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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1872)
From it personal inspection we are pre
rin to State that woik on our Fa!r
ground is jroing on. finely. A large
t'niM;ri, to contain perishable article-,
od exhibition, id being put up a very
cprnffWaMe : little" "office to hold the
rreenhaitkH and things. Stalls for the
Hfe stock, and a track for the equine
podiistM, are all Leing pushed forwarJ
with rkill and judgement.
The-fill term of the "Plattstnouth
Acadeui.v," of Prof. d'AHeuiand will
eon; im nee on the first of October. We
" fcdvise all who yrhh their children to
lisve the best of instruction, to patron
ize fhid school.
Two new houses goian up on Park
Hill, Mr. Shea's and Mr. Robt. Smith's.
VThc says Plattbinouth is not on the im
prove. J op. Buttery has a jar full of the finest
readies we ever saw, raised iu Xe
nra.a. Mr. Pottenger showed u a peach that
rreasured eight and one-half inches.
The op' oiition say we have all the
corruption, and all the offices, and all
t!ie money and Ed. B. adds 1'role has
1 1:0 baby. ;
Frank Stadter presented ua with a fine
portrait of Uncle Horace, signed
"What I know about Vinegar Bitters."
It resembles the oldrgentleman consid
erably, if not more. Frank says it also
resembles a man he knew in Poland in
fact his uncle, whose name was 6'cchhh
lniighibbrroowccchhhiiggrikrrrgbgjijiski. The most remarkable thing about this
t'ietnre, however, is the motto on the
Vorder, which say?, "Everybody knows
Horace Greeley has always been by pen,
rrecept and example, a preat advocate
t temperance, and that he is entirely
free from the use of alcohol or tobacco
in any form."
How is that, 'Germans? It does not
pay Frank knows, or that the editor of
this paper knows, but that everybody
knows this. How will he go down for
rn anti-temperance candidate t How
be f-upported by a party that held a con
rentioujand declared they would not
fjpport men of known temperance pro
A big excursion passed over the B. &
M. JL R. Sept. 19th, Lincolnwards.
They were on a visit to ece the folks and
get some Nebraska peaches.
Our Liberal friends are not satisfied
with votes taken on board of railroad
trains, here is a vote taken among far
mers at a threshing machine. There
were twelve men present. Vote 10
Grant, 2 Greeley. How's that for high 1
Miller, Hendricks & Co., shipped four
ear loads of hog?, September 18th, that
averaged !69 lbs. one of the finest lets
ever shipped from this point,
A new grammar of the English lan
frnage, with dictionary, glossary and en
cyclopedia attached, will soon be issued
by the Great American Lexicographer,
at the "Peihaps" office.
Mr. James Clizbe informs us that
lie runs a hack between Plattsmouth and
Weeping Water, daily, and will carry
passengers the round trip fur two dollars,
one dollar each way. This affords a
much cheaper way of reaching Weeping
Water than has been available hitherto.
The Mills County Chronicle says, one
"Patsy" Faulbabar, who used to drive
a "go'long" peddlar wagon has scooted
with $4.00 of Mr. Darlin's money. He
is ihort, heavy set, lots of gab, a Gcr
ujan "6 years old, light hair, thick
moustache and his soul keeps marching
S. S. Billings, E.sq., leaves on our
table some very fine specimens of peach:
es and apples raised on his grounds
fouth of the city of Plattsmouth, and
we desire once more to Lear record that
Nebrask a can raise peaches. The apples
are very fine, and but few years can
elapse before oar State will bejknown
abroad as the great fruit State of the
The grain comes in lively and the new
Kales and the old scales seem likely to
get on a scale and go scaling around on
a scale that's rather scaly generally.
Plattsmouth, Sept 20, 1872.
Editor Herald : ricking up the
Watchman, yesterday, and reading the
editorial remarks made on the joint dis
cussion, I was astonished at the bare
faced impudence of the editor of that
Now, sir, I was present, from the be
ginning of the di cushion to the end,
and although an ardent supporter of
Greeley & Brown, yet sir, if our cause
has to be bolstered up by such misstate
ments as I read in the Watchman yes
terday evening, yon may count me and
two others that I know of) out,
The statement made that Mr. Crounse
was hissed off the stage, is not true in
any shape or form, and tha calm, gentle
manly, dignified conduct of the Judge,
contrasted quite favorably with the an
tics of the disabled (?) pensioner.
I am satisfied, sir. that a few more
iuch meetings as we had the other even
ing, would annihilate the Greeley party
AlthoHfh not courting publioitr, yet if
yoa geercperyoutan-inseTt this.
FredejifJ Otz, Veterinary Sergio.
Can-be focd t JokuBbarmoo's stable.
Knows b nsicss anil attends to it.
Give Biro os4l - 70d&wtf
II. Ilobinsou's lime kiln is now in ore,
raf icu, and all persons desiring fime can
Mgrniog GIaty Base-burner, for hard
-oal fire sfzes, at K. T. Dltte &Co.'e.
Don't tit to p'orrure ilrm Winifotr'f Soothing
trvj for Children Teething.
This valuable preparation h" heen ued
witn MEVEtt AILING SUCCE SIN IHOU
dAND.t OK CASES.
It not only relieve the child from pain, Vut
invigorates the stom-ch and howi-Is. corrects
acidify, nl gri v- toue un.i energy to the whole
system. Itwi.lalso ilntly relievo
Orijiina in ihi K'txedt and Wind Oj Ice.
We believe itlhe bust and surest reined? in
the world, in all case of iysitry aud Diar
rhoea in children, whether arriving from teeth
ing or any o. her caue.
Depend upon it mother, it will give rent to
Jielief and Jlra'th to Your tnfanU.
lie sure and call for
"Hr, Winnluw't Soohting Syrup."
Having the f .c-ioiile of ''CURTIS & PER
KINS cn the outside rai-per.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. 10
University of Nebraska
Cf The next term of the University will open
SEPTEMBER 12TII. 1372.
A fall Corps of Professors is provided. T f
Apparatus. Library and Cabinet are
new and couip'ele. The
Vill open this fall. Tuition free, and books at
For further information send for a cata
logue. Rooms for self boarding furnidhed at email
coat to the ituuent.
A. R. BENTON, Chancellor.
n43 diw-20 w 2m Lincoln. Neb
Buying Your Grben-house and
DON'T send Kast for Plants when you can
get just as Rood for leys money nearer
home. To my numerous friends and patrons I
would fay that I have the largest and bent
stock of plants ever offered for sale in toe went
and iropoi to sell them at reasonable prices.
Be sure anU send for my
New Descriptive Catalogue.
which will be sent free to all who apply for it
Then give nie your orders, and I feel confident
I can satisfy you.
Address. W. J. HESSER.
Feb. 13 diw Plattsmouth. Nob.
For Preserving and Beautifying tbe Human Hair
To Prevent its Tailing Oat and Turning Gray.
A well-preserved Head of Hair, in a person of
middle age, at once bespeaks refinement, ele
gance, health and beauty. It may truly be
called Woman's Crowning Glory, while men
are not insensible to its advantages and charms.
Few things are more disgusting than thin,
frizzly, harsh, untamed Hair, with head and
coat cevered with Dandruff. Visit a barber
and you feel and look like a new man. This is
what LTOVS KATHAIRON will do all the
time. The charm which lies ia well placed
Hair, Glossy Curls. Luxuriant Tresses, and a
Clean Head, is noticeable and irrefutable.
Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw every 3w
J. R. CLARK.
Save money by paying Cash for your
CLARK & PLUMMER'S.
JSTAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
Also a fall stock of
GROCERIES, EOOTS and SHOES.
HATS and CATS.
We buy largely fur Ca.su and sell
cheap for the mo.vkt.
(Store Opposite the Brooks House),
flatlsmouth, JYt b.
H. J. STBEIGHT,
AND PA PER DEALER.
Post Office Building.
eSept t. d JAlmbaud w tf.
D. SCHNASSK & CO.,
- -j- .
Still ketps on Land a largo assortment
of the best goods
IN THE MAUK.E T
atd liu-j ill net ie undersold.
i Has jut returned froru the East with a
new stock ot the
I 1TEST STYLES,
I ApJ Le inform! us that it Isthefr mtentfun, u
j sell their GO0X9 at Omaha "price and
in fact &low us taey can be
purchased East in the
Xj. IrJ1. uOHisrsoiT,
l-Oppote the Platte Valley House, in ScMater's Jewelry Str.a
Main Street, Plnttsniouth, Xebrawka
G. A. MILLER & CO'SJ
bolesale and Retail Dealer in String. he t
-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Tvned
S, BLOOM & CO..
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Main Street. Second Door East-of the Court House
BRANCH HOUSE Broad way.Concncil Bluffs Iowa.
PLAT I SLiGUTH BOOT AND I
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES AT
Reoairinq neatly done by P. MAXWELL,
Tain Street, Plattsmouth, Neb. jiWwtf
In Duke's Old Stand.
MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITING
IMvidemlfti on the Contribution Plan,
Securing: the Greatest Pecuniary Advantage to tbe Policy Holders
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
int. This It a W est era Company, managed b?
ter. ability and position, afford ample guaranty for
2d. It Polices are all non-iorieitin
3d. Premium all chmCi. It receives no notes
to pay. and no outstanding notes us liens upon their policies.
4th. It ha no restriction upon travel.
&tb. Its dividends are made upon the contribution plan.
6th. Itf business is excluseivly life insurance.
Are the accumulation of interest upon premiums paid, hence the Company that loans its asxetc
at the highest rate of interest can give you the large t dividends. Eastern companies invest their
moneys at 6 percent., while this makes its investment at twelve per cent, or more.
The advantage of Western investments to the policy holder appears in tho following startling
figures: The amount of 1.00(1, invested for fifty years at
6 percent, compound interest, i $ IS, 420.15
8 ..... 46,yH.st
10 " " " " 117.360.85
12 " " " " 318.068.00
olicholdcr tbnn any othernnncial advantages and inducements to the
H P Mackav. President.
D M Swan, V ic-Pr3ident,
r. J.L Vt-. Me J. D'to;.
Oorge A Moore, Secretary.
J Jones, A.'s't Secretary,
II L Newman. Treasurer
D Sh're, Leavenworth. Kan, II D Meckay, Leavenworth Kan. H L Newman Lea Ta Torth
.1 V Richards. " " I) M Swan.
H R Uammond ' " AV Coftin.
H Edgertoa " Geo A Moore,
T.i..- Carnev. " " I) VV Fcwers,
S M Sirickler. Junction City Geo L Davis, St. Louts. Mo
Chaa Robinson. Lawrance. J Merritt,
W.iladley. " fcE Hasting.
M K Morgan
.1. B. COVtfJLT,
fieu. Agent for Nebraska and Northern Kansaa
Good Traveling Solicitors Wanted.
R. W. MARSHALL, Agent.
J. B LIVINGSTON. Med Examine
W I L L I A EVI ST A DEL M A S! SM ,
lias on hand, ooo of the largest stocks of ,
CL0THINC AND GEKTSr FURNISHING GOODS, FOR
SPRING AND SUMMER,
invite cVory body in wjmt of unj thing in toy line to call at my store.
&mili Side Juin, lSetrn 2il & 3tl Streets.
And eonvinoe tUemselvm of the fact- I hare as a speciality In ny Retail Department a 'ee'ect
etouk of ia Clothiog lor Men and Hoys; to which we invite those vho want Goods.
"TrNo k'e? o- bJnd n larfrand well selfrtod
A N D BOSTO N. :
Mufie, and all k nJs of Musical MerchandUa
and UtV"redSatiactiou O'narantred.'itX
S. BLCOM Sl Cnl??
CH1L D IiEJ S C L O 71 J l.XU
Western men. whose known flnananci.il eharc-
iu careful and succesful management.
Poller holders have no interes
and ttives none
IT A Calkins, Ueneral Agent,
W 13 Harvey, Con. Aetuarj,
T A Uurd. Attorney.
W E Chemberlain.
T A Hurd.
K li Alien,
C A Verry, Weston. Mo,
G W Veal. Topeka, Kansas.
J M Price Atchicon, Kan.
W K Stebbins. "
sfoek of IlatsTaud Caps.
J. WLKiK, Proprietor. R. H. McDmiti Co., IrsnraJ
Gn. Acbu, Su Frtncltca, Cal., "d M Conuiwrca wm. S.M
MILLIONS Bear TeitBoy to theli
Wonderral Cnfativt Eflccts.
They are not a vile Fancy Drink, Made of Faa
Ram, Whisker, Praof Spirits and Kefu
I.iqnors doctored, spiced and sweetened to please tha
Uate, called "Tonics," AppeUaera," " Restore r,"lia,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Boots and Ilcrbt
of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimu
Innta. They are the GREAT BLOOD PURI
FIEItnnd A LIFE GIVING 1'RIXCIl'LE,
k perfect Renovator and Invigorator ot the System,
tarrying oH all poisonous matter and restoring theblood
to a hcaltiy condition. Ko person can take these Bit
ters according to directions and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and the vital organa wasted
beyond tho point of repair.
They are a Gentle Pnrgntlve na well mi
Tonic, posMsuing, also, the peculiar merit of acting
oa a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflanv
tnation of the IJvcr. and all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in younger
dd, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood or at
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters have no equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Ithenma
Hani and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent ro
vers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys and Bladder, these Bitters have beenmost
succesHful. Such Diseases are cansed by Vitiated
Blood, which Is generally produocd by derangement
ot the Digestive Orinua.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Dead
che. Pain la the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightne or the
Chest, Dlulnesa, 8our .Eructations of the Stomach.
Bad Taste In the Mouth. Bilioos Attacks, Palpitation et
the Heart, InBammation of the Lungs, Pain in the ra
tions of the Kidneys, aud a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offspring of Dyspepsia.
Tbey invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the torrid
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
tfBcacr in cleansing the blood of all impurities, and in
parting now life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions. Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches. Spot, Pimples. Pustules, Boils, Car
snncles, Ring-Worms. Eeald itead. Sore Eres, JSrrRlpe
jsa. Itch. Scurfs. Discoloration of the Skin. Humors and
Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are
literallv dug up and carried out of the srstero in a short
time by tbe use ot these Bitters. One bottle in such
eases will convince tbe most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you DdJ its im
purities bursting through the skin la Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores ; cleanse it when you Gnd it obstructed
and sluggish in tbe veins; cleanse it when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the Mood
sure, and tbe health of tbe srstem will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking In the
lystem of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Ears a distinguished physiologist,
there is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of
worms. It is not upon tbe healthy elements of the
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
and alimr deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No 8rtem of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmintics will free tbe system from worms like
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. Mo DONALD & CO,
Druggists and Uen. Agents. San Francesco. California,
and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, New York.
17 SOLD BY ALL DBUUGI3TS AND DEALERS.
A C AD E I J!
Summer Tel J
Commences July 1st 872.
Chicago Avenue, Plattsmouth, Cass county,
I'rof. Adolphe d'AIIemand, Proprietor
I will furnish parties with stone fo
all building purposes at a reasonable price, at
my quarries cr delivered on the cars at Louis
ville station. The following kind of stone can
be had on short notice; sills, caps, perch rock
ine or rod sand stone such as waa used by the
B. & M. R, R. in the construction of their stone
work. All responsible orders, promptly filled
J. T. A. nOOVER.
Louisville Station, Neb.
Lock to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. t Cures eplie and pripinsr in Pric
Whitcomb's tho bowels, and fxnilitates ltd
Syrup. Ithe process of teething. Cents.
MRS. I Subdues convulsions and Price
Whitcomb's overcomes all diseases inci- 2
Syrup, jdent to infants and children. Cents.
MRS. j Cures Diarrhoea. Dysente- Price
Vhitcomb's ry and sutnraercoinplaint 25
Syrup. children of all ages. Cents.
It is the sreat Infants' and Childrcn'snSooth
in? Remedy, in all disorders brought on by
teething or any other cause.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Sold by druggists and dealers in Me
Book for the Million !
MARRIAGEII A private connselor to the
GUIDE. Married or those about to m ar
il ry on the physiological myster
ies and revelations of the aoxu&l system, the
latest dicsoveries in producing and nreventing
offspring, how to preserve the complexion ic.
This is an interesting work of two hundred
. and twenty-four pages, with numerous engrav
ings, and contains valuable information for
those who are married, or contemplate mar
riage, fctiii, it i a book tnat ougnt to be kept
unaer iock ana Koy. ana not lata carelessly
about the house.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for W cents.
Address lr. Butts' I)ipensary, No. VI N
Lighth street, St. Louis', Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who
advertise in public paper?, or UHine any quack
remedies, peruse Dr. Butts' work no matter
what your desease is cr. now deplorable your
Lr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by
mail, on the disease mentioned in his works.
Office. So. 12 N. Kighth street, between Market
ndChenut. St. Louis. Mo. dec2dwlv
NEW DRUG STORE,
WEEPING WATER, NEB.
DEALER in Drugs, Medicines. Paints. Oils.
arnisb. Perfumery. Stationary, Notion.
Cigars and Tobaoco wl6tf
The Undersigned has on hand and is
All kinds of
At his Mills at the Ferry Landing at Platt&moatb
Orders Promptly Filled.!
, William Edcsbtob.
E. DUKE & CO.
Jl'J FOOT OF JL1LY ST RE El
Wholesale ic Retail Dealers in
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
RON. STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, ic.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
L O Y A L C O OK
And Other First-Class Cooking
cf All kinds
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WOUK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
The CI cap est,
F. Jn MBTTBER.
Will be found at his old stand on Main SU
where he will be pleased to see his for
mer customers and friends.
e has a larjte and good assortment of farm
machinery such as the
'fhe Mar.h harvester, a reaper that two un .
X can cut and bind ten acres per day Wi.-.
one man to drive, and the binder can wort i j
MilbornRnd Studenbaker "Wagons. Ti3m
pion Reaper A Move' Massillon Thrash
er, an J lluflalo Pit thrasher, and Excelsior
Reaper and Mower Ac,.-
P. J. METTEKR.
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Xeb.
L. S. Blair, Traveling Ajent,
Feb. 29 wtf.
CEDAR CREEK MILLS
Is In running order now.
bushels of Wheat. Satisfaction will be given
to customers in grinding and sawing.
Flour, Corn meal, and Lumber, will be sold
Cheap for Cash.
Cotne one. Come all. and give the Ceda
Creek Mill a trial.
The Preparatory Department,
Reir. U. B Perr.
(Recently of Yale College.)
September 3d, 1872.
Board and Tuition at low rates. Apply
GaaluTjTaTirTTtunKS. vvroUKtit iron fipe
Force and Tift Pumps, bteaui Gauge. alan"
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings,
furnished on short notice,
:f ARMING MACHINERY
RepaUel on short notice. "
DOCTOR .WI2ITTIE It,
617 St. Charles Street.
T ovzer located in St- Louis than any Chron
1 i ic Pbvaician. so successfully treats Simple;
and Ccmplicated V enereal Disease as ta bring.
nattent trom every btate. liis nospital op
onrtunities. a life-time experience, with pur
est druars DreDared in the establishment, cures
, 1 j . . i
cases given up uy outers, no maiicr wuo lait-
ed : tell your private troubles, consultation
free. Send two stamps for medical esiays.
JUkbood, Y eiiAKHooD, sent r
mail. 15 cents each, both for 25 cts. 100 pages.
All that the curious, doubtful or inaui.-it:V'
wish to know all about Self-oollution Preven
tion. Marriage. Every young man and wo
man ought to read it as a warning lbe ner
vous debilitated or partially impotent em
scienticaily advised.wn d cciid
A ISTARLISHED IN 1S61.
.SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
GOLD PENS SPCTACLE3.
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
Watcher, Clocks and Jewelry repaired neatly
OJl with dispatch.
VHemoil to opposite Flatte Valley TInnsc
Mten Street. nov. 10 wt
Also for CAMPAIGN GOODS. Address.
GOODSPEED'S EMPIRE PCBLISBLNO
Chicago. Cincinnati. E Louis, New Orleans,
crXaw York. 22wlow
A G N T S.
S10 to S20 rer day Guaranteed.
Suecimons and full particulars free.
Address oods jiteb ary ani art
Aoenct. Nowburrh; ff. Y.
vv mQ' .
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING FORCE
AND FARM PUMPS,
FEED r.tlLLS, ETC.,
The Ilalladay Mill hs stood tho test for sir
teen year?, both in the United Suites and Eu
rope and is the o nly one
Generally adopted by all Principal Rail
roads and Farmers.
"Send for catalogue and price li.i,.rv
A. L. STRANG.
aplSwtf Lincoln Nebraska.
O. IF. TOIENSOIV
WAS! PAPER I !
H i M Si III f lliilil ' T''
All Paper rrimmed free of
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions carefully compounded by anex
Remember the place, threedoors west of the
Herald office: Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
This unrivalled Medicine ia warranted not to
conta n a "ingle particle of Mercury, or any in
jurious mineral substance, but is
For furty years it has proved its great value
in all diseaxes of the Liver. Bowls, and Kidneys
'J bousands of the good and great in all parts of
the country vouch for its wonderful and pecu-
liirDOwer In Durilvine tbe blood, stimulating
Irpia I ver ana Dowels, ana imparting
ife and iiror to the whole system, riui-
' Liver Regulator is acknowledged to have
ual as a
mtains four medical element... never unl
S the same happy proportion in any other
ration viz s a gentle Cnthartie. a wonder
,nie xn lin-ereentinnaljle Alterative and
sin Corrective of all imi'iiriiie of the body
signal success has attended its use, that it
t reparded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC.
iver Complaint and the painful offspring
iof, t.-wit. Dyspepsia, Constipation,
dice. Hilinus nt'a ks Sick headache. Colic
resion of Spirits. Sour Stomacn. Heart
n. .te. Ac.
Kegu)a:ethc liver and prevent.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Prepared only by J. II. ZEILIN A CO.
Druggists. Macon, Ga.
Send for a Circular) and 329 Arch street.
Price 1; by mail l.i'o J Philadelphia Pa,
For Sale by I U RMTTPRV
sbm B y
janlwly. PlatUnioutb. Neb,
LOUNGES, SAFES, TABLES,
OF ALL DBSCBirilOXS l.fD AT ALL rKIOKS.
Metalic Burial Cases.
OP ALL. SIZES.
Ready Made, and Sold Cheap for Caeh.
ATith many thanks for p ist patronags, II n
ite all to call and examine my large stock o
niture and Coffins jan28t
M. B. MURPHY,
Manufacturer of i
AND DEALER I
harness, Sablts grifclts,
Blankets, Brushes. &c.
Promptly Executed. JU1 work 'Warranted
2-FiNE HARNESS A SFCIAL!TY.-C f
No?. oO.wtf Plattsmouth, Neb i 19
To the East North and Southeast.
STATIONS. , MAIL.
Leave Plattsmouth, 2 81p.m. C..'.0 a. m.
Arrive Bu lington 7.j0 a- m. 10..r0p. mw
" . vendota HJ.r a- hi. 3.23 a. na.
" Chicago(C.B.AQ ) 3.15 p.m. 7.00 a. ta
" Peoria. " 9.00 a. nj. i:W. in,
" Ind'r.lisrfl.B.rf.-W. C;l.' p. in. 9 i"i a. rk
" Cincinnati " 11.00 p. m, 4.15 p. m.
" Logansp't'.T.PAW 5.55 p.m. 6.20 a. uc
" Columbus M 2.45 a. in. 5.30 p, wv
-Throuph Cars from Missouri River to Chl
ca(ro. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Logansport and
Connections at those points with lines lead
ins; to the East. North and South.
This i the Bert, Shortest, Quicken and Cheirr
Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets Tla
the Bnrlineton and Jiissouii River Railroad.
A. E. TOUZALIN. ' C K.PMtKIM.
Gen'I licket Agent. Oen'l Supl
I . ., . - .11 ' - II I I. .1 - ,
Thos. W. Shryock,
And dealer in all kinds of
JPtiriiiture & Chnlrs.
nit btbiet, (third door cost of P 0
Plattsmouth - - - Meb,
"Repairing and Varnishing neatly none.
Funerals attended on the shortest notice.
A grand chance to olitalk
choice building- lots, at pri
ces and terms to suit the
I am now offering to coll lots ia m
$30 to $C6
Each, from one third to one-half down
and the balance payable in mx, nine and
twelve months, according to tho valna
of the lots, with ten per cent intemL
IfcirA discount of ten per cent will be
made for cash.
This is certainly one of the finest
chances ever offered in Plattsmouth to
parties of limited means, to eecare
piece of ground upon which to ereet a
My lots are beautifully pituated and
nearly all are covered with a fine growth
of young forest trees.
Come and look at thorn. Ho charge
made for showing.
Julv 5th 1S72. 10dlwl4wtf
T H E BB S T
For Your Groceries Go To
Jb It. GUTHMAms
Corner Third and Main Street. PlatUmooth.
jC3JIo keeps ou hand a choice anJ
well Hclected Stock of
ia.. -da, k.
ttf.WPO a good assortment of Eoota JcShoea."
Id Connection with the Grocery i a
Bakery & Confectionery 1
-All kinds of Country Produce bought an
Take notlceof the sign "EMPIRE BAKTERT
AM) OKUU KL mayiewtL
Weeping Vater, Nebraska.
U0RT0N k JENK8.
HATS. CAI'8 BOOTS.
8Q0E?. K0TIOS8. Sat
We are Agents for
Willccx & Gib!3 Sewing Michlot
B Cr. Hoover,
rKeein comUbUt n hand I1 Upl artio!
Boots and Shoes, &c,
In faet every thing "usually kept 1? a Vaiwely
htore. which will be oM on fajall. profit for
Cash, .All kiai ulFtitou take in exlBac
ff c.od ana
ji?Vet M'.cket Trie gireaiO catK
- w faT Graio
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