that he
spoke the truth, so far aa it applies to
the leaders of the party. - Will war dera
octats remain blind to the designs of the
We give a large portion of our space
! this week to tha letter of Judge Pearson,
of North Carolina. The Judge treats our
is none the less consureable. Such ac's
are not arguments, and upon .argument
and reason alone should the campaign be
conducted by all parties. . -.
Cash paid for Wheat
tf. by CLARK & PLUMMER.
At Weeping Water Falls, on Thursday,
August 13th, 1808,, Rebecca, wifo of
James, W. Cogs tell in the G-ltb year
of her age. -
. Just one left, of the celebrated Walter political affairs candidly, and as every
A. Wool prize Mowers the only Mower american citizen should. lie does not
that received the Grand Gold Medal Prize claim to be a Republican, but thinks the
r.t the French Exposition, he'.d last year only way to prevent another war is to
elect Grant. Read it, Democrats wno
love your country, and see if his reason
irig is not gooi. We do not expect those
democrats who are in favor of war to heed
it, but ' thereare many who are oppose
to more -bloodshed, and to these we
appeal. - - '"j
Silent, Swift, and Irresistable.
"It is the simplest." "It is the best
made." "It is the least liable lo gel out of
order." "U runs the stillest." "It runs
the easiest." "It runs the fastest." "It
has a device to prevent the uheel running
backwards." "It requires the least me
chanical skill to use it." These are a few
of the thirty u Decisions" rendered by the
Judges at the celebrated "Grand Trial at
Island Park' in favor of the Wilcox 4;
Gibbs Sewing Machine.
tii Paris for salo by E. T. Dake & Co
Mr. Joel Parcel, of Oreapolis, offers
a large quantity ef valuable
property for sale, consisting of horses,
rows, farm implements and household
furniture. He intends goieg'east on a
vAri.rnrl visit, and will dispose of said
l i ...ki;.,'a n Frirlav tha 11th 1 TV... -ill K n. Clamv Meeting in Rev.
of Sept., at bis residence. This .will be J. TCannon's Grove, near Union Post which we ffwto, the , farmers of Cass
a splendid opportunity, for persons desir- office, between Plattsmouth and Nebra County, f or tto very low price of $160,
IL.f.v. Theterms wnitV.'AnmmW.r on Thursday night and warrant thame to do as much, and
ll't, BUT IHVUll IY Ul a" - I - - J J O - .
of sale are six months time with good se
We have two of the celebrated John II.
Manny's Combined Rflajicr 4 Mower left,
c jiity on all amounts over 10.
" . I . j.
tYa oTth ?r.t. A or.npral attendance oi as gooa worn as any uhkc.
rraCher9- and naonle is solicited. : v A fewof tho Celebrated ; Garden City
Cash paid for Wheat
by " L. L. HOLBnOOK.' i
WiU Omaha and Nebraska City papers Selby.'Cfiltrvators, and Hay Rakes on
nlease copy ? -it - nancjyei.a a yer, CueP Va.v.
iv T T . T V
'i"E.;A.. WlGCEXUOKN- & CO. ..
L. r. HEED, P, E. BEAKDSliYi
UEED & BEARDSLY;
WEEPING WATER, NEBRASKA
iTTg have Just opened a laree stock of Ooods t
H Weepinj water, consisting oi
Dry Goods, , .
Qneensware, - ?
; ; : Glass, i f
Wooden Ware, Notions, , ' J
Acd every thins; the farmer and mechanic needs,
ju i.. .i crmriM to suit. To bnv elsewhere m y be
well, to buy here Is well always well often bet
ter oft-n best. Call and see. Look at the Goods.
Ask for tha price. Consider well, and do what is
wisest. All Ooods warranted as repreeni"i.
KBED It BBARDSLT,
July 80 tf.
B.Sftrlock, - R. Baxtk WiKDnm
Co. Clerk and Recorder, Dept'y Clerk Rec r.
Spurlock! & Windham,
PL A TTSMO VTU, XEBRASKA .
FRONT ROOMS OP COURT-HOUSE,
Clerk and Treasurer's Office.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Titles Examined, and
' r: CoiiTeyances Made,
Taxes paid and receipts forwarded
' promptly. ;
Plattsmouth, Juoa 13,1 S63 nil ,
. K- & IV. STAGE IillTE. .
c. - in t.... it rirr on and after AvrillSth, at
1-1 O'clock, . m Uking breakfast at Factoryville;
arrive at Plattsmouth at 12 o'clock for e.
leave Plattsmonth at one; arrive at Neb. City at
6 o'clock, p. aarf i Office at Lindaey'a Ilote'. Aeb.
City and at Flatte Valley Hous-, Plattsmouth,
.rrietf :.. . ' . geo. jennins; :
Trains leave the Depot at
Cquncil . Bluffs,
In connection with trains on the Council Bluffs and
st- Soseph Kailroad, as follows:
(Council Binds time)
Exnress at 11.00 a. m . except Sundays.
Mail at 6 55 p. m " Saturdays.
arriving in Chicago at 1 p m. and 6 a. m., making
close conneetiotiB with the Michigan Central, Mich
ican bouthirn, Pittsborit, Fort Wayne and Chicaft ',
Chicago and tireat Eaftern. Chicago and Alton, 11
inois, Ceptral, and all other Kastern and Bouthern
PRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE
Delroit, J, :
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
PITTSBURGH, HAHlilSBURGH, BALTIMORF,
" Washington, ' ' Wheeling, Columbus,
Cincinnati. touisville, at. Louts,
Cairo, Memphis Vicksbnrs,
Saving Time, and Seeuriug Comfort and
Baguage Checked Through to all principal points
and no extra charge for transfer through Chicago.
Passengers have choice of routes vsa Chicago,
enjoying all the modern Improvements in use on
MEN'S AND BOYS' FARM PRODUCE
And everything Deeded by the
FARM ER s MECHANIC.
Superior Arranged Sleeping Cars
ail JVight Trains!
fA-nv nolnt.Eastor South, to aval
themselves of the many advantages offered by this
Company, snouiu ae j'ariitu r m ,
thit their tickeUread.
-T7A CHICAGO KOSTIT-WESTESy
jSJ-a copy of the Herald Will be found en file
at the ouice ot the unicago x nonowniwu
329 Broadway, ew lora.
a t.. nmr.AP. Genl EoD't.
J. P. HOKTON , N. W. Pas'r Ag'l tnicago.
E. F. PATRICK. Gen'l raa r gent
TRIDB AND BRIDEGROOM.
I K.a for Vmmi Men on the interesting rel;
tion of Brilegroom to.Brtaew ine ibhiiuuto u.
Marriage, a Guide to matrimonial lencnv auu iru
happintH. Soot by mail in sealed letter envelopes
free of charge Address, Uowabd Ausociatiob, Box
58 and 60 Lake Street,
CHICAGO. - ILTL.INOIS
Tuttlk, Thompson & Wetmork, Chicago.
Isaac Fenno & Co., BoBton, Mass.
and Dealjrs In
. 49 SOUTn WATER STREET, .
CHICAGO. - - - ILLINOIS.
. . . f cbJ7m
Having purchased the entire stock of goads l.elong
itig to Wm nerold, I am re-fitting the store room in
go d style, and propose to sell gcods at the old staud.
on the most reasonable terms.
mar5tf JAHJAO SMLL.
And for sale at low figures,
10 ikt COFFEE, 1 SCO All ,
6 bbUDST APPLES, 6 ti6Z DR Y PEA CUES,
tfC , ke. Also, a large assortment of
LATH. Snr.VGLKS, DOORS, WINDOW FASH,
WINDOW BLJSVS, GLASS. CEUEN1.
PLASTER PARIS, HAIR, , COA.L OIL, Etc.
250 bathel. tf which invite the nUertion of
Blacksmiths and others as to quality ana price. v e
arc Agents for the GOOOIN COAL BANK, at Lex
ington, and propose to furnish all the Coal thU
country want at prices to suit. Also a large sto-n or
Rye, Bourbon and Star ."Whisky.
Cherry, Easpbcrry, Blackberry and Ginger Brandy-
Call and bee on.
eijirsosr, MICKELWAIT k CO.
.Plattsmouth, Aug. 2l3t,1858.
" New York Cash Store.
P, rbUabeipma, fa. . vt
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