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She gdtoha guraML
President Grant has signed the
fiad tenure of office bill.
Tho river has bean rising ainee jester
daj morning. 1
A new roof baa been pat on the public
iobool building and other improvements
Hon. C II. Gere, of the Lincoln Com
monwealth, returned from Washington
The Commonwealth is opposed to the
recant enactment relating to the State
A concurrent resolution has been
adepted.wherebj Congress is to adjourn
We have heard it intimated that an
ehction was held in this city last Man
daj. - - -
The regular April Term of the District
Court for this county will commence
Tbe News says Capt. Bedford, of No
tnaha county, ia engaged in securing the
right of way for the Trunk Road.
The Local of an Omaha paper, spends
)iis leisure hour in trying to kill mioe,
but reports himself oat of Iuok.
CaWio Bradway, for several yeara a
resident of Nebraska City, was shot and
killed, last week, near Council Bluffs.
Ex-Mayor Pottengor arrived at home
from Washington on Friday of last week
looking as robust and heavy aa ever
The Wood river bridge on theU. P. R.
R. broke down recently and -precipitat
ed fire freight cars in the river. No lives
Rev. A. J. Swarts was ordained Elder
at. the recent Conference at Nebraska
City. Swarts goes to Peru station.
The A'aus saysthe grasshoppers are
batching out in that locality by the peck.
We have not heard of one in Cass coun-
J ' ...
The many friends of Rev. J. J. Rob.
arts, in this locality, will be pleased to
learn that Lo remains in thin city for an
other Conference year.
We have recoived a copy of the very
able speech delivered by Senator John
M. Thayer, of this State, in favor of the
repeal of tbe Tenure of office law. ,
Shannon is rebuilding his carriage
house. He is putting up a substantial
building this lime, one that the snow
will hardly crush.
The Commissioners met in regular ses
ion last Tueaday and transaotei a large
amount of business. They hold an ad
journed aession on the 19th.
Waters, of the Chronicle ,:say '9 the first
opy he saw of Harvey's "Nebraska as
it U," read, edi5ed by A. F. Harrey.
pro-noter of wealth and population." .
Tbe City Council have ordered a spe
cial election on the 24th inst. to choose
a Councilman to fill the vacancy caused
by the tie between Marshal! and Oass.
Large numbers of this week's Herald
hould be bought up by the Sioux In
dians. ' It is aeldom they haTe a chance
to tee their nam PrIn'
VTbe city of Omaha has decided not to
boud their city scrip issued in 1857 and
53 by a vota of 578 to 93. Rather a
decisive vote. .
- A number of our citizens have made
up a puree and sent east for a "first
class' velocipede, of the two wheeled
It will be here soon-
The Nebraska Conference of the M. E
Church has publicly endorsed the Good
Tmnla.ra organization as an aid to
- r o
The Steam Transfer boat, P. F. Geisse
un last Tuesday, moraine for
r - r - "
Omaha. She will ply between that city
and Council Bluff.
O. S. Fowler, the great Phrenological
man, ia to be in Nebraska City shortly
on a lecturing tour. Let us have him in
The U. P. R- R- Company ia reported
aa owing about two millions in Omaha
A good many men are feeling ahaky
about the knees in consequence.
We had the the pleasure of meeting
3dr. Wm. Dowers, of South Bend, in the
city last Monday. Mr. D. is one of the
Hie men of South Bend.
The Nebraska City papers report pur
onnt eleotion an issuinz county bonds
ery close. We consider majority of
' 230 io a total vote of 1100 a pretty sub
Don't buy jrour plows until you have
lien me. 11 E. G. Dovxr.
The Chronicle sajs tha U. S. Turner,
of the St. Louis packet line, was recent
ly driven ashore twenty-fiv miles below
Nebraska City and almost totally wreck
ed. ! "
We laarn from the Omaha Republican
that Gov. Butler and Gen. Striokland
ware both injured somewhat by the rail
road aeoident last week near Cbilieotbe,
Mo. A portion of the train was thrown
from the track in consequence of the in
sufficient fastening of the switob. Gov
Butler was bruised considerably about
the head and breaai, and Gen. Strick
land was braised on tbe back of the
Two valuable residence Iota for sale.
Enquire of ., ' . M. McElwaix.,
Our old fried and fellow laborer, J
Newt. Hays, of the Fremont Tribune ar
rived ia this city last Saturday and re
mained until Monday. . Hays ia the same
"jolly soul" as formerly, and gets up
one of the neatest and best papers in the
The following are. the city officers eleot
ed last monday;
Mayor -V II Wheeler
. Recorder Wm L Wells
Treasurer S Duke
Aldermen Wm Winterstine, C Heisel,
F S White. E B Murphy, (a tie between
J W Marshall and P P Gass.)
Marshal 11 B Murphy . , "
St Com miss ioner John Holsehuh
Republicans, on beth tickets.
We were pleased to meet last Monday,
oar old friend Dr. L.Child4on the streets
of Plattsmoath onee more. The Dr.'s
health has been poor during the past
year,consequent!y his visits to the river
are few and far between. The Dr. has
recently been appointed p. m. at the
Thej UiJ julia a little excitement in
Nehraxk OUj tba other day; Mr. Thiel
son, Chief Engineer of the B. & M. road
passed np on a boat, for this city. Look
out for a rise in town lots in Nebraska
City, and various newspaper articles re
lating to th B. fc M Road coming there.
The number of children in attendance
at the publio schools in Nebraska City
during the past six months was 600, and
tbe amount paid for teacher's salaries,
rent of school houses, wood,' and other
expenses, during that time, was $9,000.
No wonder Otoe gave a Republican ma
jority last fall. -
It is said that Messrs Wolf & Carpen
ter have over five hundred men and
about fifty teams at work on one mile of
the B. & M.;R. R..inthe eastern part of
this county. At this rate it will not take
long to do the work in this county, which
is mostly -light. Mr. Alexander, the
boteber, informs us that they eat- up
from five to six heavy beevej, at tbe
above named work, every day. Adams
We are in receipt of a neat pamphlet,
of about 40 pages, written and rublished
by Aug. F. Harvey, of the Lincoln Slates
man, cuwtiiea -Niru : :. i
treats of those matters which are most
desirable to eastern people who eon
template removing to the west, and
is as fair and candid a representation of
Nebraska as has ever been published to
the world. Parties desiring copiei sent
to friends in the east can hare them mail
ed direct from Lincoln by forwarding
the address to whioh they are desired
sent, and the small sum of 25 cts. to pay
for the pamphlet, to A. F. Harvey, Lin
Mr. Daniel Sweeney, of South Bend,
nforma us that ho makes excellent su-
gar equal il.not superior to mat maae
... . . .. . I
from sugar maple rrom the sap oi tne i niarkel3t a3 Wt;i 0, a liberal ad
Common Black Walnut. This may or vance on every article of produce ex-
may not be news to our farmer readers,
but it certainly surprised us when we
were told that a good article of clear,
palatable sugar could be manufactured
from the sap of the common black wal-
.,aud that the sap yielded a greater
per cent, of sugar than that of the hard
Per ceu .. ..
maple Will some one else tr, the ex-
periment and report progres.. I
r . I
The following are the appointments
M.ii. k tliA rjhrMkii. Annual Confr-
Nebraska City District T B Lemon,
Nebraska City GS Alexander. c;
Tern A J Swarta. '
Peru Circuit S P Swarts.
London I F Britt.
Nemaha City Richard Burge. :
Rulo and Falls R C Johnson.
Salem W S Blackburn. . i,
Falls City Martin Prichard.
Table Rock L W Smith, one to ba
Pawnee City-W A Presson. . i. i
Blue Spring U P Mann.
Beatrice G W Elwood.. . -
Tecumseh T D Paddock.
Laona A L Folden.
Factory viile W B Slaughter.
Lincoln District C W Giddings,
E. - --' - ' -
Lincoln II T Davis.
Ashland T M Munhall. t
Plattsmoath J J Roberta.'
Mt Pleasant J B Maxfield."
Rock Bluffs J W Taylor.
Oak Creek M B Griffin
North and West Blue L Oiifer, W M
Upper Nemaha JT;Cannon.
"Indian Settlement and Rockford J
Perkins. I ' l ' -
Saline W P Grantham. t- 'f '
South Platta L W Comstock.
Omaha District A Q White, P E.
Omaha II O Westwood.- -Bellevue
J M Adair.
t-. . n.iu t v. a:nA
Deeatur-Lewi. Janey, and F B P"-
Dakotah Joel Warner.
Fremont J A Van Anda.
Elkhern Joseph W Martin.
Schuv'.er and Columbus To be sup
Wood River David Marqnett.
North Platte To be aopplied.
West Point F. M Estabrook.
M F Shin, Agent for tracts and Sun-
davSchools; member of Fremont Quar
terly Conference. '( i
W I Niohola transferred to Nevada
Demorest's Young Americi. This in
teresting juvenile looks bright, quaint
and aaucysever, in a. new colored cor
er,tbat will aet all the children wild with
delight. Among its features are a kite
a puzzle picture, ar-d lota of storiea and
charades. A "Resolve Club" is the laV
est editorial novelty, and each subscrib
er who ioins it receives a badza. No
wonder the children like Youno America
Published at 833 Broadway, New York
$1.50 per year. Send ten cts. for a speci
Ogden has been selected as tbe point
of junction between th Union Pacific
and tbe Central Pacific Roads. The gap
is about closed, acid traica will be run
ning through to the Pacific in a very few
days. Then the hope of years will be
realized, and one can go by rail from the
Atlantic to the Pacific - How many of
the "Old Californ'.ans" will remember
the earlv davs. whon thev assd to talk
about waiting till the railroad was com
pleted before they would return home.
All persons indabted 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. VntisT & Rcrrxia.
" 01ZOO and all Expenses I'aid !
See advertisement of Americas Shuttlx
SawiMO Machine, in our advertising col
umns. , : : ' lJ
II & M II R
We clip tbe following sensible ar
tide from the last Lincoln Common
Messrs Thielson and Smith, repre
senting the interests of the Burlington
and Missouri River Railroad, have
been in our city to make arrangements
for immediately pushing their road to
this point. Without regard to the
sympathy we feel for other important
and favorite routes, tbe advantages ot
this road should be candidly and tin
cerely considered. When completed
to this puiut it will be the shortest and
most direct through route io all the
important cities of the north-east; anil
when continued westward will give us
direct communication with the . mining
districts, which are destined ' to be
worked extensively, and soon to afford
to important and iovaluable market
for our products. And this being one
of the finest, if not the best, grain
raising State in tbe Uaion, and nearest
to the great mining regions. Uur
. . i J . L
people wisi reap ni an cany uay lue
benefits of this great enterprise. L,t
me people ot this section, particularly
those of Cass and Lancaster, look
carefully as lo hov their interests lie
this matter, and make arrangements
with the first, best and most reliable
company, that is fully competent in ev
ery respect to carry out the plans they
propose, to beneht the grtatest Dura
ber of the inhabitants of our State
It is true that this road has received
liberal grants from the Gen. Gov t.,
but this fact should not keep us from
helping ourselves, or from aiding to
push forward with vigor an entt-rprise
which will augment every lnaiviauai
interest as well a.t the general good.
In this manner wa will get merchan
iie t a tiqid advance above Chica
This will more than equal the' tri-
fling tax on our lands, ine company
will al9 bring into market an amount
or. lanus "' - -
taxable property of the county, whxh
"ill make room for and I give an impe
m m immigration. This immieraiion
.. h wi)j asUl Uf m ptyiDg ineni.
rw,. ' i .t . n r u ..
It) is is leaving out vi uttoum an ui mc
improvements, ias ru
i. - - i i
stations the company will build in the
I county, a well as the advance of prop
erty id the county, inese iacts mer I
it me canaiu nueu iuu ui uuiuc iiu,
and Of our citizens, generai.y.
Atrocious Murder In ki sarpy
. - i
The residents of Millville. or as it i
more generally kbwD m c,
i : -" i
Mill, were thrown into a lever or tx . ... . -
aim, weieiu.il cover ing the corn, it is supplied with a
clement on Sunday afternoon by ihel" - .
announcement that Mr. JL. U Luce, a
! nnnn,i wi.h the m Ills,
I " - mt
uau uccu uiui-.j " .
nort was found to b too true, and the
neighbors started to seek the muraer
et Ile waa aooa aiscoverea luruing
in an oui bouse, and escorted to Belle
I vua. from whence be was brought lo
thia city yesterday by Sheriff Bowles,
Justice Koberuao ana levi ivimoie,
I Era.. 'of Sarpy county.
It appears mat tae prisoner, wnose
name is Charles Verchailla, had been
formerly employed at the. mill. - He
left, and some pans of tbe macninery
were misting, and were supposed ol8aid firm. Simpson & Mickelwait aa
have been stolen bv hira. He re- leumes all liabilities or the le.te firm and
turned a f e w days since and went to
i . . -II I - mis him tn loae that
the miU. Luce told bi n to
something to that effect Verchailla
left, but returned on aunday. ana again
approaching Luce, asked him what he
meant by such lacguage.' Some reply
was made bv tbe deceased, wnen toe
prisoner exclaimed "You bad no
business to say what you did about me
yesterday," at the same time drawing
a revolver and nnng ine tan en
te red the cheek, a liu'e below the eye
and lodged in the base of the brain
WheQ hott Luc8 grdrpIed wilh his
assailant, and while on the ground,
vercnai ia arew a uirn auu
inches long and .stabbed him through
the luns. He died instantly.
.. The prisoner is a young man of
'some twecty three or four years of
age, lightly built; about five feet ten
inches in heizbt, with sandy hair anda
red mjstache. ai.d is not bad looking.
' We understand that Judge ' Lake
has signified bis willingness to hold a
special term in Sarpy county to try
ibis case. Republican.
r I WINDOW SHADES "
A full supply of all kind and colors,
just received by ' Doom, Bro. & Co.
300 Bushels White Neshanaocks.
Highest price paid for more,
Doom, Bao. & Co.
IV EW GOODS
We are constantly receiving
Boots and Shoes
Which wa are determined to sell as low
as any House on tbe Missouri river.
Call and examine Doom, Bro. Co.
DOOM, BRO. & CO.
Wants 1000 lbs. of Butter.
All persons knowing themseves indebt
ed to me will please call and par 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
tion. Take notice and govern yourcelf
accordingly, and save your cost.
novzotf Jacob V ALLxtT, jr.
I - "VANU1VER "
The King of Corn Planters.
The best and most reliable in use, it has
advantages over all others which we
guarantee most positively:
It is lighter of draft, fjhaving gang
wheels forward allowing the tongue to
pjay j the neck yoke,causing no weight
on the horses neck, though the heaviest
man r-1(je a9 operator, it works free on
. .. . accommodate itself
. i - . i j i -
to an unevenness oi mo gruuou, us
wide opening at the heel of tbe runners
-ino, tha corn to scatter in tho hill.
n . attachlBent acluaUy
. .., ,
without injuring vdo gram, a.so arm ana
I -. .1 .ti..kmant .rtrt. .-Ft i . 1 1 n I t 11 t o
1 , ' . .rt n, pif. :
J "J", , !.".:. '" 7: ' ..Tl.
we fullr warrant it in eery particular
Farmers call and aee the macDine,and w?
also refer you to th ae who used them in
this Ticinitj last season. .
lxark & rixmiiR, ag'ts
The copartnership heretofore existing
between J- D. Simpson W. Mickelwait
and E Buttery under the brm name or
Simpson, Mickelwait & Co., is this day
HianolTed bv Mr E. BatterT retirinz from
collects all debts due same, and will oon-
I tmua ine uumuar u iaiucae it uo
Und Sn,P90y, Mickklwait & Co.
Having boueht out the interest of E
Battery in the late firm of Simpson Miok-
elwait & Co. it is absolutely necessary
that tbe business of the late firm should
ba settled up. Therefore we shall ex
pect all persons owing us to call and pay
up, as we cannot give longer time.
' &!BtPSO"V d& itllCKKLWAIT.
riattsmoutb, Neb. Feb25,tf. ''-
Foa Sali. A light spring wagon.
E - f ( Sax. M. Cbaphak.
Mrs, Kate Simpson would reap tfully
say to her friends and the pub J that
she haa made arrangement to enlarge
ber class of music scholars, and would
be pleased to instruct any who may wish
to take lessens on Piano Forte. Enquire
at residence, corner Vino and Second
streets Plattsmonth. FeblStf
Plattsmonth Lodge No- 6, A- F- &
; . . A.M.
R'.g'ti ircommanletlonlst and 3d Monday, ofeich
mouth, at 6 1 I o'ciork. p. m.
R. K. LIVINQ3TOX, W. IT.
G. C. BKTT9. See.
I. .0-0- F.
Rpf alar meMng of Platte L1e, No. 7, 1. O. O.
F. ery fatuailajr eTenliiK at 7,f o'clock p. m.
Brutlirra of other Lodge are lorited to viait tbil
LchIkb. By order of i '
8 SAaf. M. CHAPXAS, N. G. .
WM. L. Wbx.l, Rec. Sec'y. -
Nebraska Cnapter No- 3, R- A. K.
KeRaljrcenTocationa 2d and 4tb Taeadayi of
etch month, at 1-2 o'clock p. m.
- K. T. DTKE.JH.P.
O C. BETTS, See.
O XI. H. iTl'CIirSKY,
D JK US" T I S T
Will be t Dr. LIlnglon' Offlce durin)f the last
week in each month. All order left in the pott-
office will prompt! y.attcmled to.
Lounges, Tables, Safes,
Of all desariptions and at all prices.
Metalic Burial Cases,
Of all sixes, also
Ready made, and sold cheap for cash.
With many thanks for past ptrona, I Inrite
all to call and examine nr lare atock of vorni mrr
aaJ Cv'ifioa. . JanUd f.
Fruit and OrnamQntai
GHAPES, SHRUBS PUNTS
Greenhouse Bedding and Plants,
Cultivated and fur aale at the
Mr. 'Shearman, the nruprietor, haa had twenty
years' operit lire in r.iis.uK fruit in tbr nnrthwc.t
and ertrj ttim w hich he .en(b out may be rrl ed on
aa.beinir (erft'ctly hardy and well jiiapled to thia
For (-'Jtlot-ne, Pi ice List and other Infurmatioa
J. S. SHEARMAN,
Jfarf.h 18.1801 Proprietor.
Pleasant View Nursery
I hT on hand and for aale a fine asso.tme ntuf
NURSERY S TO CIS.
consisting of the choiceft TarietT cl 3 year old
Adapted to this (oil and climate. 8itaatid
Two and a half miles southwest of Plaits-
. Perry Walker.
Feed. Sale and Livery
Main St., - - Plattsiouth
I &m prepared to accommodate th public wtt
Iorses, Carriages and Buggies,
Also, a nice Hearse,
Cln .hnrt nntlea anil reasonable terms. ' A Hack Will I
ran to steamboat landing, and to all parts of the
ity when desired.
WM- J- HlATT, Proprietor,
: ' - .
j PLATT9KOCTH, NIBRA8LA.
' Flnt-rata Stabling and Wagon Tarda for th ac-
commodatioa of the pat lie, also a g'od stock of
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
to let on very reasonableterm.
Stable on stain street, aey o i,nio tn nncn,
D AN HO0SK, PU'Umouth, Neb. Dec31tf.
, Dealer in
IRON. STEEL and NAILS,
BOCK ISLAND PLOWS,
Cultivators, sulky and walking,
A Large Variety on Hand.
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes,
a large stock now on hand at small advance on
106 Mam Street, - Nebraska City,
(Opposite the Seymour House) ' f i
SIGN OF THE PAD-LOCK.
Q JB. McCAIsIsTJM:,
ManuNctarerof and dealer In
Saddles and Harness,
nr. errdeacrintlon. wholesale and retail. Ko. 1301f
Main street, between lk and 6th treets, Nebraska
EEED. BEARDSLEY & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
WEEriKO WATER, hEBRkSKA.
l.i nAm lwnrht- maaictd and Hold. . Valuable Tim
ber Land for ante. "TaXd paid for Non-reaidnw
Collection (.romatly attended to. -
march 28 S68.
B. 8prLoca. R. BaxTEa Wisdhim
Co. Clerk and Recorder, Dept'y Clerk Rec'r,
Spurlock & Wirdham,
FRONT ROOMS OF COURT-HOUSE
Clerk and. Treasurer's Office.
LANDS BOUGHT &. SOLD.
Titles Examined, and
Taxes - paid : and - receipts forvcarde
FlattamoBth, June 1S.1848 nil.
o, r. Jonxsox.
KCGEXK B. LEWIS
a P. JOHNSON & (JO.,
(oppesite Clark Si Flummer,)
&c, &c, &c.
PretcrlpMone car fully eojaponnded by an expe
rienced Drngaist. aug6 n!8.
Cheap Oash Store !
L. F. REED, P. E. BEAREDSLY.
REED BEARDS LEY,
WEEPING i WATER, NEBRA.SKA
WE hare Jnst opened a lane stock of Goods t
Weeping- Water, constating of
Wooden Ware, Notions,
Ar.d ererjr thing th- farmer and mechanic needs
Styles and grades to niit. To buy elsewhere Biibf
well, to boy here Is well always well often b-t-ter
"ften bet. Call anil ee. Look at the Goods.
Ask for the price. Conrider well, and do what It
wineat.. .All tioods warranted a represented.
July 80 tf.
NCW ME VT MARKET!!
v . . ' - -
: ;'GEO. FICKLER,
CORNER 2d 4- MA IX STREETS,
Keep constantly on hand tbe best of
All Kinds of Meats,
which they can furnish their customer at 'he
BEST OF RATES FOR CASH I
Jnly 8d.lS69 3m.
Empire Bakery !
id Sr..SffiOSITK"yEV YJSX STOSK."' ,
PLATTSMOUTH, - ' .-.NEB
kept on hand at all times. ,
. HDD ERTY.
Weeping Water Mills.
Farmers, go where you can get ihe
besi f7our and ihe nost 0y iL
85 IhtoX XX FLOUR and 12 Of if BRA
gim la exchange for good Wheat.
Wa am also datnc rrist work; and. With our in
creased facilities, feel assared that we can give the
beg I and the most Soar of any mill in the State.
PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD
HIGHEST MARKET ?BICE PAID. ' i
REED & CLINTON.
March 26t, 188.
F U R W IT U R E!
Thomas w. sheyock,
AKD DEALER IS ALL K1SDS OF
Furniture and Chairs.
THIRD STREET, (Sear Mala,)
ReparioR and Varol-hlnt neatly done.
X3T Funerals attended at th shortest aotlce.
FOR SALE OR TRADE !
A good dwelling, containing six rortns. a (red
celiar, and cirtein. a well, stable, word shed
and bos-fr, shed on the lot, situate on the e-rt t-r f
SeTeoth and Lorust streets ; alo, a two atorr hrick
kuildinfr, 2S36, with two lou, sitaate on Fifth street
north of Jlain. The aboe property will be sold
cheap for cash, or traded f t an ImproTed faim In
Ca.s count .
For particulars apply on the prtmiret.
All persons inlebt.l to me are requested to call
and aettle Immediately, as I must and will haT
them settled forthwith. ;
NoTl9tf. ? GEO. BOECK.
LOTS AND LANDS
The nndersisned Commissionera appointed by aa
act of tbe Legislature of the State cf Mrbr.ka, en-
itled "An Act to PrvTiae ror ine eaie oi me unimu
f.nis and Blor.ka on the town aits of Lincoln, and
for the Locaont and Erection of a State Ui lverlty,
and Altricultural College and SUte Lunatic Asylum
approved Feb 15, 1S69," will at
Capital of the State of .Nebraska
3d of June, A. D. 1869,
Commencing at IO a. in.
Offer at public rale.the unK-ld lotn and blocks In the
town of Lineoln. Said pioperty enncists of tho odd
numnercl blocks, the even number havloa been aold
eretefore by the State and now largely occupied by
huildiuga. The term of Bai l sale will be Cash, sad
for nt im than the ..pr.tsed value, faid apprais.
nv?nt to be made ty the Commissioners.
40,000 ACRES OF
w will at ihn amn dmn and noon th' same
te m offer at Public Auction near 40,000 acres of
One Agricultural Lau b.h ..i-m tu mo ouie, lying
fn m one to ten miles Irom Lincoln.
We would add that Lincoln has a population oi
wt-lve hundred ii.habitaaf. and Is rspidly growing
into both political and commercial Importance. The
Capitol Building is uow cotmleted ai.d the session
oi the Lei.-Iatu'e Ju t cloud wa held in it. The
action of said Levilature to far as it related to fu.
nre interests of this place wa a favorable as tha
most ardent of its li lends could ak.
A K'-neral r.ilroal h.w was passed under which
some flve or six railroad companies centering here
oropoRe to avail ilieui-elvc s of State aid and push
O'eir roads tn completion t an early day. while at
lrat three confidently expect to tie cere sunn one
year f om this day.
This would seem to justify us in saying that Lin
coln, at no distant day, w. II be the "Indiabapoiis"
of Nebraska, and tbe grta est t a lroad centre wet
This, taken la connection wun ineiacitnai an me
public building are located here, and that within
one and a half miles irom town there is perhaps, the
richest faline spi ings in the world, bow in course oi
levelopment, rive assurance inn it win oe no or
dinary chance for Investment. Those who invest
ed at former State sales have been able to realise
frcm one to five hundred per cent, advance, i
THOS. P. KENNARD
Secretary f f 8tate,
Rose Ann Decker
vs Vin u nance ry
Daniel M. Ramsy & Mary E Barney,
and by vl-tue of a decretal order tome directed
from the office of the C'lers of the District Court of
the 2d Judicial District or Nebraska, within and
'or Cass routty, bearing date on the SSth day of
June, 1867 being tbe Jpectal June Term of said
Court. I. the subscriber. Master ia Chancery for
aid Court.will for offorsalr at public auction. to tha
higbost and best bidrier.for cash, in front of the Court
House in the city of Platumouth, Caa couniy, Ne
Saturday, Vie 17a day of April, 18C9,
at 1 o'clock p. m of saiJ day t the the following de
scribed real estate, to--v it; Lot No twelve (13) ia
block No. thirty-three (38), as the same ia delinea
ted npen the publNhri and recorded plat of tb e city
or Piattsmsutb Nebraska. Together with ail and
singular the improvements, hereditaments and ap
uurteoanie thereuno belonging, tn be sold as the
proper! v of the defendant abcve named, to satisfy
said deeiee, the amount of which Is rive Hundred
and Stxly ix nni SO-lCs Dollsrs, with interest tee
the date or said dcr, at itie rate often p?1 00 1
r r ...,tr ,er w tb T JN
. K..i.r In fhallrerT.
Sarah Everej;. .
- vs. m imiarr
la purjTiancs aid
hy ! of a ieoretal ordirf to me directed fmra
the office of the Clerk of tta" District Co r of the
3d Judicial District of Nebraska, w thia and for
Cass county, bearing date on the 6th day of June,
1b61, being the June Term or said sonrt. i, tne
subscriber, vaster fa Chancery fur said Court, will
offer 'or sale at pablie auction, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash. In front at tbe Coin House in
tbe city of Platumouth, Cast county, Nebraska, on .
Saturday, the HA day of April, 1S69,
at 1 n'rlnek n. m . ofsfeirl dav. the following de'ci Ib-
ed real estate, towlt : The noitheast quarter (X") of
section No twenty-eevan (2T).in township No twelv
(12) north of raace Ne twelve (12), east of the 6th
r. M In nenrasaa, comsintog one namrcii sou
ty acres more or less, iocether with all and ainga .
l,r, the Iroproremenw, berilitaiaents, aad api.nrlo
nance thereunto belonging, te be sold at the prop
erty of the defendent above named, te satisfy said
decree, the amount of which is Three Hundred and
Forty-nine and 33-lOt dollars, ana tntereat oo the
same from date of said decree, at tbe rate of tea pe r
cent, per annum, together with cist of suit nd sal.
3AB1 n. unsra nn,
MarchlSw5 Master in Cbaneery.
A Water Power Saw-UIill
Owing fo bad beslth I offer for sale my Saw-Mill
with 77 acres of land, known as the
GLEXDALS MILL PROFERTY.
Said property He IS miles west of Plattsanos.tr, !
Cass county. Nebraska, on Cedar Creek, and wlthla ;
half a mile of the B M K R line, in the het settle
ment on the Platte tlver, has thirty f et head, and
one or the celebrated Veyce "aier Wheels War tn-
formation call at ray residence, - ight miles west of
PlaKsmoutb, or addrss P T BhAVKR,
Feb'iSif Plattsmoath, Neb
Vh. W. Isish, Proprietor.
Corner of Main and Third Street,
Board by the d;.y or week. Charge -r xieraie
Stagea leave this House dally for ill point a
Worth, Boath, Kart and Wen. - (a1?vt.
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