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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1869)
The steam ferry is rur.ning as iew
The snow was eight feet derp in the
streets of Montreal on the 17th ins.
Tho political father of Nebraska has
pone on to Washington to superintend
tb appointments for this State.
Capt. Murphy's project of settling a
colony upon tho Republican river is prov
ing a complete uccess.
. m m m
Eight prisoners broke jail at Daven
port last Friday; aming them the mur
The t.mes of holding Court in this co.
have been changed to the second Monday
jo April and the Erst Monday ia Novem
Hon Ishatn Ravis was admitted last
Yreek to practice a? an Attorney and
Counselor in the U. S. District Court of
The inauguration of Han. Grant will
take place one week from to day. There
is profound ignorance yet as to who will
be invited to reals in his Cabinet.
Mr. Kershaw, of the firm of ParmeleA
Kershaw, arrived from tho east last week
bringing with him the "rib" which it was
foreordained should be his.
From and after tho 4th of July next,
the duties of clerk of District Court will
be performed by the County Clerk i of the
Doom, Bro. & Co. are ngents for Vant,
Cook Jt Co's Patent Centrifugal Corn
Sheller nnd ClennT If you wish to par-"
chase one gve them a call.
The people of Cass county are looking
harply after real estate interests just
now. They think they pee a locomotive
ahe.-.d. They will see It if they take the
proper c ursc
The stei.mer Silver Row ia advertised
to leave Pi'.te'ourfih to-day for Platts
mouth ami intermediate points. She
will probably go as high up the river as
A b y nr.mcd C.ilvin Cor, ngd twelve
years, was accidentally shot and killed
one day iait week, near St. Joseph, by
another boy named Thomas Freeman,
uged 17 ye irn.
Velocipedes are all the rage- now
They have them in Omaha and Nebraska
City, and wo learn that our onterprmng
fellow. townsman, E. T. Duke, will have
one on exhibition soon.
Thfy are trving to establi.-h a repuU
tion as a "Erst class city" in Omaha,and
have another sensation over a seduction
ese Mr. DjHow nnd Miss Durdctte are
the principal actor.
Gen. Grant has announced his intent. on
of app linting civilians to Cabinet office,
And hits if he h uafort-jrtate in h.s first
Melfction he shall noi hesitate 10 try
second or evpn a th'rd time.
"Miles from.hjine"CT. C. Wilson);has
l.rpn lecturing ia Nebraska City He is
n tirst clas newspaper correspondent
n,l combs his Lair very sleek; but he
would hardly be considered a success as
a puo.ic lecturer.
For th firs time ia thj history of the
State, a mass moei'ng of warkingmen
was held in Omaha last Friday evening,
for tha purposa of. hearing and diicuss
in j:ieasurfi for the benvfit of tha labor-
The .Western Siaga Company has
bouz'it out C. II. Parmele's stage line
between thr.s city and Linciln. This
company keeps cl3e watch, and gener-
al'.v manages to get hold upon great lines
The weather turned excessively cold
last Saturlay night, and continued cold
up to Tuesday mor ing. The river was
filled with floating ice for several days,
and came near blocking up at this point
Tht grading contract on the I. & M.
R. R. b -tween Afton and the Missouri
river will be completed earlv'in the com
ini Summer. Do the people of Cass de
sire the whole force of workmen put at
work in this county? If they do, let
theu act widely.
BIl-8. W. II U.SSllTT,
Agent for Pianos, Organs and Melodeon,
i espectfully invites those desirous of
purchasing instruments to call at her
residence and see one of Estey'a College
Organs; also, an illustrated catalogue,
showing a variety of styles. feb25w6
The times of holding commissioners
Court has been changed from the first
Monday in each Month to the first Tueg
day in each Month The object sough'
by the change was to avoid the necessity
of traveling on the Sabbath to reach the
county seat in time for a session on Mon
The railroad prospects ef this place
have brought a large number of strangers
here within a few weeks. Now is a good
time to open business in Plattsmouth.
The man who gets himself thoroughly
established prior to the building of the
Railroad is the man who will make the
Hon. Nathan S. Porter, member of the
State Senate, was in the city last wek
on his way home from the Capitol Mr.
Porter was one of th? best members in
the Senate during the recent session
being ever watchful of the interests of
his immediate constituency as well as of
the State at large.
Senator Tipton has reported a bill
granting alternate sections of land for
ten miles on either bide of the Sioux City
& Columbos Railroad, to aid in the con
struction of said road. Tho question :
can a grant of land be lecared for this
road when none can be had for the Mid
land pacific or the Drownville and Ft.
Andv Johnson has caused the bodies
of Booth and his accomplices in the as
asaination of Lincoln to be delivered to
their friends for reinterment. None have
yet appeared to claim the body of Payne
Some of the Baltimore rebals endeavor
ed to get up a demonstration over Booth's
funeral.but th family protested so stout
l iht thpv wero comrcl'ed to abandon
If any citizen of Ca3 county has the
least inclination to retard the building
of Railroads, we advisa him to make th
trip from Lincoln to Plattsmouth in a
btae coach when the mud is a little less
thnn four feet deep as we did last week
DOOM, BRO &Co.,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
CORNER 3d ADD MAI SI'S.,
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
. DOOM, BRO & CO
Have for sale Cornell's Gang Plow tho
Van Brunt Broadcast Seed Sower and
Cultivator, the Selby Union Corn Plant
er, Uier's Walking Cultivators, Dixon
Grand Detour and Industrial Breaking
Don't you buy the Wi.-r, Deer or any
other Cultivator until you go to Forgy's
shrp and examine E- Nwlon'Celebra
ted Patent Walking Cultivator. It is the
champion: C. E Forgy is manufactur
ing them, and is making the shovd.a out
of the best refined cast steel, and the
wood wotk ot me u "" ,,., .-uiej rnbwith
K,rt This Plow is victorious wnero- Sovi9tf.
evsr exhibited with others. This Plow
. .i iKn Wipr Plow in
IOOK me premium Q r jonxsox.
bis own county oee eauiuuui.
This is to certify that I attended the
Ijwa State Fair, held at Clmto.i, UCto
FOIt $ A. 112 OH TRADE 2
containing tlx t.fin. '
I .1- l ,. 4.
i.ri ri.tmii a well, subl v.yit die I
odb.Km hed onll.e lot, .nu.ie on the c.rrrr f
. .a il. nt street : al-o a two Ntnrv b.-ick
r ui rti itt, 26o0. tb two ". l"te on Fifth trt
n..r h r ilain. The nbove property win be n d
chra p tor cab. or tf.de J lor an imprjvefi Utm in
For partirular, app.y on the prem-.es.
All persons' Indebte l t uie ars Teq iesle ! to call
nd ix'tlr imrardixtelvt as I mait at.d w.l hive
ECGENE B. LEWIS.
and Stirring Plows They are warranted ber 1, 2, 3 anl 4, and ray Improv- 1 1 1 w .1 1 1 1 I AIIA ))
r . I -a n.,ir;v.tnr was examined and found to Jt 1' UUIltlUUU v wis
to give periect laumacwuu.
DOOM, DUO. & CO.
Have taken the general agency for the
act I ii LiiKior was ruiuiutu oiu -
be one of two of the best out oi some
thirty different Cultivators. rrcmiums
.!tr,hp!rl. Ed. NeWLOX. -
- . ... i i
Illinois Sta'e Fair, putney, tjiemuer,
(opposite Clark ft Plummer,)
am- -'bi at nitw.-a "w 1I !
One door west of Donelans Drug store,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
IIAT.. rAPH. HOOTS S0i.,
TRVXKS, VA LISAS,
and a cneral stock of
for the Pluios; aUJ, a large lot of
RUBBER CLOTIU.YG. REVOLT
ERS JXD JSTOTIOJVS.
We bought low and willaell cheup for cash. C!
ind exnuucoar sluok before ou Miy iit where !?
F U R 1 7URE!
Buffalo Pitt'a Threshing Machines for 18o8.-Newlon. Cu tivator was examm.
. c t v od and found to be one of four of th
the counties of Cass, Saunder,, Lancas- ednd g Premtum whheld
ter, Seward and Butler
If any one wants to boy goods very
low for the next thirty days, we say go
to Doom Bo A Co.
The farmers of Cass and adjoining
counties should go to Dooms' and look county.)
at their Plows, Seeders, Cornplanters,
and other farm Impiements. They are
determined to keep the best, and they
warrent every Implement they sell.
J Rides, Asnt
Pickaway county, Ohio, Srp., 1868.
Newlon's Cultivator was awardad the
first premium over all others.
Orid Lutrkt Agent.
I certify that my Cultivator was award
ed the first premium in Warren county,
Illinois, over all others in 1808
(Take notice, vqis ia in
If you want to buy
A Grand-a Tour Plow
A St. Louis Industrial Plow
A Dixon, Tod 1 & Dement Plow or
A Skinner Jt Briggs Plow
go to doom lino. s vo.
50 Breaking Plows received and for
sale by Doom Bro. & Co.
Wiera Plow was at all of these Fairs,
exerpt in Ohio, and I beat him every
Levi Todd.Esq., Mt. Pleasant rrecinct, TIONERY, PERFUMERIES,
r-t . i. tlmnn train that 31A4lui,1J" '
onss couuwjr, , -" " j
has ever used this plow in Nebraska, ex
cept some of his neighbors, ami after
giving it a thorough trial with several
other Plows, including the Wier Plow, is
decidedly in favor of the Newlon's Im
proved Champion Cultivator.
I attended a match at Col. Hutchison's. NeWSpaperS, MagaZllieS
There were lo umereni tu:inwra c1"-
Every plow in the match had eitner
Wier's Walking Cultivator is undoubt-
edly the best corn plow now made. It
received the Gold Medal Premium over
all others at the St. Louis Fair in 1868.
Doom Bro. &, Co. have just received a
large lot of them. Every ftrmer ought
to hiivo one.
DOOM DRO & CO
Aro Belling off tboir Stock Goods very
cheap for cash to make roam for" new py
Goods in the spring.
diamond or twisted shovels, exci-pt mine,
I was one out of five of the best 15. Pre
mium withheld. EdNkwlox.
Chenoa .Newlon's P.ow Victonus
over all others, at a plowing march here.
Kincmas t Co., Agents ;
Xorlh Henderson, .Newlon's Plow
victorious over all others at a plowing
match here. J. C. Messenger.
This is to certify that I attended the
State Fair of Nebraska, with E Newlon's
Improved Cnltivator, and it was foand
to be one of the best of two out of s-ven.
Premium withheld. C. E Forgy.
Reasons why you 6hould buy of For
&c, &c, &c.
PreripMor,. car. fully expounded by pe
rienccd DrugUt. t'150 ula-
Ail persons indebted to us will please
call and settle the same immediately, as
we must close up ouraccouiits.
Doom Bro. L Co.
If vou want to save money,time,labor
and expense, go and give your oraer 10
Docm Bro. Co. for onerof an Brunt's
IstThe shovels are of the best cast
steel, which no other shovel now can
2d. My Plow is easier handled.
3d.' It is much lighter on your team. ',
4th. They are made at home and the
rr.rn Ton nav for the plow stavs here;
and you can get it in the fall with the clty wh.-n deired.
Fesd, Sale and Livaiy
Main Sr., - - Pttsmooth.
tSomas w. shryock,
AND DEALER JX AIL KISDS OF
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET, (Near Maia.)
PLJ1 TTSJIO U Til, NEBRASKA.
Heparins and Varot-IiinR neatly done.
513- Funerals attended at tlie sburtetit notice.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
IN THE BIBLE,
BY REV- DA N I EL MAF.CH. D- D-
For full, free, flowing e'ear. a .liklinir, pure an'
zract-ful style; lor poetic (rniu , fur bfuty
hnaht ai d rich glowing im .lnntion ; for nic
j A. 1 t ihtii nr.ii-r vmtjhir deliiientioDB aul r ;
,clji.laralii. ; for life like j. c'urts. glowiug wo:d
bpr illatration. this woik lim no equitl.
Sui-h conini.nrlattin. a tlie abov. haj l.reu i.
r-ived fr-.m Bishop Simpson, Ke Albert 'Brne
.V.ia.i Port'T, D. I , LL D , W. A. Smtiii, 1) 1
Geo. lna B.aidman D D.. I IV. IViVr, D. P..
ainuel W. Fi-hnr. D. D., LZ..D., and Inmling Cl'i
'vmrii and tLe I'rexs of all Denomtu'atioos. S.-u
for Circulars enntaininz the lame. A(fM at
verywhere ineftinif with uoparalied orce. II
a most beautifully illnstra ed and elegantly buunf
book, and pleases everybody.
Commission, $100 to $200 per inonlh,
according to ability nnd enerer AdJrfs
ZKIO LER, Mc( U;.lY it CO..
PhilutMpJUa, Fa., Cincinnati, O . Chicago, III..
St. Luu-, Mo. fdeclln87ino0.
$S II iu li r It A V li
Of full value sml to any liouk Agent.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
MAT1HLW HA IE KEW
'Svvsfiir.e and Shaucv: in JViw IV k."
A work rn li'le wi:h Anecdote and lrcideut of
Life In The Great Metropolis,
i.v.uf h Miri t of New Tori, reflecting the
SECRETS OF THE (JKEAT CITY.
Or Af" old 80 in one djr, anotber wld and
rh-red i'27 .n 5 i iya. another 8u4 in T dV.
Mo book ever published thkt neli to rapidly
I I You wih til know hiw rortunet are made and
i V lost iu a day ; Low Shr wd Men are mined In
'a'l Fin rt ; how Coaniiymen" at wiudletl by
hirers hnw MintH'era aitd
M. rtlnuts are Ulack
o .lie 1 ; ow rvirce Halls and Concert Saloon are
,iagt-il; I...W G.iuiblio Hone aad Lotteries ate
.mlrrteU ; how .stock (J 'lamu Oi iaiuaie and bow
lie Hubble Buri.li., Ac .read ihiwoik. It t-ils yu
bout the mynere of New Vork. and contain
-icy life he'cbe ofitaiiotid niillionir, mer
liauts. Ac. A larpe Octao Volumu. 7-JO pa. e,
inelv lilustratwd. The tatfrit commnmon given.
ur 3J pate Circo ar and a W Greenback aent free
u applicttiou. For lull particular! and leim U
I.etS the solf rnhli-l-erf,
J. B. BUKB CO., Hartford, Conn.
DR. HI. II ITI CLUSKY,
Will be at Dr. Llvinpston'i OSce daring- iht! Ut
rek in en h month Al orderi Kft In tbeperft-
ffii-e will promptly attended to.
,.,rd to .commodate the public
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,
Also, a nice iiearse,
0,!re.ndre:,.c.blerrrn:. A U.e. w,.
run to steamboat ibuiui
On short do
oth. If your plow breaks, you know 2 If! fill
hero to jro with it. If you break a cast- OHer UUI1
shirn to Pa
in!? in an Eastern made plow, you have
to iay out of the use of it until you can
j. w. sh Axxoy.
in company with nino other unfortunates, rjroa-1 Cast Seed Sower ana Cultivator, 8enl East and get a new one.
every one of whom are stron- advocate so that you can get it in tho spring with- 6th. The Plow is nicely arra
of Railroads, especially between Platts- out fail. They are warranted to give cn TL""hVh fre the bestir, use.
mouth and Lincoln.
'Westward the course of Empire takes CuU:vator
its wav " Already the Srrinz tide of I .
tire satisfaction. Also give them your
order for the Celebrated Wier Walking
. - i 1 t r, Vtvaalr I . A n n 3 .11 T I I I
immigration oat commented v. v. . gxUU ana ai jLipeusca laim
upon South Nebraska. The books of the See advertisement of American fcncTTLK
several Lind Agents here how that m Sewimq Machine, in our advertising co 3
the last week, the applications for home- urnns. 13
16 from - r-..
I'AI J 1".
All persons knowing themseves iudebt-
ed to me will please call and pay up im
mediately. A word to th wise, etc.
Sept. 10 tf. C. E. r oegt.
We have sold out our entire 6tock of
groceries,-anl must have all accounts
duo as settled immediately. Persons ow
ing us will bear this in mind, and save
steads and pre emptions are,
Ohio, 14 from Illinois, 18 from Iowa, 10
from Missouri, 2 from Vermont, 11 Jrom
Pennsylvania and 9 from Indiana.
8th. Thev are nil warranted to give 1
the best of satisfaction after three days
Send in your orders early.
January 28 m3.
All persons indebted to us. either by
note or account, will please call and set
tle immediately, as we wish to close our
accounts by Dec. 25th.
nov26tf. Vallert ICcffxes.
Wm. W. Irish, rroprieior.
f-W,r of Main and Third Street,
T-r! br the day orweek. Charp.-a n 'derate.
B "s'a.e' leave tuu Hou.e daily for .11 P".uU
Vorlh, South, East and West.
Having bought oat the etire ?tock or uoocs irou.
navniB c G Herold, is reaily to offer
I,hall5eUaoodtOirff TIISX .Mi:
for Ch., Wheat. Corn, Hid-s, Furs or any kind ol
NOTICE ! ! NOTICE ! !
I am now receiving my
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF GOODS,
and desiie to call special attention to the "tame, an
oKcit a careful examination of the
GOODS AND PRICES
before purchasing eUewhere, aa I am determined to
KEEP 11Y STOCK
ao large and
and the prices
so low as to m i.' it the Interest ' f every
FARMER A N D MEC II A N I C
Ho! for Salt Creek, where you can kill two Mrda
with one sfone. get your Gra n Ground and Wool
Carded a the same time; the machinery for both is
In -x-rfect order. We one the Patent Machine Card,
which were run enough last year tn establirh their
luperioriiy over the old kind, ax all who nnd thern
can testify. The vnperiorit ot Mr, 8. Twiea as a
'arder is well luiown, and hisservicea are rtill le
tnined for the b-Mielt of the public. With the above
advantages we flatter oarselvea that we can make it
to the advan taire of all who want work In our line
to come this way. D.PfcAN, Proprirlor.
mj IS 6 . TWISS. Carder.
TRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
The Bapt'nt denomination at Nebraska
Citv have been enjrsel ,n a rpPUiar
"flare np." Dr. Bowen took possession
of the Church on Sabbath mornms.rast-
a n:niiA. holted the door and
Platfmouth Ioass.No. 0, A. F- & COUNTRY PTODOOE
ReiriiUrcorarannicatlonPlst and 3d Mondays ofeach
.onth.atei "-t1;IVIsajToJf, W K.
O. C. BETTS, See.
Ma d .1. entire d.y d rJ, VjSSi
refusing admittance to either pastor or Je wj Q lo have all account9
n v TTa win arrested Jlinuny on
H V . -. - -
charge of riotous conduct, but was re
leased at k.he close of a long trial. The
church then took tho matter in hand, and
mcceeded better than the civil authon-
ties. Bowen was expeiiea oj a unnui
mous vote, and the indications now nre
that the congregation will be allowed to
settled, and that immediately.
tf. SlMPSJS 311CXELWAIT A O.
sAli persons indebted to me by note or
accouut will please call and settle imme.
diately. All accounts not settled by
December 25tb," will be left for collec
tion. Take notice and govern yourcelf
Nebraska Chapter No- 3, R A- II.
ItegaUr convocations 2d and 4th Tue.Jjys
eh mouth, at S 12 o'clock p m.
O. O. BETTS, Sec.
I. 0-0. F.
nnir maetinin of Platte Lodife, No. T, 1. O. O.
V every Satoad.ty eveulnK at 7X o'clock p. "
Brothers or oi'icr ijoagw m u-'3 -v
Lodge. Byorder o c,fApMAS N0.
WM. h. Wells, Kec. Sec'y.
My Stock Connistsof
anocnnir.s , dry goods
BOOTS. SIIOL1S, CLOTIIIW,
H ITS ami CAPS, POCKE T
A0 770.YS. ETC.
Ve elve nie ca'l at my r.ew brick bnilding near
ti e M K Chunh. noith bide rf Main street.
HE HUMAN. HER OLD.
to call and either
BUY OR POST THEMSELVES!
befora buying elsewhere.
i:. ti. DOVLY.
Plattsmouth, Oct. 1, lStii- tf.
attend peaceable worship under their nTthnJt ani 8av9 ynnr C08t.
own vine and fi tree. nov20tf Jacob Vallebt, Jk.
The report of the commissioners who
located the State Lands shows that 614,-
31 US I C.
Mrs. Kate Simpson would resp tfully
. ... . I i r.:..i r.r,A itin nnh t that
303 acres were located, for wnicn saia say - t - -
A man was arrested in Omaha last commissioners received as pay ,,My, as ' . T". I" .J,,
ner ciass ot uiujiu di.ujh.io,
REED, BEARDSLSY & CO,
Real Estate Agents ,
WEEPIXQ VA TEH, A EBHkSKA.
T.t nrU hoocht manased and sold. Valuable Tim
ber Land for .ile. TaXiS paid for oure8lJenJl
Collevtions i.rjuiptiy atteiaco to.
-week, and was actually dischnreJ from follows
custody without a fin beinjr collected.
The reult would, in all probability. have
been different if the fellow had been tho
possessor of any greenbacks.
We desipn enlarging the Herald and
furnishing it with an entire new dress at
an early day, provided those who are in
nrrears will come forward and pay up
"We hope a second asking will not be
Just before the adjournment of the
Legislature the members and officers of
both branches were favored with compli
mentarv tickets, from Senator Frost,
R. F. Chambers
J. S. Bowen
Ti B. Presson
track and back.
over the U. P. R. R., to the end of the Iowa last week which resulted in the
death of one man and the wounding of
another, as follows: A Hebrew peddlar,
name unknown, had been stopping there
several days retailing :fluid poison", in
the shape of poor whisky, in violation1 of
the laws of the State. Ha was arrested
by oonstable Leney, who was holding
him for trial, when a section boss on the
railroad, and several men in hie employ
endeavored to take him from the consta
ble and administer punisnmen or umo
fancied or real wrong which the peddlar
had committed against them. They were
ordered aay by the constable, but re
fused to listen to reason, and endeavor
ed to break into the house. The consta
ble fired several shots from his revolver
one of which took effect in the epino of
the section boss, proviog fatal, and on
slightly wounding another of the party
The prisoner made haste through a back
window, verv poorly cad, and took ret
are ia a neighboring house.
be pleased to instruct any whi may wisn
to take lessons on Piano Forte. Enquire
at residence, corner Vine and Seeond
teoBta Plattsmouth. FeblStf
Jus before leaving Lincoln last week
we learned that gome enterprising(?)gen-
tlemcn from Richards -n county have
'been and gone ' and played smash with
all our railroad calculations at Platts
raoukh. They have actually filed articles
of incorporation on a line of road from
this city to Lin join, and thus hope to
"get on behind" Cass county and the 1.
. ; k.,h.u: & M. R. R. Richardson has developed
Or. in other words, the selections mau
by Mr. Chambers cost the State a little
more than 23 mills per acre, tnose maae
by Mr. Bowen a trifle less than one rent
(10 mills) per acre, those made by Mr
Presson a trifle less than 9 mills per acre,
and those made by Mr. Maxwell a tr'.fle
more than 4 mills per acre.
WM- J- -rrXATT, Proprietory
First-rate Stabling and Wason Yards for the ac
commodation of the pnl lie, also a good stock of
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
to let on verr reawnable.terms. .
StHbleon Mam street, noa oi-tte th SHEIt
TJAN HOUSK, Hattsmouth, Nsl. Dee31tf.
CORNER 2d 4- MAIN STREETS,
Keep constantly on bacd the best of
All Kinds of Mcat,
rhlchthey ea furnish their customers at ihe
BEST OF RAJES iOR CASH I
Jnly 2d. 1S63 3m.
D. B. McMochan ,
IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
ROCK ISLAND PLOWS,
COR .V. P LA NTER S,
Cultivators, sulky and walking,
A Large Variety on Hand.
Spades, Shovels IIoes, Hakes,
A larfreftock now on hand at small advance on
106 Main Street, - Nebraska City,
(Opposite the Seymour House)
SIGN OF THE PAD-LOCK.
Lock Stich Reversible Feed
K mm r ' '
And everything needed bj the
FARM ER s MECHANIC,
Havinepiinhastdthe entire stock ofpooda Telorg'
on to Wm Harold. 1 uui re titling th' Kiore to. in
to Td style, aud p.opne to eil g. cds at the olu stau J
nthe most reasonable terms.
niarStf JAlle-S O NULL.-
B "praLocK R. Baxter Widhi
Co. Clerk and Recorder. Uept'y Clerk & Kee'r.
Spurlock & Wintlliam,
FLA TTSifO VTII, NEBRASKA.
FRONT ROOMS OF COURT-IIOUSE
Clerk aod Treasurer's Office.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Titles Examined, and
Taxes paid and receipts forward t
Plattsmouth, June 18.1S63 nil,
We learn from the dispatches that
Senator Thajcr has introluced a bill
emending the homestead laws so as to
require the planting of trees on home
etead and pre-emption lanl?, which has
been referred to the committee on public
Tha Kansas Citv V it ers had a no
sensation th9 other iKy, about nrnan ha
in hanged by a mob, but it was all spoil
ed by a contempoary stating that it was
all true except that the man was not
hanged, and that he was not taken into
a saloon and treated, was not taken from
there to the woods, thai his "widowed
mother" has a kind and provident hus
band who is a wealthy farmer; and that
all there is of the affair is that a oung
man was arrested by an over zealous of-
ccr and afterward released. What
some rare talent, especially on Kailroad mino cjQTlt V 1PW iMlirfffir'U'
matters: bat this last "master stroke" of iu""" " "
oolicy eo'ipses anything heretofore devel
oped. The people of Cass and the B. &
M. R. R. Co., will be aatooished to know
that they are completely at the mercy of
this monster corporation those wise j
men of Richard son.
pity, to spoil such a good etory on
count of such slight inaccuracy.
The policy of the recent legislature in
regard to the herd law question was to
give it to such localities as asked for it
and to not force it upon those localities
that did not deire it. This was, proba
bly, the best policy that could bs pur
sued, especialy as those who favored a
general herd hw bad doubts 'in regard
to its operations bing benificial in all
localities. Tha precincts of Salt Creek,
South Bend, Elrawood and Stove Creek,
in Cass oounty, have a hard law, and the
balanie of the oounty will be without it
fir the next two years. Nearly or quite
all the western counties are entitled to
the benefits of the law. ,
I have on hand and for sale fine asjo.tme Vof
consisting of the choicest variety ol 3 year eld
Adapted to this soil and climate. Sit sat .id
Two and a half miliS smihwct of Pla'U
2d ST.,0PP0SlTE"NEW YORK STORE."
PLATTSMOUTH, - - SEB
kept ou hand at all times.
THE ONLY O NE
Capable cf sewinz in more than oe direction
FASTENING ALL ITS OWN SEAMS
Without stopping Machine or Turning tho Cloth.
It uses and waa'.es less thread than any other, and
will commence a Hjn without noiuinj; tue
ends of the thread.
Weeping Water Mills.
Farmers, go where you can get the
best Flour and ihe most of it.
85 IbiofX X X FLOUR and 12 lb of SKA
given in exchange for good Wheat.
We are also doing grist work? and, with onr In
creased facilities, feel assured that we can give tha
best and the most flour of any mill In the State.
PRODUCE BOVGHT AND SOLD,
HIGHEST MAftKET ?RICK PAID.
REED & CLINTON.
March 26th, 1869.
Is retailed at price within the teach of alL This
Machine usee a straight needle, makes the LOCH
STirC 11 (alike on both sides), has a self adtuetmg
tension, ar.d can ao everj vancvj oi -
hem, fell, bind, cord, timid, seam, quilt, tuck, ruffle.
and gather; will wer eiunjr wo., vu
woolen, or cotton good, wiili linen, or cottoi thread.
SHUTTLE SEWIIfQ MACUIXB
Warranted for Five Years!
Our A units wUl be supplied with duplicate pans of
the Machine, in cae of accident. It mks precisely
the same s Itch made by IH 8in(r, Wh er A Wll.
u.w mnA Florence Machines. It has tra Un
der-feed, like the best of high-priced Machines, and Is
the only low pric-4 inutile Machine in the market
that ha thl" leea wrrB cuiuira
class SUUTTLK MACHIKB at a very low price, on
account of it Sinip lcity, ana nmucui
Manufacturing, lo wmyarison with Complicated Ma.
M.l oi Female, who can earo from (10 to .V per
W'i'k at h.inie. AllUuols will be consigned toAitrnrs
f l paid for when ld, and .ami tea sent fie. For
full narticular M(!d rem. wi ll ItE'lip.
4w4 KOOl' A CLAKK, Detroit, Mich.
time n'KElL Is mv ftuthoriaed Arent for the
collection of all accounis due the uriUenJcried for
medical service.: hi rrti;-t will be m::,; lor t..e
n..rni.niiif n'.y iiior.it id . nm.
A-.e.i;tj4.i5ti- i:. k. L:i.oaro3, y.'j.
A GreatJSovelty !
"OK 25 cents and one red stsmp, w stDd any
partytS ampls all different of or.r
ITew Golden FouHtain Pen,
Holding ink to write
lOO LINES AT ONE DTI'.
10 u-r i!r rr.rTtM l Afn'. i'l'if''''
1U cents. ClicuUr ttw. Aii r.
ii. ! v A ti.'.
Warranted lo Seio Heavy or Fine Goods
Equally as well.
MAOTIINES SOLD SINCE 1S61.
Z Send for Beport and Circulars .
Wm- E. Plant, Gen. As'
6:2Nortb Fourth street. St. Lonis. V.o,
Z?r- . II.
Wc wish to arrange with Asr.ts, mile or lemale t
represent the American Shuttle SewinR .Machine, ia
eich State, County, and Town in the Uaited Spates
and Ontario. Extra itdocements to Kxp-rienctd
Agents. For full particulars, a td Salary aad Coat
mission, address - -
G.V. N. ANDREWS,
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"'..;.. j v;4,- -.i.y A.-tI.U t- SKii. Will -
- t -..i fa.i ..':.';.(' A't recr' V- r:
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