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HOLBSALE AND RETA !L
F.V ITIA'G PL A TTS MOUTH
WILLFIND GCOOSTBLIS ACCOMMODA-
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Farmer's Feed Stable,
Corner of Sixth ami Vine Streets One Block
North otthe Presbyterian Church, Plattsmouth,
BATES Jt DcGARMO.
QUEENSWA RE &C,
Main street, Plattsmouth, Keb.,
Where Everything in Their Line Can be Found.
BUM S Si
I. J. V 9
lie Hiteka gwtfcl
From Thurtdav't Daily.
Mr. Abbee, of tho Board of State
Prison Inspectors, was in the city to-day
on his way home.
"We ur.derstaud tho Catholics of this
city contemplate having a grand pic-mc
on the 4th of July. Particulars will be
given through the Herald hereafter.
Three men -were murdered and one
i m. i." . ;.. loo
COUlUiltteU BUltiae ax auasas in.
Sunday, and it was not a very good day,
either. One was struck in the head witii
W flail Thr Attention of the Public to
Our Stock of
n.. nr. n-nforiaQ nup.p.nsware. Notions
Ui y U'JUUO, vl ui --.. '
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
i be had in the market for CAS II.
TVLt n p .ro iurf receivintf. We buy our pookas l'-w as they can 1
c j .Mrl Tf.r.rts. to-t,Iea?e all who will favor us with a can.
L .-, liii til n r ' - - bs .
and will aim oy low IriCe
Mr. L. B. Crocker i Co. wu-h to announce to
the Ladies of Flattsmouth und vicinity that
they are just opening u select Ktock ot Millinery
and Faney Goods of the newest pattern, which
they will offer very low. Itresses cut and made
in the latent and moet approved styles and on
the shortest notice, tor the present we will ba
found in the room adjoining Mess s. Fox's Gro
cery, on Main street. Call upon us before pur-
HAKDWARE AND AGBICULTUiiAJ
Vt! Saturday' Daily
Mr. Gamble has opened a restaurant
at the "Farmer's Home. fctop and
get a square meal.
The "Wizard Oil" fellow is singing
and fiddling money into his pockets
The session of the Grand Chapter of
Nebraska commences in this city next
The man who lost a lightning rod poi'it
in Shannon's corn crib can get it by call
ing at this office and explaining to Shan
non how it eaute there.
A wrecking car is being constructed at
the Railroad Machine Shops It is made
.i i f r lift- o ln'i.l -if fttnrtppn fmift.
o rrin w.w .hnt With a pnre OI " y.v..
.v J. w p,.t with a knife, and used to lift heavy rocks on the rip-.rap
tV, other laid himself down across the worK, wnen noc in u,e as a -
railroad track and let the train pass over
Mr. J. M. Htekctt, of California, Mo.,
formerly publisher of the JjoyalJuurnuL
of that place, called on us to day. He
has been on a prospecting tour west, and
has decided to abandon the newspaper
business and go to farming. He has se
cured a homestead on the Blue.
Hon. II. W. B. Stout arrived from
Lincoln this morning, and left for home
The "June rise" has playd out.
The river has fallen several leet within
T. C. Holden, a prominent insurance
agent of Kansas City, was brought to
grief recently after having borrowed a
large sum of money on forged note.J.
"The way of the transgressors."
Work lias commenced cn the river
shore under the B. & M., and we will
soon .see the entire front of our town se
curely rip-rapped against all the en
croachments of "Old Muddj-."
Mr. John Fitzgerald ha:, exhibited
most commendable energy in grading
. it i
our streets, llnrd street will soon oe
open to the south part of town. Push
the work of opening streets, that's the
way to show you mean to have a city
second to none in the State.
Morrison 'has opened his new Meat
Market. There is not a hner estabhsh-
MATHEWS, DONNELLY & CO.
Would respectfully inform the people of CASS and adjoining counties that that
..-... ju-t opened a LARGE
Hardware and Agricultural Establishment
V'here w-e are always to be found to accommodate customers.
1 OUHTII STREET, BETWEEN' MAIN AND VINE.
The Dm liiigtoii&JIissMiiri
River Rail Road,
In connection with the
Cltlcftgj, Burlington & Qutnqj 12. R.
Offer to the people of Plattsmouth. and all tha !
portion ol ebraka lying
SOUTH OF THE PLATTE,
the most dire'-t, and the beet Ttoute to the Eas
tern. South Kastern, and Nor hern States.
PnsseiiKcrs d '-sirineto travel luxuriously should
take the Atlantic Express, which runs through
to Chicago without ch; nee of Cars, cu nipped
with elcKiint Dny Coaches, Pullman's Palace
Day and bleeping Coaches, ana
Pullman's Dining Cars.
In addition to the fact that this is the direct
route by which time may be saved in reaching
any point in the Eastern or Middle States, it may
truthf ully be said that it possesses the best track
and thefinest equipment ol any cetera Line,
ensuring to the passenger
Speed, Safety and Comfort,
Rates always as LOW as the LOWEST. Bag
gage cheeked through to any point East.
L'. ti. l"i,KM. wen. npt,
A.E.T0UZAL1N, uen. Passenger Agent,
Palmer, liveryman, has purchased a
supply of new carriages and buggies.
Paine & Charlton have removed their oient of the kind to be found anywhere.
Tnsnmncp nffi.-e to the front room in You will find him under the new Pho
Leonard's Fhotograph Gallery. tograph gallery
V. V. Leonard, Esq., has fitted up We understand that Mr. A. L. Brown
the finest picture rooms in the west. Chief Clerk in the Surveyor General's
His waiting room is nicely carpeted and office, at this place, has purchased the
furnished. Call and see his room and elegant residence and lot of Prof. J. G
specimens. Miller, at Oreap-ilis. We will soon have
Mr. Henry Robertson has opened in that locality as a part of Plattsmouth if
this city a depot for the famous Brewer our citizeus keep pushing north
& Bemis' Ale. We learn from Superintendent Patter-
A man lately played ghost on an old son that there is now in the Treasury
farmer who btlieves in muscular Christi- ready for apportionment in this county,
anitv. The chost was taken home in a the sum of $7,474.27 school money.
wheelbarrow. This is the largest apportionment ever
The Street sprinkler is doing a good ia Cass,
inl, Tt, makes a ereat difference in the We understand the Catholic pie-nic on
tomnerature. as well as in the amount of the 4th is to be a novel affair.
The Nebraska City Times says:
"Judge Kinnev sold Saturday last at
Lincoln, nine thousand dollars worth of
lands in the vicinity of the cpitol at an
j. si. mmm & t o.,
(Successors to J. M. Ilinchmstn,;
Drugsisis & Apothecaries. '
PAINTS, OILS. UYES. N0TI0N8.
PERFUMERY. FANCY SOAPS.
For Mechanical and Medical purposes.
Keep constantly on hand a full and well assort
Physician!" prescriptions carefully compound
by an experienced Druggist. None tut the
edrcst medieines used. All goods warranted as
puresented. Ceil id see.
Main Street, South Side.
Al H at-t it J '
SELL THE CELEBRATED
DodgcandJYcw York Reapers and blotters
The o ily Reliable Self-R; k3r offered in any Karket.
Also, .he Elrtisali Thrasher, and the Buffalo Pitt Thrather.
Ill VERYB O D Y
In need of a f!; st-c!ass Reaper and JVlovver had bttc
Cor. Main a: d Sixth Sts., Plattsmoulh Neb
Lounges, Tables, Safes,
Of all descriptions and at all prices.
Uctallc Burial Cases
. ... .. . f : . "rv n',i,.i.nri Honiwr nml Mowercombined.
i ' . M""C T "iCn Tc.,S i'lanter. M-omouth Stlk Cutter
... JM-i .-.erpKhv "V--,si" .""C: ....V.Jt Iron 1!
-....t.M.vi.r. Jn.i is na -V,onP, Y"txiu.-J Vr , , n a.liu-tal.le Iron Beam Plows.
' V :;',tVXbi XeTl a' Waiu. which ior 'durability cannot be ceded anywhere Et or
i a: i.ire.
. if! -. T 1
r.;l 'Fence Wire. " Gar Jen, licil an i t lower S-ed.
ALSO 40011 CHOICE HEDGE SEE1
.The above comprise? a few of the articles on hand.
I cosup'.et aul to sell at bottom prices.
Our aiin shall be to keep our stock fa 1
G1VK US A CALL
Ar.1 exaitiiue our Stock, that you may go away sati.-Ced if not HAPPY.
MATHEWS, DONNELLY CO.
average price of $000 per acre."
Mr. Henry Amison has been making
some valuable improvements on his re.-i-
dence property on Third street. lie-has
put up one of the finest fences m the
W. D. Jenkins retires from the edito
rial charge of the Little Blur, and J. A.
Worrall takes his place. Worrall is a
practical printer, and will undoubtedly
get up a eood paper.
Call at Murphy k Streight's Harness
Shop and look at some of the fine work
'Alikiv' is turning out. lie makes
nic-T harness than you can get from the
eat at the Tame money, and then it i
made right, and no t:slop-shop" work
A gentleman advertised in the Her-
i mi " i-V j iSriiT
TJ IB !Ej Izi,
. LEWIS & "C
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
V a; e
TO THE WOKKINO CLASS. M'e are now
1 ri cared to fui nh all el:i?--i with constant
en:i li'Viuent at home, the whole of the time or
for the !pare nioiaenu". Bu.tiuc.-s now. litrhtnnd
prolitabie. Persons of either sex easily earn , ,,,T C , .1,.0 . nnil
lrom Uh-. to 55 per e. enin. and a proportional AI D lor a lost, pony a IcW laj S M1KC, ana
H.l'i-te lor the advertiement ia advance.
That ail who sec this notice may send their ad- JJe informed US this UlOming that the
ureses, anu icsi ioe iu:'ilto, wc umAo iuir i . . , ,
unparalleled offer: To such a arc nut well advertisement found the horse.
satistied. we will end t'l to pay p.rthe tn.ui.lc
of writing, i uil priiculars, a valuable sample.
which will do to commence work on, ami a
copy of Tht 'ix-pW Lftrtirii Companion one
of the larKot and be.-i, family newspapers pub
lished nil sent free by mail Reader, it you
want permanent, profitable wurk, address E C.
will be wheelbarrow races, and various
other oddities performed. Be ready to
Col. R. W. Furnas, of the Brownville
Advertiser, II. P. Duel, M. Punhanand
C. F, Whitmore, of Omaha, arrived in
the city last evening. They come to at
tcnl the meeting of the Grand Chapter
and the Grand Lodje of Masons.
Fares l.v rail to the east are down to
$3S to New York and 40 to Boston.
It's an ill wind blows nobodj- good. If
Vande:bilt. Gould and Fisk will only
keep quarrelling we will obtain even
cheaper rates than that.
A Nebraska City paper advocates
the digging of a canal from the Platte
.1 -1 1 , i .V "T1
across to tne iieaawaters oi uie iiue,
so as to make a navigable stream of the
latter. We presume the projector of this
scheme thinks that will be a cheap way
for hi;:i to move north of the Platte.
We object. We are satisfied with the
South Platte, aad have no desire to
The Locomotive Grafton is now un
dergoing thorough repairs at the railroad
machine shops. Her tender is being
Of all sizes.
Ready mado, and sold cheap for cash.
AVith many thanks for past patronage. 1 invite
all to call anl examine my large stocK ot I urm-
turc and Cotics. I jauJhtt.
Yard nnnnsitfi th Rnntipr Stnhles. nml directlv in the rear of the Court House. Wo rcBpectfuly
invite all parties proposing to build of consume lumber, to call and examine our Btock.
riattsiuouili. e May 18, 18.U. uiuji3.ii.
HAMBURGER AfJD BERLINER.'
BUTTERY & IJVZENBY, J.rops.
UVERY SALE & EXCHANGE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GGGDS,
Groceries, Carpets, Boots and Shoes,
Under the Brooks House,
-The bestof Horses and l?uppieson tand.'o
Corner me and iourth streets.
H03. E. TOOTLE.
T. E. H ANNA.
J. K. CLARK 8
Tcotie, Hanna & Clark,
IMain Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Crjf-The Highest 1'rice Paid for Country Produce, Hides, Wool &c.-"Cs.a
I .ilwf .in t-i frittr now- nnfl Arprv
Vlwitvs advertise in the Herald, and . ' . . , , ,
""" . ot Iioi. iiin hinnri'UM h nrfrhni I'll
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ALLK.V A t'l..
STCfVB AlB TIB- STOHi
XDTJKIE & CO.,
Wholesale andlRetail dealers inl
Hardivare and Agricnltural SmpleiueiiiM,
' STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
Of :li ki:iii ..-f s, vrhieh we warrant the best in the market.
S T J? jE
Are exclusive Ase its in this eonnty for tha sale ot
art's Celebrated Combination Coal
or Wood Cook Stove
Give ns a call we will not be undersold Main street, next door east of the Masonio Clock.
FLATTH v'Oli'i'Il. NEHHASKA
pay for it in advance.
Mr F. A. Mark, of the O-ceola Sen-
tii.cL is spendimr a few days in the city.
He expresses himself highly plea.-cd
with our city and its prospects, and wnl
no doubt be able to tell his readers when
he gets home, that there is such a place
and repaired. She will come out m
about four weeks almost new, and with
a "bran new" name. She is to be
called the "Weeping Water.
Onr exchanges, feeling the scorching
influence of hot weather, are pretty
generally joining in the annual shout to
their respective civic authorities to cause
CSolcl and Silver Coin,
JB. and other Stocks.
Dinfts drawn on all parts of the United Sta
and Europe. Deposits received, and special at
tention given iu coiicciious.
(Successor to Wliite & ISuttery)
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
TJG O-I ST
si-v- w J v iS?
1 'I 'f fv ;-. kS. 5
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN
Furnished promptly and neatly at the very
lowest prices possible.
Ve Warrant Satisfaction.
MERGES A- BRO.,
Vain street near Ctb St., PlatUmouth Neb.
A dUnnnointed railroadist irot ekvated all dogs to be muzzled. e cry ditto,
lat niirht and attempted to "run the and ask our "dads" to enforce the ord-
town" He soon formed the acouintance mance against dogs, ot high or low de-
of f fficer Williams, who took care of him gree, who go unmuzzled.
after an affectionate embrace. Williams The crops are reported to be looking
had several uely rents in his coat this unustially well, and farmers generally are
mornins, but the "other feller" slept looking for a bountiful harvest, in these
nuietlv in the house that Joe bunt. narts. Jud 'ing irom the numerous
a n..nU fi.ll.mu icpn l.mufflit be- reaper?, mowers and headers pouring
" '-""l"'- 'J1 - " . . A...II l...l .1..,.
ft, i?rr,W th mnnih' on a ""O town, we snoiua- coucmuc iul e.a
o I , T 1 i 1..1.
Y. M-mnnv. lmvitur been found agricultural ampiemu.it ui,.
v. .0. ...n 4. .v. J A. tt,.,
fclee,ing in an empty railroad car at the "y tu .u u
foot of Main street. At the request ot vot lo gmce ptUi0 Renistcr made
agent Wentz they were let off with a te f0nowng pertinent inquiry relative
reprimand irom his Honor, and an assu- tQ tjje men wjj0 reaj Sterling Morton
ranee that a repetition of the affair out of te party at 2sebraska City
would sutgect them to vu aays in tne
Is now receiving and has on hand (at the old stand of White fc Buttery)
wayman & curtis I South side Main Bt., PlattBmoutb,
The S-argest and siost Oomoaete
Stock of Druprs, Medicines, Paints, Chemicals, Lead, VarnL-hes, Coal Oil, Vih Oil, Machine Oil
GarglniK Uil, Cantor Oil. Aeatsfoot Oil. bale Oil, lliuseej Oil. l.ard Oil. Oil, l.&euUuI
Cod Liver Oil, and a Iar?e variety f Notions, Perfumery, Fac-y and Toilet
Articles, Essences, Flavoring ExLiact. Aiso, all tho Popular
O- F- JOHNSON,
' DEALER IX
Hoves, Tin,' Hardware & Farming Tools ;
ACTURER QF TDT AIJD SHEET IRON WARE,
i.x.:lr:, Guttering, f3; mting and Repairing done.
St , ; Fist-Class Goods and Guar only Not to f"
L;An' ;",'.'?, as I am Baying of Firl II in'fs
A No. 1 PI v-vs an l Cultivators, closing out at Coit. Rememlei the place
ext to City Motel,
Perfumeries, Hair Oils,
l.Vt ALL THB
1 atest Publications.
I p-oioL.timn carefully comnonnded bv an ex
Remember the place, opposite Clark 3c Plum-
luci s. x-i.tvtMivui.u. ieorka. ampuls
caltboose. Promiscous lodgers will take
By letter from Hon. John Gillespie,
Chairman of the Nebraska Soldiers Re
union Committee, we learn that he had
effected arrangements with the officers of
the 0. li. & St. Joe. Railroad Company
whereby all soldiers attending the re- j
union at Lincoln, on the 4th, will be
passed over that road free. Soldiers de
siring to attend will be furnished with
passes signed by the member of the com
mittee in their respective counties.
McCallum & Collins are the naine-3 of
the proprietors of the gunboat
stranded just above town. The afore
said "boat" is composed of 35,X0 feet
of Cottonwood logs; started fteiu the
mouth of the Little Sioux rive-, 180
miles above this place, on the 9th, for
Omaha, where they expected to dispose
of the logs- They missed the landing
there, and fell helow ; and then decided
to go to Nebraska City, but have now
decided to remain where they are lor a
while, or sell the logs at Plattsmouth.
The crew consists of six persons four of
the oi iuUre.-tcd in the raft. The raft is
now high and dry on a sand bar, and will
undoubtedly remain there until next sea
!oii unless it is taken apart and the logs
removed singly. The craft came along
beautifully ou the trip except the ran
i::to a bar once and againt the bank once
near old St. Marys. This is the first log
rait we ever knew of coming this low
down the river. We learn the following
Repairers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Grist Mills. .
Gas and Steam I lttins. Wrought Iron 1'ipe,
Force and Till Pumps, SJteam Gauges, ic
Valve Governors, and all kinds ol
Bra s Engin9 Fittings,
furnished 6& .tort notice.
Repaired" short notice. aue'-tf
lllfL - it. ! ........ . 1 Vinnr
HO are UlC liuiiciuuus iucu, anu iwn -wr t . jl . ,iT-a-n
much more, worthy are they than Rro. 9'CCpiKg Ti UltT VkAilta
Morton to wear the robe or Democracy.
L t us hear something of them from
their home papers.
Will the Times proceed to explain?
The "local" of the Fremont Trihunt
publishes the marriage notice of the
chief and adds :
"All the junior has to say in regard to
the above, is, that an organized band of
2(K), prompted by the kindest feelings
are aiming themselves with the neces
sary musical (?) instruments needed for
the occasion, to pay their resoects to the
hero of the above affair. "Woo, Woe!
unutterable woe!" my boy!,'
Farmers, (to where you can get tha bet Flour,
ana the most of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
LOTS I'OU SALU
L:TS I'oli SAL?'
lots s x sj:
a in I.LI
listcrns Built and R-ck Work
HE undersumed it prepared to takecontract
1 Ut buuiinr Cisterns and 1'urnisisiK all no- particulars from Mr. A. M. Adams, OH
Rock work by contract, and turauih.afl inater- 0f the gentleruvn who Came down on the
"lluv'Tfew acres of choice land f rrcsi encea r.ft, and who id chambermaid of the
and several EEC lot lor gile on reus jr.aoic terms
"Lines on a dead dog, respectfully
dedicated to J. Newt. Havs, is res
peetfuily laid away until the return of
the senior irom nis urmai tour, ana
"Lines on a sick cat, inscribed to the lo
cal Protcm'' is kindly declined ; the au
thoress evinces talent of the highest or-
dar. but we would recommena her to try
her genius on Kiiiie other folks' animals.
i r quads -f mi a:
ffiren in exchaefor eoodiv .e
We are also doing gris , and, with onr
increased facilities, feel assured that we can give
the bet and most r lour ot any in the Mate.
Produce Bought and Sold.
HIC2EST MARKET AIB.
Such as Jayne's, Avers', Halls, Scoville'sCoe's, Christie's, Morse'. McLainV, B::lccrV. 'istar'n,,
Wright's, Wakefield's, Guy Scott's, Perry Davis', Rohack's l' rut's, .Mrs. Vr'iiii'.ow's
UI. ninchcll s, llostelter a, uraKe s, Wallaces, weste,
all others in general us.
Brandies, Wines and Whiskies,
Of the best grades and qualities, strictly for Medical purpose.
DOMESTIC DYES, .
Red or Rose. Green, Blue and Black, Ar.aline, Ind'o, Madder, Extract Logwood, Pro Wood, 1c.
In fact everything that is needed in tho lrus or Mtdiciue Line.
f hysicans, Prescript ons careful y compcur.ded and put up
at all hou. s. All Drugs warranted fresh and pure. Call
before buying, end see what I have to sell.
A. W. PROLE.
Plattsmouth, March 21, 1370. wtf
Howard Sanitary And As-
For the Rcli .f and Cure of the Erring and TJn
fortunate, on Principles of Chr:iian
Essays on the Error? of Youth, and tho Follie3
of Aire, in n laii' -n to Marri:i?e and.S ci:tI Evils,
with sanitary aiil for th? a!lii.-ted. Hont free, in
escnbe-s the result ot Ked Cloud visit ci.ahon. Los v. Phil;Kitlpbia,Pa. maylwly
The Omaha Repuhliatn thus pithPy
to the National Capital
'The grand result of Red Cloud's
now-wow at Washington, may be thus T??SAYS FOK YOLNNG MEN, on the de-
rn'.n lli-ioli ml fli -olil- I J iigb'sofllmn. and ths propriety or iinpro-
MUUmCd lip. WO.lIl lUIOnam, lUc .-OKI j)Hety ofettine Married, with saniutry help
:er murderer pardoned ; t. 1. le:iuvais t,,r those who fed unfitted for mtiiuioni .l hap-
o t .l tn tr iil. -.--hio out of which pincss. Sent free in soiled envelope. Addres-
apooii td to a tra-i ... -tup, out u liOWARI ASSOCIATION. Box P. Philadel-
!! wid realize a fortune ; thirty or torty ,.k;., v. ;,i-,oiii.
horses given to theOgaiillihs, upon the
K nf which thev will run down and
scalp whit nifii v. hen they tret home ; a
little bill f about $Go.tx0 for Uncle
Samuel to foot, as an onset for the luxury
of feasting and lionizing a lazy Indian
murderer, who poscsses no influence even
among the tribe which he pretends to
represent. Humanitarianism is run
MEP.ICAN SUNDAY SCIIOOL UNION,
X T. F. VHEELER,
SUNDAY SCHOOL MISSIONARY
for Nebra-ka and Southwestern Iowa. Attends
to establtahtu iuiJ Kupilyiu Sawi? tichtaold.
Parties ordurinr supplies uu send money in
dxaiw or Peat Office Oni.
Nebraska City, Ntjbriak.-
umber! Lumber! Lumberl
The Undersigned Want
To Take Lumber from iaeir Yard at the folicving Prices:
Common Lumber --
And other Lumber, D-jcm, Sah,
..from $16 to $.12 p-er tUuJ-sn 1 ft.
from i to ?3J
ic . i'.i proportion.
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