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J. F. Terrebcrrie,
) In the Dist Court 2UuUi-
eial District within and lor
J Cuss County, Nebraska.
II. E. IlTfl'a.
VJOTICK is hereby given to the raid II. E.
1 Hill -, that a petition ha been filed in the
nbove entittcd cause by the said plaintiff, in the
District Court, 2d Judicial District, within
and for l's3 County, Nebraska, pmyins
that a certain Deed of jMorttrng-e or Iruft
on the following Ileal Estate situated in mid
'o-jnty of Can?, to wit : the N E quarter iTuee.
"S T 11 K l:i East 6 p in., duly executed and l
livrred by li. K. Davis to II. K. Hill. July 24,
A. I. 1S.8, and filed for record in the Clerks'
Office of Cas County, Nebraska, July 30th A. D
and recorded in book "li" r ae 2M. and
which tiil remains of record, be delivered up
and the rame canccllel of record, and the said
U.K. Hills is required to answer r demur to
said petition onor before the :'A day of April A.
D.1S.1. FOX & WJIEELEK.
march 2w4. AtU- for Plaintiff.
C. IIEISEL. Proprietor. Ilaring reeentlybeO
repaired and placed in thorough running order.
100.000 Bushels of Wheat wanted immediately
for which the highest market price will be pai
A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN
Jut I'ttblUhfJ, in a lenled envr.btpe. 7ViY Cc'.
A I.ertnre on the Nature. Treatment, and
I'.adicul cure of t'permatorrlio-a, t r tieminul
Weakness Involnntary Em N.ion., Sexual Ie
bility, and Impediment-" to Marriage generally;
.Nervousne?-", Consumption, Epilepsy, ami Kits;
Mental and I'hisiea! Incapacity, rtsultiuir from
ef l;"-abiie, Ac. By Kooert J. Culverwcll. 31.
lr, author of the 'Oreen Hook,' ie.
The world -renouncl author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves trom his own exper
ience that the awful consenuen'-c of sulf;a!)iisc
may bo elfcclually removed without Medicine.,
and without dangerou surgical operations, bou
fief, instrument, rinsrs or rojdialx. p"infin
out a mode oleure at once certain and effectual
'y which every sulicrcr, no matter what his con
dition may be. way cure himself cheaply, pri
vately, and radically. I bis lecture will prove a
bur n to thousand and thousands.
Scat under seal, to any address, in a plain
"eulod envelope, on the rc:cipt of six cent, or
two postage stamps. Also Dr. Culverwe l's
'marriage guide,' price l!o cents. Addresa the
CHAS. J.C EISE &C0.
5177 Bowery, Now York.
lVcr W 12. wly.
Weeping Water Nebraska.
Boots, and Shoes.
Hats, and Cap.
Agrieulfural Impliinents of all kinds. Weir ar
"I X ' Cultivator. Union Corn l'lantc
iirari letour and l'riuceton Blows, io Ac adit.
.:tui,t, all of which we oiler to the public at the
oTve-i retail prices.
All Goods Warranted
-Our constant aim will be to sell so lowt
it "-ill be to thcpoitive advantage of every ti
mer in the w stern and central portion o Case
county to make this their headquarters fortrad-
' 5HR-FATHER'S HOUSE;"
I'.y Daniel March, I. D.. author of the popular
..Niht Scenes.-' This master in thought and
laiiguncc shows us untold riches and beauties in
the lireat Ilnuse, with its blooti.ing flowers,
singing bints, waving palins. Rolling clouds,
beautiful bow. sacred mountains delightful
::vers. inislity oceans, thnndering voices, blaz
iiij heavens and vnt universe with eountlesk
beings in millions of worlds. and reads to us in
idi the I'nivritten Word. Ilose-tir.ted paper,
r.rratc engr ivings and superb binding. Kieli
iind aried in liioiiglit." "Chaste.'' "Ea?yar.d
graeetrl in ftyle." "( Vrrect. pure nd elevating
in its tendency." "Beautiful and good." "A
household treasure." Commendations like the
above from College Presidents, and Professors,
ministers of all denominations, and the religious
and secular presj nil over the country. Its
Ireshness. purity of language, with clear, open
Ope. fine steel engravings, substantial binding
:uid low price, make it tne huuk for tUr. mati.
AgeiiU are selling from " to loO per week.
We want Clergymen. School Teachers, smart
young men und ladies to introduce the work
f.r us in every township, nnd we will pay liber
ally. No intelligent man or woman need l.e
without payiHg business.
Send for circular, full description and terms.
ZIEGLEK A McCTJRDY,
15 S. Sixth Street. Phila . Pa.
lift? Kace Street, Cincinnati. Ohio.
b9 Menroe Street, Chicago. III.
v N. Srxth Street. St. Louis. Mo.,
or. ltrJ Main Street. Spriuglield. Mass.
Of the Condition of the
City Fire Insurance Company
1'ErEMBEll .li. 170.
Capital Stock, - 250,000,000.
I, ans .n Mortgage first liens 1"
Loan on ( ollatcr:ls 1:2
t mretl states m iclts and Bonds..
State. Town, and Ciy Bonds
National Bank Stocks
l;.tilrad Sto-ks and Bonds
Cash on hand, in Bank and in hand o
Acc"ied Interest and Balance on boo
uae It out Agents
'flice Furniture undSafa...
utsaiiding Losses S19.074 9C
Amount n'rossary to reinsure outstand
ing l'.t.-ks 1S0,018:53
Total Liabilities S229.lil.4y
Geo. W. Lkstkk. Scc'y.
STATE OF NEBRASKA
T is hereby certified, that there has been filed
in this office a sworn statement showing the
condition of the l.ity Eirr Im urance lumpnnv
1 c:itcd at Hartford in the State oi'Conn., on the
."1st day of December A. JO. Wo, in accordance
with the provisions of nn Act of the Gene al
Assembly, .,f the State of Nebraska to liegulate
Insurance Companies. approved February 12th
J'6: that the said company having tiled the
necessary papers and a statement showing ti.at
said rMnpany is possessed cf tha requisito
amount of capital, and invested as required by
Authority is Therefore Given
To the above named com nany to transact their
appropriate business ot Fire Insurance, in this
State, in accordance with the laws thereof until
the '! day of January, lT'J.
I further certify, that II. E. Talmcr of I'latts
moutu. County of Cass is authorized to transact
busini ss according to law for said company as
their Asrent and Attorney, by filing this certifi
cate for Kccord with the clerk of Cass county.
In te-timouy whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand au.l a lined my seal of office, at Lincoln,
this oth day of March ls71.
Auditor of State.
H. E PALMER. AGT
Canned Gnnris ftp.
nifhesteash rriee paid for all kinds of Grain
and I roduce. Butter, Eggs. Hides. 1'urs and
North East corner wain and Fifth Sts atu
KSTABLISJIF.D IX 1S61.
IVATCHES , CLOCKS,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
HLI PEXS SPCTACLES
VIOLIN STRINGS ASU
iAX CY GOODS,
"a,wucV- "'"and Jewelry repaired teady
tnd With (lwnnfi-h
.Removed t.V'.pP"if Platte Valley JIou !
S, BLOOM 8c CO.,
lA TTS Jff
S. BLOOM &
;. T-A":-"" -,.Twr?tj-
" - c-
BOYS AJYD CHILDREN'S CLOTlllJYG
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E C.
nin Street- Second Door East of the Court Ilouie
RAXCII HOUSE Broadway. Council Bluff Iowa.
W have the most attractive Sto?k of
Pry Goods, Notions. Boots, Shoes,
Ilat Caps and Groceries ever brought
to thin city. Cal- and see us.
CLARK A- PLUMMIR.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, are going to J
XX SCHNASSE 8l CO,
To buy their
372,!3.:ct3. -crixi-toar Goods
NEW YORK STOEE-
The best and most complete
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS.
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We eall particular
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YA S. BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kind aad price U suit oar naneroug customers. . large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
n.u'Li1. A'ow tho Celebrated GARDE W CITY CLIPPEH
PLOW, STUBBLE -nd BREAKING PLOWS, al. L.fiu, .i
CULTIVATORS, fEAPsKS. SLEDERS, HAY RA'FS. &.C
1 luttsmouth September 10th. 1ST0. tf. D. SC1INASSE A CO
F URN ITU R E
Antl dealer in all kin tip of
Furniture & Chairs
Mil street, (third door west of P O
P.epatrin? and Varntshinp neatly done.
Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
I am Apont for the bext Musical Instruments
made. Persons wi.-hinjr to buy Pianox. Cabinet.
Metropolitaa orProfable Organs. or Melodeons
can purchase tbrouirn my Agency on as liberal
terms ha they can from the manufacturers
themselves. AH in-trpment warranto
JIrI,f I. V. W'l-R..
5 one ir.-.Su
r. D. LiKHorr.
Rock Eluffa, Neb.
Spring Term Commences
8Iarch 21st, 1871.
Pupils of either sex win receive thorough and
systematic instruction here. Particular atten
paid to Primary scholars.
School books furnished froe of cost to al
GOOD EOAKDIXG CAN EE OBTAINED
AT hEASCNAELE RATES
For terms and particular n 1 Ire
elwif J. I). PATTERSON.
JOR SALE 0B. RENT.
The nrnnprtv tmlmi.;.i. A Tk ir 1
sola or rented on re.i.onablo terms. Ihe houe
contains 6 rooms. There is also a larxi ciFtern
wita flitter, a cellar, a stable and other co ven
lences. Apply to T. M. MAHyCEXT.
T, M. MAUQUKTTK. j. K. STROjf0
ATTORNEY AT LAW id Pn!,v f m,..
eery. Aecne for RailroaJ l.und Plttmonh.
The M. E. Conference is now iuaes&iun
at Lincoln. -
Lincoln ha3 organized under the "sec
ond class" law.
Dr. Kcnaston, of Unionvi'le, was in
the city yesterday, and infortcs us that
the farmers of that vicinity are well
through with their seeding. They are
ahead of the farmers in this jart of the
Hons. E. E Cunnirgham, Wm Daily,
Geo. 1. Tucker, aud H. Rhodes cat::e
down on the evening train. The Legis
lature has adjourned until May 30th.
There is a move in progress for open
ing an esten-ive wholesale house in our
city; oue that will compete with anything
west of Chicago. We will give names
and particulars in a few days.
See card of the Tichenor House in to
day's paper. This valuable property has
heen leased for a term of years by
Messrs. Lounsbury and Ensey, who
"know how to keep hotel' if anybody
in the west does. Mr. Lnsey has per
sonal supervision of the establishment,
and he is certainly one of the most ac
commodating landlords in the State.
Our fellow townsman Thatcher, of the
firm of Mulholland & Thatcher, grain
dealers, has erected a very convenient
grain hou.o at the south side of the B.
& M. Machine Shops. It consists of a
large building containing five different
compartments for various kinds and
grades of grain, built in the side hill so
as to unload from the wagon on the up
per side and open a shoot into the car at
the lower side. It will hold about fcix
thousand bushels, and is supplied with a
large fan mill through which the grain
passes on the way into the car, cleaning
it thoroughly. Mr. Thatcher has sent
for a large hopper scale, in which to
weigh all the grain before being deposit
ed in the car.
Messrs. Hayward & Constance, of
Chicago, have opened a large hardware
store at Weeping Water Falls. These
gentlemen have chosen wisely in locating
at the thriving town of Weeping Water,
as we look upon that as one of the most
prosperous inland villages of Nebraska.
It is hunounded by a splendid agricul
tural country, has oue of the finest wa
ter powers in the State, and is supplied
with the best rock quarries in the west.
We welcome Messrs. Hayward & Con
ttanoe to Cass count3, and trust they
may never have occasion to regret their
action in locating among us.
By reference to our advertising col
umns it will be seen that Mr. Geo. S.
Smith has taken a partner into his law
business. Mr. Geo. E. Draper, the new
member of the firm, is a j'oung man who
has just come to our city to make a per
manent home, and he comes with a full
determination to carve out for himself an
honorable name, and if we are not mis
taken in his physiognomy he is one who
'"dares to do," and will be found an ac
tive man in our citj-. We welcome him
to the ranks of those upon whom the
future of our city depends, and doubt
not the new firm of Smith & Draper will
meet with the success they merit.
A SEW liBA.M'II OF KISIXtSS.
Fifty Stoue Cutters Com inc.
It will be remembered by the readers
of the Hekald that we made mention,
a short time since, of the fact that Mr.
Leasley f this city, had been requested
to forward a specimen of rock from our
quarries to parties in St. Louis who
wished to open a large business. We
are now able to inform the Hehald'
readers that the rock was duly forwarded,
and that it is in every way satisfactory.
We take the liberty of making the fol
lowing extract from a private letter re
ceived by us this morning from the gen
tleman who has this matter in charge :
"Your information to the public in re
gard to Mr Leasley's receiving a letter
from a gentleman in St. Louis asking for
a sample 01 the stone in your neighbor
hood was correct. Mr. Jjea-ly has filled
. 1 i'ii . t 1 1 .1 1
tne Mil. tue stone nas been testeu ana
found to answer the purpose admirably
1 here will oon be titty or more stone
cutters on their way to your place pro
viJcd the parties owning the quarries do
not value them higher than gold dig
In the above we discern the dawn of a
new and lucrative branch of business for
this locality, and one which will yet
bring vast revenues to this portion of
the State. W e believe no portion of
the west is so well supplied with stone
as Cass county, and especially that part
of the county bordering on the Platte
river, through which the B. fc M. runs.
nc have the vatious grades of sand
stone, the blue and gray lime .-tone, and
the vtiy choicest quarries of magneian
lime fctone in trreat abundance. Be
sides these inexhaustible quarries of
rock, we have an unlimited supply of
choice potter clay for ordiwary ware, and
s-iTeral large beds of white Koaiin, of
the very finest quality. The day is not
far distant when our city will contain
largo manufacturing establishments
where tkese different classes will be
formed into both fine and coarse wares.
suitable for the table of a prince as well
as for the common uses f the household;
aud all the large cities of the west will
be supplied from this place with their
fine finishing rock, cith.pr manufactured
or dressed from the a-hlars.
A school teacher spelled out the word
"g-r-a-c-e," and asked a scholar to pro
nounce it. He gave it up, when the
teacher, to refresh his memory, asked
him:"What did your father say this
morning before eating breakfast ?" The
boy thought a minute and finally said :
"Pa said, D n these eggs, they're
Elder Miller, of Chillicothe, Ohio, de
nounced Deacon Decamp from the pul
pit for accusing hiTi of being rweet on a
grass widow, and the deacon turned off
t!: as and loft the preacher and con
iuegation to ott!o the matter among
Fronj the Lii-colu Journal. J
Thf following charactei it-tic letterfrora
Hon. J. S. Hunt, of Saline county, is a
straiiih forward commentary of an o":d
war Democrat upon the present insane
bitternosf that prevails between promi
nent members of the Republican party,
and upon the kind of "evidence" taken
by the rccen inquisition. As Judge II.
couie in aivi under oath clear his cli.-irac
matter of iu slice :
Blue Island. March 125th, 1671.
Editor ok Journal: As the e;n?
mics of the Govertor are deteririned
never to let me alone, I take this way ot
lor tho last Keven years, if it will be of
so r vice o tho.-e who are hounding him.
I have this day read Mitchell's testimony,
which is true in some particulars, hue
abounds in misrepresentations.
- Lat April I was at work on the Asy
lum (I am a uia.-on) and the Governor
came on the scaffold where I was en
gaged and I asked him to loan me $40,
for a short time and he did accommodate
me with the sum. He put a check into
a letter and dropped it int the P. O.
where I could gt't it on Saturday night,
when I came to the city.
I went to 3IitcheU's and he accompanied
me to the office, not to "introduce me to
Captain Baird," fur I was already ac
quainted with him and had been for
ihe letter could not be
found and I went back to Mitchell's Ho
tel to supper, afterward started ud town
again and met Captain Baird close to
the hotel, with the letter, and he satis
factory explained how it happened that
he did not find it at first. We all three
then went to the postoffice, and I pro
cured a money order for the full amount
of the check and mailed to Iowa. I
have no objection to tell why I borrowed
$40, for I told the Governor at the tint 1.
It was to enable a widow and hei daugh
ter to come to Nebraska and take a
homestead. A widow who had sent a
platoon of sons to the army. Mitchell
falsifies when he eays that he does not
know the amount of the check, for I
told him then, and told him what I bor
rowed it for, and told the truth, so help
me God !
If the Governor's good deeds are to be
thus distorted into crime, all I have to
say is, God help him ! The other char
ges are wholly false, about the 4 six cor
ner lots, and the $1,000 stone contract"
The $40 check is the enly check I have
ever received since I have lived in Ne
braska. If that is "bribery" make the
most of it.
I have always considered Governor
Butler the best of hi party, and if he is
impeached where will Grant and the rest
of the radicals appear?
It' Capt Baird will look at his book he
will find the amount, and he will certain
ly remember vl e;e he met us with the
J. S. Hunt.
It is not so man months since a name
began to be whispered about in Art and
musical circles, which was not unknown
to the publier but which had heretofore
been associated with another field of
usefulness and honorable achievement.
"Demorest" is a household word in two
hemispheres; but who is Vienna Demo
rest. the girl composer, the tie-h, young
singer whose songs Nilsson has suntr,
whose voice Nik-sou praised, and proph
esied great future tor? As who 'his
young artist is, it is bufiicicnt t say that
she is the daughter of (he well-known
publisher and leader of fashion 3Ir. and
Mine. Demorest; and that her c.ireer so
far justifies the predictions of future
success, t-ince the. first dawning of in
tcllieenca. Vienna Demorest has display
ed the rarest musical capacity, and a gift
of musical improvisation, which may be
the foreshadowing of genius. Youns as
she is, and modest to a fault, Mi's
Demorest is quite exceptional in her sifts
and possibilities. Iler compositions
which first attracted attention are
brilliant in expression and varied in
charactar. Her polkas, mazourkas, ga
lops are played by noted leaders of bands,
viz., Dod worth. Baker, Grafulia, Operti
and Downing, with whom, aud with the
public, they are great favorites. Oue of
iVr latest song?, "Birdie," written for
Mdle Nilsson. and accepted by her, is
charming, and likely to achieve perma
It is not as a com poser alone, however,
that Vinna Demorest has won distinc
tion ; her interpretation of music is as
pure and true as the written expresion
of it is rare and conscientious. She has
a voice of exceeding beauty, flexibility,
aid strength ; an admirable method,
trained under the best teachers ; clear
enunciation, broad, well marked, pleas
in?, and a sympathetic .tyle, and unu
sual beauty and grace of person. Her
voice has a register possessed by very
few, even of our fir?t-class singers, and
her correct and easy execution even of
the mot difficult passages excites the
enthusiasm of artists and critics. Phre
A testimonial to the skill of a chiro
podist, published in an English paper,
testifies that "four or five yeara ago he
extracted several corns from my feet.
without pain, as also a member of my
family, wh ch have not returned since
that time." This operation should be
consulted by those troubled with moth
In Santa Domingo, rum can be bought
for 25 cents per gailon. What an emi
gration there will be from the Pat'undic
quarters when this fact becomes general
ly known. A very good quality of rum
an be bought for SO cents per gallon,
and Claret can be had tor $2.00 per doz
en, bottled and boxed.
A Loui-vi!le German, quietly sipping
his beer and placing "sixty-six," in a sa
loon, is informed by an excited compa
triot rushinc in. thnt his horse had rnn
away, "All ! Vy don't vou chtop hitn
up a lcc-dle? ' Being told that distance
prevented, he turns to his partner:
"Come, Shake, hurry up and hiay di.-h
game out. If dat horse git schmah up
my vile gif me Hail Golumbus, air.tit? '
' The type-setters make enrion mistakes
sonT'iimes on account of bad copy gen
eraliy. The other day a paper declared
that during the carnival at Washinirto-
'widows on the avenue were let fur f. 0111
twenty to fifty dollars each." Of course
windows, not widows, were meant. A
late issue of tho Cape Cod Gazette re
ported the Be v. V. II li. Murray as
aymit : "It 1 not tlmcult to t.i viri.v
in liel!."" when lie really said, '-It is not
difficult to Le hajjpy in health."
There is one stimulant tli.-tt never fails
and yet never iutoxieates Duly. Ioty
puts a blue fckv over every man un in
his heart may be in which the skvtarfc
happiness always goes singiag. Geo.
Lf. 1 rent ice.
The poor in pocket roav be Lle.ed. nr
may not be blessed, aa the case ruay be ;
but the poor in fpirit aie alwavs t.l.-wd
and we bare Christ's authority for fo
saying. There's in a poverty that is bet
ter than wealth ; in fact, it is a poverty
which indicates the uossession of tho 1
truest of'aH rifh SrwToenv '
tor of the foul aspersion cast upon it by pi-? ' rji s ; ' '
the malice of the Herald :.ud the mad J mW' W W 1? Pf i
ness ol the secret whose datk latUc:u in ! JiVjji 'C,"i H jll'i rf5l F."' I
vestigations are now supplied to Dr. ivrr 'rfS jpj- ' M p-??! E?:3 t?'l ;f ' J
Miller, we publish his statement d a i asK lM &i JM-1 r.4 Jt1 k:A 1;' ii i
virig that I am wil.in that you and iL!?' &'3 1 y fcl KirSV .t&
the world should know every tru- rfmJir3nJ'i 1-1
ti..n. pullic act or word that ever
sael between Gov. iSutler and nivse.r, imiYJKJi-PlSm 1
V. if. VtiLXJtt
E. T. DUKE & CO.,
- SZff':- lirix
AT FObT OF M.11.Y STREET,
Wholesale h Retail DaUera in
Hardwaro & 'Cutlery, Stoves,
TIX WARS, R0PB.
IRON, STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith To's, &c.
Keep on lnncha Large Stock of
II A RTER OAK.
BUCKS PA rnYT.
And other first class Cooking
All kinds of Heating Stoves
Col or Wood kept on Lead.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stiring and Breaking Plows
At T?ct Cos; for Cash.
prices are as low as any hou.o in the
WHITE & SPIRE,
Tavo moved in their new brick
XI hue iu-l received a large aud
ted stock of
HATS, GAPS, BOOTS, SHOE?
Notions, rorcSi Staple
'Vlneb, we offer
to the public as low sa the
,' would call the attention cf tho ladies t
ur luw ttuck of
Several frhndea cf beitutifnl Satin. Lynnese. Bro
cades. A few jint tern? left of th.it '-JO cent Poplin-
Ali,ia-, st-vetKl xhndrs- Woolen nnd
common lcLais, tcotcii Plaids. Holie Rcpjis.
l$o .1 l;'.rjr5 va. jt?ty of fl ints &c, which we
have just received and off., r tbeat
Lower Than Ever.
"llfE bavo on band a larxo tock o" APPLES
,t by t!m !iwh-l or Barrel. We pay the
hiffhest price in cah or trade for Corn. Oats,
liuUer. Kpss, Chickens, Turkey orauy kind o
Al vert i s I n ,
A Book of J'Jj cloioly printed vane.?, lately
issued, contains a li.t of the best American Ad
vertising Medium!", tiivins the name; circula
tions, iiiid full particular!! concerning the lead
ing Daily find Weekly Political and Family
newspapers, together with all thoge having large
circulations, published in the interest 01 KcTi.
gion. Agriculture, Literature, Ac, iVc. livery
Advcrti-cr, nnd every person who contemplates
beeomiiiff such, will linii this book of great
value. Mailed free to ujiy addret on receipi
of 25 cent. Js.o. a. i.I.f cV tt
Publishers, Xo.40 Pak Row, New Vork.
The Pittsburg (Pa.1 Lender, new issue of Jfrv
2t'th. IStKi. sayu: " The 6rm of (!eo. P. Itowefl
A-Co.. which issues this iaterrestiag and valu
able, book, is the largest and best jdve-tising
Agency in the United States, and we can cheer
fully recommend it to the attention of those
who desire to adveitise their bu ines.l ecientifie
anil ?' mut'iKitili in such a way: that is,
o to secure the largest amount of publicity for
be leait expenditure ol money."
100,000 FEET !
The'undersigncd Las on hand a large qantity of
WHICH HE OFFERS AT REASON A BL FIGC RES.
on short notice,, and for any size or length of
Rafters, Studdings. Joists
msTJldlimtn short notice.
II Elt EL
TWO HOURS THEQUICKEST
PI Hiies The Shortest Line.
hicnz to New York, via Pittsburgh. Fort
ayne & Lhioago Pennsylvania Cen
This is Ihe onV Route running three Daily
Lanes ot tnmuh lMi'j and keeping fatuce Lur,
From Chicago to
WITIIO U 1 J II A iV Ci B
With btt one chiuije to Balt'morp. Hartford,
Xew llavei'. Providence, r)ringtield. Worces
ter and Boeton !
For Sale at the otfWsof connecting lines in the
Weft and at all olnecs ot the tort Wayne an J
Pennsylvania t'e.itral Kt:te in Ci.i-;ago.
T1JO-. L. KIMI5ALL. Gen.
tVestern Tassenger Agent, Pciin'i Ceuiral li. Ii.
"W. LEE AND.
FEED, SALE AND
I am prepared to ar-OTumodnte tho pubiie with
Hotos. Carriages. Uugies and a No. 1 Hearse
or, short notice and reasonable terras. A Kaek
will run to.tiie steamboat landing, and to all part
fft be city when desired.
Tantiarr 1. in d-?f
a it.u '
: W WtU S -'3 tAhi nltth ;4Cff hf ft'
K E A L D
LOCAL PAPER IN
One Ye fir -Time
One Month -
One Year - -Six
Enlarged and Impkoted
IS THE ONLY OXE GIVING
COMPLETE JVEWS FROM
THE GREAT WEST
Now Offers the
BEST ADVER USING MEDIUM
West of the
It is read bv Farmers, Merchants Me
chanics. Contractors, Stock Dealers,
Railroad Men, Business Men,
L. BRGiV. &CO.
Plattsmonth Cigar Factory
on Main street, opposite Court Houae.
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
We have on band a large assortment of
CIGARS k TOBACCO,
Consisting of the best qualities of
CIGARS, FINE-CUT, PLUG AND
we deal exclusively fn Tobacco ire caa ieli sa
:heap, if not cheaper than other store in the
Give a? a eall before von tmretiue riwltr
a we knew you will go away aatiefied.
February 11. 1869.dtf.
TalcennDbv th ntr?ri'i" t.
..... ' -, . . , ' "l " "V . C.I.JIU
01 ria.u-iLiiqin, "ne wnite bcilerc It. red cars,
swiillonr-fork in lett ear ; and one red be:frr
calf, some wbre spot on. walow-fork in ripht
ear and r-eh in u- dcr side of left ear. Xo
o her marks or hraid perceivable. Th'y ecjae
to my jdu.ee afa.at tho let of Januiry 1BP;.
... , ""'m. n"oo!tci.
J Jti ISl JD i S
LOCK TO YOUR INTERESTSf
and ij ry
, fit -T I ,,
I Mi'i I k I.
tXm. .-.3.. ktf .. !..
' - IB
5 mi sJiLl til
E IPL E HI E K T
WHICH VOU WILL ALWAYS 1"INI) AT
RUSSELL & DOOM'S,
West Knd Mr.in trcpt.
ruttdtu -uth. Net.
WARRAKTED 1 1
- THKV SKLL
Weir Corn IMow.
I X Ii and Champion Corn Plow.
Grand DeTour Hrt.ikinn I'lnw.
1'riin elon Iron Hen in Stiiljle Plow,
A. 1. licke- Fan M ills'.
Kurcka V tir culiivatorseeder
IX h r-'tiilk Cnttprn.
'J hr'usl)iii,r M.ichinci,
Keiiper- nnd Mow
ts. fteedrrs .
Of the best kind and qunlilic. ('nil on or ni
dro. KUSSHLL , l0(tM.
l.i.lBiuouth, Neb. march iMlir wtf.
Plows! Plows! Plows.
Takes pleasure in announcing to the
public that they have secured tho Kcrvi-"
ces of that I'ioneer Plow Manufacturer.
E. C. FORGY,
Who is now ens:iged in their hop maoufactor-.
ing a better article, at tower jTict-i, tbnn can bo
had from nnv o.i.torn inanufuctury. One sreat
ddrantnpe grained by r'troniziiiir this firm i
lliat you not only eet a bettor artii-ln at home'
nriees. ut yon ure piiiron'zine HOME MANl'-.
FAC'I UH I.. where every -'ollar of the money
rum nin? in the 6tate. murehl Id .V wtf
TI1E UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED A
MEAT El ARKETy
On Main Street, Plattsinnnth, nhcre they pro
pose to keep on hand the very
BEST OF MEATS'
IN THEIR SEASON
HIGHEST PIUCES PAID'.FOK
Call and S"e vs.
II ATT i IIAIGHT.
GROCERIES Sr PROVISIONS,
I would respectfully announce to the citizens
PJattsmouth & Vicinity
(hat I bare opened a first clas
Grocery & Provision Store,-
en 6th Street, south of
I hjpe by fair dealing to merit my share "of
PUBLI C PATRONAGE.
Goods delivered'to any part oftbe citr free of
ibarge A. H. BUCK. .
January 2d. 1871 dtf.
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Gold and Silver Coin
U.S.- and other Stocks.'
Diafta drawn on all parte of the 'Cnited 5vta
and Europe. Deposits reecirod, and special at
tention given to collections.
WILL FIND GCODSTFLIN ACCOmta VtS
TION AT ill
Farmer's Feed -'Stable;
Corntr of Sixth ard Vine Streeb- One Block,
North of th.o Presbyterian Charch. 11 "its monlb
Nebraska. . -
CARPENTEr 1- .TOINEPvS.-Are rreLarrr-.
to do work in gr..-d sr ;e, on short nutic-. r.n i
x' cheap a the che-treft iy fetab. corner. T
Mealed tf-j-jna Rtrr. ttaflaf
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