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THE HERALD JOB OFFICE
IS TIIE PLACE TO GET
Doom, Bro. k Co. haTa just
received a large stock of Browa
an J Bleached Muslina all grades
Doom, Bro. k
For a fin line
Hro. & Co.
go to Dooi
Doom, Bro. k Co. hare just re
rfivod the finest Btock of Dress
;,,odtobe found in th city.
Call and examine.
For a good piece of Ticking,
Dcins, Shirting, Stripe, fca, g
to Doom, Bro. k Co.
Bro. k Co. have th
Finest a.ortmeTit oi an wool v,aa
siidcrcs to be found in the city.
For an extra pieee of Jeans,
Cottonadca, Casinet, Satinet, or
anything in the iray of Piece
G jodu. go to Boom, Bro. k Co.
Doom, Bro. k Co. hare just re
ceived a large and well Belected
-took of Boot, Shoes, &c, all at
Doom, Bro. k Co. hate a large
Ft.x-k of Notions, Dress Trim
uiinp, Hosiery, kc. Call and examine.
Doom, Bro. k Co. hare a large
stock of "C" and Brown Sugar
a choice article. Call and examine
For "A" Choice Tea or Coffee,
go to Doom, Bro. k Co.
Doom, Bro. k Co. hare a splen
did stock of Syrups all grades
Canned Fruits a good stock at
Doom, Bro. k Co.
Dried Apples, Peaches, Cur
rants, Blackberries the best in
the market at Doom, Bro. k Co.
A choice article of Virginia
Fine-cut and Smoking Tobacco
a large stock at Doom, Bro. k
A No. 1 article of Coal Uil is
to be had by calling at Doom,
Bro. k Co. '8.
Poser, ts Iinle Co 1st) n and Artemua
T n pursuance of and by virtue of a decree of
A the District Court of the second Judicial Dis
trict, within and for Cass county, Nebraska,
made in the above entitled cause and bearing
date on the 3d day of November 1K09, 1 the sub
scriber being appointed special Master in paid
cause in said court; will offer for sale at publio
auction to the highest bidder for cash at the
front door of the courthouse in the city of Platts
mouth, Cass county. Nebraska, on Monday the
7th day of March 1870,at one o'clock, P M of
said day the following discribed real Restate to
wit : the south east quarter of section no twenty
in township twelre, north of range twelve, east
of 6 P M To be sold as the property of said de
fendants above named, to satisfy said decree, the
amount of which is t;J 99 and interest on the
same from the date of said decree at the rate of
18 per cent, together with eoKts of suit and sale.
JOSEPH W JOHNSON, Special
Master in Chancery
Maxwell k Chapman, Attorneys for lTff
Tn the District Court, 2d Judicial District
L within and for Cass County Nebraska.
Amelia Brown and William Burns
David Lonrhery and S. D. Fairbanks.
To said David Loughery and S. D. iairbanks,
nnn.rixiilpnt ilpfenilants vou are hereby notified
that William Burns and Amelia Brown on the
"Kr h .l-iv of .f unnarv 1K70 filed their petition in
the District Court of Cass County Nebraska the
nhit ami tiravpr of which ii to reform a deed
executed bv David Loughery to S. D. Fairbanks
nn tVi Kth da.v of SeDtembeJ. A. D. 1858. in
which he intended to convey the South-west
quarter LJ-iJ of Section K fifteen 1.15 Township
.i.vpn !11 nrt1i of Ranee twelvell21 in Cam !
county Nebraska but by mistake Nerth-west
quarterof Section fifteen Town eleven f Kango
112J East 6 P. M.. was inserted in the deed
(which he did not own; and praying that said deed
may be reformed to express the true intent
of said parties. Also praying that said S. D.
Fairbanks be required to execute deed to said
plaintifis for said tract of land he having sold all
his right title and interest in soid land to John
M. Gregg on the 23d day of May 1S62, but failed
inmiliai Aph for the same. That the said
John M. Gregg conveyed said land to plaintiffs
grantors on or about the 19th day ot March 18b,
And praying that the title to said tract of land
may be perfected in plaintiffs according to thcu
respective interests. ...
That you are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 14th day of Mareh 1870.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Site gcbratsfca gwaltL
LOCAL 2M JiWS.
From Thuridtiy'i Daily.
Mr. Springer, of Ottumwa, was in the
city to-day on business.
"We are in receipt of the official call for
an Extra Session of our State Legislature
on tho 17th inst, (next Thursday,) and
will publish it to-morrow.
Prof. J. G. Miller arrived here this
morning from a visit cast He brings
with him a couple of gentlemen who rep
resent a large amount of capital, who
propose going into business either
Plattsmouth or Ashland.
F D. LEI1NIIOFF.
GREAT RUSH ! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, are going to
B. SOHHASSB Sl CO,
To buy their
1ST JEW YORK STORE
sto ck of Queens and
.ie sold cheap Do ,
General Stock kept and sold at low Cash prices by
from Country Merchants promptly filled by DOOM, BRO. k CO. q
EL BLOOM &c OO
I v I Jt '' 8 -00M V co!!T!?lsaJ
C) 2 81
Mr. Merriman has resigned the Rail
Road Agency at East Plattsmouth, and
Mr. Wentz has been appointed in his
stead. Merriman takes a situation on
the U. P. Road, we did not learn what
"We had the 'pleasure of a call to
day from Mr. Geo. S. Smith, of Afton,
Iowa. S r. Smith is an attorney, and
visits our city with a view to locate
here. We hope he may see it to his
advantage to stay with us, as he is the
style of man we like to see locate in
our place. lie is a man young in years,
but from our little acquaintance with
him he appears to have all the requis
ites of success prominent among which
is a just regard for moral worth.
From Friday Daily.
Mr. Harris. Land Commissioner of
the B. k M. of Nebraska, arrived from
the west this morning.
Capt Butt, of the Railroad Transfer
boat arrived from Burlington by the ex
press train this morning, and fired up
this afternoon ready for business.
The new machinery for the city ferry
is on the east bank of the river, and will
be brought over to-morrow. The boat
will be ready to run in about a week.
It is eaid that oil and water will not
mix, but we saw a fellow endeavoring to
mix "benzine" and water yesterday. He
placed a large quantity of "benzine" in
side of his hide, and then broke through j
the ice while crossing the river.
The largest and most comjlot
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, fit greatly reduced prices.
attention to our new styles of
We call particular
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YA S, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds and priccB t suit ar numerous customers. large stock of
HATS AND CAPS, ,
We have a larre stock of the celebrated GARDEN CITY GLIPPE".
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, all kind of
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES,
Plattsmouth February, 10th, 1870. tf. D. StUNhbM, C O.
Oue door west of the Hkrai.d OICco,
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA,
Lounges, Tables, Safes
Of all descriptions and at all prices.
Metalic Burial Cases,
JOMJ'II SC If LA Elt
AND DEALER IN
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
dors wel of
e Old Stand,
Main Street, two
nov. 10 w tf.
Of all sizes.
Ready made, and sold ctcap for cask.
With many thanks fur past patronise, 1 nvit
all to cull and examine my large a tuck yf t' ""n"
ture and Collins, I inniSit.
O. A. DERBY.
OTTUMWA MK G CO.
0. A. DERBY & CO.,
MAN U F AC T U HERS
DIS. ITfl II. HICXVSKEV,
Will be at Dr. Livingston' olTice during the
la.t week in each month. All orders left at th
l'ost Olliec will be promptly attended to LjuyO
says of Weeping Water.
mxlraot fi'oisi Inciter 4
Wholesale and Retail
As I was tcllinir vou. my dear Mrs. Orundy.
I tnme on my mule to Weeiiintj Wmer in a sadly
dilapidated eondition n; hat. rrn lioot-t eo:.t
f Ux kinns in holt, destitute of all tho.o con
venient aliiiteii)inces wliieu ornauieut a veil
dressed man haviiiR been deprived uf all b
the merciless savages, who even took my ciciir
'I'll i iik i n ir that I mipht in that flourishinc to n
obtain a second-hand blanket, I rode up to
larpe frcipht w;i;n loadi
1'lat turnout h retail trade.
d wilii Roods tor tho
I entered. Judge (
promptly met and
-tr TT tsui 'J" my surprise when 1 was promptly met an
iM U t! UU U UUUI I'll IU VUllilt ll'UH I'," " 'U
H 1 llft pP toed boots to n irooHc-quill toothpick, for the pal'
ii.H.JaaB try sum of uiuedollar und sixty-two and one
' hii'f cents, thc'Jj evnts Lcir. the profits tn tin
A LARGE STOCK OV
The "transfer company" broke through
the ice yesterday with a load of wheat
The "transfer company" got out sate,
but the wheat did not succeed so well
The cargo was a total loss. No insur-
Dry Goods, G-roceri
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
Hats 8l Caps, Boots & snoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALlStb,
if...- Second D oor East vj C t vr J
J.IJ. til I J" v- ,
Ml M .
Broadway, Council muns. iowd. .cm
Perfumeries, Hair Oils,
We devote most of our space yesterday
and to-day to Gen. Thayer s speech on
the admission of Virginia. We know
that as a general rule set speeches are
rodmus to the ordinary reader, but we
think this one will be generally read and
endorsed, as it treats of a subject in
which all are interested, that of recon
The ice has been gradually loosen
ing since yesterday evening, and about
noon to-day it shoved down from the
mouth of riatte to nearly opposite Main
street, where a large cake lodged. The
river is clear of ice from the upper ferry
lai.ding to mouth of Platte. Should the
present warm weather continue boats
may be looked for about the 20th or 25th.
HATS, OAFS, BOOTS, SHOES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
Plattsniouth, Nebraska, August 5th, 18C9.
Our motto is quick sides and suiidl profits.
North SiIe SSaiii Street,
(Between Second and Third)
fffv, jfSvl A ?1v
sooils. If yon want nnythine in th
uiiHcoilaneous line, cull on them, mid il you dm. X
ceo wlint you want afW for it. I would reiuurA.
here that they are Ronerou. IiDcral, zona look
ing und truthful to a fault."
REMbMBER THE PLACE
FOU SAl.ti oil KEiW
The undivided half or the whole if di-.iired
ndtC TIL UFFS GIUST A SI) SA V MIL L .-24-hor?c
power engine an 1 boiler.2 r"'r of 3 foot
burr. ;0 inch circular paw, two ptory mill houso,
aoifxjfeet; overythiuz in good runnir.g order.
GOOD D WFLLIXO 110 USE.
of four rooms and cellar. For pnrtiVnlnr on
qureof. C. StHLl.-N JA. .
irzLl.j hock iiluli.-1, La-seoutii). Suu
Improved Farm anil Tim
ber fror sale.
The farm in about 20 miles weat from Plti-
mouth. 2 miles west of Hoover's, on the Istnge
road. 6() acres has been in cultivalion lor
bou.-e upon it, and plenty of flock water : it in
southwest ! of section 'JTi, town 12, range 11 10U
acre.x, ana eonnccteu with it is lot i and soutn
east J-4 of southeast i of section LO, mBKi town:
and ranjre, timber w and W-IW acres, inttkinjr
2,)0 and .i-re.-'. AIho. the nortliweit -,4 oi
northwest i of station 24. town. To, r.-iiijo 4-1, im
Mills county, Iowa, due ea.t from i'lattsmonth
and ono mile from tho rirer. heavy timber, hot
terms address D. II. SOLOMON.
ma2Btf. uleuwood. Iow.
AND ALL TBI
BRANCH HOUSE :--
SIB1PSOKT, MICKKLWAIT CO.,
Prescriptions carefully compounded by an ex
Tamnmlwr iTl fllAC. 01fOSlte
iner's. l'lattsinouth, Ktibraska.
Clark & Plum-
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
J300ES, SASH, &C.
I lave remored their Lumber Yard to the corner of
MAIN AND SIXTH STREETS, PLATTSMOUTH.
A COOD CHANCE
Haying completed the platting and recording
of iny (Jjckk'sJ Addition to the City of FlatU
mouth, I am now prepared to sell
, i : n . T.MTnir in sn
uirJurchaS. 'W. bare als'o oo hand and for sale at low figure,
fficient auanties to ;fill aUerders. and at
50 Barrells of Cement,
50 " Lime,
20 Barrells of
250 Bushels Plastering Hair
in the Addition at reasonable rates. Terms are
one half cash down; the other half payable in
f n nor iwnt. interest ner annum
from date oi purcnase uiuii paiu. j.u uc ottuivi
by mortgage on the property. DUKE.
We invite you. call and sea ms at mr iw pla. i lnsJl,eFf-gIMp.. K MICLWAIT k
PUttsraouta. Kebraska. Beptemfcer 1. iso
GEO. FICKLER, Prop
no urn of town, on
ROCK BLUFFS ROAD
HOS. B. TOOTLE.
, K.HAXXA. J. B. CLARB
Donation to Churches.
I will give to the following religious.denomi-
Tohe'iJaptist Church, lot 12 in block 27 ;
To the Cemrregational Church, lot J in block S;
To the Methodist Church, lot 1 in block li;
. i . - . . .. ii t ia a J.i i
Tootle, Hanna & UiarK, KSSSra
i io me rresuyieriim v,iuiv.. . .
:b -&-iEsr :ec is s
t -....-.rl tn kill beef cattle, hogs, sheep
etc.. for eustomers, oa hort notice an
OIVE ME A CALL.
And dealer in all kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
Mais street, (third door west of P O
Plattsmouth - - Neb.
B-epairing and Varnishing neatly doae.
"Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
Gold nud Silver Coin,
U.S. and otlicr Stoclts.
D,afts drawn on all parte of th.rnitrfpute.
and Kurope. Deposits receirea. u
tention kitcb to collections.
, ,lf, Plattsmouth, Neb.
FEED. SALE AND
MAIK STREET, PLATTSMOUTH, MEB.
I am prepared to accommodatethe public with
Uartet, Carriage. BgggUt and A No. 1 Heart,
on short notice and reasonable term"- "Vi.
will runt teamboat landine.andto all prar
of the city wneu eired.
Jan 1 lOd&w.
T , u fhM.iiin I unrcn ifii. l 111 uivia .
To the Lutheran Church lot 1 in block 23;
in my Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, npon
the follow inp conditions, via: lhat they snail
erect on said lots, as above donated, a suitable
building for public worship, within five years
from this date ; and, in case of failure on the
part of said Church or Churches to comply with
above condition, then and in that caso tne
lot or lots shall revert to me. jrjKE-
Donation to Public Schools.
T herebv donate for the use of Public District
Schools. Lot 10 in block 6. on the north side cT
Main street, and Lot 10 in Block 22. on the south
aide of Main street, in my addition to the C lty
lPlattsmoutn. o. xix.ij.
5,000 Acres of Land for Sale
in this county,. Also, Houses and Lots in tuis
city, at low prices. iV
particular aneniion rucu i iut ....
Mtlline of real estate, examining titles, and pay-
uiK taxes lor non-resiueuis. ..
Real Estate Agent,
Lot for Ten Dollars.
.iik lirii't nr stone.
cn. of not less than 10x14.
BOOTS & SHOEbl
w w w L.on ah mirchase is mae,and upon com ply i
1 mv RKnn two . and It half
eo'th of Plattsmouth. on the road leadin
ck Bluffs, where I am prepared to do all
of work in my line on the shortest notice.
flavin removed my Shop two
KIUUB ,. v. .
Tr -enn want a oair Of iNO. I
BOOTS, '.SHOES OB SLIPPEBS
flMlkinds of produce Uken in fart payment.
Thankful far past patronage, I top. to merit
ontiiwiancA ot the same
U. W. FERBEE.
t will M1 to Darties desirous of buildingand
improvinr. ny of the lots n'W'
in my addition to Plattsmouth, at ten dollara
build on the lot purchaMod a dwellina- nogse oi
the followinc annensions.
to be not less than 14x24 feet, with story not
lower than teet. i ne iraiiio uiii B
iubstantiul; house well shingled; foundation
Building inuMt be
toon as purchase is made.and upon eomplying
with the noove eonanmiiK, wm m
sufficient Warranty Deed.
Selections may be made from the accompany-
flu b and 8 in block 3 : Lot 8 in block 4 ; Lot
14 in block 12;L.t 9 in block 18: Lot 12 in
block 20; Lott 2,9 and 14 in block 21 : Lot 8 in
block 2-' Lot 2 and 8 in block 23; Lots 5 and
11 in block 26; Lot 5 in block 27: Lota 13 and 17
in block 23; Lots 4 and 7 in block 29; Lot 2 in
riattsmouth, Ang.26tf. Office in Coart House
W. K. Vaughn, Esq., is getting out a
B. & M. Rail Road Guide, embracing a
history of the towns along the line of the
road from Burlington to Plattsmouth;
also, st etches of Ashland and Lincoln.
Advertisements of the leading business
of the different towns will be
?nArtfl at reasonable rates. Mr.
Vauehn is well known in the west as an
honorable gentleman, and his statements
can be relied upon as correct.
From Saturday' Daily
There are a large number of strangers
in and about the city looking for prop
erty, and changes aae becoming more fre
quent than heretofore. Owners of real
estate are not getting so extravagant in
their ideas as many feared they would,
and we are glad to know that plenty of
property can be had at fair figures. Pur
chasers must expect to pay a little more
now than one year, or evcu dia
months ago, and they will have to pay
still higher in another six months or !
There is a report in circulation that a
stranger attempted to cross the river on
the ice near the rock point last Thursday
night and broke through, and that noth
ing more was seen of him. "We give little
credence to this report, but would sug
rpsr. that if there iaanv truth in it the
person who saw the man break in should
have at once reported the facts, in order 1
that he might be identified and his
friends informed of his late it possiDie,
even if nothing could be done to rescue
Hon. T. M. Marquett returned from
Lincoln last evening, where he has been
on business for the Railroad Company.
We learn from him that the Company
have secured most oi tneir nrst zu.uw
acres of land under the State grant in
Jefferson county as near m a body as
possible, with a view to settling a colony
The "Morning Star Minstrels" will
sing, at their next concert, that soul
stirring song commencing,
"In Springfield mountains there did dwell.
A lovely youth, -who was known full well."
They entertained the excursionists last
evening with some excellent pieces.
The ice broke loose yesterday so as to
allow the "President" to make one trip !
to the upper landing, but she was
hemmed in again fast night by heavy )
lodrine above her. An attempt
was made this morning to break through,
but the ice was found too heavy.
OVER A KILE.
John Manley laid over a mile of track
on the B. k M. in Nebraska yesterday,
lie will be delayed several days before
reaching Ashland by unfinished mason
work, but will reach that place by the
first of March if the weather continues
extensive general stocM
of Qootls tliat tve are constantly ezs
tve ofier to tl&e
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN
Weeping Water, Neb.
nromntlv und ne:itly at the very
lowest prices possible.
We Warrant Satisfaction.
MERCIES & BRO.,
Main street near Cth St.. flnttsniouth Keh.
Icnow mtist gi&&
sorting trj9? tvli-U
lie at prices tliat isc
V purchase the very best Goods at tltc head f Mar
itrirtlu for cash, and are prepared to comptti rf
- C1ALIBS IV
HATS, CATS, BOOTS.
SHOES, NOTIONS, AM
PINS AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER.
SIIIXCT.E3 AND LATn.
We are Aent for
WiUcox &. Gibbs Sewing Machine,
rhich is undoubtedly the
best Machine now in
tcith the trade ot any point on the Missouri river.
HUMASON & MIOADES,
Floral Guide For 1870
The F!rt Edition of One Tlundr. d and Tu enlv
Thousand copies of Viek's Illustrated Cutalosue
ol'Seeds and Horal Guide is pubh.-hed and
ready to senu oui. iunciLcmi) i"1"1 ... .... -
tinted paper with about 200 tine wood tnaravinRS
of Flowers and Vegetables, and a beautiful
('olobkd Plate consisting of seven varieties ot
Phlox Drummondii, making a fino
BOUQUET OF PHLOXES ; WHITE & SIM,
KIT FKEE ! !
To Ann Part of The City.
It is themostbesutiful. as well as the most
:M,.tir. Flonil Guide published, giving piaia
and thorough directions lor the
rn imi OP FLOWEKS AND VEI1ITABLES.
ti. finidB is nnblished for the benefit
of mv customers, to whom it is sent Tree i
application, but will bo torwarded to all who . ap-
k mail, fnr ten cents, whieti 19
not hull its
Bochester, N. Y.
Russell ' Doom's Old Stand,
REAL ESTATE ! !
rr a TTcwnriTH NKR OF CHOICE LANDS
PLATTSMO UIH, llliio. imBrov8d and Unimprovsd,
STOVES AlfD TilM STOS
T. XDTJJECE & CO.,
THiolesale and.Retail dealers in
Hardware anil Agricultural Smplcmea
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IB0H, BRASS,
STEEL T? L O W
t. il ... term.. - also. CltV uronor-
ty. consisting of Residences and UuimproTed
t '. Ti,.,..ilp;rini! to invest capital will nnrt
tboir interest to call and examine our list
:fn SpLrLOCK & WINDHAM.
LOOK HERE !
All 1 F.st:it claced in our hands for sale
will be thoroughly advertised without extra joet
tn ih nwner. e Kuarauiy 10 iwiciu.-im;
nie-e of nronerty placed on our
f,.n rU.-.-riiition of f'Jine when desired. Ibis
cives parties desiring to sell the full advantage
of advcrtisiuir their property for sale, without
having a dollar ?t tne expend t..Pfy.
Imnroved Farm and Timber
1 . .. . , ,
I Forsalo. Ihe fara is situate 1 i' mues wen
OI J lll.'lUVIiVU . . . , .
10 acres of timber ; a.so, a story auu uu
house. For terms see
aug5tl.J fcjf lixtiAt.J. a; ni.muaai.
Improved Farm for Sale.
Containine SO acres, six miles west of PlatU
Havin removed to their New Store Corner
Main and t th streets, will
DELIVE GOODS FREE
That are purchsed at their Ktorere. Will sell
Goods as cheap as ever, and wiil not be under
sold by anyone.
Our Stock consists of the best brand? ef
TEAS, COFFEES, UGARS,
Canned and Dried Fruits,
OYSTERS, SARDINES, SPiCES, FLCUR
Buckets, Soap,. Salt,
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
and ever: LLintf kept in a Grocery Store. Ev ery
article wiirrnel ot the bcetquality. lUehiEa
est price puid in ca.sh for
Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs,
BAGOfJ, HAMS, UM,
and all kinds of Farmers Produce.
Cash paid for Hides.
t-PL'RLOCK & WINDHAM.
C. LAZES ST.
Of aU kinds and sites, whieh we warrant the kest in the market.
Tin Roofinff, Gutters and Spouting Done on Short Notka
Are exclusive Axe-its in this county for the sale ot
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or w 00a qjoow
-Main street, next door east of the Matnio BUek,
A Great Bargain.
We hve for salo an R0 acre truct of land 1
on mllI m.iitl.WC.'t frOlll PllllitilllOUth.
an be bad at a bo ill u 11 appi-mum n u
coon. or i. -aj'jv--v
Ilealili.Comfort antS Economy
Three reasons for Aiding with
0 USlklS I
IIUTTERT LAZKNBV, props.
oeojuCtE w. colvin. LIVERY SALE &. EXCHANGE.
Give w a call-
OAK BTKEKT, FLATTSXOITH, KIB.
Two blocks northwest of brick School Iltmso.
ti V,. . TATTT HOUSE, free t.- patrons; kis
rooms are well reniuaie'i. hn-i k.- i'"";
J-The bestof Horses aaiEufKiesotihsnd."
Corner Vine and Fourth street.
jr.21d.lwtf. Platt'trcnth Nebraska.
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