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(S joccasor to R. Walter)
and dealer in
ARXES3. SADDLES, COLLARS, HALT S
Whips, Brushes, Ac, ic.
Repairing done substantially and with dis
PHtcb. . , ,
Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Fourth Street, north of Platte V alley House,
adjoining Maithews A Donnelly's Hard wart
"Luxuries of Modern Travel."
In these days the taste of the TraveKn Pub
lic has become exceedingly fastidious. In order
to obtain their patronage, a Kailroad line must
be aole to insure Safety, Speed and comfortable
transportation. by poeM.-ssiug the neceesary qualf
ticttlionsof a first cla.-'s equipment ot couehis and
Lworuolivea. a solid road-bed and heavy iron
Pullman's Pallace Sleeping cars. Pullman
.iViintr cars, a direct route, good couneclauus and
eareiul management. ...
The Burlington route is making every effort to
U I - -1 ' - uu " " -
and offers a route to all points euM, wc.t. north
south, by means ot its connections us follows :
1. At Omaha with the Pacific roa'l.
2. At PUtUmoutli with the 1. J M. R. 11.. in
Xcban!"k)!. . . , , ., ,
3. At Hamburg, withthest Joseph Railroad
for all points in Kan-MS. ice.
4. Atouuuiwa. with the Dcs Moines V alley
ui north Missouri rai ron.l.
I. -At Burlington wua the 13., C 14. 4 A.,
K., for Davenfort. -Mas-atine. ic.
V At Mouuioutu. wi:n tlie R. K. I. .t ?t. I.
an l Western Union Hn:lrol-, !r?t. Paul, and
points in the north, and tor St Louis and points
iu the itilh.
7. At I'eoria. wiih the short line Illooming
ton route to Indianapolis, Cincinnati. Louisville
nd ait points south and e:tr.t.
a. At PeoriH. with tuel., P. A W. R. R., for
Los?aii-port. Columbia. Ac .
At Metidota. with a. I the I.hnois Central.
1 At CHICAGO, with all Trunk lines lor the
' No better advice can be c?vn then, thiir. to
raH the Burlington Koul." dtf.
DPEXIXG OF A XEW AXD
FiUgerald'a Block, Second Story. Main Street
Ladies pleac give u a call. Our Goods
ind work will recommend themselves.
J. E. nolIanl, Proprietor, earner f Main and
Third streets, Plattsmouth. Kebrr-nka. Having
. been rctitted aud newly furnL-hed uSers firt
chiFS accoiauiodatioiiii. Board by the week
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, 1
Lincoln Neb. June 2. 171.
("lo.nidamt having been entered at this Office
J by Philander L. Ile.irdsley against Marshal
M. Prierly for abandoning his homestead entry
,. "o4. ilated May the 17th. lo. upon the s.
t- ' i. section 'Si. township 10 N. range 11 E. iu
'h -i-county. Neb., will a view to the cancella
tion of said entry . the paid parties are hereby
rTiruun-nod fo appear at this oflice o tha 6th
day ot July. 1S71. atl o'clock p. m. to respond
V!i.U furnish testimony concerning paid alleged
H. W. SU.MMERLAD, UtgUter.
W. F. CuttlH. iVrMrr,
Ordered puhlishcd for three consecutive
weeks in the Nebraska Hebald. jeSw3-
Wil'i.ini F. Morrison,)
vs. To Emery ilson.
.Finery Wilson. )
You are hereby notified that an attachment
was issued by me in fav .r of the above named
plaintiff, and ag iinst the above named de'en
d.mt for the fiiui of thirty-one dollar? and fifty
vents and trial set for Monday Juue 20th. A. D.
1-iTl. at 10 o'clock a. ro. of taid day at which
tirue Judgement , will bereniered agMnt yo .
if y 'O do not appear and show cause in the con
tr.ir" tliveu under mv hand this 17th day of
May. lTl. JAMES O'NEILL,
'ra ay IS wT.t Justice of th e Pen?.
! Public Sale cf School Lands,
0TI'.'E is hereby given that pursuant to an
H ' Act ot the Le;:i.-lu: lire of Nebraska enti
tled an act ''To. provide for the Registry of
School lauds fr the control ami disposition
thereat and f.irthe sate keeping of the funds de
jive 1 from the sale and lease of said lands which
slid act was approved June '-l'h A. 1 nd
jil-oiu accordance with a sul,seiu-nt amend
ment to said act approve 1 Fcorn in- 1 ":a A, 1)
lN-ti', I will on Saturday the -ith day of June
in xt, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. at the
!r nt 'Uior of the Court lluuso in Piattsmouth
i; y Cass county Nebraska, olfcr for sale at
Public auction to the highest bidder all the
remaining School lands in said coun y, ontin
ning said sale from day to day util all said
lands -hall have been offered.
1 ifwituess whereof I have unto set n:y hand
and affixed the seal ot sai l county at
V ' at Piatt uiouth, ThisSth day oi Maj
f A. D. 1S71.
t stAL i lic Poi.i.ABn.
, County Clerk.
By J, M. IlEABDSLET Deputy. m jllw7.
THE FYEOU.YG SHORT
II OR SED D UP I MM B I'LL
DUKE OF ORLEANS J
r "11 r ILL stand at my farm in Cass courty at
f t10 for grade cowrtJjiO tor thorough
The Duke is deep red.' sixteen months obi.
and weighs twelve hundred pnd tiorty pounds.
rl is w ithout exceptitin, t he hncAt animal of
the kind in the State.
pKnniKEB : tint by Duke of Paris (pnse PiVs.",
A. II. B.) he by Duke Airdiea (p. 7tt A. II. B.i
out of Lona the N I Vth. Lena out ol imported
t!cy i L'rt- K. II. B.) The Duke is on of .Mary
Iacn.2d by Buckeye A. H. B : Mary Daen.
by Crowder ioM A. H. B,. For full pedigree of
Vrowdcr, refer to 9ih volume of American Herd
Book. I will give one hrndred ahd fifty dol
lars for the poorest calf, frtm any thorough
bred cw that may be bred, and can show a
ivcorded pedigree. li. SAUU.
Bilrlington & Missouri R. R. R-Co
Eostox. Mass., May i. 1S71.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of tbe
Bcri.inoto: At Misjsovri Hivkk HaitroadCo.
in NKB.'wi:lbe held at tb-otli.'e f the Com
pany in th city of Piattsmou" !i. Nebraska: Fri-
lay the twenty-third day of Jiii;P proxmi.,,
fT t'ie election of Directors and any other busi
nTss which may legally come before t:;e mi etir.K
Ey ordr of the Board.
J. X. Dkniso. Secretary.
may CSdJtw to june 23.
FEED, SALE AND
H AIN STREET,
T n pi epared to accommodate the public with
:; 'os. Carriages, Buggies and a No. 1 Hearse
hort notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
. ' i run to.t he steamboat landing, and to all part
vie city when desired.
.?. auary 1. Is71 diwtf.
Plows! Plows! Plows! Plows!
HVaymnn e& Curtis.
Tancs pleasure in announcing to the
r-uMic that thes have secured the servi
ces of that Pioneer Plow Manufacturer.
.Who is now engaged in their shop manufactur
ir.rj a better article, at lower prices, than can be
i. 1 'rom any eastern manufactury. One great
! :- ;.Ttage gained by patronizing this firm id
i you not oniy get a better .-rticle at home
rricr- but you are patronizing HUME MANU
''AC I'KK. where every i)o)t of the money
.f,in the State. iqi rthMdAv. t!
These mills have been recently refitted with
neio Hoiler and Macninerv, and I am now pre
pared to do
Custom Work Every Day.
SThc very best article of floor kept con
stantly on hand. The highest pro- pid for
wheaU A. WHEEL AND.
We ask the attention of the public to the
stork ot sprinft goods we are opening. We have
taken great ca-e in the se'eetion of none but
firt-rl iroorls an1' fro"- fi-st burols. we huv s
low as they can be had in the market for cash.nad
we "hall sell at prices that we cuarentee will
trive entire satisfaction to all who may Rive us a
call, come and see and von will be convinced.
CLARK JSc PLUMMtK.
Sold Since their Introduction
The Most Successful
POPULAR AND PZRFECT
ARE OUR WELL KNOWN
' '" jiiV
Beinjr of the simplest Construction, are easily
managed and guaranteed to give
As no artiel in the household has a preater
influence in promoting the health, comfort and
happiness of the family eirele than the 'w'k
Stove, it i conomvas well as policv tt tet the
VEKY BEST; and in buving the CHAHTKR
OAK. you can rely on irett inp the most success
tul. popular aud perfect Cooking Stove ever
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
612 and 614 North Main Street,
ST- LOUIS. MO
LIVE SJOCK DEALERS LIKE
E. T. DUKE & CO.,
PL ATTS M 0 UT1 1, S E li II AS K A
Sells the Best and Latest Improved
ClOMPRISIXa the celebrated Champion
J Reaper and Mower. Russelle Reaper and
Mower. Massi'lon Thresher, on-l th" world re
nowned Marsh Harvester, and Milburn Wagon
Molinc Corn Planter. Enterprise Cultivator,
Kidinit and Walking combined, also the Eagle
Walking cultivator. Stubble and Dreakiufc
A. C. Mayfield and Charles Viall,
F. J. Metteer.
Plattsmouth Neb. march 29dwtf.
Mrs. J. B. Wiseman, vs. Michael Murphy, be
fore A. L. Child, Probate Judge in and for
ON the 24th day of April A. D. 1S71 said jus
tice issued an order of ttachinent in the
above action for the sum ot S;!o.
Mast. J. B. Wiseman. By her Atty.
Mamjuett S TBONG. mayllw3
IOR SALE. Three acre of land adjoining
the city on the nonth. can be had ehei for
e.ih. For pnrfi.'u!n- ri:v: -t the i.i-kwc
la now rupplied with
Good P-Jew Presses
JOB T YiPIE.
ARE 1 XVI TED TO CALL
E X A M I EN E S P C I M E N S
Koek Eluffs, lleb.
Spring Term Commences
fiiarch 21st, 1871.
Pupils of eitbersex will receive thorough and
systematic instruction here. Particular atten
paid to Primary scholars.
School books furnUhed free of cost to al
GOOD BOARDING CAN BE OBTAINED
AT KEASCNABLE itTES
For terms and particulars address
Ibwtf J. D. PATTERSON.
1 1. tear fj cut Co.
WE would in ite Dealers and the Pub
generally to cili and examine our stock of
before purchasing elsewhere.
Mr. Sargent having had the experience t
twenty years in manufacturing all kinds ol
Soaps, we are confident of giving entire satisfac
tion to all who may favor us with tkeir patron
Soap exchanged for grease, and delivered in
any pa of the city.
Casi .id for rendered t-iJiotr and Ie.a
i Tj'-'i' i.0k" Komi Ward, star FeiTv St.
; Rndif, ebrask Citv.
Ju c l'JA-wtf.
A well Ldowd citizen of our city could
not be found by his friends last evening,
which created some little uneasiness.
Boys who cannot swim thould not go too
near the water to fi.-h.
J. II. Morrison, Eq., editor of the
Valley Times, of Worthington Indiana,
called at the Herald sanctum to-day.
This is his first visit to the far we.t,
and he expresses himself as highly
pleased with the country, and especially
with our wide-awake city.
The State Medical Society paid a just
tribute to the ability of Dr. Livingston
as a man of science by electing him Pres
ident of the Association. There is pro
bably no man in the State who can fill
the position with greater credit to him
self and the Society than can the Dr.
Ladies ! have you ever tried the
"New, Favorite rC. S. I.' WillUton's
Combed Sea I.-land Cotton?" If not,
call for a spool at your dry goods store.
We are pleased to know that we have a
thread, manufactured at home, superior
to any forcigu threads, and can be
bought for the same money ; and we
believe that the ladies of our industrious
town aud vicinity will ive the C. S. I.
a trial, and find the truthfulness of its
superiority. But, remember, this
thread, however good it may be, will
work no m racles; so that in trying this
new favorite be pure that the eye of
your nocdle is lare enough for the
thread to run trough smooth and not
break. Ladies, try it every spool war
ranted to give satisfaction or money re
A small animal, of the canine specie,
"kicked the bucket" at the M. E. festival
last night. A dot-e of poison, ad
ministered by some ruthless fellow, was
the cause of his demise. lie was walk
ing about in front of the pulpit, when
he suddenly sprang from the floor, in a
perpendicular mariner, falling on his head,
lie was carried out, and immediately
In speaking of the recent Legislature
the Chronicle says: "The last Legisla
ture has been induced to take some
hasty steps in legislation, the results of
which, we fear, will be to the injury cf
the State. Many things, which should
have been done, are left to some future
legislature, and the public interests will
suffer, we fear, greatly thereby. Future
investigations might have been avoided,
had proper legislation been had at this
time." We cannot fully agree with the
Chronicle in its strictures on the last
A large number of the citizens of
Louisvil'e precinct were in the city yes"
terday for the purpose of getting a fair
adjustment of their taxes, but they were
too late to accomplish their desires, the
taxes having been delinquent. It ap
pears that by soma kind of agreement
between the differebt as-essors of the
county the people of Louisville and
some other precincts are taxed out of all
proportion, and they sought a fair equal
ization. It appears to us that a county
assessor would be the best equalizer.
The Gillespie Impeachment trial was
yesterday adjourned until the first of
January, 1872, only five members of the
Senate and eleven members of the
House being present. They were unable
to pass any concurrent resolution of ad
journment, not having a quorum, conse
quently the members who were there
simply picked up their traps and left for
home, seeuiinir to tii'tik the great ojbect
of the prolonged session had been ac
complished when they convicted Butler
and left the interests of the State in the
hands of his successor.
The Dakota City JIt!l comes to us
greatly enlarged but we do not agree that
it is improved. The one side printed in
Chicago or some o'her foreign point is
made up of matter which is of little in
terest to the readers of local papers.
Home papers and home industry should
be sustained. Chron'clc.
Our wide-awake friend I. L. Brown,
of Greenwood, has our thanks for addi
tional names to our weekly subscription
The Chronicle fnys Rev. J. Stickney
Haskell left for the west last Tuesday.
Our worthy P. 31. informs us that
daily mail service will be commenced on
the 1st of July between this city and
Troy, Kansas, via Nebraska City,
Brownville, etc. This is a much needed
change in our mail arrangements, for
which we presume our people are indebt
ed to Senator Hitchcock.
Experience of a. t ats County Farmer.
Mr. Wm. Altaffer, one of the trost
extensi.se farmers of the South Weeping
Water informs us that he has in one
hundred and forty acres of Winter
Wheat, which he thinks will average
forty bushelto the acte. Mr. Altaffer
has raised winter wheat on his farm on
Weeping Water successfully for the past
six years,, and has .never had a failure,,
and not even a short crop except when
injufed by grasshoppers. He gives us
the following comparative statement
which demonstrates the advantage of
raising winter wheat instead of Spring
In 1SG9 his winter wheat averaged
37 J bushels to the acre, while his spring
wheat, with the same chance and in the
same field only yielded eleven bushels to
the acre. In 1870 his spring wheat only
averaged five bushels to thee acre, while
the winter wheat averaged twenty-one
bushels. He is a firm believer in Win
ter Wheat, and propose putting in 240
acres this season, commencing in August.
He says his experience during the past
six years has thoroughly convinced bim
that winter wheat can be as successfully
cultivated in Nebraska as in any part of
the world. There are about a thousand
acres ef winter wheat in the immediate
neighborhood of Mr. AI'afF.ir's fcrm, all
lookipsr remarkably veil.
itCBl'lLUISU OK Tilt. AM LIM.
The bill authorizing the rebuilding of
the Insane Asylum at Lincoln has passed
and become a law, naming Hon Samuel
Maxwell, of this county, Wm. E. Hill
Esq., of Otoe county, and Dr. Scott, of
Lancaster county as commissioners. We
are not personally acquainted with Dr
Scott but two better men for this pur
pose than Messrs. Maxwell and Hill
could not have been f.und in the State.
They are men in whom the people have
the utmost confidence.
CATHOLIC KF.SI IV4L.
The festival last evening at Fitgerald's
Hall, under the supervision of the la
dies of the Catholic Church, was a com
plete success both socially and financialh.
The attendance was large, the receipts
abundant, the strawberries and icecream
were luscious, the music (by the John
son Bros.') was excellent, the dancing
pleasant, and the ladies in attendance
were all pretty as pinks. What more
could be asked to make the occasion just
what it was designed to be.
asdv M'i:aki:i ii.
-Andy Johnson says of the Xew De
parture : "Our policy is to keep quiet on
the Constitutional Amendments, and
watch our opportune to amend them in
the future. I am notroing to say, and
no other Democrat should say, that he
accepts the reconstuction measures and
amendments as finalities, and that no at
tempt will be made in the future to get
rid of them in a lawful and peaceful
mar.ner. We should cot commit our
selves to any such absurd doctriue, and
for us to say that we will forever close
our lips against these iniquities is d d
The Ladies of the Catholic Church
wish to tender their sincere thanks to the
citizens of Plattsmouth for their kind
patronage on last night.
They are happy to inform all their
kind friends that the Festival was a per
fect success, both iu a social and financi
To all who took an active part in help
ing us, we are truly grateful.
To John Fitzgerald, Esq., we owe our
especial gratitude for the free use of his
To Prof. Johnson we return our thanks
for his grand music ; and last, though
not least, we thank the Herald for the
kindness always extended to us. And
we hope at no distant day to meet al
our kind friends again and renew the
pleasent remembrance of last evening.
THE Si. E. lESTIVAt.
The festival at the M. E. Church last
night, under the management of the
ladiss of that denomination, was a very
pleasant affair, and well attended. At
an early hour the church was filled with
ladies and gentlemen, and soon after
everything began to move on at a lively
rate. Ice cream and strawberries were
served in abundance. The church was
amply fitted for promenading, and many
cf the assembly passed a portion of
their time in that way. Vocal and in
strumental music was furnished. A
stand, near the pulpit, was crowned
with beautiful bouquets of flowers, which
were disposed of very rapidly. We
were unable to learn the amount of the
receipts, but would judge them to be
We have received a specimen of peat
from the beds near Seward, which seems
to be a very good article. Thj specimen
is taken from a bed two and a half miles
from Seward, which is eight feet in
thickness, under a soil of about three
inches, and extends over about eight
acres. There is another bed of twenty
acres within three miles of Seward
which has been pronounced an excellent
article ol peat. The specimen in our
possession was taken from the farm of
Mr. Anderson. Should these beds prove
as good an article as they are now be
lieved to be they will be of vast benefit
to that portion of the State. It is hoped
those interested in the lands where these
beds are, will take steps to ascertain the
real value of them for uel, and report to
the public through the columns of the
Eoys Mill Destroyed-Loss about
Seward, Neb-, June 5th, 1S71.
Ed. Herald: On Saturday night
about ten o'clock we were awakened with
the intelligence that Mr. Boye's Mill was
Milking into the river.
The citizens hastened to the spot and
worked hard to save the wheat and oth
er grain that was in the mill. The loss
will amount to about $1,000. The mill
was built on a bed of soap stone, and as
is now discovered, the soap stone rested
on a led of quicksand about twelve or
eighteen inches thick.
The water from the dam washed out
the quicksand and underminded the mill,
which sank down, and the dam bursted
and swept away the lower part of the
mill. The floors which were filled with
grain gave way and precipitated the
grain into the water.
There was about 300 bushels of wheat
en bins, which is a total loss ; besides
about one hundred sacks full, which
were wet and badly damaged The frame
of the mill now stands in a very precari
ous condition, as the least wind will up--etit.
A Colored lan Carves n Tentsn.
A difficulty arosa last night, yi an up
town saloon, between a colored man and
a German, and the German came out of
the melee with his figurehead considera
bly mutilated, although there seems to
be no legal knowledge as to who wa the
supervi ing artist. The coat bolons
ing to the colored man was found cn
Main street this morning ba l'y torn and
very bloody where it is supposed t
have been left ly the man who received
thocuts. The vro-r-ds are act consid
ered dsngfrou?. '
D. II. "VVIIE Lt.K
Ei. T. DUKE & CO?
A T FO O T UF 6 1 REET.
W holesale .t Retail Deileru in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
IRON. STEEL fMAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, Ac.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
CHARTER OAK, .
L O YA L C O OK
And Other First-Class Cooking;
All kinds of Heating Stoves.
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stiring and Breaking Plows
At Net Cose for Cash.
Our price's are aa low as any house in the
Pounds of Wool Want at
FOR WHICH THE
Migfiest JPric-e will bo
IN GOODS Oil MONEY.
Onr goods 'vl',' lm f'iuii.1 well w.irth a tria
itnil to he in e cry respect ns we n present o
(!ku, 'as rolor?, Mipcrior finih, aud us they are
all ool, ar.d no shoddy. Witste or flyings used
in .hi ir inauut'.ic ure, we guarantee satisfaction
as to tlitir durability
Parties ordering trooria in exchange for word
are assured ot Ri tii'.'K them at ihe very lowest
pr.ee. '1 hisi de-iring iheir wo 1 manufactured
into rolls in- sinie yarn wi'd have it returned
immediately without charges fordrayage to and
tioill the icp(it.
Fri" e for eardinjrK'e ; carding, spinning and
ruliliir, '2: per pound.
Satisfaction niveu in all respects. Samples
of (roods sent and price? given when requested
V.'e m iuutacturc and keep constantly on
hand the largest tock of woolens to be found in
the west, com-isting of cnsiiueres, tweeds, 6-4
l'e!led clothe, sittitiet s, Jeans, plain and
plaid flannels, grey snd white blankets, Blocking
yarn, single or iluuble. in nil colors. Ac.
Vo would invite the attertiou of 'armors to
this advertisement would perfer wocl for our
goods to money, and will give you better bar
gains 'Jian you ca get elsewhere.
iive usa cill. or tnd your wool.
Factory, North Third Street.
GEO. BUELL & CO.
Aprii 14 wfim-
BARNES & POLIiOCK.
REAL K3TATK "AXD ,'lNSCRAN'CE AGENT-
COMPLETE ABSTRACT .OF TITLE
Co all Lots and Lands in Cass county Neb
raska. ",0fnee w'.th Maxwell & Chapman, Attor
neys at Law, l'lattsmouth, Nebraska
J. Uarnes. Tho obl;e
CABIPJET fwlAKE i
And dealer in all kind ot .
Furniture & Chairs.
main street, (third door west of P 0
Repairing and Varni.-hing neatly done.
Funerals t tended at the shortest notice.
STHEI6HT & MURPHY,
Harness, Sadies, Whips
Particular attention given to the manufacture
of fine harness.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE ON
i'litt-mouth, - - - Ntlra.'-ka
! JN. P. Tut C!thri.tei Vacuum Oil Blosnkiag
coc j o".J" cn hn'i d;lrtt
E. T. DtriCE.
f i ' i p pi M m pi
One Year - -Three
Month - -
One Year - -Six
Months - -
is the; oxly oxe giving
COMPLETE JEIVS FROM
THE GREAT WEST
BET WE EX
Now Offers tlie
BEST AD VER T1SIXG MED I UM
West of the
It is reui by Farmers, Merchants Me
chanics, Contractors, Stock Dealers,
Kailroad Men, Business Men,
E VJ3JR VJB OD .
Weeping Water, Neb.
QUEEN a WARE,
HATS. CAPS BOOTS.
SHOES, NOTIONS, Ac,
PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUilLER.
SHINGLES AND LATH.
We are Asect? for
Wilicox &. Cibr-3 Sewing Machine,
Thich U undoubtedly the oct Machine now in
Tulien up by the subscriber in Loufcviile
precio'-i. C'ns eounty on loth day of .lay,oue
lrire ftllv. Ft nni-fii ri h. the,.,. ..1.1
mark or brauds receptnble. Alt-o OLe huy
j tii: sui-rosed to be two years r,, r(i C J,it
i or hriir-d. Mr, : n ve irlius lisht fa 03 v.
! wh.ie lace one toot white.
Prescriptions carefully com pounded by iirt-
Remember the jdai e. tbr'c door wet t f t'.u
Ilcriiiit oll'.-e: l'latt.'iuoutli, NeliraAjii.
Repairer" of Stcatn Engine!!, Boiler;, t'aw a:i i
lias and St earn Fittinps, WroucM Iron l'ire.
Force and Tift l'timi"", jsionin Gauijci, nluuc
Valve Governor, aud all kiudd of
Brass Engine Fitting
furnished on short notice,
Repaircdon short notice.
wholesale: and retail
e'.vins and has on hand (at tli
tnJ of White Jc 13uttery
Soum tide Main. Street, PUttsuioutl), Neb.
THE LARGEST AND
Stock of Praps, Medi'dne, Pitirit, Cbfmir'.'il.-!
Lead. Viirnish. Cml Oil. Ki.-:h Oil, Min li'iin
Oil, Gurplinn Oil. Ciistor Oil. Neut"fot,t
Oil. Whale Oil, Linced Oil, Lard
Oil, l? ntialOil. Cod l.ivcrUil,
and a larpe variutv o -o-tiuii?,
aud ioilet Article,
UalT-i I :hrir tic-H Mr
Lain'x. MmveV, linker'?
Vitar'd, WriulitV, Wake
field, OnvKi.tt'.J. 1'trry Jlavi,-'
IiobaokV, I'cti'tV, Mri. WiiiMowV
Dr. Wincnell'H tetter'?, Jrako'.-
Wnllace'H. West's and ol t he mo-t popular
Patent Medicines in Ufe at the present day.
Brandies Wines and Whiskie
Of the Ecft Oradus and qualities, strict ly lot
Fed or Ro.e, Green, Iilue, Rlack, Annlipe, In
digo, Madder, Extract Loewoo l. l)iy
Wood. Ac. In fact everything
t hat i.-i nt'ede J in t lie drug
or Medical line.
Acfully compounded and put up at al! hour
fjl Iru(r.J watrented fre-h and pure. Call l
ore buying, and xee what I have to sell.
l'lattxnouth. Feb. 26th.dAwtf.
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,'
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AKD AT ALL TElCeS.
rIetalFc Burial Cases.
OP ALL SIZES.
Ready Vc.de, and Sold Chcip for Cali.
W ith many thanks for raat patronage. I i
vite all to call and exaine uiy laro stock of Fu .
niture and CetEns. janiStf.
J. T. A. HooTer,)
vf; -, -T Eiaery WL'son.
Lmrey i!son, )
You arc l.reby noiificd that -t ultachmpfir
was Utued by in fuvor of t. eal ore plaintiU'
ai.l ;aiut the above i amed defendant lor l'u
cutii oi euhtp-eu-ht dollars aud forty uro cpms
ai -l itt t, r Monday, Junu 2l tk. A. l. 1-71,
hi 10 o cioca a. m. otsdi.i d:iv l.;..i,
, . ...a, v., LliB
j.iU'':r.rnt w.ii be rciiur-.rnl o.-aini-t ..u i vo .
mi not appear and tho cai'.-e tha - ' ' '
I ot-eu in c. d.v l,f.r,d thi "-
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