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row Thumdav' DaOi.
Simpson, Jlickelwalt & Co. 'a new of
fioe building, corner Main and Sixth
. streets, is in course of erection.
No work was done in the Surveyor
General's office to-day, out of respect to
the memory of SecretarjvRawlins.
Workmen have commenced laving the
foundation for Gordon's new business
house, corner Main and Fifth streets.
H. C. Bijrelow. of Illinois, called at the
Qxrald office this morning. He return?
to Illinois in a few days to make prep
arations for removing to this place.
L. Golding is making preparations for
raising his house on Main street up to
tho grade. lie will put a good basement
The men who have the contract for
doing the stone work on the Rail Road
between here and Lincoln are stringing
out a large number of men along the
A quantity ofgoods left town to-day
by wagon for S. G. Mariam, of MilUbra.
It will only be a short time until goods
hb be shipped from Plattsmouth to
UiUford by rail.
In our notice about the theft commit
ted by Joana Nichols, we stated that only
bout $15 of the money was recovered.
We khould have said the money was all
reoovered except about $15. .
G. W. Merk, Esq., has taken a half
interest in the lease and buildings on
Main street with Nicholas Enfle, and
they will immediately commence the
erection of a two-story building 22x40,
to be occupied by Mr. Merk as a hard
ware and tin store.
The Pile Drivers at work on the Rail
Road across the river can be seen from
the Herald office wiudow. The track
will be oompleted down to the opposite
bank of the river just as soou as the wa
ters abate on the bottom land.
W. W. Taylor, Esq., of the B. & M
R. R., arrived in the oity yesterday with
his family. lie will probably take up a
permanent residence with ma. lie has
been engaged in railroading for the yxA
aix toon years.
The Omaha Unroll says Geo. Frau
ois Train will make .the dry bones in
Omaha to rattle. How is that? We al
ways supposed Omaha was a "live"
town! Is it dead, that a little excitement
will cause the "dry boues" to rattle.
A man who had been arretted as a
vagrant, protested that he had a regular
trade and calling, to-wit: smoking jelass
for the eclipses of the sun; and as these
occur only a few times in a century, he
was not to blame for beingout of employ
ment a great deal.
A "four handed" fight tookTplace at
the Exchange Saloon to-day. The par
ticipants were arrested and taken before
the Recorder. One of them was fined
$32, another $10, and the others dis
charged. We did not karu any of the
Ed. Carrol, of RociTBluffs Precinct,
was arrested by Sheriff Johnson yester
day on complaint of R. S. Clinkiubeard,
charged with a-wault with a deadly
weapon with intent to kilh He was
brought before Judge Gage for trial, and
was discharged ' on account of having
prievously paid a fine of $5 to Justice
O Neil for the same offence.
Superintendant Deals left for Nebras
ka City this morning. He will be in this
city again on Saturday the 1Mb. inst
which time he desires to meet the differ
ent School Boards of the county, toget h
er with such other persons as feel an in
ierest in the cause of education. At
that time he proposes to talk to them in
regard to the educational interests
The American Stock Journal for Sep
tember, contains the usual variety or in
tcrestinx articles, also a new premium
List for 1870, offering a large variety of
uselul articles to all who get up clubs.
specimen Copies, bhow Uiu.-si.Vc., went
N. P. Boter & Co.
Parkeburg, Chester Co., Pa.
Mr. Geo. Shrider, of this county, wi
start for Peoria, 111. in a few days, for
the purpose of procuring a few choice
breeding bogs. It is tirue our farmers
were turning their attention towards
securing improved breeds, of stock, hogs,
Win. Stadelman "is "receiving another
large lot of goods.
New hay hw Keen coming into marke
for the paax Week.
The sound of the hammer and chisel
in the hands of the Stonc.Cattere, bouir
v lively on laln street.
We are giving more reading matter in
our daily edition than any pajer in the
otate did at its tint commencement.
lNo other town on the Missouri river
inn increased as rapiaiy auring tne past.
six, months as t Jattsmouth has.
Barkalow Bros. & Co., of Omaha, bid
$6,240 for the exclusive privilege of
purchasing the news on the U. P. R. R.
Th California paners sneak of Sena
tor Thayer's recent speech in San Fran
cisco in the highest terms of praise.
Two deserters from the Thirtieth
Uarited States Infantry were arrested in
Uuiaha a tew days ago.
' Con. Reardon and another roueh were
arrested in Omaha recently for knockiug
a man down and robbing him oi f 2S0.
Nothing has as yet been heard from
Bear, the Brownville Express robler,
No clue ever has been obtained as to the
direction taken by him.
The fellow named Patterson was ar
rested ajrain vestcrdav and Indeed in iail.
Nothing short of ball and chain will do
him any good.
We venture the assertion that there
are more goods sold in Plattsruouth than
in any other town of its eize west of th
Miss A M. Depain is makine prepar
ations to erect a building on the corner
of V ine and Fourth streets, where she
will open a large stock' of Millinery
We are glad to know that the B. & M.
R. R. lands in Nebraska will le brought
into market at the earliest dav nossible.
They embrace some of the finest lands
west ot .Missouri nver.
There will bo a Festival at the Court
House next Monday evening under the
management of the ladies of the
Catholic Church. The proceeds
to be devoted to purchasing a Church
Mr. R. Vivian ha3 purchased the west
half of the lot adjoining the Platte Val
ley House on the west, and proposes
erecting a two story business house
thereon. He is having a good stone
basement with two foot walls put under
the old Gage & Davis building which he
recently purchased of Mr. Prongor.
We publish an article to-day headed
::Show Something at the Fair," which
every farmer in Cass county should read,
and act upon. It is said that'opposi
tion is the life of trade, and it applies
as well to farming as to any other branch
of business. Let there be a just pride
manifested in procuring premiums on
j :n rr fir towards imrrov-
L farm nrodacte, uiocbanical pro-
S Xj -El tsb
LOTS and LANDS
The Capital of Nebraska,
Thursday, Sept 23d, 1869,
AT lO O'CLOCK, A. 91.
Tbe undersigned Commissioners appointed by
an Act of the Legislature of the State of Ne
braska, entitled An Act "Tc Provide for the
Sale of the Unsold Lots and Blocks, on theTown
Site of Lincoln, and for the Location and Emo
tion of a
State University, Agricultural
College and State Lu
Approred February 15th, 1869. will on that day
otter fur sale at auction
TWELVE HUNDRED LOTS
in the Town Site of Lincoln, said Lots boimr the
odd numbered Blocks (the evn numbered hav
ing previously been sold) of tbe Town, ajid com
prising th most eligible lots in tbe place. The
said lots will be appraised by i.he Commiisiocers
and sold to the hivutMt bidder over the appraise-laea-U
There will also be offered for sale at the same
THIRTY THOUSAND ACHES
known as Saline Lands, situated within an area
of ten miles of the Capital, slid 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 tbe State University. Agri
cultural College and Lunatic Asylum at Lin
coln, the Capitol Building having beun built
from the proceeds of the previous sale of lots.
This sale of State property offers to the Farmers,
Mechanics and Laborers, a chance for a cheap
home at the Capital, situated in the richest Ag
ricultural district or the Stat, and at the
GREAT SALT BASINS,
where salt is being manufactured from the sur
Lincoln being the Capital of the State, and the
objective point of some tire different railroads,
reaching out into the interior, and tapping the
Salt lieposita at this place, will soon mak it the
interior town of the State.
The Capital was located at Lincoln in Sep
tember, 1S07. by an act of the Legislature, and
contains sixteen hundred inhabitants, with good
Hotels, Stores. Churches and Schools. Tbe Leg
islature held its first Session in the New Capitol
the past winter.
The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad
is being rapidly pushed forward to Lincoln, and
will by contract be completed early next season.
This tine will give direct communication with
Chicago, and will be pushed out to Ft. Kearney,
naiting with and becoming a Lranoh oftbaUnion
raciSo H. H.
The Midland Pacific Railroad has also the
whole of its line under contract from Nebraska
City to Lincoln, and will te, according to the
term of its contracts, fully equipped and in
running order by the 13th of May n-it. This
line is one of the links by which the Pennsylva
nia Central R. R. will reach across the conti
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 teiminal point of two
great thoroughfares, and eventually occupying
a central position upon two trans-eontinental
routes, shorter, by trorn one to two hundred
miles, than any other yet constructed.
The work upon the State University. Agricul
tural College and Lunatio Asylum is now being
rapidly pushed forward.
TH03. P. KKNNARO.
Sec. of State.
Says of Weeping Water,
Extract from letter t
I came on my mule to Weeping Water in a sadly
dilapidated condition aa hat. tan boots coat
stockings in snort, destitute of all those eon
venient appurtenances which ornament a well
dressed man having been deprived of all by
me merciless savages, wno even took my cigar
Thinking that I might in that flourishing twa
ODtam a secona-nacu blanket. 1 rode op to
store, and hitching my mala by the ears t a
large freight wagon loaded with goods for the
j-iaiisinoum retail trade. I entered. Judge ol
my surprise wnen i wa promptly met and
offered a complete outfit, from a pair of stub-
toed boots to a gnose-quill toothpick, for the pal
try sum ni nine aoiiars and sixty-two and one
half cents, the 2' i cents being the profit on the
giMwl. . If you want anything in the
misceimneous line, call on them, and it yon don t
see what you want nsk for it. I would remark
here that they are generous, liberal, rood look
ing and truthful u '
REMLMBER THE PLACE
OPPOSITE NEW YORK STORE.
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and Sweet Crackers.
kept on hand at all times.
Improred Farm nnd Tini-
ocr ror Kie
The farm is about 20 milee weft from Platta-
mouth. 2 miles west of Hoover's, on the Stag
road. 60 acres has been in cultivation a loir
house anon it. and llenty rd stock water; it is
southwest of section 27, town '.2. range 11160
acres, and connected with it is lot 7 and south
east of southeast of section 30. same town:
and range. timber -90 and 0-100 acres, making
50 and a0-100 acre. Also, tbo northwest of
northwest 54 of section 24. town. i0, range 44. in
Miils countv. Iowa, doe east from Platuraonth.
and one mile from th river, hoSTv timber. For
nver. fcosvy timber. J
rL SOLOMON. ,
CAPITAL, - -
GENJRL OFFICE :
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS.
St Louis, Mo.,
IMvidcuds on tOic
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 tuccesful management.
2d. Its Polices are all nwu-forfeltlnjc.
3d. Premium all cauls. It receives no notes and gives none. Policy holders have no interest
to pay, and no outstanding notes as liens upon their policies,
4th. Dividends an losses are paid in cash.
5th. It insures at lower rates than any Eastern company.
6th. Its risks are in the West, where the rate of mortality is lower and the rate af 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.
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 yon 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 Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following startling
figuresi The amount of Sl.OOOi invested for fifty years at
6 per cent, compound interest, is S 18,420.14
8 " " " 46,901.61
10 M "
12 " "
H. D. Mackay, President,
E. Henseley, Vice-President,
Geo. A. Moore, Secretary,
E. W. Eaves, Treasurer,
J. L. Wever, M. 0., Consulting Physician.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE :
H. D. Mackay, George
iriii.H Company Insures at lower rates th :i
any Eastern Company.
BY THESE PRESENCE:
T.rNOW ALL MEN
XV Kansas, do hereby certify that the
Missouri Valley Life
organised and doing business under the laws of the State of Kansas and Misonri. has furnished
tbe undersighed satisfactory evidence that it ha invested One Hundred and Fiftyl Thousand Ital
ian of its capital in United States Government Bonds, of the denomination of Five-Tweuties(5-JUs)
and are possessed of tbe same. And I do further certify that said Company has set apart One Hun-
firea mousand Hollars ot said Imted Mates iionus tor tne benent or all policy hultrks ol said
Company : and that I hold in trust and on derosit for the benefit of said uolici'ho1lrs the nmniritv
above mentioned, and I am satisfied that such securities are worth One Hundred Thousand Dollars
lawful money of the United States of America.
In witness where I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal of my office to be
i ceui oi nuu- i nui icu, uie uay auu year aDove written.
litorof State. A. THOMAN, Auditor of State of Kansas.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITl' TO DO BUSINESS.
OPFICE OP f-rPKRISTKN-DKNT OP TH1 IXSrRASCE DlEP AHTMICCT OP MlSSOCRI.
IT IS HEREBY CEKflrlbD. ibat tbe Missoun alley Life Insurance Company, a Life As
surauce Com Dan v. organized under the laws of the State of Kansas, and its nrinrinal otHrn lw
c.ttod at the ciry of Leavenworth, has complied
thirty-second, thirty-third and thirty-fourth sectitms of an Act of the General Assembly ol the
Mate oi .Missouri, entmea An act mr toe incorporation and regulation oi Ltire Assurance Compa
nies," approved March 10th, a. o. 1H), so far as the said requirements are applicable thereto. And
pursuant to the thirty-sixth section of said Act. the said Missouri Valley Lilo Insurance Company
is hereby authorized to do business as a Life Asou ranee Company within the itaid Stateof Mix.oriri
suoject to tne severni provisions una rcquiremenu
ruar)'. in tbe year ot onr Liora eucnteen nunareu
In testimony whereof. I. Wyli.ys Ki.xg. undersifrned. Superintendent of the Insurance Depart
( Seal of Insurance De-) ment of said Slate of Missouri, have hereto set my hand and affixed
e-) ment of said Slate of i
of V my seal of office, at th
J July, a. n. 18)8.
j . r t.. r n . ... . i .
partment of State
Superintendent of the
- (To expire on the 31st day
WniRRAS. Abram B. Covalt. State As-ent for the
cated at Leavenworth, Kansas, has filed in this
Uimnaoy. and a statement under oath. sbowinB its
law .f the State of Nebraska, entitled "An Act in
rcbraary latn. lw4; approved rebruary I'Sla. lsob:
undersigned sntistactory evidence tnat it is posseea oi
i?lve Hundred Tnousand Dollars
of actnal capital, invested in the stocks of at least par value, or in bonds or mortrajres on real
estate worth double tbe amount for which the same is mortraKed ; and whereas, said Company has
filed in this office a written instrument, under the seal of the Company, signed by tbe President
and secretary thereof, authorizing Riesaid Abram IS. Covalt to acknowledge service of process tor
and in behalf of said Company, consenting: that service of process upon him shall be taken and
held to be as valid as if served upon the Company, accordicc to the laws of this State or nv othm-
State. and waiving all claims of error by reason of
bits furnished satisfactory evidence that be is the authorized Agent of said Company.
Therefore be it known by these presents, that in pursuance of the aforesaid. Act. I, John Gilles
nie. Auditor of the St.if of Whraska. ! hprebv rirfifv lh.it A hram R CovhIi. Kso hna (nil
thority to aot as Slate Asent :or the said MisxourijValley Life Insurance Company, in tne State of Ne
braska, and to do and perform all acts for and in behalf of said Company authorized by his ap-
F ointment as such arent. and by the laws of this State, until the 31st day of January, a. r. 170.
n witness whereof. I have subscribed my name, and caused the Seal of the Aadit jr's office to be
L. B.J affixed this 1st day of April, a. d. 1'9.
GOOD TRAVELING SOLICITORS WANT ELD.
.1. JS. COVJLT.
State .tgent for Sclritka and Korttiera Han sat.
- - $500,000.00
San Francisco, Cal.
NON - FORFEITING.
Adrantage to the Policy Holders-
" " 117.390.85
D. M. Swan, General Agent.
R. Hines, E. Henseley,
D. W. Eaves.
AUDIT0K OP STATE OFFICE.)
TnPKK. Kansah. February 26th. 1869. J
That I. A. Tuoms. Auditor of the State
with the reauirements of the thirtieth. thirtv-firt
ni ine Act aioresaia, until toe om aay ol r eb
: . .. r w : . . i i r.
o ciiy in Ajuuis, juuwnin, inis -uin aay ol
taiKnedj. n illis hi.Mi
Insurance Department of the State of Missouri.
of January. 1870.)
DUPARTMP-MT. OpPim OP STATB ArBITOl.l
Lixcolh, Nebraska. April 1, 1S09.
Missouri Valley Life Insurance Comnanv. In
office a copy of the Act of Incorporation of said
condition, as reauired bv the hfth section ol a
Relation to Insurance Companies." abnroved
and wnereas, said Company has furnished the
such service: and whereas, Atram IS. Covalt
JOHN GILLESPIE. State Auditor.
FURNIT U RE,
Lounges, Tables, Safes,
C BEDSTEADS. " 1
Of all descriptions and at all prices.
Metalic Burial Cases,
i -7 r i riihr ii ,
Of mil lis.
Ready made, and sold cheap for cash.
With many thanks for past patronage. I invite
all to call and examine my large stock of Furni
ture and Coffins. f janiStf.
Cor. Main and Second Sts.,
VLA TTSJIIO UTH. NEBRASKA.
AVe are butchering nothing but the very best
of meat, which can always be had
as we kill from three to five head of beef eattle
Market open Sundays until 8 a. m.
Highest price paid for fat cattle. jn1y22m3
Weeping Water, Neb.
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS.
SHOES. NOTIONS. A..
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER.
SHINGLES AND LATH.
We a.re Agents for
WiJIcox &. Gibbs Sewing Machine,
which Is undoubtedly the best Machine now in
GENTS' FURNISHIEG GOODS.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises and
South Sida Main Street,
MACIII.iE : HOP !
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Repairers of Steam Engines. Boilers. Saw and
Gas and Steam Kittinrs. Wronht Iron Pine.
Force und Tift Pnmps. Steam Gauges, Balance
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brats Engine Fr tings.
furnished on short notice.
Repaired on short notice. aagCtf
Binders and Paper Dealers,
8TOVB AND TIN STORE.
e. t. hdtj'kie &c co.,
Wholesale and!Retail dealers in!
Hardware .and Agricultural Implements,
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
t STEEL X, O "W S
aU kinds and iiies. wlii.h v a rii.l tLe
Tin Roofing, Gutters and Spouting Done on Short Notice.
Are exclusive AgenU in this cour.ty for the sale ol
Stewart's Celebrated Cpmbination Coal
or Wood C-u-ik Stove
Giva as a eall-wa will not be undereold-Main street, txt doer cast of the Masonic Block.
Tfehave an extensive general stocA
of Goods that ice are constantly o!
sorting up, which we offer to the pub
lic at prices that ice know must give
We pur those the rerybrst Goods ot the" head if Mar
ket and ztrietly for c :sh- nnd nrr prepared to romprt
tcith the tr .de ot any paint n the Msicuri iiecr.
T. A. WIGGEXFIORX.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
E. A. WIOSSKHOHI? 8c Co.,
J5Xirii3 s X3lc3L xixTj.oz Goods?
UST'E W.YORK S rr O R 15
The In rrrj; and
c t- ir fs z? .
Art new on etbi'-itioa a' he Nrw Yn-; -.iri.
attention to mi;- n. w s'.yi-i -
LELAINS. iINtiH -MS.i
'LEAl HEI COT TONS
CLARK'S .NEW THREAD.
COTTON VAKNS HOOTS AND. SHOES
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous customers. A Ivrc '.' "'.i of
I A K IJ ARE,
YANKEE NOTIONS, :
II ATS AND CAPS. '
We a lr- -to.-W of th r-'t
PL''"W STUBBLC BREAKIN ? PLOWS
CU.JtVArOfl5S. HEPlS. S--E-.RS, HAY RAKES,
Pla.ie.iiouih Apni 1S69.1 i E A. WIG EN MORN fc. (JO.
One door wett of
FLAT 1 SMOUTH,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing,
TTATS, C-AJPS, : BOOTS, SSIOJSS.
HIGHEST MARKET Pi! I CIS PAID
Kinds i.f Country Produce.
Platte mouth. Ncbrka August 5thr 169.
best iu the ir.arkoL
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more too. urc T( inx to
r .: LU'Jir
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Vrafrt GARDEN CITY GLIPPER
tbe Hebald Office,
Lock Stitch Reversible Ttti
THE ONLY ONE
capsble of sewing in more than one direct,
and ( isteninsr all its own fe.ira without itn;t.'r
machine or turninir the cloth. ' '"
it uM and wn.-tos lo tlirend thnn an)
and will commence a oam without h"i.tir, , ,
ends of the thread.
Warranted to ew heivr r flne f.mdii fuuii ,
Over 50,000 Machines Sold
Since I SGI
Semi for Keport and Circulars.
WM. E. TLANT. (.'m l a,;.
C12 Xorth Fourth street. St. Ijouif.X
DR. O. II. ALACK. A tent.
n2C'GHyl riattsmoutii. .Vj
S25 ! S25!
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
I retailed at a price wit.hiu the resrL niY!
This mnchine won a rtraixl-.t iimffr. t U
tho LOCK Sll l't-'il (alike on both xi'lrr . t
(,rH"-djut insr tfisimi. and riui lo every vh
of swwiiijr. i t will hi-m, I !1, k.ind. conl. t'j
ppiim. quilt, tuck, rufllf and khiIit; will ,.
finally w il nn nilk. linen, woolen or Ci.:i
poo.ln, ilU linen or cotton thread.
The American Shuttle; Sowing Maohint n
Warranted for Five Yfar
Mil, A rritnt j wilt e !innliAl with iliiril.i'.
imrts of thn m:tcliine in ciim" of Hivhlrnl. !
liuiko? r.fiscly the :tine stitch nui'lc i) :n k'
Sin.'r. VV ln'icr i Wil.n. i'owe nml rlnrrn
nia'-l.inc.. It bu the under t- lik lue lit V,
of high trioe-i machines, an I id theonly 1 '
Lew Priced Shuttle Machine
in tho mnrket thut hint thU feed. V e - uj
blccl to .sell a first rliis t-huttle Mai ii':.f": i
very lw jri-e, on iteeount of it simi ii. -ity, rw
consequent low col of uianutiicturinx, in c
panson with couiplicated niachuieH.
AYewifh to arrflui; with nirMt. rrr a Ij? nr .
male, to r'preeul ine American ruuun . i i
Mai.-hitie in e;i h State, oumv and T" n t, f-.i I
United .tiitest tir.d Ontario, l.xtra indu. fii.'iu I
to experienced acent. I
l'or tuil particular, as to gnl.iry and corai'.- r
1(U, .loo rf?
. V. X. ANUKEWS, (J'lieral A?ti.
X. H. For the henelit of our Ab"'-. f
arranged itli parties wlio have (,-ocnJ- unu
for Se.wiiiK Machine AkctiI. to sell. V. :.
ew hook of haiiipli'H and lull p.-trtu i:!:r rtn re
ceipt ot one red siiimp. Addie'
(J. V. S. AMUIKWS. tictieral A-'l.
i:tyl Uotri.ir. ii.-1!
NEW TOBACCO -S7M!
on Main street, opptite ('(.nrt II' ;ve. t
s?s ittx o rr ii, . i: h.,
V.'e hire on hand a larje a-.oit!i:er.tf
")nsitin f the tt-t nlitis of
CIGARS, PINE CUT. PLUG 5J
An w e deal eTcdnsivelj in Tobneeo we ;in n "
'.".ip, i.' iii.t thet.jicr than other store l
iiv ii . H rail Iiefnre yon pnr' luie e!cewh-
w know you will r.r away enri-)ied.
I. ItltOU Sc co .
February 11. W,i. t".
F-Ttiien, (f ndirre you can ef. h h,! '
and tho ni'int of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR j
l-j Por.'fDH op p.nif r
(riv.n in eTclmire for (rood wheat.
We are nl.s doiuif grist work: ctiJ. wit'i ' '
incroajw.-d Imilitien. feel asuureU th:it r f I "
tLo be.n and most Floor of auy iu tb Sluw.
Produce Bought and Sold.
EICHIST KStHT Tlirt TXIO-
Heed fc ( lioton.
Hardvare, Cutlery, Iron, Steef
9tock Island lIous
CULTIVATORS SULKY AMD WALM'G
A large rariety on hand. '
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes.
Ac, Ac, As., Ac, Ac.
A larje stock now on hand at small adranc "l
106 Wain Srrer, Xeftrnalta CHJ
(opposite the Suymour House.)
SIGN OF TIIE PADLOCK.
B. B. WINPHi!.
Cj. Clerk A Ii-corder. Dept. CI k. i t-e-
Spurlock & Windham,
PLATTSMOUTU - - KEMU
Front Room of Con rt House
Clerk and Treasurer's Office.
LASDS BO UGIIT AXD SOLD.
Taw Paul and Receipt Fnrtr1
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