Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1870)
urlington & Missouri River
Railroad Company in
Vi.ATTjiiiol-rH, Skb., Feb. 15, 1370.
Vlif HiirlsuKti.n V Mi.ouri ltiver Hailruad
i.'miipaiiy in Nebraska experts to receive early
uf! suiutiKT, iiil-nt9 In i in the United StaUs
l ,r:i'l l.an ls to whi.-li they inay be entitled.
v,ne K:i-t f and inrlu. linir Range Six, Eait of
tti -Sixth I'riiu iial Meridiun.
Whi-n title iiiil I he obtained, the lands will be
('. r a!e ;i bcluw muted and illustrated :
On Long, or Ten Years Credit.
TITc Jlurlinton i- MiiMouri River Railroad
(Vtnpnty in Nebra.-ka will sell 1'mirio Land on
a l"i,' relit ol'tcii year, with eix per cent, in
tiT t. n 1 " 11 I'mii ie ;ind 'limber Laii'i on n
i-li'irt credit of two year., with ten er cent, in-i.-rc-t
on hal;;ii-e tinpind, or lor cash. The short
en- lit kii-1 cash price ia twenty i.er cent- less
! ii iti the long eredit.rii-e- To make the term
an l pro "i'Mt r siil'! of thee diderent plans of
:ile jjerteirtly jihuii, let the following examples
Long Credit Illustrated
Sv.y ih.it 1'lsirres of lnnd. nt S10 per cre?400.
i l-ought on Inns credit uf ten years, on April 1,
-"- '1 he payments will be due and payable as
1 Vli.ws :
, .rill. 1 STi . pay per cent
itileie-Joiiiio!) 2l 00 i li 00
A,.r"l 1, I-.l. pay C per tent
iiiM-rest bs: before 24 00 24. 00
Then one-ninth of principal, as follows :
- 1, H7:i
.... 44 45
.... 4 4 14
.. 4 1 4."
.... 41 44
.... 4 4 41
.... ii 4
1 t a.;
m 4 4
il'.'OOO U1100. $.U 00
ifso acres y bo-nrht nt ?5 per acre, or if 160
here-.-i hnupht at ! ;X per acr- the payments
wiil ! uu- a hen and for the m inc. amounts ad on
thenbove forty 'Tes at S10 per uro.
Short Credit Illustrated.
Sa.i the same 40 a res as above is bought on our
tV.rr '-r.-iit ol two years, the price will be ?S per
icre. JJ per cent less than the long credit price
payable its follows:
April 1. l7o. 4of prtneipM, ; $106 C7
1. 1-71. ;a d i. and luc int. S21 S4 IliS Ol
1. If 72, " 10 tW 117 aj
$32 00 7)2 00
dn If. il fiaytiiTit of cither kind of contract,
tin- b'-yer is entitled to a general warranty deed
iivlhu' a 1- rtct ttf'tf.
l'ur (.'.u h. or the Company' I'onds, in fall at
date of purrha.-e. the same forty acres a above
c m be tn.uirht at if per acre-$ 120, and then get
a .in 1.
T'a.- Itonds of the Oorapiny will he taken at
ili-tr t i"'' an 1 accrued iaterest in payment for
hui. 1 it the purchase is large enough to cover the
full amount of the bond.
I!y the first of April next, a valuation will be
fixed on all lands' which the Coinpuuy expects to
iret ii is .a.-t oi Kane irive Kast, and south of
:tie twenty mile limit of the L niou l'acific ltail-
tho Cotnpnny may not pet title until after
im-. ii l-.r breaking prairie hhall be far aJ
'1. it will, oil and nfter the first ilayof ,4pril
, us below stated, ot.er a i.re-emtion rieht
L. .j'i"iLi:i.( m 'lull r, t ;i i.iu lilt; lining
i i. to any pi:rnn wln will pay ia
. iitum o! tne v
iuatioii price of the land that
:iv wish tij
fill ri I i!iiii. I IIU l.:i V 111 i.iir will
peis.in who makes it. the laud that
lei ;. upon :.Ue tenui uud conditions below
1, to wit :
' 1. The Company w ill grant pre-emptions as
In I'.titvs Six and Seven Kast, onand after
April 1. 1SV0.
In l!..'ns- Kij:Ht niiil Nine Kast, onand after
yli.r.l ", 170.
In Kair-'i s Ten and Eleven East, on and after
l.i llaii-.'e.? Twelve. Thirteen and Fourteen
V.::-t, -.ii ai: l :'f;.-r .l-r:l U. 1.0.
I'portnni'y will bepiven on each of said days
f-.r.i::y two or in ji e pt i -ous who may want the
m:i !an 1 to lid therefor. Thi pre-emption
will ! e annuel to the one who will pay the most,
iiii ! I .r;ii,Mth pay in lash, tlx perteiitum ol the
pri. e, ;is in other oasis,
2 I si no ease will n pre-emption r'wht beprant
e 1 ! i. ne person tor a piece of land upon w hich
ioio'.'i. r person is lc-iilin. or has any i:i:prove--.
miles- the fa-'.- in relation to the residence
or i:n.ri vetiie;sof such person are fuiiy ftated
in l! ' hi plica'ion: and uny .ini--siiiii or false
.. it le nt in this ri-.-pe-t will work a forfeiture
i tne iiioiu v that may be paid, and will cause
!: pre-emption to be treated as null and void.
A'j -i the Company shall ha vc obtained title
in th..- l:u; 1- wiih in the limit-: named, it will pive
t n !!'- notice thereof in newspapers printed at
l'i i' - soil .in h. liincoln ami Nebraska City, nml of
a . r.nii fixed -lav when it will e prepared t
. .... 1. 1.- i..p.l!i.i..ilaf.ii'U I t w ii I
'I in: ivv . 'l.i. i." . iiii.p . .............
tit tiie sum:' time and in the same manner,
notice to ;h..se who may takeout pre emp
th.it they must, within sixty days utter the
tixcd tr . selling, enter into contracts lor
itie p.ir-toMe of th" hind tor which they may
h iv ;.j pliel. Special i.otii-e f .-aid day will
- ... !.. ki''I1
t'l.- i'.i-t i iiii.-i
I'l'.cr 1 lie i : i y
t'.l.i'in ly ilcposii msr leners in
. to their ad Ii-ess. within two weeks
for selling is iied. In ease the
1. 1. 1. . .nit .hull tail to nay tor. or
i'i. ...ilji.i'.'ll .'i:. .iiii. ..... f - j - - -
ei.t. r ;i.'.i ni:tr;ii-r t. r-'V for the limrt wlmh he
m n !'; vi. i.rt'-'n!!.;-il lii-ture the c.t.iran..n 1.1
f .i i M.t v .l::ys. in- wil! thcrci-.v l-.su :tll lj-m-tir nf
hi .r;-;iii'iiiii riiii. n t the imiiuy which he
J'.r. .:ivc p.liJ ihitlc'ini W ill l.e folil itfil.
i." Ini-a.-e Drtr-eiiU'tioii appli'-ant yliuli nee-
n -i urn in-. ... . " ;
J . I i . - ii- al" e iininc.1.. ami fh.-ill furt.-it hi-- pre
i UHitiiill ritrhr. he ill ul. J'"i IV it ail impriive-ir.Mit-
that !ie m:iy h:ive ui:i.le uj.oii tlielan.l;
ami in c;i.c ho is ri'si'linn tin-Te.n. ami. utter
-.r:rtiii:r. rh-ill iirrlrot ti Kive q.ii.-t n.i onoi-a- i
i ir witli.n ton l:iys to saiil Coiuinmy.
In: v.il tin r. !. a-'rirt thnt tin i ti p iy to aiJ
C'nii-.paiiv u(t iii.ihtrs n iiimh fmiii 1 lie date of
hn :iniiiition nniii iie?hull oluntariiy leave.
r i iM i Do ci;U;U iioui Uici iirtUiO.-cs.
l'r :-oinp'!i ns v. 'i'A imt be tcran.i-1 .n tiinbor
1 .r. I. excort h rpeciiU oiuli; uiiw. " and. ma
!!. . ral riilo. ii-o-iiii.iiii- w ii 1 iiot Ijc Kranteil
1 r li - than "no humlrtii an l MXty aervs. cs
c ! : in -i'ori.'il oases w here the -ilc of ft "mailer
H i -nt'T v w ill not injuriously afi'eot the interest
. Cii!iir.:niy. While t"..e Cotrpany intend to
j., ,,. pre-cmpti""" li'ierally. it will reserre the
ii. 'ir to rejo t any application. i
i ho lm noy that the pre-emption applicant
may pay. ttrther with six per eont. interest
thi r.-.n from date of payment, will beallowed
to hi-n as part of th pnrohase money, u)x.n li is
i t. -ling into an nicotine Ciint rm-t t.) puri-hase
!h- land within ixtv l.-iy after the day i fixol
an I advoiiied that the Company H ready to sell
an 1 ti) isne eontraots of sale.
i! .-M.- t.iuulars and IJI.tnk applioatinn can
he obtaii:ei irniti. hv nrplvinfr to or ad.ire5.sing
JKO. S. IIAKKIS, ,;
Land Commissioner R. & JIo. H- K. Co. in Neb.
ny person wantinc lund of this Company, in
ri'hor Hanj.-s 7. S. M. lo. 11. 12. i:?orl4. Kat of
the Tth Trin'-ipil Meridian, on the for eoin
conir.;ious. shi;uhl fill upcorrcetly atnlsiu'lian-1
i"enj Willi the proper amount ef money thefol
li.winK application, in dmiii-ute, adUrersed us
A.D. 1870- .
l.-u.i (', r.. j- JJ. i:.n. Cj. .h',v?6..
Purrs octh. Nf.b.
Srii: Ilavinc carefully read and considered
the terms Mid conditions, as ,ilove set forth, upon
whi.-ll p-o-en:prinn rinhis iviii be praiitod. 1 here
by ucreeto be in all respects. lupd thereby Mid
n:bjoctto yaii! terms and conditions. I hereby
apply for a rre-fiuption right to ..of
ieciion in Township Xorth of KaiiKO
Kast ot the Sixth l'rinoipal Meridian.
situated in the County of imd containing;
acres, uioro or Us, as per tiovernuient
Snrvcv, at S per acre,
21- Post olTu-o address is
fn receipt of a satisfactory application, the
following blank receipt wil! be correctly filled,
in .iii),nHte. and one copy retained and the
ctht-r delivered aud sent, to applicant:
Fi.at-ismoi tu, Xeb A D. 1S70.
Silt; Vour application for a pre-emption, as
above made, is received and allowed, and this
will be considered M effect in j: a bindincaRroe
nient between you and said Company, i he cash
payment of six percent, of the valuation price f
the land you have applied for U hereby acknowl
edged, being Dollars.
To be signed by
Land Comruuiioner B. A M. R- R. Co. in Xeb.
All persons interested in the estate of rred-fri.-k
Wclinc. deccaseil. are required to appear
, Uofre lion, tieorge li. Lake. Judtre of the lis
trisi Court at Omaha on Monday the 4th day of
April is;,!, at 1 o'clock p. in. to show cause why
:i. li -r-nse t-houll not be pr inted to Krbard
Hi i initr. guardian of minor hcir- of Frederick
Wi hr.es deceased, to soil ntl theriKbt. title and
' interixt of Frederick W'ehnes, Henry ehnes
and Margaret Wehr.es, minor heirs of i rea
friek WeUnes deceased, in and to the south hull
! Vf the north west quarter and north cast
t'larter ', the northwest quarter and
Jje lo.rth east quarter M of south east quarter
.', of section b. in town 12. north of ranee 10,
tat ,f g p. jr jn Countv Nebraska.
. mardiai of minor heirs of Frederick Vi ehncs
by MAXWELL k CHAPMAN
ivhSI u Tt Atti'ibf;.-.
GREAT RUSH!- LARGE CROWDS ! !
1 1 1 r
Everybody, and more
J-. SCHWASSB 8c CO,
-NEW YOEK STORE-
The largest and most complete
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
Are now on exhibition at the Xew York Store, at trrently reduced prices. W call particular
, attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YA S, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kind and prices U suit oar numerous customers. large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
We have a lanr Mock of the celebrated GARDEN CITY GLIPPER.
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, and all kinds of
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES. &.C-
I'kttemouth February, 10th, 187.0. tf. ' D. SCHNASSE & CO.
Ooe door west of
PLATTSMOUT tl, - NEBRASKA,
- . 1 nA3 AT '" ' ' '
A LARGE STOCK OF - ; 1
Bry ..Goods, Groceries, Clothing,
, FURNISHING GOOD,
HATS, OliS, i BOOTS, " SHOES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
riatt;niouth, Nebraska, August 5th,
f I e have an extensive general stock
or Goods tli at ire arc constantly as
sorting m, tvUit we otter to tltc jKiti
lie at prices tliat we fcnoiv must give
We purchase the wry best Goods at the head f Mar
ket and strictly fur cash, and arc prepared to compel,
tcith the trade at any point
Russell Doom's Old Sttnufy n
. ;.. ...... ' ; 1. ! -. ; "
ST 6 VE AITD TIIST ST O RB
jm T. X"CTK:E3 Sc CO.,
Retail dealers in
Hardware and Agrlciiltuml SmplciiieiitS,
STOVES, TIM, SHEET IHUi, cimao,
STEEL PL O "W S
Of all kinds and sizes, w
hich we warrant tha
Tin Roofing, Gutters and Spotting Done on Short Notice.
Are exclusive Acaita in this county for the sale o
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove
0.. u. acnll-we will nMbe -'it0AAa M w
F, I). I.EHNIIOFF.
too, arc going to
their ' ;
m mn ox
the HekaLO Office,
on the Missouri river.
West in the market.
See notice of Registration, by W. D.
Omaha eecks a connection with the
Pl.ittsniouth Stone Quarries. She should
have it, and the will. ' i
'Little Mack,"' formerly locall . for
the Omaha Ileroll, and more recently
writing for different papers in St Joseph,
ia now stopping in St. Louis.
A number of large oak piling timbers
are laying at the foot of Main street, to
be used in extending the railroad track
across the creek south from the Machine
Dr. Renner, deputy U. S. Assessor, is
still in the city, making his head quar
ters at , Mayor Virheeler's office. He de
sires us to say that all parties interested
are requested to call to- morrow.
Our readers will be pleased to learn
that we have seccurred the services of a
correspondent at the Capitol, who will
hereafter keep them posted in regard to
all the doings there. His first letter ap
pears to-day, which will be followed by
others in regular succession.
A nice little game hasbeen stopped at
the New York Custom House. Some of
the men have been accustomed to wear
"stomach : canteens," fitting about the
body under the coat, into which they
would syphon off liquor ftom casks un
loading, carry it r away, empty , it safely
and return. ' .'
i . We are pleased to note that Alderman
Gass has given notice of an ordinance to
provide for lighting, the streets 'of Platts
luputh. ..This shouldliave becn'attended
toktst fall, when, 'the Herald called at
tention to the necessity therefor; but it
is needed just as badly now, and we en
dorse Alderman Gass in this move, f
Capf., Magee and his force have been
making things fairly hum aboard the ferry
boat for the past few days, getting ready
to run again.' The deck will be cleared
to-morrow,' and the boat' "will commence'
making regular trips. Magee is entitled
to much credit for his" energy in getting
the boat in working order so soon."
Died March 9th, Georoik W., in
fant son of II. C." and Kate E. M'Ma
k ex, aged 11 months and 20 days. Fu
neral services from their residence, Fri
day morning, at 10 o'clock.
Every person acquainted with railroads
who passes over the line of the It. & M. in
Nebraska, west from Plattsmouth, ex
presses surprise at the substantial manner
in which the work upon this road is done.
The fact is, gentlemen, the I. & M. in
Nebraska is one of the links in the
great through route between the Atlantic
and the Pacific, and the men who are
building it kno'.v it would not do to have
a poor link in as magnificent a chain as
this a chain composed of the best con
structed roads in the world.
The Omaha Hotel Company has or
ganized by the election of the following
President Ex-Gov. Alvin Saunders.
T'Vc President Jonas Gise.
Treasurer S. S. Caldwell.
Secretary John II. Sahler.
Hon. Geo. W. Frost, who acted a.s
purchasing agent for the Union Pacific
road during its construction, remarked
to a friend, after having passed over the
B. & M. in Nebraska, that he was sur
prised to find this company buildingsuch
a magnificent road. He did not see how
they expected to make it pay to build
such an expensive . oad. We would re
mind Mr. Frost that the interests push
ing ahead the B. fc M. in Nebraska nercr
build poor roads. As a proof, we cite to
their line of roads between Plattsiuouth
and the Atlantic const.
from I'ridat'Z DaVy.
, The "first thunder of the season" ar
rived last night. A slight , sprinkle of
rain accompanied it, but not enough to
do either good or harm.
Geo. T. Neally, Esq., is getting up. a
fine lithograph platt of the city of Platts
mouth, of which he is getting the t copy
right. ' - - r :
l ' ; . ' - 4
Mr. Monell, of the firta of Fairlie k
Monell, book brnders and Stationers, of
Council Bluffs, is in the city to-day. ;
Heser has again made the Hetald
Oifice inmates jo3-full" by leaving anoth
ct one pf thosn. Leautiful f, boquets.
Long may he wave-- . ; .. ,
"We understand that a New York gen
tleman has alicady taken a quantity of
livfl oysters to the salt springs, near Lin
coin, where he proposes to try the ex
periment of raising them. We hope he
may succeed, and see no reason why he
Geo. S. Harris, Esq., Land Commis
sioner of the B. & M. Company., ar
rived iu the city this morning. Mr.
Harris is doing more to advertise Ne
braska and to settle it up with a good class
of people than will the immigration so
cieties the Legislature can charter in the
next five years. We believe in immi
gration societies, but we believe in Har
Why don't some of our Plattsmouth
men send for a quantity of silver change.
The premium is very light, and the ex
tra sales in consequence of the paying
out of specie change by any firm would
far more than pay the premium on sil
ver. What enterprising firm will do it?
The usual services in the Presbyterian
Church on Sabbath, the 13th inst.
Preaching in the morning at 11, and
also in the evening at 7 o'clock. Both
the services will be conducted by Rev. A.
Wright. All are invited. Sabbath
school at 9 a. in., and singing at 3 oclock
The lucome Tax.
- The Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia I'kss writes as follows:
Petitions forthe di-continuace of the in
come tax are received daily by members
of Congress from their constituents. It
is held that this tax, which is direct in
its character, is felt more severely than
any other, and that the total repeal cf
law, or the passing of an amendatory
law exempting $2,0lK), will be a welcome
iueasue. Some of the petitioners ask a
bill applying to the tax of lt9, but this
plan would meet with much opposition,
as the assessments are already trade in
almost every section of the country, and
the time occupied in making new ases
nients would result in the postpone
ment of collections for several months
after the time when receipts on this
account arc expected. It is the general
impression, however, that a majority in
Congress are opposed to the enactment
of another income tax law after the
expiration of the present one in June
The "fast of forty days" is upon us.
While with many it is a season of devo
tion, with others it is merely a season of
of rest from dissipation. -. But the influ
ence of the solemn period will le felt
by all. The Catholic Church has pre
scribed the necessary observances for its
members, while the Protestant. Episco
pal Church, though more liberal in its
demands, enjoins an equal respect for
time-honored customs. Other eccles
iastical organizations recognize the
epoch. Business is always somewhat
affected by the len'en season, an i it may
be neeossarv for . those who lookeu for
"good times" on account of the decline
in gold to moderate their transports for
a few weeks. , . . '
' To I tie Kut.
The completion of the B. & M. Rail
road to Plattsmouth gives Nebraska
City another important connection with
the" Eut. We leave Nebraska City on
the C. B. tt St. Joe R.; It., nd change
at PaciOc junction; three miles east of
Plattsmouth, then run to Chicago with
out change-of cars.. This is the shortest
route to thuEust. and the line is equipped
in most excellent manner, with Pulhtiau
Palace Dining arid. Sleeping' cars. Neb.
CitiJ Chronicle. ' '
At a recent examination of a Scotch
farmer,, on his sister entering the box to
be examined, the following examination
took ptaee, between her and the opposing
Agent "How old are you?"
Mis Jane-7 "Qh,. weel, sir, I am an
unmarried woman, ami I dinna think it
richt to answer that question."
The "Judge "Oh, yes, answer the
gentleman, how old you are."
' Miss Jane "Wccl a weel, I am fifty."
Agent "Arevounot more?"
Miss Jane "Weel, I am sixty."
The inquisitive L-ert still further
asked if she had any hopes of getting
married, to which she replied:
"Weel, sir. I witlna. sure tell a lie ; I
hinna lost all hope." And she scornfully
added "'but I widna marry you, for I am
sick and tired o' your palaver already."
The examination proceeded.
There lives in the villntre of E , in
Indiana, a good I5.iptit clergyman,
whose son, four years old, had never till
a few Sundays since witnessed the rite of
baptism. On that occasion his father
was called on to immerse a lady convert,
and as his wife wished to be present, the
children were allowed to t:o and sit upon
the shady bank and witness the cere
mony. Oil returning home, Freddy ap
proached the paternal and inquired why
he put the woman under the water.
The f ither asked :
"Did vou understand what I said to
"Oh, yes; 3-011 put your hand on the
top of her head, and said : "I baptise
you in the name of the Father, and of
the Son, and here she goes .'"
A young lady of this city was told the
other day by a gentleman that in a cer
tain country every lady who had a small
mouth wa provided with a husband by
'Ith it p nhibul.' said the lady making
her mouth as small as she could.
The sentlcLuan added, that if a lady
hail a large mouth, she was provided
with two hu-bands
'ly gracious,' exclamed the lady, at
the same time throwing her mouth open
to its full extent.
The gentleman became alarmed, made
his escape almost immediately, and has
not been heard of since.
The New York Sun states that Dr.
E'kani Wno ihul, husband of Mrs. Vic
toria Woodhul, of the firm of Woodhul,
ClaHin&Ca, the Wall street female
brokers, resides at Edgewood. Effing
ham county IlHnis where he practises his
profession. Though separated for pur
pose of business, they are on terms of
true affection with each other.
A great pressure Jias leen made upon i
the Secretary of. the Treasury -to have
the new post office in Boston built of
white' 'marble," but. Mr. Boutwell has
finally decided that it hall be of granite
-the reasons beiiri. aioong others, that
the building in granite will cost $000,000
Great eomp'aint is made of the long,
wearisome Latin speeches which some of
the members of the Ecumenical Council
insist , upon delivering. The Fathers
make no scruple of sleeping thrmigfi'these
discourses, or leaving the prosy orator to
speak to empty benches. -
ff'Shoo Fiy' cards are the litest agony
out. When a .voting lady receives a i.nte
from an objectionable party, she simply
encloses a card on which ii? printed,
"Shoo fly, don't bodder me."
A member of the English Houe of
Commons -says tint the majority of his
colleague's regard Parliament -as a genteel
club house, and drop in only, in a
leisu.ely manner, late at night, after din
ner parties aud social entertainments.
Mr. Gladstone reports to Parliament
that the Fenian prisoners are comforta
bly houed and that O'Donovan llossa,
according to the testimony of his wife, i
improving in health.
A Boston correspondent of a .Ve.stern
pa per says the "Boston club women sit
about their pleasant, open liiv, in their
unobtrusive attire, and talk by the hour
on Greek philosophy and the Hindoo re-
It has been decided in the Court of Col
umbia county, Pennsylvania that the
business of a barber in shaving on Sun
day is a worldly employment not the
work of necessity or charity.
A proposition to name the Montana
Penitentiary after the present Governor,
General James Ash!e', of that Territory,
was voted down by the Legislature upon
the ground that it was the end of justice
to punish crime, not insult crimnals.
They huvc for skating at VayU an
"aristocratic $20 aJiuU.-ioti pond" - in
the I'ols de Boulogne. Americans are
the thief hkatcr.s.
. . .
In Massachusetts it is f revoked to to1.-
lovt tax bill-? at the poK
THE HERALD JOB
IS THE PLACE TO GET
IM. LEUENTS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
MATHEWS, DONNELLY & CO.
Would respectfully inform the reoplo of CASS and adjoining coun tics that they
have just opened a LARGE
Eardware and Agricultural Establishment
Where we are always to be found to accommodate customers.
FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND VINE.
r"rR stock ronsit. Jn pnrt of the following?" The Buck-eye Reaper iui.1 Mowor combined. The
J Moilel riweepxtake Thra.-iier. Staraii'l Keystone t'urn Planter. Monmouth Sitiilk Cutter
and Cultivator. Oneida "nil Monmouth Cultivator. Dixon Iron Buck Cast fctec-1 I'iowri, ol.l
trrouu.l, and breaker. Peoria.Mo.le 1 Kxtra lianl 1'lnws. Princeton inljuslai.li? Iron Benin J'lows.
With the celebrated Newton Wagon, which tor durability cannot be execlcd aoyvkure East cr
Wost. : .
Hardware, Cutler', Nails. Iron
Wag-on Stock. Glass, Putty. While Lead,
Oil, r Fence W ire. Warden, Field and r'lowcr Seed.
ALSO 400tos CHOICK HEDGE SEEDS
C3Tha above comprises a few of the articles on hand. - Our aim shall be to keep our stock full
and complete and to sell nt bottom prices. , ,
And Examine our Stock
, that you may go
South Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY NEBRASKA.
Doom, Bro. & Co. have just
received a large stock of Brown
and Bleached .Mu.dins all grades
For a fine line of Prints, at
1012Ac "f yard, go to Doom,
Bro. & Co.
Doom, Bro. & Co. have just re
ceived the finest stock of Dress
(ioodstobe found in the city.
Call and examine.
For a good piece of Ticking,
Pcniins, Shirting, Stripes, Ac, go
to Doom, Bro. ii, Co.
Doom, Bro. & Co. have the
finest assortment of all wool Cas
iimeres to bo found in the city.
For an extra piece of Jeans,
Cottonades, Casinet, Satinet, or
anything in the way of Piece
Ooodi, go to Doom, Bro. St Co.
Doom, Bro. & Co. have jut re-" -ceived
a large and well selected
istock of Boots, Shoes, Sic. , all at ,
Doom, Bro. Si Co. have a large
stock of Notion, Dress Trim
ming, Hosiery, &c. Call and ex
A General Stock kepi and
Orders from Country Merchant;! promptly filled by DOOM, BBO. & CO.
S. BLOOM &d OCX
-,. . I - -77v j 3.
i ,f- H
BOYS' AfO CHILDREN'S CLOTHC,
Hats 8c Caps, Boots & Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Main Street, Second D tr lit ft t J Ct i.r J.tist
BRANCH HOUSE: Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 13d4w
BUTTERY i LAZES EY, props.
LIVERY SALE & EXCHANGE .
' wThe lt of II.ir"0!i an.l BiigpicscmLand."i
j Corner Vine no. i Fourth ftre.'ts.
awav satisfied if not NAPPY".
MATHEWS, DONNELLY & CO.
For Choice "A" Sugar, go
Doom, Bio. & CV
Doom, Bro. & Co. have a large
stock of "0" and Brown Sugar
a choice article. Call and exam
ine For "A" Choice Tea or Coffee,
go to Doom, Bro. & Co.
Doom, Bio. & Co. have a splen
did stock of Syrups all grades
Canned Fruits a good fctock at
Doom, Bro. fc Co.
Dried Apples, Peaches, Cur
rants, Blackberries the best in
the market at Doom,' Bro. & Co.
A choice article of Virginia
Fine-cut and Smoking Tobacco
a large stock at Doom, Bro. &
A No. 1 article of Coal Oil is
to be had by calling at Doom,
Bro. 6l Co.'s.
tock of Queens and
ie sold cheap Do ,
sold at lowCasli prices by
V A.. - 1 . .
FEED. SALE ANL)
SIAIS STBKKT, M.TT5MOCTB. k'KB.
I am ircpar;d to acccniniodatelLe public with
Horme. Carritiye, Oyogie and A -Vj. 1 lleame,
on short notice anl re8onaM termn. A II k
willruDi. 'uauibont laii.lmt. audio all ,"ar
cf the v'x'v wne . e-lrtJ.
170U ? ALE. -Suvcuty-liv Lois iu the City i.t
Oct. 7 4f. srUf.LC'CK A WIND'! A M.
vi J CMS' 12 MJIII.
a.' t WATCU.MAKER
-s2&iil AND JEWE1.EH.
AND DEALER IN
WATCHES, CLOCK ,
SILVER AND I'LATED WA1 1 1,
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Rkmf.urkr e Old Stanl. Main Street, two
Uors west of City liotl. nov.lOwtf.
GEO. EICKEER, rr;
SOUTH. OF TOIYXy ON Tllh
ROCK BLUFFS ROAD.
I nm prepared to kill beef rattle, therp
ito.. fur customer!), on short notic ou at rH
GIVE ME A CALL
WAYMAN & CURTIS
, I'lattsmoiiti, IVeb.,
Repnirerwof Steam Engines, Boilers. Saw and
(jus ami Steam Fittinps. Wrought Iron l'ipf.
Force nmt Tilt l'umpx, St-Biii (inuyes, llalauc ;
Valve Governor, uud ull kind of
Brass Engine Fittings,
fiirni.-hcj on fhort notice.
Repaired on short notice.
DR. Hill. ITICEUSKEY,
- "V v
13 E 1ST TIST,
Will bo at Johnson's Drue Store during th
last week in cik-Ii month. All order left at tho
l'oft IBi.. will be promptly attended to I july.
The following iron?
TIMES, one of the
most reliable news
papers in flic United
States. What can
be more convincing?
The CrvcrsNATi Daily Times
OF March 21, 1861, says:
remedies appear U
be growing in favur
with the puhlic, il'
we niay ; jude " hy
the testimonials con
stantly received hy
the proprietor. A
letter from Wiscon
sin, to he found in
our advertising co)
umns, announce that
among the physi
cians of the locality
it is. becoming very
popular, and what is
very unusual, is be
ing adopted by thein
in their practice, as
a cure for many dis
eases which thejT cai
not treat effectually
in any other way.
We understand thai
the immense trade
carried on for sev
eral years in these
medicines lias dur
ing the present year
Their process of
operation is by a
tion of the blood,
and a consequent
eradication of dis
ease. $20,000 worth of Property
Coni.-tins of farpis.itti tiniHrr n.ljbitiing.iipa
PlattMuuuth, property in I'lntOiro alii
hr:4, i-uttie, ti kgoiij, etc.
Tor furi'ai-r varticubr taiiuire of or il:r.
OEM. Vf. 0)I.A'I.N.
Powered by Open ONI