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AT TUB OFFICE OF
MAXWELL & CHAPMAN,
A Large List of Unimproved.
liaiitlM in Cass County
On Easy Tenas,
PT-SCRIBED IN TAUT AS FOLLOWS:
ection. Township, Range
1 11 11
33 12 n
33 i H
:t 12 ii
1! 12 11
4 11 11
WJ 10 u
30 10 n
30 11 1J
32 1 12
W 11 12
9 J 11
9 11 "
17 11 H
IS 10 12
H 10 12
18 10 12
21 10 12
;i io 12
30 10 12
30 10 12
5 - U 12
S 11 12
J H 12
4 a i2
io a 12
io a i!
19 a 12
la a 12
vj a 12
20 a 12
21 a 12
22 a 12
22 a ii
2 a 12
29 a 12
29 11 12
29 11 12
1 10 12
14 10 12
23 10 12
23 10 12
7 10 13
14 10 IS
15 10 l:
25 11 12
m a 12
3.'. a 12
5 a 13
25 12 10
n a a
'i 12 12
31 12 12
14 12 12
w hf s e qr
t hf ne qr
rv 'ir nc
c ir re qr
a lit -w
l -l"" n0 1T
lit lie qr
u qr se qr
hf se qr
r qr w qr
u ht sw qr
tr qrsw qr
t lit no qr
r l.t nw qr
f (if I1W qr
n qr nw qr
r qr ce qr
i hf no qr
ht nw qr
nc qr -nn
r .t nw qr
hf aw qr
elil s qr
:i w qr w qr
t lit .- qr
ne qr ne qr
w hf uh qr
n' se qr
d hf sw jr
ce nw qr
t hf -e qr
hf ne qr
t hf nw qr
hf ce qr
hf e qr
tC qr '
Improved Farms in Cass Co.,
Large and sin nil some very desirable ones and
a larte amount of
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED.
I'ir.vc rail mi u-i, and leuru particulars as to
v 1 1 ico, terms, ic.
IMKXES &, POLLOCK
HEALTH'S PATENT BOARD WELLS.
Put diiwn iti "toe county in the past IS months.
. i: l .::! Ill KLK to FIVE a week making at
PROVE THEIR SUPERIORITY.
fPXTY-XIXE of them were in the worst kind
i t tjuick-sand. t
THIKTY-ONE f thorn were made in places
w::. r,' tiie old style "Duk Wells" had dried up
lii-.t in ;.tiU-d to furnish a supply, or natui
K.y "played out."
T!m irown rcputati' j and the unanimous vcr
uict of the people I Otoe County
Attests flieir Merita.
Ar. Outfit is now in operation for the accommo
lijttoiiof Caes County, in charge of
IV ell guaranteed to furnish an ample supply
of water, or the money, refunded.
Prices and Tcri.-.
r!N bored, tubed and fitted up for throwing
water all complete and guaranteed.
One Dollar per Foot.
"u'n-k-and wells $. extra one each well. (In
tiir country hands to hi boarded while doing
. "Mp(miWe parties desiring it a note for
"'uf-ftall will be taken for part payment, at six
mun:hs, with interestat 1-percent, from date.
Part'.) -" wishing wells will please accoramodt t
by leaving th'ir orders at the Hardware Stor
f C. W. MEUK, or addressing me a line to
Very Resi ectfully
B. F. DilTenbacher.
Jly lTO.d.f wtf
Warner's Pile remedy has never failed fnot
Mn in one cue to cure the very worst oases ot
fchr.d Itchinir or llleadinic piles. Thosewho are
irii-t.-.l should immediatel call on their drug
ff't. and Krt War. er's Pile Kemedy. It is ex
presly for the Piles, and is not reeeoin mended
to euro any other disease. It has cured many
r:if (.f over thirty years standing. Price Uue
l !!:ir. Knrsnlo ly d rn Crist' fvivwliTe.
Warner's ly.-pJs1ia Tonic is prepared el"
iro--!y l.ir lyspepties and those suffering with
habitual Costiveness. It is a sliiit stimulating
n:e and a splendid appetizer: it strengthens
-ho stomach auJ restores the digestive organs
t'Jt'ieir healthy state. Weak, nervous and dys
11 tic- persons should use Warner's Iyst eisia
T "T por al bvlrrctri,ats. -'rife Ot rHr.
Warner's Coueh CaNuin is healing, softeninr
iQ'i ej eetorating. The extraordinary power it
r;"i-if-es in immediately releiving. anil eventu
ally curing, the most obstinate cases of Coughs,
-oi l, S,.re Throat, Prouchitis, Influenza. C'a
irrii. hoarseness. Asthma and Consumption is
iiuio-t incredible. io prompt is the relief and
-t-r'ain its effects in all the above caes, or any
.T-.-tion of the throat and longs, that thousands
i physicians are daily prescribing it, and one
nd all say that it is the most healing and ex-
e-torating medicine known. One dose always
it? rla relief, and in nxist cases one bottle ef-f-e:s
a cure. Bold by druggists, in large bottles.
Price One Dollar. It is your own fault if you
St.il 1 cough and suffer. The KaNm w?U rnr.
FFViic or luiVc.
Ttie great Uiood Purider ami Lfelicious DriuK"
Warner's Vinum Vitae, or Wine of Life, is free
join any poisonous drugs or impurities, being
ri-p:tred for those who reqire a stimulant. It is
l splendid appetizer and tonic, and the finest
-hing in the world forpurirying the blood. It is
the most pleasant and delicious article ever of
'erel to the public, far superior to brandy,
whwky, wine, bitters, or any other article. It is
more healthy, and cheaper. Both male and fe
Jiale, young or old, can take the Wine of Life.
It is. in fact, a life preserver. Those who wish
to enjoy good health and a free flow of lively
pirits. will do well to take the Wine of Life.
' U is different from anything ever before in use.
It is sold by druggists: also at all respectable sa
loons. Trice One Dwllar, in quart buttles.
J. M. IIIXCHMAX. Jc CO.
S.BLOOM& CO. I
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Hats j & Caps, Boots Bl Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E iC.
Mam Street, Second Door Hast oj Court House.
BRANCH HOUSE : Broadway, Council Blutfs, Iowa.
(Successor to liVliite & Kuttcry)
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Is now receiving and has on hand (at
South side Main
The Largest and Rfiost Complete
Stock of D rugs, tfedicines. Paints, Chrtnicals. Lead. Varnishes. Coal Oil. Fish Oil. Machine 011
iarclmrO l.Castr Oil. Neatsfoot il. Whale Oil. Hinseed Oil. Lard Oil. Oil. Essential
Cod Liver Oil, and a large qariiety - f Notions. Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Essence, i lavuring Kx tracts. Also, all the Popular
Such as Jayne's. Ayers', Halls, Scovillc'sCoe's, Christie's. Morse's. McLain's, Buker's. Windham
Wright's, Wakefield's. Guy Scott's. Perry Davis'. Koback's Petitt's, Mrs. Winslow'l
Dr. Winchell's, Uostetter's, Drake's. Wallace's, West's,
all others in general use.
Brandies, Wines nd Whiskies,
Of the best grades and qualities, strictly for Medical purposes.
Red or Rose. Green. Blue and Black. Analine. Indigo. Madder, Extract Logwood, Dye Woods, Jkc.
In fact everything that is needed iu the Drug or Medicine Line.
r hysicians' Prescript ons carefully compounded and put up
at all hou. s. All Drugs warranted fresh and pure. Call
before buying, and see what I have to sell.
A. W. PROLE.
tsmouth. March 21. 1ST"- wtf.
Heaviest Stock of Goods in the West I
No Rent and no Interest on Borrowed Capital to be Made
off Customers !
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN THE CITY.
ZE3- G- 3D O "V El IT
North siJe of Main Street, between Second and Third, takes i leaauro ia announcing
that he has the largest and best selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
NOTION'S &C, &C.,
ever broght to the city ef riattsasoth.
TO THE TRADE
lie would say that he can fill orders as cheap as any house west of Chicago. He buys
Direct From I&axiutactiircrs;
and ho no middlemen's profits to add to bis goods. lie does business on his own capital and
in his own buililinir. consequently be (can give his customers the prices of rents and interesCon
investment in the way of
LOW PRICES I
CALL AlffD EXAMINE GOODS;
It will cost vou nothing to look at them, whether you buy or not. By examining the pricdt
Reliable" you will be ale to teti who other parties endeavor to swindle you. jy6sef
HARD AND SOFT COAL
At Lyman's Coal tfc Lumber Yard.
Tba best kind always on band. The first hard coal ever in the market at
LYMAN'S COAL AND LUMBER YARD.
Orders left at the YARD or at Prole's DRUU STORE, promptly attended to.
C. W. Lyman & Co,
Xov. 2, ISTO.d Jtwtf
DKALKSS I.f VfrVii'
the old stand of White &. Battery)
Tours, November 10.
The Prussians evacuated Orleans yes
terday in great haste, leaving about 500
pick and wounded. The day before the
French pained a great success at .!oul
miers. The Prussians had a strongly
entrenched position, but were dislodged,
suffering heavy loss. General Pertan
retreated and the French moved forward
to Geminy, where they will occupy
strong positions until the army of the
Loire moves entirely forward.
Gen. Paladina reports to the govern
ment that the battle which occurred two
days ago at Marchinaix is more impor
tant than at first rumored. The Prus
sians left 250 killed, and over 200 pris
oners were taken. The French troops
behaved exceedingly well. One regi
ment of chasseurs kept a large Prussian
force checked until other French troops
came up, when the Prussians retreated.
The journals of Lille announce that
Gen. Bourbaki, who has not resigned,
has organized a large force.
The news from Orleans is cheering.
Advices are just received of a series of
engaeenient near there, in all of which
the French were successful. The French
were pressing toward the city, and a.s
their movements tended to surround the
enemy, the latter were obliged to evacu
ate the city, lhc Prussians lost con
siderably in killed, wounded and prison
ers. There was great difficulty in ob
taining provisions, owing to the constant
drain which has been made by the re
peated requisitions of the enemy on the
people thereabouts. The surrounding
country is entirely ruined.
Cable to the New York World.
London, November 10.
Private dispatches received in this
city to-night state that the French tieet
are bombarding Hamburg.
A dispatch from Berne, via Berlin,
reports Garibaldi surrendered.
A special dispatch from Tours says
that at lengthy the French arms have
achieved a glorious triumph. Vander
taun, who was at Orleans with a corps
of twenty-five thousand men became
afraid his position might becomehemmed
in. The sixteenth corps of the army of
the Loire on the north bank of that
stream, and the seventeenth corps on
the south bank, were confronted toward
the west by bodies advancing 1'rom Char
tres and Charteau Dun. Dertann was
preparing to make a defensive retreat
northward toward Paris when he was as
sailed by the 16th corps, under Leisac.
After a severe engagement he was com
pelled to evacuate Orleans, which is now
occupied by the French. The Prussian
loss is 500 killed and wounded. The
pursuit of the retreating Prussians is
now going on. The defeat and capture
of the whole force is probable.
London, November U.
The following official dispatch was re
ceived to-night by the Standard :
Tours, November 10.
Orleans has been retaken after a se
Berlin, November 12.
Official reports of the capture of Ver
dun has been published. Two Generals,
eleven staff officers and 1C0 officers were
captured; besides these, 130 guns, 23,000
rifles and a large n amber of stores and
ammunition fell into the hands of the
The Cross Gazette says the authorities
will show no false generosity in retaining
from the bombardment of Paris. The
fire will open very soon.
Versaii.lks, (via Berlin, 12,) Nov. 11.
Gen. Yon der Tour reports to head
quarters here to day that there has been
no further aduance of the enemy on his
Carlsrchk, November 12.
Tlie official report of the capture of
Neu Breisach has been made public.
During the entire investments 1 Baden
soldiers were killed and 30 wounded.
. Frankfort, Nov. 12
Bavaria having objected to entering
the North German Confederation, an
agreement will be effected with her by
the other German States by treatv.
Tours. November 12.
Seventeen thousand Prussian prisoners
captured at or near Orleans, passed
through this city to day on thfur way to
the south of France. Great excitement
was created among the people, and it
was with much difficulty that a riot was
Nothing official is yet received from
the army of the Loire since the official
report of D'Aurelles. More prisoners,
captured in the battle of Orleans arrived
this afternoon .
London, November 12.
The whole tide of popular feeling now
in Englandjis running strongly in favor
of the French. Even the Times has
changed its tone and urges Germany to
make peace and withdraw from France
while she may with safety. This feel
ing is partly due to the horrdr excited
by the barbarous and wholly unjusiifiable
conducted of the Prussians in attempt
ing to suppress popular resistance in
France, partly to rapidly growing convic
tion that England will be the next vic
tim of German anbition. The speech
of the Lord Chief Baron the other day,
in which he declared Austria would lie
prostrate before Germany, that Russia
will be compelled to barter her Baltic
ports for Constantinople, and that Eng
land being only safe so long as she re
mains mistress of the seas, must arm
herself for a desperate struggle, has pro
duced great alarm and dismav, and a
hearty wish for the repulse of 'the Ger
man and the success of France.
Special to the New Ycrk World,
rail Detclls of (be French Victory.
London, November 12.
A epecial dispatch to the World frnm
Tours gives the following full details of
the victory of General D Aurelles over
Von Dert.-.nn not yet received. The en
gagement commenced both on the east
and west' of Orleans on the 9th inst.,
and was continued until the evening of
Thursday. During Thursday the French
drove the Prussians from Orleans, inflict
ing severe loss upon them, and are now
in occupation of the city. General Von
Dertann, with the remant of his army,
are now retreating on the road leading
from Orleans, to Pithiviers, "after vainly
attempting to force his way through
Chatteau Neuf and Montergis, where
he hoped to join the army of Prince
Frederick Charles. Gen. D'Aurelles
has a force of 50,000 men on the north
bank of the Doire, and 70.000 on the
south bank. Destruction of roads and
bridges between Commercy -and Orleans
was prevented by the advance of the
army under Frederick Charles. He has
about 75,000 men, and a great part of
whom probably are north of the Marne.
Aftor having disposed of the remnant
of Von Destanns army, D'Auselles will
march directly on Paris and assail the
German lines between Versailles and St.
Germain, while Trochu makes a sortie
with 150.000 men to cut his way out and
raise the siege. Communication be
tween D'Auselles and Trochu and the
government at Tours is constantly main
tained by carrier pigeons.
To make good coffee Learn the pro
cess in use at any hotel or restaurant,
and then fix yours some other way.
New York, November 10.
It is now stated that Rogers, Demo
crat, is elected to Congress from the 10th
district by 165 majority. The latest
count makes Assembly C5 Republican,
03 Democrat, with a few distrittfs still
Judge Bedford, in his charge to the
Grand Jury to-day, stated that crime in
this city is pa' pa bly very much dimin
ished lately by the vigilant energy and
prompt action of the authorities.
New York, Nov 10 Midnight.
The latest returns make the Assembly
64 Republicans and 64 Democrats.
Chicago, November 10.
Returns from tne election in this
State are still incomplete. The follow
ing is the result so far as known for
Congress: First district, C. B. Farwell,
Republican ; Secofid, J. F. Farnsworth,
Republican; Third, II. 0. Burchard.
Republican ; Fourth, J. B. Hawlcy, Re
publican probably elected bv 150 to
250 votes; Fifth, B. N. Stevens, . inde
pendent Democrat ; Sixth, B. C. Cook,
Republican; Seventh, A. J. Hunter,
Democrat believed to be elected by a
small majority; Eighth, J. C. Robinson,
Democrat; Ninth, T. W. McNulty,
Democrat; Tenth, E. J. Rice, Demo
crat ; Eleventh, S. S. Marhall. Demo
crat Twelfth, doubtful: Thirteenth, J.
M. Creffs, Democrat; State at large,
John A. Logan. Republican.
Chicago, November 10.
A special to the Journal from Madi
son, Wis., says the Legislature- of that
State will be very close in both Houses,
but the Republicans are confident of a
small majority in each.
Washington, Nov. 10.
A telegram from Cellector Wilcox, at
Lynchburg, states that River, Republi
can, is undoubtedly elected to Congress
in the Fifth district of Virginia. J. M.
McKinncy has been appointed Judge ol
the United States District Court for the
Southern District of Florida.
Nashville, Nov io.
The latest returns announce the elec
tion of Butler, Republican, in the first,
district, and Maynard, Republican, in
Returns from Nevada come in slowly.
It is generally believed the Democrats
have carried the State with the excep
tion of Slingerland for Lieutenant Gov
ernor and Fitch for Congress. It will
require the official count to decide the
Two of the Toano railroad robbers
have been captured, and there is a good
prospect of arresting the remainder.
About twenty thousand dollars of the
first robbery has been recovered.
ALAB AIII A.
Montgomery, Ala. Nov. 10.
About half the State has been heard
from, including most of the Republican
strongholds. The Democratic average is
4,250 over the majority of Grant, and
have gone beyond it. The balance of
the fctate will go largely Democratic.
The Democrats elected three, and
probably four Congressman, and a large
majority of the Representatives. No
election for Senators. As far as heard
from there were no disturbance at any
election box in the State.
Forty-six marriage licenses were is
sued in Scott county, Iowa, during the
month of October.
The man who won't beleave ennything
he kant see, airt so wize az a niuIe,for
they will kick at a thing in the dark.
What men kant do thev are verv ant
to admire they don't criticize a moun
tain bekause they kant make one.
The erection of a manufactory of steel
is contemplated at East St. Louis, Illi
nois. There iz nothing 1 ke a sick bed for
repentance ; a men bekurus so virtewcus
he will often repent ov sins that he never
Three skor- years and ten iz man's
furlo, it iz enuff if a man kan't suffer all
the mizery he wants in that time he
must be numb.
A man afflicted with St. Vitus' dance
in Indiana; is relieved of its painful
characteristics upon listening to music,
vocal or Instrumental. The moment it
ceases the pain again comes on him and
ha commences to shake in a fearful man
ner. When Napoleon was first apprised of
tne loundation or a Republican Govern
ment in Pans, he said: "This is the
greatest misfortune that could befall
France. A Republic!" And turning
to his captors, he remarked: "Now,
gentlemen, we have the same enemies
you and I."
"When circumstances rendered it imj
possible for him to attend the stated
preaching" of the Gospel, he made it a
sacred rule to kill an Indian every Sab
bath," is the inscription affectionately
engraved upon the tomb of a Colorado
deacon, by the bereaved members of the
A Madison (Ind.) physician recently
removed a tumor, twenty-two inches in
circumference, from a patient, without
the use of any anaesthetic, and without
pain to the subject. A block of ice.
carved so as to conform to the shape of
the tumor and the incisions to be made,
was faced with salt, and the application,
for a brief period, rendered the parts
perfectly insensible to the, knife.
Here is a sample of the sort of tricks
that were played upon the unsophistica
ted philosopher of the New York Trib
une when he visited Kansas. lately : At
Lawrence he was taken in a carriage to
see the city and its improvements.
Keeping him engaged in conversation,
the irreverent scamps of his escort drove
five or six times around a square, at
each circuit passing a fine building in
course of erection. At. about the fifth
round Horace broke forth: "Well, well,
Lawrence is growing rapidly. Why,
there is a very large number of fine
buildings going up. Don't you fancy
there is a little monotony in the archi
A Cardington, Ohio, man writes :
"We have a monstrosity short distance
from here that will beat the world. Last
Tuesday morning a lady gave birth to a
double child. It is of the natural length
of a child, with perfect head on each
end. On one side there are two perfect
legs with feet ; on this side ouly is the
gender apparent that of a female. On
the other bide there is one leg, which is
as large as both the others, and appears
to be double; the foot displays eight toes.
The creature is healthy. It takes its
food well in both mouths, and digests
well, lhere is but one set qt bowfls,
and it had but one navel string. One i
end will cry at a time! I think the old j
women will say, 'Did you ever ?" ' j
J. D. SIMPSON.
J. D. SIMPSON cfc CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
Agents of the Omaha & St. Louis ''0" Line Packets
We are now occupying the room formerly occupied by E. T. Duke X Co.. anJ are Jo
Forwarding and Commission Business,
Ware IIou.se attached, we can furnish all the storage wanted.
AH goodj sent In our care will receive
and goods divined for Ashland. Lincoln, and the Illue River, will leforwarded without delay.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
1870. 1870. 1870.
D. SCHSASSK. - r. D. LESnOKK.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS! !
Brerybody, and more too, are going to Z
D. SCHNASSE & CO,
To buy their
ToOl and.wlriter Goods
jST E W YORK STOEE-
The best and most complete
STOCK OF D It ESS GOODS.
Are now on exhibition at the Xew York Sjore. at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YA .S, BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and price to suit our numerous customers. large stock of h-t
WOODEN-WARE, ' .w.,
HATS AND CAPS
JlWe Sell at Cost Now the Celebrated GARDEN CITY CLIPPER
PLOW, STUBBLE and BREAKING PLOWS, and all k.nd ,f
CULTIVATORS, REAPERS. SEEDERS, HAY RAKES, &.C
Plattsmouth September 10th, 1870. tf. D. SCIINAStfE & CO.
iouth Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY NEBRASKA
The Burlington & Mo. Rive
R. R. Co. in Nebraska
To their Lands in Ranges . 7. 8. 9. IO, II,
12, 13, acl 1 1. Kat or the litb Principal
.Meridian, in Nebraska,
On Ten Years Credit '
Only six per cent, interest on the valuation ib
required for the first year: the same for the
second, aud then, on and after the third year,
only one-ninth ef the principal and decreasing
interest is payable annually.
TWENTY FER CENT WILL BE DEDUCTED
From our Ten Tears Credit price, at the option
of the buyer, if he pays in full, and ten percent,
interest within one year from date of purchase
and his pre-emption payment will be allowed
On these Generous Terms
At low prices, rsnginfr from 94 to 85, SO, 87,
8I. 811. 812. -c. averaging about
EltiHT DOLLARS PER ACRE, as per quality
and local advantages.
Annual productions will
pay Tor Land, Stocking
it, and Ample Improve
the limit or the Ten
Facts to be Considered.
160 acres R. K. Lands at $7 cah is
$8 75 on lOyears credit at 6 percent-,
and will cost, in easy aunual pay
ments, the total sum of. J $ 1,922 40
And 160 acres of School Lands, at (7
the lowest price, and frequently
sold atauction for . IO and 12 -dollars.
onjlO years, at ten percent,
interest, cost j S 2.140 00
Making a difference in favor of Rail )
Uroad lands of....'. I
But for a fair comparison the average price at
which School Lands bare been sold, should be
compared with the average price of our Rail
Take for sample the averaje price of $10.53
per ace, at which the State School Lands have
been sold, as per report of state Auditorag Land
Commi??ioner of the State, for tho fiscal year
ending Nov. 3tb. iNiy. and ltJO acres costs at this
price in ten years at ten per cent, interest the
total sum of- $3.3o9 00
Deduct lrom this the total cost of 160
acres of B. & M. H. R. Lands, at our
average Long Credit price of 10.25
per acre, on 10 years credit at o per
cent, interest viz $2,230 49
And the difference on a quarter sec
tion in favor of Railroad Lands is... $1,139 20
This comparison is not made to prove that the
School Lands have been sold too high, but te
irove that the law of this State has been ratified
by actual and numerous gales at auction, ore'
Jit minimum price fijexd, vii : Seven dollars pi
acre: and the average valuation of the B. i M.
K. R. Lands is ratified by the same intelligent
uid practical verdict.
Railroad Lands have another advantage in
he fact, that a buyer can choose out of eighteen
sections in aTownship.instead ot being couu&ed
only two School sections.
Oar Long or Ten Years Credit prices range
from 4 to 5. , 7, H, . IO, II and 12 dollars
generally, and average 81U.25 per acre.
Applications f jr land can be made to :
FULLER. W ILLSIE A BARR. at Ashland. Vth
S. J. HOWELL, at Weeping Water, Cass
V. C. UTLEY. at Xursery Hill. Otoe Co., Neb.
C0VELL. CALHOUN Jt CK0XT0N. at Ne-bnu-ka
B. fc- 1 - R- R. CO?"j -AND OFFICE, at Lin
coln. Nob. .
or at R. R. LAND OF i ICE m Platthmouth.
.tO.S. HARRIS .
Land Commissioner B. Si H. R R.
Aujust. 2Xh, 1S70
Groceries, Flour, Feed,
Canned Goods, &c. &c. &c.
'"Highest cash paid for all kinds of (train
and Produce, Butler, Eggs, Hides, Furs and
North East corner Man and Fifth Ftreets
f ibfrg Stables.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED. SALE AND
I am prepared to accoiumodatethe public with
IIijrm. Carriage. BoOCti' and A No. 1 Ilrar't
on short notice and reasonable terms. A lla
will run t "teamboat landing, andto all pra
Ithe city wneti 'eired.
BUTTERY h LAZKNBT. props.
U VERY SALE & EXCHANGE.
The bstof Ilorses and Buggies on hand.9
Corner Vine and Fourth streets.
WILLFIND GCODSTBLIN - ACCOMMODA
TION AT Til is.
Farmer's Feed Stable
Corner of Sixth and Vine Street One Block.
North of the Presbyterian Church, PI 3ttsmuutb
BATES & DeGARMO.
We are now receiving the largest stock of
Ever brought to this market
CALL AND EXAMINE
WE CHARGE NOTHING TO SHOW GOODS
VALLERYS Jfc RUFFNER.
Dr. J. Ij. itIcCREA,
Dentist. Plsttsinouth, Nebraska. Office with
Dr. G. II. Black. july7wtf
SOUTH WEEPING WATER.
XX FLOUR 2,00 per SACK
Bran 4 Sharts 75rt. per 100 lbs.
ran S ahorts. Extra Ort$ d Hirfl, 1 (Xt per
Corn Meal $1 25por hundred pound.
LOtJR Exchanged for
Wheat as usual.
tVheatand Corn ground on Toll
ccixlp tint lolll.b !. to ' iffy all who rtU
10,000 Bushels of Wheat and
20 000 Bushels Corn
W. E. SHELDON. Agent.
Weeping Water JlilL
Farmers, go where you can got the best Flour,
nd the most of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
i-2 rourvos of nut'
riven if exchnge for goodw-ei'
We are also doing gris. , and. with ou'
increased f;u ilities. frel assured that we rsu giv
the bot and most Flour of any in the State, mtt
Produce Bought and Sold.
BIOHKST MABKKT TAlO.
Heed A CI in Ion
ENGINE ANDSAW MILL
FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS.
rpiIE ENGINE OR SAW MILL W LL ISU
I Sold separately or together, to suit put
rliaser. The engine ia lOljxlS inches, and is in
dcrlcct order good as new. Call und See at
Wsiyinnii & Curtis
MACHINE SHOPS. PLATTSMOUTH.
"OUR FATHER'S HOUSE;"
'I lie Unwritten Word
By Daniel March, D. I)., author of the populur
"Night Scenes." This maMi-r in thought and
language shows us untold riches and beauties in
the Great House, with its blooming 11 .wet',
singing birds, waving palms. Rolling -!onds
beautiful bow, siind inomilii ins delightful
rivers, mighty oceans, thundering voices, biasing-heavens
and vast universe with countless
beings in millions of worlds, and reads to us in
each the Unwritten Word. Rose-tinted imper,
oninte engravings and superb binding. 'Rich
and varied in Ihought." "Chaste." "Easy and
graeefrl in style." "Correct, pure and elevating
in its tendency." "Beautiful and good." "A
household treasure." Commendations like the
above from College Prefidents and Professors,
uiinistersnf all denominations, and the religions
mid secular press all over the country. 1(4
freshness, purity of language, with clear, opeu
type, line steel engravings, substantial binding
and low price, make it thr book fur th imum.
Agents are selling from fx) to l.s) per week.
We want Clergymen. School Teachers, smart
young men and ladies to introduce the work
for us in every townhip, and we will pay liber
ally. No intelligent man or woman need bo
without paying business.
Send lor circular, full description and terms.
ZIEGLER & McCURDY.
16 8. Sixth Street, Ph. la.. Pn.
i'.VJ Race Street. Cincinnati. Ohio.
60 Menroe Street, Chicago. III.
50 N. Sixth Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
nr. Vtt Main Street, Springfield, Mas.
FOIITY-FUIST IE A II
GQDEY'3 LADY'S BOOK
C heapest of Ladies Magazines,
BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST t
It has always been the care of tho publishers
to combine in its page: whatever is useful.,
whatever is elevating, whatever is pure, digni
fied, aud virtuous in sentiment, with whatever
may afford rationnl and innocent amusement.
For its Literary Department, in past years.
THE BEST WRITERS
In the litt?rary world have contributed, ani
will continue to furnish articles for the year
1S71. .Such mimes as Marion Ilarland. Iuo
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 aDy other magazine.
TERMS FOR 1871.
One copy, one year $3 fK)
Two copies, ene year , ft 00
Three copies, one year ... 7 Go
Four copies, one year 10 00
live copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the
club, milking six copiew 11 00
Eight copies, one year, and an extr
copy to the person getting up the
club.ni.'iking ninecopies 21 M
Eleven copies one year, and an extra
cpytLe pensou getting up the club
making twelve copies. 27 (X)
HOW TO REMIT. In remitting by Mail a
Post OptsirE Oh der on ''hiladelidua. or?;. Draft
on PhiUdelphia or New York, pmjnhle i-i the
ordrr of L. A. fl'iilu'". is perfcrable tobai.k
notes. . If a dralt or a l'ost-i Hi ;e Order cannot
be procured, send United States or National
Address A. L. GODEY.
.V. E. Vomer Sixth and Che-tnut St, l'hiunlel-
C. HEIS EL, Proprietor. Having recently be :
repaired and placed in thorough running order.
KM.OOO Bushels of Wheat wanted immediately
for which the highest market price will be pai'
Ladies Bazaar. -
Mrs. L. B. Crocker i Co. wi.-h to announce U
the Ladies of Plattsmouth and vicinity that
they are just opening a select stock ot Millinery
nd Fancy Goods of the newest pattern, wbico
they will offer very low. Dresses cut and loade
in the latest and most approved styles and on
the shortest notiee. l or tne present we will be
found in the room adjoining Mess . Fox's liro
:ery, on Main street. Call upon us before pur
M3. L. B. CROCKER A CO.
T SSAYS FOR YOUNNG MEN. on the de
J lights of Home, and the propriety or impro
priety of getting Married, with sanitary help
for those who feel unfitted for matriniouin! hap
piness. Pent free in sealed envelope. Address
HtiWARD ASSOCIATION. Box P. I iiiladel
pkiri. Pa. iun 1 d.vwly.
'IVAKEN UP By the subscriber, living in 0
X eupolU Precinct, on th 6ti of October, ot
gray norse. suppose! lo oe ueiweru n jhu .
years old, bat a split in right hind foot, on top o
left hip has brand of figures 8.
OctlSwH- PHILIP REIUEET.
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