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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1869)
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Got. Butler has gone to VVasbinston to
attend the inauguration.
A female velocipediat is to be in Ne
braska City soon to exhibit.
Col. Fat O'Hawes has gone east
probably to witness lha inauguration of
Eider Mullis will preach at the Court
House, Saturday evening next, at 7 1-2
p. m-, and on Sabbath at 11 a. m., and
7 1-2 p. m.
MM e eBm
Velocipedes are got up in Cincinnati for
$2 wt.hout paint or other extra finish.
Call at E. T. Duke & Co.'a nnd aee the
animal as soon as it arrives.
Our fellow townsman, Sam. M. Chap
man, of the law firm of Maxwell & Chap
in in, was admitted to practice in the Su
preme Court last week.
Harvey Sage, Eq., is getting a veloc
pede manufactured, and will have the
'atiniile" ready for exbibition in a few
Dr. Eowen, of Nebraska City Baptist
Chureh notoriety, is out in a "card ' of
'one and a half columns in the Nebraska
C. E. Forgy informs us that he has al
ready engaged a large number of his fa
mous breaking plows. When farmers
onc9 ma these plows they will have no
The juvenile concert last Friday night,
under the euperintendance of Mrs. J. N.
Wise, was a fins aSTiir. The attendance
was lare, and evry body socmed well
pleased with the entertainment.
- m e em
Gen. Grant has declared himself in fa
vor of the amendment granting universal
suffrage. North and South. Do our
Democratic frienls think that looks like
throwing off on the radicals?
Hon S. Maxwell sold to Clark &
riutnmer, last week, 2500 bushels of
corn at 50 cents per bushel. That emna
corn would have brought 75 cents per
bushil with the B. &, M. 11. R. cjinplot
Jahn II. Sahler has been appointed
Police J-rI9 of Omaha a a city of tha
first cl us. Tha-e appears to be soino
.;ah of authority between him and May
Paengr fare on the Pacific Road
from Omaha to Wahsatch, is $72,50,first
c'ass fre:g'U iJcTjSa f-er hundred, third
class frtiibt $rj,40"per hundred. Pa?eri-g-r
f ire from Omaha to Chicago is "$22
Wo have- rsoived t!io first number of
thi Amerioan Agricultural Intelligencer,
publish) d by Hampton Jb Brooke at ittlo,
in this State. It is devoted to the agri
ultural interest of the State, and should
be liberally supported.
Th-ire have been three revival hel I on
'he Mc. Pleasant circuit this winter, un
i 'r tha aupic33 of Rev. A. J. Smarts,
which resulted ia about G'3 'ciaversions
and 'J ac;os!ons to iho church. Dur
ia ihi Confereicj year which closes 31st
proxira j. 115 have bien received.
With the Spring comes letters thicker
and faster to Capt. Murphy relative to
h:s colony Since tho Capt. has proved
the feasibility of the plan, several o'her
gentlemen in the State are anxious to
head a Colony, but most of them lack
the practical knowledge of western life
which is so essential, and which Murphy
possesses to such an eminent degree.
We give epajj this week for a commu
nication in opposition to issuing county
binds to aid the construction of a Rail
road westward. We do not take a great
deal of stock in the arguments of our
correspondent, and shall not waste mort
than one lead pencil in replying to said
argument., His reasoning i, however,
about as logical cs any we have heard
alvane-'d on that sida of the question.
Tho Aeix-s argues. that Nebraska City
is to bo the great railroad centre of South
Nebraska, because it is already connect
ed by rail with Council Bluffs, Chicago,
St Joe, St. Louis, to. It failed to state
that the railroad by which it is connec
ted with these places does not com? to
Nebraska City, but that the connection
is made in the same manner they used to
connect with Denver and Salt Lake; by
me ins of wagons and teams. The argu
inent is conclusive.
The public schools of the city closed
last Friday. Tho primary and interma-
Ui.ite departments closed with appropri
ato exercises such as speaking, singing
4c, which were very interesting and in
etruc'.ivc. The higher department, under
the charge of Mr. W. A Patterson,closed
with a rijrid but thorough examination
and but two out of the several applicant
received first class certificates. W
would like say more upon the subject
nid space will not permit a
Iler'is something to charui, amuse
and iiistruct tho boys and girls a new
nu'nber of an old and entertaining frieod
DsviazsT'sj Yocsa America for March
IS 3D. Pictures, stories, puzzles, philos
"FJ games, rebus3es, and countless
other subjects arc presented in the most
fascinating way to interest tho young
folks, who, after once peeping iato this
marvrlously good book, we are certain,
will Dot wish to lay it down until every
word has been read, every puzzle tried,
and c-very pieture examined. IIurrah
f?r Yorsa America! $1.50 per year;
publication office, 833 Broadway New
Sam. i!. Chapman, Esq., has been ap
pointed Master in Chancery for Cass
county " .
People Are still crossing the river on
the ice at Omaha. The river has been
clear at this point since the 13th day of
The Omaha Daily Republican has been
enlarged t) a nine column sheet, and out
in an entire new dress. It is now the
best got up paper in the west, and de
serves tho success it is meeting with.
The energy and enterprise of the busi
ness men of Omaha has enabled the pro
prietor of the Republican to present to
the public the finest paper in the wet.
We hope the proprietor of the Herald
may be enabled to do a similar thing at
no distant day. -
There is not yet a foot of the B. Sc.
R. R. completed in Mills county, and not
a pound of iron laid, and yet there baa
been already nearly $100, 000 in cash x
pended by the Company in that county.
The building alone of a Railroad makes
every thing lively, but when it is in run
n'.ng order everything goes along at rail
road speed and "on time." Th tt is the
kind of place business men like, and
there is where they will be found Is
such a state of affairs desirable in Cass
A reporter for the O in aba Herald ha
slipped up on the "blind side' of a spii
ltual medium in that city, and found out
how the trick was done. He did not ez
actly "square the circle," but he broke
the "spiritual circlu" and the "conditions
precedent" and slipped up in the dark,
and seized a veritable arm and hand of
flesh and blood playing the guitar, in
stead of a spiritu il" hand, as it pur
ported to be What will com) of such
an 'unbeliever" as this newspaper re
porter? Corn is coming in rapidly this week,
at 50 cents per bushel ehsllod and sack
ed. It would bring 75 cent if our Rail,
road was completed. Corn has sold for
25 to 35. cents more per bushel in (jmiha
than at Plattsmouth ever since tne com
pletion of the Rai.ro id to that point.
Cannot some of our farmers figure up
bow much surplus cash it would bring in
to tha county to gat 2 cents per bmhe
extra for every bus!iel of corn raised in
Cass county last year, anl for every
bushel raised during the next five years?
We are informed that a man, whose
name we have not heard, died of small
pox at Lincoln last week. We hear also
that From nt is suffering from the same
fell disease. Surtly, after scienco his
plac-d e!Hcicnt means in our hands to
ward offihis loathsomo disoase. no one
should bo perverse or foolish enough to
mit a rroper care lor .sell as weii as tue
o:u;i;unitv. This terrible scourge is
agn 'D California and no doubt exists
hat it is aloog tho line of railroad that
t has found its way hero. We consider
t criminal on the part of the press to
conceal its exisfacco anywhere.
We loarn that Mr. M igie will be here
with his new ferry boat sometime during
ho latter part of the month. He would
ave been here ready for runoing now
ad it not been for a serious disappoint
ment he met with during tha winter. He
ad arrangedfor his lumber with which
to build the boat, and the mill coropatij
with whom he had contracted failed to
meet thoir contract and he was compell
ed to make new 'arrangements which
hrew him several weeks behind time.
The flat is running regularly, and is able
to cross all comers so far.
We notice by tha Supreme Court pro
ceedings published in the Omaha Repub
lican that in the case of Emerson -H
Eiton, plaintiff in error, vs. George G.
Liambert, defendant in error, the judge
ment rendered in the District Court in
and for Cass county has been reversed,
and the case remanded for further pro
ceedings. Tbis case has been in court
for a long time, and has been handled
by several different Attorneys. It is now
n the hands of Maxwell & Chapman, and
was argued by then before the Supreme
Court at its last term, when a reversal of
the District Court judgement was ob
We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the pablished statement of the
Home Insurance Company, also of the
Underwriters Agency, of which J N.
Wie is agent in this city. Persons do
siring insurance would do well to exam
ine tne law governing foreign insurance
companies doing business in this State,
and see whether the different companies
have fulfilled the requirements thereof.
We especially direct attention to Sec 14
of Chapter 25, revised statutes, wherein
insurance companies are required to pub
lish an annual Statement before they
have a legal right to transact business.
The Home ana tne Underwriters agency
have fulfilled the requirements of the
We are reliably informed that the city
of Rock Bluffs offers 1200 lots in the cor
porate limits of said city and 80 acres
of lanl to the B. M. Railroad, to make
that the initial point on the Missouri
river of their projectel road through this
county. Kenosha, we aro told, offers 500
acre of land for the same purpose Tru
K, tbee are liberal offers, and soca in
duceraents will undoubtedly reeive th
attention of the Company. We of latts
mouth are struggling to maintain ou
own, and if the points named above try
to outbid as, our people here mast mak
up their minds to come down liberallv
or blame themselves, if the road starts
from some other point on the river.
Tune is precious now, and we hope our
business men and property holders wdl
Bee t0 jt that we are not left out in the
DOOIYl, BRO & Co.,
DRY GOODS, GROGERIES,
COBKIR 3l AMD MAIN STS., "
PLATTSMOUTH, - SEBRASKA.
DOOM. KItO & CO
nave for sale Cornell's Gang Plow tho
Van Brunt Broadcast Seed Sower and
Cultivator, the Selby Union Corn Plant
er, Wier'e Walking Cultivators, Dixon
Grand Detour and Industrial Breaking
and Stirring Plows Thev are warranted
to give perfect satisfaction.
DOOM, DRO. & CO.
Have taken the general agency for the
Buffalo Pitt's Threshing Machines, for
the counties of Cass, Saunders, Lancas
ter, Seward and Butler.
If any one wants to buy goods ; Tery
low for the next thirty days, we say go
to Doov Bao & Co.
The farmers of Cass . and adjoining
counties should go to Dooms' and look
at their Plows, Seeders, Cornplanters,
and other farm Implements. Thev are
determined to keep the best, and they
warrent every Implement they sell.
If you want to boy
A Grande Tour Plow
A St. Louis Industrial Plow
A Dixon, Tod 1 fc Dement Plow or
A Skinner Jb Briggs Plow
go to Doom Bao. & Co.
-.50 Breaking Plows received and for
sale by Doom Bao. & Co.
Wier's Walking Cultivator is undoubt
edly the best corn plow now made. It
received tho Gold Medal Premium over
all others at the St. Louis Fair in 18G8.
Doom Bro. & Co. have just received a
large lot of them. Every farmer ought
to have one.
doom nuo & CO
Are selling off their Stock Goods very
cheap for cash to make room for new
Goods in the spring.
All persons indebted to us will please
call and settle the same immediately, as
we must close up our accounts.
Doom Bro. &. Co.
If you want to save money, time, labor
and expense, go and give your order to
Do m Bro. Co. for oneTof Van Brunt's
Broad Cast Seed Sower and Cultivator,
so that you can get it in the spring with
out fail. They are warrantrd to give cn
tire satisfaction. Also give them your
order for tho Celebrated Wier Walking
MiTHHMATics. After much mathemat
ical calculation, we have nrrivd at the
following figures, as th cost per ncro,
for loaating tho State land", to wit:
frou Un to twenty eigli.' cents ;er acre
Our land agents throughout the State do
not pretend to ask more than th'ee cents
7t acre. Such is loyalty. JYhm.
The Sews would do well o make about
one more atterapt at "mathematical cl-
culation" ana men quit me ousipess.
The land agents, according to the iVeicx,
charge three cents per acre for locating
land. The average charged by the State
and Commissioners was only a little
more than one cent per crff,instead of ten
to twenty eight, and yet The Xewt en-
eavors to make political capital out of
it. Such is Ji'iloyalty.
$1200 and. all Expenses Paid!
See advertisement of American Shuttle
Sewimo Machine, in our advertising col;
All persons knowing themseves indebt-
d to, me will please call and pay up im
mediately. A word to the wise, etc.
Sept.10 tf. C. E. Forgt.
All persons indebted to me by note or
account will please call and settle imme
diately. All accounts not settled by
December 25tb, will be left for collec-
ion. Take notice and govern yourcelf
accordingly, and save your cost.
nov2'5ti Jacob Vallebt, Jr.
Mrs, Kate Simpson would resp tfully
any to her frieri'ls and tha pub s that
he has made arrangements to enlarge
her clnss of tnaic scholars, and would
be pleased to instruct an7 who may wish
to take lessons on PUnn Forte. Enquire
at residence, corner Vine and Second
streets Plattsmouth. FellSif
Mrs. XT. II BiSSCTT,
Agent for Pianos, Organs and Melodeons,
espectfully invites those desirous of
purchasing instruments to call at hrr
residence and see one of Estey's College
Organs; also, an illustrated catalogue,
showing a variety of styles. feb25ic6
The copartnership heretofore existing
between J. U. Simpson W. Micketwat
and E Buttfrv undr the firm name of
Simpson, Mickblwait & Co., is this day
dissolved by Mr E tSutterv retiring from
said firm. Simpioo & Jlieselwuit &
sumes all liabili'.i'S o' the late firm and
eollects all dbts due sum-1, and will ;on
tiniiA the Lumber b isineas at the old
stand. Simpson, Mickklwait & Co.
Having bought out the interest of E
Buttery in the late firm of Simpson Miok
elwait & Co. it is absolutely necensar.v
that the business f i the late firm should
be settled ip. Thereforo we shall ex
pect all persons owing us to call and pay
up, as we cannot givo longer time.
Simpson At. Mickklwait.
r'att?Tir).jtli. Neb. Fel 2-.tf.
IM It II UltS
Don't you bay the Wier, Deer or any
other Cultivator until you go to Forgy's
shop and examine E. NewIon'eCelebra
ted Patent Walking Cultivator. It is the
champion. 0. E Forgy is manufactur
ing them, and is making the shove. a out
of the best refined cast steel, and the
wood work of (he best timber that can
be bad. This Plow is victonou where
evsr exhibited with others. This Plow
took the premium over tha Wier Plow in
his own county See testimonials:
This is to certify that I attended the
Iowa State Fair, held at Clinton, Octo
ber 1, 2, 3 and 4, 18G8, and my Improv
ed Cultivator was examined and found to
be one of two of the best out of some
thirty different Cultivators Premiums
withheld. Ed Newlox. a
Illinois Stale Fair, Quincy, Sntember,
1833. Newlon's Cu tivator was examin
ed and found to be one of four or the
best on the ground. Premium withheld.
J Rider, Agent
Pickaway county, Ohio, Sp., 1868
Newlon's Cultivator was awardod the
first premium over all others.
Orid Lctret Agent.
I certify that my Cubivstor was award
ed the first premium in Warren county,
Illinois, over all others in 180S. '
(Take notice, this is in Wier'i own
Wier's Flow was at all of these Fairs,
except in Ohio, and I beat him every
Levi Todd, Eq., Mt. Pleasant precinct,
Cass county. Neb , is the only man that
has ever used this plow in Nebraska, ex
cept some of his neighbors, and 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.
There were 15 different Cultivators pres
ent. Erery plow in the match had either
diamond or twisted shovels, excet mine.
1 was one out of five of the best 15. Pre
mium withheld. EdNewlon. ,
Chenoa III. Newlon's Plow Victorius
over all others, at a plowing march here.
Kingman a Co., Agents
Xorth Henderson, III. 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 found
to be one of the best of two out of seven.
Premium withheld. C. E. Forgy.
Reasons why you should buy of For
cy: , .
1st The shovels are ot tne Dst cast
steel, which no other shovel Plow can
2d. My Plow is easier handled.
3d. It is much lighter on vour team.
4th. They arc made at home and the
money you pay for the plow stas here;
and you can get it in the fall with the
corn vou raise.
5th. If your plow breaks, you know
where to go with it. If you break a cast
ing in an Eastern made plow, you have
to lav out of the use of it until you can
send East and get a new one.
6th. The Plow is nicely arranged to
raise or lower, to suit high or low corn.
7:h. They are the best in uso.
8'h. They are all warranted to give
the be?t cf satisfaction after three days
Scad in your orders early.
January 23 m3.
All persons indebted to us. either by
note or account, will please call nnd set
tle immediately, as we wish to close our
accounts by Dec. 25th.
nov26tf. Vallert & Rcffxer.
Ia District Court 2d Judicial Dilri-t within a id for
Cass county, Neb.'aska.
Thomas L Bar. 7 vs H E Hills and J J Dixn ell, De
T" II E ITill and J J Dlxwell, non resident. Defen
dant : Ton are bceby ni tiSrd that Thi.uia-i L i.arry
plaintiff in the ab .ye entitled c.iuse. Ins on the 4'h
day of M.rch, 1BC9. 6b d his petition in the DWtrirt
Court of the 2-1 Judici-1 Ditrict, Kill. in ai d for
Ca county, Nebraska the eljct and prayer of said
petition is to obtain a decr-eor sM t ourt uiye.-tirv
you of all riht, title, lutrr fct and claim in any
inat.ner or form to the sou'hwest quarter or Fecilon
No thiity-one in Township eleven north or range
thirteen, east of ta. 6i b P M, and to confirm and
quiet the title to sai-l land free from all incumbrance
ia the said Thomas L Barry, plaintiff herein.
You are required to answer aid petition on or be
fore the 12ih friay o priV
Viitd March 4tb, lsbtf.
TTIOMAS L BA.RRT,
By Jax well 6k Chapmib his att'y uar4w4
REED, BEAEDSLEY & CO,
Real Estate Ag nts ,
WEEriXG WATER, AEBRSKA.
Li nds bought, manage) and sold. Valuable Tim
ber Land for s.tlc. Taxn paid for Non-residents
Collections promptly attended to.
march Z6 186.
WM- J- HVATT, Proprietor,
First-rate Stabling and Wagon Tards for the ac
commodation of the put tic, also a good stock of
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
to let on Terr reasnnable)trm.
Stublnon Mam st-e-H, oea 'Omits tb e 6HER-
DiN UOUSB. PlatUmooth, Neb. Dee3ltf
Pleasant View Nursery
I bay on band and for sale a fine asso.tme "itof
consisting of tne choicest Tart?tyci 3 year eld
Adapt) to this soli and climate. Sit iatd
Two and a ha'f milts southwest vj Plaits
Male 01 Female, wh can eat u from 111 to .V) per
week at borne. AllGoo-la will be 1 .msined toAiienis
to be pa.d tor when sold, and -ami lea sent free. For
full particulars address, with stamp,
4wt FOOT k C LA KK, Detroit, Mich.
JAMES O'NEIL is my authorized A pent for the
collection of all account ) dar ti e undersigned for
medical services; his receipt will be valid for the
I oayment of any monies oo said tce nnta.
FOR SALE OR TRADE I
good darelii' g, containing (ix tm m. r -o 1
. A v lift . im cl-iern, m wen. 4lun- wu"Qneti
nd b iir i fhej ou the lot, mtuitr on the dm. r
Svi-mh anil Locust lr-t : l-o a two norv brick
ui rtiiir, 2S3S. with ;w 1U, situate on Fifth street
'r li of lain. The nbore property lll lie sold
h ,i for cash or traded for mo improVei! fat tn in
For particular apply on the prenvet.
Allperon inlebte l uie ra req wftert to fall
jnd t'e immtdUtely. as I niujt a d wid he
thi ."tiled forthwith.
Ho19tf. ' GEO. BOECK.
O. T. JOHNSON.
ECGZNK B. LEWIS.
0. F. JOHNSON & CO.
(opposite Clark St Plummer,
Newspapers, Magazines !
&c, &cM &c.
Prj-riD'i03S carcfu'ly compounded V-J an epe- I
i j n., ,,i i augS ula. I
rlencea urujfJ,l-U l
Feed, Sale and Livery
Main St., - - Tlattsmouth.
I am prepared to acronimodate the public wtt
Horses, Carriages and Buggies,
Alao, a nice Hearse,
On short notice nnd reasonable terms, a "'
run to steamboat landing, ami to an v "
city when desired. slMvnv
Wm. W. Irish, Proprietor.
Corner of Main and Third Slrcet,
Doard by the day
day or week Chnre-s - .'dcrst
S'aeen l-ve tliU H iusc uasly fr '1 P"int
lortli, 3outb, Eastauii Wet. nl-v.
EI 12 R ES III A. N IIEUOLD
tlvin IxinL-ht o.it the entire Stuck of Goods from
O. O. lleri.ld, it ready lo offer
G II EA T LVD U CEME.X TS
I ghallsell Good.-. Lit itl.it TUABi TUH LtJiSl,
,t Cah, Wheat, Coru, Hides, furs or any kind ot
My Stuck. Consists of
GROCERIES , DRY GOOI &
u:jots. shoes, clothisg,
HATS awl CAPS, POCKET .
AO 'OA'S, ETC.
!(.. Fve me call at my new brick building neur
he M. E. Chanh, north side t f Minitrtet.
HE REM AM HEUOLU
XEW MEiT 3IARKET!!
y - 1
CORXER 2d c MAIX STREETS,
veep coaatanily ou hacd ibe best of
All Kinds of Meats,
which they can furnish their customers at ibe
BEST OF EA2ES FOR CASH I
July 2 J. 1SSS 3m.
Empire Bakery !
8tl ST., OPPOSITE "NEW YORE STORE."
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEB
. . CAKES,
kepi on hand at all times.
. HUBERT l
A Great Jovelty !
I, 'OR 25 cents and one red stamp, we send any
; pjrt6 samplrs rIi ditferent of onr
Hew Golden Fouatain Pen,
Holi-irg ink to write . .
lOO LINES AT ONE DIP.
10 ver day inarantied to Agents. Single samples
lo cents. Circulars tree. Address
R H Yi-ONQ A CO..
One door wesl of Donelan's Drug-slore
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
HATS. fA PS. LOOTS SHOES,
TRVSKS, YA LlSEti,
and a general stock of
For the Plains; also, a large lot of
RUBBER CLOTHLYG. REVOLV
ERS jSJTD A"OTIOJ'S.
We bought low and will sell cieap for ca?h. Ca).
and examine oar slock before ou buy any whf re eHel
Jyl '66 Wm. STADLLMANN A CO
Thom is w. shryock.
' AND DEALER .V ALL K1SDS OF
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD ETREET. (Kcar Maia,)
PLA TTSMO UTH, JM BRA SKA.
Heparins' am! Varni-hlns neatly done.
X3T Funerals atteuded at the shortest notice.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
IN THE BIRLE,
BY REV- DANIEL MARCH. D- D-
For fall, free, Sowing c! a aikling, pure and
graceful sijle ; tor i.oeti p- n ii fur beauty i
thought and rich lowi p im arit.- tion ; for nc
analysis of character, rra- hie deline lona and ri"
?chtiart$hip ; for life- like v ciurg. r lowing w rd
and bvppy lllantrations. th wo k 1 a no eqa !.
Suh comm.Qlatinne. aa the abov bas bee-t le
cived from Bishop Simps in, Rey Al ert Baroe
Nnaii Porter, D. D.LLD, W. A- s earns. D. I ,
Geo. Pana BfHrdraaa. D. D.. I tt ' Wiley, D. D..
Samuel W. Fi her. D. P., LL D , and lendiug C'T
eymen and (be Pre of all Ucnoiuti i tiona. b nd
for Oircilars enntaininx the s.iw. Aa"'t
..nvvtm ir.tinir wl.h nnsirill d aniTMn. I
i- a most beautifu 'ly i'Iuj ra ed acd elegantly bourn'
book, and pleases eyeryho: .
Conmisxions, $100 to $200 per month,
according to ability nr.d enenrr. Address
z' in i.iK, aiccui:iy a c..
Philadelphia. Pa., Cincinnati. O.. Chicago, Til..
St. I.out Jto. decl7o87:ioG.
NOTICE ! ! NOTICE!!
I am now receiving my
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF GOODS,
and desiie to call special attention to thesame, an
solicit a careful examination of the
GOODS AND PRICED
before purchasing eUewhere, as I ara determined to
KEEP MY 'STOCK
ao large an i
and the prices
so low as to m.ik it the interest of every
FARMER AND MECHANIC
to call and either
BUY OR POST THEMSELVES
- before buying elsewhere.
E. . DOYEV.
Platumoatb, Oct. 1, 13C8- tf.
D. B. McMechan,
IRON, STEEL and NAILS,
BOCK ISLAND PLOWS,
CORiX.P LA A" 7 'E R S,
Cultivators, sulky and walking,
A Large Variety on Hand.
spades, shoved Hoes, Uakes,
A larpe tok now on hand at (mall advance on
IOC Main Street, - Nebraska City.
(Opposite the Seymoir Houf)
SIGN OP THE PAD LOCK.
)r. Barton's Tobacco Antidote.;
riRRAXTED TO BttMOVX All. DESIRK FOR TOBACCO. It
MiVIv rraXuUt aad htirmleu. It vunnet ana carts'
the titood. tnTimrates tha system. DOSbeaaes Rreat ooul.h-
uu al strenibeninfr power, is an excellent tonic aud an-
makes A Mn refreshing, and establishes robiifttbealib.
Dixer.Vnables the atotnacb to oigeet tiis neanief looo.
.S.-jio&rra ni eAicer for mixtv teura cured. P"Xce Fifty
ceuu per tVx. post free. An iuuresling treatisejn the in-
turwus eu:n or tobacco, witn lists or lestimcr.aia, teitr-
eoces, etc, am rasa. Ageois wautea. a
IfH. 1. A. ADDU 1 1, tfCTKJf.17, 4. W.
For sixteen yeaV I was a slaye to tohco, smoking- or
chewinr all the tiik;. Seeing Dr. Bartos Tobacco Anlt
dot. advertised, I pVrhaaed a box. Iiioar days I found
relief, anl lo a weeiAi was xuouoidi-r i;iuu i in
taste and di.ae bot Jtiever far vJmomenl, nnrs then.
BOM I Aod A ' da-w to Inncet th unclean lOinR.
SeatricaAiace "o . Nebraska.
T liava n.ed tobacco rortx-DTe xars. But hove been cured
of the Mobil by one box ot WKU f ;o s Antiaote.
Tim rrrm. XT. fl TttXASrt A. Secrrfnry'e OMre. Please
send a auDnlr of the AstkjV- XA oae recrittd ham
doMite work scbclt. X O. T. tDCAR.
Fao Nw HAHPsatRif StatVPrisos. Gentlemen
of Influence here, havil: been euVd of the afipetne fo,
tobacco by ualiijr Dr. llurton's An'iVite, we desue a sup.
ply foe tue pnaouera oy Uili lilIlluIHr V
fan. 9m rntVfffiMttimS Or TH k LLXGH ANT VAt-
txy Railroad Cotast. PiTTSBtTROU, Ka. 1 have used
tha Antiioia with Araat success. UiscuriiV all my friends.
II UULK9TO5 K.
A CLnoni'i TxSTfwosT. Os Bo.Vor Aitiooti
cured my brotjter ana myseir. it hrvlb iala
ivey. 1. W. DHOIIA1ER, Aveucj .MUUII, A
Tuns th Polio x Headquarters, LtA. i.-f
kaiie gaimM thirty Ho pound of jle'h ia thrtrXjnoruht by
asinir Dr Burtoa's Antidote, and all desire forVibaeco ia
remoreV W. 1. WaV, Jr.
Fha V rtnc Snrrmm Hon Josisit. Balt" xorx.
No.W'h box of Burton's Antidote removed aU Aerire
for fe weed from me. I take pleasure in recommenuis
it trall our readers. a - x . blater, xauu.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ice Sin 3
Improved Farm and Tim
ber t or ftaic
The farm is ai..ut20 miles west from Plattsmouih
1 mi.es wet of Hoover's, on the Mag Koni 6
acres nas peen in cu:uv-tion a iok unne uron n
anl plenty of stock water; it is 8 w qr -ec 27. T 12
K 11 '() acres; and connected with it is lA ar.d
S K qr ofS f. qr ?ec 20, ame T and K (tnnb-rj
90 and S0-KI0 acres, making 350 and SO 10.1 arios.
FUR WIT U RE!
Also the Si w qr ot N w qr of St c 24. T 70, " 44. in
Mills county. Iowa, Due east from Platunwut h, and
1 mile from the river, (heavy timber.) For term
addrers. 1). II s-oLGmON,
mav9f. ; (i!?iiv'd, Iowa.
$ .1 is i: IJ K It A C Ik
O full inlit? suit in-iny link AiliM.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
MATTHEW HLE SMITH'S KEW
"Sunshine and Shadow in JV'rtr Yvk."
A work r. i'!-tc with Aon dole, and Ircidrntr of
Life In The Great Metropolis,
Units a Miri ir of Ntw Yut t, ledtctuig the
SECRETS OF THE GKEAT CITY.
Oi.e Airrnt sold 80 ia one d..y, anrt' er w.ld and
'el .yrr-ii MX .a 5 d .ys. ati nhrr SOI in 7 dava.
No b'ok et-r iubl.!i.ed that pel. o ri'idly
J 1 Y-'ii wih lo know how Kortutiea aie made and
i !.' iu a day ; how Shrewd Men are mine I In
" a. I n -ti; Low "CouonymeV a e Kindldby
biirpers; how MiniKrisaol Men-h hIb are lH.ck
n th-.t ; ow notice Haw and Corert Sai"on art'
;-.Mrl; how GamhliOr lion. en acd L'tte'i- a-e
ndnc'ed: buw sw. lt C in am s ) ipnmr and h. w
he Buhii- Buri-t-, c , rid thi. woik. It t ll yu
lxnt the t"yt'r e nr !ew Torn, and ' coi. tain
icy life nefches of its rot' d mil'tonairr, mer
' ants e. A larire Octayo Vo.nuin 7-J0 pa e,
inrly Illitatratvd. Tlie larfr'st commi'sion gi ven.
lui S! . Circu'arand a (5 (Iret-tibark ,eut fi
u a plic.iic.n. for lull particulars and termi ad
l'es tie ole pnb'isl.er",
J B tJl'BB CO., Hartford, Cocn.
DR. HI. II. ItTCLIJSKYy
O It: jS T 1ST,
Will b at D-. LiTingMon's Office duting belast
.ek In ea. h month A l oideis kfl In lleo,t
flico will promptly attended to.
TRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
And everything needed by the
FARMER s MECHANIC.
Having DUrrhasedthe entire stock ofoidn telore
tiK to W ui ui'i'oid, 1 am re httiui; tb- ttoie tot to in
so d style, and tio.oe to pell gi ods at tl.c old aland
un the tiiobt rcaeonuble leruis.
niarStf J AMK.S O NHI.L.
B.SPrRI.OCK, ' R. FaXTKR M'lS-DHlM
Co. tltrk and Kecordor, Depi'y Cieik i llec'r.
Spnrlock c Windham,
?R0NT ROOMS OF COURT-HOUSE,
Clerk and Treasurer's Office.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Fillcs xaiBiined, and
Tares paid and receipts forward t
rstvitsmotith, June IS, ;$C8 nlj.
Cheap Cash Store !
L. F. REED, . ' V. E. BEABEDSLY.
SICEO & IIEARDMLEV,
WEEPI G WATER. NEBRASKA
W'Ehnve just openel a larpe stock of Goods ct
Weeping Water, consibtins of.
Wooden Ware, Notions,
At.d every tltinir thf faxm-r and mchanle niln.
Styles ar.d ra .es to mit. To buy elsewhere m be
well, to buy h re is well always well often b t-
ti-r .ffn hext Call and ee. Look al the Goods.
A-ikforthe price. Consider well. and do what Is
wisest. All Goods warranted a represent' d.
EEED it LEAKDSI.EY,
July 30 tf.,
Weeping Water Mills.
-1 armers, go where you can get tht
best Flour and the most of ill
83 IhmofX X X FLO UU and 13 B of ERA
j giveu in exchange for good Wheat.
We are also doing erist wort 2 and. with nnr in.
iread facilities, fwi assnr-d that we r.n u s.
'test and the mcicl fluur of any niill in the State.
PRODUCE BOUGHT AM) SOLD.
HIGHEST MARKET TRICE PAID. ;
REED & CLINTON. "
March 26th, lbGS.
Parmele 8c Kershaw
IiATIl. TITIBEK, &c .
r. n. PARMELE,
August 27th, 1SCS.
7? & eve.
REV. HENRY DAYL!E3. A. M.
assisted by Compete r.t Iotr':ciors.
Glentrt odiR flelih't.'u : y located, healthful, niorsl
and tay of acres by public conveyance. las-n-if
r over the C. B &. i-t. J'M H It. stop at Pacilic
' ity. and thence taken by Stagf three m .la, lo
From 5 bi :i vr Term. Pupils admitted a'any
time. B' ard, $2.fjO to 3.&0 per week. -
Winter Term begins Xoyt niber l(5ri ; SHr:ng term
February 9 h ; Summer te m lay 4ih.
for fur'her particulars adores the PreiHni.
' A-SCMII. !-.7 K. U. L'.VXS iTOT -.r. I
Ft I t1 1' rh'.r-brM . poetm ta-s
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