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" (Sacue-ior? to JV.Jf." ffiuchnoan,)
Druggists' & Apothecaries.
$ 1 rl'VVr i,m; :
Drugs, uiirt 3Xodiciiies,
PAINTS, OILS, DYES. NOTION":?,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
Tor STbtfJiantcitl ariil ?Te'lI-in:1 ji;iriocs.
K''l fiiistauily on ban J a. full iirul well nfaortc
tuck of .
Vhyii-i:in' 1 r-e-ril trills o:irf fully cnui jwiitvI
r by ia s!H-rienrri- i'trsei'l. - i"uvr hut the
P'lrosi moJi'nw hsp'1. All vnrrnjitcd a
rlrf-iit!il. (.'ail aii'i stf.
Main Street, Sanih Side.
TERMS CAS !!.; V "
SOUTH OV TOWS, ON Tllh
ROCK BLUFFS ROAD.
I am prepared to kill beef c.ittlo, inpg. sheep
stc- i'T i-j-ro-m n, ;i i!;rt n-.tU-v a::-iii xca
nabic rates.' .'
GIVE ME A CALL. ; -,
.!: GV.O. FICKLKR.
PL ATT S MOUTH
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN
Furni-hetl I'-omjtly an. I neatly at tLo very
We Warrant Satisfaction.
MEIlKS A BIlO.,
llain str-et near t"'ti ft.. l'!.ift.-itinoh Neb.
REAL ESTATE !!
7 GOO Ac?es
OK CHOICK LANDS,
Improved and Unimproved,
T;". r !-:i!e en reafoniibk' term.: al. City proper
r.insistinu of Jlei'iiiein-e an I l iiin proved
(..ts. I hoie Ucsinui to ii.vt it capital will timl
it t.i tlifir intevot-t t.i en 11 iini examine cur li.-t
''tSWwZk L WINDHAM.
LOOK HERE !
All Real ltate p',a . .1 in i-ur h:.nU firyals
wiil th-.rt.ut'hly jKlv rlie l withmi! exira ?'-t
... .1... . . a c-nf.r-tit' v r. ii.l vi-rt i-e ever v
t.i.v f pruper'y plae J on our falo !ni.k. pjv-
. !ii:r i ji! (Uvi-rif.tioa t.1 :aiae n Uen irc'j. i a is
mi - parti-- .i.-ii i'i t ) se'l the full a Iv.ict.ie
t a lvertisii.e tlieir propeity lr .-ale, uliout
bavinc a d..liar f t'ie expen.- t' pny- ,,r
aut' tt.J Kri'KLt.tCK A WINDIIAJL
Improved Farm and Timber
I ?F!r ;:lc. The fM-:n is sltitatci! 'J'r ijiU-s trot
,f 11-. rtinMit ' 'it fn n .t nnili-rrtiH I vnl i n.:(lii
H :irr s i t tiu'l'i-r ; a ?t ry :'.nl ji half
a".,-. tf.J fl-CRT-OCIv ( -WINDHAM
Improved Farm for Sale.
Ctiiiiintr itf uc:re.. ix laik-s west of l'latts
A Great Baroain.
t' V, fnr caJ nn 11 mrrp ti ai t of 'an.l l ine
ton miles' u:hweit frm 1'la.tf : i.n:r;i.
an ue !i:iJ at a -i !"-: i if n pii :".1 ion inal'
cooi:. iH;KL.CK A- WiNDHA ' M.
And dealer in all kindi of
Furniture and Chairs.
MAI STREET, (t'-iird d'jor west of P O
Plattsmouth - - - Keb.
Repairin? an! Vsmishins neatly done.
Ad-Funeral attended at th shortest notice.
In a .11
' iTosTe. TOOTJ.B. I. I.BASSA. J. R.fLiRSS
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Gold mid Silver Coin,
KJ.K. and ot Jier Ktoclcs.
D;fU drawn on all parts of the United Ptatos
and l.urope. Depo.- its rceeirud, an 1 special at
eution K'Ven to eolltctioi:.-'.
GILLMAN CORN SHE4.LER.
WM. B. PORTED, Agent
Plattemouth, - - - - - Nebraska.
Gillmau, ' King & IlamUton. "'
Ottawa, - - ... - Ilii.'joi.?.
.1 am arent for t !i a:. c C'elelratel t orn
"li'-llcr. and am prepare I to till trd;rs on sbort
''o'rc. Hiunpie luat hitio eau he ten fit c;y
tanu two and halt mile touth wot of 1'latts
jn"uth. I i;itc lia.l one ol'thf -e machiiic in ure
fur tiie pm five years, aod tin 1 it jictfeet in every
-ieet. WM, ii. l'OUTIiK
' '' ?1
GREAT RUSH ! i LARGE CROWDS!!
Kvtrj'tody. and more too. arc tir.j; to . :
D. SCHNASSip.':;'&'' CO,
. r i .-. t .-. . - .
To buy their
&j?iOLZg xic3. Bummer G-oods
AT THIl i ' . . ' ' ..
1ST JE AV Y O E K! S T O E E-
" .-""-The liHTuntantl m .t eauijIute i ' .
3 TOOK "OF" DRESS GOODS
Are r.or on exbibition at tbe New York Store. t areatly rdeei prieeF. t call particular
. , "f, ri Cj ',7 $2-' r afteaiion to our new ttyles of . :
DRESS-GOODS. PRINTS, ! '''! " ; - '
DELAINS. (ilNGHAMS, ,
BROWN SHEETING. :.
RLEACIIED COTTONS,, ' -
. -r-, ,-.--ri-. CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
' - ' " COTTON YA,r., S, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kind.-i and priees to suit our nuniM:ous eu.stomersi. , large stock of i "
" , ' HARDWARE,
- YANKEE NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS,
PI DW CTIIPRI rr or.H RRFAIf
Klattsmcmth February,-10th, S70. tl.
J j i . "i Z i- -. . r Ono dor v e-t of the IIeraLd Oflicc, - ' ;
PLATTSMOUTH, - ' NEBRASKA,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing,
HATS, 0-A.IFS, BOOTS', SHOES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
nattsniouth, Nebraka, August 5t1i. 1SC.9.
llal tsmouth 9
Vc Isarc an c.vtcnxire general siocfi
of GiootJs tlieiZ ire are constantly 7.?
sorting zzj29 -s4V.. wc offer to Hie
ic at prices tliat ire It now muni give
entire s&tisract ion.
Vc part huge the wry bet G oods at the head f Mar
kct and plrictly for cash, and arc prepared to compete
tcith the. trade at any point on the Missouri river.
HUM A SON & RIIOADES, :
DEALERS 111 GRAIK
Russell Doom's Old Stand,
u PLATTSMOUTH, ISEB.
DB. T. IDTTIKIIE So CO.,
Wbolcsale and Retail dealers in '
jHTardivarc and JLgriciiItwral Sin piemen t
STOVES, Tl., SHEET IRON, BRASS,
STEEL P L O "W S
Of fcll kinJj aisi siies, wLich wo warrant the h.-t in the market.
aros wonis. !
Tin Roofing, Guttei-s and Sponting Done on Short Notica
Are exclusire Atre tts in this-onnty for the rale ot
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Goal
or Wood Cook Stove
Giro us a call we w ill not bo uniernold Main street, next door east of tho Masonio Block,
R. R. fiotics.
"""otk-c U hereby (riven that lxa.k of iubserii
j.1 U.n lii the eai'it.il clock of the fc-l. Jo.njih
Hii l Kansas ami 'eljrn.-ka Krlr.ad Cuicpaiiy.
will lie opened at lhM.fliee of 1. JI. Whetier &
Co. in tho City GlTl:ttMnouth April It'.i li IsTO.
II. M. V A.N A UMAX.
J. K. DOOM.
inarlMlwut , fneorpurator.
r. . M i:;:ii"!-f. I
IMfi PI OW and all kinds of
SEEDERS, HAY RAKES, &.C
1. -fcLliiNAS.?! t;o.
$20,000 worth of Property
Coni.;ir)? offarm. with timber adjoinirtr.nea
Pl:ittsiii!i;h. property in Plaitsiuouth City.
hor?e. catllo. wasrons. cte.
Por further partienlar enquire of or ruliircM
GEO. W. COL VI NY
work. They will Lit h this liiue.
' The lyer ferry ha mado regular trips
to-day, passengers or no prwengrrs.
Spceie paj uient is tein resumed in
Omaha getting anew ferry toat a
large one. It viil up as snon as the
river is open.
Ilepublicans should bear in i .iii 1 that
the place to win victory is at tli Reg
istration. Will vou atteud to it ?
The tee hroko loose about 11 a. ti. to
day. The river has risen several im lies
The Iiiirlington line is tho only road
that run; Pullman's dining ears between
Chicago au'l the Missouri River.
Messrs. Horton and Jenks, the wide
awake' merehants of Weeping "Water,
were in the city to-day.
Inuring ths rerfent storm a portion of
thevoofof tho Court House at Chicago
was broken in by the weight of enorc.
Pillin & Son are pre pari ug to complete
their new building on Main street at an
As we go to press an effort is being lmde
to get the mail across the river theljrst
fr almost a week. ''- "
. A large uuiuber of passengers cane
aeross the river to-day, who have 1 ecu
awaiting on the other bank for seven
days. , .
The river rose between two and thre
feet j-estcrd.iy, not enough, however, ti
allow tho "President" to run.
Prob & Yeates, at Whire & Buttery')
old stan 1, have commenced paying ou.
specie. Call and see what it looks like.
Court will commence in this county oi
the second Monday in April. There
are about one hundred cases on the
Married, at Eight Mile Grove March
10th 1S70, by Rev. J. B. Max field, Mr.
J. B. Brown, and Miss Susan F. Brant
ner. All of Cai county, Nebraska.
We are requested to announce that in
consequence of the storm the donation
to Rev. J. J. Roberts has been post
poned until Friday, the 2oth iust.
The train from the west this evening
came in loaded with passengers. Among
the arrivals we noticed lion. C. II. Gere
of the Lincoln Journal.
The trains on theB.&M. in Nebraska
maae regular trips uunng me recent
storm. Not a moments delay was occa
sioned by the weather.
Gere micht have stopped, yesterday,
Ions- enough to say "how." His "card,"
we have no no doubt, is good till sonic
t ime in the fuiure. :
The B. & M. road in Nebraska is be
coming very popular. Fverybody going
west tikes it, and they all speak of it in
the highest terms of praise.
We learn that Mr. Holly, of Si. Joseph,
has recently purchased Mr. Caggy's store
at Factoryvilic. Caggy thinks of settirg
up in l.uines:? elsewhere
The President catnc down from the
upper landing this morning, and started
immediatly into her regular ord.T of
The streets have been erowde t to
day with farmers' wagons, for the first
time since the commencement ofthe
It is estimated that a railroad bridgo
at Omaha will cost about $2,000,0Xi, if
one could be builv at all. A lir.-t class
bridge could be built at this place for a
half a million.
A private ltterfrom Wyoming station,
on thft TJ. P. R. R. informs us that times
are good there, and a. number of farms
will be opened in that vicinity this sea
John Fitzgerald, Esq., is entitled to
great praise for the success of tho festi
val lat evening. Ha was th"1 principal
manager of the occasion, and through
his efforts it was made a success.
There are a large number of emigrant
teams on the opposite bank of the river
waiting to get across. The Mary Magec
will probably be running to-morrow.
The State School Superintendent's Re
port shows tho number of school child
ren in Nebraska to be thirty thousand,
ciyht hundred and thirty-four.
. We understand that Prof. Miller is
offering a fine farm for rent, three or
four miles from this cit-, havin a good
house and other improvements. Here
is a fine opening for some one.
We nerer saw the Missouri river
lower than it has been during the past
winter. The prohabHtics arc that we
will not have very high water this sea
son, as tac mountain snow3 have been
L. F. Reed, Ksq., of Weeping Water,
was in the city yesterday. Reed is doing
a heavy business iu the merchautile line
at Weeping Water. The country is set
tling up very rapidly, and business
increases in porportion.
The reeent blocking of the river here
has caused much disappointment in
getting goods over. The ico was not
heavy enough to crass upon and too heavy
for the ferry boat to run.
The storm has cleared away, business
has again resumed its wonted course,
many of our merchants are resuming
Specie Payment, preparations are being
made in many, parts of the city for
building, and everything! indicates a
lively time in Plattsmouth from this day
iVu," l W. Wi.-c .-irrivcJ 1
Ii vi;it!i t
on at I'lattoi
lie says the III r.Ai.D
:v 1 as to wluit was
during his c-
Many homesteaders had gone onto
tlieir 'and, taken tin ir families, and
made preperations for connneneirig work
prior to the reeent .tonn. As a general
rule they would bo poorly prepared for
such a storm as has just ceased.
The uual services in tho Pi e.-byterian
Church on next Sabbath 20th, Inst.
Preaching in the morning at 1 1 and in
the evening at 7 o'clock. All are invited.
Sabbath school at 3 a. ui. and .singing at 3
o'clock p. m. - , .
A train on the TJ. P. 11. 11. ran Into a
herd of cuttle at Ollaalla .station
la.'t week, throwing the locomotive and
tendo;-o(T the truck;.
The "President"' made "deep sea
soundings" this morning, much to the
relief of tho Railroad men and citizens
generally. It was feard that she would
be wrecked, as she lay en an ugly snag.
Mr. Malonc has on exhibition at
Poxes' store .some of the finest speci
mens of limestone we hive seen in the
State. It is to be had in great abund
ance convenient to the city. Persons
who contemplate building will do well to
The friends of the Congregational
Church in this city will be glad to learn
that arrangements have been made by
which they will have regular fervices
hereafter, instead of alternate Sabbaths
as heretofore. Time, 11 a. in. and 7 p.
in. evh Sabbath, until notice is given of
a change. Sabbath School at 12 M.
The public are re-peclfully invited.
"Ticket, sir," said a railroad conduc
tor, passing throussh one of the trains
the oilier day. to a passenger. "My
face is my ticket," replied the other.
'lndeed!" said conductor, roiling back
his wristbands and displaying a most
powerful bunch of fives; "my orders
are to punch all tickets passing over this
An old subscriber to the Herald
hailed u.s on the street yesterday and paid
for another year in advance. He said he
wished to pay in time so as to not miss
a nuniher, tor he woukt not uo without
tjiC wceklv Herald for teu dollars a
We learn that Doom, Bro. &Co. have,
in accordance with the suggestion of the
IIekald, sent for a quantity of specie
change to l.c paid out at their counter.
It will prove the beat investment they
Workmen arc engaged erecting a plat
form at the foot of Main street, for the
convenience of railroad passengers. It
is to be something over one hundred feet
in length, extending between the two
The storm ceased last evening, and
the ice blocked in the river last ninhf,
nunpletely closing the channel. Men
Vere out early this morning breaking a
iliaiinel across opposite Main street,
lnoi'.gh which a skiff has been plying all
We were pleased to so? the smiling
wtntcnance of our old friend Moses
Dodge in town to day. He arrived this
morning from Arizonia, where he has
been engaged in the freighting business.
Dodge i.- not particularly jnredisposed in
favor of life in Arizonia. ami thinks he
will trv Nebraska for a time.
The Dyer line ef ferry beats charged
'for crossing the river vesterdav. An
opposition bridge company brought the
fare down $4.75 to-day. Dyer labored
to convince people tho bridge was unsafe,
but it was no use.
The tempory bridge across the Mis
iouri river at Omaha was removed last
Saturday. The bridge at Plattsmouth
vas.not removed until yesterday.
: What became ef Gere yesterday?
Vc "s'ghted" his fbrin for the space of a
ninute, and then lost him In the throng
a. the depot. We rather guess Putnam
e Wal.-h had filled out a blank card, and
( ere was on his wav cast.
Notwithstanding the large number o
pople in town yesterday for the purpose
i celebrating St. Patrick's day, it is a
fict worty of praise to our Irish fellow
ctizens that not a single case of drunk
emesswaa seen during the entire dar.
We arc informed that a fellow of good
nidres., small of stature, sporting a
fmcy moustache, a well worn suit of
d.rk clothes, and being a most cxtraordi-na-y
hand at lying, is going about town
procuring aid from charitably disposed
pecple. lie makes his plea to suit his
cusomer. He can be cither saint or
inur, as occasion requires. He needs
an application of soleleather badly. It
woud be worth more to him than money.
The Millandcrs have got right up
onto their hind feet, and tell the people
of Ooe and Lancaster counties that
work ha? stcped, and, that nothing
short of "bonds" will start it. It is like
adding insult to injury to ask this thing.
Otoe is nearly swamped now w ith bonds,
and the Midlanders and Morton have
sappel the county of her last available
dollar, and now ask for more. Surely the
people cf Otoe will begin to think that
Shylork of old was a Christian gentle
man. Kin ' Louis, of Bavaria, i-
hanging trardens on the roi.f of bis pal
ace. It is an immense arched buildins
of g!a-s, extending over the creator part
of the p-.la-.jo and court-yard, and tilled
with the rarest exotics, and the nio.-t
magnificent flora! productions of the
Tbcrc is a bill bcfor the U. S. Senate
to divido tbe tate of Texas, and csab
lh the Territories of JcnVrson&nd 3Iata-jirora.
1 ta W
is Tin: place to gi:t
HARDWARE AND- AGRICULTURAL
IM. LEMENTS AT VHOLESALE AND RETAL !
MATHEWS, DONNELLY .St CO.
Would respectfully inform the people of CASS and adjoining couaties that they
have just opened a LARGE
Hardware and Agricu'tural Establishment
Where we are always to be found to accommodate customers.
FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN ANDVINK.
f ?;ock consist in part of tho following : The Buek-eye Reaper ami Mow reoiuliine.l. The
1 ' .Modi l weep.-take flira.her. itnrani Kcy.-tonc Corn l'lanter. Monmr.ntli Ulalk Cutler
an'l Cultivator. OucMa ml -ioniiiomh Cultiviiturs. Dixon Iron l!ack Ca.it Steel I'low. olil
(rroiiml, and brenkerx. l'eoria. Model Kxtrahard l'lows. J'rineeton adjustable Iron Jieani l'lo s.
N'itU the celebrated Newton Wagon, which for durability cannot be execled anywhere Kj-t or
AVauon Stock. " Glass.
ALSO 400!tn CHOICK
7Tho above comprise?.-! few of tho itrtielcs
nn-1 eoniplete an-J to sell at bottom prices.
And Uxaiiiine our Stock, that you way go
South Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY NEBRASKA
Doom, Bro. ec Co. have just
received a large stock of Rrnwn
and Bleached Muslins all grades
For a fine line of Prints, at
TOO? 12je "fl yard,
jo to Doom,
Bro. & to.
Doom, Bro. Si Co. have just re
ceived the finest stoyk of Dress
ioodstobo found in the city.
Call and examine.
For a good piece of Ticking,
Dentins, Shirting, Stripes, &c, go
to Doom, Bro. & Co.
Doom, Bro. & Co. have the
finest assortment of all wool Cas-simere.-:
to bo found iu the city.
For an extra piece of Jeans,
Cottonades, Casinet, Satinet, or
anything in the way of Piece
(iood, goto Doom, Bro. & Co.
Doom. Bro. & (!o. have just re
ceived a large and well selected
stock of Boots, Shoes, Sic, all at
Doom, Bro. it Co. have a large
stock of Notions, Dross Trim
ming, Hosiery, &c. Call and ex
amine. A General Stock kept and
Orders from Couutry Merchants promptly
S BLOOM &d CO
.'-:'"Aiv :--v-:l . hrtivn ...
BOYS,f-AK!D CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
Hats 8l Caps, Boots & Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Mam Street, Second D t or J t i tj ti i Jjt i n
BRANCH HOUSE Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 00l2Jill
?htn t the brkk L-ull lin? fr.iiDeily o
iir'c 1 i
bvfif . Bfcek f.f c Mark.-mith ?aor- jiti.a
Puttv. Whit'3 Bead.
Wire. Garden, Field and Flower Seed.
Our aim shall be to keep our stock full
awav satisfied if not TTAPPY.
MATHEWS, DONNELLY k CO.
For Choice "A" Sugar, go
Doom, Bro. & Co.
Doom. Bro. & Co. have a large
stock of'"C" and Brown Sugar
a choice article. Call and exaui
iue For "A" Choice Tea or Coffee,
go to Doom, Bro. & Co.
Doom, Bro. Sc Co. have a splen
did stock of Syrups all grades
Canned Fruits a good stock at
Doom, Bro. & Co.
Dried Apples, Peaehfi3, Cur
rants, Blackberries the Lest in
the market at Doom, Bro. Si Co.
A choice article ef 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,
' sto ck of Q'.iTn- and
us . e sold ch :.p Do '
soid at low Cash prices by
filled by DOOM, BRO. & . CO.
And Guide to the j
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE i
giri:, tor iro. !
... .. T .... . f l I
j wishini; thi. nw an-l v:ilu ilio work. I'r.-c of I
ohirvi". "h"uM if.i lr.'-- imr.!rai:ii y M. O'lv f :o
'N. t .... hllwaiii-r .V it-irry ? iuovk. l'.ocnc
trr. ,N'. Y.
' v. i
t' I.' lilt IWIIOd H4t
rcliabh grocery merchants h
the city of Davenport.
Agreeably to my
promise to you when
here, I write 3 011, for
pnblieation iTj ou see
proper, a true state
ment of the good ef
feets of Itoback'
Stomaeh Bitters upon
myself. I had beer:
troubled with im
cstion for 'a Ion
time, attended - with
severe h'eada clic,par-
t ie 1 1 la r i v a ft er eat i nr.
when for tuiiately an
old soldier friend
came into the .store
a n d r ccom m e i u I ed in c
to use Iloback V Bit
ters. I did so hy tali
foil just-before each
meal, and to my grc;iN
joy I. was relieved ci
once, and am now
weSi hy their use. 1
would no! he without
them at airy-price.' 1
fiare not taken ani
other medicine since
I commenced iisim?
tlie Bitters. And J
can say witli a clcai
conscience, trv llo
hack's Bi it ers t ic
will do 'all" they are
recommended to dc
i f t aken a ccoi d i ne
Of the firm of liculclmuk &MiKer
"Vliolo:r.i!o Groe.'.r;, L)avcnjorr
Irs the ouly pcrfectcil an J
f- ..T f . Qir11!l hnlllw r.rnninil
fviHtJJl . yr.'y.
hlf nrpimrsilion rif its kin-!.
(i i -
ever otTered to the pnhlj';
aml has no competitor
in inc'rit. By its use
GRAY. HAIR is soon
restoreil to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, which is so much'
'tl,MA limn i c f I I TI -tT'iIIlTi
'-'j 'out will, by the use of ou
PROMOTES R-'ncwer,soon fico its good
joffects, as, hy its ionic and
'stimulating properties the
. hair elands will be incited
'and the Lair grow thick
tsF 7i,7rJjftr it. r-rootfi
ki LDitLii) n new growth unloss th
DRESSIN8.!folliclt's arc destroyed. It
TRT i' oooul:gi ai)d allays all
fl "fJ-T j'tching and iriitntion of
U l ij !0 pc.-ilj,. It docs r:tt stain
BOTTLE jthe fkih as do dyes, In
jinakes the rcalp white and
t clean. Asa DliKSSINO
it is the host and most
economical preparation in
tbe world, :;s its olTocts
!l'ist so mnch longer. Send
'fur our Treatise on thu
LOCKS ! h ur, free to all, bv miiil.
&3ld by All Druggists fcr.d Dealers in Ved'.tlaa.
COOi, CODURM & CO.
Gen'l Arrests for JTorth-Vstern Zvs.,
E7 U!JA30nX STBEET, CXIICAGO.IIX.
F URN ITU R E
Lounges, Table?, Safes,
Of r.ll descriptions and at all price.
Metalic Burial Cases,
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