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THE HE K ALI);
Step into Leonard's Art Gallery and
e the picture.
H&nk Straight doe have some of ths
licest Blackberries Try thetu.
Azro Smith, E.-q., of Rock Iduffs ha
he honor of cutting the first Water
melon on the First day of August, 1872
And the First men in the place helped
Eat it. So we did, Kh ?
North Carolina votes to-morrow,
first gun for Grant.
I. C. Fox and Gen. Cunningham are
reported ia Omaha.
Steight at the P. O. keeps app'es that
make the mouth water great pretty
red fellows. Look like Apple '"Bees"
ever o to one?
Dovcy pays : The Liberal Gree!ey
men of this town have cent Col. May on
ftn exploring tour to GqJ another hon
est man. A pair like that would sink
We ara invited out to a Watermelon
feed this afternoon.
Azro Smith brought us the first Sweet
Fotatoes of the tea-on, this morning.
lie will have plenty in a few days.
Another. Christian Gone
One more Literal in the use of fluids
left yesterday. Good bye, thanky, r
your company, Mister, while you wae
Lots offeople bit by snakes all ovei
the State this season. Must be a good
year for enakes, or else they want to
help the Temperance men by getting all
the whiskey out of the country.
The Fieeport Journal fays ''pairs are
abundant at that place, and front gates ar
loaded down with them on fine evenings.
A Chicago bridegroom is reported to
have worn "a diamond pin in his shirt
bosom, and a sardonyx smile on his
nrsiC BY THE BAXD.
Hurrah. Hurrah, our Band has come
We'll do come loyal tooting
Our boys are some; trey're ia for fas
At drumming, fifiug, shooting.
We've had to blow and come times crow
Without much help in shouting
But we'll rest now and g it "slow"
The Band can da the routing.
Oar next club night, if all is right.
We'll show them follow "hornicg ;"
The "toots" are spic-span. new and bright
We won't, by Jwe, we won't, go home til
m is uoot."
"Pirda mit yoost der same kind of
fedders vill gone together mit dhem-
The German class take a recess of two
weeks from to-day. Scholars are warned
to be promptly on hand at commence
Dr. G. B. Chapman's flavoring ex
tracts are not excelled. For sele, whole
sale and retail. 17wtf
-.-. . . . - .
A ihr.rnnirh p,inra nt tha ftinnt
chows that there are more Democrats in
Muscatine county, Iowa, who wiil not
vote for Greeley than there are Republi
cans who will not vote for Grant.
It 13 understood there was an affec
tionate farewell on the cars a few days
since, with a special request to "be sure
and come back to-night good bye."
Only one German paper in New York
upports Friend Greeley, named New
fl.lEXGEBI'EST AT OMAHA.
We have received a poster containg
general invitatation to the Saengerfesto
the Northwestern Saen get-bund, to take
place at Omaha, September 12th, 13th
14th and 15th. Arrangements have
been made with the railroad companies
to furnish tickets at half fare for the oc
casion. Germans ought to attend this
SaeDgerbuni in our State.
Prof. James, who left this place eight
een months ago for Oregon and Califor
nia, has returned to this State, and
means to live here after this. He thinks
that no State in the Union offers the same
inducements to settlers that this State
We have on our table two glorious
great apples, of the varieties known as
"Summer Queen" and "Red June.'j
from Mr. Lee Wright's orchard one hait
mile west of town. Don't it begiu to
look like fruit in Nebraska ?
Train spoke in Omaha, last night.
His lecture is Train and the People
against all rings and thieves. He says :
"All roads to Greeley lead to Grant.''
That means all roads from both, thould
lead to Train.
A boy names his dog "Paste."
Why do you give him such a name ?"
he wa3 asked. "Because I want him to
etick to me," was the reply.
"Mr. Smith, I wish to speak to you
privately. Permit me to take you ppart
a few Buoments." Smith (who i?n't the
least frightened) "certainly, eir, if you
promise to put me together again.
Before us are two beautiful bouquets,
for which we return thanks to Mr. Hes
ter. The brilliant colors of the dahlia
and verbena, mingled with the fragrance
of the heliotrope, the geranium and the
rose, make a charming ornament for our
When the good (?) news came in from
North Carolina yesterday one of our
heavy weights rushed up to a doctor and
told him a man down in the Drug store
was sick and lad a fit. The Doctor
marched off and the heavy weight wait
ed till be got a block or two when be
i,iwl-aStorj Doctor us only Fred. D.
L. ZET . CT O IEEE S O ZLST ,
t&"i)f po ite the Piattc V.iUey House, in SohlaterJ Jewelry Store.
lfXfiiii Street, I3:iitsuioutIi, TebraHliii
J ls .f
A M 1 1 1.1 .1; X- 1 1 S
xfo (Dijnr jfirst-thss
Wholesale and Retail Denier in Strings. Sheet Music, and alt Viudj of Musical Merci.-andU
SMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Tuned and Repaired Satiefjction Gurtrunted.G
S, BLOOM Sc CO.,
ZSmm gents' teli
RSHI i6 GOODS, .M9
BOYS AJVD CHILDREN'S CLOTUIjXO
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
fiLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E
ain Street- Seaond Door East t f the Court Ilouae
B RAN CI! HOUSE Lroad way, Coucncil Bluffs
MISSOURI TXLLEY LIFE
No. 70 DELAVARE STREET, 1EAVENWQRTH, KANSAS;
ALL POLICIES K0N-F0KFEITIiG
IMvitleiuls on the Contribution 11 an,
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to the Policy Holder
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY;
1st. This It a Western Company, managed by
ter, ability ana position. uBora ample guaranty
2d. Its Polices are all uon-1'orlVItinjr.
3d. Premium all csh. It receive no notes
to pay. ana no outstunaing notes us liens upon tneir policies.
4th. It has no restriction upon travel.
5th. Its dividends are made npon the contribution plan.
6th. Its business is excluseirly life insuranco.
are ine accumulation 01 interest npon premiums paid, bence the Company that loans its et
uuneu.gnert raieoi interest can give yon tbe largest uivi ienI. Eastern companies invest taei:
moneys at 6 Der cent., while this makes it in vii-iiiu hii. ui tvolin nr n-nt or mrn.
The advantage ol Western investments to the
ugures; xne tuuoum 01 si.ijuu, mveste'i lor ntty
6 per cent, compound
10 " "
2 " "
olicholder than any
H D Mackar. President,
D Al Swan, Vice-Pr.ident,
UrJ L Wever, A ed. U'tor,
D Sh're. Leavenworth. Kan,
J F Richards. " "
II K Uammond :
II D Mcckay, Leavenworth Kan.
I M hwan,
W O Collin,
Geo A Moore.
1 V -Vwers.
(i-;o L Ltavis, St. Louis. Mo
S M Strickler. J unction City
Ol tt. iilorgan "
Gen. Ageutfor Nebraska aud iVdUierii li.au jsi
Good Traveling Solictors Wanted.
J. W. MARSHALL, Agent,
E B LIVINGSTON, Med Examine
PLAT iS MOUTH BOOT AND SHOE
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Neb. Jaa 13aAwtf
In tiuke's Old Stand.
W 1 L L I A EVII S ST A D E L M A Fl SM ,
. "Lias on hand, ona of the largest stocks of
CL0THI?iC AND GEKTS'
3.1 invite every body in want of anything ia my line to call at my store,
South Side Jffain.Hetirecn 3d & 3d Streets.
And convinoe themselves of the fact- I have a a
stock of Fine clothing for Men and Boys;
"I a! Wp on hand a U'ge an 1 well Al-tad?ork f llf and Crti.
A N.D BOSTON.
Western tnen. whose known finananci.il charac
lor its carelul and successful management.
and g-ives none Policy holders hare no intere?"
policy holder appears in the following startling
interest, is $ IS. 420. 15
" " 117.:C.H5
" " S1H.d:h.OO
othernancial advantages and inducement to the'
S?? - -
George A Maore, Secretary, A Cilkins, General Agent,
J Jones, Ai-t't iejretary, W E lliirvey. Con. -ctuar,
U L iewman. Treasurer T A Ilurd, Attorney.
II L Newman Lea va orth
W E Cheuiberlain.
E B Allen.
C A "erry, Weston, Mo,
U W Veal. Topcka, Kaunas.
J M Price Athisou, Kan.
W KStebbins. "
i r r v ii rr 'r i
BOOTS AND SHOES-AT
done by P. MA .WELL,
Si' nidi En,
speci il'ty in my UAil Tapartmat e!ect
to which we invite thosa who want Uoods.
J. WiLtia, 1-rorl.wr R. II. SIcUnsilB Co., UrunUul
tt.iiu, Mn IrmneiK, Cm., mnd 34 Commerce wrxl.N. 'I
IllI.MONS Hear Testtiioiiy to tbelr
Wonderrul C'nl-ntiv- Effect.
They are not a vile Fnncy Drink, Made of Poer
nam, WhUkey, Proof Hplrits mid Krlusn
Liquors doctored, spiced nnd sweetened to please tho
la.tc. culled "Tonics," "Apiictizera. 'Itestorcrs."ic..
that lead the tippler on todruukemiesKandruiii.but are
a true Sfedicinc.niaile from tho Native Itoots and llerbi
of California, Tree from all Alcoholic Sllmu
Innt. Theyarothc(;itEAT III.OOII PI KI
FIEItnnd A LIFE (JIVIMi PRINCIPLE,
perfect Renovator and Inviorutur of ttie Systenu
tarrying off all poisonous matter and restoring thchlood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit
ters according tn directions and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other mentis, and the vital organs wasted
Lerond tho point of repair.
They are a Gentle 1'iirgntive a well as a
Touic, poscsni", also, the ecn!inr merit of acting
cm a j owci ful ornt in rrlievitia Congestion or Inflam?
mntion of the I.iver. and nil the Vim-era! Organs.
roil FEMALE C OMPLAINTS, inyonngor
old, niiirried orxinRlc, at tlicdawnof woninnhoott or at
Uie turn of life, these Tonic Bitters hare no equal.
For ludnitiiuntory niul Chronic Klicumn
llsin nnd (Join, lyspcpln or I ndigeMion,
ItilioiiM, Kcmiltont nnd I ntcrniillf nt Fe
vers, Dist-ascB oT the Itlooil, Liver, Kld
eej s and lilnddcr, tlieso Itinera have leen most
uceessful. Kucli Disrasrs are caused by Vilinted
lllood, which is generally produced by (icrangement
ot the Digrnlivc Organs.
PYSPEP.SIA Oil IN I) It, EST I OX, Iiead
tche, Pain ia the Shoulders, CoiirIis, Tightuess of tbe
tTiiest. Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
Bad Taste in the Mouth, llilious Attacks, Palpitation oi
Die Heart. Inflammation oT the l.unrs. Pain in tha re
gions of the Riduers, and a hundred o'.her painful symp
toms, aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Tber invigorate the Stomach andstimuluto the torpid
Liver and Bowels, which reoner them of unequalled
tfBca:r in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and im
parting new Iifs aud viyor to the whole system.
FOR WKIN DISEASES, Erupt ions. Tetter. Salt
Rbeum, Blotches, Spots, Piuiples, Pustules, Boils, Csr
ouneles, Rimr-Worms. Scald Head. Sore Eyes, Erysipe
Ms. Itch.urf. ItiiMolorntions of the kin. Humors and
Ltisoaies of tho !?kin. of whativr name or nnture. ate
hterallv linir up and rarried out of the system in a short
time by the use ol these Bitters. One bottle in such
eaju-s will convince tho most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiatd Blood whenever you 6ud its im
purities burstin? through the skin iu Pimples, Erup
tions or Eores; cleanse it when you Cod it obstructed
nd sliggisli in tho veins: clcanss it when it is foul,
tnd your feellDgs will tell you when. Keep tbe Mood
oure, and tbe health of the svBtcm will follow.
Pin, Tape, and oilier Worms, lurking in the
rystem of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a distineuished physiologist,
there is scarcely an individual upon the face of tbe
earth whose body is exempt from the prvsence of
worms. It is not upon tho healthy elements of the
body that worms exit. but upon the diseased humors
and slimy deposits that breed These livinir mounters of
disease. No yst.em of Medicine, uo vermifuges, no
anthelmintics will free the system from worms like
J. WALKS It, Proprietor. R. H. McDONAl.D CO.,
Druggists and Uen. Aeents. San Francisco. California,
and 3S and 34 Commerce Street, New York.
WSOL1) BY ALL DKLUGI8T3 AND DEAXJCRS.
Don't fait to prorvre Hrm Vinlovs'l Suothing
Sirup for Children Teething.
This valuable preparation has been used
witn .EVEti FAiLLNGSUCCE-SIN J1IOU
sAXDS Or v-'Ants.
It no oulv relieves the child from pain, fcu
inv eoratts the gtotu eh and bowels, eorrectr
acidity, nnd tcif s tone and enerry o the whob
-ystetn. It n iil uls' i gtantly relieve
Gripinj in the lljweli nnd "Wind Ctlcc.
We believe it the best and surest remedy in
thrt wnriil in all ca-ies of Pyscntcry and Ltinr
rhre-t in chib're .. wtiutber arriving from teeth
iug r anv o her cause
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
t-elief and Ifta'th to Your nunt.
Be sure and call for
"Mr . fViWoir's Sootning Syrup."
II;iving the f c-io.ile of "CURTIS Jfc PiSR
KlNii" on the outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout tho world, lo
3VL 3210. 1ST
FOIl 315' AM) nr.tsT,
Probablj few articles have ever had so
extensive a S;tL, while none have been
more universally beneficial than the elc
brated MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. C'hil.lren, Adults, Horses, and
Dotnttie Animtils, are alwaj-s liable to
accident, and it is safe to say, that no
firuily can pass a single season without
some kind of an cniol ient bein neces
sary. It becomes a matter of impor
tance then to secure the best.
Over three hundred livery stahlen in the city
of Sew York alone are using the Mexican Mus
tang Liniment, in all of which it gives unusual
C.l"TIOX. The genuine is wrnpned in a
fine Steel ltiUt eutrruvinir with "(J. W HVf-
br.,k- Chnnit." Binl " J'rf i il-'rl: MKXICAN
MUSTAAU LIMMh'AT," engraved across
the f-ice of each wrapper. The wtiole bears the
proprietor's priva'e Un ted Staies Revenue
Stamp, and not a common stamp as used by
1.TOS MANCPACTUBia uo .
iJ 1'aik i'laoe. Si. X.
Jan. 9th. ditw lw every 3rdw
C. ITEISlsL. Proprietor.IIaving recently been
repaired and il;tcel in thorouirh runninir order
lOO.OtlO Buehcla of Wheat wunt-vl immediately
or which the bighest market prin will be paid.
Lo.k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. ! Cures col io and rriring inl Pric
Whifcomb's the bowels, and f.icilitatesi
Syrup, .the rroce.s of teething. Cen.
ijubiues convulsions and Price
whitcomb s overcome all diseases lnci-
Syrup. den- to infxnts and chiidn n.
NiftS. I Cure Ui&rrhrca. Dvsente-
hicomb''rv and suinmurcotnpluiut
ayrup. icniiiren ol all ages.
It is the great Infants' and Childrcn'snSooth-
ing Remedy, in nil disorders brought on bv
teething or any other cause.
Prepared hv the (.ration Medicine Co St.
told by druggists and dealers in Me
CEDAR CREEK MILLS
Is in running order now.
bushels of Wheat. Satisfaction will be given
to customers m grinding ana sawing.
rlour. Corn meal, and Lumber, will be sold
Cheap for Cash.
Come one. Come all. and give the Ceda
Creek Mill a trial.
Abtrncts or Title.
M'HE NUMERICAL SYSTEM The beet in
ACKES, BLACKM.1R St CO.
I2tf Burlington, Iowa.
Conttntnhl gmlbing. Uos. 24, 2G -28Isssaa St. B g
J USTC LAWRENCE. President. J. P. ROGERS, Secretary.
Enterprising llcGnomicaf, JLWerah
Number Policies issued to Jan. 1. 1872 .
Number Policies issued aud revived in
ASSETTS, Jan. 1. 1872 ,
This Company is Purely Mutual ir it operations, dividing its entire "urplus among its Poli-
y holder, annuallv. on the "V ontrihution Phin." nnd has a larger business and a lower ratio of
xpense to 'ncome. than have ever been attained by any other Company at a Corresponding
i-rioit in its history.
Itg total Assets are sufficient to discharge a'l liabilies. imludin? re-insuranca. pay back all
Its slock cupi' al, and leave as a balance more th'in u MILLO - of earned surplus.
This Goixipanj- Issued lYIorc Polici js
IjST 1871 THAN
Any Oihei? Company in tlic IrUox!
S. A. TAYLOR & CO.,
janiodiwtf cneral Agents, for Icbra.ski,
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
L872, 1872 1872.
J RE AT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too. are going to
ISTE "W YORK STORE-
The best aid
STOCK OF DRESS
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly rcauced prices.
attention to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YA - 4S, BOOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and piises to suit our numerous customer. large stock of
TS AND CATS,
FUR N ITUR E,
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
OP ALL DRSCKIPTTONS AND AT ALL PB1CKS.
Metalic Burial Cases.
OP ALL SIZES.
Eeady Made, and Sold Cheap for Cash.
With many thanks for past patronage. It n
Ate all to call and examine my large stock o
niture and Coffins jan28t
MACHIN E SHOP!
Way man $ furtix.
Repairers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Gas and Pteam Fittings, Wrought Iron Pipe,
rurciuu a ul .rumps, leim uauges, aian
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Bras Engine Fittin s,
furnished on short notice,
KepaiJeJ or hort notioe. aug5
General Agent Dep't Northwest.
Union Central Life
Of Cincinnati Ohio,
J. H. PRES30N.
H. J. STREIGHT,
AND PAPER, DEALER.
lost OfUce ISiiildins-
Srt"t, 4 ilmbad w tf.
We call particular
T H E BEST
For Your Groceries Go To
C rner Third and Main Streets. Plattsmouth.
fSrlle keeps on hand a choice and
well selected Stock of
ic, 4c. ie.
"Also a good assortment of Boots JtShoes.-K
In Connection with the Grocery is a
Bakerv &. ConfeLtinnp.rv f
All k.inds of Country Produce bought and
T k e notice of the sign "EMPIRE BAKERY
mi is ivu icai. mayiowtt.
A Heavy Stock of Goods
Ifo Rent and No Interett on Borrowed Caoi-
at io c jaaa vjj viu,mtT 1 1
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN THE
North side Main between Second and Third its.
Takes pleasure in announcing to
Farmers and Mechanics,
That he has as large and well selected stock of
Dry 'ionds urocries. rrovitone. as were
ever brought to the city of Plattsmouth
It will e-st you noth'nr to look at them
wbe'her you boy or not- Bv examining the
nrindi af tha -OZ" RELIA BLE" on will hn
to tell when other parties try to swindle
A Xj 5?tnra,ns
S '.TU AGENT
Tfctr' . -
HALv-AUAY '6 PATENT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING FORCE
AND FARM PUMPS.
FEED MILLS, ETC.,
The Halladny M ill hn stood the test for fix
een year.', both in the United States and Ku
rope and is the only one
Generally adopted by all Principal Rail
roads and Farmers.
-Send for catalogue and price list,-
A. L. STRANG,
apl8wtf Lincoln Nebraska.
O. J?. JOHXSOX
WALL PAPER ! !
All Paper rrimmed free of
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions carefully compounded by anex
Remember the place, threedoors west of the
Herald othce: Plattsmouth. JNiebraska.
PURISSIMA ET OPTIMA.
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
conta n a ningle particle of Morcury, or any in
jurious mineral substance, but is
For forty ears it has proved its great vslue
In .11 J!usi.irl,.1i.., Dm). o,wl VlAw.-w.rn
'i housands of the good and great in all parts of
ine country voucn lor its wondertuj and pecu
liar powe' In purifying the blood, stimula ing
the t rpid 1 ver and bowels, and imparting
new life Hnd Vigorto the whole system. Sim
mons' Liver Regulator is acknowledged to have
tio equal as a
It contains four medical element., never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
pr- paration vix . a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful To ie. an un-eseeptionable Alterutive and
certain Corrective ofall im- untie of the bodv
Such signal Fuc(ess has attendel its use. that it
is now regarded a the
G BEAT UNFAILING SPECIFIO.
for Liver Complaint a d the painful offspring
thereof. t( -wit. DvsneDfia. Cot Rtii.ation.
Jaundice Bilious at arks Sick headache. Colic
JJeDression of tDirits. sour Stomnch. Heart
sum, Jcc ic.
Regula.e the liver and prevent,
CHILLS AND FEVER,
Prepared only by J. H ZEILrN k CO.
Druggists, Macon. Ga.
Send for a Circular) anil Arch utrmt.
Price $1; by mail Jbf Philadelphia Pa,
For Sale by J LJ BUTTERY,
jan4wly. Plattsmonth. Neb.
AHook for the TI illioi !
MARRlGe! A private counselor to the
CiUIOb.. Married or those about to mar
rv on the Dh vsiolorical m v t pr
ies ana revelations ot the sexual system, the
latest cicsoveries in nrodncinaand nreventine
ouMprmg. now to prcerve the complexion c.
Thi is an interesting work of two hundred
and twci.ty-four pnges, with numcous engrav
ings, and contains valuable intormati m for
those who are married, or contemplate mar
riage. Still, it is a book that ought to be kept
under lock and key. and not laid carelessly
about the house.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for 50 cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, No. 12 N
Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who
advertise in public papers, or using any quack
remedies, peruse Dr. Butts' work no matter
what your deseaae is or how deplorable yonr
lr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by
mail, on the diseases mentioned in his works,
"tlire. No. 12 N. Eighth street, between Market
"ndChesnut. St, Louis, Mo. decl'dawly
FOIt SALE BY THE
Burlington & Mo. R. R. R. Co.
On Ten Years' Credit at 6 per ct. Interest
No part of principal due for tw yean, and
thence only one-ninth yearly till paid in full.
PRODI CT-S will i,ay for laud and imDrova-
mentn within the limit of this generous cred t.
--Uetter term were never ottered, are not
now. anil nroKab y never will be.
C1KCLLAR3 giving full particulars are sup
Apply to Geo. S. Uabhi3. Land Comm'r.
617 St. Charles Street.
r onger located in St Louis than any Chron
kj ic f bysicia' . -o successfully treats Simple
hiiu Vj ujpiicaiea v euereui i)ier. u ui nnni
i .jfr. ii.-.
patients trom every state, iiis hospital op-
"Drtunities. a lilr lime experience, with Dur-
est drugs prepared in the wtablii hinent. furt
cases given up by other, no mutu-r who (ail
ed : tell yoi r private troubles. 'onsultation
tree, frenci two stamps tor medaoai ei-aiys.
MaMHOon. WouikH )o. seiv b
oiail. 15 cents each, both for 25 eta. 100 oarm
! All that the enrious. doobtlul or icaui'it t i
(wish io know all nKont Self-pollution Preven
lion. Marriage Kverv vanni man and
man ought to rea-1 it as a warning The nux-l
vuui u:utnubbou ur DarLiaii7 lmnouDE
ioientioally advled.wn de24
IOWA & "NEBRASKA LANDS
FOR SAXE BT TflE
Dirrlington & Mo. Rhror K R. Co.
- MlLtlOSS OF ACHES
On Ten Years' Credit at Cpcrct. Interc3t
No uart of principal due for two years, and
thence onlv one-ninth yearly till pnid in fu'l.
I'KODIXTS wiil pay for land and improve
ment withiu the limit of this g-rierou. creiit.
tjubctter lern-.s were never offered, ara not
now. ard prohnbly nevnr will be.
Ul Ktt i A rw giving pill p tnicu:rs are sup
died gratis; any wishing to induce others to ein ,
lgrate wi h thui. or to t.irm a colony, are Invit
ed to usk tor all they want to distribute.
Apply to GEO. S. HARRIS. Land Comm'r.
For fowa Lands, at Burlington, Iowa,
Ani tor Nebraska Lands, at Lincoln Neb.
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To the East North and
STATIONS. ixVaisa MAIL-
Leave Plattsmouth, S 40p.m. 6.00 a.m.
Arrive Bu lington 5.00 a- m. 8,40p.m.
" Mendota P1.15 m. .3.22 a. m.
" Chicngo(C.B.lQ.) 3.15 p.m. 7.00 a. m
" Peoria.. " fi.00 a. m. 12.00 a.m.
Ind'plisU.B.rf-W. 6;45p. m. 10) a. tn.
" Cincinnati " 9.50 p. in, - 4.00 p. m.
" Loganfp't T.PAW 5.55 p. m. 9.20 a. m.
"Columbus " 2.5a. m. 6.20 p.m.
fi-Through Cars from Missouri River to Chi
cago. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Logansport and
Connections at those points with linos lead
ing to the East North and South.
This is the Beit, Short tit, (Juicknt and Chmp
Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets via
tbe JJurhng'on and mssouli Hirer Kail road.
E. PrRKI vS.
Gen'l Ticket Agent.
And dealer In all kinds of
Furniture & Chairs.
mis BTiitr, (third door east of P 0
Plattsmouth - - - Neb,
Repairing and Varnishing neatly none.
Funerals attended on the shortest notice.
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A grand chance-to obtain
choice building- lots, at pri
ces and terms to suit the
I am now offering to sell lots ia mj
Each, from one third to one-half down
and tbe balance payable in six, nine and
twelve month, according to the value
of the lots, with ten per cent interest.
SA discount often per cent will bo
made for cah.
This is certainly one of the finest
chances ever offered in Plattsmouth to
parties of limited means, to secure a
piece of ground upon which to erect a
My lots are beautifully cituated and
nearly all are covered with a fine growth
of young forest trees.
Come and look at them. No charge
made for showing.
July 5th 1872. I0d2wl4wtf
JYJ. B. MURPHY,
Manucturer of ""
AND DEALER IN U
Uarntss, SabMcs, griblrs,
Blankets, Bribhes, &c.
Promptly Executed. AH work Warranted
"FINE HARNESS A SPECIALITY.
Nov. 30.wtf Plattsmouth, Neb
S. T. 1860-X.
This wonderful Tegetable restorative
is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and de
bilitated. As a tonic and cordial lor thw
aged and languid it baa no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women are es
pecially subject, it ia superseding ever
other stimulant. In all climate?, tropi
cal, temperate or frigid, it acts ax a
specific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal spirits.
Dec. 26. dAw lyr.
HAGAN'S MAGNOOIA BALM gives to the Cem.
plexien the Freshness ef Youth.
Uaoax'a mackoua Balm overcomes the
flushed ippearance caused by heat, fatigue and
excitement. It makes the lady of forty appear
but twenty, and so natural and perfect that ao
person can detect iu application. By iu use
tho roughest rkin is made to rival the par
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It removes
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
nothing that will injure the skin the least.
Magnolia Balm is used by all fashionabU
lidiea in New York. London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per Bottle, and is sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
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