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andthjsnut. St. Louis, 3io. uec.awiy
TO BUILDERS OTHERS
THE PLATTS MOUTH STOfE
Are prepared to supidv tho public with lime of
.he best iuality. at their works, at tho rates of
Thirty cent per Bushel
-And when barrelled twenty-Eve cents extra
Viil be charged per iuirri-I.
Orders cau be leli wi J. W. Shannon. Platts
joouth. Nebraska, or addressed to the subscri
ber Box td.0. I'lattsmouth Neb.'
J. B. BAMB. Prcs't.
F!atts:couih. Sutce and Limo Co,
MACH!r$ E SHOP!
Jlepaircrs of Steam Engines, Boilers. Saw and
Gaa and Steam Fittinirs. Wrought Iron Pipe,
Force and Tift Pumps, Steam Gauges, alar.ee
Valve tiovernors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings,
tarnished on short notice.
ttepaire' on thort notice. -- aui-Stl
W. L. TUCKCIi, 7,
SAaPEXTER AXD JOINER, will do tl
in his line on short notice and in the be
. . Contracts for building made on reason a
jtexni Shop one block toctii of I'iutu Val-
BLOOM Bl CO.,
S' DLC0M CO
&!HF RMISKI.VQ GOODS.
BOYS AJYD CHILDREN'S CLOTU1JYG
Hats and Caps, Boots anl Shoes,
GLANKETS, RUBBER?800DS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
ain Street. Second Door East of the Court IIouso
BRANCH HOUSE Broad way.Coucneil Bluffs Iowa.
Vholesale Dealers in
WINKS. LIQUORS AND BRANDIES
IOU15i.E AVCHOB WII1SIIS39 &c.
Bast quality of Cigars and Tobacco always on hand
AH orders promptly attended to.
ALN ril'KEiir. ONE DOOH WEST OF 1 HE RAILKOaD TICKET OFFICE
fioulli Side Maisa street - - Kiiuibcr O
PLAITSOUTH, CaSS GO., . NeB
Ve are opening an
Stock of lall and
Winter goods, juicl rs
Early largely and
We buy from first
Class houses, invariably
For cash, acd have all
The advantages of trade,
Propose to give our
Customers goods at
Prices we know must
And be convinced that
Our stock is complete
And the place to purchase
Dry Good, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Groceries,
Is at Clark fc P'ummer's
Main Street opposite
And dealer in all kinds of
JrFiiniiliire & Chairs.
main street, (third door west of P 0
Plattsmouth - - - Neb
S3 Repairing and Varnishing neatly done.
Funerals ttended at the shortest notice.
4 TIA??Y KJie.' for Yennj Men, from the
cfleots of Errors f.r.d AUutc in curly life. Alan
liod restorea. -erT0us debility cured. liii
pedimcats to Marriage remove!. New method
of treatmect. New and remarkable remedies.
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opes. Address. HOWARD ASSOGI TI0N, 2T0,2
outh Ninth St.. tt.UljI pi
0Jj;i, w 1 y )
3- mem f
Uqw York 02co, 27 EEEKMAN ST.
THE UNDEBiilGNED HAS OPENED THE
STAR MA RKET.
At Lis new sla'iid On Main Street, between 4th
and 6th south side, where bo is ready
to servo ail his old customers, and
us many new ones as may give
him a caJl,
I keep on hand nothing but the very
BEST OF MEATS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
F AT OAYTLE
JKSConfrajts made tor furnishing large quan
tities of meat.
Call and see us.
A. Q. HATT.
FRUIT TREES !
NEBRASKA. CITY NEB.
Fall of ISTi
50.000 Apple trees, 1 to 4 years od, 5 to 23 cts
4. 0J0 Pear trees, 1 to 3 years old, 10 to 50 cts
3.0IX) Cherry trees. 1 o 3 years old. 10 to 50 cts.
7".fH0 Peach trees. 5 cents each.
Kf.lJtiO Osage Hedge plants $1.50 p?r. m.
50.000 Honey Locust, t?. 0i 0 per ui.
Evergreens and Ornamental Shrubbery, ltoses.
Itablias, flowering plants in great variety. Tu
lips, Hyacinths, Croceeacs, Billies, Ac, ready
for tUU planeing.
Terms 'nh t the Xnrsry.
Address, J. W. PtARMAN,
Nebraska Cily, Neb.
3Com e end see Tour trees div- ot;t of th
oaai sept. 1 w Jc U 3 m.
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ST IU THE WORLD. tT
N3 EQB A C19CXA3 .0HN
A man named Wm. Hunter, a rest
dent of Wayue county, Nebraska, was
frozen to death on Saturday, Nov. 25th.
Mi. K. Morgan, of Nebraska City,
agent for the Nebraska RcpuLllain, the
German paper of that city, was in to vu
to-day. Tlie 2?cj)uLb:cut U a sterling
t-heet, ani should be ia the hands of
every German in the State. Mr. Mor
gan will be here agaiu in a short time,
when he will call on our German citizens
and invite them to sub-scribe.
Miss Mary Wilbur, daughter of Col.
Iu II Wilbur, died of Pneumonia at the
residence of Senator Hitchcock iu Oma
ha, last Tuesday. " ;
Charlea Sumner ia about to be recalled
to the chairmanship of the committee of
The Grand Juke is expected in Platts
mouth in tl;e course of a few days, on
his way to his homestead near Water
loo, on the Republican. He is supposed
to own a few shares in the above men
tioned town, and he refuses to part with
them, at any price.
The Nemaha Journal favor?; a session
of the Legislature and a submission of
Work on the new Baptist Church is
progressing rapidly. The frame is up,
and rafters being put on to-day. Rev.
Arnold informs us that the money from
the Home Board has been received.
Our Polish friend, Frank Stadter, has
received a letfer from his friend Tadensz
Czicin.ski, of New York, stating that
whishy went up 50 per cent, since the
Crown Prince Alexis arrived in this
The protracted meeting now in pro- i
gress at the Eight Mile Grove Baptist
Church, is deepening in interest, and 1
man3T are asking the prayers of God's
people and publicly confessing Christ is
The Omaha Bee corrects our state
ment that it favored the calling of an
extra session of the Legislature, and
saj'd it does not favorlt, but only desired
to show the inconsistency of the argu
ments used by its cotemporaries iu op
.' A new railroad project has been start
ed in the interior of Iowa;. leading from
one county seat to another, and it is sitid
that the Ponnrylvania Central Co. back
the enterprise. If they do not it is the
only one in the west that they are not
backing, so far as we have heard, and
there is only "a few precincts yet to hear
Mr. Thomas Hopkins, of Butler
county, accidentally shot himself recently,
in attempting to take his gun from the
wagon the old, old story. He was
Carruth made a picture yesterday
which he calls "The Farmer's Delight,"
and we advise every farmer in the coun
ty to see it before he sells his wheat. It
consists of three persons a farmer with
wheat to sell, and two prominent grain
dealers of Plattsmouth and was pho
tographed from life. Connor got the
Frank Stadter, Esq., has completed a
couple of very nice paintings to be used
in decorating the Episcopal Church for
the holidays. They arc a representa
tion of Cherubims, nd will be visible
through transparent clouds, approaching
the earth, bearing the motto, (in gilt
letters) ''Behold, we bring you glad ti
dings cf great joy.'
There are some thirty or forty cars of
merehan Jise now ou the east side of the
river, besides as many of coal. 1
The President has appointed A. Soule
as postmaster at Beatrie, Nebraska, and
Henry K. Smith as Surveyor of Customs;
The city lias commenced suit against
ex-Mayor Lnzenby for the recovery of
$700 in money, which he is charged with
having in his possession that rightfully
belongs to the city Maxwell & Chap
man are for the city, and Mr. Lazenby
has etnploj'cd Fox & Wheeler to conduct
his defense. Puch developments arc ex
pected. The North-Western Farmer, of Indi
anapolis, Indiana, for December, is the
finest yet issued. The table of contents ii
the fullest and most attractive we have
jet seen, and the illustrations are more
numerous than in any previous number.
The Salutatory and Editorials of Dr. A
Furnas, the new Associate Editor,
are sound and practiable, and the Edito
rial Note3 are full and instructive. The
puzzles and short sketches, for the young
folks, form an important addition to the
merits of this valuable Rural Magazine
which must become the favorite journal
of all Western farmers. Price, $1,50
We arc authorized to receive sub
scriptions for the North-Western Far
me; from j cr.-ona living in the neighbor
hoods where tha publishers have uo
Professor A. d'Allemand, assisted ty
Prof. Peet, is now holding his evening
school, in which are taught Writing,
Book-keeping, and all other bandies per
taining to an education. Prof. d'Alle-
mand has also three German clas-es, and
is just forming his fourth. The first
class recites at 4 o'clock ; the second
class recites at 5 o'clock ; the third class
recites at G o'clock, and tho fourth
class will recite later in the evening.
Prof. d'Allcmand is jurt forming a
French class. For full particulars apply
at the Academy.
The Omaha papers accuse Mr. L. L
Ilolbrook of selling a pass over the U.
P. 11. It., and lhe Republican iarneau
eenough to head tlie announcement
"Meannees of ihe New Coustitution-i-.ts,"
like the defeated Constitution was
at fault in the matter, and should re
ceive the blame.. Perhaps this way of
doing may ' pas for argument .".dowa
cast," but it is too thin for this country.
Mr. Ilclbroook denies tho 'soft im
peachment," and says he is able to prove
his iauoccss cf th aecuatiom -
The following persons were drawn, at
the last meeting of the Board of Com
missioners, to serve as jiirors for the
January term of the District Court:.
. GRAND JURORS- . ....;'
John Mutz, Isaac Wiles, ;
Win. Giltnour, VS. Ilarnsberger,
John Ilohlschuh, W. II. Iloyal,
S. M. Xirkpatrick, A. 0. Mayfield,
J. II. Buttery, J. M. Patterson,
Berj. Austin, Henry Watson,
Wm. L. Baker, Jas. lliggs,
John B. Holmes Wm. Jcnks,
Jacob Horn, ' .Jos. MsKinnon,
G. W. Grimes, L. II. Young,
L. F. Reed, , Joshua Lynn,
Truman Sampson, Joshua Gapen,
Wm. II. Smith, W. II. Caldwell,
R. W. CunuinghaaijSam'l Thomas,
V; V. Leonard, ; E. A. Barnuui,
T. J. Todd,
S. D. Bethel, .
F. M. Wolcott, .
J. N. Wise,
L. W. Gibcrson,
corsrrY co tJMissioxcus.
Plattsmouth, Dee 4, 1S71.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present, Commissioners Albin and
Settlement was made with the follow
ing Supervisors: A. Coleman, Mt.
Pleasant ; S. A. Wood ard, Ehnwood ;
Perry Walker, Plattsmouth; L. II.
Young, Rock Bluffs; Calvin" Russell,
Eight Mile Grove, wasgractDd one month
further time, in which to make settle
Charles Jordan was apoointed Super
visor, road district No. 2, Rock Bluffs
S. A. Woodard was appointed Justice
of the Peace for Elmwood precinct.
On motion, Board adjourned to meet
Tuesday morning, Dee 5, 1S71.
Plattsmouth, Dec. 5, 1S71.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
': -Present, Commissioners Vallery and
John Rouse was allowed the sum of
$43.80 for services as Commissioner in
beating State ro .d.
Settlement was m?.de with the follow
ing Supervisors :
Amos Teffr, Avoca ; Wm. Coatman,
Weeping Water ; G. S. CYoley, Louis
ville ; F. F. Rexford, Weeping Water;
Thos. Brown, Greenwood ; It. G. Clis
bee,. Weeping Water; Wm Dallasde
mer, Stove Creek'; J. II. Allison, Rock
Bluffs; Walter Jenks, Eight Mile
Grove; M. D. Abbott, Salt Creek; J.
B. Holmes, Rock Bluffs! '
Joseph Gilmore was granted further
time to make settlement.
G. W, Grimes' account as Supervisor
was laid over until next meeting.
The Clerk was ordered to draw- an or
der in favor of A. B. Smith, on account
of over tax charged to him.
Dr. John Black was charged $0.06
per month for rent cf room in Court
House up to date.
On motion, the same room was rented
to Dr. John Black and James O'Neill,
for ensuing year, for the sum of $100,00
per annum, to be paid quarterly.
Wm. L. Hobbs, Treasurer, presented
a statement of certain taxes ou personal
properly, not collectable, and asked that
the same be exonerated. Granted.
Bills were allowed as follows :
Ja?. Chalfant, for support of paupers,
$45.00; J. J. Roberts, do., $37.51 ; J.
B. Thompson, do., $38.00; Alfred Py
zer, do., $10.00; W. A. Patterson, ser
vices as Superintendent of schools, in
full of all demands, $200 ; II. Amiscn,
wood, use of Court House $54.00 ; J.
W. Johnson, boarding prisoners, $38.00;
County Clerk, stationery, stamps, etc.,
$3.10; Bennett Bros., provisions, for
paupers, $10.20; Vallerys & Ruffner,
do.. $20.52 ; D. Schnassc & Co., wood,
do., $10.50; Geo. Fickler, meat do.,
$7.50; Jas. O'Neill, Rent of house, do.,
$13,00; J W. Pyle, medicine, do.,
$1.20 ; R. R. Livingston, surgical at
tendance, for Barnes, pauper, $71.00 ;
Jas. O'Neill, one day service as over
seer of poor, $3.00 ; F. Hodapp, pa
pering room in jail building, $3.00 ; U.
W. Wise, 23 days' services as Supt. of
Schools, $92.00; W. C. Jcnks, Justices
fees, $1.00; J. W. Carey, Constables
fees, $10 25? B. Etteson, clerk election,
one day, $2.00 : A. B. Smith, over taxes,
$4.3S; E. Post, registrar, Tiptou pre
cinct, $6.00 ; D. McCaig, registrar Elm
wood precinct, $12.00; II. D. Hatha
way, printing and stationery, $343.30;
F. S. AVhitc, use of rooiu two days for
holding election, $4.00; J. B. Moore,
road viewer, two days, $0.00 ; II. Boeck,
three ballot boxes, $10.00.
On motion. Board adjourned.
The fight between Mace and Coburn,
on the 30th ult., was a draw.
PiATTSMOlTTII Tl'BXm SOCIETY
Had their annual election of officers
yesterday evening, aud elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing term of
six months :
President Paul Braitsch,
' Vice President Wm. Breed.
First Turnicart Louis Baehr.
Second TurnwariYSm. Ilassler.
Pro. Sec. L. Golding.
Corp. Sec J. G. Baumann.
Treasurer A. Kcinhackel.
Steward A. Baumann.
After which a resolution was adopted
to exclude all the members of the So
ciety who have not paid their remittance
for last three (3) months as follows:
Henry Martens, Henry Siert, J. S.
llartmann, Wm. Dany, Romeo B. Wer
ner, Richard Walther, Jacob Stoll, F.
Niemann, Wm. Hcrold, Joseph Petrc.
P. BRAITSCn, Pres't.
J. G. Baumann, Corsp.S cc'y.
TOLEDO, PEOKIA. AXD WARS ATT.
The B. & M. Co. have perfected ar
rangements for . runuing in connection
with the above short line route from
Burlington to Toledo, saving several
hours to passengers going east. . Tiekets
over this route, can be procuied at the
offices of the B. & M. in this city. - . :
To stop advertising because times are
hard, is like tearing out a mill dam be
cause the . water is, low. Either one
would be. poor management. ' .
J. Walkkh. i'roTilur. K. K. Mct)..I.n A Co., irugffiu 4
iu. AcctiU, frmu Kmuci, CmI.,.iiJ H Couimtrr. irel, N.
: MILLIONS Hear Testimony lo their
Wonderful Curative Eli'vcts.
They are not avile Fanry Ill-ink, Haricot Poof
Tiara, Whiskey, l'ruaf Siritu aud Itefuno
Liquors iloctorcU, epiccd ami .sweetened to please tUa
bistu, allied "Tonics' ".ipeli7erss "Hesterurs,"l;c.,
that lead the tipple Ton totli'uiikcuncss And ruin.lai tare
kmc Alcdicisic.uuulo iiout tuc.?.'ntite Hoots and Herbi
.f California. Irea I'ruiii all Alcoholic Sliinil"
Inntn. Tlicy we tlie (iHEAT l!I.OOI 11' It I
I'lElCniid A MM: iIVINJ 1K INCH' I.E.
a perfect Jtctiovatur uiM luvlg-jrator of the System,
carry ingulf all iw.isonocs matter and restoring tlieblood
to a lii-altliy condition. No cixin c;in Like theao Hit
ters nccoruing to ilinctioii Iwd remain long unwell,
provuleil their tones arc not lU-stroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and tlie iud onpum wasted
l-eyontl t',o point of icpuir.
They :i re :i f'ciillc i'nrarniive ns lvtdl and
Tonic, -csiii:-.:, ale, the por,iliur inrrit of noting
i;.s a j.owci fi.I cci;t in relics intr t'.e.pesi ion or Intlain-:
luatio'i of lite I.iver. imd nil tlie Visceral Organs.
roil I'KHAI.r. COMPLAINTS, in yonna or
61' 1. married cr Mnc.Ir, :,t t'.iutluwn o" wnmunhooil or at
Hie turn or life, tiiesc Tonic "Jitters have no equal.
For Iiiilammctory niul Chronic ltl-.ennm-
!h'i mid 4 -rti I . !vpv-Kia or I lull iou,
Ililio.is, Kel.iittent i:iul I nl cruiil I j-ilt l"c
vers, I: !.-!'. s uf tin IMooi!, Liver, Iii!
ccj H !i!:illrr these I'lltci'M linvc lec:i nuisS
i ue.-e-fnl. nc!i liMtiiHiH nro cuuseil liy filiated
llleioj, wliu-li is eiierujly roiiict il 1 y tl'jran;-nient
if t!.c liicstiva ():-z::;i-j.
ijvspei'sj.v or: iNiii:r.sTi, n-aa-
i-.-lie. l'aiii iii llic ilio.iU-:-a, t'eiiirhs 'J iirbtnui-.K or llio
C;i, t. li-A:iipKs. S'-ur Kructat ieas vf llic SUtinucli,
liad in liic Mo. all. ii.iioiiri Attacks. iuliM:itinu oi
Ilie Ilc::r:. I:.!::u.ii;::.:iu!i cf tha l.uiif s I'aiu in there
jriocs of tliu Kkliiovs. a:;l n bundreu other pan.ni! yini
iutns. rro lui on.--;:-! ns cT Iy-popia.
They iiivivoral.- tlirvr.ir.cli n;id s; innilute the iorpij
I.iver nnJ J"..i-.ve!,s, r hie.'i r?nK r t!i;-m of ini.- iualieJ
liicacy in cleuesiii; the I !ih;! rf impurities, and im
Vartins n.-.v t:!eun.l vlror to the uhulesjstein.
rl SIC SN DISEASES, Eruptioiu, Tetter. Salt
Kb. -r.oi, lilolclics, Spot-i. riiniiks, i'ustules, lioiU, Cnr
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f !c!i. Scurf. l:sci!omTion i the f-kin. Humors and
JUlficiis.- of lii. Skin, of viiatHV-r lis. in e or imtitrc. Kre
nt?riiiK- up :ui'l cn.-riit: out if ilu. MjrHtvni m n Bfii.rt
time ly tin; uwul tlitw i:itlrii One l.oitle in nucli
r iMK w cj::m::;) I!:." :jii'. i.'.c.wJ.iijiij el' their curu
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Pin, Tii;:-, mid otI;f'; Wcriiia, l.irkin? In tho
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The Strongest Agency Company ia Mo.
ShoTring condition of the Company Nov 13, 71
Authorized Capital Stock, $400,000.00
Am't Actually paid, Cash, 118,400.00
block iN otes fcecureu,
Cash surpus, Nov 15, 1371
281. GOO. 00
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Amount loaned cn Deeds oi Tru.-t,
real estate worth double the amount, 40,
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Doniphan County, Kansas, Bond, mar
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of transmission, 1),
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Total Available Assets,
Losses reported and unadjusted
Losses adjusted, but not yet due,
Milton Tootle, Of Tootle, Fairleigh &
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Joseph C. Hull, Cashier First National
D. M. Steel, Prest. St. Joseph & Den
ver City Railroad.
A. Beattie. Of Beattie & Co., Banker?.
Geo. V. Samuel, CapitalL-t.
J. Vr. Bailey, Of Bailey Key & Co.,
Geo. Buell, Proiirietor of Buchanun
Silas Woodson, Attorney at Law.
P. L. McLaughlin, Capitalist.
Geo. W. Samuel, - President.
P. 1m McLaughlin - - Vice Prcst,
Jno. A. Nicely,
Wm. R. Kerr, - -
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Policies issued and losses
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for the pardon of John W. Beaity, convicted of
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at Plattsmouth. .Nebraska. November. l-;9, ncd
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!Teri Million Dollars )
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togetber with the large end i ihh i:' .e i .-.
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chnre of the pui ii pitroiiugo. ".
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