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htatson ll" roccutly erectcj a
m on his place south of the city.
iy nit ign f Ang, Reirhck
Vinted by Rotneo Werner. " ' 7'
pmotive for us on thia zide of
t ,hJ been sent fur,' and may' Le
a in about ten of fifteen day. -
aerwal. ineffectual attempt to
he ertra telegraph' wire acrosj
at thU place, it wa 'abandoned
ir wire aent for . . . ..-..
TVw- McLennoa speaker-of the
f Representatireii of 11 our State
lire, called on ih to day. ITe
Joe city od bunetM. .....
fjlisgow ' canie down Saturday
and lay t pur landing all Bight
Ler of the young people of the
nt aboard and had a nice time.
cell & , Chapman offer for -alu a
rm .of 145 acrea well watered, 2
OTbwret of town, and a good
3Use and lot in town.
id htvle the Platte Valley Hause
feels hurt over it, and request
Lfliat from- such attack. - - t
It.; -steamer President came
tttarday evening, and went up to
rys again this morning. She will
ly bring down a load of iron next
The It. It. t,a.-k id now three miles
i lyond Glenwood going east, and only
seven miles east of Red Oak coming this
.way.. Cars arc exioted to run through
from Chicago to PlattimmitW by the
firstday of rovemerr Looi. ont whtlt
the bell rings.
One of Mallorv'.s Inure nil ilrivrM
A fiend named Davis was Eot aSrTbr6ugli"jnto "poslsh"' to day, ready for
killed in Omaha la.t evening by Maj.
Broaddus. Davjs had been guilty of
the most hineous crime known among
civilized people, that of forcibly, attempt
ing" to 'violate the chastity of a little girl
only eight years old, the daughter of
Wo made a notice some time this
summer .that Ir. Jatta'a mill had been
badly injured by winds and high waters.
We had not seen the mill then, else we
might have known better. We passed
it recently, and sdiould judge it would
take a pretty good sited deluge or hur
icanc to diturb it. ' " ' ' i ( '
drawing of the picture of "The
of Christ," paintod Ly Romeo
s, ia this city, took place at Mr.
i, la&t Saturday evening. Mr.
a;n, Esq., was the lucky iudivid-
B. Cn..plon. 1W, of Glenwood.
is mill property in that city re-
'(Toii-Iti:i,;r of the mill baildiugs
Tcnty-fivc acres offand, for the sum
,oua TW purchasers are from
A.,Icrby k Co. expect to open a
stork of fumitare in Amison's
on Main street sometime during
reicnt week. . They propose keep-
large stock of all the latest style.
e are in receipt of a complimentary
t to the Second Annual Fair of the
County, Iowa Agricultural Society,
the President, Goo. Mickclwait.-
f&ir y to be held at Glenwood on
bcr H, 15 and 16. -
e jrioncr named Beatty, confined
r county jail for robbing Mr. Koh-
mado ariothw atti'mpt last week to
This time ho attempted to file
tii irons with an old case knife given
t.) cat with. lie succeeded in cut
aUot a foiirth-cf nn inch into
EeaShruIer, Ki.. of this couuly, ar-
fd fmni Illinois last week with four-
a head of fine s-tixk hogs, among them
ve full blooded i Berkshire, Chester
hitcvetc. Mr. Minder . informs us
; the copy of the IIfrald sent by
L to Peoria county will be the- means
nducing several families to remove to
m county early next spring. More
pica should be sent away. .
Sviue fellnw surrounded a quantity of
atine Saturday night, refuted to pay
bill at a saloon, aud had to be ejected
the proprietors. After he was act
ht d-XMK he attempted to get out his
stil and it went off, lodging a ball in
ie pavement lie pang out, now let h
it boys (the fellow was alone; ana
roke into a run. Sheriff Johnson soon
Led him up and put him in the. cala-
"0!.. . .
Ir. Thou. Thomas has hown us a
mple of wheat Bent him from Elgin.
, by M. W. Hawes, Ksp, which was
wa there ua thc Egyjtian Lite
heatt having formerly come froui
ffrr.f it a rnn isinrwr trn ii ui iir
, beiug near'.y or quite double the
nd tfry white, outside and inside the
ipi. . l etc l.
nun. iir. iuouiu tsJt uneiu J;uuuu,
ni will try the experiment of raising it
a this latitude.
The Glenwood Ojnniun says: We
iiun irom ."ir. carpenter, one oi wc
contractors, that the line wih be extend
ed east from this point as rapidly as men
and oney can shove it, and that it is
t'aeir intention to make the connection
teith the line coining west, by November
That line is already within ten
of Red Oak, and the grading is
tcarly all done. Within six weeks from
this tims sr may expect a through train
IUCagO tO WBJitic uuwu lhv
vu uepoi grounaa, .
The iron"wiJl commence to arrive l:ere
soon as a landing can be made.
,. There U no pile work to be done be
tween th'u city and Ashland, and
tnly awatcventy-fiTe piles are required
' to be driven here.
From the Omaha JhralJot this morn
ing we learn that the Buildings and ma
chinery of the U. P. R. R. Machine
Shops were totally destroyed by fire
about six o'clock last evening." The fire
originated from a stove used for heating
glue. The loss is estimated at $100,000.
Two hundred men we thrown out of em
The BuHiirr Su. ThetOctober
numbvr of this paper, withjita cheerful
title, beautiful pages and very interest
ing contents, is received. It is making
a vast mniler of friendii and is worthy
of its success. Twenty-fixc cenrs a year.
Specimen sent for stamp.
' ; ', - Aldkx & Teck, - r
, ! , '. . l Publishers, Chicago.1 Ilk..
The following is the premiums award
ed to J. M. Woxls, of Cass county, at
the State Fair: - - ' ; -
Thorough bred mare, r . $10 00
Road marc, ; : ' i: ' '" '10(10
Best lot of cattle, Diploma
2d best bull, short horn, . t . $ 5 00
1st !est heifer I-yr old short horn, 5 00
Best heavy cattle, .25 00
Best hullwitli 3 of his calves, 10 00
Best sweepstakes ring, 2t 00
Best cow L' years old, 5 00
Best cow 3 yearn old,1 ' " " 10 00
2d best calf, 2 00
Best 2 year old bull, 10 00
2d best, . . 5 (M)
2d best atjeij bull,. ..... 5 00
FVai Thurtd'iy'i Daily,
Several emigrant families arrived to
day, and proceeded westward.
-Joseph; Chahipanr K,' came 'down
jfrom iiioj Bluffs to-daj-j' where lij ljjasi
been for some time past, quite Hi. "
work south of Main street.
, Mr. Goorge Shridvx brought 4-oaie, of
the finest turnips to towb to-daj- we over
Raw. - He did not forget" tho HkrAld
Rev. J. J. Roberts started for Chica
go to-day to purchase lumber, etc., for
the erection of a new M. E. Church,
corner Main and Sixth streets. 1 wiO
be 40xG0. ' j
There l a petition at the 1. i). asking
the City Council to take steps to secure
the opening of avenues, as suggested by
various articles published in the II kr-
The Statetmnn paytt that -on Tuesday
evening last, a large number of citizens
assembled in Knox & Barr's office, and
through" Judge Jeti niugs rcseuted to
Curl Richardson, H, the town mar
shal, a valuable cane, in recognition of
his efficient services in preserving law
and order in Lincoln '.
Mr. Nathan Williams, who has charge
f Pil'j driving for Fitzgerald & Malhry,
i arrive 1 in the city yesterday, and imnic-
iiacely cammenced o perati ns. The i li e
.arirrs will be at work Thursday, l
feenMamand Granite streets.
Chauneey WUtse, Esq., formerly Cliief
' Uerkinthe Surveyor Generals Umce
lr nader Gen. Hitchcock, arrived from the
went Lut evenine." He has been in the
'5ld all summer, and looks in u.'l bet
,tr health than when ha bift o1-
, . Ono of the neatest" and best arranged
f rin houses we have rseeii lately ia the
. one buing erected by Mr. Bcrger, of
i iock Bluffs "precinct. It la a two f?tory
- krick, ectptaing six largo and commodious
ooina, pantrieB, halls. varandaa, and all
Jfhe. modern conveniences (or, a well r
t, ranged farm houae. J Wc are always glad
' ;: to uote these imrroveuifents,as they speak
'udcr than worders of the prosicrity of
Tram Wtdneifcy't Ifaily. : . i
We understand the difficulty lietwecn
AV. II. Anderson and the 11. 1L Compa
ny in regard to the right of way over his
property in this city has been amicably
There is probably an average of from
ten to fifteen immigrant wagons per "day
arrive at PlHttsmouth. If the influx in
other portions of the State i equally as
great, Nebraska will more than double
her population this year. " ' ' r
Our big apple was the centre of at
traction at the State Fair, and was pre
sented to Col. Furnas at the close of the
exhibition, who has sent it' to the New
York Horticultutal wiety as an adver
tisement of what can le produced in
Ncbra? ka. -n
See advertsciiient of Sheldon & Bay
ley, of Factory v ille. They are thorough
going, enterprising gentlemen, and offer
inducements for trade that cannot fail of
success. Iiw prices for good wares al
ways finds cu-tomer8. They have one of
the best flouring mills. in the state.
Mr. Todd has produced a Bpccinian of
the Sugar Beet which shows that Cass is
np to the parts of the world in the pro
duction!of this article, as well as all others.
We did not measure or weigh the speci
man, but concluded it is the largest beet
we over saw.
Not enough wheat will be raised this
year in Great Britain to suffice for the
consumption of the people by 75,000,000
bushels. To supply deficiency will cost
about 1huxi0.xio in gold, to say noth
ing of the other kind of food required to
le imported from abroad.
One man has at last declined an office.
James M. Clark, apjointed U. S. Dis
trict Judge of Rhode Island, by General
1 Grant, was his name. It is a good place
too, with a nice fat salary and no great
amount of work to do, and appointed for
life at that.
Business has leen lively in Platts
mouth during the past week. The
streets are filled with teams from nine
o'clock in the morning until tax in the
evening, and the business houses appear
to be filled with customers all the time
The difference between Plattsiuouth to
day and Plattsmouth one year ago is so
marked hat one would hardly recognize
the place, except geographically.
The Burlington llnvck-Eye says: On
Friday night 50mc scoundrel, or scoun
drclscntcred the office of Gilbert, Hedge
& Co., and blew open the Kafe. The
amount realized about fifteen dollars in
currency would not much more than
pflv for the powder used. No elue to
the matter, although several suspicious
characters were known to have arrived
by theai)wn loat that evening.
The following is the ticket nominated
by the Democracy yesterday:
County Commissioner Benjamin AI
bin. Clerk B. F. Ramsey.
Treasurer J. M. Patterson.
Sheriff Henry Ijcnhoff.
Surveyor P.' C." Patterson.
Coroner-MVm. II' Donclan.
Superintendent Pubiie Instruction
Probate Judge F. White.
. The JicjjuWcuu says C.R.. Schallcr,
Esq., State Immigration Agent, leaves
this morning for Lincein in order to ac
company Governor Butler and party to
the Republican river for the purpose of
selecting 300,000 acres of land for a col
ony of British immigrants expected next
spring.. .Mr. Schaller haa already sent
to the South Platte the pioneers of a
colony of Goman Catholics, fifty fam
ilies of which arc now on their way.
The Nebraska City Press says the
Alabama Scheol La ids were sold on
Tuesday. ' The lot consisted of about
twenty-four hundred and forty acres,
and was bid in by Mr. Harrington,
Speaker of the House of Representa
tives of the State of Alabama, for about
$22,000. Mr. Harrington purchased
these lands with a view of having them
settled soon, and sny:, that he will occu
py portion of them himself. Part of
them will lie offered for Bale again.
Mr. Snell, of Ashland, was in this city
this morning. We !arn froui him that
considerable dissatisfaction exista over
the Republican nomination in Saunders
County, and that a People's Convention
was held last Monday, and the following
ticket placed in the field.
Com. Moses Stocking.
Clerk Ilobart Brush.
Sheriff CliaH. N. Folsom.
Probate Judge A. L. Sprague.
Surveyor A. L. Whitney.
Superintendent M. B. Giffin. -
Coroner T. A. Bunnell.
' " ; " " MARRIAGES, 2. . "
OntheGlhof October, at tb house of the
Wide' mother, by Kldcr O. IJ. Mollis. Oao.
Hkntox and Mia Lydi& Eikesbebt.
.On Aand-AS i-rening, October 3d., at th r"
dener of Abraham Snyder, K.j.t naar thi city,
by Judge Gage, John Sntpek and Miiu Mab
ritA JlTBaowy, all 6f tbia eoaaty. ." j 7 r
At Bight Mile Or6re. Sept 25. by Ecnj." Aus
tin, Isaiah White, of Iowa, aud Miss Alice
Kixsa. of thi county. "
I' 1. -. DEATHS ( . -
Oftobrr 5th. 186!, of inflamation of the brain.
Hkxuersor BIaloolb!. infant son of Isaac and
ElizabeUk ATiles. a(cd Ion ' year Z and 'three
month. - , ' . ...
Thou art irono, dear Mai lie.
Thy lifelew form is cold: ti
The wiac of death is folded.
Above tby lock of gold.
Thine eye are cloned forever,
Theixaeotle lifrht is fled; .
Their viichtless orbs sure aleeping, '. .
In the inanioii8 of the dead.
Thv dun pi rid haedi are folded, .
Above tby pulseless breast;
Thy cherub roice is silent . .
In the erave's unlrrokcn ret.
Thou art el ee pint; MalH,
In the valley dark and lone.
Where the beauteous stars look on thco.
And the niirhl winds softly inoan.
'!'ff inUstlia dear Mallie."" "
When the sun Is shining hriffht. "
When the evening fliM'ies arc tailing,
And through the. quiet night.
Hut the angels hands have bom thoo, -tin
wings ot'light and love.
To a laud of lite and beauty.
And a glorious home above.
We'll strive to meet thec Mallie,
r When oar Father 'a will is done. '
' And live with thee forever
Around (iod's eternal throne,
lilenweod Ojrin ioa please eopy.
' If too. want eheap clothing, or asything'in
that line, eall at Wm. STAOBLMAB'a. ;
. ' . 1 .' Juit Received,
The largest stock of the latest style of Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
etc., that was ever brought west of the Missis
sippi river. The prices are lower than before
the war. ' Call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. WM. STADELMAXX.
Oct. 7th w3 .
$1200 aad all Enpeases Paid.
Sea ad vertUem ent of American Shuttle Sewing
Maehiae in our advertising columns. ly
' All persons knowing themselves indebted to
me will please tall and pay ap immediately. A
word to the wise, U.
selutf C. K. Foeot.
ESTAV'S ORGAN AND MELODEAN AGENCY.
Mrs. KaieSimpwa has tha agency of the above
celebrated instraraentji. Any person desirous of
obtaining a first class Organ or Melodeon with
all the latest improvements snch as vox jubi
lant!, Ac. are requested te call at her residence
and get circular.
Plattsmouth Aag. 2tlf.
All persons indebted to the aDdenigned are
requested to call at her residenoe. eighteen miles
west of Plattsmevth, and setUe the same imme
diately. augXtf.J " ROSE AX!T DECKER.'
If All Parties Indebted to Us
Will eall and settle the same, they will save
themselves both extra trouble and expense, for
wo must have all necoants and 'note due us
Vaid. and that immediately, a -we are going
Eii!t aud must have the money.
. - liOOM liltO. X CO.
.ci.teiubr 2d. 19. - -
AN INALIENABLE WOMAN'S RIGHT. ..
rWe hold, this trnth to be self-evident that all.
women are endowed with ceryn inalienable
rights, among which are l?t)rty and a
Charter 0k Cooking Store. The latter is an
iiidispctiiiblc pre-requislte to the niaiiitenanco
of the first two, for it lightens her labors, pre
serves her heullh, cheers and soothes her tem
per, economizes her time and trcnth, and ex -
tends her leisure. It Is one of the institutions
which ever" housekeeper is entitled to. and it is
un warrantable to deprive her of it. K. T. Duke
A Co. areufoul in Plattsiuouth: 8oId whole
sale and retail by Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Valuable Farm for Sale.
WHOLESALE to I ETiA-XXi
Boots, Shoes, Queensware,
Plat tsinoutb, - Xebriultiu
POOMBltO. & CO.
have a large Stock of
Piece Good,' '
Bleached Muslins, Denims, blue St brown
Bleached Muslins, Deuiins, blue & brown
Bleached Muslins, Deniins, blue A brown
Shirting;, check and stripe, ,
Shirting, cheek and stripe,
Shirting, check and Htrijie,
Choice Bio Coffee, A Coffee Sugar,
Choice Bio Coffee, 1 A Coffee Sugar
Choice Rio Coffee, v . ' Brown Sugar,
Syrup, Brown Sugar,
Doom, Bro. & Co. have just "received
another largo lot of .Glass and Quoens
Syrup,- - ' " Salt Fish,
Syrup, Salt Fish,
Dried Fruit, ; Queensware,
Dried Fruit, Queensware,
Dried Fruit, ' ; . " Queensware,
Glaad Ware, ' k ' ' ' '
And a general stork, to which they eall
the attention of the Fanners and Public
generally. Have the best selected stock
and make the lowest prices. Ileniember
the place, the west corner in the Big
Brick, Main street, Plattsiuouth Nob.
All parties indebted to us by open ac
count or notes now due or past due,must
pay the same by the 20th of tliis month,'
(August.) And all notes due us from
the 2ltth of Augut to the 1st of Septem
ber: must be paid promptly for we
fcliall be obliged to protest if not paid at
maturity. Doom, Bro. & Co.
DOOM, BRO. sV CO.,
Agents for Birdsall's Threshing Ma
chines, Buffalo Pitt Threshing Machines,
New Yorker Self llaker Kcapcr, ' Buck
eye" Mower and Reaper, J. P. Manny's
Reajier and Mower, Wiera Walking
Cultivator, Broad Cast Seed Sower, Rod
and Mould Board Breakers, Stubble
plows of all kinds.
Hcery Implement Humwtsi.
Just received 100 barrels of Salt.
Doom, Bro. k Co.
DOOM, "BRO. & CO.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Grocers, Boots, shoes, Glass and Queens
1000 seamless bags for sale by
Doom, Bro. & Co.
We would advise all parties wanting a
good article of Tea go to Dooms' and get
it, they have the le.st Tea that wo have
ever seen in this city.
m m ,
Tf you want to get eouid A No. 1 Su
gar Cured llama, go to -- - - -
Doom, Bro. & Co.
1000 dozen eggs.
2000 Jbf reshibut ter.
-by Doom, Bro. & Co.--
A GOOD GHAtMCE
'.. , FOR A
GOOD BARGAIN I
llaviageoaiateted the platting and reron&ng
of my ltkK'i Addition to the City of Platfa-,
month, 1 am sow prepared to selt
- : .1 V' ; : . . ' '
in the Addition at reasonable rate. Tonus are
one half cash down; the other half payable tu
one year, at ten per eent. interest er- aanata
from date of purehai until paid. To be si cured
by mortgage on the property. , , K
, 2$. 1L IV t.
Donation to Churches.
I will give to the following religious denomi
nations, vis: . .
To the Uaptist Church, lot 12 in block 27 :
To the rngrvratiinal Church, lot "JO in blocfe?2ft
To the Metho-lit Church, lot 1 in bloek 12;
To the Catholic Church, lot 6 In blck 30:
To the Kpiscopal Church, lot VI in block H;
To the Presbyterian Church, lot 1 in block 21;
To the Christian Church lot YI in block 5:
To the Lutheran Church lot 1 .in block 23: -in
my Addition to the City of riattstnnuth, HMD
the following conditions, vis! That they hall
erect on said lots, as above donated, it suitable
building for public worship, within five years
from this date ; and. in raise of failure on the
part of said 2inrch or Churches to etMufly with
above eoauition, men anu in mat cae me
lot or loos shall revert te me. -
Donation to Public Schools.
I hereby donate lor tne use oi monc asisu-icj.
Sehools. Lot 19 in Block . on the north side of
Main street, aud Lot 10 in Block Zi, on the south
side of Main street, in my addition to the Citj-
1 1'latUraoutn, : . . o. . k
5,000 Acres of Land for Sale
in this eoanty. 'Also, Houses and Lota in this
ity, at low prices.
Particular attention given to the buying and
oiling of real estate, examining titles, and pay
ag taxes for non-residents. S. DUK..
ileal .restate Agem, ,
JOHN J. RtftSKLI
J. K. DOOM,
(Late of Doom. Urn. A 0o.,
MUSSESILiZi! s moors,
The Nebraska City Chvonuk, of
TinMla- niorniiik- savs a scTcre case of
stabbing occurred at the Gennania House
Sal.wn on " Main Htrect yesterday morn
ing, iu a difSculty between the proprietor
of the house. Chas. Wellsandt. and a
gertnan named Rhinehanlt, the latter
TcceiTiui; a severe wound m the abdomen.
The cause of the difficulty was m regard
to a few cents charjre for drinks. Doc
tors Larah and Ilershcby are in attcn-
iiue uuon the woundea man. t ell
sandt was arrested and lougea in jan
George Francis Train pcrslits in his
intpntion of runninir for the Presidency
in 167U, but he is . determined i to reject
h, party nomination. He announces in a
public letter that he and his associate
on tne ticket win run liioepenuenuy.
IBs reason nay be inferred from the sur
restive ouestion he adds, viz: ' Would
any sane man trust the Democrats after
1S6. '64. and 68 to drive ten jackases
abreast?" The sagacity displayed in
Situated on Four Mile Creek 4?i miles north
west tt" riatt."iiioatii. 1 mile from the 1'latto riv
er, anil three-fourths of a mile from the line of
the H. .V M. R. R.. and known as the Stocking
farm, containing iSn acre of choice laud, lmj
acres of which bottom liind. about ten acres
i are timber and about ninety acre in gra.-s. the
b;i l.i nee in cram ami unler tence. I pon the
promises ia a double cabin, frainu burn JiilSO feci
with stonu baKement, i-tablea and other out
buildings, an orchard, plenty of Mock water, a
never failing well, a good school hoiifc: uUu
I acres of timber land in Sanv countv. near the
' I mouth of the Platte river, also lots two and
:il .....m.,tsA fmm tlio ofhi-i'il n;iiM'rii ! r,x ' "nJ 6' 111 Kloek four (4 ami lots seven and
will be corrected Irom ttie ouiuai pajicn. j eight arJ S) jn hlnrk nnp hundr6il am, ,isty.
in the hand of the Secretary of the s- I eight ticsi in the city of I'lattsmouth. Terms
i-nauireat the premises or of the subneriber
ia Saunders Co. Neb. M. ST0CKIXO.
Plattsmouth, Aug. 5 tf.
In oar weekly edition of next week
will anpear an official list of the awards j
made at the State Pair held at Nebraska
City last week. The list as published
an far contains inanv inacuracics, which
ciety, Maj. Whecier, and publisheu in
the Herald. "
NTATE BOARD V ttli'V tTV RK.
Before seperating the State Board re
organised for the ensuing year, electing
the following officers:
President R. W. Pumas, Brownvillo.
1st Vice President Got. A. Saun
l!d Vice lresident -J. Sterling Mor
ton, Nebraska City.
Treasurer I A. Walker, Omaha.
Secretary D. II. . Wheeler, Platts
Executive Committee II. O. Min-
nock, S. W. Kennedy, Geo. Jennings,
This committee, with the officers, con
stitute the active board.
Wll EAT Supply moderate,but quality
greatly improving, good prime selling at
60(c$70c; fair medium, 5."(fiOe; lower
grades, 4 C5.V.
Oats Market quite lively, and re-
oeipts much heavier than last week,
choice oats bringing 3'h; ; lair at 3Jc
Corn Old, Sue ; new, .:540c.
Potatoes Market dull; selling at
20(g,23c per bushel.
A annfiul in'ruir -mua Vill.xl in frnnt of
the Sheridan House at Ircnton, Ohio,
last Tuesday ; it was found under a pile
of pig iron.
All persons knowing theraselvea in
debted to us eUher bv Note or Account
will pleasecall and settle imedjately.
Vallerys Si RnmiiR.
THE REASOJS WHY
Agents for Birdsall's Threshers, Buffalo Pitts Threshers,
- - Geiser Threshers. 4 -
... . . . -.. J. v.. . ......
Hew Yorker, Buckeye, John P. Manny's, Climax.
TT ,OWS: Industrial, Dixon, Grand Detour, Skin-
- ner, Iron Beam, Rod & Mould Board Breaker. 1
Bulky Bakes, Revolving Hay Bakes.
Little Giant Fan Mills, ?
Johnson's Corn Shellers,
Wier's Walking Corn!Plows,
Van Brunt Broad Cast Seeder,
Buckeye Drill & Broad Cast Seeder.
uuiuu vruxxx riautcrs .
Sorgo Cane Mills, Bells, &c.
Every Implement Warranted."
Plattsmouth. August 'JC, 1 SC..
Lot for Ten Dollars.
I will sell to pnrties tlcsirous 1 buildinir ami
mnmrliti' inv of tho lot i" in the subjoined list
in mv llitio'n to 1'lattsiDoatb. at ten dollars
per lot. under the following conditions, tii:
Th pervon inrchiins; will b requiri-d to
build on the lot purchased a dweUiua ousc of
the following dimensions. t-wit; Xhe bouse
to be not lew tnnn 134 n-or. wnn ory uoi
lowr th.m 6 feet. Ths frame luuf t be pvl and
substantial: house . woll hin(;led: fonnlatiu
either of brick or tone. There mut be kitch
en, of not - U-ss thnn 10x14. liuiltling mut he
completed on or before January lt. lsTD. Will
give a bond for a deed to the party who buys ns
soon as purchase is m:ide,ani upon complying
with the uliove conditions, will five ft good aud
sufficient Warranty Iecd.
SelcctioriS may be uiude frointhaaccctupaay
inz list: ......
Lotsoaiici SinllH k3: Lot 8 in uiock 4; j.oi
in blo-'W 12: Lot V in bloclclS; Lot 12 fn
block :.D: LoU i iui l 14 in block 'Jl ; Lot
block 'JJ: Lots 2 and K in oloclt 'JJ; Lots o iim
I in block Jb; Lioto in uiock it Ijou ! uo'i j.i
n block 2 ; Lots 4 and 7 in block 29 : Lot 2 lit
Plattswooth. Ak'.2otf. Office ia t'oart Hoosc
... . . . . . , - --. .
Cor. Main and Second Sts.f '
PLA TTSMO UTil JfEIWASKJl.
We are butchering nothing but tlio viry bt
of meat. wAK-h cau uluai be bud
"WHITB Sc BTJTTBBY,
Vallerya & JtufTner a;c now receiving
the largest a,sfiortiuent of Boots and
Shoes ever hn night to this market. Call
aud examine them. Nothing charged
for ehowing goodu.
Vallerya & ltuffnor are ju'it iu receipt
of a large stock of Dry CkhxIs.
Vallerys Sc Ruffner liave just received
a few more Kirby Reap ers on which they
will give good time.
Bacon and Lard for which we will give
the highest market price.
Vallku'8 k RcyrsiR.
Were sold in the Year 1868
SOT O.SE HAS EVER FAILED
tbi ptK-rccr orCKATioa or avsar ,
Charter Oak Stove
AID vsiiiru IIOVI
They Stand Unrivalled
For Simplicity of Management,
And for Cleanliness-in Cooking.
They are Home Institutions,
Maaafatare4 in tha West, and adapted to
the wauls of -
Western and iSouthem
Surely bo rood housekeeper can afford to l
rom rslcE list, idbssss
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
ioilet ooaps, Brushes, all kinds, Perfumery, and
ran a . a-ar . '
rancy loilet Articles, loys, trusses. Supporters,
Shoulder Brace?, Grass and Garden Seeds,
. i ' : - ; ,
. . ' : . : . : r ; i ; . -PURE
For medicinal purposes
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Dye Stuffs,
Stationary, Carbon Oil, Lamps, Chimneys,
Glass and Putty, also,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
GREEN AND CANNED FRUITS
CONFECTIONERY, &c. fcc
Having- heeo eunajf ed in svllinv; Drujts and Grooeries in this city for the j:ist so v-n jrejuw. we know
m vi ma prupia in our line oi irnie, aou are preparca wiiu m lurpe sivK oi moos or iu
oest naiuiiy 10 oppi- iuoso wuulo at very low prices.
612 Jc 614 V: M'tin t., St. Ismi, Mi.
E. T. Duke & Co.
"tho country and the thrift of the farm- j this tiuestion vnuld indicate that prpn
ing community. Train, at'tar al!, has lijs juci.l ii'tryaU
Vallerys k Jtuffner are agents for th
Schuttler Wagons which they are telling
at m?ucetl prices.
VaJlerys k Kuffucr ai-e'agents for the
Grovcr k IJaker sewing iaachine.s, the
( best in market. Call and see them.
J. & H. J. Streight.
Fruits, Confectioneries, Toys,
PRICE & LAMBING
PlatOmath. Xcbraslui, April 24. 186&.
WEHITB & BUTTERY.
CLOTHlKG i CL0
Hats. Cm. Boot's.'ShoW TrtlaVsV ValA-ca afiJ
South Side Main Street,' " : "
' , , Plattsmouth,-J'Cb-,,
rWOOLWORTIl Sc CO
STATIOJfE 1?1 y
Binders and Paper Dealers,
ST. JOStiPU. T vr'i C Ii0Bii
Kstrny iVotficra . i
T iik en np hy the snhcmibrr in Eliuwood Trs
nioct. Ciuin County, a hrowu fillK.twiyoiirol(l.-
with star in forehoaU. ' , " ,
. . . -. 1 . . .-n o . nj S.
ABgusi t-wn. inpy. o wj.t f
' TO r
Isthconlj )orfectca an
preparation , of . it kinc
ever offered to thu paUKk
and has r no rmpetiV
in merit. By lU ,n
GRAY. II AIR WrWi
restored . o its. Aorigin4
youthful: color ,and jbrUt
Iiancy;wbicU ia ao juuoIi
admired by all.4 rson
whose hair, ia thin falling
out will, by. tbo use of uat
R0M0TES Rcnewer,80on see ita ood
, jfjin cfTocts'aa, by its fotfic and
' wUraulatiug properties tho
ROWTH! hair chuiJa will bo incitod
and the hair grew, thick
and 8trongag;iin. . In oases
of Baldness it will crea
ucw growth .unle88"tE
DRESSING, follicles are destroyed. Xt
TRY r coo'l,1o' an .allaysall
the scalp. It doWno't stain
BOTTLE itho aUn as do'dye buk
A Wfl makea Xlie ac:Up white and
. mill . , , . 12 at K'n
iiilbllijlt ;t iS' tho' best 'aiid4mbK
as we kill from three to fire head of )vef ooulo
Mark t open Sundayi until 8 a. m.
Highest lirice paid for fat cattle. juli2ta3
Weeping Water, Neb.
. ssra m
DRY O0OD.S. .
HATS. CAl'rf. HOOTS. ,
SIIOKS. NOTIONS. Ac,
PIXB AND C0TT0XWOOD LUMI5KR,
gUINGLEH AND LATH
Wc ara Asjeata for
VHtlcox &. Gibbs Sewing Machine, .
which is undoubtedly the best Machine now in
e. nisriy tyu.
$20,000 Worth of Property
Conitinr of faru)s.with ttmSer adjoininr.near
I'lnttoinoiith. property in l'laUiiuonth City.
horse, cattle, wajons, etc.
For f jrther purticalar enquire of or addreaa
GEO. V. COL V IN.
aotrllHoraarlTO nattumouth. Neb,
FARM FOR HAM.
Tlii f:irm ii nitiiated one and a half milm be
low Reed Mill, oa Veopinc TlhU-r, ana eon
tainr 10 acreH. ou acrex timber, lne entire
tract if; unler fcnoe. and 75 acres in culttTatioo
WecpitiR Water rans through one corner of U.
tiirm. iwoaweiinn oouwi i tae prcinuu.
Price i.jH. .
I will alo uell the growinr crop .V) acres
wheat ami fifteen acrus corn, together with nil
- v twrtning atcnfils.
jekf K. S. STBEETER.
STHAYEl) From the underniirned, ten nii!ed
went from Plattsmouth, tweuty head of whrep
ten of them old cheep, the other lamb, t'ne
bla:k one, one with bell on and Ions korn, one
with one hind leu off juxt belo the rambrcil
joir t. . There ie one bliu-k lamb, aud one buck
l:iirl uilh v v heavv horns. Anv nerfon Riv
ing inforuiu:ioii of their wheraboata will be
gui'aulr rewarUeU. M. .M
SXHPSOlfff,- IVIXCESSZiWAIT S CO..
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
DOOES, SASH, &C,
Have retiiovcd their Lumber Yanl to the corner of 41
MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS, PLATTSMOUTH,
And have on hand and are receiving Lumtxtr in sufficient quantien to Ifill allorder, and at prices
to suit purchaser. We have aijo on band and for sale at low figures
50 Barrells of Cement, 250 Bushels Plastering Hair,
50 Lime, 5'JU ' Cu.il
20 Barrellsjof Plucler Parir.
llsve oooncd .1 slioi on Sixth street, south of'
Main, where they are prtpare.1 to donll work in ! 'e invite all to call and sea us at our new place o i
IIIG iJi ir-iii 1 1 11 uift line ,'14 ni.i ii.'iw Htr u
the hcrtr- .'trie. Shoeing. "Rconirinff. and all I ii .,..,,..,tl, v..lv..i- 1 ic:oi.-
IMPSO!T. MICKELTVAIT A CO.
In district Conrt M. Judicial Ltietrie withia
and for Cass County Nebrafika.;
an-l A. Itnin
V llavid Chedeter and A. Baia non rei
dent defendant, you are herelty notified tliat
lMiiel ti ken berry will take the teuuiouyo
varinus witnesiec. ueioro A. 11. etuuiiuan. -no
tai-y Pubiie. at Clianton. I.ucai oouatv Iowa
atHlo'clook a, m of Thurcday. the 21st day o,
i lr ti.hr r 1H?.(. and contiwaa until U o'clock f. Ul
of iid day. and to adjourn from duy to iuy ontil
all the depofitioiiH are taken "aid deponftions
to be use! in the trial of a cane in the liKricl
Court of the ii Judicial IJu-trirt ot Ca.-v nounty
Nebraska, in an action wbereii lanirl Kikur.
bitry m plaintiff, and Uavi-1 Chea enter aaa
l!iD are defendatitx.
By MnwiLL k. CJirms, Attys.
- - f . ' Mi t
(jcono'micrtl 'nVepaf ation ih
tho ' worl J,8 jtaeircc
hist so onuch longer. Beul
lmil for.our Treatise oif tho
LOCKS! hair, free to ally malL
Sold bt all Eruoolsti and CaaUsra a MadJtlnaa
COOK. COS'Jtlfl fii CO..
Gen'l Agents for North-'W'e stern Btatea
87 DEABE0UN STSEZT, CHICAGO, Hi-
W lln.irswlj i,f I'lAllMoionth. call. the BV
tension of our cuxtomcr!" to theletteni published
below of the wonderful effieaTt Sir. Keback'a
Ktoniach Hitters. Dr. Kuback'n Seandinavian
Wood Pillf. Webave beeit'neUinffthesaiaadl
cine' Ion enough to know that ihcy are rei'otn-
mended to be. and tuul me- eertinratea in earee
published are tree. - - . ,
Bead the following letter from
one of - the oldest andi mom
1 reliable grocery' trier chan fa. ia
the city of Jterenjyort.. . i
Afiirceably 1 o iuy
promise to yoiV whe"
here, I wHte yoii for
proper, a 'true state
ment of the good ef
fects of Roback;s
Stomach Bi tters upon
myself. I had .been
troubled with "irictt
gestion for a Jbn
time, attended, ;vith
when fortunately an
old soldier,; friend
came into the -store
to use Roback's Bit
ters. I did so by talv--i
n a small w'inc-glasy
full just before-each'
meal, aiidto myrcay
joy I was relieved at
once, and , am. now
well by their ; use. 1
would not be yjthtxui
them at any prfceV- 1
havTc . hot talinapjp
other medicine1 since
I coninicnceU1; (us:ji,e
the Bitters. - Arid; 1
can sav w ith a clear
conscience' 1 ity'; Ro
back's Bitters they
will do all they are
recommended to dc
if taken according
to directions ! - 1
Yours tru5yt -Frank
all peraooa intreated will appoar on Tuediiy, , i.-ii -i-n
the laih day of October i.-l!t. at YZ -o'clock OftilC Tiri Of liOJtl ebnCKl& MTLef
m. at the omce ot lae rioo if i:urr in rnei ry ,
... .i , . :j r:n :n i. .: r 1 iTT
Improved Farm Tor Sale
I will ell at Diiblio auction u the lretuiies o
Sir. James Batea. the houthwct half of
Sonthwent quarter of Section one (V. aiid
tio Ka-t half llA of SoutheiMt quarter i of
fei.-tion (2. Towu eleven tll.i. iUnite twelvnl2),
l'raine Iluuw, Stable and ifood well of irater
anduxk water on each ."f0 rci,- twoartresof
lantcd Walnut tree and ten acre of good tirn
er land. The aaid land ia situated ona-hhlf
mile went of Eight Mile rbve. To be Hold
without reserve on Thursday. Oct. 7th.
'Term of Sale : Part cah and the rciap.tndcr
on time to suit purchaser.
Irdl in HO nre tracu if desired.
SUx-k and a'arniture will bv tol l next Btor-.th.
of which due notice will be Kivun.
F. S. Whitk. AuJtioiiecr. .,
September ST. 1869. .t
Notice ia hereby piven that oa, the iTth Jay of
m ....... ii'-u . . i i 1
BcpieuioeT. A.. I), iw. n liiiaiu jdj aer ac-oiieu
a paper whh the Probate Jndire of Ca. I'ounty.
Hf-atia it to be the last Will and TeUviaeDt of
Frederick Schluntz, lata of Cas county de
Now, Uierefore. the ffitnes'c to aaut ill. and
of Plattfmouth. where iwid Mi ill will be lroii!jiI-
ercd ti adinittoProbtte. V M. 1. . fc.
pert -V) V ! w4. Probate .Iu Igc
AVIiok:ib Grocc-rp, D.tvenpoi-f
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