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rrifE Tnth Volume of Wood's TTousehold
1 MagnrtuB hrgn with January 72. It is
edited l y Gail MamiHon. 8. ti. Wood, and 11.
V. Ovborne. and includes anions its regular
r',n,ribatora Horace Hrely, Gail Hamilton,
Tho!. K. KoechT; Dr. lo Lewis. Dr. W. V.
1111. JumTS Pa'ton. etc. Unmet Beerher
Rowe Brick Pooieroj. John O 8axe. Mj.
tjcn'l Kilpatrirk. Petroleum V. Nashy. etc.,
write for it occasionally. Terms, One Dollar a
year. In rlnbbinir, three firFt-class periodic-Is
are given for the proe of ono of them. The
meet liberal Premium List ever published No
f trio ical is more frequently or favorably raen
tJr.n'd bv the press.
. "Wood's Ilfehold 'Madeline in "rte of the
mrir oruenta of bosin' enterprise which mark
the ms-."AletAodu-t Uomt Journal, Philadel
"It baa been inrprnved ever smeo we knew it
- fend criterion for the future. " Courier,
Jirw Market. Canada.
,-It is a marvel of cheapness and first-e'ass
quality combined." A'ato York Time;
Specimen copy sect free to avy address.
S. S. WOOD & CO.
3iri Kewbura?h, N. T.
We are opening an
Unusually attractive .
Stock of fall and
Winter goods, puxcha
Early largely and
We buy from first
Class houses, invariably
For cash, and have i
The advantages cfa tr e,
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,
Foots, Shoe-?, Groceries,
la at Clark & Piummer's
Main Strec. opposite
0&C9 of Comptroller of the
Wash jtg-ov. January. 2nd 1572.
s ...... .i. . taJ I .n ,ln!v nuiiiizfl un lr nn'l
ci-.-.r.lVnx tu thf re.Juire-..-i)ti "t. tho Act of
Ovi.ire' rntitlua "An net to proviua a Nri: oa
l urn-ncv. tieuurcd by a I iolce ;t L-riitct
r-t' .;nds. and ti pr"vM" f..r ir.r crreulati-n
1:1 I redemption thert-f." aprrov-el June -.rt
lv4 an iln 'inl'. ed witU all tt.e provisions
c! , 'i l f-r r.i .ir. 1 t' be ct . piied with ttore
r.-.T-. nencinK the bus.uess of tJankinff uauc-r
SOVf'TtlHRKnmrCl. IlUand U. Hu'burd
' ptr-.llrr ol th Cttrn-ncy. tin hprehy ertily
,. Iha first. Nati. niai Link o! l',avt-ni.utn.
ir ti e City o Pl:!trTn-u h. in the .-onmy t
Ct - aulftateof Ncbradkn. i autnorizoJ to
r..if:nence the busiaess ot Uankins under tue
Act af. repaid Trt:wony here-f witness roy
an -v ,nd and !c.il of olHce this -'nd
( Xo 11 i) Oomptrcilcr of the Correocy.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE AND
r am prepared to aeconarcodate the pnblie with
Ki.nw. CrriRe. Bukkips and a No. 1 Ue,"e
e.. -.hort notice and reasonable terms. A
wiil run to.t he stenmbo.it lidding, and to aiipxt
ol :be city when desired.
January 1. 171 l&wtf.
M. S- MURPHY,
.- Manneturer of fei.3
yAND 1)1'ALEI1 IN
jgjirntss, gififtts, griblrs,
Blankets, Brushes, &c-
Promptly Executed. All wok .Warrented.
5-F;N HARNE3S A SPECIALITY."
Not. SO wtf Pit Hem oath, Nl
I I Hi
W7t"r?r7.1.S by fati.-f-ic'ory evi-icnce pro-s-nt-d
u the unde-fi-ne.l. it hn- been tnad t
w r. ., r tb h t " I H 1 1 K T N A l H N A L li A Mv
I'LAT I'SMOUTli" u the City pt l'.atta-
Xi. IF1. JOHUSOU,
tSTOpposite the Platte Valley House, in Schlater's Jewelry Store.3
UXain Street, Plattsmoutli,' Nebraska
O. A. MILLER & CO'S
nb 0r Jfirst-tlass pianos aub (Organs.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Strings, Sheet Music, and all kinds of Musical Merchandise
SMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Tuned and Repaired Satiefaction Guaranteed.
(Bompmm $f tav
Coniraralal gniMiij. jtos. 24, 26 28Sassau Si. 2
JUIU3 LAWRENCE. President. J. P. ROGEKS, Secretary.
En t cruris in Economical, jLi&eral,
XuTTihcr Policies !sued to Jan. 1. 1 372
Number Poli'-ics issu'd and revived in 1871.
AtiiKTTS, Jan. 1, 1S72 ...........
This Company is Pure'y Mutnnl ir it operations. divMingit entire -urrlus among its Poli
cy holders, annuallv. on the "i ontribution Plan." and has a larger bum: ess and a lower ratio or
expense to inwme. thun have ever been attained by any otner Company at a Correspond. ug
Per'ltsi total AKaots7a"re sufScient to di'chargo a'l I iaSil '. in-lu dinar re-insurinoe. pay back all
its stock capi' al, and leave as a balance more A,m a MILLION of earned surplus.
Tills Gompany Issued YfZovG Policl ss
lUST 1871 TH A-iST
iLnjfOOiei? Company in tlic Worl
S. A. TAYLOR & CO.,
janiojAwtf General Agents, for Nebraska.
JIRB A3TD MABIKB
CITY OF ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI
Tb Strongest Agenoy Company In Mo.
ehoiinj condition of the Company Not 15, 71
Authorized Capital Stock, $400,000.00
Am't Actually paid, Ca?h, IS,4t)0.00
Stock Notts secure., 2S1.C00.00
CVh surpus, Nov 15, 1871 42.3isa.52
Cneh in bank and ia Coiupany.s office. $tS,C53,?
Amount loane.i n ieed ot'Tru.'t.
real estate worth itouhle the aiu nint,
Amount loan.-d on .ilaler.il .-rturities l-.li' W
Koivs tii.'counted, (short lo:tns;. L4.bi J.lo
Doniphan County, Kansas, Loud, mar
ket value. l.i.eOO.OO
Ac.-rueJ Interest on Miae, ' M-.oO
t'ii.-h in the hands of Agents in coars
of : ran "mission.
toi'jci Nuf.a secured.
Total Available AtceU,
Lopps reported and unadjusted
Losses adjusted, but Lot )luu,
Hilton Tattle.. Oj Tootle, Fairly i Co.. fThole-
s.la lry Gouds. ,
Jw-pk i . Ca."hier FIr.'t National Esink.
V. Al. Strtt, Prest bt Joseph A: Denver City
Of Btattie Jfc Co.. Bankers,
O'ru. W.Sfimurl, t.'u pita' i.t.
J IV i:i(.u, of liailey. Key A Co.. Wholesale
Geo. tiuill. Proprietor of Buchanan Woolen
Si'nt Y.,oJ'm. Attorney at Law.
P L MiLauvhlin, t'n.p:itniist.
f!eo Vr Samuel...
V L Mclaughlin...
J no A Nicely .....
Wm K Kerr
Prompt and Liberal Adjustment of Losses a
speciality with this company
Poliues Issued and Losses
H. E. PALMER, Agent.
I EV3 P E R A L
Fire Insurance Co.
of i oi;o:.
EftablisLed A D. 1S03,
Capital and Cash Accumulation.
Ten Million Dollars In Gold
Chicago ffjOsrs nil Paid
DOLLAli FOR DOLLAR.
party hu secured dnrin the sixtv-nne years
ithastrnet d business thronghou. the world.
together with the large hnd undoubted security
ii offers lor all ;ts ob iraiions. claims for it a
share o" the pub ie patronage.
Polioiea ia-ued and losses paid by
II. E PAPIER, Agent,
PLTTE VALLEY HOUSE.
B. H. ECIIUTT, Propriotor.
Ooraar Mai a and Foarth Streets, Flattamouth.
CU?.ARD HAIL Lir
ESTABLISHED - !
Passengers booVed to and f-om all parts of
Europe at lowest rates. Apply to
P II. lb VEr.NET,
General Weataro Ac eat, 375 rtate st. Chicago
to EI. WILSON'.
jea4wtaaw yiateaals T4C
AND B O.ST ON,
ti Fl WC IYJ i." s c
WAZala PAPER ! !
All Paper Trimmed free c-f
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions carefully compounded by asex
Kemepiber the place. thtedonrs west ef tha
Herald ol3co: Platumouth. Nebraska.
i iwiMjii i ii h Fymptomso .iver cm-
p'aint re uneasiness and pain
li.lTllTlGila in iho ."i ir. Sometimes the
I jpriin 'n iu the shoulder, and is
l,nim.i mi u a mistaken tor rbcuiuati.m
The stomach is nff-efed with loi-s of appetiu
mid aiek nss, bowels in Knerl costive, some
times alternating with lax. The heal is trou
bled with P"jn:and dull, besvy seusation. con-
a"' """"sideranle lo s of memory, ho-
f " r- u?c imp iiiied witn pair.fu! M-nsa-L.
I V L nrt ii d b)ivimr left uu (one
fi fKomethins wbieh ouiit tu have
i ii n b-cn done. Olten coinpl -iniuir
ofweftkress. debility and low spirits. So- o
t'ltifi nitny of th ah v? symptoais attend the
ili"ense. and nt other time- very tew of them ;
but fhelircr is (reneraly Uie organ must in vol
va. Cure tue liver uu
A PBKPBitATIOS OF ROOTS AND HCRBR, WARBA1TI-
ed to bo strietly vegetable, and ean da no in
jury to any one.
it has been used by hundreds, and known for
the hit t fiirt--live years as on of the mest re
liable, efiicacious and harmless preparation!
ever ottered to the suffering. It taken reguarly
an p r' -enilr. it ir sure to enre 1d nenni .
ijeauaeno, jaumliee. oosti'
trtrlr. nCii3-f'CK healache. ehro
ttegUlalOri liarrhte nfie. tiono tbebb
i-r. camp dvsentery.aff-H t
icjuaruu, j.u:illliTC, TIM1VC-
ot tile kidneys, fever, tiervnnn
ne&s. chills Jiseupcs of the skin, impurity of tha
blood, melaneholy. r iej rcsi-ion ot sriri:s.
heartburn, colic, or pain in ths bowels, pniii in
tie head. tVveranl true; d op-y. ( oils, pnin in
back ini limbs, psthnm. ery-,pcias, temale af
'eutions. anil bilious diseases gcneially.
Prepared only by J. II ZEILIN A CO.
ltru-jri'ts. Macon. Ga
Fend for a Circular) and Arch street. -Price
$1; by mail l-'o Philadelphia Pa,
ForSalebyj ft BUTTERY,
Janlwly. Plattsmouth. Nab,
ISXTY FIVE 1st PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED
"altirao e Piano
JiJ rzFl Ait t i 'jjfeF'"S- U t 3
Vtf fi-A 1. i C9 im WW.
GRAND, SQUAUK AND UPRIGHT
These Inst uments have been hefo be Pub
lic for nearly thirty years, and noon their ex
cellt nee al -ne Attained an unfu ehatrd Pre
eminence, which pronounces tbeui unequalod
iu lone, loxn h,
Workm-ftuhip and Durability.
"A11 our Souare Pianos hav our New Im
proved Overstrung Scale and the agraffe T e
ble. -Wewon'd call specinl attention to our
late Patented Improvexeat in Grrni Pianos
an. I Square br.nos funnd in no otber Jf sno.
which bring the rinno nearer perfection than
has yet been attained.
Evrt PIANO Fully Warranted for Firevarn
Illustrated Cat lognes and price lists prompt
ly furni.-hedon application to
WM. KI4ABE Jk CO.. Baltimore, Hi
Or any of our regular established ageua aa.
tr. : - - , .v ..',. hsS
LOCAL . -ISnEWS
S. Bloom, one of the proprietors of
the Elephant Clothinj? store, is stopping
in towc for a short time.
It U eaiJ that tho Redick Light
Guards were organized to prevent Coun
cil RIuiTh oa, stealing the Omaha end
of the U. l Bridge.
Trof. Jrhnpon shipped another large
organ vreft tis rjoorning.
Mr. R. Morgan, of Ashland, brother
of our City Marshall, raet with a severe
accident a few days since, by a horse fal
ling upon bim, breaking bis leg in two
places, and dislocating the bone at the
Doom Bro's & Co. at Ashland have
old out rhoir entire stock of goods to
Mayfield & Mvsten who will remove
them to Greenwood.
Iron is being shipped west as fast as
possible, to complete the B. & M. to
Kearney. As soon as spring opens track
laying will commence and a junction
with the U. P. formed.
Mr. Guthman cf tha firm of Guthman
& Hubcrty, laft yc-tcrdny for Germany
for the purpo-e of bringing b'u father
to this country.
J. M. Pattee hn placed $2,000 in the
Omaha Natinnnl B.tnk, to the credit of
the Sisters of Mercy to enable thoin to
pay off pressing debt3.
The Now York nerald says that Wil
liam M- Tweed takes '-his three pquare
meals a day, except when be rides out
to the High Bridge, and then ho takes
four," and that he is "in co hurry to go
further up the river."
A young man by the name pf Sher
wood; was killed by throe cars passing
over him, at Pes Moines side track on
the Burlington and Missouri River Rail
road, a few days ago. lie leaves a wife
and one child.
The despatches publihed toay men
tion tho death of Hon. James W.
Grimes, of Iowa. lie was a native o
New Hampshire, but ha lived in Iowa
since 183o serving that State a? a mem
ber of the Leeislnture, Governor and
United States Senator.
We see by a communication from Mr.
Touz din. of tha B. & M. road, to the
Ottnmwa Courier, that the publicat'on
of their contemplated book of statistics
of the counties along the road, has been
abandoned, as many of the counties have
failed to assist the enterprise.
Postmaster Griffin of Omaha was se
verely injured yesterday by being thrown
from hi buggy.
Ila was riding out in company with a
friend to see some cattle when the king
bolt cf the bugzy dropped out, and Mr.
GriiTm was thrown violently to tho
ground, dislocating bis laft shoulder.
Ten part of the R. R bridgo nt Otna-
, 1-. - T .1. .
lia are compietei am tne eatvumu io
will be finished in a short time.
It is expected that the bridtre will be
finished by the 22d of thi month.
Died, Fobruary Sth, 1872 of Scarlet-
fever, Let a May. daughter of C. J.
lording, aged 4 years, 6 months and S
The two beautiful prizes which are to
be given by the Turners, at the Grand
Ma'qucrade, can bo feen at the Post
A religions Paper to be called the
Co'ineil B'uiH Cnristian Advocate, is
to be shorted in Council BltiTs ion. It
will be publi-h?d monthly until the pat
rr.nage will justify making it a weekly.
The Burlineton TIawk-Eye says that
the Eastern paper are getting np
reputation for liberality for thnt section,
by sayinjr that a wealthy man ha sent a
fiftv dollar ereenback to the wifa of every
Presbvterian minister west of the Mis
sissippi." If any sister in Nebraska
iss been overlooked, now is the time
for them to make the application.
The aTjnnr,t of Uncle Sam's green
htek and other currency outstanding on
the 1st of February, was $300,907,070.
The Missouri Democrat thinks the
Legislature of Illinois about s ueifs.s
and expensive an ornament to that State
as the Missouri Legislature is to that
Slate. It says thtt the members are so
bnsi'y ensaged in doinu nothing that
they cannot possibly find time to vt-it
St. Louis to get drunk with the Genera
Asssmbly of Missouti. The Democrat
does not seem to have an exalted opinion
of the assembled wisdom of either State.
Delegates to the Philadelphia Conven
tion have been ebcted from Georgia, and
are instructed to go for Grant's re-nomi
nation as the "first, last and only choice
of the Republicans of Georgia
A few more day? like yesterday and
to-day will render the ice bridge unsafe.
A large quantity of farin machinery
is being brought into town
A contract for the manufacture of
Kaolin, between J. T. A. Hoover, of
Louisville, and Goodwin & Clark of Oma
ha, and by tbeiu aligned to George
Plaisted, and Francis A. Plai.-ted, ol
Gardiner, Maine, has been filed iihe
Clerk s office of the county
Mr. Hoover leases the grounds, and
given to the parties above mentioned the
exclusive right to manufacture for the
period cf twenty years, they giving a
royalty of five per cent, of the profits
for use of grounds &c. The parties
leasing the grounds agree to commence
easily in the year 1S72, the manufacture
of this clay or Kaoiin, and have con
traded for four hundred cords of wood
which is to be delivered at their manu
factory at Louisville. This i an im
portant matter to this place, and to the
county, and Mr. Hoover deserves great
credit for securing it to us. There is
nothing that builds up a country lik
manufactories, and we are gld to see
this step taken in the right direction.
The New Oileans Times thinks Alexis
r-hou!d uot be slh.wed to leave the coua
try without being biiorvn the Louisiana
A grand type-setting tournament, for
tbe championehin cf Canada, is to take
place iu Mon;res"l on the tweDtv-first of
SMALL I'OX .
The mortality among small pox cases
at )uiaha has been heavy. The disease
seems to be on the increase and the pa
pers are urging more efficient teps to
op its progress. Thus far we have
escaped, but it would be well for our city
to be prepared should it male its ap
I. S. Hascall has gone to Lincoln to
assume the duties of Governor vice his
acting Excellency left the State. It is
rumored that he will undoubtedly call an
extra se.-sion of tho Legislature but for
what purpose we are not informed ; and
it is further rumored that the call is al
Since the above was in type we have
received tho Proc amation of Gov. Has-
call, which will be found in another col
In the Uta'n Legislature a bill was of
fered and referred to a committee, on
regulating marriage, which provides
that males of fifteen and females of
welve years may contract marriaoes,
ith the consent of parent or guardian.
'iTo allusion ia made to the plural sys
COMMISSI OSEliS COl'BT.
Plattsmouth, Feb. 6, 1872,
Commissioners met, pursuant to ad
journment. Present Benjamin Atbm,
Jacob Vallery and L. H. James, Com-
mi-sioaers J. W. Johnson, Sheriff and
D. VS. MtKinnon County Clerk.
Jacob Statler and Samuel Chambers
made application for license to keep
ferry n Missouri River, which appiiea-
ion wts granted on condition that the
applicants pay five dollars into the Co.
The following were appointed super-
visors: A. linot, roaa aistrict j.o. ,
Rock Ltuffs ; F. J. Kendall, road dis
trict No. 1, Liberty precinct ; David Mc
Caig, read district No. 4, Eltuwood pre
cinct; Price Cunningham, road district
No. 3, Ilmwood precinct.
Samuel Carter was appointed Justice
of the Peape forKlmwood precinct.
The petition of A. B. Taylor and many
ether citizens waa presented for location
of a public road described in sa;d peti
tion ; aso remonstrance signed by Isaac
Wiles and others against the location.
Both p ties were represented by attor
neys, and after hearing the statement of
both pa ties, G. W . Lee was appointed
a comm'tioncr to view the t-aiue the
petitiomrs giving bond unto the county
in the turn of one hundred uoilars, to
secure tie costs of viewing and locating
the propped road.
G. W. Fail field was appointed Loanty
Surveyor, vice Kdwin BiaJley, whore-
fused to qualify.
The wlerk was ordered to notify D
fl. Whieler & Co. to list certain proper
ty not iBret'if'jr-i assessed.
; ACCOUNTS ALLOWKD.
Jauie? O'Neill, for support of pau-
pcrs, SoU.UU ; J0nn Jj. javenpon, i"r
wood furnished county, $5 00 ; H. L.
Ei'itfn, Frobate Judge fees, $7 0 ; Val-
lerya& Rnffner, provisions for poor &c.
15.45; do incidentals for county, $3.00;
Marks & Phillips, publishing notices
$8.0 ; D. II Wheeler & Co , Insurance
on Court House, $53.00; J. W. John
son, boarding prisoners. $1.00; do for
ervbes in Dist. Court, $)23; . L.
Wells, services in Dist. Court as bailiff.
$12 00; C. i Moore. $12 00; James
Tucker, 12 00 : J. W Carrolhers. $24.-
00; Alta Drew, 20.00; O. Slreight,
$20.00 ; J. W. Johnson fees summon-
ng juries $30.00; J. H. Buttery, sta
tionery fir county, 22 CO; D. W.Mc-
Kinnon, Clerk of Com. Court, ii., $20.-
23; Geo, Fickler, meat for paupers,
$2.75; L. Smith, Wool, for paupers,
$0.00: Stutt2l Maxwell, services as
A torney fr county, tor year 1 B7 1 $100.-
00; W. L Hobb-, cash paid far wood,
&c, $70 00: MickelwVit & Sharp, coal
for poor. $2.25; II. E. Eliison, salary
as Probate Judge, $25.00; E. W Bar
num, appraiser of damages f r road,
$2t0; W. W. Wiley, do, $2.00; I-aae
Foilard, do $2.00; E G. Dovey, Oil
&c. for coanty, $4.00; J. F. Back.
damages sustained by location of road,
out of funds belonging to road district,
-70.00: Line & !Ioan. provision for
paupers, $2. 15; W. L Hobbs, amount
paid for coal, $S9 37 ; Pay of Grand
Jury, 75.50; Pay of Petit Jury, $282-
The Executive coramittee of the State
Sunday School Convention, elected the
following named gentlemen as delegates
to the National Sunday School Conven
tion which meets at Indianapolis, In
diana, April, A. D. 1S72:
Col. Thouiaa Doane, Crete; General
E. E. Cunningham, Plattsmouth ; Kev.
F. M. Diuiuiick, Omaha; E. E. Eb
bright. Eq., Urownville ; lie v. T. D.
Lemon, Nebraska City, and Dr. Sa
It is deigned to make tbif convention
one of the grandest, and at the fame
time the ido important, religious gath
erit that has ever been iu this country.
U NPA flKLLE LED G ENEROS1TT. The
B. & M- 11. liaiiread Co., upon learning
that some of the settlers in this section
were unprovided for, sent to Harvard
two ton.- f meal, and about 700 weight
of pork, free of railnvtd charge, to their
agent. Dr. 11. Bowen. who had it
pmn.pt y hauled here,, and tiow is dis
tributing it to those who have not the
tuearis to pjrehase tilsewhere, and not to
be naid lor until circumstances permit
We ecrj'i !cr this a kind and timely act
of benevolence. Adams Co. Gazette
A resident of Kalaraaeoo, writes to a
"School Board" in Oiiio that ho will
take a M-bod, at he has "tooKht 1 terms
Ecool, and I tended 1 collate 4 yrs at Le
troit, michigan and am 26. yrs avage.'
Ijeavenworth has a billiard ball fixed
no for the accommodation ot married
ladies, who c uie there armed with their
rabies to see tueir liusDanas play mil
liards. Horse thieves are hung in Kanas but
murderers get two years in the peniten
! tiary. Daniel S. Luadr, who kdteo a
man at C!de, was a.nt up for -hat peri-
1 od from Wasttiugton eouar
Consolidated Statenrnt cf the condition of tha J5ERMAN1A,
HAN OVER, NIAGARA, and REPUBLIC Fire-insurance
Companies, of the City of KowYo-k, on tho 31st day of
ArsrreKUte Capital .........
Total Capital and Surplus.
United States Pernritie .-
Loans on ISond nnd Morteare
Loan? on Ca'l'amolv seeuredl
Cn-h in Hank asd hands of Acents
Heal Kst te .-
Other Securities, including Bills Receivable, Lank
Losses ia process of adjustment .
Uihor Claims -
State of Nebraska,
It i hereby certified, that there hos be? n filed
mdi'innol tiie liiterwriters' Ajem y Insur:ii r e
w Y "k. on the 31 st tay ot lecvm.er. . y m.i.
fill.i:r Ibis t'. r.itivntu for record with the Clerk
In rest mony where.f. I h .ve hereunto set my
th.. 31st day ot January. 1ST2. .
H. E. Palmer,
i i . ..... w .. .tr.rir!i T(iriki 1711 . c irivvii.in. .
,n thut sui.l Company is v sses-a of the r q.nsite aioouut c:ipi-u xnu invented as rci metl
y Au-hor.rv is inerJlor .iven to the aoove ,r.ue 1 ..... avt. tr-L.-n.-t th.jr 'i'l'.rfv""'
bu-inet Fire ia-uranc, ia tiis Sute, in acctrd:ii-.. r.h ti. lTS.h;r t -j1 '
of J "nu rv. 1S73. I ,unhcr ccnify th t Penrj" r 'nt...r I latism u h. County p- t,oss n nu
th.r;i. d t tnmsact buini ncc.r lin to law for snid C.mtany as their Agent and Attorney, by
STATEMENT of the condition of the HQ&E INSUArJCE
COMPANY of How York op the first day of January, 1372
made to the Auditor of the State of NeDraska, pursuant
to the Statute of that State.
The mtns of this Company, i the Jiome Insurance comrauy, jncurporaicu iu i, w
in the ciiy cf iew York.
Thn ffsnital of this Con
The Cupital of this Compsry. actually paid up
The surplus ou the 1st ol January, 1S."2,
Total amount of Capital and Surplus
Loans on Ton Is and Mortoees, baintr first lisn of record on Unencumb
ered Real Lst:iie. worth at lo t fci.Ty.OUo.C'O,
Tntcrert duo on suid AlorigaBc l'ns.
United taus b's. of ls.Sl, tuaiket valao.
United states currenry, t,
I nittrd !?tates 5-iii Hon.is; of IS".!,
Lni(d t:.tcs o v fjoiols. ot new stocX.
i eiiiu ssee Hond.s, old stock, iaarl:ot vulue,
Alal.ama Itouds. "
houta Carolina Bon 's, rld stoek
tout i 'ar..li a. new stock, '
w : iu., B,. I,
Amint.f loin, on 'stocks and Ynli. payable on demand, the market
value of -c.iti;ics p e Ue i, illi.4;'.;.o0 . .
Cash be.on ns to the Com;.a ly. deposited in Banks sn I Trust Cumpanios,
Interest due a..d uccnied on coila eral loans, including bauk balance.
G.-OS.S premiums in oue course ot e-dlecfi-.n, ... . .
liills recewah e. uot matured, taken fjr tire and inland risks.
The same part due,
Falvnpe property end claims, on losses already rap
15ii;s Kece.vable. other than .hoso taken lor premiaas.
Adva: ee l Fire t e,.urttne-it.
A'.vaoced uml secured accounts.
ill cither property beloiigiug tf tha Company.
Total Asset s,
. . - . f . . i i :.i
illl f''e" in process of adjusiment. including
los-es, ... . .
Losics resLsteJ, including interest and colS,
Total gros amount of claims fur
Less-re n-urnce thereon,
Xot amount ot una loss s.
Uiviueuds dccli-red due aud unpaia,
, . . a t
The neatest amount insured in anyoner.sk
i otai amnuni oi u iww, vm.."'.
tilZrX genel chTracte? of bu..diug,. width of s.rcc . acuities for
putting out firps Ac.
tT TK OF Nf.V YtIRK,
County of New i'ork. trt-ii
HuViCrr COMPLY bei.g dul,r n! dce indy.' Via -.eh lor h.msel, ,ys. tha, they re
thabov. .s ri.,ed Officer of said Cmpn.-y.and on the tbi. ty first dny ol Iwmiliw .. ')
of tl.a above de-cribed s.-ets were the aosolue pro er y ot the jmd Comp.uiy. f ee i.nl clear
lrt.u any lens or ciatovs tnercou. except as wm-jw-,..... - - --- ---. ,,r.ir. .
fulLand oorr!t exhibit of all the Li lliii .As,e -s. aal ol tae ;geaer-l cjnJi. . ;on hui J h ol
according to the best ol their lu.ormation. know ee nd n JnKJent.
J. u. "w tSsiUJrt.V. Secretary
i,ri'.,mn,i..v on the su t t runy-iirt u ly ot tece
State of Nebraska;
" t"h,r hcV certify, th ,t llcury E Palmer, of Pla
usintss acoor .iug to law uir sa a e onpany or
forreeora iih Uieclerk 'f h
Sca:. Liucln. this 3lst day ot January, i...
Subscribed and worn to berime. jn --.- . a COanty of N
It is hereby Certified that there has b?en filed in th.s ofT.e a vSk" tile
dition of the lU.me Insurance Company, located at New o-k in incc tat-oi iNcw tk m tne
Sind.y.fDcccmOer A O isrl in
W Ei? 'Jr ' ny Eaia "
po-sor.se.1 of tho .e.JUi-i:e ..niount of mptUi. an 1 inve-ted as . c .r 1 law. t Uu3.
Autnori.y is then .ore giv.-u. to the aD-ve nmne i e o,r, :., to . . 1 '? ' !F ' Tf Jn-
ines ol (ire iusaiunee.iu Uis state, in accordance with the s ho.i-.d until tbc .l.-t day MJan
Henry E. Palmer, Agent, Plattsmouth, Neb. febSd-34
F U ITUR E
-; iff; K-F'
CABINET MAKE I
And dealer ia all kinds of
Furnliiirc & Chnirrj.
Mais sraisT. (third door aan of P O
Plattsmouth - - -eb.
r Repairing and Varaisticg naatly
VaaoaJ VMfidad thaanrtet
. . RVt.'io
1 ,. si
in this ofiio n s'wnr
C- irtcn--, .'-'.'e-. at
sworn stnment showinsr the
N(r 1 ork. in tbo t:lt ol
" viih the provisions of an Act
' ..ass cuuiuv, , , T - ,
hunu and. affixed mv sen! of ofBce . at T..ncoln.
. ;.ii.ur.M-i r.. -u-m-r .
n . i , ... nsrf 1 . - . I
in cash, is
17.i (I')-', oil
4rVi,rii ,1 0
3. .'J.' 0
Su,yj.;,t''J l,729.k. ,50
24,575 i i)
all reported and supposed
737 SV, 11
n.l T i ,niliie
".." , , , il
w. 1 not as a genera i tan .
IT WATir.nTtV. Serelarv of the nnv I
- sma r h. coua. v of 0 w is :Wi--d to tr -nsat
uicir a'..n - "j
to set my hHB., nnd afTi.ed my seal cf ouicc. at
JQUS qLLISFIE, Auditor of Slate.
C. IIEISLL, Proprieto-. Ha virg recently bel
repaired and placed in thorough running ordt
100.0UI Uusht-ls of Wheat wanted immeaiatei
or which the Highest market price will t pa
General Insurance agent, and Notary Tublie,
Idle. 'ire nn 1 Mar;ne Insurance, at reason
able rates in the most t-ubstiiuual Comp -ni-s in
the United S ales. Cmoe front room over Post
Office with T. M. Jlaiquett.
riattsmouth, NaUra.ka, April 5Uu diw.
GENLFIAL jNSURNCE ACT
Represents some of the most reliable Compai
OfPce with BaraesA l-'ollo':k ior.I-"itzseralfls
PHYSICIAN ANJ EUlltJEON. lai.a Str-genn-in-Cbiel
of tue Ar.ny of toe I'otoiiioe.
P liii '..!.!:. ei.rft-s'i.'i. KO Ul v. r . jor.r-
Phuraacr I'nvwe rta8DCBtior-s3r'ot awookatU
CEDAR CREEK MILLS
Xa la ranaisr order now.
fcashels of tTheat. JSatiafaatioa f U ilrt&
to customers in irrindin and sa
Floor, Corn meal, and Lumber, wul ba acid
Com Ana. Como all,nd flv tha Cada
Creek ildl trial.
Oak 12th wl y
X. B. XCESB. H 010. 1. DSAPIR.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
3-CGoeon Main ttrect. Opposite Erooks
Special attention given to ooIlacUen af alatra
CITY MbAT MARKET,
Plattsiiioufki; - IVcbraska
Tha best of Fresh Meats always eo fcaad h
Highest Prico Paid for Tft Cattl
3-IIighest Caah Prloepaid for graa Hide.
Ilouse an.i fc'ifffi Painter, Grinin?, rP'r
htiiigins and oinaincntal Pjiriting. tirdera
prpmc'ly UlUd. bhop narti ot i'riif'a lilaak-
TUB 33TH 3TATEMET
Of Hartford, Conn.,
M tn lit day it Jan.. 1371.
The Assets of the company are M Mlow
Cash on hand and in Lank $300,453 7T
Caaa in hrtiiJs if Agents and iu course
Rcl Lsiate Co.UW 00
Uills receivjib e lor liu, S'jcurea by
collateral seeuniy wi,vww
Bill receivable lor loans, secured tiy
1'...M .(I l")
31 f.8.:i .".7
Hunk nu'l (.thcr PtorUs
C. rt Bonds i mi ket valine.
S.vtc mni city stoca ua w uui.
iluilroad bon m -
ToWl liab ilities
V. U. W1IEKLEK. Agent.
PTATP. OF XFI1RASKA I
Iii!-uran: e LeDartment.
Tt tshercbv certified, that there bns been flli
in this oflice a ftvoru stJitcaient. showing th'
condition ' the I'liotiix InMinn.'-o Company;
located at liar. ford in the etutv ot c'oiinecticu.
. n the ;ll.-t day o! leoeiubL.r A. t. 1"71. in a
criiance with the provision fari Aci.of iho
(ienc al Assembly ot tue .-tutect Ach -!;, lo
Kcitnbite lnsurar.eo ..mp inies. aTrkived r o-
ruiry 12ih IS"'.: thHl aaid Coinpniiy bavirtr hied
he ucee-gery pHper.s nn'l a ti-.tnu-ni mowing
hat ta:d Company is p. -rss-"i ed the i fjvijin
amount ot Lnpilai, nun lnvesiea as reij'iiNe.i
Autnority is ttiere'ore e-ivn r.o me n.nn
r.BIiio Cuuij any t IT'iofik i ineir iipprapriam -business
ol Fire In'iirau in tl;l Miit"'. in ae-
ord.mce i h th'i btw thert-oi ui.t.l tho SUI
day ot .1 annsry. ll'7.. .
1 further cei-ti:y, i:nt u. u. r uecier. n
Pluti.-iii .mil. i ountv of Cu.-s. is author! -.cd to
tranciiot txifiness aeuor linn to law for said Coin.
pHiiy as t! e r Aifenr a id Attorney, bv riling
this CiTtil.caie lor Kecord with the Clerk of
C'iS3 Coumy ... .
In Tcsiirnony horeot, I l;tve ;i rr
uiiio e.t my !iud au i a'Sied my eA
LL. S. ol i.iiie. at Lineolii. thi.i -oih d-y of
January i.:2 oiiN.GlU F;:pln
Auditor ol Mat.
COItNEU MAIN AND THIRD ST3
BR ELD & FALL AN - - Proprietors.
furl viicncl Iu llic U'JUIIL', ItT UOU1 y HIHJ
week boarders. Tables tt with the b.:3t t'ld
mnrlcet ntforda. AcaMuodalions se-ond to ooca
. T- DUKE & CO.
.IT FOOT OF MA1X STH EE f
VTa,leib.t A P.etall Dailera ia
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves
TINWARE. R0P T3.
IRON, STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Toole, ic.
Keep on hand a Large Slock of
L O YA L COOK
And Other First-Class Cooking
Coal or Wood kept cn nand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
Stiring and J3reaking Flows
At Net Coa;for Casli.
Onr prices are as low as any house in the'
Marquett. Smith & Btarbird.
Attorkeys At Law,
t3Pra-;ti- in all the courts Cflhe Etstct
?ppcin! t;eriti'-n given to coilc-tl ns and n;ot
OSce over tha Pest Ofue r3attTn-th. JTeb
j.c.vax. n. ir. WKitLka.
.ATTOitXElS AT LAW. -pi; v; Btt-ati?;,
t D3 jr.
. . .-. . y . . c .-u-.: -mii :;lf. T!llk .-...,.
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