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7N( BEST III THE VVORLD.cJT
Zexr York OSes, 27 BEEKMAU STL
TO BUILDERS- OTHERS
THE PLATTSMOUTH STONE
Aro prepared to supply the public with lime of
the best quality, at their works, at the rates of
Tiii rt cent per Bushel
And when barrelled twenty-live cents extra
will te harmed per barrel.
Ordt-rs can bo Iclt with J. W. Shannon. PIjUs
luoutb. Nebraska, or addressed to ihe subscri
ber ilox 010. I'lattsusontu Neb.
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Uayman J Curtis.
Repairers of Steaia EnBtnes, Boilers, Saw and
Gss and Hteam Fittings, AVroupht Iron Pipe,
Force und Till Pumps, Menm tiaugej, alauce
Valve Uovcrnors, and all kinds of
Bras Engine Fitting s,
furnished on short notice,
'Xepair J' on xbort notice.
niuir TREES ! !
NEBRASKA, CITY NEB.
Fall of 1871
30.000 Apple trees, 1 to 4 years o.d, 5 o 25 cts
4.000 Pear trees, 1 to 3 years old, 10 to 59 cts
3.000 Cherry trees, .1 o3 years old, 10 to 50 cts.
"o.OOO Peach trees, 5 cents each .
P0.cs ki Osae lledtre plants il.bO p?r. in.
oO.tfW Honey Locust, S- 0 0 per m.
Lvergreeus ami Urnaineutal shrubbery. Hosts,
Hahlius, flowering plants in ercat variety. Tu
lips, Hyacinths. Crocecses, Lillies, ic, ready
for fall planeing.
Terms Cnsh at (he Xnrnery.
Address, J. W. PEARiV.AN.
Nebraska City, Neb.
49Como and see your trees dug out of the
vial sept. 1 w Jc d 3 m.
Taken op by the underpinned rn his premif--..
tnree miles south of i'lattsmouth, inrue
Lead of Ases. One is a lipht dun color, the
other a dark brown with a dun colored colt ; no
uarks or brands perceptible.
I&ew j!xI,Kr Goofis,
AND NEW FIRM
Call anil sec Iiow cheap CJoofU caw be sold
TODD & EATON'S,
Dry Goods, Groceries? Clothing, Notions
AND FANCY GOODS. ALSO-
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Agents for Ogans, I'ianos, Melodeons, and Sewing Machines of all Best JlakersJ
ITIniii Street, Opposite Brooks Honc.
2lattsmoutJi.9 - J"ehras&i
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price will he paid. Sept. 7th, w 3 ui.
Vholesalo Dealers in
WINKS. LIQUORS AND BRANDIES
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AIN SfKlSKf, ONE DOOlt WEST OF 'J
Thos. W. Shryock,
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main 3TRBKT, (third door west of P O
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Highest Price Paid for Fat Cattle
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Oct. 4 diwtf
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HE RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE
j. 11 BUTTERY
WHOLESALE AKO BETjLtt
Is receiving and bn on hand (at tho
old stand of White Si Butterys)
Souta side Main Street, Plattsmouth. Neb-
THE LARGEST AND
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Lead. Vnrpish. Cnl Oil. Fish Machine
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Wistar's, Wright', Wake
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Wallace's, West's and oi the most popular
Patent Medicines iu use at tho present day.
Brandies Vines and Vhiskie
Of the Best Grades and nn.-ilitipa. Rtricflv fnr
Bed or Rose, (Ireen, Blue, Black. Annline. In
digo. Madder, Extract Logwood. Dry
Woods, ic. In fact everything
that is needed in the drug
or Medical line.
Carefully v pounded and put up at all hour
All Drugs wa, rented fro?h and pure. Call bo
fore buying, and see what I have to sell.
Plattsuionth. Feb. 2oth.dJtwtf.
Will Find Good Acconjniodations at tbe
Farmer's Feed Stable
Corner of Sixth and Vine Street. One bUck
Noth of the Presberiac Church, Plattsmouth
P. D. BATES.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE AND
I am prepared to accommodate the pnblic with
Horses. Carriages. Buggies and a No. 1 Hearse
on short notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
will run UXthcsteam boat landing, and to all part
ofthe city when desired.
January 1, 1871 d.tewtf.
ItAPPY Reiir for Young Men, from the
effects of Eirors and Abuses iu early life. Man
hood restored. Nervous debility curt d. Im
pediments to Mrriag? romuvel. Sew method
of treatment. New aud remarkable remeuioH.
Books and Circulars sent free, in sealed envel
opes. Addre. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
outhinthSL, hUadeJ phia. Pa.
CKtW tb, w 1 y .
A correspondent of the Liucoli Jour
nal thinks the proposition of the 3Iid
land company to locate their machine
shops at Lincoln would not amount to
much, for he says they operate their
present line with only a blacksmith shop
at Nebraska. City, which gives employ-
mint to three men.
The general impression among men
who are posted, is that the proposition
to vote Lancaster county bonds to aid in
the construction of the Midland road
west from Lincoln will be voted down by
a large majority.
James Sweet fc Brock, of Lincoln,
have received a charter for a State Na
tional Dank at that place.
Iles.ser has an abundance of winter
flowers, and a fair supply of celery.
Both articles should be .kept in every
well regulated household.
The Statesman says Dr. Larsh should
be removed because he is not a compe
tent physiciaa. .The people of Nebraska
City, where the Dr. has lived and prac
ticed his profession for the past twelve
years, will be under lasting obligations
to the Statesman for this information ;
and we doubt not the State Medical So
ciety of Nebraska will vote that sheet a
leather medal for its discovery in de
tecting an impostor as a leading member
of their society.
We learn from the Chronicle that the
people of the river precincts iu Otoe, are
arousing to the importance of the Trunk
railroad, and the prospect is fair that
they will render a reasonable amount of
aid to whatever interest or company will
construct the road. At a meeting of
business men held a few days since com
mittees were appointed to collect ship
ping and other statistics with a view to
laying them before the Railroad inte
rests of St. Louis, as an argument in
favor of the road.
Tho Missouri river has fallen about
four feet during the past week. If it
contiues for another week there won't be
a pint cup full of water left.
Maj. Wheeler has a pair of Cashmere
Goats that are believed to be religiously
inclined, at leasfc Mr. Stephen Wiles,
who is keeping them, is of that opinion.
They entered tha house recently and
lierally devoured Mr. Wiles' bible and
hymn book, only leaving a few mutilated
scraps of the covers.
Murphy, Collector of the port of New
York, 'has eent in his resignation. lie
protests his innocence of all charges of
fraud, but says he resigns his position
in order that no imputations may be cast
upon tho President in consequence of
Prof. L. F. Johnson has made ar
rangements for openimr a first-class mu
sic store, in our city, where he will keep
a full line of instruments. Those who
contemplate purchasing will do well to
wait until he opens.
.Ye understand Prof. Guun, and his
pupils, contemplate giving a concert at
no distant day.
From the way our new County Clerk
was "sailing in" at the Festival, last
evening wj expect soon to hear some
Democratic paper cry '"fraud in the
Clerk's oSce." "Dan." always was a
favorite among thu girls.
A German, named Conrad Callenbock,
committed suicide recently on Logan
Creek, in Dodge county, where he re
sided. Cause, melancholy.
The recent cold weal her has checked
work on the new Baptist Church, but it
will be resumed again in the ccursc of a
We learn that parties from Derby,
England, contemplate erecting exten
sive pottery works at Capt. Iloover'n
place, Louisville, early next priDg.
Why cannot Plattsmouth make an effort
to secure tho location of the establish
ment here, and have the clay shipped?
It would be a "big thinj" for our city.
If you want a good fet of harness
that will not rip, a blanket for your
horse, any repairs or harness fixtures,
don't fail to sec M. B. Murphy. His
6tcck is complete, and prices low, and
you will always find "Mike." on hand
reaJy'to serve his customers. See his
advertisement in another column.
According to the Ottumwa Courier,
Mississippi is a "huge" oil Itcpullijan
State with a rousing big Legislature.
It fays :
"Mississippi went Republican, at the
recent election by 20,000 majority, on
joint ballot, in the Legislature."
Workmen are engaged moving Jos.
Schlater's Jewelry Store out to the cor
ner of Main and Fourth streets. Prof.
Johnson will occupy a portion of the
building with his Music Store.
The meeting at Eight Mile Grove
Baptist Church is still in progress, with
no indications of closing. Many conver
sions are resulting from the meeting as
the ageucy of the Great Ruler of the
A fair number of farmers were in town
to-day trading, which makes our mer
chants look as "happy as a big eun
Died, near Plattsmouth, on Nov. 22d,
1871, Ed son S. , infant son ef Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Walker, nged 7 years, 2
months and 7 days.
The Journal, of Lincoln, favor.lvoting
bonds to the Midland, and thinks it
should Le done for the reason that tho
line may fall into the hands of the B. &
M. Co., unless something of the kind is
The Rulo Register has suspended, and
Buell devotes his entire energies and un
divided blackguardism to the Richardson
Our fellow townsman C. E. Forgy, is
engaged in the book canvassing busi
ness in the lower part the State.
The people of Nebraska City are now
taking hold of the Trunk R. R. enter
prise in a way that will insure success, if
we ar not mistaken.
Oil YES t
A few eans of prime select Oysters,
can be had at the Express office at the
ruinously low price of 65 cents a ca.n.
They are just received, are well packed
in ice, and are as fresh as the day they
went into the cans.
THE MACOV FESTIVAL
Last night was a success. We have not
learned the amount of receipts, but
judging from the numbers present they
must have been quite handsome. The
supper was excellent, the singing de
lightful, and social harmony prevailed
throughout. The prize pipe vrai carried
off by J. N. Wise, Esq., Master of Ma
coy Lodge, at a cost of $58.00. The cup
was voted to Miss Fletcher, at figures
which we did not learn. The whole af
fair was pleasant, and those who had
charge of it are entitled- to credit for
their exertions to please the people.
The Johnson Bro. seemed quite popu
lar uear midnight, and had it not been
already decreed otherwise we thiuk they
would have been voted the pipe.
, AN EXTENSIVE WORK.
Some idea ofthe great work of adver
tising Nebraska and Iowa by the B. &
M. t. R. Co., may be formed when we
say that, aside from all the various
posters, cards, circuits, maps and other
ordinary appliances for advertising,
which arc used by them in great profus
ion, there is scarcely an issue of the
leading London or Liverpool papers that
docs not contain well written articles,
varying in length from three inches to
three colums, thowing the great advan
tages to be gained by English laborers
and capitalists in emmigratiug to the
great west. While these articles are
written and published for the general
good, yet they are the best and most
effective advertisements that Nebraska
and Iowa could have; and show conclu
sively that this region of country is at
tracting general attention in the coun
tries across the water.
3f ANOXIC FESTIVAL,
At the last regular meeting of Platts
mouth Lodge, No. 6, A F & A. M., ar
rangements were made for holding their
regular Annual Festival, on the 27th of
December. These occasions are alwa3s
looked forward to as a peculiar- bright
spot in the lives of many of our
citizens. They are attended by a large
number of people who never attend any
other kind of Festival or social gather
ing. The following committees were ap
pointed by the Lodge :
On General Management R. R. Liv-
inston. J. F. Johnson, Jacob Yallery,
Jr., M. B. Murphy, A. d'Allemand.
On Music and Printing : R. R. Liv
ingston, II. D. Hathaway, J. W. Mar
shall. On Decoration J. F. Johnson, F. E.
Wh te, N. L. Thatcher.
On IJall Jacob Yallery, Jr. W. J.
White, C. W. King.
On Invitation $1. B. Murphy, F. S.
White, P. E. Ruffner,
On Reception Adolphas d'Allemand,
F. Stadter, J. D. Simpson.
JAMES SWT.F.T INDICTED.
Under the heading of indictments by
the U. S. Grand Jury at Omaha, the
RtpuUica i of Thursday morning con
tains the following paragraph, which
will probably be a matter of astonish
ment to many people in Nebraska :
"Uni tad States vs. James Sweet, in
dicted for embezzling $0,243.21, on the
31st or March, 1S67, while Collector ot
Internal Revenue at Nebraska City."
The Omaha Herald is still engaged in
trying to make colored men believe that
Democrr.ts are their true friends, and
cites as an evidence the fact that Fred.
Douglas did not receive as large a vote
as some other Republ can candidate at
the same election. Will the Uerald tell
its readers how many democrats voted
for Mr. Douglas at the same election. It
is said " the proof of the pudding is in
the eating thereof."
The Democracy don't take kindly to
Charles Sumner as their caulidatefor
President in 1872, no more than they
will to Gratz Brown. The fact that Re
publicans disagree on questions of im
portance or unimportance docs not help
the cause of Democracy so lon as Loth
parties disagree entirely with the Demo
cratic idea of national affairs.
It is said that Brother Brigham has
$21,000,000 deposited in the Bank of
England. This will support his numer
ous wives and children for many moons.
The Nebraska City Chronicle attempt
ed to be witty at the expense of our city
last week, because it was cold here and
pleasant there, and in less than an hour
after it issued the item a severe storm
set in at that place and came near freez
ing all their whisky and
thus proving a terrible public calamity
by causing a temporary suspension ef
business. The Chronicle should not for
get the story of Elijah and the bears.
The Omaha Republican and Herald
having discussed the merits of various
New England and Southern men, have
at last got down to a point where they
can talk intelligently, being on a subject
which comes within their cmn prehension.
They are now discussing the dog ques
tion, as to whether he really stopped,
and if so what for, and whether or no
ho would have caught the rabbit, if he
had not stopped. We advise those who
are taking said papers to file them away
carefully during this inseresting discus
sion, and have them bound for future
family and Sunday School reading.
Wood, of the Winnesheik Democrat,
advertises as follows: "The weather is
winterish, and wood will be taken on
subscription; likewise anything that will
do to raise a little Wood with."
Some one told Jem Mace that he
should make innumerable conquests
among the fair sex because of his stal
wart proportions ; whereupon the great
boxer replied : "My eyes, if I wanted to
make the women spoon on me I would
go and be a piano-player."
The smallest loss in the Chicago fire
was the burning out of 163 quack doc-,
Tbe Maatonie Sign.
At an inn in the West of England,
several people were sitting round th fire
in a large kitchen, through which there
was a large passage to other parts of tho
house, and among the company there
was a traveling woman and a tailor.
Iu this inn there was a lodge of Free
and Accepted Masons held, and it being
lodge night, several of the members
passed through the kitchen on their way
to the lodee apartments. This intro
duced observations on the principles of
Masonry, and the occult sign by which
Masons could be known to each other."
The woman said there was not so
much mystery as people imagined, for
she could show anybody the Mason's
"What," said the tailor, "that of the
Free and Accepted?"
"Yes, taid she, "and I will wager a
half-crown bowl of punch, to be decided
by any of the members you please to
"Why," said he, "a woman was never
admitted ; how is it possible you can
know the siun ?"
"No matter for that," she added, "I
will readily forfeit the wager if I do not
establish the fact."
The company urged the unfortunate
tailor to acceptthe challenge, which he at
last aereed to. aud the bet wasdeposited.
The woman got up and took hold of
the tailor Ly the collar, faying :
"Come, follow me;" which he did
trembling, fearing he was to undergo
some part of the discipline in the mak
ing of a mason, of which he had heard
a most dreadful report.
She led him into the street, and point
ing to tho sign of the "Lion and tho
Lamb," asked him whose sign it was.
He answered that "it was Mr. Lor
derV( the name of tho innkeeper).
"Is he a Freemason."
"Then," said the women, "I have
shown you the sign of a Free and Ac
The lauxh was much against poor
snip for being taken in, that it was with
some difficulty he could be prevailed on
to partake of the punch.
Theodore Tilton is giving a lecture on
"Home Sweet Home," to audiences,
who are led to wish he would stick to his
Miss Kane, of Baltimore, set out to
write a list of the wrongs of women,
but found so many of them that she was
driven to the conclusion that women suf
for a wrong in being born at all. This
disposes of tho whole question in a nut
shell. The newest word out is itzecuintepoi
zothe, and it means in English a man
who can't take a joke, and "gets his
back up" at the merest trifle. Its Mexi
can definition is a hunchback dog.
Before hanging a man in Louisana
they let from fifteen to forty reporters
"interview" him for three week.-. The
poor fellow is then not only willing but
anxious to be hung.
A clergyman was asked whether the
mem! ers ot his church were united.
He replied that they were perfectly
unted -frozen together.
A traveler says that outside of the
Established Church he heard not a sin
gle minister in England read his sermon.
Spurge m had but a scrap of paper be
fore him. Dr. Cummins held a small
copy of the New Testament in his hand,
from which he read passages confirming
the views he advanced.
The editor of one of the red-hot Tem
perance papers down iu Indiaua, never
leaves an opportunity to punch
up the whisky fellows. The office at
wbich the inside of his paper was print
ed was burned up at Chicago. The pro
fane press of the Slate jeered at him be
cause his insides were burned out, to
which he nolemnly replied.
"Gur paper had "its insides burned
out by the Chicago fire last week, but
that was nothing for editors to make
sport of, whose -insides are burned out
with "rot gut whisky.'' Our injuries
aro repaired, while theirs are kindling
for the fire that is not quenched. Jour
nal. JOSEPH SCHLATER
ESTABLISHED IX 1S61.
teSftTS DEALER IN
SILVER AND I'BATED WARE,
UOLI) l'EXS HPCTACLE3.
VIOLIN STRINGS AXD
Watch e. Clocks aud Jewelry repaired neatly
ind with dispatch.
e-Kemoved to opposite Platte Valley House
M';Str t. nov. luwtf.
Taken up by the subscriber, one-half mile
from Weeping Water Bridge, in Avoca pri
cinct, one b iy mare about 14 bands high,
the left eye blind, snip on the end of the
nose, supposed to be siz years old.
Oct. 24th w5.
"Luxuries of Modern Travel."
In these days the tate ofthe Traveling Pub
lic has become exceedingly fastidious. In order
to obtain their patronage, a Railroad line must
be able to insure Safety. Speed and comfortable
transportation, by possessing the necessary qualf
fication8of a.first-cla38 equipment of coaches and
locomotives, a solid road-bed and heavy iron
Pullman's Pallace Sleeping curs, Pullman',
dining cars, a direct route, good connections and
Tbe Burlington route is making every effort to
possess all these qalifications to a high degree,
and offers a route to all points east, west, north
uoath, by means of its connections as follows:
i. At Omaha with the I'ncifin roads.
I. At Plattsmouth with the B. A M. R. R., ia
3. At Hamburg, with the St Joseph Railroad
for all points in Kansas, &e.
4. At Ottumwa. with the Des Moines Valley
and north Missouri railroads.
5. At Burlington with the B.. C. R. A M, R.
R., for Davenport, Muscatine, tee.
6. At Monmouth, with th It. R. I. & St. L.
and Western Union Railroads, for St. Paul, and
points in the north, and for St- Louis and points
in the south.
7. At Peoria, with the short line Blooming
ton route to Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville
and all points south and east.
3. At Peoria, with theT P. & W. R. R for
Logan-port, Columbux. Ac.
9. At Mendotir, with all the Illinois Central.
10. At CHICAGO, with all Trunk lines for the
So better advice can be given then, than to
Tat the Burlington Route." dtf.
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Qllonse anJ Sign Painter, Graining, paper
banging and ornamental Painting. Urdera
prpuipily tilled, fehop north of Pricea Black
smith Shop. oo7d3m.
C. IIE1SHL, Proprietor.- Having recently bea
repaired and placed in thorough running order.
lUO.UUO Bushels of Wheat wanted immediately
for which the hisheet muarket price will h paid
D BALER IN
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
or all PMacairrioK am it at all raiOM.
Metalic Burial Cases.
OF ALL, SIZES.
Ready Made, and gold Cheap for Ctuih.
With many thanks for past patronage. I In
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GHOGEMES & PROVISIONS !
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Where you can buy almost every tLing
At the lowest Prices for cash. Highest
price paid for Country Produce,
Butter, Chickens, &C &c.
Goods Delivered in the City
Free of Charge.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED THJS
At his new stand On Main Street, between 4tk
and 6th south i''.e, where be ia ready
to serve all hit! old customer, and
as luany new ones as may give
I keep on band nothiag but tho very
BEST OF MEATS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID rOR
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SContra;ts made lor furnishing large quaa
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Call and see us.
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Weeping Water Nebraska.
lioota, and Shoes,
Hats, and Caps.
Agricultural Impliments of all kinds. Weir r
"I X L" Cultivators, Union Corn Planter
?randctour and Princeton Plows, Ac Ac adinf.l
jorum, all of which we otter to the public at the
oweet retail prices.
All j?ooc1.h Warranted
9-Our eoiutant aim will be to sell so low
will lie to thepoitive advantage of every tmt
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Weeping Water, Nebraska.
arcs as 1
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HATS, CAPS BOOTS. .
SHOES, NOTIONS, to.,
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