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She Slrlmvslui pfuraW.
IroM Siturd-tj' fruity
Rents in Chlenco arc (omipg dowH.
In Plattunouth thcyaie rising.
O.ir old friend Jesse Turner, Deputy
U. S. Mar.-hal, gave us a call this p. 1:1.
lie goes wc-S't on the R. Si M. to-morrow
T!ie old Second street bridjc has been
demolished, and the piles are being dri
ven for the new one. All J.he other
bridres contracted for are completed,
and they a id materially to the appear
ance of things as well as to the con
venience. We hope the fixing of the sewers at
the foot of Main street will nt be de
layed until heavy ruins, coiae. The whole
of Second ftrert will be one vast mud
hole if something is not done, and haul
ing goods to or from the curs will become
an impossibility. Business men should
sec that it is attended to.
One of the objects for which we have
long labored is now beinj accomplished
the drawing of trade to Plattsuicuth
from the Iuwa sib- of the river. We
notice many citizens of western Towa
purchasing good at the d life rent stores
ia the city, and a little exertion on the
part of fcur merchants will greatly in
crease this trade. It is a trade of no
mean importance, and should be looked
after at once. We suggest a meeting of
lu.-inet;.--i3 men of the city to take into
consideration the best means of extending
their trade, both east and west.
Deputy Sheriff Cheney, of Saunders
county came after the prisoner, Denelly,
who was sent to our jail for safe keeping
some two months ago. He left with the
prisoner, on the 10 o'clock train, for
Ashland. The prisoner is to have a new
deal, ami will probably be sentenced for
petit larceny, as he fehould have beeen in
tho first place.
We have very good authority for be
lieving that the J', ess, of Nebraska City,
is about to suspend publication. We
are sorry to bciicve this, but are forced
to the conclusion. The was estab
lished by Col. O. J I. Trish, many years
si.20, and was at one time a ycry influen
tial pnper in the State. It has changed
ban hi mmy timet; in the last few years,
and we are informed that it has been
kept up mostly by a few individuals dur
in the last year. Ont of the principle
causes of the decline of the J'rcss, prob
ably, is the fact that that energetic and
popular newspaper man. Hon. W. H. II.
Waters, started :i large morning daily
in N ;bra-ka City :cme time ago. called
the Chronicle, which has been making
constant inroad upon the business of the
J'rest. The Chroni.tc bus improved
steadily, and is no w a credit to the jour
nalism of the State. We are Forty to
looe tha IVess, but hope the Chronicle
may be able to fill the void.
From Hundayi Ltnily.
The Huch-Ey. sayu there is a town
in Nebraska called "Rugsleyville."
That must be about thirty miles below
Sttperintendant Patterson informs us
that the proceeds of the school exhibi
tion last fall has been invested in a large
illustrated edition of Web JCi,- Dictionary
to be used in the high school depart
ment. The proprietor of the Tlatte Valley
House is bound to keep up- with the
times, as I has been putting the house in
thorough order. Numerous repiars
have been made inside, and a fresh coat
of paint put on the outside.
Ti. F. Ree l, --., of Weeping Water,
was in the city to-day on his way to Chi
cago, lie goes for tha purpose of pur
chasing goods; also in the capacity of
delegate to the National Jubilee of the
We had the pleasure of a call from
W. II. Field, Esq., of Lincoln, this
morning. Mr. Field is Chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners of Lan
caster county, ar:l a uian of con.-idorable
prominence in that locality.
We are informed that the Ilerold
Bros, have leased the hilf lot on the
north cast corner of Main and fifth street
and will immediately erect a business
A gentleman wh has been reading the
Herald for seme time, and who wai in
duced to come and leok at Nebraska in
consequence of representations made in
the Herald, told us this morning that
after traveling about the country and ex
amining it he had concluded that'the Her
ALD had in no instance overshot the
mark in praiting the State, and in many
respects it had not e poken in terms of
The large amount of goods received
by our merchants this spring, indicate a
healthy growth of trade at this point
We have been through moat of the stores
in town and can assure country dealers
and consumers everywhere that tlicy can
find anything they want in Phttsmouth.
Every store is well filled and goods are
selling cheaper than any time sines 1SG1.
The enterprising firm of Doom Bro'
& Co. have a narumoth stock which they
offer at the lowest kind of prices. This
firm deserves great credit for marking
down prices and have done more to move
the grain in the country and obtain liv
ing prices for farmers than perhaps all
the ether business houses in town. To
them our farmers are indebte i for the
prcscst prie of corn. Wdiile in Chicago
they induced some heavy grain men to
Tisit Plattsmouth and look the grain
business over, and the result is that Mr.
Cagnin, of the firm of W. O. Parke &
Co-, of Chicago, is here buying corn and
wheat at living prices, and all our farm
ers have to do is to go to Doom Bros.
& Co. and get tho highest price in Cash
for their grain. 31r. J. B. Rboades,
grain dealer, also makes his hcadquar
ter3 at Doom Bros. & Co., w here he will
purchase from producers for Cash all
the grain they have to sal. dJowlt.
Vnc-tenths cf the New Yorkers in
Cor-'ie 1-avc been law .students, and
:Jt of tKda petitioners.
row TutU'jiy'o f ai'y.
Moses Stocking, of Saunders county,
came in this morning.
The westward bound train this morn
ing was loaded with passengers.
Hon. II. V.. B. Stout wa- iu the city
last uiu hi. He went west this mornlnc.
th att.-n'iori of School Hoards
to the tint leu of Supcrintednt P.Vtorio.i,
m an itncr column.
Mr. Au.-tin Smith, one of the Com
missioners r,f Saunders touufv, trono.- s
setting -j'Ml'it) cottonwood sprouts this
spring. They will uiaka him a fortune.
Tfe'ser has the finest assortment of
flowering plants in the west. Send to
him for a catalogue if you wish to pur
chasc. T. W. Shryoek, Ksq., i putting up
another tier of rooms on the north cud of
his Furniture rooms.
The polu for the Bailroad Telegraph
will be set as far a Ashland this week,
an 1 the wire will be pat up immediately.
The country has been blessed with a
fine shower each day for the past th-ee
days. It has come ju-t in time to be of
great service to the wheat.
A small "knock down" occurred on
Main street thi.i afternoon. One of the
participants (colored) vea.i fined s3,
and in default of payment was sent to
10 iOCK UP
The universal testimony of strangers
who stop at the Brooks House in this
city is that it is the bc.-t house in the
In our article yesterdy, relative to
freights via the Keokuk Packet Line
and the B. & M. It. 11., we stated first
class rate; at .. cents. We should have
said i0 cents, instead.
Bi.'Iin Si Son are getting their new
building opposite the Brooks House
noaily completed. They are putting in
an elegant front, and in fact the entire
building is fir-t quality. When com
pleted it will be one of the best frame
buildings in the city.
Bead Mr. Ten Kick's advertisements,
lie is a liberal advertiser, and conse
quently a liberal dealer. He is handling
some exerdlont farm machinery, and is
selling on reasonable terms. It will do
yu r.o harm to stop and examine his im
plements, if you should not buy.
How does the Omaha He raid like the
rebuke of such an honest democrat as
Hon. J. S. Hunt, adminir-tered in his
letter published in another column? The
Omaha llcnrfd wiii learn some day that
all democrats are not tea cent mvu, and
th.it tlicj' will not a!! Low (olLe dictation,
of the "M" family.
W e are glad to know that our ariieles
on the avenu-?.?. :iv Iming tho de.-ired
effect. Public, opinion is being attracted
to the subject, and every man wha takes
the trouble to examine the subject de
clares in favor of tho immediate opening
Wc publish an interesting article to
day from the Fremont Trihimc in which
are sr-me extracts from the Nebraska
City Chronicle. Our of the
Chronicle containing those things either
never came to band or was mislaid. Has
it come to this, that an effort must be
made by the Chief Justice of the State
to "muzzle the press?" If Chief Jus
tice Mason has started out on that line it
is time every newspaper ia the land took
sides in favor of self protection. Mr.
Mason mmj find that he has taken a
heavy contract when he attempts to
stifie the voice of the press in this free
Second street, at the foot cf Main
will soo;. be a firt-class iuudhole.
Recorder Cooper is mr-king improve
ments on Lis, residence property.
lion. T. M. Mar.juett is expected
home in a few days.
A large; number of fruit trees are be
ing set in Nebraska this spring.
May moving has commenced. "Nate"
Way bright has removed to summer quar
The Tribune says the population of
Tawnee county is between -ltXK) and
Ilesser was on hand this morning with
an arm full of lettuce, the first of the
season. He will scon be ready to supply
the market with rarly vegetables.
Steamer Glasgow arrived at our levee
at 12 m. to-day, loaded with freight for
On3 of the "fraternity" iu this city
was arrested yesterday for selling intoxi
cating liquor on the Sabbath, and was
fined VO) and costs.
Wni. W ilson, Esq., of Pes Moines-,
Iowa, is in the city on a visit to his
brother-in law, S. Euk, Esq. They
are a hale, hearty team of "silver greys.
A large force of hand was put to work
this morning grading down the bill south
of tho railroad machine shops, prepara
tory ta extending tracks in that direction
It is expected the B. B. track will I,.;
completed to A.-hland next Friday, and
that regular train3 will be put on as ;
as Monday next. Th s will do awav
with all the rough siaging between this
cit3' and Lincoln.
Tb.2 Council Bluffs Xonparcil hosts
of one train arriving at that city with
147 passengers, and says that was the
larget train ever run into the city. We
often see a hundred passengers or less
leave this city for the west on a bingle
. The belligerent "amendmant" who
was arrested, fined and Bent to the lock
up yesterday, was released last evening
on payment of fine. His antagonist in
the affray was discharged by the Re
corder for lack of evidence.
The Sioux City Dally Times comes to
us enlarged to a seven column paper, and
presenting a very respectable appearance.
The Times is a wide awake journal, aud
will do much to build up the town and
locality where published, if the jepli
will give it the suppeirt it merits.
A new dailv paper, with J. Russell
Young as editor, is to be started in New
Voik in Mav.
Anoiher of the 'fraternity'' was
brought up this morning for selling in
toxicating drinks ou the Sabbath, and
fined ?-" and costs. There is "fun
The Coun-il Blu.Ts Nonpetrn'l (dally)
i now received at this cilice. We al
ways load the Konjt-irr'l when it is
sent to us classing it among our most
to us i-r a
loog time, bat we are g'ud to receive; it
We understand that a heavy contract
for grading was let by the City Council
a short time since. The contractor left
for N ebra-kn ( 'it v some days ago and fears
are entertained that he has been "gob
bled" bv Bennett, of the Midland, as
no word has been received from him.
He had a "fat take" here.
We are in receipt of a new daily paper
from Nebraska City. It is a large, well
cot up sheet (same size of the daily
IIki?ai.t), contains a liberal supply of
reading matter, is purely Democratic in
politics, and is called the XeLrnxka Cify
Iiil!f Times. This paper will .supply a
want largely felt in Democratic circles in
the southern part fcf Nebraska. The
number before us cives evidence of a
hearty support from the Democracy of
Nebraska City. We suppose Demo
cratic papers arc a i:ccssa-y evil, conse
quently wc always like to see a well go
up one when one must be had at all.
It was about time the Democrats: of Ne
braska City elone something to throw olT
the chains that Morton hi 1 them bound
with. lie has often declared, in our pre.-;
once, that he ttood ready to burst the
I)emocia;ic party henccr the Demo
cratic paiiy failed to serve his individual
purposes. The party failed to serve
Morton's individual par o.scs at their re
cent convention, consequently Morton is
now ready to fulfill his part of the en
gagement, and the party starts another
paper i:i self defence.
02VI.Y Ti: LOTS.
We arc told that the riuht of way has
been already promised free of charge,
for the Avenue leading sourh west, ex
cept across ten lots, and it is not known
but it will be given free ol cost across
them. Is it. not about tiuie tome formal
action was bcinc taken?
As the city new stands v.e have not tr
exceed a half mile of good busincw street
no to exceed that amount that is now
or (j'.jsme.-s purposes
but h i us open the avenues and we
wi:i have two sticet.- (or nv-ivic) of a
:ni!eiii length caeh, which wii! give us,
i ;es of them, four miles
houos besides what
Who is there that op-
we now hay;,
poses the project
A. ritfc.lK. OF JJAT
A Cow nidi IJjrp Calves.
Jacob Vallojy, of tho firm of Vailery's
& Ruflher, informs us that he has a cow
that has recently gave birth to three
calves, and that two of them are now
llive and doing well. The two living
ones are large, fine calves, one male and
one female. We have heard of one or
two other instances of this kind, but
they are very unusual.
A no it OttinilMi- brought into requi
sition. The Railroad transfer business has in
creased wonderfully within the pa?-t
month. The Transfer Com pan; have
boen runr.ing two large Omnibuses, and
yesterday they brought on thethiid one.
Belbre the Railroad reaches Lincoln they
will ba compelled to add another one or
A gentleman from Ohio was iu the
city yer.terday, inquiring whether he
could get a through ticket from here to
Cleveland, by way of Burlington, Iowa,
and was informed by three or four per
sons that he ceul 1 not; whereupon he
made up his mind to start for Plaits
mouth by wagon this morning, to get a
through ticket as ho wanted. iVni. City
Arrent Wentz. under tho IIeralp of
fice, can sell you a ticket to any part of
the United States.
About 8 o'clock to-day an slarm of fire
startled our citizens who could be seen
ruohiiig towards thi houso of Mr. L
A. Wiggenhorn, immediately north of
the Episcopal Rectory. The alarm was
caused by a defective flue through which
the fir ?;i the chimney attacked a hoard
partition, end Iiaa not aid arrived
promptly no doubt the building would
have been consumed. Some of the car
pets and other furniture, which we un
derstand belong to Mr. Wcntz, Ticket
Arent of the B. & M., were damaged
slightly. When w ill our good people
wake up to the necessity of makitij foiae
provision against fires?
Cnllery oietsel by 3Zr.
A3 our city increases in numbers and
business it naturally draws all tho ac
companiments of a large place. The
latest thing in the way of amusement is
the opening of Mr. Guthznn's Shooting
gallery, in the room formerly occupied
by Mr. Clark as a billiard hall. Guth
man has fitted up the room in good style,
and lias it supplied with two billiard ta
bles besides the shooting gallery. The
room is lighted with ga.aline, which is
the next thing to gas itself. Guthman's
is a good placa to go to try your ikili as
a shootist. It is a nice amusement if you
don't get so you see too many targets at
The Greens-burg (Indiana) JYms saj-s
that a gay Greensbunrer, when he goes
to see bis girl, a little west of that town,
cames his fine boots under his arm un
til ho reaches the gate, when he eloffs his
stomas and marches into her presence as
fresh and clean as a new blown puinpkin
OVt.S ly.il 1 IS I MS.
The Brooks House was formally opened
to the pubiic to-day, although no dem
onstration was made, such as the Messrs.
Iligby would have been pleased to have
had all thing been in readiness. A
our citizen'' passed
the biv.s'e aa.l partook ci" the
enti- ofh-rd by the aeeoramodat
ing l.o.-t, and & agre in voting it the
fme-t house and the best furni.-hed one
ia the State. a!v tbtt J. C. Iligby &
San rw "princes of the Mood" ro far as
knowing bow to keep hotel gees. V c
ca;i say to the traveling public that
Plutt-smoutli now has a hotel that the
is not ashmod of cue where as good ac
commodations can be had as can be fjund
west of the Mississippi river. Come on
with your hotels ; we will back the Brooks
IIou?e against anr of them.
Will ISio Cfly Council dike S?pi to
Liiivc tie:i OpoKtttl.
We have calid on the City Council
several times to do somathing about
opening avenues through the natural ap
proaches to the city, but as yet no action
has been taken. It seems to us thi3
thing must be did sometime, and the
sooner it is attended to tho better for all
concerned. Mr. Hays has stuck up a
few s':ik-"5 along the proposed line of the
avenue leading to the southwest, and we
invite the City Coun.il and all parties
interested to go and take a look at the
route and be satisfied f the feasibility of
the iro;eet. The land and lot owners
along the route have all, or nearly all,
exj Tossed a willingness to give the land
necessary for the opening of tha avenues,
and we hope the Council will not lunger
delay action upon ihi.; important meas
ure. If they require any formal request,
wc suggest that a petition be circulated
for signatures asking them to take action.
Above rdl things let Mt have action, and
O. F. Johnson has his Soda Fountain
in full blast. Trv it.
OrETVSr.'G Ol' THE EiH50ZIi HOIKE.
The IY(cn8 are iiivlleii ti make a
Messrs. J. C. Iligby & Sou will open
their new IIotd, tha Brooks House, to
morrow and invite, all their friends to cal"
ad see them. They had intended giv
ing a grand Opening Banquet, but have
now decided to elefer that part of the
programme until se metimo next month.
Tie House iz in good sh.if-c, however,
as the calkr? to-morrow can carUy sat
isfy themselves by taking the trouble to
look around. The
les.-as. IJigby can
eir house, and can
y throw open every nook ana corner
of it for public inspection and criticism.
They propose receiving their friends to
morrow as early as Iu o'clock a. m. Re
freshments served at 11 a. ci.
Tlae. So-itltU'eKiem to Com-eot wlt!i
tiie 11. A. t. nmr lMattsmoutu.
We learn from reliable authority that
the people of Sarpy county voted down,
last Saturday, the proportion to issue
bonds to the Southwestern Railroad
Company to run through that county to
Ashland, and that the company has now
decided to strike immediately toward
Plattsmouth and join the B. t M. near
this city. This is in accordance with oar
idea as expressed sometime since, and
will elraw the trade of a large scope of
country north of the Platte river to thi3
city. What our bu-iness men need to
do now is to be up and doing, and tend
out their advertisements to the west anel
northwest. The adoption of this route
insures the caily completion of the
Trunk road, as it virtually completes
that road between this city and Omaha-
A V E ?i f ES AtlAITf.
Tlio (ion! of lite City Denir.nds ilmt
they be ;venca at Once.
It is a well known fact to every citizen
of this city that some of the most desi
rable property on Main street is held at
figures so high that no purchasers are
found, and that the development and
growth of the city is retarded iu conso
quenee. It it the general talk that busi
ness must branch off from Main itrcet,
but uherc is the epicstion, and the un
certainty of this where is preventing the
erection of business houses. Let the
avenues be opened or let the question
be settled that they are to be opened
and we will see fifty business houses
erected to where we will see ten with
this uncertainty hanging over us. Le t
us have the f-ue.stiou settled at once.
A Sew and' Conijtellnijf Line from
What Nebraska wants i ?heanfreights,
and ov.r business men ar.d all panics in
terested in cheap freights will he pleased
to learn that the B. & M. R. R. Com
pany effected arrangements with the Ke
okuk Packet Company whereby they can
compete with Missouri River Packet
rates from St. Louis, and goods c.n la
delivered at Plattsmouth in less time
man r.'V an water route, insurance is
caved by goeis on this route, and the
following are the freight rates :
1st. class, 05 cents per luO lbs.
3d " 55 " " "
4th " 45 " "
Merchants desiring to make shipments
by this new line-should apply to John
Murray, General Freight Agent on Ke
okuk Packet Company's Wharf Boat,
St. Loui?. Further information can be
had by applying to C. II. Wcntz, the
accommodating agent of the B. & M. R.
11., in the HrJtALD building.
The Icica State, Reporter calls loudly
for its senior editor, and adds: "He
started for De3 Moines two weeks ago
and when last heard from was at Daven
port. He had on a new stove-pipe hat
when he went away and we are fearful
he has forgotten who be i. Any of our
editorial brethren seeing hini will please
direct his step3 homeward." j
A-a Elesaiil ftilver Ten Set I'rnull
to Cl. XI. T. leek.
A tiayr'-y Oceaiion Everybody !e
Ln t evening a uumlerof Citizens met
in the Drug Si ;ro of Messrs. Prole Si
Ycates, whore wa displayed a very beau
tiful silver lea set, which it was whis
pered was to be presented to our es
teemed frioud, Coi. II. W. Peck, en
gineer on the B. & M. Railway.
At 9 o'clock Gen. Livingston being
called in to preseat the set, addressed the
Col. as follows :
'Col. Fecic: My fellow citizens and
your warm friends of this city, under
standing that you were about to removs
from among us, desire to express their
attachment and the high estimation iu
which they hold you, sir, by tendering a
light token of their regard beforo your
departure. Allow me, sir, to express
my own and their regret at your leaving
us but we feel assured that our loss will
be the gain of any community in which
your lot may bo cast. We feel deeply
the interest you have taken in the growth
of our young city, and we trust that
when you and your amiable lady sip a
little "Dohea," these mementoes will
bear you back to Fome of the pleasant
hour3 it has teen our good fortune to en
joy with you. To us, sir, we have in our
tsarts a lasting memorial of friendship
for yourself and family, and we will al
ways pray that wherever Fate points
your path, or whcreTer duty calls you,
that Fortune may einilc upon you and
yours. Accept then, sir, from your many
fiisnd8 ia Plattsmouth, this email trib
ute to your worth, and ever feel assured
that we will cherish your memory in the
warmest corntr of our hearts."
Col. Peek replied :
"Sin : This unexpected expression of
your kiuuness and regard overwhelms me,
and my lips refuse to give utterance to
my gralitudi. I cannot convey iu words
Low much I appreciate it.
"You have presented this token to me,
in the name of my friends in the city of
Plattsmouth. You could approach me
with no dearer, prouder title. The
names of your citlzeas are inscribed high
on our country's "roll of honor," and
your thriving city, so happily placed at
tLe gateway of the great route, from the
Ka.t to tha West, i making rapid strides
among the sister cities of the State,
exceeding tho hope of her most sanguine
friends. I would that I had language to
tail you, for my '"cotter half" and my
telf how much I thank you nolionhy for
this flattering tcr.ti menial of your es
teem but f jr the uniform kiiiuntss and
cordial welcome with which you have
been pleased to greet me during my f-tay.
I can only stiive to deserve this, sir ; be
lieve mo, that when in the coming years,
I thall purfcue that mysterious path
which my destiny shall point out to me
through tho rugged journey of life, that
path will be cheered and iny heart will
bo gladdeaad as my memory reverts to
the pleasant days passed at Plattsmouth.
Sir, the highest privilege I can ask is
to call you "fiicndd," and the highest
holiest hope of my heart is to be worthy
of your friendship. In the name of
Mrs. Peck and myself I thank you."
After which Capt. John W. Marshall,
John R. Clark, Eiq., and several others
made short remarks and happy allusions
to the Cob's sojourn among u. The
part then partook of refreshments, and
adjourned at a !ato hour. We fcincerely
hope that Col. Peck may be iaduc:ed to
return to Nebraska,. His integrity and
gentlemanly and obl'ging conduct while
with us, in the past year, have won him
hosts of friends. lie is a gentleman
whom to know is to respect and love,
and we earnestly hope for such a gain to
TSIE SEW STATIONS.
There will be eight stations between
this place and Lincoln, on the B. Sz M.
Railroad. Two of these stations arc un
provided with post offices, and we recom
mend to the parties interested at these
points to secure the early establishment
of mail facilities by petition to the Post
Master General, sent in care of some of
our representatives in Congress. It will
be but a short time now when the road
will be through to Lincoln, and our
friends along the line thold ba alive and
move iu thia matter forthwith.
April 2Cth, 1S70.
Council met pursuant to notice. Pres
ent, Mav or Lazeiiby, Aldermen Donelan.
Hei.-el, Lazcnby and White, the Mar
thai and Recorder.
Petition of John Thomson for the re
moval of id. Mangaa from tho police
force, on account of conduct unbecoming
an officer, read, and upon motion was
referred to special committee con.-isting
of Messrs. Dcnelan, Heisel anel White,
for investigation and report.
The following accounts were presented,
and upon motion allowed.
Account of Mrs. O'Keefo for Leddin?
furnished city hospi tal, $ 1 C. 00.
Act. of White & Spires, fur materials
and labor on street e'ros-sinrr.
" R. R. LiTincston,
" W. E. Donulan,
" J. W. Rawlins,
S. F. Cooper, Recorder, 9.10.
A number of accounts were presented
and referred to finance committee.
The report of thfi Roard of Ileilth
recommending certain action by the City
Council was read, and upon motion
adopted with amendments.
Upon motion, Hon Willet Pottenger
was appointed City Attorney for the en
Adjourned to meet on first Wednes
day evening in May.
S. F. Cooper, Recorder.
There is one single fact which one may
oppose to all the wit and argument of
inlidelity, viz : that no man on his death
bed ever repented of being a Christian.
A successor to Gen. Geo. II. Thomas,
as Major General will not be nominated
until after the army bill, now before
Congress, is disposed of.
The officers of School Districts num
ber 14, 24, 4(5, 4S, ry.i, (31 and f2, will
1 .-lease take notice, that their Enumera
tion Report has not becu received, and
also that a faiiue to make and return such
Enumeration Report will cau-e the loss
of the Public monej for one year.
W. A. PATTKII.SON,
Co. Supt. Pub. Instruction
iu an I for Ca-." Co., Nebraska.
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Something new at Clark & Plummer s
in the way of Pre-s Buttons and Trim
Don't fail to call at Clark & Plummcr's
and see their mammoth stock of geods.
They take pheasure in showing them,
Ladies, go to Clark it Plummer' s for
a fine Chiarnon or Afghan Switch.
"Shoo Fly" Joe Elliot & Peabody
hats at Clark & Plummcr's. d&wtf.
Ladies, Clark i" Plummer arc opening
the most complete stock of Press Goods
ever offered in this market. ap20d&wtf
Are now receiving the larirest stock of
Dress Goods ever brought to this mar
kot", which they are selling cheap for
If you want a neat calico dress, go to
Vallerys & Ruuner's. Thcv are now
selling the best for 12 cts per yard.
Vallerys & Ru finer have the largest
stock of Groceries ever brought to the
city, which they bought for cash and at
reduced prices. Call and examine their
If you want to buy a -rood American,
English or Swiss watch, one that you
can show to your friends, go to the old
stand next door to the Brooks House.
If vou want a good clock, or a neat sett
oi .Jewelry, Guns, i.fr,a r ammunition,
go next Uoor to the Brooks House. Or
if you want your watch repaired, in good,
workmanlike stylo, 0 to the eld place
next d ' r to tho Brooks House, where all
work warranted to trive satisfaction or
no arge. Remember the place.
One door west of the Brooks House,
The JmhI Cat I.
All persons Knowing themselves in
debted to us by note or account are re
quested to call and settle immediately.
Vai.leky.s & Rl'l-'FN t'K.
G rover & Baker's Sewing Machine is
the best in market. Vallerys & Ru:T
ner are agents. Those in want of a good
Machine will find it to their advantage
to give them a call.
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Vallerys Sc Runner havo ju-t received
a new t-uppiy of Boots and .Shoes, which
they are selling very low.
Go to Vallerys Sz Ru finer and buy your
Groceries. Tbev buy tor cash and will
not be undersold.
Tf you nre in want of a good Wasron
go to Vallerys Sc Rullher. They are
agents for the Star and Schuttlcr Wag
ongs, the best in market.
Vallerys & Ruffncr have jut received
sample machines of the Improved Roek
fijrd Broadcast Seeder and Cultivator,
very much improved for the year 1S70.
Call and examine them, r.nd leave your
Go o Vullery 00 Sc RufTncr's to buy you
Dry Goods. They are selling cheaper
than the cheapest.
For sale A first Hass Sewing Ma
chine. Inquire at this office.
1S70. 1S70. 1870.
D. Sehna.-se Sc Co., at the New York
Store, have just received the Largest
Stock of New Spring and Summer
Goods ever brought to this City. They
sell 3ou now the very best Prints, as
Merrimacks, Calicoes, &c., for 121 cents,
other Brands S to 10 cents, good Delains
f"r 20 cents, Ginghams 15 cents, all other
Goods fer the same low juices. Choice
Stock of Custom made Boots and Shoes.
Ladies and Gents new Style Straw and
Fur Ila's. Large Assortment of China
and Glass Ware. Groceries Cheaper
than the Cheapest. april20d&wlm.
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ine most complete assortment or
Queensware and Glassware in the ma
ket, will he found at Clark Sc Plummcr's
and tlieir prices are remarkably low.
There is no u.e in talking, Clark Sc
Plummer can Lcat them all suiiimr frro-
ccrics and provisions. Try them and see.
The Mary McDonald landed a fine let
of green apples for : Clark Sc Plummer,
which they are offering cheap, by the
bushel or barrel. d&wtf.
All varieties of plain and fancy crack
ers, from Pake's celebrated Bakery, at
Clark & Plummcr's. They are receiving
them fresh weeLhy. d&wtf.
Notice tho big C. Sc P. in our list o
Tha M. D. Wells Rootj and Shoes
sold by Clark & Plummer, excel in
anything we ever naw.Nr tho
Go to Clark Sc Plummcr's for Carpets,
and Oil Cloth. ap20diwtf
All kinds of Country produce t'ucn
in exchange for goods at Valleiys &
Go to Valleryi Sc RufTner'a and buy
your Boots and Shoe?, the best in mar
Go to Vallerys Sc RufTncr's and look
at tlie Panier Arabs, the prettiest in the
Just received at R T. Duke & Co.'s
one hundred cook stoves, of all eizes and
kill(1 L; h jj- be golj at tl0 verviow.
est figures. Duke Si Co. keep the heavi
est stock in the west. apr21di wlt.
Every I tisiuesi man orMeehanic who
desires to see buMness lively in the city
should subscribe for one or more coppies
of the Daily Herald and insert a good
sized advertisement. tf
The IIerali ofuee is now turning out
some of the finest job work ever done in
the State. We invite business men to
call and examine specimens. tf
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W H O i. E S A L
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
QUEENS WARE, &C.
Main street, Pattsmouth, 3o-
Where Everything in Their Line Can be Found.
We Call The Attention of the Public to
Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries.
Boots and Shoes,
That we are just receiving. We buy our
market for CASH, and will aim by low
all who will favor us with a call.
HARDWARE AND AGRICULTUifAI
(7- - 7 VI-
MATHEWS, DONNELLY & CO
Would respectfully inform the people of CASS and adjoining counties tl:;t p.
havo just opened a LARGE
Hardware and Agricultural Establishing.
Where wc arc always to tc found to ccccrnmodnte customers.
FOURTH STltKCT, UETWKEN MAIN AND VINK.
I'LA'J'Ty M O UTI 1 J
(V? eunHlrt!- in part of the f- il.nvin.- :
7 .M.mIoI owui'lt:ik Jiira-ir. .S!iirnul K
nnl Cuitivai.T. OntiU.i 'oi l JI ?i ti: n : ii Cultiv:iti.r Kixr. inm i'.; i'.utt st-'l "i
trri)i:ti(l. hrrakf r.-. Vt-o ri;i..i lfl l..(r:i h:iM Plow. Priii't.m ml u.-tMlilr lr.'.ii" . ... i-
ilii tlio celebrated cwtuii uguii, which
Cut!cry, Nuils, Ir0ri
Glars. Putty. Whitn I.o,.
ALSOWJSw ClWICJi JliiDUU SIJED.S . 1
ti,The above compriresa few of the articles
co-jiplt'tc and to sell at bottom iirict!.
And Examine our Stock, that you mav go
-E. T. IDTTIKZIK & CO.,
Wholesale tnd. Retail dealers in
STOVES, TIH, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
STEEL PL O "W S
Of all kinds and iizes, which wo warrant the kost in the nnrkct.
butters anl SpoctJiiron sh'i'tt
Am PT.'lu-iv , ... . r . air. r,
in tu.i ri;i:r.f7 TrrU"- ' 11
or ood Cook Stove
Giro u a c-, we will not be un ler.ol 1 Main ftroot, next door cast of tho Ma.ir.nio P.! '
PLATTS "i (J UTII. IZ 1 i 1 1 A S K A
Stoves, Tin, Hardware & Farming Too!
IIA1,UFACTURER OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE
Roofing, Guttering, Spouting and Repairing don.
1 am Selling First-Class Goods and Guaranty Not to
Undersold, as I am Buying of First Hands.
A lot of A No. 1 riows and Cultivators, closing out at Cost. Remember the i '
Wain &e., jcxz to CiZf SI&zcl)
E AND R E T A It
Hats and Caps.
Goods as low as they can be had ia ;
prices, fair dealing and good goods to j 1. ..
CLARK Sc PLT'MMER.
The P.uc-k-t-yp K.i.cr an.l MowTOinl,ii-.i '
ov.it Horn I'Ikuim M... i. '. , . '
lor duriibility c iiiiiot he t xcclcJ auvw Ik i :
Our aim shall be to keep our:-i
awav H;),.:..-f1od if not II Pi''
M ATI HOWS, DOSNKLLY
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