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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1870)
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MACHIN E i HOP !
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Repairers of Steam Engines. Boilers. Saw and
CSi an" Stewn Fitting. WrouBht Iron Pipe.
Bra s Engine Fittings,
Repaired " ghort notice. , "t
REAPER & MOWER
Ahead in the Field.
x ATE TRIALS HAVE THORqUGHLT
1 j li.7-ibli.-hed the fact that McCorwu-k Ad
TncT Machine Combined. Ueaier and .Mowei
if the only Combined Mucu.ne that is
Mat CLARK i PLUMMER'5 and '?n
dct'a. Machine otf-re niron-sin eUcwhr
They Will Do You Good,
A. A. SARGENT
..i.i :v-; Doalprs and the Public
eeneraU to call and examine our stocn of
S O .A. -f w i
bcfere purohas-inK elsewhere. -Mr
:.re.ii. having had. the experience
. , : n.ontit':..f urine all
" s we are confident ot Riving enure ' --lac-ion
to ail who may lavor u itb their patron
.. i - l c... .-o-oo inJ delivered in
ErStHP Work!.. Kearney Ward, near Ferry St.
ItriiJ .M,!T.-s vuj.
any I-urtoiiQeyiij. , ,
mm ior rtuuci
RIPPl'S BEER GARDEN.
Open Every l:iy.
Music andDance every Sunday
Henry SiTl & Co
mlpt4f Bar Keepers.
W 11 O I. L S A L K AKU It E T A 1L.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS m(lJl SHOES,
QUEENSWA RE &C,
Main street P attsnaouth IMeb.,
Whsre Everything in ThsirLine Can be Found.
31$ f rhittaSRwar
LOCAL JSTJEJVJ S.
FFe CV The Attention of the Puhlic.
Our Stock of
From TliuTtday't DaiiT
Win McCaig. Eii , of I lur.TOvd, was
in tike city to-day on bu-ines
How is it possible to estate lcal mat
ter for a news;iap-jr th"i3 hot w; &t':T ?
E. Sa e, Eq, ha ju t reeved two
car loads of il.tin Illinois Harvesters
generally known as Headers.
The rain to-day wil help wheat and
corn very materially.
The elccti'-n of officers of the Grand
Chapter of Nebraska took place yester
day afternoon, with the following result:
Comp. E. A. Allen. G. H. P
" E. T. Duke. Deputy G. II. 1.
W. E. Hill, G. K
Dr. Gmff. G. Trea.
11. W. Furnas, G. Sec
A follow got drunk in Nebra-ka City
a few days since and pushed a lady off
the sidewalk. lie wa fined ju-t five
dollars. We are of opinion it would
cost him $50 for the same performance
The Nebraska City Times says: "A
Pawnee chief, told us ; esterday, in bro
ken English, that ttie whites might ex
pect hot timers on the plain this sea-on.
tt :. timi oil tVn frilincfmm trip
tO Otoe Reservation to the Pacific coast
would join hands in endeavoring to pre
vent whites from traveling over their
boundless hunting grounds. Our la-t in
KotiOPiS formation Iroui the ' West shows that
Ex' G vr. AlviirS sun '.
; til ' : i!,.' Kl I I V .
G.ivtii'Dr i.- cue ol ihe renaijic iiu .
our Siate. ,
The Council Bluffs Xoitp'ireil ay? it is i
rumored that Mr. John Teesda'c, of
Ioa, is about to be conne.-ted, editori
ally, with the Omaha Republican.
The Brownville Dentocntt advocates a
plank in the Deniociatic platform whi-. h ; T "J"
favor-, the granting ot lan Is to railroad j
an 1 snows mat It is in earne.-t oy ciu ri-
iug Pouiery's steal of Nebra.-ka lands.
At a recent billbrd match between
Wui. II. Va!!e;iu of lirownvilie, a:id
John Shoaf, of Omaha, the latter caaie
A conpondent writing from this city
to the Omaha llepuhh'cnn, says : "Piatts
mouth is greatly improving and ex
pand:ng like a rose bud ; but so much
has been said ot her lately that I will re
ratn. Coleraan, of the Beatrice Expm. has
left the ranks of bachelorhood and has
taken unto himself a rib. Sensible fel
low, but it has a curious effect on him ;
hear what he says on his return from his
wedding tour : "During an absence of
only two weeks from Beatrice, we can
see that great changes have taken place
in the town and in the number of its in
habitants." Coleman should remember
that he is liavle to see things double
now, since there is two of him.
Remember that everybody can eo to
Lincoln and return on the 2d, 4th and
5th of July for the nominal FUm of $2.
It is expected that at least one tuousana
" IP1 " &
ar x w -M m . ti n m f x . . n i -- .
S S L !L L
SELL. THE CELEBRATED
r.iTrrt'.v !7t::;:;y; pnp.
UYERY SALE & EXCHANGE:
es-Theb storHor"- and Hnfon h:ir
Coiuer Vine and Kouriu .-.rct;.;.
"there are one hundred and thirt3'-three I peop'e will go.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
. . . . i ;n th. mnr1l.f ftirCASU.
That we are just receiving-. We buy our goouaas lowumej "
and will aim by low priced, fair dealing and good goods, to plee all who wi 1 .avor u with a call.
, Clarfx cS: Plummsr.
3TOVB AND Till STOBL
T. X)TJKIE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in!
Iffardware and Agricultural Implements
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
STPEL L O S
lodges, and more daily arriving in the vi
cinity of Fort Laramie.'
Lat Saturday an employer of the
North Missouri R. R. was killed at
Leavenworth, as follows : He was sit
ting under a freight car, at work repair
tug the car, with ihe brake set to pre
vent the car running down the grade.
Some one. wiih murder in his heart,
probably, let off the brake, and before
the man beneath could get out he wa
caught by the cross b am and crushed so
that he died a hort time afterwards.
The Nebraska City Times has an arti
cle of a half column in length enumerat
ing the things, in a commercial poiut of
view, that Nebraska City chums. It
could wind up the article by enumerat
ing all the things she hu in this line in a
half dozen words.
Mr. John C. Hallager has received a
commission as Notary Public in and fjr
this county. He is thre only ueriuau
DnIeaniLVew York llrapt rs and Jlowrrs
Tho nniv Rniiahia Sslf-Rkr offered in any Market.!
AUothb Bircsail TI rather, ar.dihe Eiff Jo Put Thra-.Ler.
In need of a first-class Rsapsr and Jower had
Cor. Main a d Sixth Sts.,
Grain continues to flow into the city
fioiu the surrounding country at a ra;ia
i ate considering the bu-y season.
Will the Citv Iad- accept our prono-
8:tion to I'U Mi h thfir oomgs in tue
Ilmain fife of cost? The lOlimon
people would like to know what tliey
Strangers who come here and look
witu wonuer at uie va.-i muimucuw
wheat an 1 corn from this lace must bear
in mind that this is the great dept for
the entire South Platte country. Not
only the product of our own county is
shipped fiora Plattsuiouth, but all the
grain that i. purcha-ed by dealers at ne
bra.-ka Citv and other landings on the
river is brought here for shipment.
The rise in the river has enabled the
.1 I." L 1 I
owners ot me ran wiuea ua uccn nee
ded to a sand bar above town to start
down stream with their possessions. The
Stoves, Tin, Hardware & Farming Tools ;
MANUFACTURER OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
Roofing, Guttering, Spouting and Repairing done.
am SrJHiifr Fir t-C lass Goods anil Guaranty Not to b
Umhrsold, as 1 am Byi2 of Firt ilnuls.
A No. 1 Plows and Cultivators, closing out at Cost. Remember the place
Uain St. JYcxt to Citu Hotels
A. T. LUCAS. H- liCF.I.lNtilM
A.T- LUC Aft & CO-,
Crockery, French China;
Lamps, and Lamp Gcodp,
CHANDELIERS. Ct'Tl.KRY. SlLVli
TLAT1.D WARK, LOnKIXtl ;L.:;r..
FANCY GOODS. TOYS, .
H1S. fT."T7Tl.lt. T. I.IUSX. J. 1. CI.
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Mold and Silver CeSsi;
and ol2scs focic.H.
Disftn drawn on a'.l r-art!(.f tbc V'tVr t -.'a
and liurope. Urpo.-'ita receive.!, unit t,.- . .-! at
iculiuu given to cotiociiuns-
Nutaiy in the county, and wdi find pk nlx concern was div.ded, one part was started
$30 LUMBER !
. S30 LUMBER
UJ ,urfu.ced cird. fold for thirty dollars per
t'ueuiftud at tha
CHICAGO LUMBER YARD,
And everything he In proportion.
Ccuio and see Lumbar sold Cheap
C. W. L.YHAII & CO.
Lounges, Table?, Safer
Of nil descriptions and at all prioe.
1JUI HH v tv'-'
Of aJl kinds and sizes, which we warrant the Vest in the market.
Are exclusive Age its in this connty for thf a1e of
of business among his country men.
The river has been coming up for a
day or two.
The Omaha RepuLllcmt now charge-
for ail announcements of lectures, bail
festivals, parties, excursions, suppers,
secret society meetings etc., it the rate
of twenty cents per line.
D. W. Hitchcock, the General West
ern Passenger Agent of the 15. & M.
U. U. has been appointed General A't
.f the road for the Pacific slope, with
ast evening and the other to day.
The Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter
of Ma-on have finished their labors nn.
the delegates all left frr their variou
homes this morning.
Mr. T. W. Evan. Acting Cashier of
footle, Uarina & (.'lark's Ranking Ilou-e.
has corn out m tassel. 1 ne corn iooks
vellow and short, but he planted both
ihe vellow and sshoit kind, which ac-
onnts for it
From Saturd-iv'i Daily
Several car loads of lumber came up
Lumber! Lumber! Lumber!
The Umtersigned Want
To Taka Lumbar from thsir Yard at the folio-tfinrj Prices:
from $2S to $32 per thousand ft.
. a r..lK..l PornVmntinn r 1 headquarters at San Franci.-co.
ICWUri V.'t iijKitu w. ....... ..... vw... track is now completed to bv boat la-t Wednes.lay, and is now be-
itr. 1 T1..lr Ct.nro within aUmt thirteen miles of Lincoln, tog hipped to Lincoln by rail from tin
Oire us a call we will not be undersold Main street, nest door ea.t of the Masonic Block.
1'LATTH vlOUTH. N KUKASKA
Common Kumrjcr from?3tof53
t,hmi CS "auJ other Lumber, Doors, Sash, &c , in proportion.
ATTENTION FAl'ffiERS ! !
If you trant to bxy an A ffo 1.
REAPER and MOV EH
At tho SEW YORK STOUE an.! .m-Iv.c
their Jtuc Lifrovcd
Cayuga Chiof Rearor & Mow or
j: or LKT) I
Ai their large stock of BREAKING AND
all' IJ ULE i'lowy. n !iiwj 1.
eorge M. Hull I
v. Order of Sale.
John K. Kinsr. )
otiie i.-, heretiy (civen that I wil! offer ioriMt
it i) u olio uui-tion. lit ttie south IroLt uuor .i ido
Lourt llouBc, in 1'lattemouth, Cik count, on
he iotli d .y of July. A. V. 1H70. at two o'clock
i. ui. 01 sai l day, the lolloping re.il esmie, to
The west half of the souttet quarter and
he -ast li.ili 01 the southwest quurt rot secti- it
'o. thirty-four, t'-wnship No. twelve. ri:.rfj
No. eleven eiut of the six jririciiui lu :iiin.
ass eouniy, ebrak.i.
siold by i-irtu uu i authority of an Or 'er of
:ile. i eueU in the rhovh entitled cmif", ty tco
'krk of the lislriet Court of C.-iss count;-, f n.l
o uie directed, ur. ijlu-rnl of said cou:. y.
Given uador my hau l this 22 day of June,
V D. lso. J. W. JmiNHON .-".Le!
V'illett Potteneer. Ca.su county, iNbO.
Atty. tor Plff.
W.M- G. IilBBARD. F. F SPInCS!;
lis ! J9aterman & Son.
I CHALLENGE THE WORLD.
HAMBURGER ASMD BERLJftlER.
:. i...i tKn mt nf aJionL . itv Tt i. fur Mr. Selvers. contractor
aim m ius ' - i - - - . . . . , . . . - irxTTtT
three-fourths of a mile a day. for the erection of the State University. p , pr, pv fiTTV AG1UC U LI U KAL 11 VJ V JlL.
V nndi-rstand the li. II. Uo. con inewew-( oi me "
temulate running three trains to Lincoln :a;ns which have recently raileu in tnat
on the Fourth one starting at 7 o clock vie nity nave iu..ureu goou uac
a. m.. and tlw others at the uMial time, .-orn crops.
Due notice will be given through the Mr. S. G. Cu tis, of the great dry
columus of the Herald. goods house of John V. Faryell & Co.,
Tho following officers of the Grand of Chicago, has been in our city for seye-
Lodge of Masons were elected in thi--
VH0LE3ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS,
Croceries, Carpets, Boats and Shoes,
Under the Brooits House,
iUin t-eet, Pjatt-mouth. ebrAska.
tSTThe Highest I'rice Paid for Country Produce, Hides, Wool &c.a
(Successor to W4iilc & Huttery)
WHOLESALB and RETAIL
IR, TJ C3- GI ST
Of all sices.
Ready made, and sold cheap for cash.
WLh many thanks for past patronag-e, 1 inTit.
all t-. call aud examine my large stock ot i ami
tare and Coflins. lianJXit.
U now receiving and has on hand (at the old stand of White & Buttery)
Soutli side Main St., Plattsmouth
The Largest and slost Comotete
w - ... i .... ;-f x.f.riiiM iriamr- fancv and loiiei.
i .ui Luei it. &iit laiKO imicij - v. . ---- - - :
Wesp9 Water, fieb.
i!AR t TARE.
IIAi, CAPS BOOTS.
Slices. NOTIONS, ic
ny e A.rp cottoxwooo lumber,
SIll-SLfcS AND LATH
VfS. nv - G'bl-3 Sewing Machine,
-' - is undjcbtcdly the best Machine now in
Articles. Essences, t lavoring Ex.acta.
McLain's Baker'. Wi: r"
Airs. U in.-lo
Xr'? FOR YOO'VG MKX. on the de-
a x-euxfi'.l H...ue. iiau ine propriety or uuiin.-
? . . f ils.irl- with auit-7 L-;l
(.. l a. junldfctr i
. Jayn 's Avers'. Halls. Scoville'sCoe's. ChristieV Moire'. McLaii
Vi.nUl i. W asenel iV. Uiiy Sc-ol V. I'errv D ivis . K .!iuk s I etiit .
lr Wincheii'a. ilosf-ltei c Il.ake s. V ai'.aee s. ess. s,
all ouicnt lu geDerai use.
m m t- ' I Iftll.' I,!
5 wines ana n.sis.
Of the beat grades and qualities, strictly for Medical purpasea.
Red or It of e. Green. Hlue and Black. Analine. Tndio. Mul ler. Extract Logwood. Iye Woods,
In fact eveO thiiiK that is needed in the ilrug or Mediciue Line.
f hyscians' Prescript ons carsfuy corR?Dun;!ed and put up
at all hou s. All Drugs warranted fresh aid pure Ca!!
b&fore buying, and se3 what I have to sell.
h'tatioiiioait, jNia.ci i4, iiO. w
U tm m
city this morning :
Bro. II. P. Duel, Ct. M.
" W. K. Hill, Deputy O. M.
" Cogswell. G. S. W.
D. Wilfcin-on, G. J. W.
V Dr. Graff, G. Treas.
" IL W. Furnas, G. Sec.
Col Doane, Chief Engineer of th B
X- M 11. K. in Nebraska, arrived tron.
St. Tiocis this mornin?, where he ha
t-een on hu-iness.
This nortion of tho footstool was vi i
ted by a-fine howcr to-d;iJ'.
T. B. Glenn, of the firm of Doom.
Glenn & Co., of A -Wand. ha3 heeti i
the city for a day or two. lie h f f
home this iiifirn!nsr.
O'Connor's circa tent was crowd, d t
its utuio.-t capacity yesterday and !a
evening. Another fair but frail creature (and
not so very fair, either), wa brought up
"lefore P.ccorder Cooper, thi-uiorning.
-m a i harge of drunkenness and o!n;
Vinjru iire. Mie was stnt to the iook-u;
l . r'oUr off. ' Shortly after an enterpris
injr (?) young gon. was discovered with
her carpet. sack skulking about in the
-uburlw ot town. He, was brought up
to give an account of his doinr, when it
was ascertained that lie was ; a'Jr.p
prepa:a:ious to elope with the fair dam
sel as soon as she was so'oer enouti to
wa'kaline. He wa allowed to depart
wiihiut the you lily's wardrobe, and
it wi-" -troiifily intiunted to hitii that it
would be inihea'tby for hia to be f mod
in vhi lovalitv afrer twenty four hours
From J'ridi'J tilu
Seven loy thieve are under arrest at
'(aha for s.ej.iu,; tboney fioui irtore
'i'here was one cae of sun stroke mar
Omaha la-1 Tue.lay.
The Poaicroy Lund Grab in Nebra-Va
b is been gciiera.ly deu-iunccd, not only"
i i Nebraska, but all over the country.
Vallerj"" A, I!n?r have added another
lirge roof to iheir Ag; L-ultural Impie-
uient Hou-e. The trade requires it.
The Third rtreet cut is completed, and
t-ams are now passing through to the
Bouth side of town. 1
ltud Cloud and his associates on th
trip to the Great Father received seven
teen fine Amcrcan hor.-ses be'ore lenving
for their homes. These horea will ena
Lie theui to escape fom the soldiers,
rroltwblv. if th-y should be closely pur-
I sued at any time-
aldaya past, and will remain m thi.
part of the country for several weks.
lie is making a reconnoisance with a
view to investing in Plattsmouth property
and probably in lands in thi part of the
M. F. Lamater, Esq , Deputy U. S.
Int. Pievenue Cob, came down from
Omaha t. -day He will leave for down
he river this evening.
IV-ter Beaver, Esq., is removing hU
aw mill from the Platte bottom to ti e i',:-,,, 7 The rule, isvmhr perf.ct control of the rtri'er, aud large or sma'l prav
hardware & T.rjplate,
32 & 94 Michigan Ave
M. TEN EiCK be Is
T PT "TO O II A. M: T3 T O JN
fWhctelv's Patent) Reapers and Mowers.' Self itakers, Hand Makers, V
pers and Sineer Mowers. ... , , , .
THE MAKE AND REEL nr combined together, 11 the Heads actinc :
thnncr a-m i n rat4. Eithrfr hea l tnav be nri'U to act as a rake wu-
'A'flptu-nsr Warer. near its mouth. He
. - --f-f i
ua-cleaned out all the saw timber with n
each of the old site, and has removed
o a better locality.
The recent fi e in Constantinople de
rioved some 7,000 buildings and about
I 30.OUO.000 of property were destroyed.
I hat would make a big hole in Piath-
, t. ; 1 ... 1
inoutn. it is saia to nuc umu
greatest lire ever known.
Tho5 gentlemen who f-o kindly volur
eered U asist in getting our" new Gor
len Jobber into the IIeralp office yes
eday, have our sincere thanks. May
.hey ever find others as ready to asei-t
in m when they are in need.
The bill making appropriation-forsur-
veys of public land ha passed Congress,
appropriating $4o2.000. The amount to
' e expemled ly surveyor General .Liv
ingston, of this di-tric.', will probably be
il ous $60,000.
Ued O ik Junction is to become a mon-
v ouler ffiee on the 1st of JuV- Th
Pcei-1 -yerians of that beautiful and fl.iur
i h'ng little city are building a $4, 000
D. F. DifTen'-acker's men are here
r a l' to boreho-es in the ground forev-
e-y' o ly who w:int fir:t-c-i wells, j p;vot CvVnder,
i i... i iU .n l- a ,.tr ho to r.ikt si ii Ti--i.-i t n-a iv. aenveiii.
i gravel at everv revo'ution of the rel. The Champion is the Lnh"t Urnvqi.
.best made most convenient and durable Machine of tha Reaper and Mower trio.
1 tfoB to thefact that this U the C:i
jS&f&-gSggg& -"nte by whi-h time may be P.ivr.d in reehi,r
iZZtzZ:'--& ny pointin ihe tastern or Middle Suite, u ny
'Stw&e, ruiLtully be sail that it m;cMWthe bt r?..lr.
Hie i?u 1 1 i r. U ii & ?2 Um t
River Rail Ron d,
In connection with the
Jhicaff, Burlington tt Quincy R. E.
tffcr to the jeple of Platfououtli, and all tba
.ortioti ol eoraka lyinc
SOUTH OF THE PLATTE.
he ni't dreot. ar.d the ht Routt- ic f'- e Ea
in, South EaMo'rn, and N'rtierr. Si;m.
l"a."eners dei. ir.K to travel i.uxurix j '$ i. " u' i
ike the Atlantic Laiprew". Hh;-h r-!i.- "..i- i.
o Chii-auo without eh-. ns fm". fc.jirj., ct.
th eietj-'ft Coaehes. l uliuiua aoe
l)jy and .Sleepiutc Coaches, and
M. TEN EICK SELLS
The Lightest f-lowcr in Use-
" IB. TEN EiCK SELLS'
oosaiing to the r-u.-sene' r
'teeff, Safety antl Comfort
ntrT i J.OW , T ("i1rt !T, Bag
gajecheaked through to any rioint Ei t.
rj. rttiMs, ven. nrt.
A. E.TOUZALIX, Gen. Pah!ienii- ' -
U-thtWe TTiteh Oirin?. Two Fans Revo'vine and Vibrating Shoe Rake.
S SfWe Self Oi'inr and Noiseless Shaker rods. Safety Couplings ana
They have the celebrated Heath's Pat
ent Bore- and Pto-pecting au?ur. Per-
on- wanting well-", or desiring informs
tien in reeard to them, crin find "liffs '
agent at Fo-gy's Boarding House, op
Wiu. R. Moor?. E-q., a member-of
the Boaid of Suporri.-ors of Pes Moines
county, Iow.-u lias been in orr city for
some days vi-iling bis brother, J. P.
Moore, oi.ptffi -ientfounfy commissioner.
They iki Ii left for Burlington this mom
bur. Mr. .M. ion: expresses 1-im-elfn.u h
plea-ed with our county. He ha?. vi-it d
'ieve al co:iai-H in our State, and ba.
had a fair opportunity of judging.
-Hie B ownville AJrertZser pays th-
crop prospect in that lacality i good, at
lea-.t within fifteen or twenty mihs of th.
river. O-i'the Nemaha bottom the corn
ia nearly two feet high.
These improvements hrlnng exclusively to the Mawlon i nrener.
Mso rurst it nraaiey s ra ay i.-., -rmers
look to vonr inpwt. examine and buy the best machinery.
WV' - - - 9 p. M J
Main St., 3d Door West ot the LJroofcs H0O5e.
outh Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY NEBHASKA
It Chilson. four miles north-esrtof Weepin.
"' t r. on the head of Cedarcreek. will herd cat
le uurinp he eouiirg- eeaoi at fairry rtatt e
head pe n.onh for th season, and IurnL-a sa.t
All caitle mut be diBtiuco biu.u ii he f
sot be responsible for loavee. aotril
Snyder k Orr are ready to taae ordenj
Hrtakiug Prairie. For term, ni-ply tu Jol
Snyuer. on the tarm on Eight Mile c; : or.
H. X. Orr. Plattsmouth. They are preprfrei t
take contracts tor any number of acres. I'arte
deniriiiK breakinK done, wiii do well to niik.
mtwt eearly. ini.ULt,
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