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She jgctoha genM.
ioi SatunUy'i Daily.
Mr. Graves has the material on the
ground for improvements to his brick.
Mr. Home, lato local editor of the
Omaha DiWyilerahl has discontinued his
connection with that paper.
. Kershaw k Waugh are preparing to
enlarge their lumher yard by taking in
another lot in their enclosure.
The Pawnee Tribime nays Mr. Welch
of that county has a field of oats whieh
turns out one hundred bushels to the
' The Irvwrivifle Advertiser learns from
CoL K. V. Furnas that work on the
Trunk Railroad was to commence this
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ltus-soli & JJooui s agricultural lmple
Merger Tiros, have their new marble
yard office nearly ready for occupation
They have sent for a stock of material
which will arrive m a few days.
The little Nenitha river has bacn high
cr this season than known before for
many years. The overflow has injured a
large juaniuy oi wueai in siacss.
lnvc in thi4 rininrv. l:v.t I hini hir
It will continue until some time next
Simpson, Mickelwait & Co have three
i lots enclosed for their new luuiJier yard,
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Btreet. Their office is on Main street.
The Xrrr says apples are plenty in
Otoe county this year. A larjre nunilcr
? of people went from Otoe county to Mis-
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poun aikc-r ajiinus irei. jail uuoui iscto-
f. i. iresscy, special agent ot the 'a-
cific Iasurance Oonipany, cave us a ;all
this morning. He is establishing acren-
r , cics lor nis company throughout the
- Thos. Mitchel, E.q. has shown us a
Fpeciuien of the Delaware GrajKj raised ,
by bini, which goes still further to prove
Plant vineyards. The Delaware is one of
thu finest flavored grapes raised.
It is faid tho Chicairo Commercial par-
iy nil" l'.';iiil ll.-'HCl i I U I1C1 -C ,
beat tho Pacific coast men at the pinic
of hrac. ami contended that the Pacific
Ooean was a small pond in comparison
with Ijake Michigan.
i ' , A locumntive got looe from a train on
trn Kana- City bridge Monday, and
f started of alone at a fearful rate of speed.
J In the bottoms it ran into a construction
i train, smashing things badly, but injur
i Hon. Dan. H. Parmele -f Omaha call
, cdonus this morning. He was in the
J. city on business, and left for Omaha
again to-day. Parmele has not entirely
recovered from the effects of his Hokiiesa
uuini mu iuic jiaii, ui Hit; hfasou.
!' . Ilcsser has a large ouantity of the
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Linens Rhubarb roots, which he offers
i to those who want them at nominal
prices. lie also has a fine assortment of
flowering bulbs, for sale at the very low
" est rates.
xne steamer iMle n:is locn at our
I'vee since noou unloading lumber for
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incn-handi: for city merchants. 8. 31.
& Vi. bad J.Vt.tXKi feet of lumber on her.
This wi;ik..s owr :(..( x foot of lumber
nveivei! in this city Juriiig tlie pest ten
days, and wc have more coming.
Hon. Geo. Crow, of Nemaha county
' has tenders! his resignation in conse
. nucnce of the pr.ibibilities of .-in extra
l Miun this winter. Tlte Adrrrti.wr says
there are others wlio talk of resianir.g if
an extra session is called. Wc think tl;e
n'Uilors gen: r:Jly are ojjiosed to an
( extra s'e.-vsion.
Col. Tichnor informs us that tho strike
ot tlie coal tinners was not on atvount of
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but that monev had been advanced 10
the principal, Mr.Woodhave, and that
' beshouijl have Mr. Worwihave anest:d
' lor obtaining money under false preteu-
, We have received, from the publisher,
Pilas Chapman, of Milwaukee, Wu;..
what iurports to be a ''sectional map of
Nebraska,"'which he says is "compiled
1 from the government surveys and other
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auuii-iii.ii: NiuncN 11 I'uuios iiuuui as
1 i 1 i ' 1 l 1 wuuiu vtiai uut uii a
black board, from memory. Whoever
- wants a correct man of Nebraska had
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Iiif rnv imt 1 1 .ni K I .i
4 i.ne .eDrasKa v uy papers sncas 01
. Dr. Corn ers as "the manager and builder
of the Midland Pacific road." How is
, .ri... i u c t'V
. ti . x.i 1 rt-. t r
White, Ei.?" Is he to be thrown a one
side because some-fellow with a handle
,' to his name comes aloni? wearing "store
j clothes." Our Nebraska city neighbors
hhouli not forsake their old friends, the
Ull 111 I. Iill.1 UH.VUI. Vk A. . 4.
f, . men who first talked railroad for them.
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iitrai ik coming in uveiy. x laius-
. "inouth is the irreat market of the State
' - for products of the soil, and before the
' end of another year she will drain the
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country ior a nunarea ana niiy mnes
, . west, embracing the finest agricultural
region west of the Missouri River. Now
is the time for dealers ta establish them-
v selves here, lhe man who gets a loot
hold now has a fortune secured.
t'rum MtiHflv' Daily.
AVatertnelons are plentiful on the
This section was visited by another
' drenching rain Saturday.
The Little Blue publishes quite a his
tory of the high wafers in that region.
Mrs. Child, wife of R. P. Child of this
city, was buried yesterday.
. The R R. Transfer boat, "President,"
as making soundings this morning tor
landings on each side of the river.
Prof. J. G- Miller left for Chicago this
morning, and he may go as far as New
.York before returning.
CoL A. B. Fuller, of Ashland, arrived
in the city Saturday, on his way home
The Gazette reports a wheat stack
struck by lightning last week, and burned
to the ground.
Some fellow accidentally, of course,
took a bundle from the B. & M. Store,
to-day. that belonged to another man.
lie was induced to give it up again.
We had the pleasure of devouring this
' morning a reasonable quantity of those
Bplendid Diana Grapes raised by Prof.
Mr. Doane, Chief Engineer of the B
k, M. R. R. in Nebraska, went to Coun
cil Bluffs to-day on the steamer "Presi
The Nebraska City and Council Bluffs
Base Balhsts have had a match game, in
which the Nebraska City men came out
The Ovinion sneaks of the recent prize
" fight as having occurred in Nebraska.
lhe Opinion does U3 too much honor
. the fight occurred in Iowa, opposite
Mr. Cyrus Woodman. Superintendent
of the B. & M. R. R. in Nebraska, left
for his home Saturday in consenuence of
ill health. He ha3 been suffering
?cmc timo ith chills and fever.
Parties desiring to nuke lot.s of money
and do it easy should not fail to be on
hand at the great sale of lots in Ashland.
Now is the tune to invest there, while
property is cheap. . .
A couDle of R.' R. laborers had a forci
ble discussion in town yesterday. We
did not learn whether or not it was on a
question of theology, but judge that
JJenzme .was the direct issue.
The Gfa-sirow.came un on Saturday
evening and unloaded a large quantity of
lumber for .Simpson Mickelwait t Co.,
and- took on a large quantity of barly,
oats and corn.
The Chronicle says "Fruit in this :ncck
of woods' is coming to luatuihy magni
ficently. Everything that is cultivated
grows luxurantfy and is proof conclusive
that as we sow so shall we reap." "
The OpintM says "Braughton started
last Monday, in charge of Sheriff Sam
son, for Fort Madison, where rooms lave
been encaged for him in the Iowa Insti
tution for the Indiscreet."
The Goodcn Bros., of Lexington, Mo.,
have chartered the steamer Tempest to
deliver railroad tiss at this city for the
li. &, M. R. R. She went down yester
day. The It. R. Transfer "President,"
Capt. iJtitts, left lor Council Bums to
dav. to have two new cranks put in on
her main shafts. She will probably
bring hack a load ot iron.
The Plattsmouth Public Schools did
not commence this morning Recording to
programme, in consequence of repairs
needed on the building, lhey wi.jcoui
mence one week from to-day Monday,
Capt. Waddell of the Ida, says the
water in the upper Missouri is lower than
ever known before at this season. The
old Muddy can be almost forded before
winter it the water continues tailing as
The Opinion says our daily comes to
them two days behind time. We will
get things arranged in a few days, and
supply you on time. We issue in the
evening, and you should get it the next
day at noon. 1
The Nile made a quick trip to Omaha
and back leaving here Saturday niirht
and returning Sunday before noon. She
brought down several lance c;ks for
Rinnlo s Brewery. some machinery tor
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isemii3 Jean, anuotuer ircignt.
We received this morning a fine lot of
Grajes frcm Mickelwait & Woleott's
vineyard, south ot town, with compli
ments ot Mr. oleott, producer, lhey
were as nne as we nave seen. H c un
derstand they will have a limited quanti
ty ot roots tor sale this fall.
Wm. Riley was arrested yesterday by
Marshal Murphy for being drunk and
disorderly, and lodged in jail. He was
brought before Recorder Wells this
niorninjr, fined $5 and cost, and in the
absence of money or security, was coin
mitted to jail. He is working out his
fine under Street Commissioner Hohl
Our former fellow-townsman, Jos.
Morrison. Esq arrived in the city Sat
unlay. He will make this his permanent
home hereafter. He tells us that the
weekly visits of the Herald were erected
with delight by the whole neighlorhooi
where he lived during the past year, an
that 1 laltsniouth stock is above par in
that locality in consequence of the fair
ness with wnicn the .herald has re
corded all matters pertaining to her in
Train lias leon hol Jing Ruilioavl moet
ingi in Omaha.
A large force of men are at work quar
rying stone for culverts on the R. R.
S. F. Nucho'ls has. bcn elected I'le
pat t Congress from Wyoming Terri
tory, by a majority of about l,lhX.
Hon. W. F. Cuavin. of (he Lincoln
laud (Mri (iii j i-i from l.mi ln yos
tcrday, and loft i'r ()!e:iln this inor;:ii;.
Tli! Xr.r iif yesterday says fVost :;;
pean.'d in Ncbral:a City yesterday morn
Harvey, of the St'itunt has gone to
Ch'eago to purchase a power press, pre
paratory to smiting a dailv.
1 he vilastrow lav at our laudim;
night, und about twenty couple went
aboard of her and had a social dance.
Wm. Riley, who was working out his
fine under Commissioner
made his ccr-ape to-day.
while out at
Mr. Rosan, of the House of N. .1.
Bond & Co., came down from the Bluffs
yesterday. He will give his personal at
tention to their House in thiseity.
County Treasurer Duke commenced
the sale of lands for delinquent Taxes
yesterday morning, in accordance with
Wc are in receipt of the Dxihj Ottum-
va Couritr. It is a lively sheet, and is
doing a powerful work in developing the
city and surrounding country.
Maj. Stearnes, of tho National Pun
ishing Company, was in the city this
m-t 1 rt. n .i n .1 .
morning, lie lett tor tne southern part
of the State.
James Simpson, Esq., of Stove Creek
precinct, was in the city this morning on
usmess. Simpson is a live man, just the
kind we want in Nebraska.
We hear much talk about the change
of school books mcdo by our State Su
perintendent, and much that we hope is
incorrect. o understood Suqrinten-
dent Reals is expected here to-day.
The steamer Glasgow caihe clown yes
terday evening, rnd left a large quantity
of freight for Clark & Plummer. also a
quantity for. Reed Bros, of Weeping
The fall term of St. Luke's Parish
School will commence on Monday cf next
week, the 13th inst, without fail The
absence of one of the Faculty prevented
the commencement last Monday.
John R. Livingston, Eq., recently of
Mmnessota, brother of fturvevor (ieneral
Livingston, arrived in this citv last week
He willoccupv the position of draftsman
in the Surveyor General's office, for a
The Iowa ; Legislature passed a law
last winter requiring owners of threshing
machines to box the horizontal shall of
their machines, under penalty of no pay
for threshing and liability of all damages
accruine from such negligence. Good
The case of the U. S. vs MeCoy came
to a sudden end the other day. he
the case was called the Attorneys for the
defense stated that their client had long
since left the State, and that they would
make no defence, consequently the pro
perty seized was confiscated, and we sup
pose seuiebody will pay the baa bond.
We are in receipt of the first and see
ona numbers 01 a neat little sheet pub
lished at Jenkins Mills, in this State.and
called The Little Blue. It is of diminu
tive size, but is chock full of that which
gives life to any newspaper, either large
or small local news. It is published by
jUark o. iveuy and A. Y. Itobinson.
Teams were in town to-day after brick
to build another fine chool house seven
miles west of the city, near Jos. Gil
lnours place. It is a new district, the
name of which we are not advised. We
believe Cass County is' as well supplied
with good eomlortaMe school houses as
any County in the State, and about as
for I well ns m:inv
localities inuch. tmher to-
County Commissioner J. II. Moore has i
just completed the stone work of a fine i
11. t a . i- 1 i: 157. I
dwelling on-nis lanu iti hock liiuiis
'recinet, and was pumiasms jutie fin is h-
imr lumber to-day. J'he building con
tains over throe hundred loads of rock,
and is prooaoly as good a piece of work
as there Is in the State. e are glad to 1
UOfJ lllU.SU VWUi:U.lUI J '1 '-ISUCJ I IJr ill IUU
..:.i ..v .
Chas.' McGregor, who has been con
fined iu jail for the past year for larceuy
was discharged by Sheriff Johnson to
day, lii time having expired. McGreg
or will le reiuewlered as the fello'v who
stole the watch and revolver from Mrs.
Jackson, and was frigliroried into telling
where thfrsYoIen property was by a sup
HJsed vigilance committee. Sheriff
Johnson dressed him up in a decent suit
ot clothes, gave him som good advice
and set him adrift. iMeoregor is consti
tutionally tircl, and will not bJ likely to
work while he can steal.
From Wtdnrnlny' Daily.
Potatoes are offered o:i the
Nebraska City at 20 cents
Arrangements have been made by
whieh stock, taken to the State l'air
over the C. B. & St. Joe. R. R. will be
only charged fare one way.
Enos Williams, Esq., one of the early
sttt'.ers of Plattsmouth, now a resident
of Omaha, has been :n the city several
days. Ho returns toUuiriha to-morrow.
Contractors are bore for the purpose
of erecting water tanks, e., awing the
line of the B. iV M. l. l. W
t from I
There is another cabbage head in the
Herald office. It came from Peter
Yallery's garden, and weighs tu-uutisix
Doundx divested of all stem and loose
Superintendent Beals is in town to-day
on business connected with his office.
He came down from Omaha lust evening,
but failed to get across the Platte until
A large number of white covered.
wagons have crossed the river at this
point during the past tew days. .Most
of them go to the interior, wherj home-,
steads are taken or a settlement made on
lands heretofore purchased.
What's wrong with the Elfcht Miio j
Grove 1'. O. ? ' Every subscriber to the J
Herald who received his paper through 1
that olliee, except two, have ordered
their papers stopped iu the Plattsmouth
The Sidney Union, of Saturday, says:
"We have been informed that the Grand
Jury found a bill of "murder in the first
degree" aaaiiist Wm. Bobout of East port
who is now confined here for the kiiiinj
of Mr. Hill."
We understand the property offered
for sale by Miller k Clark, at Ashland,
embraces some of the. finest bx-;:t:ons on
the entire town site. They are bound
to be sold to the highest bidder, regard
less of price. Ten dollars" will get the
finest business lot in Ashland if no higher
bid is made. Somebody will make a
fortune out of that sale. Who wants it ?
Mr. C. B. Bellow-, of Council Bluffs,
arrived in tho city last evening for tho
puriose of making arrangements for
opening an extensive fruit store. His
rooms for the present are at the west en
trance of the Platte Yidley House, where
ho will keep specimens of fruit on ex
hibition. His principal business will be
to supply dealers.
Wc learn that the farmers of Saunders,
Lancaster, find the western part of Cass
comity, eojitcmplate holding their v!.at
until rhet ars commence running, on the
B. & M. R. R. Should we haveMavor
'!: weather, they could ship over this
road by the frst of January. 'J 'he sum
ii;cr, .-o far, haa been one of tho worst
known ior many Vv.srs on rai.'ronds, e.
peciidiv wLcra lhey have low lands to
w il l. in.
By curd in to-day's papar it M'i'i he
rti-on that Dr. SeliiidkiiCclit hasconeluii-d
to remn'ii in this locality, and oifers his
pvof-.rsisi ma' services to the public
The D". was is. nt removing to Missouri,
butafttr a personal inp -etini of the
c-'ir.i rv h i concluded Nebrar-ka was a
better p:acv He h;u p'ii'.ia -ed a trr-r
of land one ru:io south of town, where
u; prop iscji to erect a resiueiicc. J lie
Dr. is highly spoken ot as a physician by
those who know him best.
John L. Tidbalb oi' Ashland, called at
the Herald otnee. tins morning, lie
has only Ken in Nenraska a .short time,
but his .selection ot a point at which to
ocatc : shows a ready ttisccnmient ol wnat
the future iri to bring forth. We learn
from him that the Snell Bros, have com
menced the erection of a large business
house, and hotel building combined
.Next to ov.r own citv and county, we are
always plea ed to note the improvements
in and about Ashland.
Rather an interesting trial took place
before Esquire Larmichacl last week, in
Weeping Water precinct. A Dr. Crane
entered complaint against one A. G.
Kline, chaiging him with a.ssault with
eadlv weaixm with an attempt to knl.
An attempt at impeachment was made
against tho prosecuting witness, and
some thirty witnesses were s-worn. The
impeachment was not sustained although
a considerable number of witnesses testi
fied that they would not believe (.ran a
uuder oatli. The Prisoner was dis
Hathaway, of the Plattsmouth JlcrnJJ,
acknowledge-9 the receipt of a head of
cabhatje. "Two heads are better than
one," aren't they, Hank? Oinniuiu
Nothing like speaking from experience
in thec matters. 1 our word is good.
Vo probably put our cabbage head to a
different use from what our friend of the
Opinion roxil have done.
A man in seirch of a clergyman to
attend a funeral hunted over a good part
of New York chy, the other day, but
finally had to gh e it up. Folks musen t
die in vacation.
Vallcrys k Kuflner are yist in receipt
of a large stock c f Dry Goods.
Vullerys & Raffner have just received
a few more Kirhy Ileapers on which they
wiil give good tiaie.
If you Want a ood Threshing Machine
you can procura one at Vallcrys & Ruff
ner's who are. aow receiving' they J. I.
Cox k Co.'s M: i-hine-the laost complete
Machine cVcx pat ap. '
Also amenta fir ihe Woodbury Climax
and Pirn's Hor Power.
Bacon and Lard for which we will give
the highest market price.
VaI-LEUYS & RCFFNER.
Valleiys k Ruifner are agents for the
Schuttler Wagons wliich they arc selling
at reduced jinces.
If yon want the lightest running M ower
in use &o to Vallcrys & lluffher'tf, and
buy the Kniffin.
VaUerys k Ruffacr arc agents for the
Groycr k Baker sevnng machine the
j -pA in market. Call and oe thorn.
' - Srpt. f:th, So;.. )
Since the rains hae ee-ised, iarmers
are bringing in Wheat and Oats in larger
quantities.. We make; the following
Spring Wheat Supply greater, de
mand molerate, for No. 1, moving at
80 and lJ0; choice at !5. No.' 2 filing
at 65(20 ; No. S ranged at 5i.)(2 "5, con
siderable offered ; rejected closed at 45
Corn Demand steadily on increase
and firm ; yellow and mixed, sound lots
at 75 S5 1 shelled ; iu ear at GoY 05,
Oats More ready sale than last week,
closing firiii at 3K 35.
Barley Weak ; none choice offered ;
rejected lots at 70 75 ; market dull.
There arrived in Omaha on Friday last
ta largest Grizzly Bear skin ever intro
duced into this market. It was shipped
to and received by Hall & Comstock, hat
ters and furriers, Douglas street. The
skin measured over eight feet in length
and between six and seven in breadth.
There is seldom found on the plains a
buffalo whoso skin will measure as many
Ibct as this old mountain hero. From
one extreme to the other the olt will
cover lietveen eleven and twelve feet.
It is of the finest texture, nicely tanned,
and valued at fifty dollars. Unvtlm Jlc-
pnbheun. : -
I? c m n r k abZ e.
We examined n tree in the garden of
Fritz Rottman, yesterday, whicit had
three different crops on its branches.
The first are large apples, the soeou'l
about the size of a hickory nut and the
third is just blossoming with the fruit
just formiusr The tree, was taken from
Shephovd! orchard and set out early
last ,-priiig. This is a most rcii.-.n kabL
occurrenee and something iv;;W to horti
culturists in the.- parts. Ac if.
; Bros, on the Neuiahn. in
.-r-r:r:L' jdanted i.r. po'a-
i toes of tii:; La::1." iUi-o and (nxvdnch van-
; etiei. und hjtv-i.ii
was j itst u- I t
ice them. The vield
ttu-y grow l! ? ;
At the rueideuve il C. (, Hcrr ld. Ksij., on tba
evening of Sept. 2d. 1W9. by Judico Mr.
II. IIkbkld and Miss M. Balicnukc. all of this
Aucunt 8tb. 1W9. f a short lut feverc illnesf,
Lilly Ai.mkua. iniunt ilaucht-r d' Sair.ucl and
Marv' llich:trdn. cf Licht Milo Urovc. uged
2 years and thirteen day.
Your darling Lilly, xwcut nnd fair.
On whom you looked with hoe aiid plcumre,
Wuj! borne by death with love and care
To guide you toward your llc.ivcly treasure.
'Tis true her little eyes have closed.
And far Horn earthly sijht she's soue.
But now in Jcf us she's reposed
Amid the Ilt-aveuly infant throng.
Yoa full the pang, our f uurce j;on! J say
Farewell, farewell, swcot LiLl.y love.
Yet graea divine your spirit stay.
And win your thought to joys above.
Valk itt Crkkk. Sept. 5th, 1S?.. S. O.
First of the Season.
New Goolsat Clark Sc
Buy your Boots and SIjom of Clarlc .t T'iuui-
nicr. they have a frer h stiK:k, cnille.-'! variety
auil st "knock down price." d.Vwl
"toiucl iiig nei uniier the dim." The latest
style hat at Clark & l'iuiaiuer's. duwl.
tleuts K?) I. CUrk ,v IMuiuiuerV fer yoiir eloih
ins ami lui nis'iins -ou.. They have just ro
ciived i fail lint, hucst tat, the htsi-t matvt'ial
and well ;mt UAwI.
Have you set n Ciai k ,
of fall so-.id?
.V I'ltia -tie-.'s fi-c-h .-lock
"A dollar m-i ie is a 1 i.iar made" buy your
poods of Clark & i'luiunier. diwl.
The most complete stock of ladies und chil
drcuV hhots to !e had in lhe market, at Clark &
$1200 and all Expenses Paid.
See R Ivertiseuieiitof American Shuttle S winp
Machine in our advertisii.K columns. ly
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
tie will please call and pay up immediately. A
word to the whe, etc.
cltf C. E. Fobot.
A Wheelbarrow, hid in the brush, which the
owner can have by proving property and paying
charires. including this notice.
sepiSdwlt. JONATHAN ADAMS.
All those having accounts (tain?t uie will
please sifnd thorn in iniincdiately, for payment
September 15th. next.
PlatL-mouth.'Au. 31, 139. Per Cusuiso.
E3TAVS ORGAN AND MELODEAN AGENCY.
Mrs. Kato Simpson has the agency if the nbovo
eelebrateil instruments. Any person desirous of
obtaining a first class Organ or Melcueon with
nil the latest imirov:n;nts such as vox jubi
lant!. Jks., are requestel to cfl.ll at ber residence
and (tat circular.
Plattrmouth Aug. CCtf.
All persons indebted to the under? gned are
refuestfl to call at her residence, cighticn miles
west of Platlsiuouth, and settle the san e imme
diately. auzotf.J HOSE ANN DECKER.
If Ail Parties Indobted to U '
tt ill call and fettle the same, they will save
themselves both eztra trouble and expense, for
we must hnve all accounts and notes due ua
paid, and that immediately, as we are coins
East ai uinst have the money. ' 1
! ' ' DOOM EaO. CO.
September 2d, 18o3.
The copartnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of Boom. Uro. C0..X3 this
Jay dissolved by mutual consent. . K. t. and E.
Doom will continue the Dry Goods and (fc-ocery
business at the old stand, under tho Grin ueof
Dooin. Bro, i Co., and settle all the business of
the old firm. J. E. Doom will take chirse t,f
t'a Farm Iinrlenients. '
J. E. D K)M
Tt. ti. InOM
Plat UuiouJi, August 2u..h lst.y.
. Tha Test of Time. 1
Time trie all things, rejects those thtt are
useless, and ho Ida fast to that which L pood
Inventions and patented improvements. Multi
ply every year, and a;k our attention anl our
support; but as time passes three-four Ls of
them, after trial, are found to be of no sulitan-
tial value, and are thrown aside. l!ut thre is
an invention which has stood the severe "rials
and tests of seventeen years, and whicl( has
risen in popular estimation and favor with each
new trial. We allude to the Charter Oak Hove.
It was patented in 1HT2, half a generation ao
and lias been improved py nevr arranseiieu
several times since. Instead of bavin; "payed
out" and been construed to the lumber-ro-m of
worthless humbugs, it has gained such a 0pu
larity that the demand for them can scarct ' be
supplied by the Excelsior Manufacturing lorn
r-any of St. Louis, by which thev are made.
E. T. Duke ti' Co. are a?ents in riottsimuth
Sold wholesale and retail by Excelsior ianu
faeturins Co.. St. Louis.
XV. II. SCHILDRXECHT, M
liaviiid permanently located here, ter.dirs his
prot'jssioaal services to the peopie of th-' city
. and surrounding country, -Uliico al hi tresi-
-Kni-c. ineei'e couth of town. (septS. tf.
T. vt- J-r TT- "-w "i!i -f"B.,TT,
WHOLESALE . &o RETAIL
- - . .- '
August 23, 1809.
DOOM, BRO. & CO.
have a large Stock of
' White Goods,
Bleached Muslins. Demins, Mue i brown
Bleached Muslins, Demins, Mue & brown
Bleached Muslins, Demins, blue & brown
Shirting, check and stripe,
Shirting, check and stripe,
Shirting, check and stripe,
Choice Rio Coffee, . A Coffee Sugar,
Choics Rio Coffee, A Coffee Sucar
Choice Rio Coffee, Brown Sugar,
Syrup, Brown Sugar,
Doom, Bro. & Co. have just received
an otht-r large lot of Glass and Queens-
Aud a f encral stock, to which they call
the attention of the Fanners and Public
generally. Have the lest select jd stock
and make the lowest prices. Reineiulier
the place, the west comer in the Big
Brick, Main street, Plattsmouth Neb.
Doom, Bro. & Co.
Have removed their Lumber Yard to tho comer of
MAIM AND SIXTH STREETS, PLATTSMOUTH
And have on baud und are receiving Lumber in
to fitit purchasers. H e have also on uand un J lor
50 Barre!ls cf
20 Barra!!s cf
Vi'c invito all to call and see us-at our new place of
l'lattsiuouth. Nebraska. Scptcl'lher 1. lS;"i'.).--dw
One Ooor win of
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
Platts mouth, Nebraska, August 5th,
JOilN J. IU SsELL.
Agents for Birdsall's Threshers, Buffalo. Pitts Threshers,
" ' Geiser Threshers.
REAPERS A-2STID MO"VERS
New Yorker, Buckeye, John P. Manny's, Climax.
PLOWS : Industrial Dixon, Grand Detour, Skin
Iron Beam, Rod
Sulky Hay Rakes, Revolving Hay Rakes.
Little Giant Fan Mills,"
Johnson's Corn Sheliers,
Wier's Walkinq Corn Plows,
Buckeye Drill & Broad Cast
Every Implement Warranted.
J PLittTiiouth. AiL'ut il'. 1 ''.'.
All parties indebted to us by open ac
count or notes now due or past due,iuu.st
pay the same by the 20th of this month;
(August.) And all notes due us from
the :20th of August to the 1st of Septem
ber "must he paid promptly for wc
shall bo obliged to protest if not paid at
maturity. Doom, Bro. & Co.
DOOM, BRO. & CO.,
Acents for IJirdsali's Threshing Ma-
chines, Buffalo .Pitt .Threshing Machines,
New Yorker Self Raker Ilea jut, "Buck
eye" Mower and Reaper, J. P. Manny's
Reaper and Mower, Wier's Walking
Cultivator; Broad Cast Seed Sower, Rod
and Mould Board Breakers, Stubble
plows of all kinds.
Kerry Implement- IVarntutnl.
Just received 100 barrels of Salt.
Doom, Bro. k Co.
DOOMBKO. k CO.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Grocers, Boots-, shoes, Glass and Queens-
lwii?s for sale by
Doom, Bro. Ch.
Wc would advise all parties wanthi!; a
gooil article of Tea go to Dooms' and ,cc'
it, they have the host Tea that we haw
ever seen in this city.
IT i-,ii u-Mnf to fnt iimp A n 1 Sn-
gar Curcl Hauls', jro to
DixiM. Bro. k Co.
I(nM) do.'ti oirtrs.
lhs freh butter.
sufficient quantics to fill all orders, and at prices
sale ut low tgures
250 Bushels Plastering Hair,
500 " Coal
SIMPSOX. MICKELWAIT ic CO.
the IIkrai.d OBiee,
J. TC. TiOOM,
(Late of Doom, Bro. Ic Co.,
& Mould Board Breaker.
Van Brunt Broad Cast Seeder,
Sorgo Cane Kills, Bells, &c.
A GOOD CHANCE
A.' w lb j
GOOD -BARGAIN !
llavine eomrleteil the Iattiiiff aiul recordinc
of my I 1ckk's Addition to City of I'latts
inoui.li, i am now reuirud to sell ;
in till! Addition at rca-'onabJe rute. Titiii aye
one hu.it' ca.-ii down; the o:!ier hajf luiyarile in
one year, at ten iht lent, interesj per aniiin;i
finiii ate ofpurchujifc until paid, i'o be secured
by mortgage ua tho i.rperty.
I will give to tho following religious
ratu 11". v!.'. : ;
To the Baptist Church, lot 12 in Mick L'7 :
To th.c Congresatiunal Church. !t t.U in block 2S;
To tho Methodist Church, lot 1 in Mock l'J;
To the Catholic Church, lot i in 1U k ::
To tlie Kpiseopal Church, lot 12 in idm-k
To tlie i'reshyteriati Chr.n h. li t 1 in block ;
To the Christian Church bt 5 J in Kiot k -;
To tlie Lutheran Church lot 1 in M irk i'i;
in my Addition to the City of ri::tt-iuoiitli. upon
the IjlJowing conditions, vix: Th-it li.cy sh:'ll
erect on saiii lots, a nimve (loaati!.t. a suit.it ie
build.ng for publie worrhip. wiiljin Svo ye-ir.-froui
This date ; and, in c;lo of tiiiarw on tiie
part of said Church or Churches t. cm ly with
the t hove condition, then and in hat cae tin
said I t or lots shall revert to inc.
i S. DIKE.
Donaticn to Public ; Schools.
I lo.rebv doimte for the u?e of lfuhlie listri.t
ScI.iiiiIk, Lot IU in lllock . ou the north i-iue of
Miin jifreet. and Lot IU in Ulock Si. ou the .-i iittu
si.ie ot Main Ktreet, in my auauiosi io mf.yi)
5,C00 Acres of Land for Sale
in tins county. Also, llou.-cs aii'i L.u!. in uo-'
city, at low iirn es.
Particular intention piven to te iiuyinu aii'i
fell ns ot real i tatc. exanuniKK jit Its. ami l'ii-
iiiK taxes lor nou-rcMUciiis. ; S. 1 Kl'.,
Ileal l--taie .vgeiu.
Lot for Ten Dollars.
1 will sell to parties desirous o) tmiiUiiig aim
imi-rovinK. any ot fie lots in tu su i.'onica n.-i
in my addition to l'lattsiuouth. at ten dollars
per lilt, under tho tollowiiiK conilions, vii:
The person purchasing will ;!; re iuired to
bnild on the lot inrithaed a dw.-Rii'f h.ni.-e !'
the following diineniions. to-wit: 'lhe hou-e
to be not less than 1-lxJt leet, with tory n.it
lower than S feet. The frame nipst be Rood atul
sul stant ial: house well shii.tl: :d: foundation
either of brick or stone. I here u.ust oca kitcii-
eil, ot not lefs mail iun. j;i; ;iiiuikiui:-i "C
eotjjdeted on or before January.!: t. lsTtl. til
Hive bond for a deed to the a'.y wlio buys as
wiori us purchase is inude.und iijiou cotnplyi.ic
with the above eoiulitions. will ;vo a gooa a:tu
sullicient Warranty Deed. ;
Selections may bo male l:oiutie net oiiipauy-
inKlist; T .
lotsfiaml Sin iitocKrt: IjOIBiim ihock i ; i.oi
11 in block 1: Lot J in blok IS: Lot l'J ;u
block 20; Lots , '. an'l 1-1 in l lock Zi ; Lot S in
block Lots Z ami S in Ijlock ; Lot.s o ami
11 in block Zii; Lots in bioek -J7!'- Lots i-i and li
in block lis; Lots lluJi la ljlocty; Lot m
block 3d. , .
: ft. II L lv v..
Plattsmouth. Anu.tf. Offire in Court House
A. B. Sharp, of Fulton Count.y, in the stare ot
(Jeorgia, will take notiectiiat joaatinni -.m i. e.
of the County ot Cass, and estate of Nebraska.
did on the -'th day -t Aui-u.-t.'.-i. i'. i"-, cie
his p-itition in the lii.-triet Court of the S'-eond
Judicial District ot tne -state jot .eurasKu, in
U for Cass Loan'', iitfamsi -tue taiu a. i.
fcrn.rp, tlctcau.ini. si-iihk ioiwi ii.u i i"'ui:
made ttic lolioivink invt.-'uicTii ior uuumim.hu. w
iv .t : I.oeated aud pnrehase.-l ul Uie I inte l states
the foli'jwtiu: deseiiDe I ler.l cstiite. to wit: The
north-ea.-t yi.i:itcr ot Hie norilf-en.-i quiiniTiii
section To. twouty-one (ZD. ana tne imrui-v. e: i
quarter ot the north -west iui-rter ot Acetioii No.
twenty-two in toitnship No. ton 110). north
ol ra':i,'e No. six (i), east ol the. sixth principal
meridian, in Laiieaster County. Ncl-r.'iika.
Also the east halt of the south-wc-t ii;arlei-, rflid
ti,o north-west i;.iarterof the si-u th-wc-a i:ar
ter of sect ion No. tilteen tlo), and the noiia
east iniiirter of section No. tweriy-live i Jr). and
the nor in -east ijuarur oi see. em iniu)
three C''. in townshiii No. eleven (11'. north
ot'rant-o No. elcvcu (ll. cast ol the nx.ih C;
prini ipt-l liienuian, in Cass (.ouiity. - e.jr.i.-kh ,
and the south halt of the n-Tth-west quarter ol
section JNo. inirty-tour in lowusnip -i".
twelve 0-', north ot riuif-o Ao. eleven tin. eu.-i
of the sith (tit principal nuridian. in Cass
County, Nciira.-ka. and the south-west quarter
of section No. ciht (Hi, and 'he north halt ot the
southwest i-4 of section No. fourteen 'H'.and ihe
s Mitti-wesi quurter of section No. twenty-one
( in townsiiip No. eleven (11 1, nor'h of ranpe
N j. twelve (1'. e:i-t of the ?i.th dii principal
meridian, in Cas County, rserasKa. also pur
chased the south half of lot No. six u;.', in block
No. thi.iv-two t'-iZ). in the Lily ot l'tatismoimi.
is the s;itneis de-i'-':r.ited upon the publi-lied
plat of said city, and also the sou'h-cast quarter
( fseetion No. ciThfee.il ' Hi. township No. seven
("). north of raiiae No. thirteen O-'-K east ol the
..u ..r. : :....i i;..n ;,. io.... ri.univ
Nuhniekii and also loi-.ued ttiol invested iiior.ty
. .- i - . . .i. . i,.. ,ii
in nt mi ir ueienueiii. -.Hi., on i:i - -.m
1 iv oi'April, l"-t;T, plaintilicni-'icd into liier
slii'p with defendent for the p irpn.-e tf takinK
eare oi anti selling satei rei.i esi;iLe .ui'i iuuu.ih
infC said investments. And t'leol-ject and pray
er of said petition is to have ti:r p:irtnei.-hip
ilissolvtd.a reeeiver aimointe.!: to have sai l rem
estate and partnership effects sold, s; ml that tne
proceeds be divided utter pi un-ii; oi iu.jm-i
lnK'4Kotirri-Ti ihp ,;irti,s Leti to. in HccordaMee
with their ri'snectiic richts. And the s.ud A.
II. Sh im is hcrel.y notued ti nt nc is rci urt i
fr nn,n. ,r inn! inwu-er said iictiton on or bet'irc
the ilthd.iy of ( H-tnlier. 1W.I, -ir jiniKCiiicii: wiil
be tiiKen Htfatnsthim in.aceordiiin-e with pnijcr
of sail petition. Jonathan N. ;sk.
liy 1. M. .tlAUQLETT, nis Attorney.
In District Court 2d. Judicial District within
und for Cuss County Ncbrak.i.
Danial hi ken berry
ae.-un-'t I x-. .:-..
David Chcdestcr f-""-
and A. Hain J
T DmviiJ ( hedester nn'l A. nam mm l
lent (letendruits. you and each olycuaro licre-
bv notilied that Danial Kikenterry on tins .una
day of August ISti'.i tiled hir -ictition in II. e ot
i.t'tli. I'lerk ot the Di.itrn t Court within and
for Cass County Nebraska, the object and rayer
.f whw-h is to ohtaiu a decree of said Court re-
-;m!iinr and sotlinz aside A certain contni
indiiiR and sett inp: aside A certain coiitrii'-Ti
Hide bv plaintiff and said Chedoter.lyr 't;iel I.
"NE!4 of see. : and the V." 'i oi X i W
fscc '.'A inT 11 N of K -. E of (5 1'. M., and io
nWrno sa'nl contract null and void and forever
debar said C'hede.-ter from a!! claim or equity to
haii! tr ict.s ol land and to enjoin said Ham iioin
il..i;i-irTni7 nn .r,.v in bis p'-ssion troul
Hlaintiti.convayins Baul tracts oi lanu i) caiu
rheilester or from recording said escrow
in the olhce ot the itccorucr oi Vvais voui t
Yin nre reiiinred to answer said iicution on
or before the lSili day of October ISO'.)
Ey Maxwell X Chapman, Atty
In Di.itriet Court, Second Judicial Distr.ct
within ana tor iass county, ixcor.-uita.
Isaac 11. A!c:c;.adtr. J '
To Isaac 11. Alexander, n'n-resiaeni, ucienn-
Yoii are hereby notified tl at Levi Rustcrholti
hm on the 1st dnv of tentemher. li;J. uleJ nis
petition in th'3 bistrict Court of the Second ,lu-
- . . ... .... r.i . .. 1 x
illcial 1ISLriet lima au.i i'r va.- otuihj,
briLsica. the obiect and iiraser ot w tncti is to re
form a deed a to expre tho true und full
amount ol consideration Du ana puiu r rv. j.
I'aiuitr, at Mieria a eai'-, on lue inn u) ui
February, for the N. i2 of s. AV. of eec-
tion 3!. :n 1. 11. .l n. l i fc. oi ota r. m.. m
iu, vour liroperty, on a judgment rcndere-laK-iinst
you in said Court ou the 16th day of lleccuiber,
lssiiJ, ihich tract of land U now owned and in
the poiM-t-isiori ol plaintitl ana to remove a cioua
from .laiiititTs t'.:ij to taid trji-t of lan I by r -H-
sun ot sari l.ilSiHKe. un are ronuirc iu
isaid petition on or before the )vj- tny i.f
-, l. lev: hi ,-tkuu jh l.
Lv Masm ki.l i Ctf
ot.ee is hereby iriven tr.at ia pu:uanco of a
itWret.i! order d' sle made by ills ll-incr
eor?c H. Lft O U'iie o. '.as isecoua JU'i.ei.j
l):-trict n-ithin aid l.r Ca-y coaiity, ieijri:Ka,
at his CiiH'.ebprs ir. Oiiiaha City, on the lh day
of M iv. lK;y, 1 will, on tht -!th day of Sei.teat-
ber. ls:J. at t "ie Iror.t 1oor ol tn Lourt iiou.;e in
the cifv -triat'smouh. C.iss co-.r.ty. Netrk.sk.
at the Lcur of 2 o'clo'-k i. n. of ia:d day. otici
for a!e to the h'ihert aiel be-t Pi i'Kr :i!t ti:e
rirht. title and interest of catoacl J. f-muh. d-
ir. !!,.! mih,. w.-.t half of the i:"Tlh
west ooarter i ol sMti m ro. Eit 'en. t'.w i .-n p
twelve noria, raiijfe .no. twelve j:.. oia r..u
Tfii :tp in C'lJJ eoTJl.tV. Nl'brii.-
siiic v. il! reuain en I ir nils l r tr.o t-iico oi
one hoar, i erm.-: ca-ti. ...r
..lAtti J . lii-:,
Adininistratrir r.-'-tr ot S .unu'-l v. Jsui th.
15y Ma'-kll V C'ipmiN.
sei.tiwS lUr Aitorncy-.
Jo?rhine Ne.'hitt '-f 1
Cr:ir. of Mi'-ouri. will till:
Plc-is'nr.t JtiU in th
Xe-n-tt ol the countv t .i.in K-rs in ti.e Maie
N'ehn .-ka. did on the 'J'i day of t'v-.-t inh-r A
tile his oeti'i'in in the ilirtnet . -n
Ul Judicial bist.-tet ot" the ."S'r.t" ot ..! rtisna
witliiu and l"r S 'un iers C'ottnty. t-rair.' the
said dcicuihint J.-Iiue Ncshitt. scnia" f irth
that the diud 'aintitf was married to yuM de
fendent on oraN.ot t.e -ithiUy o Jt ruary iVT,
i nd t -iat said det'-noHtit h;!S tjei.n willfully ab
sent lit.m s-.:i 1 idaintiSf f-'r riore than tvo yeiirs
Uit iia-n. and prayintr that taeaid daiit;ff nay
he diverged fnm sa;d d-rt' a l;mt, aid for sa :U
otbe-Hii.l farther rf-li'-frs in equity and iriod
e-ncifciicc 1-e is cnlst'ed ?. .nd the Hiiid
Ihino Ne.-'jitc is r.otitiei. th-.; he is rciui"v 1. t
art-eT : r I r said r-:iiUoa ou cr b.-iore
the Is: day d' li twhe-) -';.
l'i-.te 1 Jertember t'i' I't.TO
lly ?.I M.-'-v llpi'S'i. h's Ail" i; ;-.
3S- IF O C3- Y
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Farming EmpIeMiesi: r
Such nil the celebrated Rod j:rt ;.).i i, !
Mould Uonrd Brekrr. ftirrtnit I I ' ,;
ill Double Shovels. Cultivator and
Uniairinit (ione on chort notice. All
ranted. . .
Ilavina hi; l nui-h exinence m the ;
I feel assured that I can 've - ner:il .
tion. I'lcimecive itie a tall betoro )i
cb'whcre. ' ' ' -
IMiattnuouth, Neb., May c, rti.
To the StwK-hnltlcrt f the JiiirH.:.-';-,
,t- Sfistotui A'l'ver liaihood
Notice is hereby piveu thatntl nday, tne - t..
dnv of September. A. I. I '.'.'. there; wul o- Iu-.-.
Sekhidder' Mieti-i? of the l!ii.-!i:.::t..ii ,v
MU-Muri River iUiiroad Cuimiy i Ne'oci, ,.
M the ofli -e of the Joi-'.iit. u A Ii;.-..i:n wer
i( ,,.r.. i,l i i.nin.Miiv in Neir:i-iu in H
I'l.ittsinoiuh und fctate o Neiinkn. I
p.ii po.-e of elect iiifiM'O n l.i c tors o mi. i I i
lianv, and for tho tnin-a -ton of i'ner usun.
HANS T!! IV1.S. IN.
C. K. 1'hKKl-NS.
Three of the Tr.cor por:iois of Ji. .( M. K.
i'i Nebrask i.
l'latt.-n.o'.itii, Aui:u.-t I'.1. T'-Ci".
Is the only perfected nnJ
prcjiaration of its kin'f
ever offeretl to tho pub!,
and has no competitor
in merit. By its uso
GRAY HAIR is soon
restored to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, which is so much
admired by all. Persons
whose hair is thin or fullin-
out will, by tho use of ou"
PROMOTES Renewer,soon see its good
effects, as, by its tonic and
stimulating properties tho
hair glands will be incited
and the hair grow thick
and strong again. Incases
of Baldness it will creato
a new growth unless thf
follicles are destroyed. It
is cooling, and allays all
itching and irritation cf
the scalp. Itdoes not stain
the skin as do dyes, bi.
makes the scalp white and
imUIiIiiVit, is tne Tjest and inoM.
economical preparation in
the world, as its effects
last 60 much longer. Send
for our Treatise on tho
LOCKS ! hair, free to all, by nni!.
Sold by all CrutJQlsts and Dealers In M'f!J.i.
cook, cosuhn & c: .
Gen'l Agents for lTorth-T7estern V, -t .
87 D2AS30EU BTEEIT, CHICAGO, l.M.
We, the ty of l'!ii't.--.;i.-.t'th : '
tentii n !: err eust'uncr To i;ie icti's i u
below ol li t- won diirf.il cfiicasy ot D I i
Stonineh V.itt"rs. Dr. Rollick's ,-cii.di
'lood i'llis. n e I'.ave l.een se: I ,i"r 1 1 cm e
Ion': cnourh to . now tn.-t lin-y are
ii!.'. l!i: t the
Seed the following letter frcen
one of the oldest and vu&.
reliable grocery merchants In
the city of- Davenport.
Agreeably to my
promise to you vhe
here, 1 write you, for
publication if you see
proper, a true state
ment ol the good ei
feets of Robaek's
Stomach Bitters upon
mvsclf. I had been
gesticri for a
time, attended witn
severe headache, par
ticularly after eating,
when fortunately an
old soldier friend
came into the store
and recommended me
to use Robaek's Bit
ters. 1 did so by tal:-
ins: a smal 1 wi nc-slas
full just before each
meal, and to my grca
joy I was relieved a
once, and am row
well by their use. 1
would not be vitho.ui
them at any price. 1
have not taken
1 1 1
I eoriimenced u nj;
the Bitters. And i
with a clear
haekV; BiUers thev
vlll do all thev
recomm end cd to
if taken according
Fkank II. MiLZAzn.
Of the firru of J ieuleback k Miller
! "Wholeaalo Gi-oeors, Davenport
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