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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1868)
Go to Sbrjock'a Puraiiure vrarcrobrus
for jur holiday prescnta. I)ecl7w2-
Ilon. T. M. Marquett, left for Nebran
k& Citj last Tuesday to attend Court.
Go to DoYey'a if jou wish to buy what
oa want, and get wha. you buy. wl
We hear talk about a R. R. meeting
that was held in this city last week.
Who can tell anything about it.
Mr. Van Camp of Omaha, was eeri
ously Injured last week by the running
away of a pair of horses.
Tbe coachvfrom the R. R. broke thro
the ice on the river one dy last week.
No damage done.
A slight attempt was mad? by a few
individuals fto raise the price of wood
during the recent bnd.wcather,but it was
If any man in l'laUatnourn now doubts
the building of the R. R. west from this
city, he should immediately pell out and
move to Alnttka.
They aro to have a grand time at Ash
land to-night, and will probably wear
out much sole leather. The? are to have
one of the finest bops of the season.
The Festival last Thursday evening, by
tb lad.es of the Episcopal Church, was a
fine affair and yielded a handsome profit
It was the fir-it of the season, and will be
followed by SfYeral other.
Wfs. Montgomery, Esq., nn old "'typo '
on the Heralp, Yai been in town several
davs lookire after the; lrjiies nfl-irs
of the Lincoln CummnTtallh, for which
be is actinz ? general ngnt
Our old friend E. Fo'ttc, jr., formerly
of St. Joseph but now of Chicago, call
ed on us last Monday. Mr. Foote is tak
ing orders for plows, and agricultural
implements in general.
Mr Henry Sheffer, one of tie old rei-
dvnts of Cusa county, arrived at home
last Saturday after an eirhte?n months
trip in tho mountains. He looks liko
mountain life agreed with hira.
We made a notio last week of the re
moval of the Elinirood Post Office, but
lid not get the present locality correct.
The office is established at Mr. Samuel
May's, on Stove Creek, instead ,of Mr.
We hare a new and welcome visitor in
the IIfrald sanctum in the shape of the
New Eclectic Magazine, a popular month
ly published by Turnbull & Muniock.Ra!
titmore, at per annum. It is an in
trresting and instructive publication"
Five more wsgrms loaded with Stats
jrapers and furniture arrived in this city
last Monday evenirg from Omaha, and
time ten or twelve more load are on
the way. These wagons were just in time,
f.ir tin river was EI!ed with floating ice
Hon. A. B. Fuller, of Ashland, was in
tht city Sunday n3 Monday He left
for Omaaa Monday, to stock a line of
coaohes between that place and Ashland.
Taller is alive to the intercuts of Ash
land, find will go Lis his 4 last dollar and
I'.zt mia" on any enterprise calculated
tn l nfit tint locality. lie informs us
tl at the aboves line
s'artod immedi itelv
cf coaches will be
1 hs "HaUsniouih Skating Kink" was
Cfent"! to the public last Monday, and
ef-verril nuiall boys availed themselves of
t hi s rpporiuniry to exercise their muscles.
The "Kink" is on.; of tho moot evtensive
cn the Contincntjreaching from Ft. Ren
ton to St Louis, and is -approached from
thu city by means of "small boats"some
times ea'.led "dug out," otherwise call
Probably a.l tharendois of tbe Herald
have heatd of the new book published by
Zoigler, McCwJv Jc.Co., called "Men of
our Day," but we presume very few of
tL'em have seen it. It is a very readable
book, ar.d should be in every family li
brary. The Agent, Mr. PauI Arnold, will
ca'.l on the citizens of this placa and give
th.m a chance to subscribe for th's ex
cellent work. -
Lockt. The Omaha Evenirg TW$
fays. "On of our boys is the regular
receiptrnt of letters that have a look
about'tbem that is suspiciously like
'business.' Being questioned, he read
i'y admitted they were from the idol of
bis heart. "And, he continued, she's
an heiress, too. lias money coming to
her every Saturday night!"
When ox and mule trains were S'iper
ceded by the locomotive in transfering
freight rrora the Missouri river west, the
wholesale business of this, as well as all
other towns in Nebraska except Omaha,
was a'mo?t entirely abolished, but we
are pleased to record that it is aain re
TiTing and that the sale of large cum
bers of unbroken packages is no uncom
mon thing in this city.
raECjcioca. We saw a young Ameri
can, about twelve years old, in a Billiard
Saloon, clap his hand on the Knee of a
middle aged man, with the sa'utation
'TIow r re you old boy?" We regret to
say that he was not kicked down stairs
at he should have been A little soap
a i. J water at tbe hands of his maternal
ancestor would hare softened down the
habitual grin on his precocious face and
an application of strap to his shoulders
might save him from the vigilantes some
of these days. Xonpartil.
The above wou'd be very applicable
to s-rue of the "yenng blood" of thif
U l Mli V. i . . i ; , i :
and settle immediately and save eonts.
This is the lat call I shall make before
placing accounts in the hands of tt.af5
r for collection.' '' - Gso.' Botcr."
See advertisement of the Chicago Re
publican to-day. This paper has been
one of the uncompromising -supr orters of
the Republican party since its commence
mcnt, andhas never been led off from
the true coutso by apparent reverses of
fortune or prospects of a change of pow
We have been receiving the Southern
Xtbraskian regularly -ae an - exchange
far a long lime, and nave watched its
columns eagerly to find some item cf lo
cal or general interest or to find "some
editorial of terrible force or startling ef
feet , We were unable-to discover -any
thing of the Hind until Inst week, when
the paper came to us wirh a double leaded
leader with the following heading; "How
to keep the bahy' quiet" We ' rather
think the feller who runs that machine
has struck his 'strong suit," and wo
advise him to continue writing up that
We are eorry to announce that Mr.
Willi ms, the' popular telegraph opera
tor at this city for the P'tat four vears."
is about to leave -us.!; He goes to Hebrae
ka City,to tako charge of the office there,
and we can assure the people down there
that they will find Mr. Williams a good
and worthy man, and one who will at
end strictly to his business. Mr. Eugene
Lewis takes the office at this place, and
has established his headquarters at O. F.
Johnson & Co's
At the regular meeting of Platt-smouth
Lodge No. A. F. &, A M , held last
Monday evening, the following officers
were elected and appointed for the Indu
ing Masonic year.
W M J W Shannon, . : . :
S W J Vulleryi jr., A
J W 11 D II tthavray, f ;
Treas E T Duke,
Sec J N Viae, ..
S D M B Murphy, ' ; -
J D C E Forgy,
Chap W I) Gage,
Tyler FS White, ' ? '-' ;
The instaMation will take place at the
Hail, at 2 p. in. next Monday :
From the following notice in the Corn
ing (N, Y ) Journal wc learn that our
rsteeind friends, Mr. and Mrs. Parcel,
p.re enjoying themselves among former
Joel Parcel and wife,of Plattsmocth,
Nebraska, who were for twenty years
t'ghiy respected residents of this town,
arrived in this village,, last evening on a
visit, and will reinnin in this tit ate tilt
'pring It is ten years since they remov
d to Nebraska. Many friends will ro
joice to seethem again "
ILe same paper has a notice of Bro.
Rob. Morris' lecture entitled "Muonic
Researches in the Holy Land," delivered
under the auspices of the ladies of the
M. E. Church, of that place.
All members and friends of the M E.
Sunday School, who contemplate making
presents to their children and friend?, nre
invited to bring their presents to the City
flail by 9 o'clocn on Friday morning,
that the committer may have time to ar
range them on tbe tree.
Distribution of present at 1 o'clock,
P. S. Tha place to get your presents
is at tbe il. Ll.urcli festival, on
Christmas r've, at the City IlaU, where
a larg" assortment of useful ,and orna
mental articles, consisting of childrens
clothes, books, toys. tc, ic , wi'.l be
offered cheap forcah.
At the regular convocation of Nebras
ka Chapter No. 3, R. A. Masons, held in
Masonic Hall la?t Tuesday evening, tha
following officers were elected and ap.
E-T-Irnke High Priest
W D Gage King . , ;
W B Porter "Scribe
J Vallery Treas
D II Wheeler See
F S White Guard .
J W Shannon C II
II D Hathaway PS . ' .
E Davis R AC
A B Smith G M 3rd V
J W Marshal G M 2nd V
J C Cummins G M 1st V
Splendid Christmas Psessstj, free to
All. The enterpirsing publishers of the
American Stock Jocrnal have put. up
300,000 cpis in packages of 3 ea-sh,
with a finely Illustrated Show Billj Pre
mium List, &c , which they offer to send
free and post paid ts all who apply for
them. Every Farmer and Stock Breeder
should avail themselves of this geneious
offer (to give away over $30,003 worth
of books, )as three numbers contain near
100 pages of choico original articles, and
a great number of valuable recipjs for
the cure of Tarious diseases to which
Horses, Cattle, Shep, Swine, Poultry
to.- are liable. Farmers will find this
monthly a very efficient aid in all thed
partments of Farming and Stock Breed
ing. It has a Veterinary Department
nndp th ehre of one of the ablest
Professors in the United States, who an
swers through the Journal, free of cburg-j
all questions relating to Sick, Injured or
Diseased Horses, Cattle, Sh.-ep, Swine
or Poultry. Thus every suhscribsr ha
a Hor3e and Cittla Doctor free. Thi
Journal is furnished at the low price of
$1,00 a yer, peciiaen copies sent free
Address N P. Botkr Jt Co., Pub's,
rarke-reb-jrg, Chesicr Cy, Pa.
Vwr iMVin bv tha hi
tit? of the Presbyterian Church lust
Tuesday evening was t complete success
The aupper- was swllem, the Art, Gal
lery was Tery'attraotlve," and the" whole
thing was in excellent taste. The re
ceiprs were about
jTrf the immediate friends of our Churcl
who 83 kindly- atited a .n labor and
provisions ; and to our sVi-r Churches
who patronised and encouraged us by
their presence ai d means, at our Fair
and Festival on the evening of the 224
inst, we return our warmest thanks; but
in view of the fact that a Iargr number
of persons were present than we had an
ticipated, we 'crave indulgence for any
lack of comfort and refreshment on the
We wish you all a merry Christmas,
i s. Ladies OF IVlX Fki SBYTESIAS CilCRCH
Cash Paid for Pork.
Br ' ' r E. G. Duvsr.
December 3rd., w4.
v. : 7
.'- wotici:. - ,
All persons knowing themselves icdebt
etl the to undersigned, will please call and
settle immediately, as I wish to have all
my 'accounts settled by Jannary 1st, 869.
DeclOwS , Wm. Stadkutanv.
$1200 and all Expenses Paid!
See advertisement of Americas Shcttlk
Sewimq Machine, in our advertising col
"IAY llfc. ,
All persons knowing themseves indebt
ed to me will please call and pay up im
mediately. A word to the wise, etc.
Sept.10 tf. C. E. Forgy.
All -persons indebted to us. either by
note or accunt, will please call and set
tie immediately, a we wish to close our
accounts by Dec. 25th. '
mv2Gf. ' ; - V-V-LEur & Rcffner. :
All persons ind-bfed to -aie by note or
accouut wiil pleaso call and settle imme
diate! v. All accounts not settled by
December 25th, will be left for collec
tion Take notice and govern yourcelf
nccorjlnglyj and, save your' Cost.
ao?2'3tf Jacob Vallkby, Jr.
Fine fancy Brackets, new and beauti
ful styles of Children's Chairs, Ladies
and Misses Rocking Chairs, Farcy Work
Tables, Dreing Bureaus, Bedsteads,
Ilat.Racs, Whatnots. . Parlor, Diring
Room and Kitchen Chairs, all at
lowest prices at Shrvock'h
Decl7w2. on Third St.
We bnve sold out our entire stock of
groceries, and must have all accounts
due us settled immediately. Persons ow
ing us will bear this in mind, and save
themselves',fome;trouble hyjeoming in and
- . T 1
paying up. uur omce is as our umnucr
Yard. We propose to have all accounts
settled, and that immediately.
tf. Smrsox Mickelwait i Co.
Heaths l'aleut Wells
Mr. R. T Shannon, who las purchas
ed the right for Cas, Sarpy and Douglas
counties for these popular wells, will be
in this city by Januiry 1st. Orders left
at this offico or with John Simpson wi.l
be promptly attended to Terms ?l 00
per foot, complete. Water insored in
every case, or no pay requned.
" . -
About five years a?o Mr. Thos. Thorn
a: of this countv, licked a few kernels
of wheat from somacacary sepd in B!ack
& Butterrs (tore, and concluded to try
the esperimeut of cultivating them. The
first year the crop was destroyed by ver-
roin. except a few stocks from which ue
obtained 90 grains; the proJue' of thrse
90 grains, up to th'iM year, is 42 bushels,
notwithstanding tho grasshoppers don
serious daoiaee to it during the past two
years. Mr. Thomas thinks from what
experience he has had with this new
kind of wheat (which, from the method
of obtaining it ha calls Canary Wheat)
that it will vicld about 50 bushels to the
acre with a fair or pOTtunity. It ma
good Sour, of a yellowish eat,raises wc 1
and makes as good hicuit s
our bjst spring wheat Hoar. In order
that the need may be preserved, an i oth
ers may have a chance to try this wheat,
Mr. Thomas proposes to dispose of a
small quantity at $3.00 per bushel.
He also has a sm all quantity of the f a-
inous' '-Surprise Oats," from which he
rnised 2 12 busSels from 2 quarts the
firt season; and '.ha yeir 44 1 2 bushels
from the 2 12. notwitosundinr they
wer seriourtly damaged by grasshoppers
both seasons, after they were headed out.
The Oats will be disposed of, in small
quantities, at $3.00 per bushel. Speci
mens of tho Wheat nod Oats can besren
by calling on Mr. Thomas, or at the Her-
alt office. novjom
New Boot and She Shop-,
OjMjtile he Vialtx Vallrt Jl)us.e.
; The undersigned having just opened
a new Eloot and Shoe shop in this citv, is
dextrous of receiving his bare of public
patronage. All kindsof new work dune
on ihe frbortest notice. It you have anv
rerairitg to be done, bring it along. All
kinds of produce taken in exchange at
mnrket price. Remember the placo, op
rosite he I'latte V-tllev Ulouse, and see
ond story of Forgy's PI w Shop.
, " U.-.W Fkrres.
Pla'tsmouth, Oct. 15 tf.
An ivfteru n.a.'i linked his wife in
an uppr ro.'wii: ' and pt-u lnVf.ii up
vi h a bne. Thf vouili sai!. "Mo
ther, father st-nt this up. and says iherej
is a bone tor .you to p cl. lti- gf d
tl mother replied:" Take t backhand
tell him 1 suy he is not your father.
; anJ iber's a ban? for him I? pick.'
i fi- r -tivii
. . DKALEK4 IN
DRY GOODS, GriOGLRIZS;
Fanning " fi tuple men ts,
. , CORSER 3u ASit irfAIS bTS.,
pla ttsmouthJ a-k'hu a ska.
,. . , DUO.11 ItiiO c iS If
W 'ut 500,000 lbs. Dre,Md Hogs,
500 .Hogs on Foot, . ' : '
fof which the h.ghet murkc t price will be
paid in cash. ' , . , '-.: '
If you want anything very chep go to
Doom Bro. A. Co.
All kinds of produce bought by -Doom
Bro. & Co.
Choice articles of tea to be had at
; 'i Doom Bro. & Co's
Tbe best Rio CoiL.-e for sale by
r , - - , Doom Bro. &. Co.
Best quality-of coal oil to be had at
"DuvM Cro. L Co.
Splendid article of Syrups of all kinds
at ' 1.,-Ovl.'- Doom Bro & Co,
If you want to "ret a -rood onalitv ' of
sugar go to . Doom Bro. 3c Co.
Boots and Shoes
of all kinds for sale
Doom Bro. & Co.
A large line of Dress Goods and trim
mings for sale very low by
- Doom Bro. & Co.
If you want to get any thing for Coats,
Punts, Vests or Piece Goodsgj to
Doom Bro. & Co.
A large stock of Bleached and Brown
Mu"lin of all kinds for sale at
Doom Bro. & Co's.
Beat quality of lloiiery nt
. . , " ? ' Doom Brj. &
Queensware and Glassware very cheap
at Doom Bro Co's
Doti's Washing Machines and Wring
ers for sale by Doom Bao & Co.
If you want anything from a cambric
nf edie up to' a threshing machine, or a
baby's stocking to a p-iir of boots take
our advice and go to ' .
Doom Bro. A, Co.
Breaking and Stirring Piow, Walking
Cultivators, Broad Cast Sued ...Sower,
Reaper, IJlowers, CThfeshrug ''Machines
aud .all kinds pf Agricultural implements
for sale by i . . Doom Bro.cc.Co.
J"':!r,':' f ARME. k ;
If you waptj to save money,tim,labor
-and' expense,, go and give your order to
Do m Bro: Co, for one of Van Brunt's
Broad. Cast Seed S-Jwer and. Cultivator,
so -that yn can get it in tho epring with
ontr faiL; Th"r are warranted to give cn
tire' satisfaction. Also give them your
order for the Celebrated Wier Walking
Cultivator. ; .
Plattsmoutli Lodge TSo- 6, A- F. &
RvrM!:trcommmicationJ 1st and 3J Holidays of eicb
month, t 1 2 o'clock, p. m.
K. H. LIVISG3TOK, W 31.
G. C. BETTS, Strc.
St. Luke's Parish. Vestry.
RtgaUr meetine flrt TaelT of eery month,
at T p. ni., tthe oflli-e of D II Wheeler.
. Rev. Gt(. C. BKTTS.
D W U'hielik, Clerk. Chairman.
Nebraska Chapter No. 3, R A. 21.
I.'ecal.r coovoratioas 2d and 4. a Tuti,dy of
m h uiouth, at 6 12 o'clock p m.
O. C. BKTTS, Sec. ,
I. 0-0- F.
nenar meein(fj of Platte Lmttre, Ns. T, 1. O. ).
F. every Salni lj eveulns; at 7'4 o'clock p. m
llrnthTs ootber Lodges nre ltjTile t to viiit tl.ii
LHvt'rdr of M. McEXWAlV, K.G.
r.' 31. OORRIXftTOf ,P.ee. Sec'y.
S-9-3TAROK llf:r. LODGKNo S,Mt. Klpact
holds reutar awtUDga every batarday erenlns.
: J. II. Ba.rt, W.U. T.
MH 6a"RAH POI?EL. W. 8..
S. A DAVIS, Lodge Deputy.
rW-EXCELSlOR DB REE LODUh. No t. Platti-
mouth. hold regular meetinss on the third Wednea-
rtay evenin?of each montn.
Bro J. Bll.-Ltl OAr,)E3, W U 1.
Bro. W. L. rLU, W D 8
Sister KoA Davis, W DVT.
Improved Farm nntl Tim-
wcr f or aie. -
The firm 1 afint20-Sllle wes: from Plattf munth.
mi e Vft of Hoover's, oa the S'ajre Koad 6'
arrra has been in cultivation a loc tiooie open it.
an t plenty "f flock water; it is S w qr -ee 27. t 1-,
u il lijii acres; and connecieu wi n ir is I.oi i aca
K qr of S ? tr tec 20, raaie T aid K. (timbir)
90 and 0-ltU) cr, makinir ail 80 10') KCies.
Also the N w qrof N w qr of 6e 24. T 7U. K 44. in
MmIs comity. !. I'ue ettrom I'lattsniontu. ana
1 mile from the river. , (heavy timlier.) Ki.r terms
ina2tf. ijienwooa. lowa.
Parmele &. Kershaw,
LU.v BER, iHIHGLES,
I.ATI1. TIMBER &c ,
Pluttsmouth, ' - - Neb
C. 11. PARMEI.E,
W. tEHaU AW,
August 7ta, 1S6.
GlcmTocd. .Hills Co.. Iowa.
REV. HENRY BAYUES. A. M.
asi!eJ ty Competent InstroctorH.
Glenwood ia drlighcrully locaLcd. heallhfdl. moral
nd.i.Tiif um bv nublie emveyance l'asen-
(!en ov.r the C B k. M. Joe K li. iOi it Pac 1c
tliiv. and tseneo - tak.ea by 8ta'. three ni !--. to
Kroro i to $50 tvr T.rm. Peril admitted a'iny
time. Loaid. In 3 50 par wi-rk.
Winter Term l-gia. Kovtulier 10 h ; Sr nj term
Fehrury tib ; Sunimi-r le'in May 4'l.
lor further parl.cuiar ad 'tetb the President.
A farm consisting of arrt- 100 acr.iundor
ru t.T tion witli all i ece ary out buiiil:ni;a. 2
dwelliaea; a Kod well of mr. Ti err t 4 ace
of walnut crt.vs, and . an orct ai d ci nsUiinn i f ao-
pV, jwaclna, cherries, iwljrri, raapOTri , a.
e'lrraiit and EianeH. .Said mol is uaaied 6 1
railm from Ki.auiBouth. oa b Li-co City trade
Koad. Also 5s acre of titaher. For fu'thar panic
o'ar inquire on the pietuisenof A C and 11 C Ma
ken; or W Faitoem, in FlatUa sib. ,
No. 16 m 3
. ran tA-: on tisauu!
4 i'OiJ (uiiia!uliitf six r-iiioa. a C O' I
. V trl.a i ci.Um, a well, jlal.te o -vlie.l
mil birji rt'ilonttie lot, situate on fh c.ri r
Seventh and I.ocnt ilrreta ; al-o a two siorv brlrk
ni (tinif, 2s"0, with ;wo l U, tiiaaie on Fifth atneet
to r l of aa. 1 Be Above property will be aold
rbean on-sh. or tradvd for aa improved farm in
Cxx cautii f . . f . r
or pai-ti"nlar apply on the premise.
All pe.-aon imlebte-i to me are req ieated toeaU
and e tl immediately, aa I mail ai d will have
the ettled fc.lbwitru I ' !
- Kovltftf. GEO. BOKCK.
a. r. jorixso??.
rCGISK B. tKWIS.
0. P. JOHiH- i r (JO..
(oppo;it Clark & Flummer,)
UK ale as IX
Sec, &.c, Sec.
Prpcrh'ions car. fu'.ly cojopounded by an expe
rienced Dru(tgi.-t. ,auE6 nls.
SHANNON'S : -
Feed, Sale and Livery
Main St., - - Plattsmouth.
I am prepared to ac;cnimo0aie the public wtt
Horses, Carriages aiid Buggies,
.'-' .1 T
. Also, a tiice nearse, -
On short notice and reasonable terms. A Hack will
run to steamboat landing, and to ail parts of the
city when desired.
Wm. V. Irish, Proprietor.
Corner of- JIain and Third Sired,
, riatNiiiou.il, PVeb
oard by the day or week. Charfa
S'aceit le.tve tin. Ilnuae daily for
North, Booth, East and West.
WOOfaWOKTH & O.,
SALYT JOSEPH, UO.,
SEWING MACHINE AG'T
l' L A TTSMOUTII, XEBRA SLA.
i pi d assiiftraent of mnchinea and machine Bod.
kej t on hand. 3oaire at Stadelinaun's
ittufc Store. Uec. 4 '07 t
Mach'tts re-pa led on short not ce.
. EEED, BEARD SLEY & CO, .
Seal Estate Agents ,
WKEl'IXG WATEIZ, ZEEEKSKA.
I. mis hmirliL. manBiel and fold, Valuable Tim
ier Land for aile. TnH.i paid for Kon-residenta
Col ei lions romptly attended to.
uiarcn u icoc.
' BT '
Mrs. M. tSeman
In the rear of City Bakery.
Faucy articJcs washed and done up in the neatest
style. Satisfaction aiiaraoteed
Flat mouih, Nebraska. J uae aota nizu.
HUES O-KEII. ia bit authorised Aient for the
collection of all aceounta one the undersigned for
medical services; hi receipt will be valia tor me
n.iTiufiil of any monies on said -connt-
AilK'.t !, 130 . xw. IV. nil ii,ujiuii,
AGENTS WANTED FOR
IN THE BIRLE,
BY REV. DANIEL MARCH. D-D-
For full. free, fl.iwins. clear, smiklintf, pure and
prac-fnl stylo; lor poetic frmuis , lor neauty or
IhouKht at,J ricn jlowmn lm .inanuu , .or ni
nlvis of character. eraDhic delineationa and rie
fcholarahip : for life-liko pictures, glowing woras
and happy illustrations, tuts won oai q.
Sueh eommndatioti. aa ttie above, ha, been te-
ceived from Bishop Simpson, Rev Albert B.raes.
Noah Porter. I. D.. I.L U , w. . Btearna. u. i.,
Geo. Jana Biardman. D. D.. I . W. Wiley, D. U.,
t-aroool W. Fiihsr. D. !., i.f .l , an.l leading Uler
Kv men and (Be Frees ul all Uewimtnatlona. bena
for Circulars containine the same. Airents are
everywhere meeting with unpara Med success. H
is a most beautifully illujtra ea auu elegantly oouno
hook, and rleaea everybody.
CjmmissionSy $100 to $200 per month,
according to ability and enerT. ' Address .' '
Philadelphia, P.J., Cincinnati, O , VhicoQO, 1:1.,
Administrator's S ai I e of
Ileal Estate 4
In pursuance of an order of Ja n fleo. B. take.
JuIk of the 2 I Judicial District of the Male of f
bra-ka. in and for Cass eouatT. aside n the 5th
day of D.tember, I will offer tale at public
auctiou oo. -. .. v . . . .
Frdau.the 8 th day Jannaiy. 1869,
between the hur 9 o'clock a m and tbe seUnj, of
the run the sale to held open for bids from 1 o clock
n m t. 9 it 'clock n m at the Court Nouse do r in
i'ia'tmi'Utn. Cas county. Nebniea, the followiag
de.c i bed real estate, situate in the caunty ot t.as,
n,l state of Nebraska, to-wit; teta eleven (11) am
twelve (1 is Mock No forty-six (4?itn Flartsmouth
Cass eoiin'v. S'-b , also the nndivided one-half off
of the siuth side of sotbast quarter of northwest
nuarter.and ifco undivited one hall ofl ol so itn aid
f northeat qua rter of north est qnarter of section
So thirteen (1H; io township 'o tsreive (12) north of
range No thirteen (13), east or aixtn r. M.
Xnruis of BAie. easU
Jacob vallert, jr.,
Adm'r of the eatate of Peter A. barpy, decH
Dr- J. S. xlIcADOW,
WYOMING. - - NEBRASKA
"fiers his pr Jlesidoaal aSTTioaa to Ute people
J tbe towa and sanrmnJtDgccJDtry.. (aa,'6'"S
wm. i a a i.uimx ,
One door wesl of Dontlans Drvg-store
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
, UATS.APS. BOOTS. SUOES,
and a general stock of
Korllie Plaius; also, a Urge lot of '
R UBBER CL O TIIUfG, R E VOL V
1 ERS AW JYOTIOJCS.
We bought low and will sell cheap for aab. Cal
and exsuuueour stock ae fore you buy any where elsel
- jyi 'bo , , - Wm. 8 TAir.LM A CO
THOMAS W. BHSY0CK,
ASD DEALER IX ALL KISDS Of
Furniture and Chairs.
TBIKD STREET, (Near Main,)
PLA TTSMO UTI1, NEBRASKA.
ReparinK and VarnlKhioB neat'.v done.
Funerals attended at the 6hor:et notice.
GREAT . ffilTilMII!
II E IS It ITI A IV HEROLD
Having bourht out the entire flock of Qood-5 from
u. U. ilurold, is reailv to offer
GREA T IjYD UCEJUEJVTS
Ishalls!lGoodsC WER TUAlf TUB LOWES7,
forCafh, -Vheat, Corn, Hid. s, lrs or any kind- ol
My Stock Consists of .
GROCERIES , DRY GOODS
BOOTS. SHOES, CLOTIIXG,
JIATS and CAPS, POCKET
Please pive me a call at my new brick building near
tho u. js.lf hurcn, norm siaerr main street.
W. D. GAGE. W. R. DAVIS.
BOOTS and SHOES,
Main Street two doors ' above Fourth ,
Where the public may find
THE BEST OF. GOODS,
and urices as low as can be faund In tbe city.
We return flunks for the liberal patronace wr
have received, andhope to merit its continuance.
Oci.3,'e7 .' CAGE ft DAVIS.
I am now receiving my
ALL A IS D W I N T i v R
STOCK OF GOODS,
and desite to ei'l special attentU n to the 'Fame, an
tolicit a careful examination of tbe
00DS AND PRICES
efore purchasing cl.ewhere, as Lain determined to
KEEP MY STOCK
L' " so large and ... -
and the prices
ao low aa (o tuak? it the Interest cf every
ARMER AND MECHANIC
to call auj either
BUV OR POST THEMSELVES
PlaUsrnoulh, Oct. 1, 1S6 tf.
Ami for sale at low figured, .
10 t'ti COFFEE, '" 6 bbla SUGAR,
5 lilt DR Y ATPLES, S Mi DRY PEACHES,
l(C , Ac. Also, a large assortment of
LATH, SHfXGL ES, DOORS, WINDOW SASH,
W1SDO W JLIADS, GLASS. VEXEXT.
PLASTER PARIS. HAIR, COAL OIL, Etc
250 bushels, to which we invite the attention of
Diacksinitbs and others an to quar.tv an J price. v
are Agents for the COOD1N COAL to A N hi, at Lex
ington, and propose to furnish all tha Coal this
country want at prices to suit. Also a large tck of
Rye, Bourbon and Star Whisky.
Cherrjr, Raspberry, Blackberry and Ginger Brandy.
Ca'il and see ns.
, felMPSOS, MI OREL-WAIT t CO. .
je d wtf
D. B. McMechan,
IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
ROCK ISLAND PLOWS,
Cultivators, sulky and alkin,
A Large Variety on Ilad.
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes,
a large stock now oa tALtl at am all advance on
106 Muin Street, - . Nebraska Cifr,,
(Opposite the Seymoar Hons) .
UAVlLfltV.il. Mi'B M. II .
. LEAVHT At II V1E ,
Real Estate Office,
A H D-
1.1 N COL J, KB.,
Cad man Huu.-v.
Ooveratnent I.an.I selected from p.tsonal tun
iaaiioa. free Hotnesteada eieerS. tt.rv l r " e
cured. Lands in second hand MiU in.l'r. ,u Imaus
KMiel.taudsoid. T.lles examir.e.1, i.d Corvi vti srs
KKFnrNcrg: John C. Turner, lata Pnf r, a c
CRK; Lee County Nation ai Itaj.k, Dlxr.n, lit. ;
Robert Harris, Fupt C B at Q K K ; any Banker in
Whiteside county, flf ; K-giater and Receiver of
Land Office, Nebraska City. . -, - ,,
DB, HI- U. iH'CIsUSKY,
Will be at Dr-. LIvinsstoD'k Oflea !uiina the Ut
week in each nioith . Al ouieral.fi iu.ilei...i.
otlW-e will prompt. y attended to. - '
: AND . .
Ho! for Salt Creek, where you can kill two Mrrta
with one stone, set your Gra'n Uronnd . r.H vn,.i
Carded ai the same time; the machinery f,,r both ia
in perfect order. We use the Patent Machine Cards,
which were run enouih last vrar tn ..t.i.ii.i, .1.1.
auperlorityovertbeoldklBd.as all who naed them
can testify. The superior!!, of Mr. S. Twisa as a
Carder Is well know n, and hlsserviee.sre still le
tained for tbe benefit of the Dnliii. wni, .. -i
advantages we Hatter ourselves that we can make it
to the advantage of all wbo want work in onr Una
to come this way. D. PEAK. Proprietor.
CO FF I.'HSr s
Cabinet - Work !
Having: enlarged hU fhop nd alrs. rooms weu4
rei-pect rully remind the people. in this irii iiy that
be can furaish them with the vers best Fnruiinre.
Chairs, or other Cabinet-work, at the nioM reason
able rates. I shall ke-p constantly on hand a larre
assortment of Eastern M ori, and am also t reparcd
to manufacture anything in my line on short notice.
A large assortment of Eeady-niade Ccflias kept at
al! times. Call and examine my stock and rie
JelOddwtf . , U. BOECK.
W. J. Hortoii k Co,
( Weeping Water, New Store,)
Dealers in .
DRY GOODS, . GROCERIES.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
Keep on hand, and are selling cheap, a well aeiret.j
assortment of foods suitable for av farmina ran
nafi'y. ... marlDtf
NEAV AlkRATSGE M ENTS
PRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
And everything oeaded by tha
FARM ER s MECHANIC.
Having purchased the entire stock feortfs belong
ing to Win Herold. I am re-fitting the store rpcra.ia
co d style, and propose to sell gtods at tbe old sisc.l
on the mobt reasonable lurmi.
BRIDE AKD BRIDEGROOM. - "
Kssavs for Young Men on the Interesting r!a -
t ion of llrideproom to Ilride In the institution of
Marriage, a Guide to matrimonial felicity and true
happiness, bent by mail in sealed letter envelopes
free of charge Address, HoWiBD ASSOCIATION, box
P, Philalw.lphia, fa..
B. Spthlock, E. Baxter Wisihm
Co. Clerk and Recorder; Dept'y Clerk it Kee'r.
Spurlock & Windham,
PLATTSXOCTU, SEBRASKA. 1
FRONT ROOMS OF COCRT-HOUSE,
Clerk and Treasurer's Office.'
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Titles Examined, and
: Coiireyaiiccs ITlade,
Taxes paid and rtceipts t forvenrde
- l- ' promptly. ' .
PUUsmouth, Juno 18JS68 all.
Weeping Water Mills.
Farmers, go where you can get ilid
best Flour and the most of it.
ii lit of X X X FLOUIt awt li Hj BRAS
gircn Ui exchange for ,-oo4 Whaat. r
TV a are also doin irriat wort; and.'wfth onr n.
r ressed facililie., feci asKured that we can gHsiuc
oegi and the most Dour or any mm in the Male.
r Satisfaction Guaranteed.'
PRODUCE BOUGHT AXD SOLD.
HIGHEST MARKET TRICE PAID.
REED &. CLINTON. "
March 26th, I6S3.
G 11. McCAIaLTJM,
' Manaf.ctnrerof and dealer tm -
Saddles and HaiiK -,;
Of every deecription, wholesale and retail, I'. :Si!
Main strict, b;te.'e.5lh and fltb streets, Nbrrln
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