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From the Fremont Tribune.
Mr. Emory Brisrgs has taken charge of
the West Point Hotel, and has made a
thorough renovation of the house Bnggs
Is a live man. accommodating in business
and will win honor as a landlord.
Preparations are on foot for the or
ganization of a large party here in the
course of a few weeks for a grand buffalo
hunt A number of gentlemen from the
east are expected to join the party, and
. a good time is anticipated.
!fr Alienist Konnclkoni, residing on
Maple creek, received a very severe injury
in the abdomen, Wednesday evening;
he was just in the act of mounting his
horse when the animal kicked him. Br.
Crabbs rendered medical assistance
promptly. His horse, hitched to a wag
on near" by, run around the ttrccts but
finally stopicd without doing any dam
age. A party of hunters, filled with high
hopes of chickens, quails, etc.. left town
last Monday afternoon, to return, alas!
in a few hours with a broken wagon all
tired and muddled up so badly their own
mothers would hardly knowjtheui. It is
unnecessary to add that the choicest
"music" consoled theiu on their Jeturn
From the RepuLlicjin.
On Thursday evening, during the
prevalence of a violent storm, the res
idence of Mr. Iirson, who resides on
Nineteenth street, between Cass and Cal
ifornia, in this city2 was struck' by light
ning. The electricity penetrated the roof
near the chinine3 tearing off the shingles
and descending to the first story, shat
tered the pla.-tcring. Mr. Larson was in
the kitchen at the time, and was so se
verely stunned that he was unable, for a
time, to speak. Mrs. Ktrson was in the
main building, almost directly under that
point of the roof where the electricity en
tered. She was Iyin on a lcd at the
moment of the concussion, and received
no further injury than a temporary pa-
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raivsis. .Mr. Jjarson is cmpioyeu mine
office of Wells, Fargo k Co,, and is well
known to many of our citizens.
From the Chroniclr.
The machinery purchased by Dr.Evans
k Co., in Chicago, for sinking a Salt well
at Lincoln,! passed through our city on
yesterday. Much is due this company
for their zeal and energy in this great en
terprise. The surface water on the bason
has been tested, and found to be the
purest of any discovered on this continent;
and the Doctor is confident of reaching a
vein of pure brine, at no great depth.
We have no doubt but this enterprise will
prove a decided success, and be a source
of untold wealth to this justly deserving
company. The indications of salt are
ampic to insure tins, and in quantities
eulhcent to supply the whole Western
trade. We have tasted the salt made
both bv boilins and solar evaporation
Its yield is far above an average of our
best works int he East, anil of a superior
quality. e say, success to all enterpri
ses, "which are for the developing of this
young and thriving tate.
AlrtalHou A br:is;ta K. IS.
A despatch from Atchison, of thc.lOth,
says "The Directors of the Atchison k
Nebraska Railroad were in session nearly
all day Tuesday, and held another meet
ing yesterday. The grading of the road
can be completed in less than two months,
and the construction of bridges is already
commenced. We understand that the
special purpose of the late meetings of
Directors was to complete arrangements
for iron and roll's n? stock of the road.
Over two miles of iron have been already
laid on the Atchison k Leavenworth
Road, at this end, and the laying down
of the track is progressing very fast.
Connections have been made by this road
with the Central Branch of the Union
Pacific Cars run from one road to the
other without change or delay. Ten car
loads of lumber and seven of other
freight went west this morning, on tho
Cental Branch road."
The Nebraska State Fair will be held
nt Nebraska City, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, September "8th
2;lh, SOch, and Oct. 1st. JSol) , Compe
tition open to all States in the world,
The Nemaha County Agricultural and
Mechanical Assocatioti; holds its Fourth
AnualFairat Biownville, Tuesday, Wed
nesday andThursday, September the 21st.
22d. and 23d, Competition open to all
The llicharusnn County Agricultural
Fr.ir, will be held in Salem, Neb., on the
15th, IGth. and 17th of September.
The Johnson County Agricultural
and Mechanical Association holds its
First Annnal Fair at Tecumseh, on the
loth, 17th. and 18th of October.
An English Prelate has given some
very sound evangelical views respecting
"Ritualism and the Holy Communion"
and says, in conclusion:
One binning and shining light in the
pulpit one loving, dilisrcnt, faithful pas
tor in the parish, with sound common
sense will le of immeasurably more
worth than all the music, and incense,
and dress, and candles in Christendom;
and one soiitny truth of the Gospel,
brought home and driven home to the
head and heart, will be infinitely more
precious, immeasurably more good than
all the opinions of men, the traditions of
the church, or tha ritualism of the earth.
It is definitely arranged that a new
bridge will he built across the Ohio river
to connect New Albany with Portland
and Louisville. Tho Company is com
pany is composed of wealthy New York
capitalists and two or three citizens of in
diana. The bridge will have three
tracks one for railroad trains, one for
a street railroad, and one for wagons.
Its estimated cost, we are told, is $1,
700,100. The Areora Goat is bred by Col. Fur
nas, at Brownville, Nebraska, in the
greatest perfection. The Col. has as
large and thorough-bred a -flock, of the
An?ora Goats as anv sjcntlenian in the
United States. lie is offering a few of
these beautiful and valuable animals for
Nile at exceedingly alluring prices. Xtb.
A woman's rights woman at Chicago
has "put her font down" she says she
has that she will vote at the next elec
tion. On looking at her foot the one
phe put down an old politician says if
th?t thing goes into the ballot-box, the
polls might as well be closed. There will
be no room for any more ballots.
The father-in-law of Fred. Douglas,
Jr. , A. M. Hewlett, is not a white man,
nor a professor in Harvard University,
as has been stated. He is a mulatto,
who was formerly a prize fierhtor of con
siderable notoriety in England, and is
now cn instructor in Gymnastics in Har
vard. So rays the New York Sun.
Miss. Susan Ii. Anthony says she
doesn't want to be called Sue nor Susan,
but w?r.ts to be called by her right name.
Some rascally editor says "all right"
since the men have all concluded to let
. B. Anthony.
fpMnn3j t'tW fTiA 1 1 1 r j I
.1-tq' lTrrw rr. (rifl. Ohiii wpn for
merly presented to the Board of Control,
nppc'rtcd by the Grand Army of the
Iicpublic, in the presence of 10,000 spec
The llichardson County Agricultural
Fair will be held in Salem, Neb., on the
15th. lf, ".nd iTtli of September.
CAPITAL, - -
GE1TEBAL OFFICE :
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
St. Louis, Ho.,
l&iviclcsuli on tSac
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1st. This is a Western Company, managed by Western men. whose known finanancial charac
ter, ability and position, afford ample guaranty for its careful and succesful management.
2d. ltd Polices are nil non-fotTeiUiiqr.
3d. Premium all nKli. It receives no notes ami gives none. Policy holders have no interest
to pay, and no outstanding notes as liens upon their policies,
4th. Dividends am' losses are paid in cash.
5th. It insures at lower rates than any Eastern company.
Cth. Its risks are in the West, where the rate of mortality is lower and the rate of interest
higher than in the East; hence the accumulation of dividends to the policy holder is greater than
in any Eastern Company.
7th. It has no restriction upon travel. m
8th. Its dividends are made upon the contribution plan.
9th. Its business is exclusively life insurance.
Are the accumulations of interest upon premiums paid, hence the Company that loans its assets
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invest their
moneys at 6 percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per cent, or more,
The advantage of AVcstern investments to the
figures: The amount of $1,000. invested for fifty
6 per cent, compound
10 " "
H. D. Mackay, President,
E. Henseley, Vice-President,
Geo. A. Moore, Secretary,
E. V. Eaves, Treasurer,
D. M. Swan, Gsnsra! Agent
J. L. Wever, F3. D., Consulting Physician.
EXEGUTIYE COMMITTEE :
H. D. ftiackay, George
This Comply SiiMurrs
TTOW ALL MEX BY TflESE PRESENCE:
A V. nansas, do liereDy certily tbat the
Missouri Valley Life
organized and loing business under the laws of the State of Kansas and Missouri, has furnished
the undersighed saiif:ictory evidence that it hii. invested One Hundred and Fifty! Thousand dol
lars of its capital in Lnited States Government Bond. f t.he denomination of Five-Twenties (5-3 M)
anil are possessed ot toe anie. Ana 1 ilo lurtner
dred Thousand Dollar f said United State Bonds
Company : and that 1 held in trust mid on deposit tor the benefit of said policy hollers the reeurity
above mentioned, and I am salaried that such securities are worth One Hundred Thousand Dollars
lawful money oi the t nteu Mates or America.
In witness where I have hereunto subscribed my
i reai oi aui- t am ua, tne uay ana year above
titorot Mate. J
. itor of State
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY TO DO BUSINESS.
OKFirr rp SrpFtnsTKXDEXT dp thk IvsritAsrE Departmhst op MiPsnrRi.
TT IS HEREBY C'EUTIFIED. That the Mismiuri Valley Life Insurance Comnanv. a Life As
L surauee Company. orKnnized under the laws of the State of Kanas. and its principal office lo
cated at the city of Leavenworth, has complied- it li the requirement of the thirtieth, thirty-first,
thirty-second, thirty-third and thirty-fourth section of an Act of the General Assembly of the
State of Missouri, entitled "An act lor the incorporation and regulation of Life Assurance Compa
nies, approved March lmh, A. I. iSi'.i. so tar as the fanl requirement are applicable thereto. And
pursuant to the thirty-sixth section of said Act. the said Missouri Valley Lite Insurance Company
is hereby authorized to do business as n Life Assurance Company within the said Stateof Missouri,
subject to the several provisions and requirement of the Act aforesaid, until the first day ot Feb
ruary, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and seventy.
In testimony whereof. I. Wvi.lys Kim:. underMirned. Superintendent of the Insurance Depart
( Seal of Insurance De- ) ment of said State oi Missouri, have hereto et my hand and auixed
- partment of Stateof r my seal of office, at the
I M;.-.....: I 1..l . la;:n
upeinteIldent of the Insurance Department of the State of Missouri.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY".
(To exp'ire on the 31st day of January, 1S70.)
ISSUBAXCB DXPABTMUXT, OkPICK OF STAT ArDITOR,.
. .it,- LixroLX. Nebraska, April 1, 1;!).
Whkskas, AbramB. Covalt, Stite Apent for the Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, lo
cated at Leavenworth, Kansas, has filed in this oHice a copy of the Act of Incorporation of said
Company, and a statement under oath, showing its condi-.ion, as required by the fifth section ot a
law of the State of Nebraska, entitled "An Act in i: elation to Insurance Companies." approved
February l.Sth. 1S4: approved February Uth. 1SU; and whereas, said Company has furnished the
undersigned satisfactory evidence tbat it is pose--ed of
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
of actual capital, invested ip the stocks of nt lean par value, or in bonds or mortpnees on real
estate worth louble the amount for which the r.ime is nions ised : and whereas, said Company has
filed in this office a written instrument, under the seal of ihu Company, signed by the President
and Secretary thereof, authorizing the said Abnnn B. Covalt to acknowledge service of process for
and in behalf of said Company, consenting that service of proccs upon him shall be taken nnd
held to be a valid a if served upon the Company, nccordimr to the laws of this State or any other
State, and waiving nil claims of error by reason oi' such service: and whereas, Abrani li. Covalt
has furnished satisfactory evidence that he is the authorized Aeent of said Company.
Therefore be it known by these presents, that in pursuance of the aforesaid Act. 1, John Gilles
pie. Auditor of the State of Nebraska, do hereby certiiv that Abram 15. Covalt. Esq., has full au
thority to act as State A jrent for the said Missouri. Valley Life Insurance Company, in the Stateof Ne
braska, and to do and perform ail act for and i i behalf of said Company authorized by hi ap-
ointment a such ajrent. and by tho laws of this State, until the 31st day of January. A. n. 1870.
n witness whereof, I have subscribed my r.nnie. and caused the Seal of the Andifor's oflice to be
i s. affixed this 1st day of April, a. 0. lSJ-X JOHN GILLESPIE, State Auditor.
GOOD TRAVELING SOLICITORS WANTED.
.1. IS. COJl2.T9-
State Agent for If ebraskaand Northern Kausas.
R. R. LIVINGSTON, lied- Examiner.
- - $500,000.00
San Francisco, Cal.
NON - FORFEITING.
Advantage to the Policy Holders-
policy holder appears in the following startling
R. Hines, E. Henseley,
D. W. Eaves.
at lower rates tlix
AUDITOR OF STATE OFFICE,
Topkka. Kansas. February 2iith. IStW. 1
That I, A. Thomas, Auditor of the State of
ccrtilv that sanI Coin nan v ha set annrt I n Hun
for tae benefit of am, policy hoi.okks of khi.I
name, anil caused the scsl of my ofGce to be
A. THOMAN, Auditor of State of Kansas.
citv of St. Louis. Minnri. this 2oth day of
o: n i-'t T X' t-ix-..
LOTS and LAiMDS
The Capital of Nebraska,
Thursday, Sept. 23d, 1869,
AT lO O'CLOCK, A. M .
The nndersipned Commissioners appointed by
an Act of the Legislature of the State of Ne
braska, entitled An Act "To Provide for the
Sale of the Unsold Lots and Blocks, on the Town
Site of Lincoln, and for the Location and Erec
tion of a
State University, Agricultural
College and State Lu
Approved February loth, 18C9, will on that day
offer for sale at auction
TWELVE HUNDRED LOTS
in the Town Site of Lincoln, said Lota beincr tho
odd numbered Blocks (the even numbered hav
inir previously been sobL of the Town, and com
prising the most eligible lots in the place. The
said lots will be appraised by the Commissioners
and sold to the highest bidder over the appraise
ment. Terms CasJi.
There will also be offered for sale at the same
THIRTY THOUSAND ACRES
known as Saline Lands, situated within an area
of ten miles of the Capital, said lands being: the
most valuable farming lands of the State.
The object in offering the above named State
property at that time is to enable the Commis
sioners to complete the State University, Agri
cultural Collejre and Lunatic Asylum at Lin
coln, the Capitol Building havinp been built
from the proceeds of t he previous sale of lots.
This sale of State property offers to the Farmers,
Mechanics and Laborer, a chance for a ebcap
home at the Capital, situated in the richest Ag
ricultural district of the State, and at I lie
GREAT SALT BASSES,
where salt is being manufactured from the sur
Lincoln being the Capital of the State, nnd the
objective point of some live different railroads,
returning out into the interior, and tupping the
Salt Deposits at this place, will soon make it the
interior town ot tue State.
The Capital was located at Lincoln in Sen
tember. IStiT, by an act of the Legislature, and
contains sixteen hundred inhabitants, with good
Hotels, Stores. Churches and Schools. The Leg
islature held its first Session in tha Xew Catiitol
I the past winter.
I he JJurlington and Missouri RiV'M- Railroad
is being rapidly pushed forward to Lincoln, and
will by contract be completed early next season
This line will give direct communication with
Chicago, and will be pushed out to Ft. Kearney,
uniting with and becominga branch of the Union
Pacific R. R.
The Midland Pacific Railroad hag also the
whole of its line under contract from Nebraska
City to Lincoln, and will be. according to the
terms ot its contracts, tully equipped and in
running order by ihe Mtli of Mav next TKU
line is one of the links by which the Pennsviva-
: . . . , 1, , :n i . "
ma vemrui t. i. win rcacn across ine coiiii
nent. completing as it will in a short time, its
connection with Nebraska City, and from Lin
coln west to the Union Pacific. Thus Lincoln
will be for a time the terminal point of two
great thoroughfares, nnd eventually occupying
a central position upon two trans-continental
routes, shorter, by from one to two hundred
miles, than any other yet constructed.
The work upon the State University, Agricul
tural college ami Lunatic Asylum is now bcin
rapidly pushed torward.
x ). ''. Commissioners.
NEW TOBACCO STORE!
on Main street, opposite Court House,
PLATTS M O UT 21, E BJ
V.'c have on hand a large assortment of
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
Consisting of the best qualities of
CIGARS, riNE-CUT. PLUG AND
As we deal exclusively in Tobacco we can sell ns
cheap, if not cheaper than other store in tho
Give us a call before you purchase elsewhere.
as we Know you will go awav satisfied.
Ij BKGT1 & CO
Febroary 11, 1So9, tf.
WOOLWORT31 & CO.,
Binders antTPaper Dealers,
ST. JOSEPH, ... MISSOURI.
OPPOSITE NEW YORK STORE,
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and Sweet Crackers.
kept on hand at all times.
nlStf II. IIUBERTY.
Corner Main and Second Streets,
keeps constantly on hand the best cf all kinds of
which he will furnish to customers at the best of
rates for cash. juJ ti8m3
Says of Weeping Water.
Extract from Iettcr to
As I was idling yon. my dear Mrs. Grundy,
I came on my mule to Weeping Water in asadlv
dilapidated condition nn hat, in bootcoat
stockings in short, destitute of all those con
venient appurtenances which ornament a well
dressed man having been deprived of all by
the merciless savages, who even took my cigar
Thinking that I might in that flourishing town
uuiuiu a rtrcuuu-uuuu uianKci, i roue up to
rn.ic, nun uiicuing my mnie ov tno ears to a
large freight wagon loaded with goods for thi
enaiA a .1 1, 1 4 t. t y .
riattsinouth retail trade. I entered. Judge of
nir rurpri.su wnen i was promptly met and
oneron it complete outht. from n pair of stub-
toea ooots to a goose-quill toothpick, for the pal-
ir fuukii ninenoiiars nni sixty-two and one
half cents, the 2J cents bring the rrofits on the
goods. If you want anything in the
miscellaneous line, call on them, and if you don't
sen what you want ask for it. I would remark
nere ttiat tney are generous, liberal, good look-
in ana truttitul to a lault.
REMfcMBER THE PLACE
Henry Be eck,
Lounges, Tables, Safes,
Cf nil descriptions and at all prices.
!clalfc Harial Cases,
Of all sizes.
Ready made, and sold cheap for cash.
With many thanks for past patronage. I invite
all to c.ill and examine my large stock of Furni
ture and Coffins. janfctf.
Lock Siitch Rsversiblo Feed
THE ONLY ONE
capable of sewing in more than one direction
and fastening nil its own seams without stopping
iumcuiuc or turning me ciotn.
It uses and wastes less thread than anv other,
and will commence a seam without holding the
cuus ui me inreau.
Warranted to sew heavy or fine goods equally
Over 50,009 'Machines Sold
Send for Report and Circulars.
no v- E-PLANT. OonT Ag't.
C12 orth iourth street, St. Louis, Mo.
ocv0 , DR' G H- KLACK. Agent.
1126 wyl Plattsmouth, Keb.
525 I S25 I
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
Is retailed ot a price within the reach of alL
the sLOCK MITCH (alike on both sides!, has a
H.C I i-U illl-ttnt tuninn itn.l A..n .1.. : i
ptniiiK. ii win nem, ieiif umi, conl. braid,
se:im. quilt, tuck, rtifSe ami gather; will work
iiiijiii t n i'i iin hi u i 1 n an w . . . . i . M n
"uu iiucu ur non inreaa.
The American Shuttle Sewing Machine u
Warranted for Five Years
Onr Ajrents will be snnnlied with rirmltoufa
paru of the machine in case of accident. It
tn iikcs precisely the same stitch mndc bv the
Sing-cr. V heeler i Wilson. H.iwo nn.l F Wo ,,.
innchines. It has the under-feed, like the best
ot high priced machines, and is the only
Low Priced Shuttle Machine
in the markefthat has this feed. We are ena
bled to sell a hn-t class thuttle Machine at a
vcy low price, on account of its simplicity, and
consequent low cost ot inanutiicturing, in com
parison with complicated mat-hints.
We wish to arranee with asrents. male or fp-
ma'e, to represent the American shuttle Sewing
Machine in each State, County aud Town in the
United States and Ontario. Extra inducements
to experienced airents.
For full particulars, as to salary and commis
U. V. IS. AH DREWS. General Agent.
N. B. For the benefit of onr An-ent.a w hi
arrangexl with parties who have goods suitable
for Sewing Machine Atrents to sell. We will
send book of sa mples and full particulars on re
ceipt of one red stamp. Address
11 r "V lVl!7iT. . ,
f. . j xr ii t. a, uenerai Agent,
n30yl Detroit. Mich.
Wc have an extensive general stocL
oT Goods tliat ive
tic at prices tliat tec Jcnow must give
We purchase the very best Goods at the head f Mar-
and strictly for cash,
with the .trade at any point on the Missouri
E. A. WIGGEXriORN.
GREAT RUSH ! LARGE CROWDS! !
S. A. WIGQ-BBI-IOHjM 81 Co.,
NEW YOE.K STeORE
The largest and
STOOK OF DRESS GO
Arc now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YARNS, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds and Trices to suit our numerous customers. .A large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
We have n Inro-o stnrb- of the r.ftmtoA ADRCM ITV r"5l IDDrD
PLOW, STUGBLE nnd BREAK IN PLOWS, and all kindnf
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES, &.C-
riausmouia tprn j. iqw.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Toilet Soaps, Brushes,
Iancy 1 oilet Articles, Toys, Trusses, Supporters,
Shoulder Braces, Grass and Garden Seeds,
For medicinal purposes.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Dye Stufls,
Stationary, Carbon Oil, Lamps, Chimneys,
Glass and Putty, also,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
SREEN AND CANNED FRUITS,
CONFECTIONERY, &c. fcc.
tbT. "i..n ,a-Vho , . i -
, , V-. . v.. lime, iiim
best quality to eunulv those want t vprv ,.w
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, April 2d. !Si8.
IB. T. IDTJISZjE &g CO.,
Wholesalo andlJletail dealers ia
Hardware ami Agricultural Implements,
STOYES, TIN, SHEET IRON,' BRASS,
Of all kinds and sizes, which we warrant the best
Tin Roofing, Gutters and Spouting Done on Short Notice.
Are exclusive Agents in
or Wood Cook Stove
Give n a call we will not be undersold Main street, next door east of the Masonic Block,
tire constantly as-
ice offer to the jtnh-
and are prepared to compete
more too, are going to
; t.. A. WlubEJNHOKN & (JO.
all kinds, Perfumery, and
Krlv mls,CIty ,,r l,'.f r .rscrf n ycrre. wo know
uro preparea wun a large stock of Uooils of t!n
" UWUI" lije
WHITE & BUTTISJI'E'.
in the market.
this county for the sale ol
I fed t 0
8 H 3
o . P
r "1 LJ
Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel
CULTIVATORS SULKY AND WALKING.
A large vnricty on bands.
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes,
ro., &c, ic, Jtc, Ac.
A Iar;c stock now on hand nt small ndvamc on
10G Itlaiu Street, ebrasUa C li j
(opposite the Seymour House.)
SIGN OF THE PADLOCK.
VcepiiBR "Waiter 3ills
Farmers, go where you can get the best Flour,
and the most of iu
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
12 FOUNDS OF lUJf
given in exchoge for good wheat.
We lire nlso doing grist work: nnd, with our
increased facilities, feel assured that we euncne
the best nml most Flour of any in the State.
Produce Bought and Sold.
niOHF.ST MARKET THICK PAID.
Iteed & Clinton
DR. to. U TTCIiVSKEY,
T. "-' '
Will bo nt Dr. Livingston's oHce during tli
last week in ea-h month. All orders lettnttli"
I'ost Office will be promptly attended tJ I jalvii.
Coi;nci3 JlUiiV., - Cv.::.
Be;:lcr in I'm celebrntcil ?teck .'fcC.iir.i.i i
I'iiiiKis cnl other Musical "iistrniMenis.
All instruiuentg ivun.i.jrt'd live iJll
K. PiTRi.onr. ii. n. wiyi'-T w,
Co. Cierk Jc Hecordcr. icpt. ti'k ,t Be.'.
Spurlock & Windham,
PLATTSMOUTn - - KEIWASZA
Front Krro of Cc::rt IEoi:c
Clerk and Treasurer's Office
LAxns no uaiiT and sold,
Tans Paul and Receipt Funcrmlnl
Plattsmouth, June 18, 1S6S nil.
JJurlington lirirlge Finished
Burlington & Missouri River,
In connection with
Chicago Burlington & Qnincy
Presents to the Public the most direct, sure nnd
safe route to
Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York.
cml Aew I-.iiRlnn'l.
Passengers h a we the choice of the various route
centering in Chicago.
Hafgaye Checked tTtrovylt to Oltiunv "-
Rates invariably as low as by other routes.
iyBuy your Coupen Tickets at
Pullman's elegant Sleeping !Cr on nil night
trains. C. K. PERKINS.
A. K. TOUZABIN. Su.i't.
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