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LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
liF ill. I;F..-iCKl;'TIOS'S AN'D AT ALL PRICES,
Metalic Burial Cases,
OF ALL SIZES.
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Caah.
WITH inany thank for past patronage. I
vjteull to call and examuiv my lrga stock
o: 1 urniturc and Cffius.
n e ,i.T,i!.ni r r charter oak. chal-
',:;N'.;i 1 KV EX I X; ST A ll Cloves has grown
) r;ii i i'.y .t Lite that wr have ii"t tilled orders.
1 -r t : 1 1 f I " ;s de.-ii -able : b:it having now
'r.rr'l t he -t:in-c ol .iii.-trur StoVe 1' oundry.
shall In reul'tcr online, nearly the entire
rce ' I iirHii establihiinif lit to the produc
: of th Stoves above named and hope to
i all or 1. rs. without delay.
We w.-mld call the attention of those about
; .reha-itv. to tho SI tVKSS and POPL'
.ARITY ..! nil of 1 IIESE Sl'uVES. Xo better
. i-i ! i i-t- of their iiitriti-te merit e:in he offered
; a -t :it-tn iit of the fact, that after 1 yearn
a rid br ins silt it ! to severe tests ill nil kinds.
I l.n-dit ies, and to the most hitter mid detor
,!!,. 1 o p ii -itioii that eonld he invented, that
n-y aieto-itay.the MO.s'L pi H'L LA R STOVES
.1 t he market, an 1 have given sii.-h universal
..:.-faet i..n Til AT TMi: DEMAND IS
!l EATER Til AX EVER,
ltvoii wan; THE REST COOKING STOVE
f.'R WOoD. buy the CHARTER OAK.
Ifv.ii wmtTHE BEST COOKING STOVE
i ilOAL. buy the CHALLENGE.
Km iv:r THE NEATEST AND BEST
EL l-RLR STOVE ever made,
. .r. ;he EVENING STAR.
ivxcclsior Manufaturing Co.,
CI2 end 614 North Main Street,
3T. LOUIS, 3VEO.,
E. T. DUKE & CO.,
1 ill nil e I
id I:. -him
. i t
: :-r t ' i
.i : r y .
i.f . i r
'ilt remedy ha never failed (not
ae' to enre the very worst eases d
.r lilea.iiiiir idle. Thwcwhii arc
I I in. media:. 1 en II on t heir druirir-
War it j Pile Ueuie.ly. It is cx-
Pile-1, and is n-ir ree.-onniiciid. A
;iier disease. It has cured many
thirty years standing. Price One
-ale l.v driiTiri-t-1 eveovwhere.
12 ffi p eps ia
a ; ner s I -I'i I'li loine is prepare i e.-
! t..r Dy .-peptic. find those PtiQcrins with
; ! ii.il ('..-tiv eiie-s. It is a si i-h t st im u lat ing
.ii :.tid n splendid uppetizer; it strencthciis
... -toinaeh and restoie-i the digestive orifans
tiodr he;;lt!iy state. Weak, nervous and dys
; ti.-j."r-.ns -hould use Warner's Dysrep.-ia,
V r -al 1-v drigci"t. rice Ore Dollar.
g'GlVfIi ft9o JTIore.
'' .rrici '-t-o.i:.'!i UaRim iihealinr. aoftenict
: i e. t..r.it nip. The extraoruii arr power it
- -. s in immediately roleiviaji. : !i 1 nventu
v .-ai-iiiii. ih.? in. st obstinate case- i f -?oush?,
!-. S..ie Throat. Ilon.-hitis, I nliuon.a. Ca
.r !. ir-. in 'S-. A -thin it and Consumption is
; I. .-i i:i. ii diole. So prompt is the relief and
. Mill ii-ctVeef-in all the above cafee. or any
;"."ciioti of the t!ir.at and luriRs. that thousands
l by-i.-ia: s nr.' daily prescribing it, and one
i IM - iv that it is the most healing and e.-'-o:
af ir.ir rnedii ine known. One dose always
: .1 relief, an 1 in most ease one bottle ef
r. i .o-re. S -i i by drii!rg:.t, in largo bottles,
h-.r loii..r. It is your own fault if you
i! ii. i.li and s.i.rcr. The Hal m 'vill enre.
ciitc or IjiFe.
i 'i i:r ai idood Pnrilit r un l i'elirious Drink
:!.;. !' V'uu'ii ViT;e. or W ine of Life, i." free
ifi any j oi. ..nous drills or impurities, being
: ';.i:c.l lor those who retire a stimulant. It is
i:d:d iippetiier ami tonic, and the finest
.:ri' in the world forpuriryins the blood. It is
ta-.-t pleasant and dediciou article ever of-
1 to the pui.lie. far .superior to brandy,
'. i-1- . . w ine, bitters, or any other article. It is
7.- lo aJil.y, and cheaper. J'.oth male and fe-.!,-.
y. en- or old. can take ihe Wine of Life.
1-. i.i fa.-t. a life preserver, Thoe who wish
.ij".v jii.i l health imil a free flow of lively
.i w ill do well to take the Wine of Life,
l- uitl'iTcnt from n:i thine ever before in use.
i: -old by druKi'ts : also at all respectable sa-
j.-. Price One Io1lar, in (juart bottles.
J. M. HIXCHM.IN. Jc CO.
1VHITI2, SP1KES& DAE1V
" c. bought tec entire stockof llainhnrcer &
i.i .i .ner,
0 te J) or Jlttt of the Brooks Jloiisr,
..r. 1 wri;i cil thcirslock of
ATS,GAPS, BOOTS, SHOES
CARPETS & NOTION ,
AT EASTERN PRICES,
Toll THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
o rn ike room fr their Fall Stock. We have
' i.-t received a larire and well selected stock of
1 t;i-y and Staple Uoocerie", .
BAGOM, HAMS, LARD
T h hlfrhcst price rail, fin Icah or trade for
Com and al.s.
A'l KouJj purchased at this establishment
To Am, Part of TJte City.
White, Spires & Drew.
i'ATi EX UP By the Fnbseriber. in If,!:i3viIlo
Precinct, on October 5th, ls7i. one yearling
Vu"l. dark red color.
''r'l WM. II. TIIOMAS.
7. ai as-Nt
(Successor to Wliitc & ISitttcry)
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
IDIR, TJ C3- C3r X S rJ? ,
Is now receiving and Las on band (at the old stand of White Sc Buttery)
South side EEain St., Piatt smouth,
The Largest and Tvlost Gomo.ete
Stock of Druirs, Medicines. Taints. Chemieals. Lead, Varnishes. Coal Oil. Fish Oil. Machine Oil
Gargling Oil, Castor Oil. Neat-foot Oil. Whale Oil. Hinseed Oil. Lard Oil, Oil. Essential
Cod Liver Oil, and a large variety f Notions. Perfumery. Fancy and Toilet
Articles, E.-senccs. Flavoring Extracts. Alio, all the I'opular
Sueh n Jayne'?. Aycrs', HalW. Seoville'tCoe's. Christie's. Morse's, McLain's, Baker's, Wind
Wright's, Wakefield's, tiny Scott's, l'erry Davis', Iloback's Betitt's. Mrs. Winslow'a.
Dr. WinchcllV, llostetterV. Drake's, Wallace's, West's,
all others in general use.
Brandies, Wines and Whiskies,
Of the best grades and qualities, strictly for Medical purposes.
BOMB STIC BYES,
RedorRosc.tireen. Blue and Black, Analine, Indigo, Madder. Extract Logwood, Iye Woods, Ac.
In fact everything that is needed in the Drug or Medicine Line.
Thysicians' Prescriptions carefui'y compounded and put up
at ail hours. All Drugs warranted fresh and pure. Caii
before buying, and see what I have to sell.
A. W. PROLE.
tamouth, March 21. wtf.
We have the niopt attractive Sto-k of
Dry tioods. Notions. Hoots, Shoes.
II it t Caps and (Jroeerics ever brought
to this city. Call and pee us.
CLARK PLUM MER.
D0M. BRO. i CO. are seKir.g for cash:
Syrup, V p.;l
Coal Oil. "
Dry Gooih at Cost,
Notions at Cost!
THE OLD RELIABLE
Heaviest Stock of Goods in the West !
No Rent and no Interest on Borrowed Capital to be Hade
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN THE CITY.
jEEL GK ID
North side of Main Street, between Second
that he has the largest
Dry Goods, Croceriss,
NOTIO ILSTS &C, &C5
ever broght to the city of Plattsmonth.
lie would say thut he can fill orders as cheap as any house west of Chicago. Ho buys
Direct jpram liSanutacturers,
and hos no middlemen's rroflis to add to his goo.l.s. He docs business Ton OWN CAPITAL
investinTnt in theIway0"f eqUCLtIy b 'T hia customers the prices of rents and iut'eresCon
En W jPR2CE3S!
GAIiIm aeib hxamime goods,
11 -1" izvsAvsris, SJuS.ttiv.ts!i',-j5? k3
1 ns for Sl.'TO
Shoes at Cost,
O "V IE 3T
and Third, takes pleasure in announcing
and best selected stock of
A Royal Order.
Berlin, November 2.
The following royal order of the day
i3 published this morning :J
Soldiers of the Confederate armies:
When, three months since, we took the
field, I said God would be with our just
cause. That the confidence has been
fully realized, witness "Woertb, Saar
bruck, Metz, Sedan, Beaumont, Stras
bourg each a victory for our arms. To
you belong the merit 4 and the glory;
ywi have maintained all the virtues
which especially distinguish soldiers.
With Metz, the l;t.-t army of the enemy
is destroyed. I take this opportunity to
thank you all, from the general to the
soldier. Whatever the " future, I look
forward to it calmly, because I know
that with such soldiers victory cannot
fail. Signed, WlLI.IAM.
Berlin, November 3.
The bombardment of New Breisach is
carried on by three batteries near Bie
scheitn and and Wolf Ganger. Fort
Montry is assailed by three batteries near
Torus, Nov. 2.
The Government is in receipt of ad
vices from Paris to October 2Sth. The
Prussians had resumed, in force, some
positions they hud previously abandoned.
From others they had been dislodged
after hard fighting, and the Parisians
held these points and were fortifying
them. The principal cannon foundry of
the cit-, which is capable of turning out
ten guns per day, had completed iron
clad locomotives armed with heavy ord
nunce. The same establishment was
busily employed in the manufacture of
chassep'jts and light artillerv. The Na
tional Guard had received 36 new Held
Addresses to the Government de
manding an energetic prosecution of the
war continue to pour in from all parts of
the eountrj'. At Marseilles the Mayor
gave in his resignation in order to be
free to enlist in the ranks, and he de
clares women may well call cowards now
able bodied men who do not join the
Advfecs from Paris state that such a
formidable system of defrnce by barri
cades has been arranged that it will be
iir possible to take Paris by assault.
Cable to the New York World.
London, November 0.
A Paris correspondent writing on the
27th saj'S that, after the departure of
the Americans, the exodus of the Kng
lish will take place, together with the
remainder of the British embassy. The
English staying here will be under the
protection of the American Minister.
About 300 English avail themselves of
the permission to depart, food becoming
scarce and dearer daily. At the horse
marke t yesterday TOO were sold lor culi
nary purposes. There had been a pre
vious sale. They all passed examina
tions as to fitness for food. Donkeys and
mules were also bought for cooking pur
poses, the former being in great request
on account of the resemblance of the
flavor to veal .
A correspondent of the World was the
first civilian allowed to enter Metz after
the capitulation. lie found txo Ameri
cans who had been there timing the
whole siege, Charles M. Eustiee, of Bos
ton, and Dr. Baylan, of New Haven.
The latter belonged to the American am
bulance corps. The citizens universally
condemn the capitulation and conduct of
the defense. There was positively no
starvation and very little suffering, Th-
city was full of all descriptions of pro
visions and prices were moderate. On
the walls and in public places the in
habitants have written, "Bazaine et cof
fineres deux traitres et deux laches."
The forts in and around Metz were amply
provi.-ioned until March next.
Bisiiiark is unwilling to let the war
continue into winter, and fears popular
outbreaks every where.
News from Italy is to the same effect.
The following are the exact words of
Garibaldi's orders of the day alluding to
America ; " President G rant, by lifting
his little finger, might have sent Prim's
soldiers in Cuba back toMidrid, but he
allows the murder of the entire popula
tion of Cuba, who are a part of Washing
ton's great family. IIo barely permits
the great Bepublic to fling a word of
sympathy to the brave descendants of
Jjafayette, but France has risen as one
man and will make the old autocrat re
pent having sought this butchery."
A dispatch from Brussells states, that
liefore leaving Metz, Bazaine took out
of the army treasury his salary as Mar
shal and Senator.
The armistice has been concluded.
The conditions are as follows : Its du
ration will be 2." days; the inhabitants
will be at liberty to bring in food during
Versailles, November ?,.
In consequence of the terms prrposed
yesterday by Thiers and accepted to-dny
by Bismarck, the latter offers to the
French an armi.-tico of 2 days to allow
general elections to be held throuchout
France. The armistice to be ba.el on
the milliary status in quo existing on the
day of signature.
BitcssFi.s. November 3.
The independe ice Beige says we daily
recive visits from escaped ollieers of Ba
zaine's army. Their testimony is con
clusive as to the treachery of their com
mander. The municipal officers of Metz
have issued an address to the inhabitants
exhorting them to patience under mis
fortunes for which they are not responsi
ble. The country and history will ex
honerate the people cf Metz from any
share in ignominy of her commanders.
London, November 3.
Garibaldi, in an order of the day, re
proaches the republics for tbeir iailurt
to act for mutual defense. Referring to
the United States, he says one of Wash
ington's greatest family barely permits
the Bepublic to fling a word of sympa
thy to the brave descendants of Lafay
ette. He-makes a fervent appeal to
America to aid her sister nation in her
struggle for liberty.
London, November o.
The election in Paris on the question
of the maintainance of the powers of
government and national defense, has
resulted in an overwhelming maioritv
in favor of the government. The re
turns of the city are almost complete,
with the exception of three arrondisse
ments. The result isasfollowsinround
numbers: Ayes, 441,000; noes, 49,000;
majority, 343,000. Perfect tranquility
exists in Paris. According to late ad
vices there has been no military move
ments whatever since last Sunday.
Count De Chambord is reported to
have arrived in France incognito, and is
now near the Bhenish frontier.
There is increasing bitterness here at
slights of Bismarck, as shown in his firm
language to the English, as contrasted
with his course to Americans and Prus
sians. A special dispatch from Versailles,
dated JO p. m., Nov. 4th, says the pro
visional Government seem to be playing
a double game. They officially assured
the citizens that the government would
consent to no peace involving cessation
of territory, but Theirs assured Dis
j marck that every
member of the gov-
ernment w?s convinced that the consti
tutional assembly would make peace on
basis of surrender of the Rhine provinces,
and payment of indemnity, and that
they would not oppose such settlement.
Beiilin. November 5.
The General commanding at Metz
made the following report :
By the capitulation of. Bazaine S3
eagies,541 field guns, ammunition for
more than 8j batteries, 800 siege guns,
GO mitrailleuses, 400,000 rifles and
sabres, 2,000 military carriages, a powder
factory, etc., fell into the hands of the
A correspondent at Paris, writing on
the 2'Jth says :
Yesterday my butcher gave me notice
that he could give me no more meat. I
went to the ward office and got a ticket
authorizing the municipal butcher to give
me one-fifth of a pound. I sent my
servant for the meat at 8 a. m., and he
returned at 2 p. in., having been com
pelled to wait six hours at tlie ward office
to get the order filled.
Gustave Flourens has two of the Em
peror's horses, which were in the stables.
All is quiet 4n Paris. Napoleon has ap
pointed an agent to pay bis tradesmen's
bill-'. Placards are on all the walls, call
ing upon all his creditors to attend a sale
of the effects of Napoleon and Eugenie
two months after the siege is over. The
Provisional Government refuses to deliv
er to the Empress her cashmere shawls
The balloon factory turns out one a
day. Silk is now too expensive, and they
are made of cotton.
Many Parisian actors serve in gardes
mobile at St. Denis, where niehtly con
certs at the maximum rate of admission
Horse flesh, surloin and rump, are sold
at eighteen cents, and all other parts at
eight cents. There are still 42,O00 eat
al io horses left. The catacombs have
given six months' supply of saltpeter.
The cellars and one vault of the Pantheon
have been stored with powder.
A World special, dated London 5th,
In various engagements, from the 20th
of October to the present time, the
French troops displayed increasing valor,
and good discipline. The Prussian losses
f rom that date amount to 2,S10 nien,
killed, wounded and prisoners. Your
correspondent, writintr from Garibaldi's
headquarters, dated 30th, says: On my
way hi:her I saw Mazziui at Leghorn.
He was as resolute a ever, but has grown
whie an 1 worn. He could not bear to
speak of Rome. lie said : "I am proud
that Italians offer their services and lives
for republican principles in France.
Could they have thought they might
have saved Italy and helped France.
More efficiently an Italian Republic was
possible. Three months ago Garibaldi
could have done it with me if he had
dared, or without me if he did notchoose
to work with tue when I was in prison.
Should the war last, should France tri
umph, Garibaldi will be remembered."
New York. 5.
U. S. District Attorney Davis issued
to-day his final instructions to the feder
al supervisors of each election district.
He informs them that while they have
no power to arrest, it is their duty to call
the attention of a deputy Marshal when
ever they suspect a crime is about to be
committed; it is their duty to be present
during the canvass, and notice any vio
lation of See. 22, of the act of Congress
of May 1870; to call upon Deputv Mar
shals to protect them in the discharge
of their duty; they may affix to each cer
tiffcate any statement as to its fairness
they may desire to make: they must not
be deterred from the pcrforuaauce of
their duty by threats or insult, as they
are intitled to the amplest support, aid
and protection from the U. S. authori
ties, and which will be accorded them.
Tours, November 4.
The announcement of the conclusion
of the armistice at Paris has been offi
cially made here. -
Berlin, November 4.
The North German Gazette to-day
says that before thecnpN ulation of Metz
Bazaine ordered his men not to destroy
or throw away their arms and accoutre
ments, because if they were surrendered
to the Prussians they would be restored
at the close of the war, with all the for
tresses, etc. This the Gazette, a semi
official organ, pronounces a deception
and an unwarranted statement.
London, Nov. 4.
The Cabinet, while in extraordinary
session to-dav, received a dispatch an
nouncing the acceptance by Trochu of
the arm 1st les on the termes proposed uy
The armistice commenced on the 4th
of November and ends on the 28th
The decree ordering the election will
be issued to. morrow,
The constituent assembly is invoked to
meet on the loth inst
Mark Twain pays the following just
tribute to lovely woman
Human intelligence cannot estimate
what we owe to woman, sir. She sews
on our buttons. She ropes us in at the
church fairs ; she confides in us ; she
tells us whatever she can find out about
the little private affairs of the neighbors:
she gives us good advice, and plenty of
it ; sne gives us a piece ot ner minu,
sometimes, and sometimes allot it. In
all the relations of life, sir, it is but a
just and grateful tribute to say of her
that she is a brick.
She is an ornament to society and a
treasure to the world. As a sweetheart
she has few equals and no superiors.
As a wealthy grandmother, with an in
curable distemper, she is precious. As
a wet nurse, she has no equal among
men. What, sir, would the people of
the earth be without women.' I hey
would be scarce ! Then let us give her
support, our encouragement, our sym
pathy ourselves, if we ever get the
The following from an exchange is so
appropriate that we must publish it :
Last week a man stepped up to us
and said he would pay us every cent he
owed us if he lived till Saturday night.
We presume the man died. Another
said he would pay us in a day or two, as
sure as he was born ? Query did the
man lie, or was he ever born ? Another
said he would settle as sure as shooting.
We are led to the conclusion that shoot
ing is mighty uncertain. Another said
e hoped to go to the devil if he did not
pay tis in three da3s. Have not seen
him since, but we trust he has not hoped
in vain. Quite a cumber said they
would see us to-morrow. Those men
have been blind or else to morrow has
not come. One man told us six months
ago that he would pay us as soon as he
got it; he never got it.
A young man down in Bates county,
about three weeks ago, made a small
wager that he could eat a hundred
peaches. He won the bet, but died,
like any other hog. Inst week a New
York man made a t et that he could eat
50 lemons. He tried to prove it, and died
in the attempt, and Doesticks is called
to mourn the demise of another of the
D. Phool family.
An Indiana man who wanted a divorce
tried to save the lawyer's fee by per
suading his wife to kindle the fire by
pouring coal oil on it from a can. The
widower afterwards found that the dam
age to the cooking stove was more than
the fee would have been.
tints anb 23quors,
Wines, Liquors & Brandies
Best quality of. Cigars and Tobacco always on hand.
All orders promptly attended to.
MAIN STREET, OXE D00B, WEST OF THE RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE
The " SUNNY he rear of the Wholesale Roema.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
1870. 1870. 1S70.
GREAT ltUSII! LA11GE C1OTDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, are going to Z
D. SCHHASSS 8c CO,
To buy their
di3L5.7-1 ts tcr Gooclo
NEW YORK STORE-
The hest and most complete
STOCK OF ORES s GOODS
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at prertly reduced price?. We call particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON VA .S, BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous customers. A large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
aiWe Sell at Cost Now the Celebrated GARDEN CITY CLIPPER
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, and all kinds of
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES. lC
Plattsuiouth September 10;h. 1S70. tf. D. SC1INASSE i CO.
ESTABLISHED IS 1801.
tfj&Ls&ZZ DEALER IN
IVATCEIF. S, CLOCKS.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
GOLD PENS SPCTACLES.
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Watehc. Clocksand Jewelry repaired neatly
m l with dispatrh.
tf.Keiaoved to opposite Platte Valley House
Main Street. nov. 10 w tf.
FvlACKIr E SHOP !
WAYMAN & CURTIS
Repairers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Gas an.l Steam Fittinps, Wroucht Iron Pipe,
Force and Tift Pumps, Steam Gauges, alauce
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings,
furnished on short notice,
Rcpairedon short notice. aueMt
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BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST 1
It ha alway been the care of the publishers
to combine in its page? whatever is useful.,
whatever is elevating, whatever is pure, iligni
tied, and virtuous in sentiment, with whatever
may afford rational and innocent amusement.
For ita Literary Department, in past years,
THE BEST WRITERS
In the litterary world have eontrihuted. and
will continue to furnish articles fur the year
171. Sueh names as Marion Harl.md. Ino
Chnrchil, Louis S. Dorr, Metta. Victoria Victor,
S. Annie Forest. Mrs. Dennison, Mrs. C, A.
Hopkins, and others, cannot be found on the
Prospectus of any other magazine.
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HOW TO REMIT. In remitting by Mail a
Post Ofkick Order on 1 hiladelphia, orT Draft
on Philadelphia or New YorK. unimbln to thu
ordrr of .. A. Grtlu'. is perteral.Ie to brink
notes. If a draft or a Post-oiD ;e Order cannot
be procured, send United States or National
Address A. L. G0DEY,
y.E. Corner Sixth and Chettnut ,St. Philadel
Notice is hereby given that I will sell to the
highest bidder, at the farm of Law-en Sheldon,
in Avoea precinct. Cas county, ebra."ha, on
Saturday, November lth, 1370, one red and
white two year old cow and calf; crop on right
car and hole in left enr : appraise 1 t $jj.i'i.
octUwot GEO. JENNINGS. J. P.
fpAKEN UP By the subscriber, living in Or
JL eopolis J'recinct. on the Oih of October, one
gray horse, supposed to be between 8 and y
years old, has a split in right hind loot, on top o
left hip h:;s brand of figure" .
Octlowot PHILIP Kh.lllh.Ki,
-V"0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
iA co-partnership heretofore existing betneen
II. D. Fox and E. C. Fox. liae this dav been
dissolved by mutual consent. If. D, Fox assum
ing all the liabilities and collecting all the out
standing accounts due said firm.
Plattsmouth, November J, 1S70.
II. D. FOX.
nov3dlwfU E. C. FOX.
State of Nebraska, ) q.
Saunders County. -
Wm. M. McClung) Before A. E. Jenks, a J
vs. tiec of the Peace, in and
Albert Mitehcl. J said county.
'P ALBERT MITCHELL. DEFENDANT,
X non-resident. You are hereby notitied that
an anion has been conn.enced against you and
nn l 'rder of A t i.iehment been issued lor the sum
ot tt'.l. s.". and costs, not exceeding 50.(..l. before
A. E. Jenks. E-.j.. October Mh. IsVO. find that
you are required to answer on the 5th day of
Decciubci at 10 o'clock, A. M.
AVm. M. McCLUNG. By
A. Makblk. hisAtt'y. uov3t3.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership heretofore existing between
har.l Vivian and H. E Palme has this
been dissolved by mutual consent, Richard
i:i n assuming all the liabilit ies and collect
all outstanding accounts due said firm,
lattsmouth, October !ih. 1X7:1.
11 E. PALMER. nor2d'5wl
ISSAYS FOR YOUNNG MEN. on the de
XJ lights, of Home, and the propriety or impro
priety of getting Married, with sanitary help
for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial hap
piness. Sent free in sealed envelopes. Address
HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Box P. Philadel
hia. Pu. inn 1 dwly.
Osage Orange Hedge Plants
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
si fine growth, and put np in good condition
so. a general assortment of nursery stock, con
APPLE TREES SMALL FRUITS, Ac.
Address, L. A. WILLIAMS.
G en wood, !- - - ;iova,
100,000 FEET !
The undersigned has' on hand a large qantity of
wnicn HF. OFFERS AT SEASONABLE FIGURES.
on short notice,; and for any size or length of
Rafters, Studdings. Joists
of all fret- on short notice.
augl7dtf C. IIEISEL.
(Successor to R. Walthcr)
and dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES, C0LLA E3, II ALTER i
Whips, Brushes, Ac, Ac.
Repairing done substantially and with dis
patch. ive no a cnll before purchasing elsewhere.
Fourth Street, north of l'iatte Vallev House,
adjoining Matthews A Donnelly's Hardware
Rock Bluffs, Neb.
FALL TERM FOR 1 570.COM MEN CE3
Tuesday, Septembe 13,
Pupil? of eithersex will receive thorough and
systematic instruction here. Particular atten
paid to Primary scholars.
School book3 furnished free of cost to all
GOOD BOARDING CAN BE OBTAINED
AT REASONABLE RATES-
For terms and particulars address
aagliiw ita J. D. PATTERSON. Principal.
STAR MA RKET.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED A
On Main Street. Plattsmouth. where they pro
pose to keep on hand the very
BEST OF MEATS
HIGHEST TRICES PAIDIFOR
Call and see us.
aug-dAwtf. HALL AIIARDIMAN.
"Don't Bodder Korrison"
Fop He is Tco Busy Waiting
'MORRISON'S "SHOO FLY,'
One Door Ea.-t of the Court'IIouso is tho ple
to get a 11 kinds of
He has fitted up the finest Market in tho State,
and keeps nothing but tho best of
Meats. Meats delivered in any
Quantities on special
Highest Prices" Paid (for
F A T C A T T L Xj,
Don't Forget tho Dace,
Morrison's "Shoo Fly."
C. IIEISEL, Proprietor. Having recently beta
repaired and placed in thorough running order.
IiJU.OtIO Bushels of Wheat wanteil immediately
for which the highest market price will be paiJ
Mcndler & Wliceland.
ROI1WEU & SIEII.
ccp Constantly on hand the best bra. dl &
FUTOHY VILLE AIILLSr
SOUTH WEEPING WATER
XXXX At $2.50persacL
XX FL.OL'11 2.00 per IS AC ft
Bran A Sharts Tjcts. per 100 lb.
ran AS Bhorts, Extra Good. SI 00 per 10011
Corn Meal 51 23 per hundred pounds.
LOUR Exchanged for
Wheat as usual.
Wheat and Corn ground on ToiV
ecialpiini wi'l le taken to latUfy all xcho caV',-
10,000 Bushels of Wheat and
20.000 Bushels Cortf
W. E. SHELDON. Agent.
Weeping Water JlilLg
Farmers, go where you can get the beet Floury
ind the iuont of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR?
1-2 POVXDS of nnAPi;' i
liven in exchage for goodacarI
. We are alo doing griB, r- , , !, w;ta 0OT"
increased facilities feel assured that we cangiy
the bett and most flour of any in the Su.te.VaM
Produce Bought and Solfl
HICntST MABIET PAID."
Ueed & Clinton
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Gold and Silver Coin?
U.S. and other Stocks
Drafts drawn on all parts of the United St
and Europe. Deposits received, and special at
tention given to collections.
"lirE HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS
with Thomas Pollock and J. Wesley
Birncs to take charge of our Abstract Books
and carry' on our Real Estate business. They
will give their entire attention to the business
paying taxes lor non-residents.- buying and
selling Real Estate on commission, examining
tit cs. furnishing abstracts of title, and transact
ing al! business pertaining to Real Estate, and
will e found careful and reliable men in every
iu ousinfss will be carried on in onr name'
and in our olhce adjoining our Jw ofiice. Our'
Abstract will be posted up daily and will b
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