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She gArasfca gcvatil
r- ii.nnn artivaa in mo en?
Head State news to be found on second
Wanted, Agents Male or Female.
See Foot & Clark' advertisement.
r-mher that O. F. Johnson Co,
- . . - i
The Borf Bcsikess. Bat few persons
have any proper comprehension of how
TRSt is the book business in this country.
Take on? "item," for instance a illua
triwtiTc: Matthew Hale Smith's 4Sc:-
9HINE AND SUADOW IS IEW YoRS,' which
is the exciting work of the Jay, has al
ready reached tho enorrmuj ale of 25,
000 copies within tbift j d iji. T,h pub
lishers (J. P. Burr & Co., of Hartford,
D R.Y G OO DS ,i QR O G E R I E S ,
Farming I Hiplcmcfii tx,
cnBNin 3d a it d mmn its.,
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
All parties who ordered tl Van Brunt
Broid Cast Seed Sower and Cultivator,
Conn ) use twi tons of paper a day and to be delivered by Feb. 1st, I860, are
haTS all styles of Valentin's.
We refer out1 readers to an artie'e on
Kraska. in another column, written by
The bill introduce.! in our legislature
Joins away with the .doath penalty was
defeated by a fair majority
See advertisement of "The Life and
F.niatlcs of St. Paul," in another col-
If you want to Ret a pretty Valentine
a;a to 0. F. Johnson & s wi
A whito and black checked shawl was
i-ft at tho ilCRAt.D ofSco about a month
nviK owner can pet by callicjr
div, " ....... -"
Knma unmitizated scoundrel stole the
neck-voke and double tree off Dell John
son's wagon The hand of justice is
reaching for the villain.
We learn from tho Nebraska City
Chronicle, that D. J. McCann, Esq., i
about to erect a now bnnkinjr house on a
lot recently purchased by him.
Rochester, NewYork Gred fifty two
guns in honor of the election of Mr. Fen
ton, ex-Governor of New York, to the
United States Senate for the next ensu
ing six years. ..
L. F. Johnson will give his first lesson
in Vocal Music in the basement of St.
Luke's Church, on Monday evening next,
February 8ih All are invited to attend
the irst nigh(, as the lesson is free.
If you want to perpetrate a "soak,"
. " r r T.-.V.-in Ct.. find zet a
r. in w. h. ii ,i 1 1 j , i!
run six large roller presses constantly to
supply the current demand. This is do
ing a wholesale business with one biok
alone. This is a large work too, it must
be remembered, between seven and eight
hundred pages royal ocUvo; and yet it Is
said to rival in rapidity of sale "Uncle
Tom's Caein" of old. Think of the count
lessness of the small ones published.
Surely ours is a reading country. . . ,
Bi sure and buy your Valentines of O.
F. Johnson &. Co. . . wl.
not-fied that they are ready for delivery
by Domf Bro & Co. Agents
' If any one wants to buy goods very
low for the next thirty day, we say go
to , ' , ' - Dook Bro k Co.
Thfl farmers of Cass and adjoining
counties should go to Dooms' and look
at their Plows, Seeder?, Cornplanters,
and other farm .Implements. Ihey are
determined to keep the best, and they
warrent every Implement they sell.
FOll SAIE OSt TRADE!
. i- i I .!: -a. containing si rnrm . BooU
rH r, aw! m'.' n, well, stable, woaj shei
Nid b r-vv "bed on tl.- lot, PtlnUe on tbe C irrer f
Vvi"V.ti and L-x u-it . treeU ; l-o. a twotfry brick
ui.di irf', S30. with two lots, ti:a:it on Kifch strert
r h of ,:iu. Tbt nWr) property will b" "!
iira.no' -.-!. or traded for an iisr-r ive4 f.irm in
r parli-alarstppiy on the premjse.
All ptnom ln.Vlite l to me are req'Wetl to rail
ind -i:- ir-iimdu'viy, as i muju-ii m i one
m n ed forth i:u. . . . .
S-vlSl'. . , .Ui-U. BUi.t-iw
O. F. -'OHXSON-.
JjECGEXK B. LI WIS.
If you want to 'uy
A Grande Tour Plow
A St. Louis Industrial Plow
A-Dixon, Tod 1 & Dement Plow or
A Skinner & Bri-gi P.ow
Doom Bro. Jo Co.
Cita:n Miles Stasdish. Captain E
B Murphy, who has spent a considerable
portion of his life on the frontier, will
stars in the spring from NfbraHka City,
with a military colony, numbering about
one hundred h irdy, resolute men, for
one of 'he fertile valleys on the Republi
can. Everything will be provided to
make a permanent settlement and to se
euro them from the attacks of Indiana.
l" .. . Inininir I ho nnrtv n II t s him
elfunJer the conProl of thin resolute Wier'a Wnlkinz Cultivator is undoubt
and esperiinceJ officer. To these pio- e(j, C(Jt corn pow now made. It
neers and iheir galUnt and heroic lead ' d , pretnium 0Ter
er we sav, od speed. It was by such receitea me .
courage "that the name cf Mdes Standish all others at the St. Louis Fair in 1855.
has become a gem in poetry and a land rjoom Bro. & Co. have just received, a
(oppof ite Clark St Plummer.)
50 Breaking Plows received and for
sale by Doon uao. & u .
lare lot of thera. F.verj farmer ouht
to hate ot.e.
Vn refer our readers to an arucie
tho first page, headed "From the tar
West," tak-n from Brick Pomoroy's
Democrat. It spcaki v-ry highly of our
Curiahing citv and its surrounding coun
try, also of Cap. Murrhy's Colnny
scheme. It is worth saving.
One ol " our skatist, got n little ton,
noar tbe edge of an air hole orposite
J I 1 tl,n.,-r'i Villt Pse.aT?d
our CUV, anu nr.ic miv.",, , --t
Vith n good during. We advise
r-;n.Vi t,i kre.- a sharp look
for artificial air-hole.
We learn that that the B. & M- B B.
Company reject the prop-";tion of our
C)unty Coinmsior.ors, and express a
.lesire to run the rond where they please.
Mr llochstetter ha asked them for a
prop Jsition. Xe'naik V.ily Pe s
Tho above indicates which way the
mark of history. Xt,npar.H.
Th? local of the above paper is labor
ing under a mistake. The Colony start?
from this point instead of Nebraska City.
We learn from the Gienwood Opinion
that a few days ago a most dastardly
outrage was committed at Pacific City
upon tho prson of Wm. Mover, one of
tho editors of the Chicago Stanlz Zeiluig
an ir.Guential German paper. Mr. Mey
er was proceeding quietly along, attend
ing to his own bminess, and molesting
no on?, when, in revenge for some fan
tied slight or insult, he was set upon by
two or three ruffians, employes of the
Western Stage Company, knocked down, Aij persons indebted to us will please
kicked, and qu:te severely injured. He can nnd settle the same immediately, as
was on his way from Pacific City to s tf'l0se up our accounts,
Plattsraouth, nnd was just in the act of Daoii Bro. fc Co.
entering the Plattsmouth s'age when he
was nttacked. Beturning immediately DOOII IlftO & CO
to Gienwood, ho entered complaint naTe just received a large 1-H of Blue
ags:nst tbe parties, and one was nrreci- River fiiur, ana warrnn.eu to ivu amo
DOOM liKO &, CO
Are selling off tbeir Stock Ooods ver7
cheap for cash to make room for new
Ooods in the sfring.
"UOOM BltO J CO
Have the Van Brunt Sower on hand now
ready for sale.
DOOM ISHO. & CO.
Are' agents for Cornells celebrated gang
plow.'also, for the Indistrial Plow Co.
of St. Louis.
el, but after an examination, released,
ns the evidence failed To implicate him.
Th two who were most active ia the af
fV.ir have not been found as vet. The
injured gentleman ha commenced suit
ngkinst thd Western Stao Company
for $3,0.K) d images, and will, we unJer
stand, push his ciaim to the fuil extent
of the law.
faction or money
refu ided. Try a sack
FA SOI Eleg
it vuu want to save money,time,labor
and expense, go and give your order to
Do:m Bro. Co. for oocrof Van Brunt's
Broad Cast Seed Sower and Cultivator,
so that you can get it in tho spring with
out fail. They are warranted to give en
tire satisfaction. Also give them your
order for the Celebrated Wier Walking
have a large stock
O. F. Johnicn &. Co
We bare before us a speech cf Hon.
t.k a i.oin. en the Civil Service Bill.
This bill provides for a life tenure of al1
civil officers of the Government. The
Genera! as well as all true lovers of n
froc Government should regards it as a
retrogade movement toward monarchy,
nnd advances bora strong arguments
gainst the bill.
Attrntion, Cood Tfhtlaks Our (1.
W. Seo., wi.l bo with us on next Tues
. ... ;r.t iui.l It i hored a full attend
ance of memhers wih he hid Turn out
Members of Sister Lodges in the county
ere cordially invited to meet with us.
E. B. Lxwis, W. B. S.
V resident ef Burlington, Iowa, having
hid sanded sugar sold him, inserted in
the papers the following: "Notice-1
bought of a prooer in this village a quan
tity'of sugar, from which I obtained one
pound ofaaal. If tho rass il who cheat
ed mo will send to my address seven
pounds of good sugar. I will be ati.Sed,
if not, I shall expose him." It is stated
thit on the following d.y nine seven
pound packages of sugar were left at his
residence fiom as many different dea'cr.
each supposing himself the one intenu
Call at O. F. Johnnon &. Co's., and ex
Uityard Taylor on Xebiaska.
The following extract is taken from a
description of tin State of Nebraska, by Cultivator.
It icurd Tavlor. who is rrobablv one of .:
t!-., t-rp.itest livin? travelers, and who About five years ago Mr. Thos. Thorn
r.ent tbe summer tf 18G0 between the as, of this county, picked a few kernels
v:nn,i rivr and the Rookv Moun- of wheat from some canary seed in liUck
t;,;ns: & Butterys store, and concluded to try
"The country is one of the most beau the experimeut of cnltivatiog them. The
tiful I ever looked upon. A little more rst year tho crop was destroyed by ver-
sandv, perhaps, than Kansas, but equally m-in exc?pt a few stocks from wincn ne
fc-rtil'e; it presents the same general fea 90 sr!las. tho product of these
tvtres I ann more than ever sirucK wun h u i,
tho real difference between this rrgi n 90 grains, up to this year, is 42 bushels,
and th tt to tho east of the Mississippi notviiths'anding the grasshoppers done
Here, without any bold or prominent I eer;CpU3 damage to it during the past two
forms, there is none A the wear some Thom!l, thlnk9 from what
Don't jotl tray the Wier, Deer or irny
other Cultivator until you go to Forg)"
shep nnd examine E Newlon'sCelebra
ted Patent Walking Cultivator. It is the
champion. C. K Forgy is manufuctur
irg them, r.nd is mtkin the shove.-s oirt
of the best refined cat steel, and the
wood work of the beat timber th it cm
be bad. This Plow is victorious where
evsr exhibited with others. This Plow
took the premium over the Wier Plow in
his own county bee testimonials.
This m to eertify that I attended the
Iowa State tair, ad ray Irnp i F 1051 V0 Y ?r
ed'cultivator was examined and found to Jt , JUllilijUll W
be one of two of the best out ol some
thirty different Cultivators. Premiums
withheld. Ee. Newlon.
lllmoi. Sta'e Fair, Qumcij, HcpUnnbe',
13o3 Newloi.'s Cu tiva'or was examin
ed and found to bo one of four of the
best on the ground. Premium withheld.
J BipeH, Agnt
Pirk'aicay county. Ohio, S-p., 1863.
Newlon's Cultivator was awarded . the
first premium over all others.
Orid Lutrey Agent.
I ertifv that mv Cultivator was award
ed the first premium in Warren county,
Illinois, over all otners in jooo
(Take notice, tnis is 10 wiet a
Wier'a I-low was at an 01 ium nu,
except in Ohio, and I beat him every
Levi Todl,Eq., Mt. P'easant precinct, v
ra .n.intT. Neh . is theonlvinan tn Biauunuuiii
has ever used this plow in ISebrasKa, ex
cept some of his neighbors, and nfter
trivirxr it a thorouzh trial with several
r f . ... . . ,rr- T" i - :
other Plows, including tne ier now, is
ueciil'aly in mvor 01
proved Champion Cultivator.
I attended a match at Col. Hutch'son's
Thfre. were Ij different Cultivators pros
ent. Erery plow in the match had either
diamond or twistea snoveis, except. mine
1 was one out of five of the best la. Pre
mium withheld. KdNkwlon.
Cheuua .Newlon's Plow Victonus
over all others, nt a plowing march here.
Kingman k Co.; Agents
iorth Henderson, 111. Sewlon's Plow
victorious over all ethers at a plowing
m.otnh hpre- J. C MESSENGER
This is to certify that I attended the
State Fair of Nebraska, with T. Newlon's
I ninrnv Pit Pnltirator. and it was loun l
to be one of the best of.two out of sven
Premium withheld. C. E. Forgy.
Beasons why you should buy of For
t'. , 1 f ,U. l,jf nail
1st ine siioveis are ui
steel, which no other shovel Plow can
boast (Oiccessiuiiy. -2d.
My Plow is easier handled.,
Sri. It is much liehter on vour team.
4th. Thev aro made at home and the
money vou pay for the plow stays here;
and you can get it in the fall with the
corn vou raise.
rah. if T-rmr nlow breaks, vou now
where to en with it. If vou break a cast
ing in an Eastern made plow, you have
to lay out of the use of it until you can
pnil East nnd tret a new one.
6th. The Plow is nicely arranged to
raise or lower, to suit high or low corn
A. I'M. Thev are tne nest in u?9.
th. They are ail warranieu i
the best of satisfaction after three days
Send in your orders early.
January 23 m3.
One door vest of Donelan' Drvg-slore,
1 : Dealer ic
Re dy-2! da Clothing,
iGENTS' FURNISHING (iUUUS,
HATS, Ars. BOOTS. SHOES.
od grteral itock of ,'
' OtfTIITTINO - GOODS
For the Plain;; also, a large lot of
R UPBER CLOTHI.va: REVOLV
ERS J1XD JfOTIO.YS.
We bnueht low and ril! sell cheap for cash. CuK
and exammcoar totk before jou buy but where elsel
jyt 'C(i Wm. ST ADELM Art & LU.
oaviuLLTiT'i. 1 ii . 11. nvei .
LEAVITT & HYDE,
Re al EstateVOffid
Io tricsiea d Directo rys
Gover.inient T.anda selri-ted from pcrscaal xan
icanoa. Kiee llomrtttadi fi-lectil. .-xirrrd an. I
cured. I.ar1 in H'ooiirt hand unit it proved faim
to;ititardso!3. T.tles f'smlned, t. Corjej-nnf 1
nirdt-. . ,
Kkfetienck? ' Juhn i;. Turner, late Pres (5 k. O
V R R ; Lee Countr National Eai.k, ftiron, III. ;
Hob' rl IUrri?, iupt C Bk Q R 1; At y Banker ia
Whitrtiile count?. III. ; Register aol Jiieeiver of
L.iu.l OlBce. Nebrta City. ill :
FURNITURE! DR- 11 MctTOmr,
Drugs, Medicines I
33 c 03Es-S3
II Allt OILS,
THOMAS W. SHRYOCK,
AXD DEALER .V ALL KIXDS OT
Furniture and Chairs.
THIliD STTtKET, (N'ear Main,)
PLA TTSMO UTII, NEBRASKA.
Reuarinic and Varoi-hinff neatly done.
Xy Kuneral attended at the shortcs-t notice.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
IN TI5E itlBIVE,
BY REV- DANIEL MARCH.
For full, free, iflowinif. .
graceful style; for (oet g-niu-ihoupiit
and rich glow K lm ir'u
analysi cf character, ra '140 deiti e
cliolarship : for lite-Ultfl i. c'urea.
pre-crtp'tonscarjfullycoapcunded by "P41
lug, pure and
or beauty f
ion ; for -
iona and rip.
low i ui; v .id-
and hi.py illnntrationa, t iia wink I a no equ .1.
Saeh conimfndatiucs. las the nbov has bee i le
eeifed from Iish'p Simp m, Rtr bert E.i roe
Noali Porter, D. U , LL.D . W. A. ' trarna. 1 u ,
Geo. Pana Bar.lman, D. D.. I W Wiley, D l ,
rimuel W. Ki-her. l. I., ti D., and leading C
Rvmen and the Press of a. I Denon tu. liou. fi id
for Circiilars cnnlalnin ; the eume AfreM-t are
trerywhere meeting w. tli unpamli-d gatces. H
I- a moHt beaiiti fully illut-ra ed and e:cgantly bouni
book, and rleasea eerjb tv.
Commission?, $100 to $200 per month,
according to M:i!y m d'enertrv. Ad.lr-
13 E N 'X1 I S TV
Will be at Dr. T.I ictKton'a Office tfariar le lait
week in each month Al order It ft lu tbe oit
ofliee will promptly ..nt ded to.
Ho! for Silt Creek, where jotJCHn kill two l irrU
witii one stone, get your Cra n Ground and Wool
Carded at the same tinir; the rnatblnery for bolhia
tn perfect orer. We n e the Patent Machine Card),
which were run enoogh lat year to establish their
uerioriiy over t he ol J ! ki nd, as all who uftd then
ran testify. The snperioritr of Mr. P. Talss at a
Carder is Well know n, and hifSerTlci-n re (till l e -talned
for I lie benefit of tbe public. With thekbev .
advantages we flatter ourelvenlliat we tun make it
to the adva-tatre of all who want work la our lint
to come this way. . D. DEAN . J'roprirtor.
dijis b. TWIda, Carder.
rprtri r.filfi and Jjivsi v wiwri;.M, paj'iSas, Um a,
i Uotlj k-CXV -i-s w w j I j L,,K,t jr0. de linSlmoti.
TRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
NOTICE ! ! NOTICE I ! hardware, queens wARii
T m rfer.r.reU to ac:oE.modate t!.e pnllic wtt
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,!
Abo, a nice Hearse,
On short nli3 and reiisonable tm.
run tn Meamboat lacuict-, r
city when deKired. rhiXXOS.
Wm. W. Irish, Troprietor.
. mt 1 C'J J
Corner of Maui ana i nira irm.
csrd by the day or week. Charge. .
Qin Ihuva t b , Il'iue uaiiy .
Vurlh, Souto, batacd Wefi
haJ with thin new
Errors of Yuutlt.
A Gcn'leran wh- suff.red f.-ryear from Nervoua
anl all the effects of
youthful indiscrelion will, f r the saieof suff ning
hnmanitT. aend free to a!l who need it, th-' recq e
and Jirectbins for making tin simple r'm-dy by
which he was cured. S itfjro.-s wish n to profit by
the adver Uer'sexpjrl ire can doio by addressing.
in p rfect confident. JOHN II. OGDj.N.
Jan7vl. Ko. 42 Cedar Urmt, Sew-York.
WOOLWORTEI & 0O.,
SAWT JOSEPH, JUO.,
REED, BEAF.DSLEY & CO,
Real Estats iigents
WKSriXQ WATER, AEBRA.SKA.
r , n.ij i...i.,.bt munsired and sold. Yalunble Tim
wI aihI (rs,ir. Tax, a pii'l fr on icsij ni
Co'.K'itlons rotnptly attend, a to.
I am cow receiving my
PALL AND WINTER
STOCK. OF GOODS,
and desire to call special attention to the fame, an
so:.eit a carefnl examination of tho
GOODS AND PRICES
before purchasing el.ewhere, as I am determined to
KEEP IVJY STOCK
so large anj
and the prices
so lo'-r as to main it the interest of every
FARMER A N D M E C II A N I C
march 23 1S6?.
n.,nninmi nF lha r.:vi!rir tlH in UillVjiP. 1 J
1 1, j u r . v ... v. . .. j... j . . .
'suwJ ""0"V"t-' 7 .r. - . -v,... t .. Kr1
on swaaipy tructs; but nature riH3 given kind of wue:uwnicu,irom
tho sruoothnefs anil finish which else- of 0biaininc it he calls Cnnary Wheat)
where comes from Iocs cultivation. nnJ ahLat 50 bushels to the
in twenty years from now, both Kansas lu- ,,. It raak-
and Nebraska will nPrer to be oMer acre with a fair orP .rtumty. It mar.
than any other States west of the Alia- gDoJ flour, cf a yellowish cast.raists we.l
ghanies. arui makes as gooU biscuit as
NowIGnd it in the region between the . wheat flour. In order
two rivers, and from what I hear of the our D " , , ,,,,,
that tho Heed may ?e prcserveu, anu out
the Big and Little Bluss.the Ntmnhaund ers may have a chance to trj this wheat,
Loup Fork, I am satisfied that what I j,r xiutnas proposes, to dispose of a
have seen is the average oru.nary iypo . )ti;y at $3.00 per bushel.
of all cf the countrv. I consider Kan- emau 1 J .... .u...
ZL and Nebraska, wuh the western por Ue also has Snll q-.antity of thef.i
tiona of Iowa and Misuari, to be the moas 'Surprise umi, .
larsrest unbroken tract of splendid farm ra;3e 2 12 bunhel from Z quarts tne
firut season; nrd his ye ir 41 1 2 bushe.s
from the 2 t-2, notwitnstiindmg thev
were seriously damaged by grasshoppers
hoth eeasons, after they were headrd out
The Oats will be disposed of, in small
quantities, at $3 00 per bushel. Speci
mens of the Wheat nd Oats can be seen
bv calling on Mr. Thomas, or at tne her-
U V W a m
amine their large stock of Valentines
The Advltier, havins b'eu iet r?d to h ealth in a
'ew weeks, by a very ample remedf, aiwr nurin.
suffered several ye ars with a severe luug afTsrtior.,
and ihat d'ead disease. Consume ion is anxiou lo
make known to his fellow r-nfferi-rs the means
of cure- T all Vfho drsire it, lie will eend a uo;y
of tl.e prescription used (free of charge), with di
lections f..rpreprin and ntingtha same, which
they wi!I fii'l r o't"" Conuwptin. A-t't
mn. B'-onchitis, rj. Tha only obj-ct of the ailve'
tiser in sending the Prescript! .n is to ber.oat 1 he
aftiicted, aud spread informati m wh ca heconceive
k. inr.innhle. and he hone every -nffar;.- will try
hlsTemedy, as it will cost thm nothing, and may
prove a blessing. Parties wisMnir llu rrescnpi ou
will ploase address
Bkv. FD.VARD K. Wlli?().
165 South 6e?on4 street, Wl.liamabnrh, Kin zs
conoty. New-York U"' " 'vl-
Dr J. . JlcADOW.
WYOMING. - - NEBRASKA
to cull snd either
BUY OR POST THEMSELVES
t .'fore buyins elsewhere.
E. Q. DOVEV.
Plattsmoath, Oct. 1, 156s- tf. .
M'.-rshis professional aervicea to the people of I
inz land in the world "
may that tima be far distant,) by
Dooms' tell us that they wi'.l have to
order another oir load of Weir s Wait-
in Cultivator as tho one hundred tticy
received last week are nearly all engaged, "low, green curtain" of tho grave
Tint ?caks well for W cir's Hows, it
said they are the best Cultivators made
beyond a doubt.
At the Platto Valley Houvj, on January
30th, lSti9, by the Rev. C. D. Roberts,-
Mr. M. 11. ML'Ri'ii v, aoa Misa r ann:k u
Mitchell, all of this city.
Our friend Mcsrnv "n "sound"' in the
theories and practices of life, as the step I ALD office
above chronicled abundantly illustrates, 2oot gllop.
and we. welcome him into tha mystical y
circle of Benedicts proper. Yewisnnim .'',..,.,, havins just opened
and his fair bride joy, we wish them p . , sh sn0 ln ,his city, is
hanrinnsa dunlicated and re duplicated I ,i.-,rA,,a nf receivio? his share of public
and trust that the silvery beams of his paironasre. All kinds of new work done
. MhnTtPst notice. If TOti have anv
and Iks cbarmm- Onae'S noneymoon " ;.-;7'V: done.brie u .lonz. AH
mnv eontinua to shine until shut oat (and P i., i.Wn in erehanze at
. KiniiH ui LHWUU'." ------- -
market trice. Rernember the place, op
At Rock Bluffs, Cuss co Neb., on Friday
cveninj, Jan. 29th, 18G9, Susax CnEKKV,
a -red 73 vears.
Sister Cherry has been a consistant.
member of tbe M. E. Church for 29 years.
ck 7.J f-iriiri!l to earth with tho full
failed. Lpon inqairing among our b - -K.
lnlormca tuat tnero was usursuco m ..vo,u, ..v..
posite the Platte Valley House, and sec
ond story of torgy's now onop.
J U. W Ferrek.
P'.attBmouth, Oct. 15 tf.
thn t-jwn an I ciirroiin'iinj: country.
A firm en-listing o' 10) acres UK) I'M nndcr
.,,,.(...., will, all ,.rcK-kary out tin iidinua. Two
.i..iiin: a c,Hd Wfll of water Tl.ere is 4 acres
of nlr.iii irrove, aud an orchard cnnsisilnp f ap-
i.U uenchi s, c'.iernes. Htawni-rriCT, rapn- n
1, ',a ... A r.r.. .aid land is nituatrd ft 1-2
t"' "" - r . -. . , ..
mile from flaitsmouin, oo hic unco v.i,.,
i... i j,iiK(il limrter. roriunuwr i.t'.iv-
ular irqnire on tho p'emi- of A O and 11 U Ma-
en; or tairueia, in i wi"" '".
IKW MBIT MARKET!!
CORNER H iVM.Y STREETS,
Keep constantly on hacd the best of
All Kinds of Meats,
vhich they can furnieh their customers at the
SEST OF RATES FOR CAS II (
July 2d. 1S63 3m.
Having boupht oat the entire Ftock of Goods from
C. (1. HerolJ. i ready to offer
l8hal!sellGoo.HaJr7: TUA2T THE LOWEST,
for Cash, Wheat, Corn, Hid , Fan or any kind ot
My Stock Consists of
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS
BOOTS, shoes, ui.urm.yu,
HATS and CAPS, POCKET
CVTLEll Y, YANKEE
Plee plve me a call at my new brick building near
tbe M. E. Church, norm smerr Jinniirwi.
IRON. STEEL and NAILS,
ROCK ISLAND PLOWS,
COR A'. PLANTER S,
Cultivators, sulky and walking,
A Large Variety on Hand.
Spades, Shovels, IIoes3 Hakes,
A larpe tork now on hand at small advance on
10G Main Sreel, Nebraska Ciltj,
(Opposite the Seytrionr Home)
SIGN OF THE PAD-LOCK.
And everything needed by tha
FARM ER MECHANIC.
Ilavirj purchased the entire strck ofg9c3s t Moils;
ing to Wm HiTuld. 1 am re-fitting the etore room in
o style, and propose to eell gcods at the old ud
on the most reanonable terms.
mar6tf JAMS5 0'NFILL.
IRIDK AND BRIDEUKOOJI.
J Essays tor Younft Wen u the interet n(r rrla
tion of BrideKmotn to bride in the institution of
Marrig", a GuMe to tnairimocial felicity and true
happinca- Sent by mail 5n Bealcd letter envtlupesi
free of charge Address, Hgwabo Assocurioai, box
P, PlMial-elphia, Pa..
B. Spcrlock, H. Baxter Wujdiiam
Co. Clerk and Kecoruer, uept y ciers nes r.
Spurlock & Windham,
FROST ROOMS OF COURT-HOUSE,
Clerk and Treasurer's Ofiice.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD
Titles Exnminccl. and
Taxes paid and receipts forward
Plattsmouth, June IS, JS6!3 nil.
Weeping Water Mills,
Farmer?, go where ydu" can get lb
best Flour and the most of it. .
85 lbs of X X X FLO CR and 12 lit of BRA
giren In exchange for good Wheat.
AV are also doice i?rl-;'t vi'orkj and. vr!tn our in
creased facilities, fe"i aJKflrVd that we can. giva th
beat and the most flour of any mill in the btate.
Satisfaction Guaranteed :
PRODUCE UOVGHT AND SOLD.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID.
REED & CLINTON."
March 20lh. 1868.
a f.r,.-inr-s .Iokc. tVo this morning
...,;cl n. arpfi:!! disratch from Platts-
moutb, Neb., informit g us that the firra
-ct..i iknn, x ri:irU. Lanker.. iiaa
foundation ia fact for the rumor, but g03(j before in tbe glory vrorlJ
that !l CelSOD, wno uu-ui, i on nurl-'-u. .Wn. - - . U
out of tiie country, uau iou-:it
l 1 . . 1 V,nm. '.rhlMlt
SSriS rnotice. One of the banking firm $1200 and all Expenses Paid !-
trtmtiii rnfl rnv M'sinut, .u' h.uiiii.vi va n iveri scluu v -
with a roll of one dollar bitia to i liquidate s MG Macuinf, in cur adverfiHing col- KTocericss and
tha debt .'ir. iuuuo, mo ovuivi ...v.-
ber of tLe tirm, represents
. . a. Ill ,s., t..tt a srv OCdfTJ I
capital to OCT our. . PA1' UP.
one horse noJUieian in me oi.uc.-w ;a"ht
' . . I t KAwanna t n r H7 1 M fr I llf IllncV C3 I U v v.
JbVnin- Times, 3Wft utl. iu ----
The parties attomptine to set up tne eu to me win piease cnu Ur'
on nnr Lank -ould not command rneuiateiy. a word to me vwsr,
Sept 10 tf. C. roRCT.
All persois indebted to me by note or
aeconut will please call and settle imme
diately. All accounts not nettled by
Decembtr 25th, will be lertfor collec
tion. Tike notice and porem yourcelf
according, .nd save ynur cost.
noT'2'j'-f V .Jacob Vallibt, Jb.
enough money to run successfully on a
tand bank, but created a momentary ex
eitement, by circulating scndalom and
3:11. . . 1 , H.nll..m.n cVl A M 1 1?
lncreuiuit) rc.'uria ilia m"""-""-" " . j j - ,
!. .eW-m.rl nf. Th rredit cf Tootle, of town, CO acre improved and fenced
nannaft Clark ia too well established Enquire of
We huve "told out our entire stock of
must have all accounts
due us settled immediately. Persons ow
in' us will bear this in mind, and save
themselves some trouble by coming in and
T,nrinT urn' Our orace is at our Lumber
Yard." We propose to have all accounts
settled, and tnat minieaiaieiy.
tf. Simpson Mickelwait k Lo.
FARM FOU MA I.C
A good farm of 80 acres, 4 miles
Maxwell & Chapmas.
All persons indebted to us. either by
-I " - ... 1 4,
south note or acoount, will please can ana sei.
tl imtnedi.tely, as wa wish to close our
accounts by Dec. 25th.
novCotr. Vallebt & Rcffneb.
id sr., opposite "xstr tors: STORE.'
pt ATTSMOUTII. - - rJEB
kept on hand at all times.
. IIVBER TY.
Lock Stich Reversible Feed
I HIGHEST PREMIUM
THE ONLY O NE
cf ewing in more than ene airKaoo
WM- J.'TTXATT, Proprietor
First-rate StablinK anj Wazon Tanls for ttie ac-
ecnAiio.'.aUon of the Jul lie, also a good stock of
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
lo let on rerr reawnablct.Tra-.
Stable on Man trt, nca y opposite th SHER
rv HorSE. Plattsmoath. Xeb. l-c31tf.
525 ! S25 I
Ts retailed at a price within the teach of all. Thia
Mat-hne usee a ttrateril neeaie, miia ino mua
STITCH (alike on both aides), has self-adtustine
tern ion, and can xa every variety oi sowing-, n - m
hem, fell, bind, curd, braid, aearn, quilt, tuck, rvffle.
and feather ; win w,n cjiimj .oh uu
woolen, or cotton goods, wiih lineo, or cotton thread.
SHUTTLE SEWJXQ VACHI1W
Warranted for Five Years!
Oar ATits will be supplied with dnp'.icaU parts r.r
the Machine, tn cafe of accident. It malua prci"ly
ihp same s itch made by tbe Sinper, Wh er ft Wil
son Howe, and Elori'ne Machines. It haati eLn-d-r-fed
like tbe bestof high -priced Machines,nd is
the only low pncea pnniiiu
that ha tMi feed ' Wear enabled to sell a first
class SHCTTLE MACHINE at a very low price, e;i
It uses and was". es !es
will pnmnwnci a .earn
. ends of the thread
Improved Farm and Tim-
cr i or saic
The farm is about 20 miles west from I'lattsmonth.
2 rai e west cf Hoover's, on tho stage Itoad '
acres has been in caltiTntir nalo house upon it.
and plenty of stock -ater; itisS w-qr 'ee.7,1 1-,
j nido acres; and connected wiih it is Lot I acd
S ts. at of S K qr iec 20, ame T and K. (.timber)
90 and S0-l6 acres, making 250 and SO 10laeie!.
Also the N w qr of S w qr of Sec 24, T -JO, K 44. in
Mills county, Iowa, Due estfrorn Plattsnmuth, and
i miiefroro tha river, (heavy timber.) For ternis
ldres. I'. H SOLOMON,
majktf. -eieawd, Iowa.
FASTENING ALL ITS OWN SEAMS
Without stopping Machine or Turning the Cloth.
.V - i 1 .not of it Klmmlcity, and conKequent low cost of
Warranted to Sew Heavy or r tne u
".Equally as well.
OVER r,0.00 O
MACHINES SOLD SINCE 1861.
S 62nd for Report and Circular!.
Wm. E. Plant, Geo. Ae't s
612' North Fourth street. S tenia, Mo.
Dr- G. II
We wUb to arrange with Ager ts, mle or lemsle (o
represent the American Shuttle Sewins: Machine, In'
e-ch State, Cottrty, and Town in the United 8-atea
and Ontario Extra 1-ducenieats to Experienced
Airent. Kor full particnlarx, as to Salary and Com
G. V. iV. AXDREWSj
' Gederat Agent,
, .. Deiroif, Mich.
v R T.ir the henetlt of onr Affenta w have ar-
1 ranced with parties who hav Good suitable for
Sewing Machine AL'enls to sen. " c wii seau uiwt
r.r ..mr,i and full Pi liculars on receipt of one rd
stamp- Address G. V, N. A rREW3, O-n-jral A ' V
Xot. S. l6?.rt.
; Detroit. Mien.-
for any further comment.
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